Trudeau Seeks a Fresh Start, but Many Voters See a Power Grab
A snap election that was supposed to be a show of strength has instead allowed opponents to highlight the prime minister's weak points.
NI100: DUP asks Irish president to rethink centenary invite
By Mark Simpson BBC News NI
Sir Jeffrey Donaldson said "politics are at play" in the decision.
Earlier, the Alliance Party also said President Higgins should reconsider.
Labor appeals to Google over misinformation fears before Australian election
Google must explain what steps it has taken to ensure the company's platforms and advertising capabilities are not "exploited for misinformation" in the run-up to the next federal election, Labor's national secretary, Paul Erickson, has demanded.
Julian Nagelsmann wants Bayern Munich to have variety, defensive stability
Julian Nagelsmann has gotten his reign as Bayern Munich manager off to a solid start.
White Sox Playoff Roster: Evan Marshall Hoping to Make Bullpen
The Chicago White Sox are going to have some decisions to make when it comes to setting their playoff roster.
Among the more intriguing ones might be how they assemble their postseason bullpen.
Nadine Dorries becomes new culture secretary
The Tory MP for Mid Bedfordshire is best known outside Westminster for her 2012 appearance on ITV's I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here.
Mets Likely To Make Qualifying Offer To Michael Conforto
It's been a poorly timed down year at the plate for Mets outfielder Michael Conforto, who'll reach free agency for the first time this winter.
Carlo Ratti Associati partners with oil company for Milan design week
Italian architect Carlo Ratti has defended his decision to design an exhibition about climate change sponsored by fossil-fuel giant Eni, saying the Milan design week installation is "not greenwashing".
Top 5 React chart libraries - LogRocket Blog
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'Not a Flag to Wave': Pope Criticizes Political Use of Christianity
On a four-day visit to Slovakia and Hungary, Francis had strong words for those who wield Christian symbols for personal gain.