Fed Inflation Fight a Marathon as FOMC Set to Pause Rate Hikes

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How to watch Ryder Cup live stream without cable online from anywhere

Park your golf caddy here for Ryder Cup live streams. Here's how to watch USA and Europe compete for another two years of bragging rights.

Why Melania Trump may want to revisit her prenup with Donald Trump

Melania Trump may want to revisit her prenuptial agreement with Donald Trump amid the former president's looming legal troubles, two attorneys said.

Former Crypto Star Sam Bankman-Fried Faces US Trial

Sam Bankman-Fried, once the most respected face of crypto currency, goes on trial Tuesday in federal court facing seven counts of fraud that could see him spend decades in prison.

AFL Grand Final parade in Melbourne is blocked by climate protesters

The three protesters were wearing T-shirts saying 'you can't play in 50 degrees' and blocked the parade about halfway through the route.

Trump must be covered as 'a cheat and a rapist': Ex-White House reporter unloads on press

According to a former White House correspondent who spent the Donald Trump years trying to get straight answers out of the ex-president's press secretaries, the media has been covering the ex-president wrong. In a column for

68 Beauty Products That Work So Well, It's Almost Ridiculous

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Ryder Cup 2023 LIVE: Timings and scores as Europe and USA battle in Friday foursomes

Luke Donald has sent Jon Rahm and Tyrrell Hatton out to face the USA’s Scottie Scheffler and Sam Burns to begin Friday’s foursomes

Millions of Chinese tourists are going on holiday again. Many of them are headed for Thailand

Thailand's golden beaches, shopping districts and ornate temples are filling with tourists once again and Chinese vacationers are getting an especially VIP welcome under a new visa-free scheme.

Philadelphia authorities ID American Airlines flight attendant found dead in hotel room with cloth in mouth

An American Airlines flight attendant found dead in a Philadelphia hotel room with a cloth in her mouth was identified by authorities Thursday as Diana Ramos.

A man spoke to 911 screaming about bears trying to kill him. Officials said he was drunk and just wanted help getting out of the woods.

The man was rescued from woods in West Virginia after claiming bears were stalking him, but later said he was "extremely intoxicated," police said.

Musk Guts X's Election Integrity Teams Ahead Of Major Votes

X-owner Elon Musk said that he had gutted the platform's team dedicated to preserving election integrity as key votes in many countries are approaching.

EU's Mediterranean Leaders Meet On Migration

The leaders of nine Mediterranean and southern European countries, including France's Emmanuel Macron and Italy's Giorgia Meloni, meet Friday in Malta for talks set to focus on migration.

US Government Readies For Imminent Shutdown

The US government began Thursday to inform workers of an impending shutdown that could see millions of federal employees and military personnel temporarily sent home or working without pay, unless Congress reaches a last-ditch deal.

Damian Lillard wanted to return to Blazers if Heat trade wasn't possible, but request was denied, per report

Lillard said the interactions that followed his trade request 'left a sour taste in my mouth'

Culture 2023: the films, music and TV shows not to miss this autumn - podcast

Guardian music critic Alexis Petridis, film editor Catherine Shoard and TV critic Leila Latif guide you through what’s on offer It’s supposed to be the mellow season, where we seek out the cosy and comforting. But this autumn,

Campaigners call for more energy support for vulnerable households

Charities and consumer groups say many people will struggle to pay their energy bills again this winter.

Bryce Harper throws his helmet into the crowd after FURIOUS exchange with umpire Angel Hernandez - with a thrilled 10-year-old fan catching it an getting it signed by his Phillies hero

Bryce Harper flipped out on the third base umpire Angel Hernandez and then flipped his maroon Phillies helmet over the protective netting and into the stands.

California college employee who killed retired administrator sentenced to life

A California college employee who fatally stabbed his boss on the campus in Fullerton in 2019 was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

US Anti-discrimination Agency Sues Tesla Over 'Pervasive' Racism

A federal anti-discrimination agency filed a lawsuit Thursday accusing Elon Musk's Tesla of allowing "pervasive" racism at its Silicon Valley car plant and retaliating against Black workers who opposed such abuse.

The crowds of Armenians fleeing Nagorno-Karabakh are so big you can see them from space

At least 70,000 refugees have fled Nagorno-Karabakh in the last week, leaving a traffic jam between Azerbaijan and Armenia that is visible from space.

Oil Rally Cools, Providing Relief For Stocks

Oil prices flirted with one-year highs on Thursday before falling in a bout of profit-taking, which tempted investors back into stocks after several days of losses over inflation fears.

10 reasons why it is worth investigating Joe Biden

Jonathan Turley, law professor at George Washington University and longtime contributor to the New York Post, testified yesterday to the House Committee on Oversight and Accountability.

Braves clinch best record in MLB: Atlanta will head into the playoffs with a bye and home-field advantage

The Braves have a chance to tie a franchise record 106 wins

Man Utd news: Erik ten Hag sent Champions League warning as Jadon Sancho given new option

Erik ten Hag's Manchester United face Crystal Palace for the second time this week as the Red Devils aim for their third successive victory in all competitions

1 wounded in shooting at protest over statue of Spanish conquistador

The shooting occurred during a protest over a plan to redisplay a statue of controversial Spanish conquistador Juan de Oñate in Española, New Mexico.

Wallabies assistant blames watered-down Super Rugby competition for shocking capitulation at World Cup

Wallabies assistant coach Pierre-Henry Broncan has put the blame for Australia's disastrous World Cup campaign not on coach Eddie Jones but the Super Rugby competition

EU poised to agree new rules for asylum-seekers and migrants

The European Union was poised Thursday to agree new rules for how it handles asylum-seekers and irregular migrants after Germany said it would go along with the intensely-negotiated package.

Biden impeachment inquiry would not be needed if DOJ 'did their job,' analysts say

The Biden impeachment inquiry hearing lasted 6 hours on Thursday, and was followed by reaction and analysis on FOX News' 'Your World with Neil Cavuto.'

FDA approves Exxua for depression treatment after multiple rejections over more than two decades 

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Thursday approved the medication Exxua to treat major depressive disorder – a significant step after a decades-long battle for approval. Exxua is unique for its ability to target the

Taylor Swift effect: Jets ticket sales soar as Travis Kelce visits MetLife Stadium

Tight end Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs visit the New York Jets for "Sunday Night Football" at MetLife Stadium.

Class action settlement: Eligible healthcare patients have seven days to file claim in $2M settlement with Facebook

Some healthcare patients have seven days to file a claim in the $2 million settlement concerning Froedtert Health and Facebook if they used a patient online portal from 2017 to 2022.

NYT Connections today: See hints and answers for September 29

Connections is a New York Times word game that's all about finding the "common threads between words." How to solve the puzzle.

3 Disney workers, school athletic director among 219 arrested in Florida human trafficking sting

Three Disney employees, a school athletic director and a father who left his 1-year-old home alone to have sex were among 219 people arrested in a major human trafficking bust in Florida, authorities said Thursday. The seven-day

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Republicans need to get over the obsession that a large portion of their base has with Donald Trump and simply move on for the good of the party, former Georgia Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan told CNN anchor Anderson Cooper on Thursday