Vivek Ramaswamy was accused of “dumb” statements at the second Republican primary debate, as Donald Trump took flak for skipping it to deliver his own rally.
A catering company in Singapore, was fined $8,000 after 21 individuals fell ill with gastroenteritis from consuming food prepared by the company.
Gusts of up to 70mph had already been recorded in south-west Ireland
Pava LaPere, the founder and CEO of EcoMaps Technologies, was found brutally murdered in her apartment in Baltimore with police now hunting for suspect Jason Billingsley
China's leadership knows that sabre rattling around Taiwan to force an outcome to its liking in elections does not work and Beijing is not likely to try such actions ahead of January's presidential vote, the Taiwanese foreign minister said Thursday. China has never renounced the use of force to bring democratically governed Taiwan under its control, viewing the island as one of its provinces. In 1996, China lobbed missiles into the Taiwan Strait to try to intimidate the island's voters against voting for Lee Teng-hui as president, who Beijing despised for his perceived pro-independence sympathies.
‘Pathetic remnants’ of Wagner group scattered in different places in Ukraine, says eastern military spokesperson
The Sacramento Raceway Park is set to close before the end of the year, according to the owners, but the future of the property is still uncertain. The Smith family, which owns the racetrack, told KCRA 3 that they are talking with a potential buyer right now, and they hope to finalize a sale of the property by November. The owners said their decision to close is partly because of a back and forth with Sacramento County.
The stricken Chinese property giant suspends shares as reports emerge of its chairman being taken.
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Owners of tourist attraction say they ‘deeply regret’ incident and their thoughts are with those involved
Photo Illustration by Luis G. Rendon/The Daily Beast/GettyPay Dirt is a weekly foray into the pigpen of political funding. Subscribe here to get it in your inbox every Thursday.When Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas released a 2021 Kindle and Audiobook version of his best-selling 2007 memoir, a powerful longtime friend pitched in to juice the sales.But even with that boost—which The Daily Beast reported came from conservative dark money mastermind Leonard Leo—the sales apparently didn’t take
Padres' three-run 10th inning lead them to a 5-2 win
On the latest Planet Normal podcast, which you can listen to using the audio player above, columnists Liam Halligan and Allison Pearson are joined by transport consultant and rail expert, Jonathan Tyler to discuss the future of the high speed rail project HS2, after further delays to the Birmingham to Manchester leg of the journey.
LET’S UNPACK THAT : ‘Detachment game’ is the skill of knowing when and how to call time on a friendship – but few of us would call ourselves experts in it, writes Olivia Petter. But it might be just as important to think about as when you break up with a romantic partner
INTERVIEW: The author of award-winning alternative history novel ‘The New Life’ tells Louis Chilton how Wilde’s trial set back a moment of optimism
Liverpool had to come from behind to beat Championship leaders Leicester 3-1.
A New Mexico county halted the reinstallation of a 16th-century Spanish conquistador statue on Wednesday after protests over the return of the bronze figure, removed three years ago during nationwide anti-racism demonstrations. The northern county of Rio Arriba postponed a Thursday reinstatement ceremony after activists occupied a concrete pedestal in the city of Espanola, where the statue of Juan de Onate was set to be placed. Dozens of monuments to European colonizers and Confederate generals came down in 2020 during racial justice protests.
The lines are often long, but for people who are struggling to feed themselves and their pets, St. Mary's Food Bank is a vital resource.
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Shares of toll road operator Atlas Arteria fell 5% to hit their lowest in over 16 months on Thursday on fears that its French motorway might be hit with a new annual tax after the government there released its 2024 budget. The company, which develops and operates private toll roads, owns nearly 31% stake in France's 2,318-km Autoroutes Paris-Rhin-Rhone (APRR) tollway, its most profitable road. The French government on Wednesday released details on a new proposed tax regime for transport infrastructures, including motorways and airports, to raise money as it continues to invest in greener forms of energy.