Jordan Spieth welcomes baby girl with adorable social media post just one week before the Ryder Cup in Rome

  (Mail Online) : The three-time major winner shared a black-and-white close-up photo of him cradling his new daughter to Instagram, captioning the post: 'Welcome, Sophie 9/12/23' ..

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North Carolina radio station plans to reject broadcasts of 'inappropriate' Met operas

WCPE says that six contemporary operas being presented this season by the Metropolitan Opera — including ones dealing with violence, race and LGBTQ issues — are "unsuitable" for broadcast.

Rishi Sunak vows to crack down on 20mph zones and traffic fines

Mr Sunak said punishing motorists when they are going about daily lives 'doesn't reflect the values of Britain'

Europe forge five point lead on day one of Ryder Cup

Well, well, well. After a rampaging European side had raced into a 4-0 advantage during the morning session of the Ryder Cup here at the Marco Simone club, The Herald’s esteemed sports editor suggested to his golf correspondent that

Hyundai and Kia Recall 3.4 Million Cars, Telling Drivers to Park Outside

Auto safety regulators are concerned about possible fires caused by brake fluid leaks.

Bob MacIntyre says Ryder Cup dream debut that left him in tears was like 'shinty on steroids'

The flying Scot was involved in an enthralling finale as Team Europe roared to a convincing advantage in Rome.

EXCLUSIVE: Joey King showcases her incredible frame in thong swimsuit as new husband Steven Piet takes a VERY cheeky snap of her during their Amalfi coast honeymoon

Joey King showed off her incredible toned frame in a cheeky swimsuit as she honeymooned with new husband Steven Piet on the Amalfi Coast on Thursday.

People Who've Been Put Under Anesthesia Are Sharing The Freakiest Things That Happened, And It's Wild

"I woke up in the middle of a neurologist trying to clip an aneurysm in my brain. I reached my hand up, grabbed the surgeon's hand, and said, 'You're hurting me.' Several staff, including the anesthesiologist,

How each member voted on House stopgap bill with shutdown on horizon

The Washington Post recorded how Republicans and Democrats voted on a short-term government funding bill.

UAW expands strike to new Ford, G.M. plants, sending 7,000 more workers to picket lines

United Auto Workers President Shawn Fain on Friday announced additional work stoppages as the union continues its historic strike against the Big Three carmakers, expanding the walkouts to a General Motors plant in Lansing,

Cyclist injured after being attacked by group in Halifax

A CYCLIST suffered injuries after he was attacked in Baker Fold, Halifax by a group of men.

Liverpool-area bus wreck kills driver, 14-year-old girl

The bus was transporting students from two grammar schools when it overturned on a highway on the outskirts of Liverpool.

Alison Hammond reveals co-star gave her 'VIP treatment' on first day but 'never again'

This Morning's Alison Hammond appeared on BBC's The One Show to discuss her new presenting job on The Great British Bake Off and says Paul Hollywood gave her "VIP treatment"

Sycamore Gap tree: Man in his 60s is second peson arrested in connection with felling

A man in his 60s has been arrested by officers investigating the felling of the world-famous Sycamore Gap tree in Northumberland, police said.

Woman charged after dead baby found in suitcase in doghouse

Jessica Weeks allegedly refused to deliver her baby in a hospital because she feared being arrested, police learned. They recovered the infant's body months later.

Kerry Washington, 46, reveals her first celebrity crush was Lionel Richie, 74: 'I probably still now would cry if Hello came on'

Kerry Washington has come clean about a lot of her life in her new memoir Thicker Than Water.' The 46-year-old actress revealed her first celebrity crush while promoting the tome Thursday.

Manchester United 'ramp up interest in Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg' and other transfer rumours

Man United are reportedly keen on adding more midfield depth to their squad in the January transfer window after being linked with the Tottenham Hotspur man

Robert Day, Financier and Philanthropist, Dies at 79

An heir to an oil fortune, he built his own empire with TCW Group and was an influential California donor, including to his alma mater, Claremont McKenna College.

This Miner's Son Went Solar. Can His Coal-Mining Home State See the Light?

His West Virginia family mined coal. Now he's building a solar farm on his father's old mine in hopes that coal country can make a power switch to solar.

Nighttime shooting attack at Mexican hospital leaves 4 dead, including doctor

A nighttime shooting incident occurred at a hospital in northern Mexico, resulting in the deaths of four individuals, including a doctor, local authorities reported on Friday.

Yet another Trump ally loses bid to move Georgia case to federal court

Former Justice Department official Jeffrey Clark has lost his bid to have his charges in Georgia removed to federal court,reported The Washington Post on Friday. The decision, made by Judge Steve C. Jones, marks the second time one

Senate GOP floats border security amendment in funding bill negotiations, but some say it's too weak

Republicans senators are clashing over adding border security provisions in the Continuing Resolution (CR) to fund the government.

Sycamore Gap tree: Man in 60s arrested by officers

Officers investigating the “senseless destruction” of the world-famous Sycamore Gap tree next to Hadrian’s Wall in Northumberland have made a second arrest.

Ryder Cup: Tidal wave of European blue leaves USA wanting to get the hell out of Rome

It wasn’t so much a sea of blue in the Roman hills on Friday as a tidal wave.

US Embassy dragged for embarrassing attempt at Australian lingo

Aome suggested the person behind the US Embassy Twitter account was likely a “troll” who deliberately built a list of bogus slang in a bid to rile up Aussies.

Second arrest made after Sycamore Gap tree cut down

Officers investigating the vandalism of an iconic Northumberland tree have this evening made a second arrest.

How Tesla is at the center of the UAW strikes

Electric car maker Tesla is said to have labor costs significantly lower than those of the unionized Detroit 3, which could widen its lead in the EV market.

Taliban government to cease operations at Afghan Embassy in India's capital

India has reportedly received a letter from the Afghan Embassy declaring the Taliban-run nation's intent to cease operations in New Delhi.

Teenage boy suffers 'life-changing injuries' in M53 crash

A 14-YEAR-OLD boy suffered "life-changing injuries" in a fatal school bus collision on the M53 in the Wirral today, Merseyside Police has confirmed.

North Lanarkshire Council launches three year strategy to tackle child poverty

To address these challenges locally, the refreshed Tackling Poverty Strategy sets out four key priorities.

Victor Osimhen plays on another level when he's fired up, Atalanta have the BEST midfielder in Italy - and these could be the last days of Rome for Jose Mourinho... TEN THINGS WE LEARNED from Serie A this week

ALVISE CAGNAZZO IN ITALY: For those involved in European competitions, the matches are starting to come thick and fast in Serie A. And perhaps for some, it's starting to take its toll.

Revealed: Sophie Turner unleashes BOMBSHELL letter proving she and Joe Jonas DID plan for their 'forever home' to be in UK amid bitter custody battle

Sophie Turner has provided irrefutable proof that she and her estranged husband Joe Jonas were planning to a future together with their daughters in England.

This golf stock is a buy even after fire at key supplier facility, Bank of America says

Analyst Alexander Perry reiterated his buy rating on the stock and a price target of $22 per share.

No rhythm, no fight: How Europe left Americans seeing stars on day one of Ryder Cup

Europe are united by a sense of unity, led by the impressive Luke Donald, while the Americans look uncharacteristically out of sorts

Man arrested after world-famous Sycamore Gap tree was cut down

He is the second person to be arrested in connection with the incident.