Here are some of today’s major headlines.
President Donald Trump announced Sunday morning in a televised address at the White House that the “world’s number one terrorist leader” is dead.
On Sunday morning, President Donald Trump announced that ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi had died as a result of a US raid in northern Syria. And then he kept talking. And taking questions. And more questions.
EU announces Brexit delay: European leaders announced they will grant the UK a three-month Brexit extension on Monday. PM pushes for election: Boris Johnson will try to secure a snap general election, with Parliament voting on his request later.
China’s richest man says he’s ready to take on The Money Team.
Beijing’s much-hyped (CNN) – Daxing International Airport (PKX) has now lived up to its name with the first flights departing to foreign climes. The Zaha Hadid-designed airport opened just ahead of country-wide celebrations of the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China on October 1.
As captain’s performances go it probably wasn’t the one Arsenal manager Unai Emery was looking for when he appointed Granit Xhaka skipper of the Gunners in September.
A great white shark that weighs over 2,000 pounds and measures 15 feet, 5 inches long has been swimming along the US East Coast.
“Joker,” the gritty comic book film about the origins of the crazed Batman villain, has become the highest-grossing R-rated film of all time.
Written by Jack Guy, CNN Saskya Vandoorne, CNN Contributors Oscar Holland, CNN A lost 13th-century masterpiece has sold for almost 24.2 million Euros ($26.8 million), just months after it was found hanging in a French kitchen. “Christ Mocked,” by the Florentine painter Cimabue, sold for more than four times the pre-sale estimate at an auction in Senlis, north of Paris, on Sunday.
President Donald Trump was greeted with a chorus of boos, some cheers and a “Lock him up!” chant during Game 5 of the World Series between the Washington Nationals and the Houston Astros Sunday night.
Former Vice President Joe Biden once again defended his son, Hunter Biden, during an interview with “60 Minutes” on Sunday, saying he didn’t do a “single thing wrong” and pledging that should he be elected none of his children would serve in his administration. “He’s a grown man,” Biden said.
An Iowa woman died on Saturday after she was injured in a gender-reveal stunt gone wrong. The Marion Country Sheriff’s Office told the Daily Iowegian that an explosion during the announcement led to flying debris, which hit the victim, a 56-year-old woman who has not been publicly named.
Yes, it’s probably time to get used to the penta camera (meaning a five-sensor camera) moniker. Xiaomi has teased (via Android Authority) a new smartphone called the Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro (an unusually awkward name for Xiaomi), that boasts a pretty impressive feature: a 108-megapixel, penta rear camera with 5x optical zoom.
There’s no crying in baseball, but sometimes there is booing. Donald Trump turned up to Nationals Park to see the Washington Nationals take on the Houston Astros in Game 5 of the World Series on Sunday, while the first innings were already underway.
Planning your viewing for next month? Then be sure to consider everything new on HBO Now. On the TV front, the streaming service will deliver new episodes of and , as well as the premiere of His Dark Materials .
RED’s Hydrogen project is no more. Founder Jim Jannard said so on the company’s forum (via The Verge), saying he’ll be “shutting down the HYDROGEN project, ending a career that has included Oakley, RED Digital Cinema and HYDROGEN.” He also announced his retirement due to “a few health issues.”
Ah, the open road. Nothing beats it. Wind in your hair, sun shining down. And wait, what’s that? Two humans on a motorbike being operated by a smiling dog? If you’re not on the internet to see random videos of dogs driving motorbikes, then why are you here?