Michigan State Moves to Fire Mel Tucker Amid Harassment Probe

  (WSJ) : The football coach had been suspended after public revelation of a complaint against him from an activist hired by the university to provide education on sexual misconduct. ..

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New York City is on track to break an all-time record for rainfall. Experts say this is the new normal.

New York's JFK Airport recorded 4.62 inches by 11 a.m. on Friday, making it the second wettest day in September ever recorded. And it's still raining.

Judge ends Michael Oher-Tuohy conservatorship

Michael Oher, a first-round draft pick of the Baltimore Ravens in 2009, was the inspiration for the blockbuster film "The Blind Side."

Shooter opens fire at New Mexico protest against conquistador statue, injuring 1

A man was shot Thursday amid gunfire in northern New Mexico at a protest against the installation of a statue of Spanish conquisatador Juan de Oñate.

Honk Kong police arrest an additional 4 linked to $200M JPEX cryptocurrency scam

Authorities in Hong Kong and Macao announced they have apprehended an additional four individuals connected to the cryptocurrency platform JPEX, which is under suspicion of defrauding over 2,400 people.

Ramaswamy fires back at Mexican president in border spat: 'New daddy in town'

In a statement made to Fox News Digital, Vivek Ramaswamy took a swipe at Mexico's Andrés Manuel López Obrador over comments he made urging Americans not to back him.

Did U.S. hack China? NSA dodges question

American cyber officials are avoiding complaints from the Chinese government that the National Security Agency hacked into China's sensitive networks and stole intellectual property.

Aerosmith tour canceled indefinitely as Steven Tyler's vocal injuries worsen

Aerosmith is canceling all future tour dates until further notice after lead singer Steven Tyler suffers worsening vocal injuries.

Social Security update: SSA says billions owed in overpayments to beneficiaries

Participants of the Social Security Administration's various programs have received letters in the mail claiming that they owe thousands of dollars because they were admittedly overpaid by the administration.

Girl Scout cookie prices are rising due to the bite of inflation

Girl Scout cookies are rising in price across the nation to $6 a box, due to the impact of inflation on cookie ingredients and manufacturing.

America Is Getting Crushed at a European Ryder Cup. Again.

After losing all four opening session matches and then coughing away three leads in the late session, the U.S. went winless on the first day of competition.

California man tracked $24,000 in stolen camera gear to known hotspot. Police still haven't shuttered it

A San Francisco film production student lost $24,000 worth of camera gear after a smash and grab. He had trackers in the cases and told police where to look, but they did nothing.

Support service for Northern Ireland traders extended

The Trader Support Service has been extended until December 2024.

UAW expands strike to Chicago, Michigan plants

The United Auto Workers (UAW) union will expand its strike against the Big Three automakers to a Ford plant in Chicago and a General Motors plant in Lansing, Mich., UAW President Shawn Fain said on Friday. An additional 7,000 union

Norway to bar Russian-registered cars in line with EU sanctions

Norway has declared its intention to implement measures that will prevent Russian-registered passenger cars from entering the country, mirroring the sanctions imposed by the EU.

The QAnon Queen Has Taken Over an Empty School and Locals Want Her the Hell Out

QAnon influencer Romana Didulo and her followers moved themselves into an abandoned school in small town Saskatchewan. Now the local children are too scared to play in the town's park.

See inside the world's largest private jet, a Boeing 747 typically used by governments and the world's top elite

The Boeing Business Jet 747-8i is one of the largest private jets in the world used primarily by governments and the world's most elite people.

NWSL playoff chase: Experts like Portland Thorns to win Shield, split on rest of postseason field

With three weeks left in the season the NWSL playoff chase is wide open

US on life support after letting chances slip away at Ryder Cup

The morning foursomes matches could not have gone worse for the U.S. Ryder Cup team, leaving the theme of the afternoon four-ball session all about survival.

Ana Navarro renames Freedom Caucus to 'Fundraising Caucus' amid looming shutdown

The View co-host Ana Navarro let her resentment for the House Freedom Caucus show during a discussion of the federal budget.

How Turkey-Israel reconciliation will reshape the Middle East

Turkish-Israeli rapprochement, just like the others between various Arab states and Israel, signals concern about American staying power and credibility in the region.

Union hits out as flats approved at Glasgow's Shawlands Arcade site

A trade union representing Glasgow tenants has hit out at the city council’s approval for 329 luxury new flats on the Shawlands Arcade site.

Kenneth Chesebro loses bid to shield Trump evidence from jurors

A Georgia judge ruled against former Donald Trump campaign attorney Kenneth Chesebro in his bid to shield evidence in his Georgia election trial. Chesebro's lawyers had argued that emails and memos he wrote laying out a plan to

Ford CEO says UAW is 'holding the deal hostage' over EV battery plants

Multibillion-dollar EV battery plants are crucial to the automotive industry's future and uniquely positioned to have wide-ranging implications for the UAW,

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Chandler Jones arrested in Las Vegas after bizarre social media episodes

Jones was booked into Clark County Detention Center on charges of violating a domestic violence protective order.

Conservative PAC defends the effectiveness of its Trump attack ads

A conservative political action committee associated with the influential Club for Growth is defending its efforts to poach support from former President Donald Trump's 2024 campaign.

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Do you have an outfit or clothing you've worn for years?

PRINCESS Anne is seen as the most sustainable member of the royal family for re-wearing her clothes from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s.

DE Jones, away from Raiders, arrested in Vegas

Raiders defensive end Chandler Jones was arrested Friday in Las Vegas after he allegedly violated a domestic violence temporary protective order, according to jail records.

Spanish court rejects appeal to reopen John Mcafee's death investigation

A Spanish court has rejected an appeal to reopen the investigation into the 2021 death of John McAfee, a British-American tycoon renowned as the creator of McAfee antivirus software.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein is dead at 90. Photos show her time as the longest-serving woman in the Senate.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein was the longest-serving female senator in US history. She died on September 28 at the age of 90.

Plane crash claims 6 lives at Zimbabwean mining company-owned site

A small aircraft owned by a mining company in Zimbabwe tragically crashed on Friday, and preliminary reports from aviation authorities suggest that all six individuals aboard have lost their lives in the incident.

Donald Trump indictment: Fulton County prosecutors signal potential plea deals

Fulton County prosecutors on Friday suggested they could soon offer a plea deal to one or more defendants heading to trial next month in former President Donald Trump's 2020 election subversion case in Georgia.