New movies faring poorly as U.S. audiences return to theaters at slow paceBox office is modest for ‘Tenet,’ ‘New Mutants,’ new ‘Infidel’ and other recent releases. House passes bill to avert shutdownThe government would shut down on Oct. 1 if Congress doesn’t pass a spending bill in time. Leaders spar at UN General Assembly amid global crisisWorld leaders gathered virtually Tuesday for this week's United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), with the UN's historic 75th anniversary overshadowed by strongmen leaders, fraying relations and a sense of intensifying international crisis. Tories warn Rishi Sunak amid Covid tax hike rumoursSeveral Conservatives backbenchers argue that focus must be on supporting a continued economic recovery France to Smooth Snarled Testing Process as Virus Pressure GrowsThe country is now carrying out over one million tests weekly, but critics say getting results takes too long as cases surge and hospitalizations increase. COVID cases: Colleges using apps, sensors, police to track students Analysis | The U.S.’s global standing plummets, while Americans yearn for a restorationTwo new polls show a decline in the country’s global reputation and deep American support for a return to robust diplomacy. US remembers 9/11 as pandemic changes tribute traditionsNEW YORK (AP) — Americans commemorated 9/11 Friday as a new national crisis — the coronavirus pandemic — reconfigured and divided anniversary ceremonies and a presidential campaign carved a path... British business calls for green recovery, policies to meet net zeroBritain's leading business group has called on the government to implement green measures to help the economy recover from the coronavirus pandemic, and bring forward policies to enable to country to meet its climate targets. US and UK rank lowest in poll on handling of coronavirus pandemicSurvey across 14 countries finds most people feel their governments responded well to Covid-19, with the exception of Americans and Britons, who were split.