Police hunt passenger who punched female ticket guard at barriers at Manchester Piccadilly station

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Trump on Meghan Markle: ‘I wish a lot of luck to Harry, because he’s gonna need it’
President Trump on Wednesday slammed Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle after she and Prince Harry implicitly endorsed Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. “I’m not a fan of hers,” Trump told reporters at a White House press briefing. “And I would say this — and she probably has heard that — but I wish a lot...
What does it take for NY politicians to say no to gun crime?
Gun deaths for 2020 are now running at nearly twice the 2019 level, The Post reported Monday: 209 through last Wednesday vs. 109 in the same period last year. Are the politicians really going to keep hoping the violence stops on its own? Total gunfire victims more than doubled, from 674 to 1,362. Sunday alone...
Why are so many women falling for the QAnon conspiracy theory?
Annie Kelly, a researcher of anti-feminist and far-right digital culture, joined "Red and Blue" to discuss her recent op-ed in The New York Times about why so many women are falling for the QAnon conspiracy theories.
Justice or Retribution?
Outrage at Kentucky’s decision is really outrage at the entire justice system.
Gutfeld on the growing scandal engulfing Hunter Biden
A new Senate report discusses Hunter Biden's shady dealings when his father was vice president.
Missouri governor and first lady test positive for coronavirus
Parson said he has not experienced any symptoms and that his wife's symptoms are minor.
Florida election officials divided on enforcing mask mandate on Election Day
County officials across Florida are divided as to whether or not they should enforce coronavirus mask mandates at the polls in November, prompting worries that their squabbling could foreshadow the country at large on election day.
Heat vs. Celtics Game 4 Live Stream: How To Watch The NBA Live On ESPN
Can the Celtics even the series at 2-2?
‘This Resets the Race.’ Why Trump’s Move to Fill the Supreme Court Vacancy Raises the Election’s Stakes
There are many theories about why Donald Trump won the presidency, but Mitch McConnell gets some of the credit. In February 2016, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died, paving the way for then-President Obama to replace him with a jurist who would pull the court left. Trump had not yet wrapped up the GOP nomination,…
Twenty thousand flags placed on National Mall to memorialize Covid-19 deaths in the US
Twenty thousand American flags have been placed on the National Mall as part of a memorial paying tribute to the more than 200,000 people nationwide who have died from the coronavirus.
Rumors fly, but not even NBA is sure when next season will begin in 2021
Kawhi Leonard said he'd see reporters in March, Adam Silver said the new season will likely start no earlier than January. Nobody knows, and here's why.
Protest in Louisville after Breonna Taylor decision
Protests erupted in Louisville after officials announced a grand jury's decision to not indict police officers on criminal charges directly related to Breonna Taylor's death. (Sept. 23)
MSNBC's Joy Reid says Breonna Taylor case was a 'Black Lives Don't Matter ruling'
MSNBC host Joy Reid blasted the lack of criminal charges against the Louisville police officers involved in the death of Breonna Taylor.
This portable fire pit has a perfect 5-star rating—and it's on sale
This top-rated Solo Stove fire pit has been majorly marked down on the site—see the details.
Herschel Walker accuses Obama of doing 'absolutely nothing' to help racial issues as president
Former NFL star Herschel Walker panned former President Barack Obama Wednesday, arguing that the Democrat made grand statements about racism in America but failed to act on the issue while in office.
Spanish flu survivor still plays tennis at 102
Spanish flu survivor Evelyn Schroedl is living through another pandemic. But, at age 102, she’s COVID-free and still playing tennis. Chip Reid has her story.
‘Secret Society of Second-Born Royals’ review: Cheap superhero schlock
They’re the Mehx-Men.
Northern California and Bay Area face high winds, critical fire danger this weekend
Gusty offshore winds will lead to critical fire danger in parts of Northern California over the weekend. PG&E is watching to see if power shutdowns will be needed.
Who Is the Announcer on ‘Love Island’ USA? Meet Matthew Hoffman
Hoffman is the face behind the reality dating series' witty narrator.
Trump declines to commit to peaceful transfer of power if he loses
The president also fielded questions about his Supreme Court nominee and about the development of a COVID vaccine.
Makeup artist details new coronavirus protocols in viral TikTok video
Shannon Marie Trigger posted a video about her daily routine, and how it has changed because of the new pandemic protocols.
UFC 253 'Embedded,' No. 3: Fun and games for Jan Blachowicz
The stars of the show look to keep themselves amused as fight week goes into full swing in Abu Dhabi.        Related StoriesPaulo Costa: 'Gentle' Israel Adesanya changed personality at UFC 253 fight week run-inDan Hooker says Israel Adesanya will serve up 'one-sided ass whooping' at UFC 253Dan Hooker says Israel Adesanya will serve up 'one-sided ass whooping' at UFC 253 - Enclosure
Republicans hope Supreme Court fight boosts Trump’s reelection bid, helps GOP hold Senate majority 
Some in Trump’s orbit worry that a pre-election confirmation of a conservative replacement for the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg will energize the left in key battleground states.
Another Florida Atlantic football game postponed over COVID-19 concerns at South Florida
Florida Atlantic has yet to play a game this season; South Florida was concerned about positive tests at previous opponent Notre Dame.
Alan Arkin leaving ‘Kominsky Method’ ahead of final season
Alan Arkin is done with "Method" acting.
