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Which RB will play better in Week 5?
Which RB will play better in Week 5?
Sustainability musician AY Yong performs Creep Creep at the Saudi Green Initiative
Mikel Arteta has backed Eddie Nkeitah to become a “top, top player” and is hoping that will be at Arsenal after he struck in the Carabao Cup fourth-round win over Leeds. The Gunners secured a 2-0 victory as Calum Chambers scored just 21 seconds after coming off the bench before former Leeds loanee Nketiah tapped in. It was just the 22-year-old’s second appearance of the season, his first coming in the third-round success over AFC Wimbledon, and he is out of contract in the summer.
Revealed: 60% of Americans say oil firms are to blame for the climate crisis. While a strong majority of Americans believe global heating is happening, a new Guardian poll shows sharp partisan divides
A powerful nor’easter storm dumped several inches of rain in New York City and nearby areas, causing flash flooding along roadways on October 26.As of Tuesday afternoon, the storm had dropped 2.73 inches of rain in Central Park, while Newark received 3.08 inches and LaGuardia airport in Queens tallied 2.15 inches, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).This footage, taken in Queens on Tuesday morning, shows vehicles driving through floodwater.The NWS forecast that the storm system would continue to impact the region through Tuesday evening. Credit: @NYCdeb8tr via Storyful
President Joe Biden escapes bruising political turmoil at home for the more convivial world of diplomacy at twin summits in Europe this week -- but the experience could be just as frustrating.
Former Facebook employee Frances Haugen has left Parliament after taking questions from MPs and peers about social media and the UK’s proposed Online Safety Bill.
Scottish city ready for ‘unprecedented’ disruption to transport network
Levitating moon lamp or mini-waffle maker? Um, yes please.
Comedian Dave Chappelle - whose Netflix special sparked a backlash for its comments about the LGBT+ community - has doubled down on his remarks and hit out at "cancel" culture. Chappelle, one of the biggest names in American comedy, told his audience that "gender is a fact" in his hour-long Netflix special The Closer. In his first public remarks since the controversy, he posted on Instagram that he was willing to discuss his show with members of the transgender community but added that he is "not bending to anybody's demands".
Jordan's King Abdullah II of Jordan has traveled to Poland for talks with Polish President Andrzej Duda
White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said the US is ‘deeply alarmed’ by reports of a coup in Khartoum
Animal Rebellion campaigners scale a UK government building in Westminster ahead of COP26 climate summit in Glasgow next week. The group demands an end to subsidies for meat and dairy farming in a protest against environmental changes.
‘I was holding her in my arms while she was dying,’ says Serge Svetnoy
"I am just the same, unselfconfident person I was," Svetlana Tikhanovskaya told Sky News in August last year. A day later she would appear in an emotional video recorded clearly under duress where she said she had over-estimated her strength, that she was "still the same weak woman that I was" and would be leaving Belarus. "I was threatened with my children," she tells Dermot Murnaghan in the Sky News Daily podcast.
Australia will aim for net zero carbon emissions by 2050 but will not pass legislation about the goal. Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the government would instead rely on consumers and companies to push towards emission reductions. Australia had so far refused to join countries such as the UK and US in pledging to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 ahead of the COP26 climate conference in Glasgow next week.
Budget 2021: key points at a glance. Rishi Sunak is delivering his budget – here are the main points, with political analysis
SpaceX is resolving toilet spills in its capsules before it launches another crew for NASA
Ministers should resign for briefing out details of the budget in advance of the chancellor's address to MPs on Wednesday, the Speaker has suggested. Sir Lindsay Hoyle made his feelings known in the Commons after a weekend of announcements revealing the contents of Rishi Sunak's budget. "At one time, ministers did the right thing if they briefed before a budget - they walked," he said.
Foreign tourists will soon roam Cambodia's ancient Angkor Wat temples once again, after officials on Tuesday flagged a partial reopening to vaccinated travellers.
Germany, Denmark, Ireland and six other European countries said on Monday they would not support a reform of the EU electricity market, ahead of an emergency meeting of energy ministers to discuss the recent price spike. European gas and power prices soared to record high levels in autumn and have remained high, prompting countries including Spain and France to urge Brussels to redesign its electricity market rules. Nine countries on Monday poured cold water on those proposals, in a joint statement that said they "cannot support any measure that conflicts with the internal gas and electricity market" such as an overhaul of the wholesale power market.