Good cop, bad cop: How GOP negotiators handled debt ceiling talks

  (Washington Examiner) : As debt ceiling talks stalled between the four leaders in Congress and President Joe Biden, Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) traveled to the White House to meet with the president one-on-one. ..

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San Francisco unveils jaw-dropping $900 monthly rent for tiny 4-foot pods amid housing crisis

Brownstone Shared Housing is the brains behind a creative "solution" to San Francisco's overpriced housing market: communal living pods.

Aerosmith Postpones Farewell Tour After Steven Tyler Fractures Larynx

The frontman’s vocal injury is worse than initially thought, the band said in a statement, announcing that the shows would be delayed until 2024.

Flying Scotsman: Two people injured after Flying Scotsman involved in crash days before Yorkshire visit

Two people have been injured following a crash involving the historic Flying Scotsman locomotive, just days before it is due to visit Yorkshire.

Her bikini model mom won the trophy on Dancing With the Stars, her dad was on Baywatch, and there is a Kardashian connection. Who is she?

Her mother is a pinup beauty who models bikinis - she has also been a TV host, cover girl and actress. Her dad was in TV and movies.

Former Rep. Jane Harman on Sen. Dianne Feinstein's trailblazing legacy

NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with former Congresswoman Jane Harman, who was a longtime friend and colleague to Diane Feinstein, about the late senator's life and legacy.

Fascist 'active clubs' revealed to be building secret street militia: 'Who the Proud Boys wanted to be'

In the wake of prosecutions that decimated the former leadership of extremist groups like the Oath Keepers and the Proud Boys, white nationalist “Active Clubs” are growing, Rolling Stone reported. “The Active Clubs are who the Proud

Paige Spiranac left gutted as she wakes up to see Team USA's Ryder Cup horror show

Golf sensation and Team USA fan Paige Spiranac was absolutely devastated to wake up to Team Europe taking a 4-0 first session lead at the Ryder Cup in Rome

Scott Hall, bail bondsman charged alongside Trump in Georgia, becomes the first defendant to take a plea deal

ATLANTA — A bail bondsman charged alongside former President Donald Trump and 17 others has become the first defendant in the Georgia election interference case to accept a plea deal with prosecutors. Scott Hall pleaded guilty in

Hamilton 5 Annan 0: Clinical Accies go clear of Falkirk with five-star show

It was another victory for John Rankin's men in League One

Myth busted: Doctor reveals what really happens if you swallow gum

He’s a real gumshoe. An Oxford doc is addressing the “old wives' tale” that says that if you swallow a piece of gum, it stays stuck in your stomach for seven years.

The UK remains committed to the universal vision for economic, environmental, and social development of Agenda 2030: UK statement at the UN General Assembly

Explanation of vote by Tom Woodroffe, UK Ambassador to the ECOSOC, at the UN General Assembly meeting on SDG Summit Political Declaration.

Death of 1-year-old boy at drug-riddled Bronx day care ruled homicide by fentanyl overdose: officials

Little Nicholas Dominici was inside the Divino Niño Daycare in Kingsbridge on Sept. 15 when he died of acute fentanyl intoxication, the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner ruled Friday.

Donald Trump's business empire at risk following fraud ruling

Legal experts say it's unclear what a judge's fraud ruling will mean for Donald Trump's business empire but they agree he faces grave financial and legal peril.

Lead negotiator for 2009 auto bailout weighs in on strike

Steven Rattner, who led the Obama administration's restructuring of the auto industry in 2009, weighs in on the current strike against the big three automakers.

Celtic fired 'complete' Lazio warning as AC Milan coach tells Hoops where Champions League Achilles heel lies

Celtic face off with the side they beat twice in the Europa League group stage under Neil Lennon.

British man, 31, hauled in front of Irish court on drug trafficking offences after commando raid on cartel 'mothership' seized £139 MILLION of cocaine destined for European shores

Two men have appeared in an Irish court after being charged in connection with the seizure of almost 160 million euro (£139 million) of cocaine on a bulk cargo ship off the coast of Ireland.

Photos: Trump, supporters descend on Anaheim for GOP convention

Former President Trump is set to speak at the California Republican Party Fall Convention in Anaheim.

For Automakers, State of Michigan, Going Green Is About More Than EVs

Both governments and car companies have a stake in putting people behind the wheel of electric vehicles.

Heavy Flooding pushes some New York counties in declare state of emergency

Heavy rains closed roads and flooded subways in New York City today. New York Governor Kathy Hochul declared a state of emergency in several counties in the metro area.

Government shutdown would 'undermine' Biden admin's economic 'progress': Yellen

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said Friday that a government shutdown could have negative effects on various programs for small businesses and children.

Saints' Carr (shoulder) questionable, but throws

Derek Carr is questionable for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers as he recovers from a shoulder injury. If Carr can't go, the Saints will turn to Jameis Winston at quarterback.

Congressional spending fight could blow past deadline for shutdown

Government funding runs out at the end of the day tomorrow and Congress seems resigned to dragging the spending fight past the deadline for a shutdown.

The career and legacy of Senator Diane Feinstein

Dianne Feinstein, who was first elected to the Senate from California in 1992, has died. She was 90 years old. Her most enduring legacy may be opening more doors for women in politics.

Trump Co-Defendant in Georgia Election Interference Case Pleads Guilty

Scott Hall, a Trump supporter who is among the 19 people charged in a racketeering case involving the former president, is the first defendant to plead guilty.

District attorney cites famous Tupac quote

Steven Wolfson, who has been investigating the rapper's murder, says the team "never surrendered".

The Score: Ford, Amazon, Target and More Stocks That Defined the Week

Here are some of the major companies whose stocks moved on the week’s news.

Suspect in Tupac Shakur murder arrested

Authorities in Nevada announced today that arrest has been made in the 1996 killing of rapper Tupac Shakur

Democrats challenge 'MIA' GOP centrists to team up and keep the government open

Top Democrats are calling on centrist House Republicans to join them on a discharge petition to go around Speaker Kevin McCarthy and avoid a government shutdown.

Robert Pattinson worries he's going to spend a 'vast majority' of his life 'unemployed and desperate'

In an interview with comedian Jordan Firstman, Robert Pattinson opened up about career anxieties, saying, "I have a deep, deep fear of humiliation."

Funding for infant nutrition program at risk

Funding for the WIC program, which serves pregnant mothers and young children, is caught in political crosshairs, as the government shutdown and ongoing budget negotiations threaten full funding.

JetBlue raises flight attendant pay, union agrees to support merger with Spirit

JetBlue is raising flight attendant pay by 5% while union agreed to support the airline's acquisition of budget carrier Spirit.

Sycamore Gap: Man in 60s arrested in connection with felling of world-famous tree

'I hope this second arrest demonstrates just how seriously we're taking this situation, and our ongoing commitment to find those responsible and bring them to justice'

Teen girl killed after school bus overturned on M53 named as Jessica Baker

Merseyside Police said a total of 58 people were involved in the incident, including the 15-year-old girl and the bus driver who were both killed.

Navy plans to test special forces for steroids

The U.S. Navy in November will start randomly drug testing special operations forces for steroids amid concerns about recruits and servicemembers looking to boost their capabilities during training. The Navy said in a release that