Global Headline News for 24 Sep 2020
Cindy Erazo was accused of aggravated homicide after an obstetric emergency A woman sentenced to 30 years in jail after a stillbirth that was judged to be her fault has been released from jail in El... Salvador. Cindy Erazo, 29, from San Salvador, was granted conditional freedom on Wednesday after six years in jail.
A face mask was discovered inside the stomach of a dead penguin that washed up on a beach in Brazil, according to a local environmental conservation group. The Magellanic penguin was found on Juqueí... beach in São Paulo on Sept. 9, the Instituto Argonauta announced in a press release last Tuesday. "This case is unequivocal...
Two Louisville police officers have been shot amid protests over the decision not to indict any officers in the police killing of Breonna Taylor. The officers are expected to survive and a suspect is... in custody, police said.
Louisville Metro Police Department Interim Chief Robert Schroeder said the two officers sustained "non-life-threatening" injuries.
South Korea condemns 'brutal' killing of fishery official and urges Pyongyang to punish those involved in the incident.
The relationship between high school sweethearts turns toxic, culminating in a fatal shooting with allegations of abuse that would leave their families shattered and their small town of Griffin,... Georgia, divided over the evidence in the case.
The families had grown angry at the former government for delaying the search operation and giving them what turned out to be false hope. Now, the new government says spies tracked the families.
In response to a question, the president complained about mail-in ballots and said: "There won't be a transfer, frankly. There will be a continuation."
It was the Ides of March for this adorable alpaca named Ceasar. A brown bear broke into the Alaska Zoo in Anchorage killing the popular, white-furred alpaca with tufted ears, officials said Wednesday.... The bear managed to tunnel under the zoo’s fencing early Sunday before the facility had opened to the public, knocking over bins...
The home "was a completely leveled home with debris up and down the street," the fire chief said.
Used contraceptives found in warehouse in Binh Duong province were boiled, dried and reshaped Police in Vietnam have confiscated an estimated 345,000 used condoms which had been cleaned and resold as... new, state media reported. Footage by state-owned Vietnam Television (VTV) this week showed dozens of large bags containing the used contraceptives scattered across the floor of a warehouse in the southern province of Binh Duong.
Neil Henry Elliott, 46, was arrested in April after the unidentified sex worker was found dead at his home in Pattaya, Thailand. It is unclear how he was able to leave the country.
Pushback comes after PM's suggestion UK's Covid-19 infection rate was worse than Italy because Britons loved their freedom more Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Italy's... president, Sergio Mattarella, said its citizens "also love freedom, but we also care about seriousness", responding to Boris Johnson's suggestion that the UK's rate of coronavirus infection was worse than both Italy and Germany's because Britons loved their freedom more. Mattarella's comments came at the end of a ceremony in Sardinia, in memory of the former Italian president Francesco Cossiga.
UK foreign secretary says ready to use 'all tools at our disposal' to hold Lukashenko to account, as protests grow.
A South Korean official was shot dead after crossing a maritime border into North Korea, Seoul said Thursday.
Chinese media reports that Beijing has banned two Australian academics, longstanding China critic Professor Clive Hamilton and one-time colleague and China analyst Alex Joske, from entering the... country.
President Trump on Wednesday night offered prayers to the two cops shot in Louisville amid protests over the grand jury in the Breonna Taylor case. "Praying for the two police officers that were shot... tonight in Louisville, Kentucky," the president tweeted. "The Federal Government stands behind you and is ready to help." The president also...
People gathered throughout the city to protest after a Kentucky grand jury decided not to charge any Louisville police officers for their role in Breonna Taylor's killing.
A new wave of national protests began following the announcement of a single indictment in the fatal police shooting of Breonna Taylor in Louisville.
Beleaguered leader urges end to 'coercive measures' while opposition leader calls for 'decisive action' to oust Maduro.
A former officer was charged with "wanton endangerment" for endangering Ms. Taylor's neighbors with gunshots when she was killed by police officers in her Louisville apartment.
Photo editing app Gradient is under fire for a new feature that lets people alter their ethnicity in images, with many slamming it for promoting digital "blackface."
President Donald Trump claimed Wednesday that the White House could override the US Food and Drug Administration if the agency released tougher standards for the authorization of a Covid-19 vaccine,... casting such a move as "political."
Two women and a baby have been injured after a car drove off one of the busiest stretches of coastline in Newcastle, NSW Police confirm.
Construction has continued despite Beijing's claim 're-education' system is winding down China has built nearly 400 internment camps in Xinjiang region, with construction on dozens continuing over the... last two years, even as Chinese authorities said their "re-education" system was winding down, an Australian thinktank has found. The network of camps in China's far west, used to detain Uighurs and people from other Muslim minorities, include 14 that are still under construction, according to the latest satellite imaging obtained by the Australian Strategic Policy Institute.
Launch is four months behind schedule and comes as cases soar to levels not seen since May.
Asked by reporters about two issues of deep importance to Democrats, the party's nominee was circumspect. The Biden campaign later released a fuller statement about Ms. Taylor.
She's taking a real “brow” beating! A model who grew a unibrow to embrace a more "unique" style says she’s been harassed online -- and has even lost work because of it. "I get mocked mostly on... social media sites like TikTok because of my look. People are constantly telling me that I would be...
Thousands turned out for largely peaceful protests in more than a dozen cities after news of the grand jury's decision in Louisville At least one police officer was shot amid protests over the... announcement that three officers involved in the killing of Breonna Taylor would not be charged for her death. Police in Louisville, Kentucky, said on Wednesday evening that one officer had been shot amid protests in the city. The statement from a spokesman for the Louisville Metropolitan Police Department did not elaborate on the condition of the officer or the circumstances of the shooting.
Long lines of mourners waited outside the Supreme Court to pay their respects, but President Trump again made clear he would not honor her dying wish that filling her seat wait until the next... president was chosen.
Right-wing group the Proud Boys were denied a permit for their planned Saturday rally in Portland, city officials announced Wednesday, citing coronavirus concerns. The proposed rally at Delta Park in... north Portland was expected to draw 10,000 Proud Boy supporters. Two concurrent counter protests by left-wing groups were also planned in the city, including one...
An elderly gardener died from a brain-eating amoeba found in soil after it turned part of his frontal lobe into a mushy liquid, according to researchers in Georgia. The 82-year-old man is believed to... have contracted the shape-shifting organism while potting plants at an unnamed location, and was later struck by seizures, according to a...
Erik Drauschke, a 14-year veteran of the Reading Police Department, shot Alan Greenough in the chest in February 2018.
"I wish a lot of luck to Harry, because he's going to need it," Mr. Trump said.
The New York Times has photographers on the ground following protests across the country.
More than 100 were arrested overnight. Two police officers were shot and a suspect is in custody. Breonna Taylor's family is outraged. Latest updates.
In a Senate hearing on Capitol Hill, Dr. Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, warned that most Americans - perhaps 90% - are still at risk of contracting the... coronavirus. Dr. Uché Blackstock joined CBSN with more.
Ex-leader Salih Mustafa is first suspect detained by tribunal over 1998-99 war An international tribunal investigating war crimes committed during Kosovo's 1998-99 independence war has arrested its... first suspect, a former commander of separatist fighters. The Kosovo Specialist Chambers, based in The Hague, said the former Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) commander Salih Mustafa was arrested based on a "warrant, transfer order and confirmed indictment issued by a pre-trial judge". The court's statement did not identify the charges on which he was indicted.
The tiny but playable cube, made of 'ultra-precision metal', was released to mark the 40th anniversary of the original 3D puzzle. It is has gone on sale in Japan at a cost of 198,000 yen (£1,480).
Alexei Navalny's spokeswoman says the dissident's Moscow apartment has been seized because of a lawsuit.
Joe Biden has put an emphasis on the middle class in his economic plan, pledging to repeal President Donald Trump's tax cuts for the wealthy. Trump's major economic achievement as president was the... 2017 tax cut, and he often points to the stock market as an economic indicator.
Images have been released of a suspect in the alleged sexual assault of a sleeping man in midtown Toronto last month. TorontoPolice say a 42-year-old man was asleep in the Mount Pleasant Rd. and... Eglinton Ave. E. area on Aug. 14 when another man entered his room between 5:30 a.m. and 6 a.m. Cops allege the second man sexually assaulted the 42-year-old, and then fled when he was confronted. The suspect is described as 30-40 years of age and about 5-foot-8 with a slim build, and a shaved or bald head. He was also clean-shaven and wearing a white T-shirt and blue jeans. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-5300 or Crime Stoppers at 416-222-TIPS (8477).
