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HAVANA (AP) — Hurricane Ian tore into western Cuba as a major hurricane Tuesday and left 1 million people without electricity, then churned on a collision course with Florida over warm Gulf waters … more
Both parties opposed the measure on energy permits, which critics said would gut environmental protections The US Senate was expected on Tuesday to hold a key procedural vote on a funding bill … more
Relegated England end group campaign with Germany draw Southgate: ‘We have talked about how the shirt feels’ Gareth Southgate has admitted some of his younger England players felt the … more
Morata hits 88th-minute winner; Armenia scare the Irish Northern Ireland avoid drop; Sesko hits Van Basten-style volley Spain snatched a place in the Nations League final four after Álvaro … more
Storm bearing down on Florida nixes session that had been expected to feature footage of Trump ally Roger Stone The House January 6 select committee has postponed what was expected to be its … more
The nature of this cruelty for Scotland supporters demonstrated how far their team has progressed under Steve Clarke. With a point needed from this meeting to seal promotion from Nations League … more
Legislation would clarify and expand parts of 1887 Electoral Count Act and aim to avoid repeat of January 6 insurrection The Senate Republican leader, Mitch McConnell, said on Tuesday he would … more
Mirage Secret Garden and Habitat temporarily shut after third dolphin fatality in five months A dolphin habitat at a hotel on the Las Vegas Strip has been temporarily closed after the third … more
WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Denmark said Tuesday it believed “deliberate actions” by unknown perpetrators were behind big leaks, which seismologists said followed powerful explosions, in two natural … more
While the Labour leader spoke to a party that smells power again, some big obstacles remain in the way In Keir Starmer’s first radio interview after becoming Labour leader he was asked what … more
Opposition leader says Tories have ‘lost control’ and Labour is now the party of ‘sound money’ Keir Starmer pledged to establish a publicly owned energy company in his first year in … more
Two nuclear plants’ lives extended as country copes with loss of Russian gas and shortage of French electricity Germany’s planned exit from nuclear power by the end of this year has been … more
The in-charge and the observers sequentially conveyed the occurrences from Sunday in the nine-page report. more
Yesterday, global tech giant Infosys launched the Infosys Digital Center in downtown Calgary and announced that it will bring 1000 jobs to the city and double its workforce commitment across Canada … more
Coffee Briefings are timely deliveries of the latest ITWC headlines, interviews, and podcasts. Today’s Coffee Briefing is delivered by IT World Canada’s editorial team! Missed last week’s … more
The UK is set to experience some of the “heaviest rain and strongest winds” it has seen so far this autumn. more
POLITICALLY, the turmoil on the finance markets couldn’t have come at a better moment for Labour, arriving just in time for the comrades’ annual showcase by the Mersey. more
CALLS have been made for a criminal probe following the latest allegations that the awarding of the ferries fiasco contract to Ferguson Marine was rigged. more
During the day the King and his wife will also host a reception at Edinburgh’s Palace of Holyroodhouse to celebrate British South Asian communities. more
All prices in USD. Intel’s 12th-gen “Alder Lake” processors were widely considered to be the turning point for Intel after it ceded ground for years to AMD. Now, the company’s 13th gen … more
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