Former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO Admiral James Stavridis joins Andrea Mitchell to explain Vladimir Putin’s interest in controlling the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, as Russian forces have turned the facility into a fort and shelling around the plant heightens concerns of nuclear catastrophe. “It’s a ticking time bomb,” says Stavridis. “This is playing with fire and Vladimir Putin has parked his forces there because he sees it as kind of a sanctuary, thinking the Ukrainians aren't gonna launch a lot of missiles or HIMARS at them. He thinks he's scaring the Europeans, and he is, and they should be scared about a radiation leak. And thirdly, he believes he can cut off 20% of the electric power to the country of Ukraine.”
King Charles' nickname for Meghan Markle was revealed in a new book, and she earned it "because of her toughness and resilience."
Antonio Brown shades Tom Brady by posting photo of himself hugging quarterback's wife amid divorce reports
Page Six reported on Tuesday that Brady and supermodel Gisele Bündchen, who have been married since 2009, have both retained divorce lawyers.
The Georgia Republican accused the transportation secretary of trying to “emasculate the way we drive” by supporting electric cars.
- Business Insider
The Navy just deployed its $13 billion aircraft carrier, which was both commissioned and panned by Trump, who ranted, 'it just doesn't look right'
The US Navy's newest aircraft carrier, USS Gerald R. Ford, set off on its first deployment on October 4, after it was commissioned five years ago.
- Ukrayinska Pravda
"237 projectiles in 40 minutes": Ukraine's Defence Intelligence intercepts conversation about Ukrainian counteroffensive in the south
"UKRAINSKA PRAVDA" - WEDNESDAY, 5 OCTOBER 2022, 12:59 Ukrainian intelligence has posted an intercepted phone call in which a Russian occupier is telling his brother in Russia about the Ukrainian counteroffensive in Kherson Oblast.
After losing their second quarterback in as many weeks, the Patriots turned to a familiar face that has already won a Super Bowl with the team to help bolster a QB room searching for healthy bodies. No, it’s not Tom Brady.
The former president's legal team “made the mistake of using a word that they have not used before," said "The Last Word” anchor.
King Charles was reportedly "irritated" that Kate Middleton got more attention than he did thanks to her chic fashion sense.
- The Hill
The next named storm of the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season is Julia.
- Ukrayinska Pravda
VALENTYNA ROMANENKO - TUESDAY, 4 OCTOBER 2022, 11:46 The Chief Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defence of Ukraine says that more than 2,000 Russian soldiers have contacted them over the past few weeks asking for an opportunity to surrender.
The former House speaker offered up a bizarre defense of the Senate candidate.
Kate Middleton and Prince William first started dating in college—a time where drama is hard to avoid.
Plus, she shows off her Parisian It girl style.
- Broncos Wire
The Broncos are bringing in Latavius Murray after losing Javonte Williams to a season-ending knee injury.
- Good Housekeeping
'Today' show co-host Hoda Kotb told Jenna Bush Hager she's ready to be set up on a blind date after ending her engagement to Joel Schiffman earlier this year.
- Women's Health
Alexandra Daddario is in Paris, and she took a moment to go nude and makeup free in an Instagram selfie. Alex believes her skin health is tied to mental health.
Florida alligators and snakes are swarming around unlivable homes that have been ravaged by Hurricane Ian: fire official
"There are a lot [of] places that are not livable," Sanibel Fire Chief William Briscoe told CNN. "There are alligators running around."
- Tacoma News Tribune
The former baseball player and coach has a couple World Series Championships under his belt.
- Idaho Statesman
Rare, elusive animals chased a mother bear and her cubs across the rugged terrain of the Teton Wilderness, photos show.
- USA TODAY
This Florida woman survived her 'biggest mistake' in Hurricane Ian. Why experts say many others didn't
The rising Florida death toll from Hurricane Ian is further proof that people's vulnerability and misinformation play a role who lives and who dies.