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Short delay and lengthy injury report bring No. 19 BYU to rival Utah State

Short delay and lengthy injury report bring No. 19 BYU to rival Utah State

Brigham Young head coach Kalani Sitake questions the referees after a flag as BYU and Wyoming play at LaVell Edwards Stadium in Provo on Saturday Sept. 24, 2022. BYU won 38-24. (Scott G Winterton, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 6-7 minutes PROVO – Kalani Sitake woke up Monday morning and showed up to train with …

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American flags fly outside the New York Stock Exchange, Friday, in New York. Markets sold off around the world on mounting signs the global economy is weakening just as central banks raise the pressure even more with additional hikes to interest rates.

Dow plunges to 2022 low as recession fears rock global markets

American flags fly in front of the New York Stock Exchange on Friday in New York. Markets around the world sold off on growing signs of a weakening global economy, as central banks increased the pressure further with further interest rate hikes. (Mary Altaffer, Associated Press) Estimated reading time: 5-6 minutes NEW YORK — Stocks …

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Border traffic jams and desperation as Russians flee Putin's 'partial mobilization'

Border traffic jams and desperation as Russians flee Putin’s ‘partial mobilization’

For Ivan, a man who said he is an officer in the Russian reserves and left his country for Belarus on Thursday, the motivation was clear: “I don’t support what is happening, so I just decided that I have to leave right away,” he said. told CNN. “I felt like the doors were closing and …

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Finland says traffic is 'intensifying' at border with Russia

Finland says traffic is ‘intensifying’ at border with Russia

Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register VAALIMAA, Finland, September 22 (Reuters) – Traffic arriving at Finland’s eastern border with Russia “intensified” overnight after President Vladimir Putin ordered a partial military mobilization and remained high on Thursday but was under control, the Finnish border guard said. At the Vaalimaa border crossing, about a …

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A view of Saturn from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope captures details of its ring system and atmospheric details June 20, 2019. Scientists said on Thursday the destruction of a large moon that strayed too close to Saturn would account both for the birth of the gas giant planet's magnificent rings.

Violent death of moon Chrysalis may have spawned Saturn’s rings

A view of Saturn from NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope captures details of its ring system and atmospheric detail June 20, 2019. Scientists said on Thursday that the destruction of a large moon that moved too close to Saturn would both explain the birth of the gas giant planet. gorgeous rings. (NASA/ESA, A. Simon, MH Wong …

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Traffic, water shortages, now floods: the slow death of the Indian tech hub?

Traffic, water shortages, now floods: the slow death of the Indian tech hub?

Much of Bangalore submerged by recent floods Residents forced to wade waist-deep in water The disruptions raise questions about the city’s future as a tech hub Authorities vow to act, but extreme weather conditions may complicate plans BENGALURU, Sept 15 (Reuters) – Harish Pullanoor spent his weekends in the late 1980s roaming the swamps and …

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Bishop L. Todd Budge, right, of the Presiding Bishopric presented a $32 million donation to World Food Programme USA President and CEO Barron Segar, left, and WFP Deputy Executive Director Ute Klamert, center, on Wednesday at the World Food Programme headquarters in Rome.

Church of Jesus Christ donates $32 million for food crisis, largest humanitarian contribution ever

Bishop L. Todd Budge, right, of the Presiding Bishopric presented a $32 million gift to U.S. World Food Program President and CEO Barron Segar, left, and the WFP Deputy Executive Director Ute Klamert, center, Wednesday at the World Food Program headquarters in Rome. . (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) Estimated reading time: …

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An artist rendering of a bowfin fish attempting to sneak up on a frog floating at the surface of a pond while another bowfin regurgitates part of a recent meal of frogs and a salamander. The bowfin fish is the suspected predator of a 150 million-year-old vomit fossil discovered in southeast Utah.

150 million year old vomit found in Utah offers ‘rare glimpse’ of prehistoric ecosystems

An artist’s rendering of a rainbowfish attempting to sneak up on a frog floating on the surface of a pond while another rainbowfish regurgitates part of a recent meal of frogs and of a salamander. The bowfish is the suspected predator of a 150-million-year-old vomit fossil discovered in southeastern Utah. (Brian Engh via Utah State …

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Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell (45) prepares to shoot free throws during the game against the Philadelphia 76ers at Vivint Arena in Salt Lake City on Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2021.

‘We have a plan’: Jazz announces Mitchell trade, admits change needed

Utah Jazz goaltender Donovan Mitchell (45) prepares to shoot free throws during the game against the Philadelphia 76ers at Vivint Arena in Salt Lake City on Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2021. (Spenser Heaps, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — Danny Ainge has a plan, but there’s this caveat: It will take …

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