Today was a big day for news, with plenty of stories making headlines around the world. Here are some of the top stories from today.
Is the cost of Formula One worth it? Red Bull in discussions with FIA over F1 cost cap Accepted Breach Agreement
- Steven Gerrard sacked by Aston Villa after dismal Fulham defeat: The former Liverpool star was let go by the Championship club after just 11 months in charge.
- Kevin Spacey found not liable in sex abuse suit brought by Anthony Rapp: The actor was accused of sexually assaulting Rapp when Rapp was just 14 years old, but a jury found Spacey not liable in the civil suit.
- Why Liz Truss resigned as U.K. prime minister: A guide to the chaos: Truss resigned after just three months in office, amid infighting within the Conservative Party over Brexit.
- Aston Villa sack Steven Gerrard after 11 months in charge: The Championship club sacked the former Liverpool star after just 11 months in charge.
- PAHO: 210 million people in region did not take covid19 vaccine: The Pan American Health Organization said that 210 million people in the region had not taken the covid19 vaccine.
- The Loop live: Liz Truss resignation means UK facing third prime minister in three months, Kevin Spacey found not liable in civil sexual abuse trial: The Loop is a live blog that covers the latest news and updates on the resignation of Liz Truss and the finding of Kevin Spacey in the civil sexual abuse trial.
- Red Bull in discussions with FIA over F1 cost cap Accepted Breach Agreement: Red Bull is in discussions with the FIA over a possible breach of the cost cap agreement for the Formula One racing series.
- How beloved pet dog came to woman's rescue during kangaroo attack: A woman's beloved pet dog came to her rescue when she was attacked by a kangaroo.
- Flooding continues as more than 100mm of rain falls in NSW, Murray River peak yet to come: The floods in New South Wales continue as more than 100mm of rain have fallen and the Murray River is yet to peak.
- U.S. alleges Iranian troops in Crimea helping with Russia's drone attacks on Ukraine: The United States has alleged that Iranian troops are in Crimea helping Russia with its drone attacks on Ukraine.
- Liz Truss resigns: Tory leadership contenders need 100 backers by Monday: Liz Truss has resigned as the U.K. prime minister, and the contenders for her replacement need 100 backers by Monday.
- Mass drone attacks in Ukraine foreshadow the ‘future of warfare’: The mass drone attacks in Ukraine are seen as a foreshadowing of the future of warfare.
- 'Bye, bye Liz Truss, congrats to lettuce': World leaders react to Truss's historic departure: World leaders react to the resignation of Liz Truss, with some congratulating her on her historic accomplishment of becoming the first female U.K. prime minister to resign.
- Kevin Spacey didn’t molest actor Anthony Rapp, jury concludes: The jury in the civil suit brought by Rapp against Spacey concluded that Spacey did not molest Rapp.
- Supreme Court rejects request to block Biden student loan debt forgiveness program: The Supreme Court has rejected a request to block the Biden administration's student loan debt forgiveness program.
- Live: Overnight rain worsens fears in hardest-hit flood zones in Victoria and New South Wales: The overnight rain has worsened the flooding in Victoria and New South Wales, with the hardest-hit flood zones being in Victoria.
- Karl Stefanovic tears up in sweet message to daughter: Karl Stefanovic tears up in a sweet message to his daughter, saying that she is the best thing that has ever happened to him.
- Record-Breaking Gamma-Ray Burst Leaves Astrophysicists in Awe: A record-breaking gamma-ray burst has left astrophysicists in awe.
- Two security incidents occur at Supreme Court in same hour: Two security incidents have occurred at the Supreme Court in the same hour.
- Man found dead on the pavement as police cordon off road: A man has been found dead on the pavement as police cordon off the road.