The Fayetteville City Council is discussing whether to lower the speed limit on Bailey Lake Road from Strickland Bridge Road to Bingham Drive.
- Yahoo Celebrity
The "Levitating" singer shared snaps of herself and the Rolling Stones frontman on Instagram.
- The New York Times
ELK MOUNTAIN, Wyo. — The first time I showed the app to someone who had never used it, I had to gently extract my phone from the person’s hand. This happened the second time, too, and was followed by an email requesting the name of “that mapping program.” The app is called OnX. Its basic functionality is simple: OnX shows you where you are in real time, using a blue dot exactly the same as the one on Google Maps. The difference is that OnX is designed to show where you are in a forest, on a moun
SEOUL (Reuters) -North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said his country's ultimate goal is to possess the world's most powerful nuclear force, as he promoted dozens of military officers involved in the recent launch of North Korea's largest ballistic missile, state media reported on Sunday. The announcement comes after Kim inspected a test of the country's new Hwasong-17 intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), and pledged to counter U.S. nuclear threats with nuclear weapons on Nov. 18.
- Washington Post
Ten days after launching from the Kennedy Space Center, NASA's Orion spacecraft on Friday entered a distant orbit around the moon, completing yet another key milestone in a mission that space agency officials say has gone exceedingly well so far. Orion's thrusters fired at 4:52 p.m. Eastern time for a minute and a half, putting the craft into an orbit some 40,000 to 50,000 miles above the lunar surface. That orbit will place Orion on a path to break the record for the farthest distance from Eart
- The Columbus Dispatch
Ohio State quarterback C.J. Stroud posted decent numbers the two times he played Michigan, but knows the bottom line is he's 0-2 vs. the Wolverines.
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Outgoing Democratic House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer says the 'biggest change' he's seen in his congressional career is 'how confrontational Republicans have become'
I think the biggest change in the institution is how confrontational Republicans have become," Hoyer recently told The Washington Post.
Irene Cara, 'Fame' and 'Flashdance... What a Feeling' Singer, Dead at 63: 'A Beautifully Gifted Soul'
Irene Cara died in her Florida home this week, her publicist, Judith A. Moose, confirmed on Twitter Saturday
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With Neymar out for at least another match at the World Cup, Brazil coach Tite must now start thinking about a replacement — and this time he has plenty of options. Brazil is not as Neymar-dependent as it used to be, and Tite could go several different ways to replace the Paris Saint-Germain forward for Monday’s Group G match against Switzerland. Neymar hurt his right ankle in Brazil’s opening 2-0 win against Serbia on Thursday.
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Berhalter now has three days to implement a plan to optimize 90 minutes that will, in turn, breed moderate success or unambiguous failure.
- The New Voice of Ukraine
Any escalation of the war — not in the information space, but in physical space — could destroy the regime of the Belarusian usurper Alexander Lukashenko, adviser to the Belarusian opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, Franak Viačorka has told NV.
- Associated Press
A former college student who randomly killed a Florida couple in their garage six years ago and then chewed on one victim’s face finally goes on trial Monday, with a judge deciding whether he goes to prison for life or to a mental hospital. Austin Harrouff, 25, has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to two counts of first-degree murder and other charges for his August 2016 slayings of John Stevens, a 59-year-old landscaper, and his 53-year-old wife, Michelle Mishcon Stevens, who had retired after working in finance. The former Florida State University student has waived a jury trial, meaning Circuit Judge Sherwood Bauer will decide whether Harrouff was insane when he killed the couple, and seriously injured the neighbor who came to their aid.
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Former President Donald Trump hosted the rapper Ye and the Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes for dinner at Mar-a-Lago on Tuesday.
- The Guardian
Workers at Mississippi-based furniture company received text saying they were terminated right before midnight on 21 November
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After 63 minutes of dreadful soccer, Messi emerged from a crowded midfield to lift his nation out of impending despair.
- Miami Herald
A group of Florida-bound migrants, including almost 50 children, who reached the Florida Keys in a rickety sailboat from Haiti on Monday, resulting in a frantic federal, state and local rescue effort, have been returned to the Caribbean nation
Stephen A. Smith defended Jerry Jones over a 1957 photo of him in a group of men blocking the path of Black students attempting to desegregate a school.
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Kiffin had reportedly been a target of new Auburn athletic director John Cohen.
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The plane was bound from Houston to Columbus when it was diverted to Little Rock.
- Fox News
Top European officials expressed frustration and outrage toward President Joe Biden's green energy policies amid the ongoing war in Ukraine.