Biden administration imposes new measures on those involved in evading Iran sanctions




Today's News

Today's news headlines cover a wide range of topics, from sports to politics to entertainment. In politics, the Biden administration has imposed new measures on those involved in evading Iran sanctions, and US officials are troubled by a controversial UK tax cut plan. In sports, NBA stars LeBron James, Kevin Love and Draymond Green have agreed to buy a pickleball team, and tennis stars Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal are featured in a photo that captures their enduring friendship. In entertainment, a new book says that a top Hannity radio producer sought a meeting with Donald Trump to present fraud 'proof,' and the trailer for the sequel to 'Hocus Pocus' has been released.


  • Former English Premier League player summoned to fight for Russian military:

  • Biden administration imposes new measures on those involved in evading Iran sanctions:

  • Coffee lowers risk of heart problems and early death, study says, especially ground and caffeinated:

  • The 'raw' photo of Federer and Nadal which captures their enduring friendship:

  • Ginni Thomas meets with January 6 committee:

  • CNN reporter walks around destroyed home after Hurricane Ian:

  • Trial of 87-year-old Rwanda genocide suspect Félicien Kabuga opens at The Hague:

  • Top Hannity radio producer sought Trump meeting to present fraud 'proof,' new book says:

  • Brittney Griner's former college coach Kim Mulkey faces criticism over refusal to comment on basketball star's detainment in Russia:

  • US officials troubled by controversial UK tax cut plan:

  • Check out Amazon's new sleep tracker and Kindle you can write on:

  • US defeats Russia in a battle to control the future of the global internet:

  • Cow dung speakers and dog hair rugs: Innovative upcycling at Singapore Design Week:

  • California bars tech companies from complying with other states' abortion-related warrants:

  • Who is Deanne Criswell, administrator of FEMA?:

  • What's next: Ian isn't over. Where the storm goes from here:

  • Storm surge: Sanibel and Captiva islands cut off from Florida mainland after Ian washes away three parts of Sanibel Causeway:

  • Travel: Airport closures and flight cancellations continue:

  • 'Hocus Pocus 2' conjures a new witches' brew:

  • Khloe Kardashian turned down Tristan Thompson's proposal:

  • Malala intends to change the stories told by Hollywood from the inside out:

  • Mark Hamill made ambassador in support of Urkaine Army of Drones project:

  • The Apple Watch Series 8 makes the best smartwatch better — but is it worth the upgrade?:

  • Russia's war in Ukraine:

  • 'Life-changing' Hurricane Ian batters Florida, knocking out power and trapping residents as it continues its damaging crawl through the state:

  • Why stores start selling Christmas stuff in September:

  • Latest GDP reading confirms the US economy shrank for two straight quarters, supporting one definition of a recession:

  • The UK is gripped by an economic crisis of its own making:

  • NBA stars LeBron James, Kevin Love and Draymond Green agree to buy pickleball team:

  • Biden to host first ever US-Pacific Island Country Summit: