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Top 20 CNN
- At least five children have been killed in a school shooting in the western Russian city of Izhevsk, Russian state media reported Monday.
- Former Australian surfer Chris Davidson has died aged 45 after being punched outside a pub in Australia.
Top 20 New York Times
- by Steven ErlangerGiorgia Meloni, poised to be the country’s first far-right leader since Mussolini, says she supports Ukraine and has moderated her harsh views on Europe, but there are doubts, given her partners.
- by Valerie HopkinsAn unidentified gunman entered a school in the city of Izhevsk, killing six adults and seven children, according to federal investigators.
- by Jason HorowitzHer nationalist party was the top vote-getter, leaving Ms. Meloni poised to be Italy’s first female prime minister and the first with post-Fascist roots.
- by David LeonhardtTimes reporters make sense of what’s happening.
- by Sabrina Tavernise, Nina Feldman, Stella Tan, Michael Simon Johnson, Patricia Willens, Marc Georges, Marion Lozano, Dan Powell and Chris WoodThere are some surprising reasons why millions fewer U.S. children are growing up poor today compared with 30 years ago.
- by Mattia FerraresiGiorgia Meloni couldn’t turn Rome into Budapest even if she wanted to.
- by Chris GeidnerRepublican Dominic Rapini is unlikely to become Connecticut’s secretary of state, but election-denying candidacies like his are still damaging.
- by Bruce SchneierWe need strong regulations that force organizations to maintain good security practices.
- by Daisuke Wakabayashi and Claire FuMore electric cars will be sold in the country this year than in the rest of the world combined, as its domestic market accelerates ahead of the global competition.
- by Lauren Hirsch, David McCabe, Katie Benner and Glenn ThrushA draft agreement with the Biden administration to keep the Chinese-owned video app operating in the United States is under review. That could mean more wrangling.
- by Nate CohnA simpler explanation for a Democratic turnaround.
- by Gail Collins and Bret StephensHe is not the only politician in America, even if it sometimes feels that way.
- by Adam LiptakIn a surprising filing, state chief justices opposed an argument pressed by Republicans — that state legislatures may set federal election rules unconstrained by state constitutions.
- by Kori SchakeWe have let Russian threats determine our actions, which encourages Russia and others to test our resolve.
- by Daniela J. LamasPost-Covid care has become a luxury.
- by Margaret RenklTo be read to is a form of holiness.
- by Jim Tankersley, Alan Rappeport and Ana SwansonU.S. manufacturing is experiencing a rebound, with companies adding workers amid high consumer demand for products.
- by Jack Nicas and André SpigariolBrazil’s Supreme Court has acted as the primary check on President Jair Bolsonaro’s power. Now many are worried the court is posing its own threat.
- by Azeen GhorayshiSmall studies suggest that breast removal surgery improves transgender teenagers’ well-being, but data is sparse. Some state leaders oppose such procedures for minors.
- by Ashley SouthallPeople who have been punished for marijuana offenses are applying to open the state’s first retail cannabis dispensaries.
Top 20 Huffington Post
- The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback made a massive mistake in the closing seconds against Green Bay.
- The shooting took place in a school in Izhevsk, a city about 600 miles east of Moscow in the Udmurtia region.
- The truth is… hiding in plain sight???
- The host of "Last Week Tonight" says the Florida governor can't even come up with his own bad ideas.
- "We’re in the hospital now, but with this pain, I can’t do the show tonight," the rapper posted on Instagram.
- The "butt punt" incident took place… of course… in the end zone.
- The former GOP governor said Trump was antagonizing prosecutors with "nonsense arguments on television."
- If the Earth is flat, Donald Trump is president.
- Trump's claim he could declassify files with his mind doesn't "demonstrate much intelligence of any kind," the lawmaker said.
- The demonstrations sweeping Iran and the rest of the world are just the latest in a powerful resistance against the politicizing and policing of women’s bodies.
- Help centers struggling to aid "high" numbers of victims who now face the prospect of being forced to have their rapists' babies under harsh Texas law.
- The Democratic congressman said he's worried the Justice Department is not approaching the probe with the same level of urgency that Congress is.
- "I have so many rich friends and nobody knows who they are," Trump said of his post-White House life, according to an excerpt from Maggie Haberman's upcoming book.
- Authorities in Cuba suspended classes in Pinar del Rio province and said they will begin evacuations.
- The "Pitch Perfect" star reminded fans that he is not the Maroon 5 singer despite their similar names.
- The singer is returning to her ass-kicking roots in the upcoming Netflix thriller.
- Speaking in Texas, Gavin Newsom said the party is "getting crushed" by Republicans partly because they are too timid and forced to play defense.
- Roc Nation Management, which manages the singer, confirmed her participation in the annual festivities to HuffPost.
- Russia's call-up of troops, sham referendums and nuclear threats are "not signs of strength or confidence," the White House's national security adviser said.
Top 20 Fox News
- A Pennsylvania man previously convicted of setting a house fire in Pittsburgh that killed a child and two women faces life in prison without the possibility of parole.
- The Mega Million's estimated jackpot is $325,000,000. The Powerball estimated jackpot is $285,000,000. The Lucky For Life numbers for Sunday, Sept. 25 are 04-05-17-39-41.
- Fox News contributor Newt Gingrich slammed the Biden White House for living in a 'fantasy world' as Americans battle crime and inflation ahead of midterms
- Rep. Bill Johnson, R-Ohio, ripped Democrats on 'Fox & Friends First' Monday after former Hillary Clinton drew comparison between a recent Trump rally and Hitler speeches,
- Dozens of people ransacked a Wawa convenience store in Philadelphia on Saturday. Footage shows throngs of people throwing food and trash around the store.
- The Mega Million's estimated jackpot is $325,000,000. The Powerball estimated jackpot is $285,000,000. The Cash 5 numbers for Sunday, Sept. 25 are 13-17-20-21-27.
- Mega Millions jackpot is $325,000,000 and Powerball reaches $285,000,000. North Carolina's Lucky For Life lottery numbers for Sunday, Sept. 25 are 4-5-17-39-41, Lucky Ball: 15
- The Mega Million's estimated jackpot is $325,000,000. The Powerball estimated jackpot is $285,000,000. The Cash4Life numbers for Sunday, Sept. 25 are 06-13-35-43-53.
- The Mega Million's estimated jackpot is $325,000,000. The Powerball estimated jackpot is $285,000,000. The Cash4Life numbers for Monday, Sept. 26 are 06-13-35-43-53.
- Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarett explains why Democrats' rhetoric against pro-life activists is leading to an uptick in violence.
Top 20 USA Today
- by Margaryta Tkachenko and her three children live in their war-destroyed home in Izium, a city held by Russian forces until two weeks ago. (Sept. 26) (AP Video/Vasilisa Stepanenko)
- Ian could become 'catastrophic' Category 4 hurricane; Florida Gov. DeSantis declares state of emergency: What we knowbyTropical Storm Ian strengthened into a hurricane Monday and threatened to slam Florida's west coast later in the week.
- by Experts told USA TODAY the racist history of recreational swimming leaves Black people less likely to learn to swim.
- by Long before he built one of the far-right largest anti-government militia groups in U.S. history, whose members would eventually storm the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, Stewart Rhodes was a promising Yale Law School graduate. (Sept. 26)
- by The Japanese leader who normalized relations with China 50 years ago feared for his life when he flew to Beijing for negotiations that were opposed by many in Japan. (Part AP video shot by Haruka Nuga) (Sept. 26)
- by The energy crisis is accelerating the installations of solar panels by residential communities in Spain. New legislation is allowing so-called energy communities to generate renewable power collectively. (Sep. 26 – Irene Yague)
- by Fiona, now a post-tropical cyclone, made landfall in Atlantic Canada early Saturday with hurricane-force winds and heavy rain.
