Brazil votes in tense election with Lula da Silva tipped to win Election News

Voting is under way in the most divisive presidential election in Brazil’s history, with former left-wing President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva tipped to beat far-right leader Jair Bolsonaro. Leftist frontrunner da Silva, who is popularly known as Lula, said he is running for president “to get the country back to normal” after four years … Read more

Yan Xiaonan def. MacKenzie Dern at UFC Fight Night 211

Share this article share tweet text email link on Facebook on Twitter via text message on LinkedIn via email October 1, 2022 10:00 pm ET UFC Fight Night 211 takes place Saturday at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas. In the main event, Yan Xioanan solidified her top contender status when she defeated Mackenzie … Read more

Tourist attractions in Florida and the Carolinas: What’s open and closed

Editor’s Note — CNN Travel’s last update of this story was around 10:30 am ET Saturday. You can check the links below or contact attractions directly for the latest information. (CNN) — In the wake of a devastating Hurricane Ian, theme parks and other sites of interest to tourists worked to reopen in hard-hit Florida … Read more

Clark Phillips’ 3 picks guide No. 12 Utah past Oregon State 42-16

Estimated reading time: 5-6 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — Utah safety RJ Hubert closed in, saw the ball coming his way in the end zone, and ran for his life for 70 yards after he picked off the pass from Oregon State backup quarterback Ben Gulbranson. Hubert’s pick was the third of four interceptions on … Read more

Mississippi football legend Marcus Dupree denies allegations of wrongdoing in welfare fraud case

9:33 AM ET John Close Joined ESPN in June 2003 Winner: 2013 Peabody Award; 2011 Edward R. Murrow Award/Video Investigative Reporting Covers breaking news, investigative pieces and human interest features Marcus Dupree, who rose to fame in Mississippi and beyond after a brief but impressive football career that became the subject of an ESPN … Read more

What is India’s Muslim group PFI? | News

The Indian government this week declared the Popular Front of India (PFI) an unlawful association, banning the Muslim group and its associates for five years. The decision under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) on Wednesday came after security agencies last week conducted nationwide raids and arrested dozens of people linked to PFI in multiple … Read more

International warnings grow over threat to democracy in Brazil Election News

International warnings about efforts to “subvert democracy” in Brazil are growing, just days before voters head to the polls for a presidential election that has deepened divisions in the South American nation. Right-wing incumbent Jair Bolsonaro has suggested that he may reject the results if he loses, as most opinion polls have shown him trailing … Read more

The Queen died at 3:10pm. So, why did it take more than three hours to tell Prince Harry?

The Queen died at Balmoral of ‘old age’, it was revealed yesterday – the first time a monarch’s death certificate is believed to have been made public. But the document also raises intriguing questions after details on it confirmed that Prince Harry was not informed of his grandmother’s death for more than three hours. Only … Read more