Welcome to the news. Here are today's headlines:
- Robert Sarver starts process of selling Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury
- Fall COVID booster program starts province-wide
- NASA Explorers: Season 5, Episode 1
- ISS gets new residents after Russia launch
- Hundreds in Russia arrested for protesting Putin's reserve call-up as others rush to flee country
- KUWTT: Marcos to meet Biden – Palace | Sept. 22, 2022
- Dow closes 500 points lower after the Fed delivers another aggressive rate hike
- Freed 'by the skin of our teeth': British POWs detained by Russian-backed separatists have been released
- Bivalent COVID-19 vaccine available for Nova Scotians 18 and older
- U.S.-Russian crew joins International Space Station
- Queen ‘hurt’ by Harry’s surprise move
- Madu thanks 'freedom convoys' for mobilizing against Ottawa's 'tyrannical' pandemic policies
- House passes bill aimed at preventing another January 6 by changing the Electoral Count Act
- Graph shows the world is in trouble
- Two states in firing line as 'band of rain and thunderstorms' loom
- Population-wide cohort study detects increase in major arterial and venous thrombotic events immediately after COVID-19 diagnoses
Today, Robert Sarver has started the process of selling the Phoenix Suns and the Phoenix Mercury. A province-wide COVID booster program has also begun today. On the space front, NASA's "Explorers" series returns for its fifth season, and the ISS has new residents after a Russia launch.
Back on Earth, hundreds of people have been arrested in Russia for protesting Putin's reserve call-up, while others are rushing to flee the country. In the Philippines, President Marcos is set to meet with US President Biden today.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average has closed 500 points lower after the Federal Reserve delivered another aggressive rate hike. British prisoners of war who were detained by Russian-backed separatists have been freed.
In Nova Scotia, a bivalent COVID-19 vaccine is now available for people 18 and older. The U.S.-Russian crew has joined the International Space Station. And in the UK, Queen Elizabeth is said to be "hurt" by Prince Harry's recent surprise move.
Lastly, Madu thanked "freedom convoys" for mobilizing against Ottawa's "tyrannical" pandemic policies. The House of Representatives has passed a bill aimed at preventing another January 6 by changing the Electoral Count Act. And finally, a graph is circulating that shows the world is in trouble. Two states in particular are in the firing line as a "band of rain and thunderstorms" looms.