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How Ohio State unlocked its NIL potential and won the college football offseason

COLUMBUS, Ohio — When Gene Smith and Ryan Day met after the season, the athletic director made it clear he was going “all in” on football. Ohio State heavily investing…

Uber Earnings Disappoint Amid High Legal Bills, Weak Rider Demand

Uber reported earnings on Wednesday that disappointed investors, as mounting legal bills and weaker ride demand in some parts of the world led to a shortfall compared with analysts’ forecasts.…

Environmental Changes Are Fueling Human, Animal and Plant Diseases, Study Finds

Several large-scale, human-driven changes to the planet — including climate change, the loss of biodiversity and the spread of invasive species — are making infectious diseases more dangerous to people,…

10 GREEN JUICES AND SMOOTHIES – Ghumi Ghumi For Fashionistas

Vitamin stock is accumulated in the off-season. Autumn and spring are the perfect time to boost your immune system and acquire new healthy habits. Green juices and smoothies for health and vigor…

Vegetarian Lasagne – Recipe | FlightsHotelsBook

  Lasagne has been a frequent guest at Danish dinner tables for more than 40 years, and the original Italian recipe with minced beef has been supplemented with many different…

Cicadas Are Here. Time to Eat.

Over the next six weeks or so, a trillion cicadas will emerge across the Midwest and Southeast for a brief, raucous, once-in-a-lifetime bender. “What an incredible time,” said Joseph Yoon,…

For American Jews, Biden’s Speech on Antisemitism Offers Recognition and Healing

President Biden, standing in front of six candles symbolizing the six million Jews killed during the Holocaust, delivered on Tuesday the strongest condemnation of antisemitism by any sitting American president.…

In Europe, Police Arrest Protesters and Clear Encampments at Universities

In countries across Europe, students have staged their own pro-Palestinian sit-ins and protests on the lawns of their universities. And in several instances, the authorities are taking a similar approach…

Premier League salary cap mailbag: Why? Who wins and loses? How would it work?

Premier League clubs this week opted to push on with plans for a hard spending limit — a de facto salary cap tied to the income of the lowest earning…

Four-month-old baby abducted at gunpoint in Akwa Ibom

Two armed men have abducted a four-month-old baby at gunpoint in Itu Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State.    According to the Nigerian Tribune, the incident occurred at about…

Qantas to Pay $79 Million For Selling Tickets on Canceled Flights

Qantas, Australia’s national airline, said on Monday that it had reached a deal with the country’s consumer watchdog to pay the equivalent of $79 million for selling thousands of tickets…

Are Schools Too Focused on Mental Health?

In recent years, mental health has become a central subject in childhood and adolescence. Teenagers narrate their psychiatric diagnosis and treatment on TikTok and Instagram. School systems, alarmed by rising…

The Bleak Life in Captivity of Niger’s Deposed President, Mohamed Bazoum

Held captive by his former security guards in an isolated wing of his house, the deposed president of Niger paces a bedroom with no direct daylight, cut off from the…

NSA orders enforcement of Cybercrimes law

The National Security Adviser (NSA), Mallam Nuhu Ribadu, has directed all law enforcement agencies, regulators, businesses and stakeholders to begin the full implementation and enforcement of the Cybercrimes (Prohibition, Prevention,…

Rebuilding All Destroyed Gaza Homes Could Take 80 Years, U.N. Report Says

Rebuilding all the homes destroyed by Israel’s military offensive in the Gaza Strip could take until the next century if the pace of reconstruction were to match what it was…

Maersk Says Expanded Houthi Attacks Are Forcing More Delays

Global shipping lines have become increasingly strained as the Houthi militia in Yemen broadens its attacks on cargo vessels, one of the largest companies in the industry warned on Monday.…

Orangutan Seen Healing His Facial Wound With Medicinal Plant

Scientists observed a wild male orangutan repeatedly rubbing chewed-up leaves of a medicinal plant on a facial wound in a forest reserve in Indonesia. It was the first known observation…

Biden, a Bystander to ’60s Protests, Is Now a Target

When students took over Hamilton Hall at Columbia University in April 1968, a young Joe Biden was studying law 250 miles away, just weeks from graduation. Protests and chanting and…

Columbia Protesters Occupy Building on Campus

new video loaded: Columbia Protesters Occupy Building on Campus transcript Back transcript Columbia Protesters Occupy Building on Campus People inside barricaded the doors of Hamilton Hall with furniture. Outside, demonstrators…

Timberwolves’ Anthony Edwards can’t run from stardom anymore

PHOENIX — Fresh off, arguably, the most important performance of his young career, Anthony Edwards sat in front of the world with a white tank top and an all-black Atlanta…

16 persons arrested over murder of female police inspector in Rivers

The Rivers State Police Command has arrested sixteen persons in connection with the murder of a female police inspector, Christiana Erekere.     Erekere was murdered in the line of…

Hope Rises for New Talks on Gaza Cease-fire as Israel Scales Back Demands

Israeli negotiators, offering a hint of hope for negotiations over a cease-fire in the Gaza Strip, have reduced the number of hostages they want Hamas to release during the first…

Tuesday Briefing: Hope Rises for New Cease-Fire Talks

Cease-fire talks could restart today Negotiations for a pause in the fighting between Israel and Hamas could restart as soon as today, officials said. A mid-level Israeli delegation is planning…

Mass Whale Stranding in Western Australia

new video loaded: Mass Whale Stranding in Western Australia transcript Back transcript Mass Whale Stranding in Western Australia 160 pilot whales were stranded across a wide swath of beach at…

Deadly Rains and Floods Sweep Cities Across East Africa

At least 200 people were killed and dozens more were injured across East Africa in recent days, officials and aid groups said, as torrential rains, floods and landslides pummeled towns…

Australian Journalist Says She Had No Choice But to Leave India

A senior journalist with Australia’s national broadcaster says she was effectively pushed out of India after her reporting on Sikh separatism angered the Indian government, accusing the authorities of hindering…

Beneath London, Tunnels and Bomb Shelters to Become Tourist Attractions

There’s a locked door on the eastbound platform of the Chancery Lane station of the London Underground. The door is unassuming, sturdy and white. Behind it is a wide set…

What I Learned From an Act of Violence in Sydney That Hit Too Close to Home

The Australia Letter is a weekly newsletter from our Australia bureau. Sign up to get it by email. When my wife messaged me about a stabbing at the shopping center…

Flooding in a Kenyan Natural Reserve Forces Tourist Evacuation

Devastating floods that have killed hundreds of people and displaced tens of thousands more in East Africa are now inundating parts of the Masai Mara, one of Africa’s greatest wildlife…

A Bill to Limit Canada’s Trade Negotiators on Farm Goods Edges Nearer to Law

The measure from a member of the Bloc Québécois would ban changes to the supply management system for dairy, poultry and eggs. Source link

Deadly Russian Strikes Hit Civilian Center and Other Targets in Odesa

A Ukrainian official said early Wednesday that a Russian missile attack overnight had killed three people and injured three others in Odesa, a southern Ukrainian city that has been a…

The Fed Tries to Steer Clear of Politics, But Election Year Is Making It Tough

Federal Reserve officials are fiercely protective of their separation from politics, but the presidential election is putting the institution on a crash course with partisan wrangling. Fed officials set policy…