Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is staring at election losses in big heartland states, polls show, suggesting that farm distress and a lack of jobs for growing numbers of young people could prove stumbling blocks for his re-election bid in May.
Connor McDavid scored the game's lone goal midway through the first period and Mikko Koskinen collected a 24-save shutout as the host Edmonton Oilers held on for a 1-0 victory over the Calgary Flames on Sunday.
Italy's deputy prime minister, Matteo Salvini, normally relishes confrontation, but now the firebrand populist is under attack from a place he calls home.
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Ayers, currently Vice President Mike Pence's chief of staff, was unable to agree to terms with Trump and will also be leaving the White House
STEVEN GERRARD last night laid into his Rangers flops – and the SPFL delegate who scarpered and left him standing.
LIVERPOOL simply can’t afford to lose against Napoli in the Champions League as it would affect their title chances and deflate morale ahead of their showdown against Manchester United.
MANCHESTER UNITED striker Marcus Rashford has been told to quit Old Trafford if he isn’t made the focal point of the side by Jose Mourinho.
A GLAMOROUS 30ft tall Christmas Tree has been unveiled outside the home of Meghan Markle, Prince Harry and other members of the Royal Family, as Kensington Palace was given a festive make-over last Friday.
Asian markets were broadly lower Monday after China protested the arrest of a senior executive of Chinese telecoms equipment maker Huawei who is suspected of trying to evade U.S. trade curbs on Iran.
People’s Vote campaigners asked judges to decide whether an EU member state can unilaterally revoke the Article 50 withdrawal process.
The New Zealand leader addressed the death of the 22-year-old.