Zelensky visits US amid aid uncertainty

  (The Hill) : {beacon} Evening Report Tuesday, September 19   © AP Zelensky makes his case for more US aid Ukraine's president is in the United States this week as President Biden pushes for $24 billion in additional aid to the country — an issue caught up in the broader government funding fight embroiling Congress. Ukrainian... ..

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Trump weighs in on Taylor Swift relationship with NFL star Travis Kelce, predicts if relationship with last

Former President Donald Trump gave his personal opinion on the budding relationship between pop music icon Taylor Swift and NFL star Travis Kelce in a new interview.

US government shutdown increasingly likely

In the United States, a government shutdown is looking increasingly likely unless agreement over spending levels can be reached between Republicans and Democrats in Congress within hours.

Pakistan attacks: At least 50 dead in two deadly bombings

At least 50 people have been killed in two attacks in Pakistan.

14-year-old girl and driver killed after school bus overturns on M53

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"Taylor Swift Effect" boosts ticket sales for Chiefs-Jets game

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Migrating birds are coming to Kinross so it's time for humans to step back

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The Eagle Diary: Hooray for Hollywood on the Tiber

Lights, camera, action. Given the diarist’s manly prowess, head-turning stature and film-star good looks, it’s perhaps fitting that we are billeted next to Rome’s Cinecitta Studios for this week’s golfing blockbuster.

Proud Boy who disappeared ahead of his Jan. 6 sentencing was found unconscious by agents at his home

Christopher Worrell was taken to a hospital where he remained on Friday.

'Sparks' author Ian Johnson on Chinese 'challenging the party's monopoly on history'

Xi Jinping and China's ruling Communist Party have displayed a dogged obsession with controlling the historical narrative. But there's a group of underground historians fighting back.

Europe looks to run it back, U.S. will shake things up on Ryder Cup Day 2

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These 18 Photos And Videos Show How Intense And Scary The Flooding Is Around New York City Right Now

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Will the Conservative lower taxes?

Earlier we spoke to Giles Wilkes, who was economic adviser to Theresa May, and James Cowling, founder of Next Gen Tories, which campaigns for youth-friendly policies - including lower taxes.

What can be done to stop the epidemic of teen knife crime?

Earlier we spoke to Sayce Holmes-Lewis, a London Police Board Member and the founder of Mentivity, an organisation providing support for young people, schools, parents and carers. And also Dal Babu, former chief superintendent in

Hibs v Dundee injury and team news as 5 out and 1 doubt

Dundee will take on Hibs without key figure following red card against Kilmarnock

Liverpool star cheekily rejected Sir Alex Ferguson and became hero under Jurgen Klopp

Manchester United icon Sir Alex Ferguson regularly lured players to Old Trafford, but Liverpool talent Trent Alexander-Arnold wsn't swayed before he became a household name at Anfield

How to Watch Seahawks vs. Giants 'Monday Night Football': TV, Betting Info

The Giants will host the Seahawks at MetLife Stadium this Monday.

What workout should you do? Here are the best exercises for every age

Research shows there are easy — and effective — workouts to begin at any time for every age, and they promise more than just health benefits.

Costco stops giving Instacart shoppers gift cards as refunds, amid claims they were being misused

Costco dumped Shop Cards for returns on undeliverable Instacart orders. It will now process refunds directly with Instacart.

Mayor Eric Adams blasted for weak, slow response to massive storm

While virtually every line of the city's subway system saw delays or cancellations Friday morning and roadways throughout the city were inundated with rainwater, the Adams administration relied on retweeting other agencies to

90,000 residents flee Nagorno-Karabakh amidst uncertain future

The Armenian government has said that more than 90,000 residents of Nagorno Karabakh have now left the disputed territory. 

20mph zones could be curbed by Rishi Sunak

Rishi Sunak is desperate to move away from questions about whether HS2 will be scrapped or foreshortened. His answer, it seems, sounds like a culture war on behalf of embattled motorists. 

17-year-old charged with murder of Elianne Andam

Elianne Andam was the 15th teenage victim of homicide in London so far this year.

4-year-old boy's toes ripped off on London Bridge station escalator

The young boy got his foot stuck on an escalator at London Bridge station.

Michigan School Shooter Ruled Eligible For Life In Prison Without Parole

Ethan Crumbley was 15 at the time of the 2021 attack that killed four students at his high school.

Man arrested over 'chopped down' Sycamore Gap tree

Northumbria Police said the man in his 60s was arrested on Friday evening in connection with the felling of the tree.

The 3 best steps to take with an old 401(k), according to a money expert: 'Choose your own adventure'

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Pioneer of Black British Arts Movement finally recognised

Claudette Johnson is one of the founding members of the Black British Arts Movement formed in the 1980's, and is best known for her large scale portraits of Black people. 

How AI tools could turn into job-killing machines

The scale of AI's impact is moving at such a pace that experts fear it could replace humans due to its ability to handle data and repetitive tasks.

Households face tax rise of £3,500 by next election, says IFS

It's an accolade that Rishi Sunak's government would rather not have been awarded. The Institute of Fiscal studies has said that it will have presided over the biggest set of tax rises since the Second World War. 

Liverpool vs. Tottenham prediction, odds, start time: 2023 English Premier League picks for Sept. 30

Martin Green has locked in EPL picks and best bets for the Tottenham Hotspur vs. Liverpool matchup on Saturday

Review: 'Reptile' sheds the skins of too many other superior mystery movies

Director and co-writer Grant Singer has a real star in Benicio Del Toro and good taste in 1970s paranoid thrillers, but little in the way of a signature of his own.

White House says far-right Republicans solely to blame as government shutdown looms

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre dismissed the notion of President Joe Biden negotiating with Speaker Kevin McCarthy on funding bill.

Eric Adams is Criticized for Storm Response As NYC Floods

Mayor Eric Adams did not publicly discuss the coming storm until nearly 24 hours after weather officials first warned of potential flash flooding in New York.

Someone Accused Simone Biles Of Being Really Rude To A 4-Year-Old, And Her Husband Called BS On It All

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