Streets flood, power cuts out in Florida as Hurricane Idalia makes landfall

Save articles for later Add articles to your saved list and come back to them any time. Washington: Hurricane Idalia unleashed devastation in Florida after making landfall as a Category 3 storm, submerging streets and homes, sparking widespread power outages and resulting in at least two deaths from car crashes.

What is a zombie knife and are they banned in the UK? – The Sun | The Sun

THE government has introduced a new ban on zombie-style knives and machetes. But what exactly are these deadly weapons? And why the sudden crackdown on owning them? What are zombie knives? A zombie knife is a type of bladed weapon inspired by zombie films. Ministers have promised to crack down

Prigozhin’s chilling ‘message from beyond the grave’ on his headstone fuels mystery around Wagner boss’ funeral | The Sun

THE mystery surrounding Yevgeny Prigozhin's death has been magnified after a puzzling poem was left on his headstone. The rebel warlord, 62, was laid to rest in a "private ceremony" at the  Porokhovskoye cemetery in St. Petersburg on Tuesday. He was buried right next to his biological father Viktor in his hometown, but

Univision TV news crew is robbed at GUNPOINT in Chicago

Univision TV news crew is robbed at GUNPOINT in Chicago while filming stories about spike in robberies The bizarre incident took place early Monday morning around 4:30am in Wicker Park neighborhood, at 1200 block of North Milwaukee Avenue  Three armed men wearing ski-masks pulled up in a black SUV and

Burger King hit with class action for overstating size of whopper

Burger King hit with class action for overstating size of Whopper by 35% Customers are suing the fast food giant for showcasing burgers with ingredients that ‘overflow over the bun’, but fail to live up to the expectations  Five plaintiffs are seeking damages of at least $5 million in the

Priests say Britain can not be described as a Christian country

Three quarters of Church of England priests say Britain can no longer be described as a Christian country – and more than half think same-sex weddings should be allowed, poll reveals Priests also fear the church could ultimately face ‘extinction’ if attendance drops  Three quarters of Church of England priests

Russian mercenary boss Yevgeny Prigozhin’s grave revealed after private burial

Save articles for later Add articles to your saved list and come back to them any time. St. Petersburg, Russia: A private burial was held for Yevgeny Prigozhin, ending a tumultuous journey from St. Petersburg street thug to Kremlin-financed mercenary leader, following a suspicious plane crash two months after his

Where is the Princess Diana memorial fountain and can I visit? | The Sun

THE Princess Diana memorial fountain is one of many commemorative places that pay tribute to the late People's Princess. Prince William and Prince Harry's beloved mother passed away in Paris, France in August 1997. Where is the Princess Diana memorial fountain? The Princess Diana memorial fountain can be found in

Great-gran, 83, is caught operating as Britain's oldest loan shark

Britain’s oldest loan shark, 83, is spared jail over reign of terror that saw her tell customers  ‘You know I can find you’ Tabitha Richardson was described as being both ‘threatening’ and ‘menacing’ A great-grandmother aged 83 was caught operating as Britain’s oldest illegal loan shark as she told frightened

Man extradited from Spain to stand trial charged with murder of Ashley Dale, 28, who was shot dead in her back garden | The Sun

A MAN is facing trial charged with the murder of a council worker who was shot dead outside her home. Ashley Dale, 28, was blasted in her back garden in the Old Swan area of Liverpool on August 21 last year. Ian Fitzgibbon has been charged with murder after being