900 children in Greater Manchester town eat for free at school thanks to new scheme

  (Manchester Evening News) : It is designed to support those who do not qualify for government-funded free school meals ..

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Security forces replace militants in Palestinian refugee camp as cease-fire holds

In Lebanon's largest Palestinian refugee camp a Palestinian security force was deployed to a school complex, taking the place of armed occupants who had been there since late July.

US-backed Syrian Kurds report capture of key Islamic State figure

Backed by American forces, Syrian Kurdish fighters have reportedly captured Mahmdouh Ibrahim al-Haji, described as a "key facilitator" of the Islamic State group.

Feinstein brought San Francisco back "from the brink" after Moscone, Milk assassinations

Dianne Feinstein, who died Thursday at 90, became mayor of San Francisco during "very dark times" after the assassination of Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk. California State Assembly Member Phil Ting, who

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Boris Johnson Has Savaged Rishi Sunak Amid Fears HS2 Could Be Scaled Back

Boris Johnson "we must be out of our minds" to consider axing the next leg of HS2.Boris Johnson has condemnedRishi Sunak amid speculation the prime minister is preparing to axe the next leg ofHS2 . The former prime

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.

New York Jets appoint new permanent captain to replace Aaron Rodgers

New York Jets head coach Robert Saleh has confirmed defensive tackle Quinnen Williams will be a new permanent captain following the injury to veteran quarterback Aaron Rodgers

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.

Paul O'Grady's For The Love of Dogs fans tearful after emotional final episode

Comedian, actor and writer Paul O'Grady, also known for his drag queen persona Lily Savage, died 'unexpectedly but peacefully' in March at the age of 67

Tampa players must 'step up' as Vasilevskiy out

Tampa Bay coach Jon Cooper made it clear that the Lightning will be without a "luxury" with Russian goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy expected to miss the first two months of the season after undergoing back surgery.

Here Are The Baby Names People Loved A Hundred Years Ago But No One Uses Today

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Mexican president criticizes US aid to Ukraine and sanctions on Latin American nations in high-level meeting

During the start of a high-level U.S.-Mexico meeting in Washington, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador criticized U.S. aid to Ukraine and economic sanctions.

Edinburgh Lord Provost's cars could be banned from the City Chambers

Green Edinburgh councillors say the authority should ‘lead by example’

'World's smallest footballer' goes viral after EAFC 24 snap and sends social media nuts

EAFC 24 memes have already taken social media by storm - and one in-game screenshot involving Spanish women's football star Elena Julve has gone viral

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.

Robert MacIntyre tastes the ups and downs in Ryder Cup debut

And they’re off. There was footage doing the rounds yesterday morning of thousands of salivating spectators stampeding towards the first hole when the gates of the Marco Simone club swung open at first light and they were unleashed

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.

Chris Christie continues onslaught of Donald Duck memes to troll Trump

On Friday the former New Jersey Governor posted a cartoon image of the Disney character wearing a suit with a red tie and sporting a shock of coiffed blonde hair

Rangers-Islanders preseason game postponed as rain hammers New York

Friday's night preseason matchup between the Rangers and Islanders at UBS Arena was postponed due to flooding and the state of emergency declared in New York.

Mark Milley Says U.S. Military Won't Obey A 'Wannabe Dictator'

At his retirement ceremony, the outgoing chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff issued a reminder that seemed aimed at election-denying ex-President Donald Trump.

CND co-founder Pat Arrowsmith dies aged 93

Peace campaigner served 11 prison sentences over activism against nuclear disarmament and conflict Pat Arrowsmith – the activist and co-founder of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) – has died at the age of 93. She was born

Panthers QB Young (ankle) will start vs. Vikings

Panthers coach Frank Reich said Friday that rookie quarterback Bryce Young looked "better" than expected this week in his recovery from an ankle injury and will start Sunday against the Vikings.

Indiana police fatally shoot man during harassment investigation

A fatal incident occurred in southern Indiana where police officers shot and killed a man during the course of their investigation into a woman's complaint of harassment.

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.

Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe could have been caught sooner if first detective who suspected him had stayed in charge of the case, top judge says

EXCLUSIVE: Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe could have been caught sooner if the first detective to link the case to a serial killer had led the investigation for longer, a senior judge believes.

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Teacher accused of raping child texted victim after arrest, police say

One of the conditions of her bond release was that McCommon couldn't have contact with the victim or any minor other than her own children, police said.

Europe storm into record-equalling five-point lead on first day of Ryder Cup

The home side swept an opening session for the first time.

Wild videos show flooded LaGuardia Airport terminal, travelers attempting to flee ankle-deep waters

The airport was forced to close its Terminal A — from where flights on Spirit and Frontier airlines depart — as the floodwaters barreled through the building.

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.

President of French club Nice admits he's 'relieved that everything ended well' after one of their players 'threatened to throw himself off a bridge in an apparent suicide attempt' - with the footballer now out of danger

The president of French football club Nice says he's 'relieved that everything ended well' after a player from the Ligue 1 side reportedly threatened to throw himself off a bridge.

Deliveroo riders told to slow down in pedestrianised areas

CYCLISTS working for Deliveroo in the centre of Leeds have been told to slow down, after complaints about their speed.

Justin Rose reveals inspiration behind superb Ryder Cup comeback on dream first day

Team Europe maintain unbeaten start courtesy of Brit’s clutch putt on the 18th

Several European countries record hottest September temperatures ever

Austria, France, Germany, Poland and Switzerland announced their hottest Septembers on record on Friday, in a year expected to be the warmest in human history as climate change accelerates.