Isolated rain chances for the Valley until Sunday.
Isolated rain chances for the Valley until Sunday.
Only former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie sought to attack the Republican frontrunner.
The mood is about to shift, the hours grow longer and the already high sense of urgency somehow amp up even more as the United Nations climate summit heads into its final week. Every sentence, every word — especially those about the future elimination of planet-warming fossil fuels — will matter at the U.N. conference in oil-built Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. Professional negotiators who have been working on getting options into shape will turn over their work to senior national officials, many at minister levels, who will have to make the tough political choices.
Time is running out for DeSantis, Christie, and Ramaswamy to break away from the pack
Democratic views on how President Joe Biden is handling the decades-old conflict between Israelis and Palestinians have rebounded slightly, according to a new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research. The shift occurred during a time in which Biden and top U.S. officials expressed increased concern about civilian casualties in the Gaza Strip, emphasized the need for a future independent Palestinian state and helped secure the release of hostages held by Hamas during a temporary truce. Fifty-nine percent of Democrats approve of Biden's approach to the conflict, a tick up from 50% in November.
PHOENIX (AP) — The Arizona Diamondbacks and pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez have agreed to an $80 million, four-year contract, according to a person with direct knowledge of the deal. The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity Wednesday night because the team had not announced the move. Rodriguez gives the National League champions another quality starter for their rotation. The 30-year-old left-hander spent the past two seasons with the Detroit Tigers and went 13-9 with a 3.30
MOOSE JAW, Sask. — Chase Wutzke made 21 saves to lead the Red Deer Rebels to a 5-1 win over the Moose Jaw Warriors on Wednesday night in the Western Hockey League. Kai Uchacz scored an empty-net goal and pitched in two assists while Dwayne Jean Jr., Evan Smith, Frantisek Formanek and Talon Brigley also scored for Red Deer (13-11-3). The Rebels led 2-1 until late in the third period before scoring twice into an empty net and adding another goal for good measure. Jagger Firkus scored the lone goal
Jonathan Marchessault scored his 200th career goal and Jack Eichel added a goal and an assist, leading the Vegas Golden Knights to a 6-3 victory over the St. Louis Blues on Wednesday night. Zach Whitecloud, Keegan Kolesar, Michael Amadio and William Karlsson also scored for Vegas, and Logan Thompson had 26 saves.
National League champions add left-handed starter Eduardo Rodriguez, bolstering an already strong rotation.
The Chinese military is escalating its slow-motion invasion of the South China Sea, including large parts of the Philippines’ exclusive economic zone. And that’s having some unintended consequences for the Chinese Communist Party.
Traditionally unpopular carbon taxes could be achieved with regulatory compliance, IMF head tells Cop 28
Britons return to comfort food like fish and chips, chicken kyiv and macaroni cheese as food prices rise at fastest rate since 1970s
The paper-thin script on this mystery drama about a suspicious death makes for a very long watch. It’s a shame, seeing as it features stars like Top Boy’s Jasmine Jobson and Phil Davis
Safe drinking water is becoming ever harder to come by, with disastrous consequences for those who can’t afford it
It’s tempting to spend more than you can afford in December. But there are ways to avoid the festive hype and still enjoy yourself – from DIY cards to gifts of time
Security aid is in jeopardy as US Republicans insist on new US-Mexico border security measures.
It's another edition of 'Stat Nerd Thursday' with Dalton Del Don and Matt Harmon. The two provide one stat you need to know for every team in the NFL heading into Week 14. Del Don and Harmon also preview the TNF matchup between the Pittsburgh Steelers and New England Patriots.
At a Frank Sinatra-themed restaurant in the lobby of Encore, a luxury hotel and casino on the Vegas strip, Colombian musician J Balvin sat down to discuss his interest in Formula One. Balvin was the only artist at last month’s Las Vegas Grand Prix to perform twice doing their motorsport weekend — for him, it was an opportunity to participate in a global sport as a global musician. It also allowed him to tease his latest single, the reggaeton track “Amigos,” on the Sphere, the largest LED screen on Earth.
A gunman opened fire at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Wednesday, killing three and injuring another in a "heinous" incident that shattered the peace of the campus, officials said. The gunman, who law enforcement officials have not named, went floor to floor in Beam Hall and was only stopped by campus police officers who engaged him in a shootout, according to the authorities. "What happened today is a heinous, unforgivable crime," Sheriff Kevin McMahill said during a news conference.
At least three people were killed and a fourth critically injured after a shooting at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) on Wednesday, December 6, police said.Police added that the suspect had also been found dead.The first gunshots were reported shortly before 12 pm in Beam Hall, where a business school is located, according to UNLV officials. About 30 minutes later, police responded to additional gunshots in the Student Union building, they said.Writing on X, Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman called the shooting “tragic and heartbreaking.”By Wednesday evening, police did not release details about the victims, the suspect or a possible motive.Footage filmed by X user @tiannarandle shows groups of people running from campus across a highway on Wednesday afternoon. Credit: @tiannarandle via Storyful
Deputies of the ASEAN+3 group of nations agreed on Thursday to the establishment of a new regional lending facility to respond to emergencies in the region, Japan's Vice Finance Minister for International Affairs Masato Kanda said. Establishment of the new facility and its specific content will be formally confirmed at their ministerial gatherings scheduled next spring and summer, he told reporters after the group's two-day meeting in the city of Kanazawa, northwest of Tokyo. The new facility was meant to complement the existing webs of multilateral currency swaps known as Chiang Mai Initiative Multilateralisation (CMIM) at a time of crisis.