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