Former Jackson Academy star shines in Ole Miss scrimmage
Former Jackson Academy star shines in Ole Miss scrimmage
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Chris Davidson has been remembered as "one of the most naturally talented surfers" Australia has seen.
The cost of charging an electric car using public charge points on a pay-as-you-go basis has risen by 42% in just four months, according to the RAC. Latest figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders show the rapid increase in sales of new pure electric cars has slowed in recent months.
Good Grief Gathering in Lee's Summit helps families who've lost children
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The Broncos escaped with a win in an ugly game.
Japanese stocks kicked off the final week of the quarter on a negative note, as investors resumed trading after an extended weekend to markets that were dented by Japanese authorities' currency intervention and the collapse of the British pound. The Nikkei was down 1.97% at the break on Monday after slipping as far as 26,515.06, its lowest level since July 14. Stock markets tracked broader Asian peers lower as the U.S. dollar soared and bond yields strengthened amid increasing fears of a global recession.
Tropical Storm Ian was forecast to rapidly gain strength Sunday and threatened to slam Florida's west coast later in the week.
TOKYO (AP) — Asian shares were mostly lower Monday, reflecting pessimism over weakness on Wall Street as the squeeze by central banks around the world to curb inflation weighs on investor sentiment. Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 dropped 2.1% in morning trading to 26,587.08. Australia's S&P/ASX 200 dipped 1.3% to 6,489.80. South Korea's Kospi dropped 2.4% to 2,234.15. Hong Kong's Hang Seng edged up 0.6% to 18,039.95, while the Shanghai Composite gained 0.1% to 3,092.30. “Momentum may follow from t
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WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — New Zealand on Monday marked the death of Queen Elizabeth II with a public holiday, a moment of silence and an official memorial service. The South Pacific nation is among 14 outside of the United Kingdom that continue to recognize the British monarch as their symbolic head of state. New Zealand had decided to wait until after last week's funeral in Britain to hold its own commemoration. Hundreds of mourners sat on parliament's grassy grounds on a sunny afternoon t
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Sterling plunged by 4% in early Asia trade to the lowest level since decimalisation in 1971.
House select committee will hold another public hearing on Wednesday to examine Capitol attack
The Yankees star is trying to claim a batting title and secure the Triple Crown.
Louisville fertility clinic hosts baby reunion
Tropical Storm Ian brings travel woes for Bengals superfan
Prominent Chinese commentator Hu Xijin said on Sunday that as China ponders its COVID-19 policies, epidemic experts need to speak out and China ought to conduct comprehensive research and make any studies transparent to the public. Hu's unusual call on Chinese social media for candour and transparency earned him 34,000 likes on the popular Twitter-like microblog Weibo, as well as frank responses from netizens in a normally tightly policed internet quick to censor voices deemed a risk to social stability. China's top leaders warned in May amid the COVID lockdown of Shanghai and widespread restrictions in the Chinese capital Beijing that they would fight any comment or action that distorted, doubted or repudiated the country's COVID policies.
The hack happened over the summer, but the attorney general's office said they were informed about it last week.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern led a state memorial service for Queen Elizabeth II on Monday, saying the Pacific nation has had "a deep connection" with her as New Zealand paid tribute to the late monarch. Hundreds watched the state memorial service outdoors on the screens set on the Parliament grounds in Wellington, the national capital, as the closed-door ceremony began with a minute of silence at the Cathedral of Saint Paul. "Today, we have gathered to acknowledge the deep connection New Zealand has had to her late majesty the Queen for more than 70 years, a connection grounded on her first visit in 1953," Ardern said, as she read excerpts from a souvenir book about the Queen's trip from December 1953 to January 1954, the first of her ten journeys to the country.