Britain bungled its response to the coronavirus the first time around
Joshua tree could become first plant species protected by law in state as current habitat increasingly becomes less viable The western Joshua tree will be considered for protection under the... California Endangered Species Act, possibly becoming the first plant species to be given protection of law in the state because of a primarily climate crisis-related threat. The California Fish and Game Commission voted Tuesday to accept a petition that provides the gnarly-limbed yucca plants protected status for a year while the state conducts a study. The Joshua tree - which is not a tree but is actually a succulent called Yucca brevifolia - has graced the landscape of the Mojave desert for 2.5m years.
Scientists have determined how and where the Asian giant hornet could spread and find an ideal habitat, both in the United States and worldwide.
Survivalism can be less about guns and ammo, and more about homemaking and community resilience.
The country has reported nearly 75,000 coronavirus deaths -- one of the world's highest tolls.
JK Rowling's latest book Troubled Blood, which features a male killer who dresses up in women's clothes, has reignited claims that the Harry Potter author is 'transphobic'.
Seven hundred workers at Jean Coutu's central warehouse in Varennes went on strike for 24 hours on Wednesday.
Grace, class and grit under extreme heat. Flying on the space shuttle twice to the International Space station, Governor General Julie Payette understands being in the hot seat. The Queen’s... representative — despite the turmoil of her office being under an independent work place review — delivered the throne speech flawlessly. Sitting in the temporary senate, socially distanced two meters from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, she offered a glimpse into the remarkable, great Canadian side those close to her say is authentic. Most of the speech was Trudeau’s words that critics can scrutinize. The part Payette wrote spoke to Canada’s situation and her own. She talked of vaccines, social distancing, science, praising front-line workers while mourning the coronavirus fallen. But this...
>A federal judge on Thursday tossed a lawsuit filed by former Playboy model Karen McDougal that claimed she was defamed by Fox News host Tucker Carlson’s comments about her alleged affair with... Donald Trump in 2006. Carlson had accused McDougal of shaking down Trump for $150,000 in exchange for her silence about an alleged 10-month...
Michael Kiwanuka has been revealed as the 2020 Mercury Prize winner for his self-titled third album which was described as a 'masterpiece' by judges.
Firm shows new motorised display, car alarm, Luna game-streaming service and more Amazon has announced a full range of new spherical Echo devices, new motorised smart display, a camera drone that... flies around your house, a game-streaming service and more. In a streaming presentation, the firm showed off a smorgasbord of new devices from its various brands, including Ring, Eero Fire and Echo.
The 43-year-old musician took to Twitter on Wednesday night to deliver an ultimatum to the retailer, with whom he was set to release a 2021 clothing range.
A shotgun-toting Washington State grandma stopped a would-be home intruder in his tracks — and held him until police arrived. The granny, who only gave her first name, Sandy, told KIRO that a man... was trying to break into her home Sunday night. She knew something was wrong when her dog started barking, she said....
Chancellor says Britain faces winter of business failures and job losses due to Covid impact Key points from Rishi Sunak's winter economy plan - at a glance What is Rishi Sunak's job support scheme... and how will it work? Analysis: Sunak tries to stop job losses hitting postwar record Rishi Sunak has warned that Britain faces a winter of rising unemployment as he said a new multibillion-pound spending package to boost an economy battered by Covid-19 would not be enough to prevent business failures and job losses over the coming months. The chancellor said his winter jobs plan - a combination of wage top-ups, cash flow support for companies and an extended VAT cut for the hardest-hit sectors - was needed after tougher curbs to tackle the pandemic were announced earlier this week.
Alissa Marque Heydari, deputy director at the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, joined "Red and Blue" to discuss a grand jury's decision in the Breonna... Taylor case. Fired Louisville officer Brett Hankison was charged with wanton endangerment, but police were not directly charged in Taylor's death.
Making his debut on the UK show, co-host Matt Lucas impersonated a bumbling Boris Johnson as he recreated a spoof press conference with the slogan 'Stay Alert, Protect Cake, Save Loaves'.
An Arkansas man visiting a state park uncovered a 9-carat diamond that he initially thought was glass, officials said. Kevin Kinard, 33, a bank branch manager from Maumelle, had been exploring Crater... of Diamonds State Park with pals when he picked up a marble-sized gem that had a rounded, dimpled shape, according to park officials...
Brazilian investigation found company was one of several that secretly worked with 1964-85 military government The German carmaker Volkswagen has agreed to pay millions in compensation to former... employees in Brazil who were persecuted during the country's military dictatorship. A Brazilian government-appointed investigation found that Volkswagen was one of several corporations that secretly collaborated with the 1964-85 military government to identify suspected "subversives" and trade unionists.
US Attorney John Durham is expanding his probe into the origins of the Russia investigation and turning his sights on the Clinton Foundation, according to a report on Thursday. Durham, who was named... by Attorney General William Barr to investigate “Crossfire Hurricane,” the FBI’s operation to examine any ties between the Russians and President Trump’s...
Boris Becker looked anguished at Scott's in Mayfair, London after he was told he faces seven years in jail if found guilty of hiding assets when he filed for bankruptcy.
While no one is able to attend Munich's Oktoberfest in person, that doesn't mean its spirit isn't alive and thriving in other parts of the world.
The new rules, which also ban customers in England from ordering from the bar, come as the government aims to avoid a second national lockdown in the face of rising infection figures.
Miners digging for gold in Australia's Outback discovered a three-mile long meteorite crater that was created some 100 million years ago by a 660 feet wide meteor smashing into the Earth.
When asked on Wednesday, President Trump refused to commit to a peaceful transfer of power should he lose in November. In this emergency installment of the FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast, the crew... discusses ways that Trump could subvert the results of the election and how his rhetoric affects American democracy. You can listen to the episode […]
His victory was broadcast to the masses on The One Show -- let's hope this brilliant musician will be further embraced by the mainstream There is a sense in which the Mercury prize has benefitted from... the coronavirus pandemic. True, the award ceremony itself had to be cancelled - cruelly depriving music industry bigwigs of their annual opportunity to talk loudly all the way through live performances by those nominees in which they don't have a vested interest - but in terms of television exposure, it's suddenly gone supernova. For years, the Mercury has been bounced around the schedules in a way that somehow suggested TV executives didn't think anyone was that interested. It was hard to escape the feeling that, if things got much worse, it was going to end up on one of those weird channels...
Eventually 37 sites will be made available as interactive 3D models on smartphones. Google Arts & Culture launched the new Search tool ahead of World Tourism Day on September 27.
As some residents on the West Coast return to communities devastated by wildfires, voters are weighing how important the issue of climate change is in the 2020 presidential election. The director of... Yale's Program on Climate Change Communication, Dr. Anthony Leiserowitz ,joins CBSN to discuss the "quite dramatic" differences between President Trump and Joe Biden's positions.
Eat, pray, burn. A village in Bali that became a tourist hotspot after it was featured in the hit memoir "Eat, Pray, Love" is now a massive COVID-19 crematorium, according to a report. Bebalang... Village -- where author Elizabeth Gilbert stopped during her soul-searching journey -- has been flooded by the bodies of people who...
The UK's BBC Sounds was launched in 2018 as a 'digital home' for audio content - featuring live and on-demand radio, music mixes and podcasts.
A California man has been using his family’s vineyard as a “tactical training camp” before he mowed down a group of protesters in his truck, federal authorities said. Benjamin Jong Ren Hung, 28,... was busted Wednesday on gun crimes stemming from him driving into a demonstration May 31 in Pasadena, according to a federal criminal...
A pair of Florida siblings -- one a paramedic, the other a teacher's aide -- died from COVID-19 just one day apart, relatives and county officials said.
Some workers say government has been generous, while others worry job scheme does not go far enough Key points from Rishi Sunak's winter economy plan What is Sunak's job support scheme and how will it... work? When Rishi Sunak announced his winter jobs programme on Thursday, he will have had Red Wall constituencies such as Bolton North East in mind.
Speaking on the Senate floor Thursday, McConnell (R-Ky.) described 26-year-old Taylor's killing as "tragic."
A new Ring security drone and Ring for the car were part of Amazon's virtual press event along with new Alexa products and the Luna gaming service.
"Violent opportunists have exploited these demonstrations in various ways," the department said in a statement explaining the charges.
Lucy Fagg, 16, had been subjected to name-calling after the breakdown of a relationship before she stepped out in front of a train at a station in Sturry, near Canterbury in Kent, on March 6.
Breonna Taylor's mother says the system failed her daughter. Kentucky's governor declines President Trump's offer for federal assistance. Latest news.
Cryptome also published documents that are at centre of Julian Assange extradition case US authorities have never asked a WikiLeaks rival to take down unredacted cables that have been among those at... the centre of the legal battle to send Julian Assange to the US, his extradition hearing has been told. The evidence was given by a veteran internet activist whose website, Cryptome, published more than 250,000 classified documents a day before WikiLeaks began placing them online.
