Nasa prepares to crash spacecraft into asteroid; Arsenal midfielder becomes Premier League's youngest-ever player

Today's News

The headlines for today include news about a young Arsenal player, a strange fireball in the sky, NASA's preparations to crash a spacecraft into an asteroid, and more.


  • Arsenal midfielder Ethan Nwaneri becomes the Premier League's youngest-ever player at 15 years and 181 days old.
  • No, the mysterious fireball that lit up the night sky wasn't space junk. It was probably a meteor.
  • NASA is making final preparations to crash a spacecraft into an asteroid in an effort to study the asteroid's composition.
  • A wild theory circulating online suggests that the bodyguards assigned to protect Prince Charles are actually aliens.
  • Real Madrid extends its perfect start to the season with a derby win against Atletico Madrid.
  • The National Grid Corporation of the Philippines is ordered to explain the lack of power reserve deals.
  • Western Alaska is confronting damage after a historic storm.
  • The order of service for Queen Elizabeth's state funeral has been released.
  • Prince George and Princess Charlotte will walk behind the Queen's coffin during the funeral procession.
  • Prince George and Princess Charlotte will follow their parents behind Queen Elizabeth's coffin at the funeral.
  • Arizona State has parted ways with Herm Edwards, three games into his fifth season as Sun Devils coach.
  • U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi condemns Azerbaijan's attacks on Armenia.
  • Leicester City is pricing up the cost of sacking Brendan Rodgers in a £10m-plus deal, with Brentford's Thomas Frank wanted as a replacement.
  • Bledisloe Cup rugby referee Nigel Owens has weighed in on the controversial All Blacks-Wallabies ending.
  • NASA's Mars rover, Perseverance, has collected 'amazing' rock samples.
  • Hurricane Fiona has made landfall on Puerto Rico, knocking out power to the island.
  • Alberta is playing catch-up on routine childhood vaccines after a pandemic dip.