Temple University acting president dies suddenly after collapsing onstage at memorial service

  (NBC News) : The leader of Temple University suddenly died Tuesday after falling ill at a memorial service, officials at the Philadelphia school said. ..

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Europe relish 18th hole drama after crushing America on day one of Ryder Cup

Justin Rose sank the final putt of a thrilling afternoon’s fourballs to cement Europe’s historic lead over America after day one in Rome

Lost 4,400-Year-Old Tomb Found With Ancient Egyptian Mummy Inside

The burial chamber included several artifacts (including pottery), the remains of votive offerings, jars and a mummified fish.

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.

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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.

New York flooding chaos is result of climate crisis, city official warns

‘Our climate is changing faster than our infrastructure can respond,’ said Rohit Aggarwala, from New York’s Department of Environmental Protection

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.

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.

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House conservatives tank GOP short-term funding bill

A band of House conservatives on Friday voted down a GOP bill to avoid a government shutdown. The vote marked a significant — and embarrassing — defeat for Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) as a shutdown this weekend appears

School admits serious data breach after details of pupil's suspension are emailed to parents

'All staff have been reminded of their responsibility to adhere to our policy'

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.

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

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Senior Rescue Dog Driven Over 500 Miles By Volunteer To Be With New Family

Founder's journey took him from the streets of Sacramento, California, to a happy new life with a family over in Central Oregon.

Man groped 13-year-old on flight and told her she'll 'never see family again': report

A man on a Delta Airlines red-eye flight repeatedly groped a 13-year-old girl and threatened to kidnap her,The Sacramento Bee reported. Brian Patrick Durning, 52, rubbed his leg on the girl as she sat on the Delta flight from Los

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

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Tributes are pouring in after the death of Dianne Feinstein, who had a career of historic firsts, including being California's first female senator. The Democrat's career saw her lead the city of San Fransisco — another

Biden's Education Department is taking the next step to get broad student-loan forgiveness to millions of borrowers. Here's what you need to know.

The Education Department announced it's moving forward with the process to determine what the next broad student-debt relief proposal will look like.

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.

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.

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.

Amazon's 'no needle' £4 lip filler beauty buffs say 'lasts all day' for bigger lips and 'is better than' Charlotte Tilbury and Kylie Jenner

"For 1/10 of the price it is as good if not better than the named brands like Kylie Jenner Lip Kits and Charlotte Tilbury Pillow talk"

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

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Wales players delight Versailles locals with selfies and autographs as Dan Biggar thanks them in perfect French

Fans with half-and-half flags cheered on Gatland's men and clamoured for selfies

How to Display Family Photos Without Losing Your Mind---or Your Sense of Style

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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.

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Council leader dismisses Sycamore Gap sculpture plan and calls for nature to "heal itself"

A local tree expert said the sycamore tree is likely to regrow despite the fact it was felled

Manchester United boss Marc Skinner feels 'responsibility' of bringing WSL success after world-class additions

Man Utd get their 2023/24 Women's Super League campaign underway on Sunday afternoon with an all-new talented squad - minus a few injuries

Katie Price's son Harvey has special greeting when strangers recognise him

In a recent episode of her podcast, former glamour model Katie Price revealed Harvey's special greeting to strangers who recognise him on the street

£350k loan shark who demanded 20 per cent interest is jailed

Tecla Bandawe handed out 1,000 loans to at least 60 different people

Red Bull rival plans to upset Lewis Hamilton amid F1 "information war"

Red Bull's relationship with Honda will continue until the end of 2025, when its deal with Ford officially begins, but barriers between the two parties have already been formed