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September 17, 2018 6:00 PM Meghan Markle to release charity cookbook as first solo royal project

Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle has thrown her support – and signature – behind a new charity cookbook as her first solo royal project. The cookbook, “Together: Our Community Cookbook,” features recipes from Muslim women of The Hubb Community Kitchen in West London who came together to cook fresh food after being affected by the Grenfell Tower fire that left 70 people 107

September 14, 2018 5:35 PM David Wright finale turns meaningless Mets game into city's hottest ticket next week

News of retiring Mets star David Wright’s Citi Field farewell instantly turned a meaningless September game into the city’s hottest sports ticket. The average resale price for tickets to the Sept. 29 contest against the Miami Marlins jumped overnight from $65 to $320 by Friday morning — an increase of nearly 400%. The $5 seats available Thursday for thrifty 51

September 13, 2018 9:31 PM Boys dies after falling from high-rise condo building

AVENTURA, Fla. – Officials say a 9-year-old boy is dead after falling from a high-rise condo building in South Florida. The Miami Herald reports that the fall occurred Thursday afternoon in Aventura, an upscale suburb of Miami. Aventura police say the boy fell from a high floor or the roof of the 11-story Echo condominium and landed in an adjacent park. The boy was airlifted 54

September 5, 2018 1:45 AM Crane smashes into Florida house, splits open roof, fire officials say

This photo released by the Orlando Fire Department shows a truck carrying a crane tipped over, damaging a house in Orlando, Fla., on Tuesday. (Orlando Fire Department via AP) The roof atop a Florida home appeared to suffer considerable damage after photos from fire officials showed it split apart by a fallen crane. The Orlando Fire Department on Tuesday 76

September 2, 2018 8:13 PM Tennis: Louis Armstrong becoming new graveyard court?

NEW YORK (Reuters) - It has taken just one week for the newly renovated Louis Armstrong Stadium to earn a spooky reputation as the U.S. Open graveyard after four of the five top women seeds saw their Grand Slam hopes buried under the blue hardcourt. Players, who are often a superstitious lot, may avoid black cats and walking under ladders but so far have seen no reason 75

September 2, 2018 9:11 AM Car bomb attack strikes local government office in Mogadishu: police

MOGADISHU (Reuters) - A suicide car bomb struck a local government office in Mogadishu on Sunday, police said, destroying the building and a school opposite. Ambulances took casualties to hospitals as people searched through the rubble for survivors, a Reuters witness said. The blast also blew off the roof of a mosque and damaged houses nearby. “A suicide 49

August 30, 2018 7:25 PM How to Crash an Uber-Hip Private Club? Book a Room

New hotel players that cater to networking professionals are offering access to exclusive social scenes, from London to Tulum ONE RECENT evening, guests at the new Curtain hotel in East London were treated to a surprise concert from Chance the Rapper in the hotel’s private members club, which it touts as a “home for creative entrepreneurs.” The club features 90

August 29, 2018 2:56 PM Post-disaster, business owners find varied paths to recovery

NEW YORK – As small business owners in Hawaii and California start cleaning up after Hurricane Lane and wildfires, they'll find there's no one formula for recovery. The same disaster can devastate businesses in divergent ways — a hurricane might tear the roof off one restaurant, flood another and leave a third with little damage. Still, experts say many companies 45

August 13, 2018 6:36 PM Bus hits overpass at New Jersey station, several injured

NEWARK, N.J. – A bus hit an overpass at Newark, New Jersey's Penn Station, peeling back part of its roof and injuring several passengers. Officials say 46 people were aboard the bus, which was headed to New Jersey from Washington, when it hit the overpass at the entrance of the station late Sunday. Authorities say "a number" of passengers suffered minor 61

August 7, 2018 1:25 PM A Lifeline in Honduras: Cash From the U.S

Money sent back to Central America has become vital to families and economies in Central America SAN PEDRO SULA, Honduras—César Gutiérrez’s mother, an illegal immigrant who works at a Houston restaurant, sends a lot back to her native country. A recent care package to her son included jeans, Nike sneakers, Samsung phones, a bike helmet, cans of Del Monte 82