Donald Trump has said that he does “not believe” that he “forced Rupert Murdoch into retirement”. The chairman of Fox Corp and News Corp announced in a memo to staff on Thursday that he was retiring from his position at the helm of his right-wing empire and handing over the reins to his son Lachlan. There is ZERO Republican Leadership in the United States Senate.
The King and Queen have arrived in Bordeaux for the third and final day of their first state visit to France.
The U.S. Treasury Department on Friday said it was formally launching two new U.S.-China working groups on economic and financial issues aimed at providing a regular policy communications forum between the world's two largest economies. In a statement, the Treasury said the two groups would "meet on a regular cadence" and report to Yellen and Chinese Vice Premier He Lifeng. China's Ministry of Finance will be Treasury's counterpart for the Economic Working Group, while the People's Bank of China will be its counterpart for the Financial Working Group.
Although cold is the bigger killer, the ONS says heat-related deaths appear to have increased.
The Republican presidential hopefuls are set to go head-to-head on the debate stage for a second time in Simi Valley, California.
Three crocodiles saved a dog seeking refuge in a river - in a possible display of "emotional empathy". A report published in the Journal of Threatened Taxa outlines how a young dog was observed being chased by a pack of feral dogs and entered the shallow waters of the Savitri River, in India's Maharashtra. The dog had not spotted the three mugger crocodiles floating nearby, which began edging closer to what appeared to be certain prey.
Delilah has been at Belfast Zoo for more than 30 years.
Jurgen Klopp has been speaking to the media before Liverpool's Premier League match against West Ham on Sunday. Klopp says he is "massively" enjoying the moment right now and has been "excited" about the rebuild of the team since they returned for pre-season.
Joey Watkins, now in his early forties, was charged with murder, possession of a firearm and stalking
Dawn Martin also purchased the Murdaugh’s family camera which contained images of “happier times”
Watchdog also investigating constable for offences including common assault
TORONTO — Ontario Premier Doug Ford says Labour Minister Monte McNaughton is leaving government. Ford says McNaughton is going into the private sector. McNaughton has been a legislator for Lambton-Kent-Middlesex since 2011. He has been a key ally to Ford by drumming up support from private sector unions in the construction industry. The news comes a day after Ford pledged to return protected Greenbelt lands his government had selected to be removed in order to build housing. Two cabinet minister
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OTTAWA — Statistics Canada says retail sales rose 0.3 per cent to $66.1 billion in July, helped by the strength of sales at supermarkets and grocery stores. However, the agency says its early estimate for August suggests retail sales fell 0.3 per cent for that month, though it cautioned the figure would be revised. For July, Statistics Canada says sales at food and beverage retailers gained 1.3 per cent as supermarkets and other grocery retailers, except convenience stores, rose 1.5 per cent and
The “Encino Man” and “Bio-Dome” actor appears eager to sweat to the oldies, noting: “I’ll see you at the Academy Awards 2025.”
Volodymyr Zelensky has vowed to liberate the eastern city of Bakhmut and two other cities in a secret plan.
Sophia Huang appear in court, been seen since their 2021 arrest in Guangzhou.
Police searching for two men who fled car that overturned in residential street notorious for speeding
Archaeologists uncover workings, walls and tools dating back to the Iron Age at the site.
The Energy Department is announcing a $325 million investment in new battery types that can help turn solar and wind energy into 24-hour power it said Friday morning. The funds will be distributed among 15 projects in 17 states and the Red Lake Nation, a Native American tribe based in Minnesota. Batteries are increasingly being used to store surplus renewable energy so that it can be used later, during times when there is no sunlight or wind.