The GOP is trading people who vote more frequently for people who vote less frequently, while the Democrats are doing the opposite — and that trade-off may be magnified in midterm elections.
“I feel so good turning 50, and this is about expressing that sense of energy and optimism.”
A slight shift was also made on the pages for Prince William and Kate Middleton, the new Prince and Princess of Wales
Ian strengthened into a major hurricane Tuesday as its track moved east into Central Florida.
- Seahawks Wire
On the bright side, their ex isn't doing much better.
- Business Insider
Ex-CIA officer says Putin is 'completely cornered' and the chances of him using tactical nuclear weapons in Ukraine are increasing 'by the day'
"I think the chances of his deescalating are close to zero," Robert Baer, a former CIA case officer, told CNN on Tuesday.
Week two saw Sarah Michelle Gellar tearfully cheering on her best friend Selma Blair, Teresa Giudice dedicating her dance to her late father and one couple's chemistry raising eyebrows
In Katie Nicholl's upcoming book "The New Royals," she writes that Queen Elizabeth intervened when Meghan Markle clashed with a royal staffer.
Kate Middleton Will Receive the Majority of Queen Elizabeth’s Jewelry Collection—But There’s a Catch
The royal family has been sorting through Queen Elizabeth’s affairs ever since she passed away at age 96. They already confirmed that her corgis have found a new home, but the world is wondering what will happen to Her Majesty’s jewelry collection. Tim Graham Picture Library/Getty Images Kate Middleton will reportedly receive the “lion’s share” of Queen Elizabeth’s accessories. However, King Charles’s wife Camilla Parker Bowles (aka the Queen Consort) will get to pick first. Max Mumby/Indigo/Get
- The Advocate
Buttigieg did not come to play.
- Fox News
Prince Harry was 'obsessed' with Archie's private birth, Meghan thought ordeal was 'barbaric': royal expert
Prince Harry was "obsessed" with keeping his first child's birth a secret from the media and public. Archie was born to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in May 2019.
- The Gainesville Sun
See where Hurricane Ian is, where it's headed and how it may affect Gainesville.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Originally Wanted to Move to a "Suite of Apartments" in Windsor Castle
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry wanted to move into Windsor Castle before the Queen offered them Frogmore Cottage, which was a "big deal."
Adults Are Sharing The Now-Discontinued Foods From Childhood They Would Give Anything To Eat Again, And I Haven't Thought About Ritz Bitz S'mores In Sooo Long
"One of my earliest memories is when I was five years old, sharing one of these with my childhood best friend. I would do anything to find them again now."View Entire Post ›
Trump has called several GOP donors who contributed money to Ron DeSantis asking them to stop boosting the Florida governor: report
Former President Trump has tracked appearances made by DeSantis, while also monitoring the governor's poll numbers, per The Washington Post.
- Women's Health
Bella Hadid has been making the most of the quarantine sunshine, and posted a series of revealing bikini pics, showing her underboob on Instagram to prove it.
Designers big and small embraced the trend probably as a reaction to looming uncertainty.
- Miami Herald
Video shows the suspect fumbled to explain his shotgun.
- The Daily Beast
Hannah McKay - WPA Pool/Getty ImagesPrince Harry was so unhappy with his life as a working royal that Meghan’s work in helping him find an escape route should be recognized, a source has said.In his new book, Courtiers: The Hidden Power Behind the Crown, which is being serialized by The Times of London, Valentine Low cites “a surprising source—someone who knows Harry well but remains upset about what Harry and Meghan did”—as saying: “There is a part of me that thinks Meghan did Harry the greates
- Dolphins Wire
These players could help out for a week or two, or they could be season-long difference-makers.
- Ukrayinska Pravda
STANISLAV POHORILOV - TUESDAY, 27 SEPTEMBER 2022, 11:54 Dmitry Medvedev, Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council believes that Russia can launch a nuclear strike on Ukraine with impunity, since NATO countries will not take retaliatory steps, worrying about their own security.