A solicitation of prostitution charge against New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft has been dropped by Florida prosecutors after an appeals court tossed the video evidence.
Members of the public booed Trump as he approached the casket atop the marble steps of the Supreme Court building to honor Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Retailer GameStop revealed on Twitter Thursday it will offer more pre-orders of Sony's PS5 on Friday, Sept. 25.
Oliver Dowden will be 'asking sports to help themselves' Leicester Tigers chairman Peter Tom warns of disaster The government has ramped up the pressure on the Premier League by confirming for the... first time that it expects them to help lower league clubs in peril. The warning came from the culture secretary Oliver Dowden, who said that while he was "acutely aware" of the devastating impact of postponing the return of fans, he would also be "asking sports to help themselves - starting with the Premier League in respect of football". That position is shared by Downing Street and was reinforced by the sports minister Nigel Huddleston, who told parliament on Thursday: "Where it can, we will expect the top tiers of professional sport to look at ways it can support itself, with the government...
Wearing some clothes more than once can do more harm than good.
A factory in Vietnam was raided for washing and reselling in excess of 320,000 used condoms, passing the contraceptives off as new, according to local police. In order to “recycle” the dirty... rubbers, Pham Thi Thanh Ngoc, 32, allegedly had roughly 1,000 condoms delivered monthly to the facility in Tan Uyen Town, where she cleaned and reshaped them, according to the Vietnam Insider. Pham, who rented the facility, remolded the contraceptives with a wooden shaft to make them look fresh again and then placed them in new packaging, the local media outlet reported. During the raid, police seized a total of 324,000 used condoms, officials said. Thousands more had already been sold to unsuspecting customers. “Condoms are classified as medical items, so we will take a look at the several laws...
The Navy looked to the sea for inspiration as it developed two new anti-terror weapons — a pneumatically-launched “rubber octopus” and an artificial “hagfish slime.” Both inventions would... let the Navy temporarily stop a suspicious approaching boat or jet ski without causing loss of life, an improvement over shooting first and asking questions later. The...
The 20-year-old suspect is now facing several charges.
While arrests and prosecutions are up in Vietnam, conservationists warn the scourge of trafficking continues.
For the first time in weeks, no tropical storms or hurricanes are spinning anywhere in the Atlantic Basin.
The chief executives of Twitter, Google and Facebook have been ordered to testify at a US Senate hearing on October 1.
UK financial watchdog also criticised social media companies for allowing investment scam ads on their platforms Britain's financial watchdog has warned that hundreds of small and medium-sized City... firms are at risk of collapse due to the economic pressures of the Covid-19 crisis. The Financial Conduct Authority also said it was concerned about the impact of home working during the pandemic, and that companies may struggle to supervise workers in highly-regulated jobs, like trading, over the long-term.
A new partnership between engineers at Montreal's Ecole Polytechnique and Pyrowave, a start-up based in Valleyfield, Quebec, are working on new ways to recycle Styrofoam and other plastics that are... generally difficult to recycle.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) set aside the ambitious progressive policies that animated his two presidential candidacies on Thursday to warn the country about something more basic: that America faces an... existential threat. President Donald Trump’s increasingly bold rhetoric about not counting ballots and refusing to promise a peaceful transition of power have convinced Sanders that […]
TIME has released its list of the year's most influential people. Dan Macsai, the magazine's executive editor and editorial director of TIME100, spoke with CBSN's Tanya Rivero about what makes this... year's list so different from past ones.
"A huge part of this nation's glory, to the extent it exists as a beacon to others, is the peaceful transfer of power based on the vote of the people of this country."
The camera is launched when sensors detect a potential home break-in.
Two window washers are counting their lucky stars after the swing stage they were on crashed 25 storeys to the ground in midtown Toronto on Thursday. Toronto Police said the call came in around 12:30... p.m. about two men who were finishing their window washing duties near the 25th floor of 2180 Yonge St., near Eglinton Ave., when their swing station came loose and fell to the ground. “There was two individuals who were left dangling from the side of the building,” said Const. Edward Parks. “Those two individuals were assisted by several people who were able to get them to the top of the building.” Parks said there were no reported injuries for the two men and luckily, no one was walking by on the ground level when the metal structure crashed. UNKNOWN TROUBLE:Yonge St + Eglinton Ave...
This week, former President Barack Obama shared something quite personal with millions of his social media followers.
The scales of justice reeled in a couple of Utah men who were angling to win a bass fishing competition - but ended up pleading gill-ty to felonies for cheating, according to reports. Robert Dennett,... 45, and Kamron Wootton, 35, both of Washington City, recently admitted to illegally relocating fish during a 2018 tournament at...
New York will conduct a review of any coronavirus vaccines approved by the federal government. Study says virus has mutated. Latest COVID news.
Mixed feelings as icon of working-class London and Europe's first ever large indoor retail centre makes way for development After 55 years the final few traders were packing up their shops and stalls... at the Elephant and Castle shopping centre in south London with mixed feelings about what the future might hold. "It's time for a change, because really everything has to be different," Luz Villamizar, a "60-something" trader said with tears in her eyes. "It's time because this is not a nice building now, anymore."
EWN has heard at least two voice messages circulating on social media, indicating that certain groups had met and agreed to stage protests against the presence of foreign nationals in the country.
Angry protesters took to the streets across the country after a Kentucky grand jury did not charge any officers with killing Ms. Taylor in her apartment.
Attorney general denies cases against Ethiopian prime minister's opponents are politically motivated.
The "blob" of hotter ocean water that killed sea lions and other marine life in 2014 and 2015 may become permanent.
House Democrats announced they would conduct an impeachment investigation into Donald Trump's conduct in Ukraine on Sept. 24, 2019.
The last time a Canadian prime minister asked for national airtime was possibly in 2008 when Conservative Stephen Harper’s five-minute, pre-taped message, in English and French, spoke to how a... coalition government backed by “separatists” would not help Canada in the face of a global economic crisis. Soon after, he prorogued Parliament. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s 15-minute usurping of national airtime, his own prorogation of Parliament now over, had agreed-upon ground rules that his speech not be political. He ignored them. The consensus among national pundits and panelists, including former NDP leader Tom Mulcair, was that Trudeau’s speech was very political, and even had the whiff of an election campaign address. In fact, the entire night was political. The PM’s rare...
A Massachusetts construction worker’s death last year was due to his taste for black licorice, doctors say. The rare incident was reported Wednesday in the New England Journal of Medicine , which... detailed how the 54-year-old man ate a bag and a half of the candy every day for two weeks prior to dying. The man, who had just switched from red, fruit-flavoured twists to the black licorice version, collapsed inside a fast-food restaurant and died the next day. Licorice contains glycyrrhizic acid, which can deplete potassium levels and cause imbalances in other minerals, especially electrolytes, thus contributing to heart rhythm problems, doctors explained. “Even a small amount of licorice you eat can increase your blood pressure a little bit,” said Dr. Neel Butala, a cardiologist at...
Folk-soul singer wins £25,000 prize on third attempt for the album Kiwanuka, described by the Guardian as one of the best albums of the past decade The 2020 Mercury prize for the year's best British... album has gone to Michael Kiwanuka for his self-titled album, Kiwanuka. "I'm over the moon, so so excited," he said on receiving the prize. "This [prize] is for art, for music, for albums - it's the only thing I've ever wanted to do, so to win a Mercury is a dream come true... It's blown my mind." He wins £25,000.
Black Lives Matter scrubbed a page on its website this week that disparaged the "Western-prescribed nuclear family structure," prompting a former NFL lineman to blast critics who accused him of... previously misinterpreting the organization’s incendiary message. The group, whose co-founder Patrisse Cullors has described herself and fellow co-founder Alicia Garza as "trained Marxists," removed a...
After a Kentucky grand jury decided not to charge Louisville police officers with the death of Breonna Taylor, protests erupted in cities across the country. Jamiles Lartey, a staff writer at The... Marshall Project, joins CBSN to explore the legal layers surrounding the case.
In a speech Thursday, Senator Bernie Sanders warned that President Donald Trump "is prepared to undermine American democracy in order to stay in power." His comments came a day after the president... refused to promise a peaceful transfer of power if he loses. Sanders said the 2020 election is a race "between Donald Trump and democracy, and democracy must win." Watch a portion of his remarks.
A Montana restaurant owner allegedly raped an employee inside a women's restroom and sexually assaulted another worker, according to a report. Chien "Howard" Hwa Shen, 48, was charged Tuesday in... Yellowstone District Court with one felony count of sexual intercourse without consent and a misdemeanor count of sexual assault, the Billings Gazette reports. Shen, who...
