The Big Ten's smallest stadium is about to get much smaller.
The president thanked the late Indiana Republican Jackie Walorski and asked if she was present
Labor unions and some U.S. lawmakers are pressing airlines not to resume stock buybacks after a COVID assistance prohibition expires this week. Representative Peter DeFazio, a Democrat who chairs the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, is holding a hearing on Thursday on investing in transportation workers that will discuss the issue. DeFazio is circulating a letter to colleagues seen by Reuters that urges airlines to "refrain from initiating stock buybacks ... at least until air carriers are able to publish and fulfill schedules that meet demand; staff flights and key personnel positions appropriately; and return service to every community."
Parker Finn’s directorial debut, which opens in theaters Friday, adapts his own 11-minute short into a jump scare-rich thriller about a hospital emergency ward therapist, Dr. Rose Cutter (Sosie Bacon), whose visit with a newly admitted patient rapidly turns gruesome. The young woman (Caitlin Stasey), beside herself with fear, suddenly flashes an ear-to-ear smile before slicing an ear-to-ear cut across her neck. The devilish grin is both the movie’s poster-ready image and an impossible-to-miss metaphor for putting a bright face on unexamined pain.
Although the field is not quite set, tickets for the 2023 Women's World Cup co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand go on sale next month. Ticket package sales begin on Oct. 6 and run through Oct. 12 for sponsor Visa cardholders, then Oct. 13-21 for others. The draw is set for Oct. 22 in New Zealand. Single match tickets will go on sale on Nov. 1 for next summer's tournament, which opens July 20. An expanded field of 32 teams will take part, including the two-time defending champion United States
AUSTIN, Texas, September 28, 2022--The UFCU Board of Directors is pleased to announce the selection of Michael Crowl as the next Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and President of UFCU.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — They've become a familiar sight along the wide commercial corridors of America — empty buildings once filled by big retailers who have closed their doors, in part because many of their customers shop online. Now, two new laws in California would let developers build housing on that land and largely prevent revenue-hungry local governments from stopping them. Gov. Gavin Newsom signed two laws Wednesday that would open up much of the state’s commercial land for residentia
"It is a consideration I have had for quite a long time," Queen Margrethe said of stripping her four grandchildren from their prince and princess titles
The country singer on a brush with death, standing up to sexism, and her "celebratory" new album.
Hurricane Ian has made landfall on Florida’s Gulf coast, pummeling the shore with 150mph winds, sparking catastrophic flooding and knocking out power for thousands of homes.
Louise Fletcher won an Oscar as Jack Nicholson's screen nemesis Nurse Ratched in 1975's "Once Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest."
Patrick Alex Newborn, 35, will be sentenced Dec. 8 by Sedgwick County District Judge Jeffrey Syrios, the district attorney’s office said in a tweet.
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — With his ever-present smile, tireless approach and long list of accomplishments in the net, Marc-Andre Fleury has always embraced a heavy workload. The Minnesota Wild sure haven't shied away from leaning hard on their new — and 37-year-old — goalie. After arriving in a deadline-day trade in March and re-signing with the Wild in July, the guy everyone calls “Flower” is still fully abloom as he begins his 19th season in the NHL. “They say, ‘You play,’ I play, unless maybe I’
In the spirit of the spooky season, Academy Award-winning director Guillermo del Toro will debut the first two episodes of his all-new horror anthology series, “Cabinet of Curiosities,” on Netflix Oct. 25. For the three days that follow, two more episodes will be released each day until all eight episodes are available for streaming. Del […]
Four Cuban migrants swam to shore in the Florida Keys, and three others were rescued from the ocean after their boat sank Wednesday, shortly before Hurricane Ian made landfall in southwest Florida,. But it’s possible that 20 more people are still missing, officials said.
Clean energy fund manager Glennmont Partners has launched a 250 million euro ($241 million) green credit fund to invest in clean energy and infrastructure assets, it told Reuters. Glennmont Partners raises long-term capital to invest in low-carbon power generation projects, such as wind, biomass, solar and small-scale hydropower plants. Last week, the company launched a 700 million euro renewable energy infrastructure fund to invest in brownfield clean energy projects across Europe.
EDMONTON — The office of Alberta's Child and Youth Advocate has released a report into the deaths of 15 young people in government care and most involved drugs. Of the deaths that took place between October 2021 and March 2022, nine were a result of confirmed or suspected drug toxicity and 12 were Indigenous youth. Ages ranged from six to 19 years old. In 2021, the advocate's office called for the United Conservative Party government to develop a youth-specific opioid and substance use strategy,
The US singer said she had known the 50-year-old musician ‘not just as a superstar’ but also as a husband and father.
A group of courageous firefighters found themselves in chest-deep waters Wednesday afternoon while trying to salvage life-saving equipment from a flooded fire truck after Hurricane Ian made landfall in southwest Florida.
City of Ames deems Main Street building 'dangerous'