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Sinn Fein still on course to be Northern Ireland's largest party, poll suggests
Sinn Fein remains on course to emerge from Northern Ireland's next Assembly election as the largest party, according to a new poll.
Campbell teachers win pay increase following drawn out negotiations
The Campbell Union High School District and its educators have come to an agreement after more than a year of negotiations and months of protesting.
Brandon Moreno should be a fan favorite when UFC makes its return to the Southland
Which Parisian pugilist will emerge as the undisputed heavyweight champion when Francis Ngannou takes on fellow Frenchman and interim champion Ciryl Gane?
U.S. and Russia Take More Measured Stance in Ukraine Talks
The conciliatory tone and absence of ultimatums suggested that both sides were trying to keep tensions in check and give diplomacy time.
Report: Juve's soon-to-be free agents will have to take a paycut if they want to stay
There are many things that Juventus need to see happen if they want to try and get themselves on better financial standing after two years of pandemic-impacted bottom lines.
Manchester City close in on deal for River Plate's Argentine starlet | 101 Great Goals
Premier League title favorites Manchester City could be set to finally solve the question mark through the center-forward channel after reports have emerged linking Pep Guardiola's outfit with River Plate starlet Julián Álvarez.
Social Security offices are expected to reopen in March.
The national network of Social Security customer service offices, which were closed nearly two years ago at the start of the pandemic, is on track to reopen on March 30.
Colorado Workers' Strike Ends as Union Reaches Tentative Agreement With Kroger
A strike waged by over 8,000 grocery workers in Colorado has ended after the union announced on Friday that it has reached a tentative agreement with King Soopers, which is owned by grocery giant Kroger.
Taoiseach hails EU's role in bringing peace to Ireland
Taoiseach Micheal Martin has praised the "vital role" of the European Union in bringing peace to the island of Ireland, on the 50th anniversary of it joining the bloc.
London Tube strike rumbles on despite widespread opposition
U nion bosses are pressing ahead with the longest Tube strike in history in the face of widespread opposition from Londoners, a new poll reveals.