Empty shelves were seen in a supermarket in Largo, Florida, on September 26, ahead of the anticipated arrival of Hurricane Ian, which was tracking near western Cuba on Monday night.Pinellas County officials said evacuations had been ordered and that temporary shelters had been set up in Largo.The National Hurricane Center (NHC) upgraded Ian to a category 2 hurricane after it recorded wind speeds of over 100 mph.The NHC warned of life-threatening conditions developing along Florida’s west coast, with areas from Fort Meyers to Tampa Bay most at risk. It said tropical storm conditions could be expected in central-west Florida by Tuesday evening, with heavy rainfall forecast for the Florida Keys and southern Florida. Credit: 606 Storm Chasing via Storyful
The original 2015 inquest into the death of Sally Mays, 22, was quashed by the High Court last year.
At least 120 people were arrested in protests in the capital of Russia’s Dagestan province on September 25 after President Vladimir Putin announced the partial military mobilisation of citizens for the war in Ukraine. Videos shared online show Dagestan residents, often women and minorities, fighting back against police, who attempted to quell crowds by force.
Leader of League seen as potential threat to stability of government after vote swing to Brothers of Italy
The opening date for a new restaurant at the Glasgow Fort has been revealed.
The Bank of England says it "will not hesitate to change interest rates as necessary" after markets reacted badly to the chancellor's tax-cutting mini-budget. In a statement, the Bank said it was "monitoring developments in financial markets very closely in light of the significant repricing of financial assets". It came after the pound fell to a record low against the dollar, sparking market speculation that the regulator may be forced to intervene and raise interest rates further than previously announced.
Wartime operative Krystyna Skarbek, lauded by Churchill, will serve as a symbol of the cultural ties between the allies
She also urged Labour to be more clear on their pay rise stance.
Democrats in Florida are trying to make inroads with Latino voters by focusing on gun safety
There was already a row about when a crunch planning document would be voted on. Now, a decision on fracking has prompted further comment.
The TV presenters were falsely accused of jumping the queue to see the Queen lying-in-state which has seen a huge backlash against them
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The United States will provide $457.5 million in new civilian security aid for Ukraine, a portion of which will be used to support the government's investigation of atrocities, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Monday. The aid is designed to help Ukrainian law enforcement and criminal justice agencies, Blinken said in a statement. "A portion of this new assistance will also continue U.S. support for the Ukrainian government’s efforts to document, investigate, and prosecute atrocities perpetrated by Russia’s forces, drawing on our long-standing relationship with Ukrainian criminal justice agencies," the U.S. top diplomat said.
Steve Thompson is in Hull, about to give a motivational speech to a firm of solicitors. You can imagine what they think they are about to hear. After all, the 44-year-old was a central part of the England team that won the 2003 Rugby World Cup, 19 years ago; a moment that still remains a pinnacle of the country’s sporting history. But if the lawyers lining up outside the hotel where he will speak have come expecting a flourish of anecdotes about what exactly it was the captain Martin Johnson sai
Rob Duncombe, chief pharmacist at The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, is to take on the running event dressed as an oak tree.
Labour will pledge to "build British industry" through the use of a state-owned investment fund during the second day of the party's conference in Liverpool on Monday.
The Royal Navy’s flagship dropped anchor within sight of the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbour on Sunday.
The King arrived for a church service in Ballater, Scotland on Sunday morning, as the Royal Family’s period of mourning draws to a close. Charles III attended the Crathie Kirk Church, a regular place of worship for the royals when staying at nearby Balmoral.
A maritime design company has revealed design plans for a new zero-emission electric “flying” ferry that will begin a pilot service between Belfast and Bangor. Designed by Artemis Technologies, the EF-24 Passenger vessel uses cutting-edge hydrofoil technology to sail above the waves. The company has described the design as a "game changer," as raising the hull above the water cuts drag with estimated fuel cost savings of up to 85 per cent compared to diesel-powered vessels.
Susanna Reid jokes about shadow chancellor Rachel Reeves' haircut. Source: Good Morning Britain, ITV
Wednesday’s session is committee’s last chance to show potential culpability of Donald Trump before midterm elections