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Federal stimulus, rising Covid-19 inoculations, and a jump in confidence readings help seed bullishness. Contrarians aren’t impressed.
The 63-year-old comedian announced that she will end her eponymous talk show after 19 seasons in 2022.
As rockets from Gaza streaked overhead, Arabs and Jews fought each other on the streets below and rioters torched vehicles, a restaurant and a synagogue in one of the worst spasms of communal violence Israel has seen in years. The mayor of the mixed town of Lod, which saw the worst of the violence Tuesday, compared it to a civil war or a Palestinian uprising. Arab experts and activists say the violence was fueled by unrest in Jerusalem that has brought Israel to the brink of another Gaza war, but is rooted in deeper grievances that go back to the founding of the state.
The Grand Old Party looks set to take a momentous step, writes Andrew Buncombe
North Carolina freshman mocked for celebrating removal of House Republican Conference chair by quoting song from 1969
Republicans officially ousted the daughter of the former vice president from her leadership role on Wednesday
‘It was really hot. I don’t think they would have made it if I hadn’t found them,’ says farmer Jimmy Hobbs
The workers were alleged threatened with pay cuts and arrests if they spoke to outsiders
The Preakness Stakes is only a few days away and if you're not going to Preakness, which most of aren't, now can you still bet on the race if you want to.
‘We need to stop the masks, stop the vaccines and stop Covid-19 from controlling our lives,’ Ms Greene says
Four months later, Republicans deny there was an insurrection at the Capitol on 6 January and condemn law enforcement investigations into ‘peaceful patriots’ who stormed the halls of Congress
About 24.8 per cent of North Carolina gas stations are out of fuel
Programme allows residents to travel between islands without receiving a negative Covid test
Drew Robinson attempted suicide thirteen months ago and lost his eye in the process, but on Tuesday night he hit a home run in triple-A.
Two children could be seen leaping from the third floor of the four-storey School Number 175 to escape as gunshots rang out, in a video filmed by an onlooker that was circulated by Russia's RIA news agency.Calling the attack a big tragedy for the whole country, Rustam Minnikhanov, the head of the wider Tatarstan region, said there was no evidence that anyone else had been involved."We have lost seven children...four boys and three girls. And 16 people, 12 children and four adults, are in hospital," Minnikhanov told state TV. "The terrorist has been arrested. He's a 19-year-old who was officially registered as a gun owner."Kazan is the capital of the Muslim-majority region of Tatarstan and located around 450 miles (725 km) east of Moscow.
After idolizing her for years, 'Drivers License' hitmaker Olivia Rodrigo snapped a photo with her No. 1 inspiration, Taylor Swift, at the Brit Awards.
What to watch Tuesday, May 11: The season finale of 'Mayans M.C.' on FX; 'NCIS' on CBS; 'Chad' on TBS; Angels baseball; Dodgers baseball and more
Chicago Bulls’ loss lets Charlotte Hornets back into the NBA play-in
‘I’ve asked Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Hady Amr to go to the region immediately,’ Secretary of State Antony Blinken says
The Coral Gables City Commission voted Tuesday to move forward with a plan to sell a public parking lot for $3.5 million to a developer that would join the property with two adjacent lots for a new project.
Charlotte Hornets coach erupted at referees in third quarter against the Denver Nuggets.