Elite sport will be fine in the end but the entire structure needs rethinking and taxpayers' money should go to the grassroots Pack up the flags. Close the turnstiles. Cover the plastic seats with an... inspirational tarpaulin. The gates are being closed. And frankly it is anyone's guess when they might be open again. The news this week that the government has withdrawn its mandate for the staged return of spectators to professional sport has been greeted with dismay, and at times a barely contained sense of anger, among those whose job it is to keep the industry wheels clanking along.
World No.6 Stefanos Tsitsipas has beaten Pablo Cuevas 7-5 6-4 to reach the quarter-finals of the Hamburg European Open.
The star's soul-searching, self-titled album is named the best British record of the past 12 months.
A killer was convicted Thursday in Australia’s longest-running cold case -- offering closure in a chilling, decades-old murder mystery. Bradley Robert Edwards, 51, was found guilty of stabbing to... death two women in the “Claremont serial killer” case after DNA evidence from the mid-1990s led to his arrest, according to CNN. "It caused unimaginable heartbreak...
Former Labour MP denies accusations as charity's vice-chair also steps down The chair of Unicef UK, Douglas Alexander, has resigned after being accused of bullying behaviour towards staff. One of the... charity's vice-chairs, Caroline Underwood, also announced she had stepped down, a day after the executive director, Sacha Deshmukh, resigned amid the bullying allegations.
After 38 years of secret donations, a billionaire many times over has, at 89, given away all $8 billion to schools, charities, and foundations. Chuck Feeney of San Francisco has walked the walk after... amassing his fortune as a co-founder of Duty Free Shoppers, following through on a pledge to empty his pockets for a […]
A child welfare worker and McHenry County board member pleaded not guilty Thursday to child endangerment in the death of 5-year-old AJ Freund of Crystal Lake.
"We tried. I'm sorry," wrote owner Alex Sáenz.
Scientists in a paper published Wednesday identified a new strain of the virus, which accounted for 99.9 percent of cases during the second wave in the Houston, Texas area.
A friend of a woman and her two kids who lost everything after a massive fire ravaged a Richmond Hill housing complex in July — displacing over a dozen families — has launched a GoFundMe to help... her find a new home. Natalie Beharry said her friend Simone Bennett, 38, and her eight and nine-year-old sons are trying to pick up the pieces after a fire tore through the 75 Weldrick Rd. E. complex — just east of Yonge St. — on July 26 and destroyed nearly 20 units as it burned for more than 12 hours. “Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, she lost her job (at a factory assembly line) in March and was unable to sustain her car and home insurance payments, a story told by many in this unexpected and longstanding pandemic,” Beharry said in the GoFundMe post. “She lost everything in the home...
Australia's Strategic Policy Institute says it has recorded 152 cases of Beijing's 'coercive diplomacy'.
Dr Sondra Crosby, a Boston University professor, told the court about Assange's mental health during his time holed up in the Ecuadorian Embassy via video-link from the US.
Kentucky officials are working to make public more information in the Breonna Taylor investigation, Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer said Thursday, as fallout continued over the grand jury decision not... to directly indict any cops in her death. “What we’re doing is working with the attorney general and … the FBI to understand what we can...
The senator used his first public political event since March to paint a grim picture of President Trump's threat to U.S. democracy.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein called it 'deeply concerning' if a Supreme Court nominee is confirmed before a new president is inaugurated.
Doctors are seeing a huge increase in patients who have been shedding abnormal amounts of hair, and they believe it is related to stress associated with the coronavirus.
During your midday break, you can hit up the fitness center or roof deck putting green.
Demonstrations occurred in several major US cities Wednesday after just one police officer charged with wanton endangerment Breonna Taylor decision - live updates Fresh protests were expected in... Louisville and elsewhere in America on Thursday as public anger and sadness continued to ripple out from the Kentucky city in the wake of the announcement that no police officers would be charged directly with the shooting death of Breonna Taylor in March. The civil rights lawyer Ben Crump, speaking on behalf of Taylor's relatives, said the family was "outraged, they were insulted and they were, mostly, offended" by the conclusion of a grand jury in Kentucky on Wednesday.
The senator slammed the president's refusal to commit to a peaceful transfer of power and his opposition to mail-in voting.
Bob Willis Trophy final day two: Somerset 301 all out Cook ends with five for 76 after Byrom hits century A mix of frustration and anticipation at Lord's. There was more disruption from the weather... after a sunny morning during which Somerset recovered from a shaky overnight position. The anticipation comes from the fact there are still three days of play available and the forecast is supposed to improve. Related: Essex bowl Somerset out for 301: Bob Willis Trophy final, day two - as it happened
Tensions boiled over Wednesday at the news that none of the three officers involved in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor would be charged.
The latest move comes as Israel is poised to enter the second week of a three-week lockdown imposed last Friday, which included the closure of schools and restrictions on work and leisure.
Without the aid of someone to share the emotional and logistical work, single parents are juggling more than just online schooling and work from home.
The book, "Black, Blind & in Charge," exposes the inside chaos of Spitzer's 2008 resignation.
"I don't think this team is done yet."
To a generation of cricket-loving Australian children, Dean Jones was a hero. To Victorians, he was something closer to a sporting martyr but his death at 59 prematurely robs a family of a husband and... father, and removes from the Australian sporting landscape a cult figure, writes Russell Jackson.
Prosecutors have suggested in court papers that an investigation into the president could focus on a range of possible crimes.
Exclusive: significant proportion of severely ill people have inborn errors, study finds Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage A significant proportion of patients who develop... life-threatening forms of Covid-19 have genetic or immunological defects that impair their ability to fight the virus, research has found. In papers published in the journal Science, the Covid Human Genetic Effort international consortium describes two glitches in severely ill Covid-19 patients that prevent them from making a frontline immune molecule called type 1 interferon.
Bristol City v Aston Villa and Manchester City v Bournemouth Lincoln's Montsma: 'It's not easy to do modelling and football' And feel free to send Will an email or tweet @Will_Unwin 7.00pm BST Ben... Fisher is our man in Bristol. Bristol City welcome Aston Villa to Ashton Gate in the Carabao Cup: 6.57pm BST Phil Grey asks: "Is that THE Van Dijk in the Liverpool defence? So cool for Montsma, and indeed all the Lincoln players, if it is." I was hoping it was Dick van Dyke operating in the sweeper role. Alas, it is not.
Perth Scorchers will face a baptism of fire in their Women's Big Bash League opener, coming up against reigning champions Brisbane first up following an eight-month lay-off.
Builder and father Andrew Webster, 51, suffered fatal head injuries after confronting a 24-year-old queue jumper at the DIY shop in Warrington, Cheshire, on July 2 this year.
The man, named locally as Roni, was sentenced to 175 but it was reduced to 169 after he spent six months in jail - one month for each lash - before he was publicly beaten in the city of Banda Aceh.
Joseph Beam is accused of assaulting his dad with a hammer and a knife.
This article is part of the The DC Brief, TIME’s politics newsletter. Sign up here to get stories like this sent to your inbox every weekday. The younger progressives who powered the campaigns of... vanquished White House hopefuls Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren seem to have finally shed their disappointment and are facing the dichotomy…
The announcement represents an about-face for the company, which has previously said it would not fact-check political ads made by presidential candidates.
Concern in commercial radio sector BBC using substantial funding to crowd out rivals The expansion of BBC Sounds could be curtailed amid concerns from commercial radio stations that its growth is... squeezing out rival for-profit services. The media regulator Ofcom has launched a review of the BBC audio service, which brings together all the broadcaster's radio stations and podcasts in a single app and website.
Student tells radio station she was punched in face in Strasbourg by three men who said she 'looked like whore' French police have opened an investigation after a young woman said she was attacked by... three men and beaten in public for wearing a skirt. The government denounced the "very serious" incident as unacceptable.
The large arachnids have long been thought to be colorblind, but new evidence suggests they can perceive each others' brilliant coloring.
Police in Ohio said she was arrested for trespassing after violating mask policy, not for refusing to wear a covering.
President Trump's niece after slamming him in a tell-all book is taking him to court. Mary Trump, the president's niece who spoke out against him as she published the book Too Much and Never Enough:... How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man in July, on Thursday filed a lawsuit against him in New York, accusing the president and his siblings of fraud, NBC News reports. The lawsuit claims that for president, his sister Maryanne Trump Barry, and his late brother Robert Trump, "fraud was not just the family business -- it was a way of life," and it accuses them of having "concocted scheme after scheme to cheat on their taxes, swindle their business partners, and jack up rents on their low income tenants." Mary Trump also claims in the lawsuit that after the death of her father, Fred...
