Welcome to the news for September 18th. Today we've got stories on a young bride fighting cancer, Mount Ruapehu in New Zealand, and increased pressure on Russian president Vladimir Putin. We also have a bonus point win for the Springboks in the Rugby Championship, and reports of flooding and evacuation in Alaska. Elsewhere, we've got an update on the bivalent COVID-19 booster rolling out in northern Ontario, and scientists are learning from images taken by the James Webb Space Telescope. Finally, we've got a look at the funeral plans for Queen Elizabeth II.
Young bride fighting rare cancer calls for calm amid Leicester disorder
- A young bride is diagnosed with a rare cancer and begins treatment.
- Mount Ruapehu, a popular tourist destination in New Zealand, is closed due to an eruption.
- Ukrainian troops are engaged in a push against Russian troops in the northeast, putting pressure on Putin's war efforts.
- The South African rugby team earns a bonus point win to close the gap on the New Zealand All Blacks.
- A massive storm batters Alaska coastal towns, resulting in widespread flooding and the evacuation of residents.
- A reporter breaks down in tears while covering the lying in state of a political figure.
- Police in Leicester call for calm amid reports of disorder in the city.
- The iPhone 14 is announced with minor updates, much to the relief of iPhone 13 and SE 3 owners.
- Serbian police arrest dozens of people as Belgrade EuroPride marchers defy a ban.
- Argentina and South Africa go head-to-head in a Rugby Championship match, with the Springboks coming out on top.
- Yeshiva University suspends all student club activities after the Supreme Court declines to block an order requiring the school to recognize an LGBTQ club.
- An updated bivalent COVID-19 booster is rolling out in northern Ontario.
- A quiz testing Colin Farrell film knowledge is presented.
- Scientists share what they have learned from the James Webb Space Telescope's images.
- Tropical Storm Fiona strengthens as it nears Puerto Rico.
- B.C. politicians say they are facing increased Criticism vs. abuse.
- Biden pays respects to the Queen in Westminster Hall after touching down in the UK.
- New images of Mars show an intriguing Perseverance discovery.
- Jupiter's closest date with Earth in 70 years is on September 26.
- The public will be able to watch the Queen's funeral on big screens across the UK.
Ukraine's push against Russian troops in northeast puts pressure on Putin's war
Pressure on Russian President Vladimir Putin mounted both on the battlefield and in the halls of global power as Ukrainian troops waging a counteroffensive pushed Saturday to advance farther into the country's partly recaptured northeast.
Yeshiva University puts all student club activities on hold days after Supreme Court declined to block an order requiring the school to recognize LGBTQ club
New York's Yeshiva University announced Friday it would put all undergraduate club activities on hold, days after losing a bid to have the US Supreme Court block a court order that requires the university to recognize an LGBTQ student club, an attorney for th…