The four royals received new titles following the death of Queen Elizabeth II on Sept. 8
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A teenage soldier who took part in the Queen's state funeral has been found dead at his barracks. Household Cavalry Trooper Jack Burnell-Williams was among those to escort the late monarch's coffin as it was carried by gun carriage through Whitehall and down the Mall following the service at Westminster Abbey. The Army has confirmed that the 18-year-old, from Bridgend, South Wales, died on Wednesday at Hyde Park Barracks in Knightsbridge.
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- StyleThe Independent
The spectacle delighted attendees at the Coperni fashion show
- US PoliticsRolling Stone
The former president howled about the Senate Minority Leader and made a racist remark about former Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao
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The images that have come out of Southwest Florida — during and after Hurricane Ian — are jarring.
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Susan Russo, nicknamed the “Black Widow” killer, died at Central California Women’s Facility in Chowchilla. She was convicted in the 1994 murder of her husband, who was a U.S. Navy officer.
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Ian Roper, 58, “commanded” his victim to remove her clothing while making her think she was sitting on a hot sun bed, the court heard.
- EntertainmentCountry Living
Miranda Lambert has touched down in Vegas for her residency. With killer vocals and flashy pyrotechnics, her western-inspired outfit is taking center stage.
- US PoliticsABC News
The National Archives has still not recovered all the presidential records that should have been turned over at the end of the Trump administration, according to a new letter to Congress from the acting archivist. "We do know that we do not have custody of everything we should," Debra Steidel Wall, acting archivist of the United States, said in her letter to Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., suggesting that former officials had still not turned over electronic messages of official business done on