Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Finally Says He's Not Running for President, The Rise of #BookTok, and Other Top Stories




Today's News

It's been a busy day in the news, with a variety of stories ranging from the lighthearted to the serious. Here's a rundown of the day's headlines.


  • Dwayne Johnson has said he is not running for president.
  • The #BookTok social media trend is helping to sell books.
  • A pink diamond has sold for around $60 million.
  • NYU students have flunked a professor.
  • Kanye West's Instagram account has been restricted and he has returned to Twitter.
  • Anna Sorokin has been released from jail.
  • A superyacht linked to a Russian billionaire has mysteriously appeared in Hong Kong.
  • Hear Warnock react to allegations against his opponent.
  • The NFL and players union have agreed to an updated concussion protocol.
  • DeSantis' migrant flights to Martha's Vineyard were outside the scope of Florida transport program guidelines, state documents show.
  • Rivian is recalling 12,000 vehicles for a loose bolt.
  • Analysis: Why the failures of Russia's top brass are now fair game.
  • Beyoncé denies claim she misused 'I'm Too Sexy' sample.
  • Russia's war in Ukraine.
  • USWNT defeated by England in front of record Wembley crowd under shadow of Yates report.
  • Herschel Walker accuser tells New York Times he asked her to have second abortion.
  • Suspect in deadly Vegas Strip stabbings appears in court.
  • The simple reason why Trader Joe's doesn't deliver.
  • The Italian onions so delicious you can eat them raw.
  • Oklahoma City Zoo welcomes its first lion cubs born in 15 years.
  • Opinion: What 'fancy a pint?' really means.
  • 'Prince of Darkness' Ozzy Osbourne launches line of cosmetics.
  • Low-price grocers like Aldi are winning as consumers trade down.
  • Opinion: The most important thing to look for when you vote.
  • 'Bling Empire' is still shining in its third season.
  • Putin faces more grim choices after blast hits his prized Crimea bridge.
  • Warnock says Walker 'has trouble with the truth' but does not comment on abortion allegations.
  • Exxon illegally fired two scientists suspected of leaking information to WSJ, Labor Department says.
  • US Postal Service proposes new prices 'to offset' inflation.