Complications continue for couples who have plans, or did have plans, to marry in the capital since the partial government shutdown.
As the shutdown approached record length, it was being felt by Americans in widely varying ways. For some, it is invisible; for others, its inescapable. Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair believes Britain will have to work hard to make the country attractive for investment after it leaves the customs union. Shares of General Motors rallied Friday after the No. 1 U.S. auto manufacturer lifted expectations ahead of the release of its 2018 results and sounded an optimistic tone for its business in 2019. Kyler Murray won the Heisman. Mason Fine of North Texas is about to be college footballs leading active passer. Hes two inches shy of six feet. The diplomatic dispute between Qatar and its neighbors once again roils sports. Last year, 830,000 people gave blood in England. But 200,000 new donors are needed to give blood every year to replace those who can no longer donate regularly due to things like ill health. A Reuters examination has found that widespread crop damage covering millions of acres of Midwestern farmland has its roots in weak regulatory oversight and corporate secrecy.
The search for love is back on in The Bachelor, and you can feel that high school nostalgia during Friday Night Lights. Some alternatives for frugal couples. Along with Windows 8, Microsoft's Surface RT tablet is here. The slate uses chips that typically power smartphones but Windows runs quite well on it and the hardware is extremely well made and -- dare I say it -- sexy? See for yourself in this early look.
Corporate investors from outside the auto industry are placing increasing bets on electric vehicles, vying with automakers and suppliers to bankroll startup companies working on everything from advanced batteries to charging devices and all-new EVs. A pizza chain in northern Russia begins to deliver pizza by Russian-made drones. Elly Park reports.
The pending withdrawal from Syria is the latest example of a broader American disengagement from the Middle East. Russia and Iran are filling the void.
An artists community evolves in upstate New York. Andrew Tinkler, the former chief executive officer of Stobart Group Ltd, has acquired a stake of about 10 percent in British regional carrier Flybe Group Ltd, Sky news reported on Friday. The Mets considered trading for J.T. Realmuto or signing Yasmani Grandal, but a burly guy nicknamed the Buffalo seemed the right fit. Why rugby? Because its tackling techniques emphasize use of the shoulder, which increasingly appeals to football coaches leery of concussions. Even in Texas. They take months or even years to create. 'I don't even measure. I just do it by feel.' Outside observers said another presidential candidate, Martin Fayulu, was the runaway winner. Mr. Fayulu called the official results an electoral swindle.
Megan Taylor was on the bus inSt Helens, Merseyside, with two-year-old labrador Rowley when the woman approached her and claimed he was not a real guide dog due to his colour.
Rory McIlroy caught the leader, but he couldnt make a birdie down the stretch in the third round as Woodland pulled ahead. At least 160 cases of measles have been reported in New York with most spreading among unvaccinated religious communities. Measles outbreaks have cropped up in over 20 US states. Croatia defender Dejan Lovren has been banned for one international match over comments he made on social media about opponents Spain following his side's 3-2 Nations League win in November.
A fortnight on, Arfield remains a little nonplussed by all the online fuss his copycat routine attracted. As for what Brown, thought of it? Well, he most definitely isn't troubled by that. Derby manager Frank Lampard has revealed that his team's training sessions have been spied upon on more than one occasion.
Google can limit the "right to be forgotten" to internet searches made in the European Union, an adviser to the bloc's top court said on Thursday, backing an appeal by the U.S. search giant against a French fine. Website URL: