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The Brown have played the first two weeks without Odell Beckham Jr.
A key fantasy basketball draft strategy is to pounce on players coming off a down year. Here are the top candidates to turn things around and get back on track this season.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau failed in his bid to win a Liberal majority government after a low-energy campaign in the middle of the pandemic, and party insiders see an increasing chance he will step down before the next vote. Trudeau, 49, called Monday's election two years early seeking to benefit from his government's handling of COVID-19. Four senior Liberals said there was no sign of a coordinated move to oust Trudeau, who has imposed tight control over a party known for previous bouts of infighting.
As concerns about Chinese property giant Evergrande defaulting on its debt continue, one expert says that Chinese authorities are unlikely to bail out the company.
The Taliban have asked to address world leaders at the United Nations in New York this week and nominated their Doha-based spokesman Suhail Shaheen as Afghanistan's U.N. ambassador, according to a letter seen by Reuters on Tuesday. Taliban Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi made the request in a letter to U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Monday. Muttaqi asked to speak during the annual high-level meeting of the General Assembly, which finishes on Monday.
A curious kangaroo crew investigated a bubble-filled pool at the San Antonio Zoo in Texas, as part of a sensory enrichment experience.This video shared by the zoo, who said it was filmed on September 20, shows the kangaroos tasting the nontoxic bubbly water, sneezing, and pawing at their noses.The Mr Bubble–filled pool was a “new form of sensory enrichment,” the zoo told Storyful. “Introducing new sights, smells, and tastes into their environment for them to investigate provides mental stimulation.” Credit: San Antonio Zoological Society via Storyful
Ayesha Curry is just effortlessly stunning!
Everybody turned on the TPP In 2016. But there are more reasons than ever to join a trade pact meant to counter a growing and menacing China.
Yahoo Finance's Jennifer Schonberger breaks down what the sanctions from the U.S. Treasury could mean for cryptocurrencies.
With China's Evergrande crisis still brewing, traders also turned their attention to the start of the Federal Reserve's latest two-day monetary policy-setting meeting.
Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives advanced a bill on Tuesday that would protect the right to abortion and annul some new restrictions passed by Republican-controlled state governments. If the "Women's Health Protection Act" passes the Democratic-controlled House, it is unlikely to succeed in the 100-member Senate, where Republicans also are a minority but hold enough votes to prevent it from reaching the 60-vote threshold to pass most legislation. Democrats sent the bill to the full House after a law took effect in Texas early this month that almost completely bans abortion in the state.
“NCIS: Hawai’i” scored big for CBS on the first Monday of the fall TV season (a feat achieved even with the competition with all of the other networks back with originals and ESPN’s “Monday Night Football.”) The police procedural, which stars Vanessa Lachey, Yasmine Al-Bustami, Jason Antoon, Noah Mills, Tori Anderson and Kian Talan, was […]
Carli Lloyd and the national team continue their post-Olympics tour on Tuesday night.
A Michigan woman has been charged with murder days after her 3-year-old daughter’s body was found with stab wounds inside a garbage bag, authorities said.
Facing growing tensions with the United States, Chinese leader Xi Jinping reiterated his nation's longtime policy of multilateralism on Tuesday, telling world leaders at the United Nations that disputes among countries “need to be handled through dialogue and cooperation." "One country’s success does not have to mean another country’s failure," Xi said in a prerecorded speech.
One of the new contestants seemed awfully familiar.
World leaders gathered in New York on Tuesday for the United Nation’s General Assembly with a focus on fighting the pandemic. So it was perhaps curious that the first speaker was Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, a vaccine skeptic who appeared to openly break the U.N.’s honor code simply by walking in the door. Under the code, U.N. officials asked that all who enter the hall be vaccinated – though they did not require proof. The far-right leader, who had COVID last year, has bragged about not getting the shot, saying his immune system is strong enough to fend off contracting it again. In his U.N. address, Bolsonaro appeared conciliatory by saying he does support the vaccine, but immediately pivoted to stress he remains against requiring it for Brazil’s citizens – despite slipping poll numbers at home for his handling of the pandemic. He also doubled down on his support of the use of the controversial drug hydroxychloroquine, normally used to treat malaria, that emerged early on as a potential treatment for COVID but has since been dismissed by many health officials as ineffective and potentially harmful. “We don't understand why so many countries - along with most of the media - positioned themselves against the early treatment. History and science will hold everyone accountable." While Bolsonaro walked the halls of the U.N. unvaccinated – even hugging Secretary-General Antonio Guterres – the rest of New York may not have not been as welcoming. With no one allowed into the city's restaurants without proof of vaccination, Bolsonaro and his aides appeared to settle for slices of pizza on the sidewalk, as a photo posted to social media by two of his Cabinet ministers showed. Next to speak at the U.N. after the Brazilian leader was his polar opposite when it comes to fighting COVID – U.S. President Joe Biden – but not before the podium was completely sanitized with a hefty wipe-down.
Luis Suarez scored twice, including an injury-time winner, as Atletico Madrid came from behind to beat 10-man Getafe 2-1 and move top of La Liga on Tuesday.
A Netflix documentary about Britney Spears is one step closer to reaching the screen, as a trailer teaser for the film “Britney Vs. Spears” confirms. In the 18-second clip, Spears is heard leaving a message for an attorney in 2009. A trailer is expected to drop on Wednesday, Sept. 22. The documentary is being directed […]
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