Congress raises nation’s debt limit, but deadlines loom

Congress raises nation’s debt limit, but deadlines loom

WASHINGTON —  The House raised the nation’s debt ceiling on Tuesday, averting a default for about three months but setting up a tougher political hurdle for Democrats at the end of the year. The bill ...

‘No case for re-joining EU’ stresses Sir Keir Starmer

‘No case for re-joining EU’ stresses Sir Keir Starmer

Sir Keir Starmer has stressed earlier today that there is “no case” for the UK re-joining the European Union. During a call-in show with BBC Radio Newcastle, the Labour leader explained: “We have exit...

Two men exonerated over assassination of Malcolm X | News | DW

Two men exonerated over assassination of Malcolm X | News | DW

New York District Attorney Cyrus Vance announced on Wednesday that his office was throwing out the convictions of two men who had been found guilty of the 1965 assassination of civil rights leader Mal...

Release Of Oil Reserves Will “Make A Difference”: US President Joe Bid…

Release Of Oil Reserves Will “Make A Difference”: US President Joe Bid…

Joe Biden has seen his popularity sink amid a surge in fuel prices and overall inflation. (File) Washington: President Joe Biden said Tuesday that the release of strategic oil reserves by the United S...

Counting stars in Orion can help beat light pollution – here’s how to …

The UK countryside charity CPRE is asking for help with its Orion Star Count 2022 project. You can take part this weekend by counting how many stars you can see in Orion and letting them know the resu...

How Puerto Rico became the most vaccinated place in America

How Puerto Rico became the most vaccinated place in America

Florida shares thorough connections with Puerto Rico as home to the territory’s largest diaspora community on the US mainland. But when it comes to Covid-19, the two places have little in shared. Whil...

The Times announces Sustainability SMEs and NGOs winners of its £1m ad…

The Times announces Sustainability SMEs and NGOs winners of its £1m ad…

The team from Creating Tomorrow’s Forests, which is aiming to raise biodiversity in Somerset and Devon. From left, Nick Hollingworth, Elisabeth Boivin, Simone Webber and Toby Brusey The Times and The ...

Ukraine LIVE: 'Little progress' Putin stuck after 100% of st…

Ukraine LIVE: 'Little progress' Putin stuck after 100% of st…

VLADIMIR PUTIN has deployed nearly all of Russia’s troops across the Ukrainian border but they have not made “a lot of progress”, according to the US defence office. Click: See details

The Sun announces Natasha Clark as ecosystem Correspondent

The Sun announces Natasha Clark as ecosystem Correspondent

The Sun has appointed Natasha Clark as its official ecosystem Correspondent. The long-lasting role builds on her appointment earlier this year as dedicated COP26 correspondent. Natasha will also conti...

Itis Itis Rovers dig thorough for win at Scalby, Seamer hit Goal Sports fo…

Itis Itis Rovers dig thorough for win at Scalby, Seamer hit Goal Sports fo…

Jensen Bradbury, yellow and blue kit, scored for Seamer in the 6-0 win against Goal Sports. Both sides had chances early on, George Wilson’s shot looked to have put Scalby in front but the ball got st...

All the Great Early Black Friday Deals obtainable Right Now – Updated

All the Great Early Black Friday Deals obtainable Right Now – Updated

Amazon Echo Dot 3rd Gen for £38 (£2 off) For now, the Dot’s only £2 off but, you can whack in a code (see the product page) to get another free too, so it isn’t half bad—reducing a product that’s alre...

Myanmar coup: Rogue Indian state opens schools to refugee children

Myanmar coup: Rogue Indian state opens schools to refugee children

In the village of Farkawn, India, a one-floor school sits on a hill with a large playground. From the wooden benches of her tiny classroom, Vaniangcer can see the mountains that rule to Myanmar. Her h...

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