Michael Thomas, Derrick Brown get into heated exchange in tunnel after Saints-Panthers game

  (New York Post) : The New Orleans Saints beat the Carolina Panthers, 20-17, on Monday at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C. ..

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All of the 'Saw' movies before 'Saw X,' ranked from worst to best

James Wan and Leigh Whannell's "Saw" franchise has been grossing audiences out since 2004, and "Saw X" is the 10th chapter in the series.

Devastating blow for Newcastle as ace is ruled out until 2024

Just when Newcastle appeared to have turned the corner in terms of form and results, they’ve been hit with the devastating blow that one of their stars won’t be available for selection until at least the new year.Aside from a three

Suicide blast in Pakistan kills at least 52 people, more than 50 injured

No group has claimed responsibility for the blast, which comes amid a surge in attacks claimed by militant groups in the west of the country, raising the stakes for security forces ahead of national elections scheduled for January

EVs Will Hit Detroit Harder Than a UAW Raise

While pay increases following the strike will take the shine off automakers’ margins, their electric vehicles are still making huge losses.

Eurozone inflation hits two-year low

Rate of 4.3% less than expectations and could signal end to ECB rate rises

Consumer Spending Could Flash Mixed Signals. Here's What You Need to Watch.

Americans spent more in August on expensive gasoline, but the Fed could be pleased with cooler underlying inflation.

Investors' Bets on Mother Nature Are Paying Off Big

Thanks to turmoil in the insurance market and a repricing of risk, catastrophe bonds are earning more while covering more remote events.

5 things to know about the saltwater intrusion threatening Louisiana's water supplies

Saltwater is making its way up the Mississippi River in Louisiana and threatening drinking water supplies in the state — and it could soon reach New Orleans. Here’s what you should know about the situation. It’s being caused by low

As much as £19 billion worth of benefits go unclaimed each year across the UK, study finds

It comes as many Brits don't realise what extra income they are entitled to claim - while many just find the process of claiming too time-consuming, or complicated

Warning as further school strike action being planned

UNISON has warned that further industrial action for school staff is being planned, as it reveals it has again written to Cosla and the Scottish Government.

Russian Su-35 Fighter Jet Downed by Own Air Defense, Video Appears to Show

Russian air defenses reportedly took down the fighter jet close to the frontlines in the contested Zaporizhzhia region of Ukraine.

Who was Mihály Csíkszentmihályi? His theory on happiness explained as a Doodle marks his 89th birthday

He is best known for his work on happiness and productivity, and for recognising and naming the concept of 'flow'

Wirral crash: School bus overturns on M53 with air ambulance at scene and motorway closed

Junctions three to five of the M53 are closed in both directions

'Back to the 80's' set with Martin Kemp at York Barbican in 2024

A STAR of the music scene is set to host the "ultimate" back to the 80's DJ set at a York venue.

Cybersecurity Budgets Grow, But at a Slower Pace

The double-digit jumps of the last few years are over, but cybersecurity spending has been spared the worst of corporate cutbacks.

Lawmakers say government shutdown appears inevitable 

A government shutdown increasingly looks inevitable as GOP opponents of a stopgap in the Senate seek to drag out the process ahead of a midnight Sunday deadline. Opponents of the Senate stopgap, which is backed by leaders in both

Erik ten Hag's 'perfect' Manchester United player might be about to get another chance

Man United manager Erik ten Hag could make some bold changes to his strongest starting line-up in the not too distant future.

Rory McIlroy's love life - brutal '3-minute' break-up call and 'refreshing' wife

One of Europe's most successful golf players Rory Mcllroy dated a few women in the spotlight including top tennis player Caroline Wozniacki before marrying Erica Stoll in 2017

'Very weak' systems at Temple Street Hospital, says Shortall

There remained issues about trust and communication with parents, she said.

Rangers legend Paul Gascoigne played golf naked after losing bet with Ally McCoist

Former Rangers striker and manager Coisty revealed the hilarious incident on TalkSport.

Chelsea: Ben Chilwell set for month-long absence amid concern over repeated hamstring injuries

Blues vice-captain also suffered two hamstring injuries last year, missing the World Cup with England as a result

Eurozone Inflation Rate Drops to 4.3 Percent

Prices rose at the slowest rate since before the Ukraine war, as inflation in fuel and food eased.

Turmoil Over Migrants at U.S.-Mexico Border Is Straining Trade Flows

The latest in a stream of bottlenecks at border crossings add to manufacturer concerns over shifting their supply chains.

The 2023 Stock-Market Rally Sputters in New World of Yield

Heading into the fourth quarter, the S&P 500 index is clinging to a 12% advance for the year.

Second GOP debate is widely panned

The GOP’s rowdy second presidential debate Wednesday night is being panned by many as pointless after no clear winner emerged from the fray of candidates battling to catch up to the absent front-runner, former President Trump. Seven

Drugmakers face down deadline on Medicare price negotiations

The deadline for drugmakers to sign agreements to negotiate with Medicare on pricing is fast approaching. Major drugmakers have until Sunday to sign an agreement to participate in the program or potentially face heavy taxes and lose

Newcastle United v Burnley: Kick-off time, TV, Tickets, Team News

Newcastle United v Burnley - Kick-off time, TV and streaming details, Tickets, Team News

William Grant & Sons profits return to pre-pandemic level

The spirits producer has focused on investing in its brands and people to ride out industry issues

Mortgage and remortgage approvals fall as higher interest rates hits property market

New mortgage approvals fell to the lowest level in six months while approvals for remortgaging plummeted as rising interest rates dented the mortgage market.

Burnley boss Vincent Kompany on Newcastle United trip

The Clarets are aiming to bounce back from a narrow defeat against Manchester United last time out.

The Frantic Race to Protect New Orleans's Drinking Water

Salty water from the Gulf of Mexico is creeping up the Mississippi River.

Dan Loeb's Hot Hand Goes Cold

Hedge fund Third Point, after years of strong returns, has registered big losses after misreading the market. Now it faces a flood of customer withdrawals.

World Culture Festival to touch down in DC in push for unity 

Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to touch down on the National Mall this weekend for the World Culture Festival, a multi-day celebration of diversity and culture seeking to embrace the differences across society.

Nurse education leaders launch general election manifesto

The Council of Deans of Health has urged political parties and candidates in the next generation election to commit to four pledges that will "bolster the domestic NHS workforce". The post Nurse education leaders launch