The chancellor's plans will need to be strengthened if they are to work. But he struck the right note. Conservative MPs will notice the contrast with Boris Johnson As soon as Covid-19 cases began to... rise again, forcing fresh public health controls and new restrictions on economic activity for another six months, another package of Treasury measures to protect jobs was inevitable. There is nothing unique about this. Similar packages have been introduced across Europe. The chancellor, Rishi Sunak, duly delivered one for Britain on Thursday. It bore little resemblance to the kind of measures he had been hoping to announce in his putative post-pandemic autumn budget. That budget has now been postponed until next year. Thursday was instead the third Covid emergency budget of Mr Sunak's dramatic...
In courts and prisons, Covid-19 has made an already bad situation worse. Our society will suffer the consequences "If you've got nothing to do, and you're just watching telly and sleeping all day, it... just ruins you," is how one teenager described prison during the pandemic. Six months after emergency measures were introduced, evidence of serious problems across the justice system is mounting. Unquestionably, the severity of the situation facing courts and prisons now is the combined effect of the pandemic and a decade of cuts. Since 2010, the Ministry of Justice's budget has shrunk by 40%. The inspectorate that monitors the Crown Prosecution Service warned in the summer that the growing backlog could take a decade to clear. In the crown court in England and Wales, it stood at 37,000 cases...
A recent article in the New York Times Magazine titled "How the Black vote became a monolith" looks at the history of Black voters aligning their support behind one party or another. Theodore... Roosevelt Johnson is the author of that story and he joined CBSN to discuss how the fight for the rights of Black Americans shaped voting patterns.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Thursday said President Trump will leave office if he’s defeated Nov. 3 by Democratic candidate Joe Biden. “The winner of the November 3rd election will... be inaugurated on January 20th. There will be an orderly transition just as there has been every four years since 1792,” McConnell (R-Ky.) tweeted....
I was mulling over QAnon recently, wondering just how many people actually take the crackpot conspiracy theory seriously and approve of it. So I went looking for polls and found two, both conducted... during the first half of September. They agree that only about half of Americans have even heard about QAnon, but they differ wildly in […]
President Trump is refusing to commit to a peaceful transition of power should he lose the 2020 election. CBS News White House correspondent Ben Tracy reports on the president's comments, and Cassie... Smedile of the Republican National Committee joined CBSN to give the party's response.
The sex-for-cash case against New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft has been dropped, Florida court documents confirm.
US dollar strength is weighing on precious metals, driving down gold prices and silver, which is now in a bear market.
When asked by a reporter, President Trump refused to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses the 2020 election. CBS News campaign reporter Nicole Sganga has more.
While his economic chief was explaining the successor to the furlough scheme, Mr Johnson was more than 70 miles away in Northampton at a police training centre, posing for pictures in squad cars.
Worcester Diocese members were left mortified after a group of hackers infiltrated their Zoom meeting and subjected them to a barrage of offensive content.
The factory's owner, a 34-year-old woman, reportedly confessed they bought the used condoms from someone else.
The project's website? GetYourBootyToThePoll.com
Morrisons has become the first supermarket chain to reinstate rationing on essential goods after evidence that some customers were stockpiling.
Students are told not to socialise outside of their accommodation in a bid to stem a spate of coronavirus outbreaks.
Under a furloughed worker program that expires next month, the government pays 80% of the wages of workers placed on leave.
Maj Robert Campbell says he has "finally been exonerated" after 17 years of repeated investigations.
Ricky Scott has voted in his home state of North Carolina for roughly 40 years. As a blind Black man, he is used to navigating various obstacles to cast a ballot, even with his state’s accessible... electronic voting machines. But this year he is facing an unprecedented situation: the coronavirus pandemic means that voting in…
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Thursday evening.
Louisville, Kentucky Mayor Greg Fischer on Thursday pleaded with those protesting the Breonna Taylor indictment decision to stay peaceful, as he provided an update on two cops shot during the city’s... unrest. “Violence will only be a source of pain, not a cure for pain,” said Fischer during a morning press briefing alongside interim Police...
Andy Murray will play Stan Wawrinka in the French Open first round and British number one Johanna Konta takes on Coco Gauff.
Here's a look at each of the communities delineated "red" this week.
David Brown says encouraging people into pubs but not back onto public transport is 'absurd' Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The boss of Go-Ahead, one of Britain's... biggest bus and train operators, has accused the government of maintaining "absurd" and contradictory coronavirus policies over public transport and pubs. David Brown, Go-Ahead's chief executive, urged ministers to change an approach that has encouraged people to go to pubs and restaurants while staying cautious about using public transport.
Many American workers applying for unemployment benefits after being thrown out of a job by the coronavirus face a new complication: States’ efforts to prevent fraud have delayed or disrupted their... payments
Hamilton expects new rules to ban repeat of his T-shirt protest FIA set to clarify in Sochi what drivers can and cannot wear Lewis Hamilton has insisted his support for anti-racism and protests... against incidences of racial injustice will not be inhibited by any new FIA rulings. Hamilton attracted controversy at the last meeting at Mugello by wearing a T-shirt bearing the words "Arrest the cops that killed Breonna Taylor" before and after the race. Speaking in the buildup to this weekend's Russian Grand Prix, where the FIA is expected to clarify rules on what drivers can and cannot wear, Hamilton restated his determination to continue pursuing what he described as a human rights issue rather than a political point.
Police in Vietnam have seized hundreds of thousands of used condoms that had been cleaned, repackaged and ready to be sold as new, reports say.
Embattled Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro took aim at the United States during his UN General Assembly address on Wednesday, accusing Washington of "criminal, inhuman aggression" toward his regime... in a long, winding pre-recorded speech from Caracas.
It only made sense if you see the world as Trump does - a world where he can do no wrong, and completely divorced from facts Seventy-five years after its founding, the United Nations is facing an... unprecedented challenge in helping countries respond to a devastating pandemic. And President Donald Trump - leader of the world's most powerful country, which helped establish the UN - is sabotaging efforts to collectively tackle the pandemic and other threats that the UN was created to solve. This year, the pandemic forced the UN to conduct diplomacy virtually. World leaders had to pre-record their speeches for the 75th general assembly, highlighting in stark fashion the grave challenges that all countries face today from Covid-19, as well as the tall task the UN has in marshaling an effective...
Elections analyst Nathaniel Rakich takes a look at four key Senate races in our Senate forecast that could feel the effects of the ongoing battle to fill the vacant Supreme Court seat.
Marks and Spencer shared the clip on Twitter and Instagram this evening - leaving many British shoppers giggling over the bright pink toy and its antics.
FBI Director Chris Wray has affirmed there's no proof of a national attempt to defraud the 2020 election. On Wednesday, President Trump refused to say whether he would peacefully give up power if... Democratic nominee Joe Biden is elected this fall, once again repeating baseless allegations that Democrats are running a "scam." But in sworn testimony before Congress on Thursday, Wray said he's seen no evidence of this happening. While Wray takes "voter fraud and voter suppression ... seriously" and is committed to investigating those situations, "We have not seen, historically, any kind of coordinated national voter fraud effort in a major election, whether it's by mail or otherwise," Wray said when questioned by Sen. Gary Peters (D-Mich.). He has seen instances of local voter fraud, but "to...
In a clip from their conversation on AppleTV+, Mariah revealed she didn't 'feel worthy of existing' and was treated like 'an ATM machine with a wig on.'
A paean to possessions and the acrylic plastic boxes you can house them in, this Netflix series is seductive yet obscene In the first episode of Netflix's latest hit series, Get Organized With the... Home Edit, Reese Witherspoon hires Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin of The Home Edit fame (2.8m Instagram followers and counting) to swoop into her Nashville home and meticulously display her red carpet, Legally Blonde and Big Little Lies outfits. This show is a reality makeover love child of Tidying Up With Marie Kondo and Bobby Berk's Queer Eye interior reveals, with star power. It sounds benign, but you can't look away - nosiness is an incredible compulsion. As you watch, you start to wonder: how much does it cost to hire people like this (US$250 an hour, according to their website) and buy...
We bumble along, we make mistakes - one day we'll laugh! But right now, things are weird We're currently in a weird twilight zone: pre-vaccine but on the road to reopening. These are the Covid teenage... years - we're all limbs and elbows as we try and work out a new way of being in the world. We bumble along, we make mistakes - one day we'll laugh! But right now, things are weird.
China's New York consulate is being used as a major spy hub for the Communist nation's US espionage efforts, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told The Post.
The Premier League is still waiting for detailed proposals from the Football League around their requested £250m 'bail-out'.
Click to expand Image Journalist Camila Acosta wears a facemask saying "no to Decree 370," a 2019 law curtailing free speech in Cuba, on August 1, 2020. © Camila Acosta The Cuban government's brutal... restrictions on free speech fall particularly hard on journalists. Camila Acosta has learned this from experience. In just the one year since August 2019, when she began working as an independent journalist for the news website CubaNet, Acosta has endured multiple instances of targeted abuse. Earlier this summer, Acosta was waiting for friends in a park in Havana when two officers asked for her ID, arrested her, and took her to a police station. Inside her bag, they found several facemasks reading, "No to Decree 370," an abusive 2019 law forbidding the dissemination of information "contrary to...
