Ukrainian President Vows to oust Russia as Queen Elizabeth's Coffin Leaves Balmoral

Today's News

It's been a busy day of news, with stories on everything from politics to the environment. Here are some of today's top headlines.


  • The last nuclear reactor at Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia plant has been stopped.
  • U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris says that election deniers are damaging America's reputation on the world stage.
  • The coffin of Queen Elizabeth II has left her beloved Balmoral castle.
  • New York will play a key role in determining which party controls the House of Representatives after the November elections.
  • Canada's Conservative Party has put Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on notice, saying that they will be a strong Opposition in the upcoming Parliamentary session.
  • U.S. Senator Tim Scott says that the Republican Party will have to "live with" the candidates that they have running for office in the upcoming elections.
  • U.S. President Joe Biden has quoted Queen Elizabeth II in a 9/11 remembrance speech, saying that "grief is the price we pay for love".
  • Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says that his country intends to push Russia entirely out of its territory, as the Ukrainian military continues its counteroffensive.
  • The death of Queen Elizabeth II has opened the floodgates for self-rule campaigns in Scotland.
  • Pierre Poilievre has been elected as the new leader of Canada's Conservative Party.
  • The United States is marking the 21st anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
  • Hillary Clinton has fondly recalled spending time with Queen Elizabeth II.
  • The queen's coffin is taking a long road through Scotland.
  • There is a "Green Dream" to rebuild a sustainable Ukraine from the rubble of war.