My firefox seems to be based in England, not the US. Corrections?
The opening screen says BBC at the top
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This shows up when I press the "Latest Headlines" header on the task bar
You can use another website for your latest headlines if you do not want the BBC headlines.
Just visit your favorite news site and see if it offers an RSS feed and subscribe to that feed.