Interim Police Chief Robert Schroeder said the two officers are "doing well and will survive their injuries."
Did you know women couldn't open a bank account without a man before RBG? Ruth Bader Ginsburg changed these 8 things for women.
Latest figures show 6,634 new coronavirus cases across the UK, taking the total to 416,363.
In the last three years, Master Sergeant Liana Perez has had to endure a lot of time away from her family but when she finally was able to come home she got an emotional reunion with her kids....
Jacob Rees-Mogg called the National Trust a 'once great organisation' after it named Winston Churchill's home Chartwell in Notting Hill, London, among its houses with links to slavery.
AC Milan forward becomes highest-profile Serie A player to test positive since play resumed in June.
While he was in a German hospital a Russian court freezes Alexei Navalny's bank accounts and seizes his Moscow apartment in connection with a lawsuit filed by the Moscow Schoolchild catering company.
Six months into the pandemic, the new virus has infected more than 28,000 Illinois long-term care residents and killed more than 4,000.
Bank accounts also frozen as part of lawsuit filed by catering firm, his spokeswoman says Alexei Navalny's bank accounts were frozen and his Moscow apartment seized as part of a lawsuit while the... Russian opposition politician was recovering from a suspected poisoning in a Berlin hospital, his spokeswoman has said. His assets were seized on 27 August in connection with a lawsuit filed by the Moscow Schoolchild catering company, Kira Yarmysh said in a video posted on Twitter on Thursday. The politician and his allies have been involved in a long-running dispute with the company.
According to police, two vehicles were seized and two firearms.
Figure of 6,634 comes as Public Health England says rates are rising across all age groups Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage A record number of new coronavirus cases have... been recorded, with a senior Public Health England official saying the increase in infections should be a "stark warning to us all". The UK recorded 6,634 cases of Covid-19 on Thursday, the highest reported figure during the course of the pandemic, up from the highs of May. There were 40 deaths in all settings, bringing the total to 41,902.
For two months, Breonna Taylor's killing at the hands of police went largely unnoticed until George Floyd died in May.
Missouri Republican Gov. Mike Parson isn't that big a fan of mask-wearing.
The Chinese government has expanded its number of internment camps in the Xinjiang province despite its claims to the contrary, researchers have found. Researchers at the Australian Strategic Policy... Institute, a think tank that is also US-backed, unveiled the findings of the Xinjiang Data Project on Thursday, which showed that at least 61 detention centers...
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) -- Florida prosecutors dropped a misdemeanor charge against New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft on Thursday, saying they couldn't go forward after courts blocked their... use of video that allegedly shows him paying for massage parlor sex. Palm Beach County court records show that the charge was dropped Thursday. Palm Beach […]
A Toronto Police investigation has netted an arrest and a substantial stash of drugs, cash and firearms Cops say they began an investigation last month into a man who was allegedly trafficking... narcotics. On Tuesday, officers executed search warrants at two separate addresses as well as two vehicles in the areas of York Mills Rd. and Silverdale Cr. and Beecroft Rd. and Sheppard Ave. Police say they seized two semi-automatic handguns, one fully automatic sub-machine gun, approximately $40,000 in Canadian currency, and a quantity of crystal methamphetamine, MDMA, and cocaine, with an approximate value of more than $128,000. Salim Slammy, 27, of Toronto, is charged with three counts of possession for the purpose of trafficking, possession of proceeds of crime, three counts of possession of a...
Wayne Lineker shared emotional Instagram post from the plane back to the UK as he said he 'couldn't take anymore' and would be 'an emotional wreck' if he had stayed as he heads back to the UK.
German media criticise PM's Covid strategy, as UK adopts job support scheme similar to country's own Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage On Thursday, the UK followed in the... footsteps of the German government by adopting a Jobs Support Scheme. The announcement comes as German commentators have spoken of their confusion at the zig-zag approach to tackling the coronavirus, describing a nation caught up in feelings of panic, disbelief and disillusionment. "Military intervention to control coronavirus rules a possibility," ran one banner headline in the business daily Handelsblatt this week, while an editorial in the Süddeutsche Zeitung was titled: "Johnson's skittishness endangers his country."
Jack Burrell, 19, was high on cocaine when he attempted to rob a Local 4U shop in Nottingham. CCTV footage shows Burrell fumbling with the door before running into the glass only to fall over.
The Chinese woman found the hilarious photos accidentally taken by her seven-month-old cat, nicknamed Er Niu, after she noticed a clump of white fur on her iPad when she got home.
Navalny's assets were seized on August 27 in connection with a lawsuit filed by the Moscow Schoolchild catering company.
As Quebec enters its second wave of COVID-19, the province's health minister is once again asking Quebecers to stay home unless absolutely necessary -- regardless of where their regions rank on the... province's alert system.
Prince William has helped push through a staggering 120 innovations to increase diversity at Bafta after delivering and impassioned speech about the awards 'whiteness and maleness' in February.
Rishi Sunak survives the day by vowing to help workers in 'viable' jobs. And not being Boris Johnson Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage For an hour or so it felt like there... was an adult running the country. Or as close as we're likely to get to one in the Conservative government during the coronavirus pandemic. It might still all be an illusion, of course. When Boris Johnson gives a Commons statement, he invariably sounds as if he is winging it: the measures he announced on Tuesday seemed relatively trivial when compared to Chris Whitty and Patrick Vallance's briefing the day before. Only this morning we had the "not nice but dim" Suella Braverman calling Labour's Ellie Reeves "emotional" for supporting the rule of law. It's so last year for an attorney general...
United Airlines announced Thursday that it will become the first US carrier to offer a rapid-response coronavirus testing program - with passengers flying from San Francisco to Hawaii having an option... to order home kits or be tested at the airport. Fliers who test negative on either test will not be subjected to the state’s...
This Hunter boots sale features popular styles, including the Original Tall and Original Short, at jaw-dropping prices--get the details.
Fed officials say Congress needs to pass more stimulus deal to keep recovery on track.
Palestinian officials fear the recent agreements between Israel and Arab nations will result in a lack of funding, according to a report on Thursday. The Palestinian government hasn’t received a... morsel of financial aid from Arab Gulf states since March, as well as a 50 percent decrease in foreign aid, the Jerusalem Post reported, citing...
Mary Trump has filed a lawsuit claiming her family members "fleeced" her out of millions of dollars.
Tatler has unveiled its pick of the best school dinners in the UK in its annual School Awards, with choices including a catering teams led by Michelin chefs and healthy 'super salad' bars.
According to researchers from the US, HIIT exercise routines - which feature short bursts of strenuous exercise - can help older patients regain more function, faster.
More than 300,000 used condoms that had been washed and were being packaged for sale to the public as "new" were discovered by Vietnamese police during a raid on Tuesday, according to local reports.
Soccer star Zlatan Ibrahimovic has become the latest global athlete to test positive for Covid-19.
For some Muslim brides who observe the hijab, weddings, where men and women celebrate in different rooms, creates a space for guests to feel free, while also upholding tradition.
A lot of people are losing their jobs, but there are problems with the data.
International students who lost right to live and study in UK fight to clear names International students who lost their right to live and study in the UK after being wrongly accused of cheating in an... English language test sent a letter to Downing Street on Thursday, as part of an ongoing campaign to clear their names. The 200 students are some of about 34,000 accused by the Home Office of cheating in the English language tests they needed to pass in order to secure their visas. More than 1,000 students have been removed from the UK as a result of the accusation, and many were arrested and detained by immigration enforcement officers, but large numbers say they were wrongly accused.
Elon Jase Ellis-Joynes was savaged by the dog called Teddy on Sunday, September 13, at the family home in Doncaster, South Yorkshire.
The compensation will go to owners of homes and businesses damaged in the explosion that left more than 190 dead and devastated swathes of the capital, a source at the presidency said.
Rumors of a fight between the 43-year-old retiree and the YouTube megastar have purists in a lather. More alarming is what it says about boxing's ability to mint new stars The pandemic rages.... California is literally on fire. A second American civil war, the collapse of the republic and the establishment of a fascist dictatorship all fall within the range of plausible outcomes for the months ahead. Against this grim backdrop, the rumors of a boxing match between retired world champion turned CBD oil salesman Floyd Mayweather and YouTube megastar Logan Paul feel oddly note-perfect and right on time. Viddal Riley, a British cruiserweight in Mayweather's promotional stable, confirmed talks between the sides were on in an interview with Sky Sports on Wednesday. At a time when everything is...
