Wall Street stocks closed lower on Wednesday, unable to sustain a late-day surge, after data showing strong U.S. labor demand again suggested the Federal Reserve will keep interest rates higher for longer. Fed officials have insisted on aggressive rate tightening to battle inflation, a message the market has feared would lead to a hard landing and likely recession.
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Trump's request to the nation's highest court is narrow but once again thrusts him and the justices into political controversy.
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The Pennsylvania governor’s race — a face-off between a well-funded ambitious young climber already eyed as a future presidential contender and a radical right-wing election denier whose own GOP party leaders refuse to support — is among the most watched in the nation for its 2024 implications. The winner could wield significant power over how votes are […]
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Caddie, businessman, inventor: Catching up with Bryson DeChambeau’s old looper Tim Tucker, who’s working this week in Las Vegas for Chesson Hadley
Tucker knows how to stay busy when he's not carrying a bag.
The family of a cinematographer shot and killed by Alec Baldwin on the set of the film “Rust” has agreed to settle a lawsuit against the actor and the movie’s producers, and producers aim to restart the project in January despite unresolved workplace safety sanctions.
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Two types of moves have so far defined the first two years of Bill Zito’s tenure with the Florida Panthers.
Democratic U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan, who has made his opponent's questionable record fighting the opioid epidemic a central theme of his campaign for Ohio's open U.S. Senate seat, has accepted campaign donations over the years from drug distributors blamed for key roles in the crisis, an Associated Press review found.
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Natrone Means first arrived at North Carolina to play for Mack Brown as a promising running back, then went on to an NFL career that included a touchdown-scoring appearance in the Super Bowl. More than three decades later, he's again working to help Brown’s Tar Heels, though now in the kind of supporting role expanding across the Atlantic Coast Conference and the sport. “If that takes some things off of (coaches’) plate and they can focus more on that week’s opponent then obviously we feel lik
Pups Say 'I Do' at the Latest Attempt for the World's Largest Dog Wedding: See the Paw-dorable Pics!
Animal lovers came together in Geneva, Illinois, over the weekend, to try and break a record set in Colorado 15 years ago
The S&P 500 remains about 17% above year-end 2019 levels, which isn't low enough given the steps the Federal Reserve likely still needs to take to get inflation to 2%, says Steven Blitz, chief U.S. economist at TS Lombard.
Secondhand shopping is about to get a whole lot more accessible for consumers on the hunt for a fashionable bargain.
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Manti Te'o will provide halftime and postgame analysis for NBC's coverage of Notre Dame-BYU in Las Vegas
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San Francisco Mayor London Breed pledged for the second time in a year Wednesday to crack down on open-air opioid drug sales and rampant public drug use that she says is destroying the city. What's different this time, she said at a news conference, is that police officers have support from new District Attorney Brooke Jenkins and San Francisco Supervisor Matt Dorsey, both of whom she appointed and she says share her desire for accountability and enforcement. Chesa Boudin clashed with the mayo
Uganda's leader embarks on a damage-control exercise after a series of bizarre tweets by his son.
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The lieutenant was posthumously promoted to the rank of captain during today's funeral, a final honor from the department she served for 24 years.
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Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow acknowledged that there's an "inherent risk and danger" with playing in the NFL.
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Two Democratic senators urged the Education Department to strengthen regulations against excluding kids from class because of behaviors related to a disability — a practice known as informal removal. Since the pandemic began, parents of kids with disabilities say the practice is on the rise, denying their kids the legal right to an education. Disability rights advocates and legal experts say the removals likely circumvent protections for these children, who are not supposed to be disciplined b
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Ukrainian forces recently liberated the town of Lyman from Russian control as part of an ongoing counteroffensive. The bodies of two Russian soldiers lying close to the shattered remains of their vehicles marked their failed retreat.
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After more than two weeks of investigating, a person is now in custody in connection to the murders of two North Carolina high school students.