L.A. agrees to $23-million settlement after man lost legs in crash
L.A. has agreed to spend up to $23 million plus interest to settle a lawsuit from a man who had both legs amputated after being struck by a city employee driving a truck.
15 cozy fall patio items you can get at a steal for Way Day 2020
Way Day 2020 has arrived with huge savings on outdoor patio furniture and décor, so you can deck out your outside area at a big discount—see the deals.
Quibi may be for sale. But what is it worth, and who would buy it?
Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman's short-form video startup launched with $1.75 billion but is already looking for a buyer.
L.A. County COVID-19 transmission rate increases as officials await Labor Day numbers
The novel coronavirus has killed more than 6,000 people in the county. Officials announced 31 additional deaths and 2,165 cases Wednesday.
Julio Urías moved to Dodgers bullpen for Wednesday's game; Joe Kelly to start
Scheduled to start against the Oakland Athletics, Julio Urías will instead come on in relief and pitch several innings. Joe Kelly will pitch the first inning.
Craig Carton reveals he nearly killed himself: ‘Don’t do it!’
Dr. Fauci spars with Rand Paul during coronavirus Senate hearing
Top infectious disease experts delivered testimony about the U.S. pandemic response before a Senate committee Wednesday. Dr. Fauci went back and forth with Rand Paul, and accused the senator of distorting information. Mola Lenghi reports.
Variety and Hollywood Reporter, once rivals, are now under same roof
Two longtime tinseltown rivals, Variety and The Hollywood Reporter, will soon be part of the same team thanks to a merger unveiled Wednesday by their publishers. Penske Media Corp., which publishes Variety, is merging with MRC to form a new company to be called PMRC. The deal, effective immediately, gives PMC CEO Jay Penske control...
Tribune employees outraged after brass sends tone-deaf ‘phishing test’
Tribune Publishing, which has permanently shut down at least five of its newsrooms, laying off hundreds of workers, sent an email to employees Wednesday promising bonuses of $5,000 to $10,000 — a tasteless “test” to see whether they would open emails from phishing scammers. The tone-deaf move enraged employees who have weathered furloughs and pay...
Birx 'distressed' about White House role, sources say
Dr. Deborah Birx has confided to aides and friends that she is unhappy with what she sees as her diminished role as coordinator of the White House coronavirus task force that she is not certain how much longer she can serve in her position, sources familiar with her thinking tell CNN.
William Knight details history, animosity with Aleksa Camur ahead of UFC 253
William Knight is excited to settle the score with Aleksa Camur at UFC 253 and make an impact in "rambunctious" light heavyweight division.        Related StoriesSijara Eubanks explains quick turn for UFC 253: I wanted to do 'some gangster (explicit)'UFC 253's Zubaira Tukhugov: It's 'different' fighting without Khabib's fatherJake Matthews: UFC 253 opponent Diego Sanchez was my 'idol' growing up
Trump exits news briefing for 'emergency phone call'
President Trump exited his news conference Wednesday, telling reporters he had an “emergency” phone call as they continued to heckle him with questions, particularly on the Breonna Taylor case.
No officers charged directly for the killing of Breonna Taylor
A Kentucky grand jury decided not to indict three police officers for the shooting death of 26-year-old Breonna Taylor. One officer was charged with wanton endangerment. Jericka Duncan reports.
Mark Kelly: Winner of Arizona Senate race should be instated ‘promptly’
Arizona Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate Mark Kelly, said Wednesday that the winner of the closely followed Senate race should be sworn in without haste, as lawmakers in Washington gear up in the fight to fill the now vacant Supreme Court seat.
'Cake Boss' star Buddy Valastro recovering from 'terrible' at-home accident
"Cake Boss" star Buddy Valastro is on the mend.
Police confront protesters in Louisville
Breonna Taylor shooting: Judge Napolitano 'would have indicted all three officers' involved in deadly raid
A former Louisville police officer indicted in connection with the March drug raid that resulted in the death of Breonna Taylor is accused of "the moral equivalent of hitting somebody with your golf club," Fox News senior judiciary analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano told "Your World" Wednesday.
How Facebook tries to fight being a superspreader of fake news on voting and COVID-19: Q&A
2020 election: Rather than Russian interference, it's domestic hackers and your friends and family who could pose a bigger threat. Then there's Trump.
In tribute to Road Warrior Animal, here's to 'Iron Man,' the greatest-ever wrestling entrance song
When the wrestling tag-team known as the Road Warriors entered the ring to the ominous sounds of Black Sabbath's "Iron Man," fans screamed and opponents cowered.
PornHub releases first high-fashion adult video
It's a collaboration with Berlin designers Namilia.
Mariah Carey calls Derek Jeter a 'catalyst' in her divorce from Tommy Mottola
The pop star and "The Meaning of Mariah Carey" author recently joined Oprah Winfrey for her Apple TV+ show "The Oprah Conversation."
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Daniel Jones embarking on his biggest Giants challenge yet
When Daniel Jones turns to hand the football off, there will be no No. 26, no Saquon Barkley to hand it to. When he looks in front of him, there will be no No. 87, no Sterling Shepard to throw it to Sunday against the 49ers. This is his show now, his team now more...
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What if Senate Democrats win BIG in November?
The biggest news out of The Economist's release this week of its Senate model is that it gives Democrats a 67% chance of winning 51 seats (and the the majority) on November 3.
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