Plans to resume weekly mass participation Parkrun events in October have been scrapped due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer are asking Congress to launch an investigation into whether President Trump politicized his administration’s response to the coronavirus... pandemic. “The question of, ‘What did they know and when did they know it?’ cannot be left to the history books to answer. Our future health and economic security...
President Donald Trump's stunning refusal to commit to a peaceful transition of power was mostly dismissed by Republicans on Capitol Hill, with many downplaying the remarks as merely rhetoric and... others deflecting questions about a comment that Democrats fear could threaten a fundamental principle of American democracy.
Even though the officers involved in Breonna Taylor's death avoided the most serious charges, her death can still bring important change to Louisville
Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's mighty spirit is being embraced by young girls who are aspiring to be change-makers, too.
Meet the "Romeo and Juliet" of the pandemic. A couple met on neighboring balconies during the coronavirus lockdown in Verona, Italy -- where the tale of star-crossed lovers is set -- and now they're... engaged to be married. Michele D'Alpaos, 38, said it was love at first sight when he spotted Paola Agnelli, 40, performing...
Officials from six states and the District of Columbia have asked a federal judge to halt what they say are slowdowns at the U.S. Postal Service that threaten the upcoming presidential election
The Supreme Court of Canada will hear the case of the 2012 maple syrup heist.
Journalist and academic who charted the history of modern trade unions A rare combination of journalist and scholar, Robert Taylor, who has died aged 77, was the leading historian of modern trade... unions, often criticising their shortcomings but never doubting they were fundamental to a free society. Two of his books The Trade Union Question in British Politics (1993) and The TUC - From the General Strike to New Unionism (2000) debunked many of the hostile myths about union power while lamenting that British unions had not achieved a European-style tripartite relationship with employers and government "complete with rights and obligations" for both sides of industry.
One person joked that he couldn't think of a single instance when the Senate majority leader "said something and then said the exact opposite" later. Oh, wait.
The renowned wildlife filmmaker tells Anderson Cooper about the damages brought to the Earth by climate change, "A crime has been committed... And it so happens that I'm of such an age, that I was... able to see it beginning." See the full interview, Sunday.
In experiments, cats that ate one meal a day in the morning were more satisfied compared to those that ate the same portion at four times throughout the day.
Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act of 1996 is foundational to the modern internet. What it says is that internet content providers aren’t responsible for content or comments posted by... their users, even if the companies referee that content. This allowed companies like AOL and Facebook to step in and halt things like flame […]
CCTV shows Andell Goulbourne, 59, being catapulted 100ft through the air during the horrific collision in Saltley, Birmingham.
Russia's key opposition figure, recovering from a poisoning, has had his assets frozen, his team says.
Braverman's response was branded 'pathetic' by the shadow justice secretary, David Lammy The attorney general, Suella Braverman, has come under fire for calling a fellow female MP "emotional" after... she questioned her support for the government's bid to break international law. The term, often considered a misogynistic trope in an exchange, drew sharp criticism from the shadow justice secretary and several in the legal profession.
Five measures absent from the chancellor's winter economy plan Coronavirus - latest updates What is Rishi Sunak's job support scheme and how will it work? Rishi Sunak's winter economy plan prioritises... additional support for "viable" jobs. However, critics have warned that other measures are still needed to help people who have already lost their jobs or will lose them despite the new government scheme. Here are five measures that could help keep workers in jobs, but were missing from the chancellor's winter economy plan:
Sue Lindsay has spoken of her upset at barely being able to hold or touch 78-year-old Parkinson's sufferer Alex in half a year while he stays at Beaufort care home inWest Lancashire.
Backlash grows to Trump's non-commitment to a peaceful transition if he loses on Election Day.
The suspended health MEC gave Bloom 24 hours to retract his statement regarding the admission of patients at the Nasrec field hospital.
Breonna Taylor's death has stirred justified concern, but evidence shows that the grand jury's decision to indict only officer Hankison is correct.
ECOWAS bloc may announce on Friday whether plan for civilian government meets criteria for easing sanctions.
Hull KR 16-41 Leeds Rhinos Leeds' Harry Newman suffers double leg break Leeds Rhinos are quietly building towards the business end of the Super League season, but as is fast becoming the case in this... ultra-demanding, congested campaign, wins like these are coming at a price. The eight-times Super League champions remain on course for success on all fronts after another impressive victory, this time against a Hull KR side who are playing for nothing more than pride in 2020. Related: Warrington edge out St Helens in Challenge Cup thriller
Mitch McConnell insists 'there will be an orderly transition' while Trump ally Lindsey Graham says 'I assure you it will be peaceful' Leading Republicans have sought to quell fears that Donald Trump... could stoke violence in an attempt to cling to power if he loses the US presidential election - though they stopped short of rebuking Trump directly. The president sparked fresh anger and disbelief on Thursday after he refused to commit to a peaceful transfer of power. "Well, we're going to have to see what happens," Trump told reporters at the White House on Wednesday evening, before renewing a baseless complaint about mail-in ballots.
Congressmen, including former Ohio State and NFL player Anthony Gonzalez, address controversial way of allowing more money to reach college athletes.
MPs decided to set a committee to study how to make changes as protesters demanded reforms outside the building.
CEO seeks 'hybrid' ways of operating after poll shows support for homeworking Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Google is planning for a world in which many of its... employees never return to the office full-time, its chief executive has revealed. Sundar Pichai said 62% of Google employees had expressed an interest in returning to the officepart-time, and that the company would try to accommodate that desire even after the Covid pandemic subsides.
It's hard to exercise restraint when eating candy. For licorice lovers, indulging sparingly could actually be life saving.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps announced this evening that Denmark is one of four countries being added to the Government's travel quarantine 'red list' this weekend.
Senate Judiciary Chair Lindsey Graham said during a Fox News appearance on Thursday that he plans to get a ninth Supreme Court justice through the committee process before November 3 so that the court... would be able to weigh in on the results of a contested presidential election. “A 4-4 Supreme Court is not a […]
The longtime Chicago bar adds a food retail license so it can reopen under the city's coronavirus rules.
Gillian Flynn's latest project is an ultra-violent show set in a pandemic-stricken U.S. where conspiracy theories come true. Yikes
Jeff Daniels plays James Comey in a miniseries that isn't even TV's best effort this week to explain the 2016 election
Sunshine-yellow drapes are backdrop for vintage-couture shapes and elegant silhouettes The new looks at Prada are as intriguing to fashion aficionados as a feature co-directed by Spike Lee and Quentin... Tarantino would be to film buffs. The arrival of the Belgian Raf Simons as co-creative director to Miuccia Prada at her Italian brand brings together two of fashion's most original and esoteric designers.
Legendary wildlife filmmaker David Attenborough tells Anderson Cooper the terrible things people have done throughout history pale in comparison to the damage brought to the Earth from climate change.... See the full interview, Sunday.
Chancellor Rishi Sunkak announces new incomes support scheme to help businesses keep workers in jobs.
The Delaware Attorney General’s Office is standing by an earlier decision not to charge police officers involved in the fatal shooting of a Black man in a wheelchair, following a review of new... evidence in the case
More than a month after the Canada Revenue Agency took its website offline in the wake of a major cyberattack, the federal tax collection agency won't say when it expects its online services to fully... return to normal.
The U.S. insisted that new international guidelines on combating drug resistance omit any mention of fungicides -- a demand that the industry made but that ran counter to science.
New York Attorney General Letitia James said that "no one is above the law, not even an organization or an individual with the name Trump."
A serial rapist who attacked a woman one week after arriving in the UK has been jailed.
Some are arguing that Democrats should take a more subdued approach in the fight over filling Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's seat on the Supreme Court. Anne Applebaum, a staff writer for The Atlantic,... joined CBSN to discuss her recent article entitled "If You Care About the Court, Don't Talk About It."
President Trump and first lady Melania Trump visited the Supreme Court, where the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is lying in repose. People outside could be heard booing and chanting, "Vote him... out!" CBSN's Anne-Marie Green has more.
The president delivered the national Heritage Day keynote address on Thursday under the theme 'Celebrating South Africa's Living Human Treasures'.
The UK prime minister says the UK holds extraordinary potential for wind power.
In August, Republicans added a GOP record of about 58,000 new voters, or 41 percent more than new Democrats in Florida.
President Donald Trump's niece has followed up her best selling tell-all book with a lawsuit alleging that Trump and two of his siblings cheated her out of tens of millions of dollars
The Catholic Church in Germany is setting up a new system to compensate survivors of sexual abuse by clergy that will provide for payments ranging up to about $58,400 per person
Montana Democratic Sen. Jon Tester grew frustrated — and a bit profane — at a mostly virtual Senate committee hearing on Thursday after technical issues garbled his question. "Holy s–t, I... thought we had better technology than this,” Tester told Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin at the Senate Banking Committee hearing. Mnuchin struggled to hear Tester’s...
