More than 15,000 people in Arizona have registered to join a new political party floating a possible bipartisan “unity ticket” against Joe Biden and Donald Trump.
The brigade’s mission was to reclaim a village on the road to Bakhmut. But first they had to survive a forest filled with Russian soldiers.
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Indigenous people in Brazil shed tears of joy as the Supreme Court enshrines their land rights

Indigenous people in Brazil are celebrating after the country’s Supreme Court ruled to enshrine their land rights. The decision Thursday removed the imminent threat those protections could be rolled back. The ruling came in a lawsuit brought by Santa Catarina state, backed by farmers, seeking to block an Indigenous group from expanding the size of its territory. (Sept. 22) (AP video/Eduardo François)

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Bus taking high school students to band camp crashes, two dead

A charter bus carrying high school students to a band camp veered off a New York highway and tumbled down an embankment Thursday, killing two adults. New York State Police said five people were critically injured. (Sept. 22)

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McCarthy still won’t commit to new Ukraine aids after meeting with Zelenskyy

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is delivering an upbeat message to U.S. lawmakers in a whirlwind visit to Washington. But Zelenskyy was facing Republicans who are now questioning the flow of American dollars that for 19 months has helped keep his troops in the fight against Russian forces.

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Bob Ross’ first TV painting listed for $9.85 million

‘A Walk in the Woods’ was the subject of the inaugural episode of Bob Ross’s iconic show, “The Joy of Painting.” 40 years later, a Minnesota art gallery has listed the painting for sale in a bid get the artist’s work in front of the public. (Sept. 20) (AP video: Mark Vancleave)

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2 Chainz: new joint-Lil Wayne album is complete

Grammy winner 2 Chainz says his new collaborative studio album with Lil Wayne, expectedly titled “COLLEGROVE 2” is complete and will be out before 2023 ends. The Grammy winner, who also hosts Amazon Music Live, says this new season will include guests like global superstar Ed Sheeran, Latin star Feid and more to be named. (Sept. 21)

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Inside a Ukrainian brigade’s arrival to a village on the way to Bakhmut

The recapture of a war-ravaged settlement in the embattled east was a small territorial win for Ukrainian troops taking part in a churning counteroffensive marked so far by small victories but no major breakthroughs. The taking of Andriivka, 10 kilometers (6 miles) south of Russian-occupied city of Bakhmut, underscored how difficult the multipronged counteroffensive is shaping up to be. The Associated Press spent two weeks with the 3rd Assault Brigade for an intimate glimpse into life on the frontlines. (Sept. 21) (AP video: Mstyslav Chernov)

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Philadelphia sheriff disputes controller report that her office can’t account for nearly 200 guns

Philadelphia Sheriff Rochelle Bilal said at a news conference that the controller’s report released earlier this week contained “misleading statements,” and she questioned the controller’s review. (Sept.21) (AP Video : Tassanee Vejpongsa)

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New Brightline high-speed train links Miami and Orlando

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U.S. Ambassador to Japan Rahm Emanuel has accused China of using “economic coercion” against Japan by banning imports of Japanese seafood in response to the release of treated wastewater from the damaged Fukushima nuclear plant into the ocean, while Chinese boats continue to fish off Japan’s coasts.
Top 20 Global Concert Tours from Pollstar Week of 9/25/2023
Top-ranked Ireland’s meeting with No. 2 South Africa on Saturday night has the feel of a Rugby World Cup final when in reality it’s only their third match of the pool stage.
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Today in Sports, September 23 - Albert Pujols becomes fourth player in MLB history to hit 700 career HRs
This Date in Baseball, September 23 - Albert Pujols becomes fourth player in MLB history to hit 700 career HRs
Puerto Rico’s National Guard has been deployed to help fight a large landfill fire in the U.S Virgin Islands that has been burning for more than a week and which has forced schools and businesses to close.
Two Virginia Beach parents have filed a lawsuit seeking to force their local school system to adopt Republican Virginia Gov.
Bulgaria’s government has approved the purchase of U.S.-made Stryker combat vehicles to modernize the country’s land forces and bring them in line with NATO standards.
Cycling company Shimano is recalling some 760,000 bike cranksets in the U.S. and Canada due to a crash hazard that has resulted in several reported injuries.
A man wanted for a 2021 killing in Minnesota was mistakenly released from jail in Indianapolis last week and authorities are now offering a reward as they continue searching for him.
State Rep. Deon Tedder has won the Democratic nomination for an open South Carolina Senate seat by 11 votes.
Palestinian authorities say Israeli forces killed a Palestinian militant in the north of the occupied West Bank.
Norwegian authorities have dropped spying allegations against an unidentified 25-year-old foreign student and are now holding him on suspicion of a “serious financial crime.”
A Chinese dissident known for posting pictures on social media commemorating the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown says he had fled to Taiwan and pleaded for help seeking asylum in the United States or Canada.
Goals scored by Linda Caicedo, Sam Kerr and Bia Zaneratto at the Women’s World Cup are among 11 nominated by FIFA for the annual Puskas Award.
A Norwegian court has ruled that a man wanted by Rwanda for his alleged role in the African nation’s 1994 genocide can be extradited.
European Union antitrust enforcers have slapped Intel with a fresh $400 million fine in a long-running legal fight that the chipmaker appeared to have won last year.
Scotland coach Gregor Townsend has made two changes to his forwards and two among the backs in his side for the Rugby World Cup match against Tonga on Sunday in Nice.
Smog containing gases from a restive Philippine volcano has sickened dozens of students and prompted 25 nearby towns and cities to shut their schools as a health precaution.
Sue Redfern will become the first woman to stand as an umpire in a men’s first-class cricket match in Britain next week.
A long-standing border dispute between India and China has left three Indian martial arts competitors stranded at home and unable to make it to the Asian Games in Hangzhou while sparking a diplomatic row Friday between the two countries.
Many baseball fans, especially older ones, originally fell in love with America’s pastime by listening to ballgames on AM radio.
Schools for millions of students in Nepal are closed as tens of thousands of teachers protest in the capital against an education reform bill in parliament.
In the first Asian Games since the Taliban regained control of Afghanistan, two teams of athletes are arriving in the Chinese city of Hangzhou, looking very different.
Germany has hired Julian Nagelsmann to lead the men’s national soccer team. The German soccer federation is entrusting the former Bayern Munich coach with doing a better job than the last Bayern Munich coach who tried.
China and Syria have announced the formation of a strategic partnership as Chinese leader Xi Jinping kicked off a series of diplomatic meetings ahead of the upcoming Asian Games.
Swedish police say two people have been killed and two wounded in a shooting at a crowded pub northwest of Stockholm.
Marco Simone might be one of the more exciting courses in continental Europe to host the Ryder Cup because of short par 5s and reachable par 4s.