Today's headlines include news of a tragic mass stabbing in Canada, the death of a Bed Bath & Beyond executive, and new discoveries about exoplanets and the equine uterus.
Ten dead and at least 15 injured after stabbing attacks in Canada
- Ten people are dead and at least 15 others are injured after a series of stabbing attacks in Canada.
- Police in Canada say that 10 people have been killed and 15 injured in a series of stabbings in the province of Saskatchewan.
- Bed Bath & Beyond chief financial officer dies after falling from the top of a New York City skyscraper.
- Millions of Australians will receive a boost to their pensions and welfare payments, while Senator Jacqui Lambie blasts Qantas over its plans to outsource jobs.
- Pokémon Go players can find out which moves are best for Alolan Raichu, and what its counters are.
- Babies born to mothers who take a popular supplement during pregnancy have a lower risk of developing croup, a new study has found.
- NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has found evidence of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere of an exoplanet for the first time.
- A TV judge in the United States has been slammed for an on-air tirade in which she called a mother "toxic" and said she would "ruin her child".
- A cold snap is bringing snow and heavy rains to parts of Australia, with warnings in place for travellers.
- Pakistan has breached a lake in a desperate attempt to save towns from historic flooding.
- Larsa Pippen, the ex-wife of NBA legend Scottie Pippen, is spotted hanging out with Michael Jordan's son Marcus in Miami.
- Skywatchers are in for a treat this week, with a number of celestial events visible, including the alignment of Aldebaran, Betelgeuse and Mars.
- Saturn and Jupiter will also be visible in the night sky.
- Former tennis player Sue Barker says she was "wretchedly sad" after the way the BBC handled her sacking from A Question Of Sport.
- A leaked image of the new iPhone 14 Pro reveals a cool new feature that Apple fans will love.
- A note about a child's birthday party in a park in the United States has divided the internet, with some people calling it " tacky" and others praising the creativity.
- A new study has found that the healthy equine uterus harbors a diverse range of microorganisms.
- A nuclear power plant in Ukraine has been knocked offline for the second time in a week, authorities say.
- A six-year-old boy who was disabled has drowned after his father was allegedly knocked unconscious by a stranger in the United States.
- A star of The Hills reality TV show has revealed details of an encounter she had with Lisa Kudrow on a plane.
Bed Bath & Beyond CFO dies after falling from New York's Jenga tower
Bed Bath & Beyond Inc's <a href="https://www.reuters.com/companies/BBBY.O" target="_blank">(BBBY.O)</a> chief financial officer fell to his death from New York's Tribeca skyscraper known as the "Jenga" tower on Friday afternoon, police said on Sunday, days af…
Pakistan breaches lake in plan to save towns from historic flooding
Authorities in flood-hit Pakistan strategically breached the country's largest freshwater lake on Sunday, a minister said, a move that could displace up to 100,000 people from their homes while saving more densely populated areas from gathering floodwater.
Skywatching Highlights You Don't Want To Miss: Aldebaran, Betelgeuse, Mars, Saturn and Jupiter
What are some skywatching highlights in September 2022? Mars is on the move this month, forming a "red triangle" with bright red stars Aldebaran and Betelgeuse. Saturn and Jupiter fly with the Moon on September 9th, and then the Moon slides over closer to Jup…