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Even if it's not a huge purchase, we think it was good to see that Jay Hughes, a Atrum Coal Limited ( ASX:ATU...
Ford Motor Co is raising the price of its electric truck F-150 Lightning Pro for the 2023 year model by nearly 11%, seeking to cushion the hit from ongoing supply chain snags and decades-high inflation, a spokesperson for the automaker said on Wednesday. The price of the new model has been set at $51,974 compared to $46,974 earlier, due to "ongoing supply chain constraints, rising material costs and other market factors," the spokesperson said. U.S. automakers including EV giant Tesla Inc and
Younger sister Kerry “was past due" and her older sister Jennifer was induced early, according to CBS station KYW-TV
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An extremely niche online community is getting attention because — drama, of course!
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Councilman Mitch O'Farrell's program is expected to provide up to $5,000 per household for renters in his district who make 80% or less of the area median income, or AMI.
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Former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva received two symbolic endorsements Wednesday as he seeks new allies ahead of an Oct. 30 runoff against incumbent Jair Bolsonaro to return to the country's highest office. Simone Tebet, a center-right candidate who came third in Sunday's election with 4% of the votes, and former President Fernando Henrique Cardoso, who remains highly respected in business circles, have both announced they will back da Silva, who is universally known as Lula.
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Canada's main stock index fell on Wednesday, but held on to much of its gains over the previous two days as major oil producers slashed production and investors awaited data at the end of the week that could offer clues on the outlook for interest rates. The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index ended down 135.90 points, or 0.7%, at 19,235.09, after climbing 5% over the course of Monday and Tuesday. Wall Street also dipped as Federal Reserve officials stuck to their hawkish message
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Ian's greatest impacts are in four heavily Republican counties critical for GOP efforts to win elections for governor and U.S. Senate.
U.S. stocks finish choppy session with losses, snap 2-day winning streak as investors assess positive economic data
U.S. stock indexes finished lower Wednesday, after reversing intraday losses, while data showed steady growth in private-sector jobs and in the service sector, indicating more scope for the Federal Reserve to continue to raise interest rates.
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This alcohol-free best seller is approved by the American Dental Association and keeps your breath fresh for up to 24 hours.
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Bubba’s Barbecue closed at the beginning of the pandemic. It serves slow-cooked Eastern NC-style barbecue, with brisket, ribs and sides.
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Joe Burrow's impassioned Heisman Trophy speech about poverty in his rural Ohio hometown has evolved into a foundation launched this week by the Cincinnati Bengals quarterback and his parents. The Joe Burrow Foundation will help provide food and attention to childhood mental health issues in Ohio and Louisiana, where he played college football. Burrow said the timing was right to launch the effort after the Super Bowl run by the Bengals brought high-profile attention to the quarterback and his
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Kansas vs TCU game preview, prediction, and breakdown for the Week 6 game on Saturday, October 8
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Sharifah Hardie has launched a crowdfunding platform, Support My Black Business, in an effort to raise $1 billion to help fund local Black businesses.
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Wanda Cooper-Jones, the mother of the late Ahmaud Arbery, said the rapper’s stunt made a mockery of the Black Lives Matter movement.
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Biden traveled to Florida Wednesday to tour the devastating damage left behind. DeSantis thanked the president for continued assistance from the federal government, which started prior to the storm even hitting on Sept. 28.
Marc Velez has joined UCP as senior vice president and head of development, Variety has learned. In addition, Naketha Mattocks has joined Universal Television (UTV) as senior vice president of drama development. In his new role, Velez will report to Jennifer Gwartz, executive vice president of UCP. He joins the studio from Lee Daniels Entertainment, […]
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If you’re in the market for a gentle comedy-drama in which nothing bad happens, then Ralph & Katie (BBC One) may be the thing for you. The Ralph and Katie of the title are newlyweds in a charming little town in the Lake District. The show is a spin-off from The A Word, the BBC series about a family living with autism, but don’t worry if you haven’t seen that, because this show stands on its own.