- by Iranian Americans in Atlanta demonstrated on Sunday in support of protesters in Iran. (Sept. 25)
- by Here's the latest for Sunday, September 25th: Florida prepares ahead of strengthening Tropical Storm Ian; Fiona sweeps away houses, knocks out power in Canada; Boat capsize in Bangladesh kills at least 24; A fire at world's biggest produce market in Paris.
- by Highlights of this day in history: JFK and Nixon participate in TV's first presidential debate; Cuba ends Mariel boatlift; Composer George Gershwin, poet T.S. Eliot and tennis star Serena Williams are born; 'West Side Story' hits Broadway. (Sept. 26)
- by Ecuador dance group, a stage for inclusion
- by Highlights of this day in history: Black students are escorted into Little Rock's Central High School; President Woodrow Wilson collapses; Author William Faulkner is born; TV's Barbara Walters and movie actor-producer Michael Douglas are born. (Sept. 25)
- by Italians voted Sunday in an election that could move the country's politics sharply toward the right during a critical time for Europe, with war in Ukraine fueling skyrocketing energy bills and testing the West's resolve to stand united against Russian aggression.
- by A look at the day's best photographs from around the world.
- by The Canadian Hurricane Center called Fiona a "potential landmark weather event" for the region as it hits eastern Canada.
- by Puerto Rican migration to the U.S. mainland soared after Hurricane Maria. Will Hurricane Fiona and lingering economic strife bring another wave?
- by Argentina's government has joined the dispute between shop owners and the local manufacturers of popular but scarce Qatar 2022 World Cup sticker albums. (Sept. 25)
- by SpaceX on Saturday launched 52 Starlink satellites into low-Earth orbit. Starlink is a space-based system that SpaceX is building to bring internet access to underserved areas of the world. (Sept. 24)
- by United Launch Alliance on Saturday launched the last Delta IV Heavy rocket from the West Coast of the United States. (Sept. 24)
- by Ian became a tropical storm Friday. Forecasters say it may strengthen into a hurricane with the potential to hit Florida in coming days.
Top 20 Reuters
Top 20 Politico
- During two-day trip to the Middle East, the chancellor balanced securing energy supplies and raising human rights concerns.
- by Hannah Roberts and Giorgio LealiProjections suggest Giorgia Meloni will be Italy’s first female prime minister, leading a coalition with 42 percent of the vote.
- by Zoya Sheftalovich“To defend Russia and our people, we doubtlessly will use all resources at our disposal,” Putin said. “This is not a bluff.”
- by Steven ShepardWe rated every race in play in the midterms. Here’s who we think will win.
- by Burgess EverettMike Franken was giving GOP incumbent Chuck Grassley a tough challenge. Then a conservative website published a police report filed by his former campaign manager.
- by Steven ShepardDemocrats seem to be doing better than expected with voters. But if the polls are wrong, they could be disappointed in November — again.
- by Adam CancrynJoe Biden is ready to hype his economic success story. But inflation and other market factors could spoil the tale.
- by Andy BlatchfordCanada’s prime minister insists he’s not going anywhere. His foreign affairs minister is among those contemplating what comes next.
- by Jordain CarneyRepublicans' frosty relationship with the FBI hit a breaking point with the agency's Mar-a-Lago search. They're readying some 2023 blowback.
- by Arek SarkissianWhile the storm may weaken or change its current path, the governor urged people to begin preparing for a major weather event that could leave many Floridians without power for days.
- by Olivia Olander“I do think our relationship is special, and it’s increasingly important,” the United Kingdom's new prime minister said Sunday.
- by Oriana PawlykThere’s probably little the Federal Aviation Administration can do to stop DeSantis from continuing the flights, people familiar with the agency’s legal authorities say.
- by Zach Montellaro and Megan MesserlyGovernors are newly powerful when it comes to abortion, and Democrats are spending big to remind voters in November.
