FIFA head says fans 'will survive' without beer at World Cup
DOHA, Qatar (AP) — FIFA president Gianni Infantino downplayed Qatar's last minute ban on the sale of beer at World Cup stadiums as nothing more than a brief inconvenience to spectators.
Edmonton doctor who over-billed Alberta Health more than $800k sentenced to four years in prison
Edmonton Dr. Yifei Shi who over-billed Alberta Health for more than $800,000 in a single year has been sentenced to four years in prison.
Western US cities to remove decorative grass amid drought
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A group of 30 agencies that supply water to homes and businesses throughout the western United States has pledged to rip up lots of decorative grass to help keep water in the over-tapped Colorado River.
Russia envoy says Ukraine dragging NATO into war with Poland missile strike
Russian Ambassador Anatoly Antonov told Newsweek that Ukraine is "trying to provoke a direct military clash between the Russian Federation and NATO."
The Tantrum at Twitter Reveals How Privileged the Liberal Laptop Class Is
You're being asked to show up to work and you tell your boss no—and you're the victim here? It's hard to explain how bizarre this sounds to blue collar workers.
Idaho murder victim's sister says she called man 7 times night of slayings: Report
The sister of Kaylee Goncalvez, one of the four University of Idaho homicide victims, says she called a man named Jack six times before she was killed.
Massive snowstorm dumps 5 ft. of snow on Western NY, two dead from shoveling
A massive snowstorm has dropped more than five feet of snow in Western New York, and at least two people died while shoveling. The National Weather Service (NWS) reported that 66 inches fell in Orc…
Trump Says He’s ‘Not Going to Partake’ in Being Charged by Special Counsel
That’s not how the legal system works. After the Justice Department announced Friday it was appointing Jack Smith as special counsel to handle two cases involving former President Trump, Trump has begun laying out his legal defense.
Nancy Pelosi Reflects On the Not-Quite-End of An Era
An interview with the outgoing House Speaker. Ever since the election, Nancy Pelosi says, congressional Democrats have been begging her to remain as their leader. Of course, she knew what they were really doing: currying favor, just in case.
Attorney General Merrick Garland names special counsel to oversee federal Trump investigations
The announcement comes three days after Trump announced his 2024 presidential campaign.
The 9 Most Batshit Revelations From FTX's Bankruptcy Filing
When it comes to FTX, how bad can things get? Apparently the answer to that question is: pretty friggin' bad.
Hundreds of employees say no to being part of Elon Musk’s ‘extremely hardcore’ Twitter
Hundreds of Twitter’s remaining employees have resigned ahead of Elon Musk’s “extremely hardcore” cultural reset of the company, according to internal Slack messages seen by The Verge and employee tweets.
Ukraine softens stance on Poland missile explosion as Kyiv and its NATO partners stress Russia to blame
After denying the blast just inside Poland's border could have been caused by his country, Ukraine's leader focuses on his demand to join the investigation.
Go wild for the last time in your life
Are you the best man and the groom-to-be has entrusted you with planning his farewell-to-freedom party? If that is your case, we have a plenty of bachelor party activities that you may make use of while planning your event.
UK's Hunt hikes taxes, tightens grip on spending in tough budget
British finance minister Jeremy Hunt announced a string of tax increases and tighter public spending in a tough budget plan on Thursday that he said was needed after the blow dealt to the country's fiscal reputation by former prime minister Liz Truss.