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WFO NEW YORK CITY Warnings, Watches and Advisories for Sunday, October 2, 2022
It has been almost three decades since the NHL took the names off the back of officials’ jerseys and replaced them with numbers. And with the notable exception of Wes McCauley and a few others, most referees and linesmen work under the radar by design. But their lives away from the rink humanize them to players and coaches and make the entire game go smoother. Corey Syvret is a former player transitioning to the job he never knew he wanted. Garrett Rank is a mid-amateur golfer who qualified for the 2018 U.S. Open. And Ryan Daisy fresh off his first Stanley Cup Final likes getting away from the microscope in the offseason.
Pope Francis has appealed to Russian President Vladimir Putin, imploring him to “stop this spiral of violence and death” in Ukraine. Francis also denounced Sunday what he called the “absurd” risk of nuclear war. Francis made his strongest appeal yet on the more than seventh-month war as he addressed the public in St. Peter’s Square. The pontiff also called on Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy to “be open” to serious peace proposals. He also exhorted the international community to “use all diplomatic instruments” to end this “huge tragedy” and “horror” of war.
British Prime Minister Liz Truss has acknowledged she could have done a better job “laying the ground” for her package of unfunded tax cuts. But she insisted Sunday that she would push on with an economic plan that has caused turmoil on financial markets and weakened the country’s public finances. Truss acknowledged that the U.K. faces “a very turbulent and stormy time” but said her policies would lead to a “high-growth, low-tax economy” in the longer term. The comments are unlikely to calm Truss’s Conservative Party. The party opens its four-day annual conference on Sunday amid plunging poll ratings and growing public discontent.