- ‘Other Places in the Country Didn’t Do This’: How One California Town Survived Covid Better Than the Restby Victoria ColliverWhat would the pandemic have been like if testing had been more available? The college town of Davis, Calif., offers some clues.
- by Associated Press“This storm has the potential to strengthen into a major hurricane and we encourage all Floridians to make their preparations,” Gov. DeSantis said in a statement.
- by Nahal ToosiThe disapproval was evident in world leaders’ speeches and Russia’s lean schedule this past week at the United Nations.
- by Associated Press“Only when China is fully reunified can there be true peace across the Taiwan Strait,” Wang Yi, China’s foreign minister, said at the U.N. General Assembly.
- by Megan MesserlyAbortion-rights advocates are expected to appeal the decision.
- by Associated PressStocks tumbled worldwide Friday on mounting signs the global economy is weakening just as central banks raise the pressure even more with additional interest rate hikes.
- by Joseph GedeonTrump’s embrace of the conspiracy theory is growing stronger. An extremism expert is worried.
Top 20 Yahoo News
Top 20 Los Angeles Times
- by Kevin RectorHamid ul Rahman and Masooda Qazi, both lawyers in Kabul before the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, are now seeking new legal careers in the U.S.
- by Melissa GomezOfficials said 16 homes were damaged or destroyed after a mudslide Sept. 12. One woman was found dead in her home.
- by Sonja SharpAlso known as dorado, the fish are prized as much for their tasty flesh as for their acrobatics on the line.
- by Teresa WatanabeAs most University of California campuses start classes this month, the acute shortage of affordable housing is pushing many students into desperation, including living in trailers or working multiple jobs to cover high rents.
- by Mackenzie MaysGov. Gavin Newsom on Sunday vetoed Senate Bill 70, saying it had a "laudable" intent but would cost California up to $268 million a year.
- by Andrew J. Campa, Ruben VivesCrowds gathered Sunday at the Sherman Oaks Galleria in remembrance of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini, whose death has sparked a global outcry.
- by Hannah FryAuthorities said they obtained an arrest warrant after learning that Dallas Marsh was also allegedly "making criminal threats to kill specific individuals, specified law enforcement officers."
- by Hannah WileyCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom signed two laws Sunday that will make it harder to sell stolen catalytic converters.
- by Ruben VivesThe San Bernardino Sheriff's Department said a deputy shot a knife-wielding man.
- by Deborah NetburnOur hope is that we can help make the cascade of threats to your mental health a little easier to manage.
- by Hailey Branson-PottsThe COVID-19 pandemic unexpectedly saved one of the smallest public schools in California, even as enrollment is plummeting elsewhere.
- by Louis SahagúnIn at least one place with the offending name — the unincorporated town of Squaw Valley near Kings Canyon National Park — discussions about what the name should be have already grown heated.
- by Erika D. SmithL.A. mayoral candidate Rick Caruso has called on Bass to prove she was a responsible gun owner. But voters could very well see it as sexism or racism.
- by Kevin RectorTask force begins tackling question of how to structure California's reparations program for Black residents whose families suffered from slavery.
- by Dakota Smith, Melissa GomezWith a rising number of animal surrenders and staffing shortages at L.A. Animal Services, small animals face neglect, volunteers say.
- by Anh DoIn the next year, survivors and their descendants will make a pilgrimage to the Japanese American National Museum in Little Tokyo to stamp the names of their loved ones.
- by Irfan KhanUCLA's annual volunteer day expanded this year, uniting more than 2,000 Bruins and Trojans in more than 60 volunteer projects.
- by Matthew OrmsethA heat wave is coming to Los Angeles County next week, with temperatures expected to reach triple digits from the beaches to the San Gabriel Valley.
- by Alice ShortA psychologist and expert in trauma urges professionals and parents to take a holistic approach to healing our children.
- by Grace TooheyStanford researchers found that California will need a drastic increase in infrastructure to support daytime charging, which will make better use of solar energy.