Sun Youth Organzation is offering a reward of up to $10,000 to anyone who can help lead to the arrest of suspects linked to three events in Montreal's Old Port over the summer.
Academy says it will add 1,000 members from backgrounds that are underrepresented Bafta has announced a complete overhaul of its awards system, which includes adding 1,000 new members to its committee... and limiting the amount that studios can spend campaigning for nominations, in a bid to recognise more diverse talent. The wide-ranging changes - described as a "creative renewal" by Bafta's new chair, Krish Majumdar - are the result of a seven-month review process, which was triggered by heavy criticism over the lack of diversity in its major awards earlier this year.
After a 17-year hiatus in federal executions, the government is set to kill seven people in two months, despite pending litigation on the legality of the killings.
Despite the chancellor's promises, unemployment could still rise by more than 1 million before the end of the year It was inevitable that the chancellor, Rishi Sunak, would eventually have to act to... avert job losses that could decimate entire sectors of the economy. Even before the prime minister's announcement this week of 10pm curfews and a plea to work from home for six months, it was clear that as many as 3 million jobs could be at risk when the job retention scheme ended in October. The job support scheme Sunak set out on Thursday does the right thing: it continues to support the incomes of workers and businesses, particularly in the worst-affected sectors of arts and nightlife, leisure, hospitality and retail, rather than leaving their future entirely down to market forces. Many of...
Montreal public health authorities reported Thursday that 32,063 people have now tested positive for COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic.
Democrats are scrambling in Pennsylvania to reduce the number of mail-in ballots that could be rejected because voters fail to put them in the required “secrecy envelope.”
Letters exchanged between President Trump and former President Richard Nixon in the 1980s and 1990s show a relationship between the two that was not previously known. The letters were shared with the... Associated Press ahead of their debut as part of an exhibit at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library & Museum in Yorba Linda, Calif.,...
Dutch rider Anna van der Breggen wins the women's elite individual time trial at the World Championships in Imola, Italy.
The Bafta Film Awards will have an overhaul after this year's event had an all-white acting line-up.
A beloved immigration attorney, Army veteran and father of two has been shot dead in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, when a traffic dispute with a bicyclist turned deadly, according to reports. Jason Cleereman,... 54, was in the passenger seat as his wife, Evanjelina, was driving home Tuesday night when they encountered the cyclist, who was riding recklessly...
Rikien Wilder, 44, said he sprang into action in New York City on Sunday morning after seeing a man place debris on the train tracks.
A 20-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of possession of two types of controlled substances following a protest in Chicago early Thursday. No one else was arrested and charged in the Chicago... protests, police said.
The supermarket chain restricts sales of some ranges, including toilet rolls and disinfectants.
The FBI investigation into the shooting death of Breonna Taylor could lead to federal charges against the officers — after a Kentucky grand jury indicted only one Louisville cop on counts that were... not related to her death, a spokesperson told The Post on Thursday. The spokesperson said the agency was probing “all aspects” of...
Zakaria Kioua succeeds with harassment claim after prize was swapped for chocolates A Muslim man who worked at a country house hotel has successfully sued his employer for religious harassment after... he won a bottle of Cognac in a raffle at a staff party but was given a "cheap" box of chocolates instead. One of the managers at the hotel in Hampshire told linen porter Zakaria Kioua, who did not drink alcohol, that presenting him with the brandy would have been like giving nuts to a person with a nut allergy.
The woman, who identified herself only as Elisabeth, 22, said she had gone for a cigarette and a stroll through the city of Strasbourg on Friday last week when she was attacked by three men.
The coronavirus has added strain to Wisconsin voters already facing challenges to ballot access.
The Senate Republican leader weighed in a day after President Trump cast doubt on the matter.
A man, known only as Dani, nearly drowned in a river in Mexico when he was filming a TikTok video. He got swept away in the strong current but luckily made it out alive.
BBC presenter Jeremy Vine posted a photo of his ripped jeans but Twitter users couldn't stop ogling at his oversized feet. They commented on how they were the size of a 'barge'.
While the particulars of today's conspiracy theories may be new, the dynamics are not. In fact, they go all the way back to America's earliest years
A girl was killed and her parents and brother were injured when their home in Oklahoma City exploded Thursday morning, fire officials said. (Sept. 24)
In this warm and kindly drama, Alison Steadman and Dave Johns play a couple brought together by their daily perambulations with pooches Pensioner Dave (played by Dave Johns, from I, Daniel Blake) is a... retired psychiatric nurse, living alone near Hampstead Heath, London, where he regularly walks his gentle, elderly German shepherd Tillie. One day, Dave meets a woman out walking her Yorkshire terrier Henry, and she chastises him for not keeping Tillie on a lead. However, on another walk he exchanges more friendly words with Henry's owner, whom he eventually learns is a divorcee named Fern (Alison Steadman). Over time and distance covered in sensible footwear, the two develop a friendship that takes a romantic turn.
Kentucky's governor and Louisville's mayor declined President Trump's offer for federal assistance. Black Lives Matter doubles down on demands. Latest news.
The decision to extended support to businesses underlines the difficulty of withdrawing costly support while Covid-19 continues to spread.
Spotify and the makers of Fortnite and Tinder are taking on Apple and Google as part of a newly formed coalition calling for “fair treatment” in the way the tech giant runs its app store
President Donald Trump has moved swiftly to fill Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Supreme Court seat and questioned her dying wish.
Public support for protests against police brutality and racial injustice has fallen among Americans, according to a new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research
Mary Trump's father, Fred Trump Jr., was the president's older brother.
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With her new film Eternal Beauty opening soon, the star of Sightseers, Prevenge and Garth Marenghi remembers the gothic thrill of Bram Stoker's Dracula, bearded men in Excalibur and the otherworldly... Kate Bush I never gave my parents enough credit for their great taste in TV. We would all sit down and watch Dennis Potter and Twin Peaks together and my mum really encouraged me and my sister to see Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit - perhaps trying to give us an opportunity to tell her something. Then we both disappointed her by being straight. She had this romantic fantasy of herself as a mother who would be completely the opposite to the one in the show.
How students in Glasgow halls of residence are coping with self-isolation amid a coronavirus outbreak.
Wilmington police officers fatally shot Jeremy McDole, a Black man, while he was sitting in his wheelchair.
Three staff members from The Points Guy UK travel site decided to pit pedal power against a car and a boat in an intriguing race from Westminster Pier to Cabot Square in Canary Wharf.
Mr. Johnson, the City Council speaker, was one of the front-runners to succeed Mayor Bill de Blasio, but the recent rigors of his job had worn on him.
Chancellor appears to defend decision to reopen swathes of economy amid coronavirus Covid scheme: UK government to cover 22% of worker pay for six months Key points from Rishi Sunak's winter economy... plan - at a glance Lockdown sceptics in the Conservative party have heralded comments by the chancellor saying that Britons must learn to live "without fear" and highlighting the importance of human contact and social interaction. In his closing remarks to parliament, Rishi Sunak appeared to launch a defence of the decision to reopen swathes of the economy over the summer and encourage people back into restaurants with the eat out to help out discount scheme.
As COVID-19 took hold on so many facets of our lives, from health and work to schools and culture, here's what has changed in Chicago.
Republican congressmembers are calling out President Trump's election fraud allegations without actually calling him out. In a Wednesday press conference, Trump refused to say if he would accept a... loss in the 2020 election, instead baselessly suggestion Democrats are running a "scam" that "will end up in the Supreme Court." Democrats roundly accused Trump of acting like a "dictator," but Republicans waited until Thursday to issue gentler, less direct criticisms of their own. The House's No. 3 Republican Rep. Liz Cheney (Wyo.) ensured in a tweet that "the peaceful transfer of power is enshrined in our Constitution." The peaceful transfer of power is enshrined in our Constitution and fundamental to the survival of our Republic. America's leaders swear an oath to the Constitution. We will...
For the second time in nearly a week, President Trump on Thursday stepped outside of the bubble of his fawning rallies to join thousands of mourners paying their respects to the late Justice Ruth... Bader Ginsburg outside the Supreme Court. There, Trump was pummeled by a steady stream of jeers, as well as chants of […]
Police in Vietnam have confiscated an estimated 345,000 used condoms which had been cleaned and resold as new, state media reported.
Experts believe virus is probably becoming more contagious but US study did not find mutations made it more lethal The Covid-19 virus is continuing to mutate throughout the course of the pandemic,... with experts believing it is probably becoming more contagious , as coronavirus cases in the US have started to rise once again, according to a new research. The new US study analyzed 5,000 genetic sequences of the virus, which has continued to mutate as it has spread through the population. The study did not find that mutations of the virus have made it more lethal or changed its effects, even as it may be becoming more easier to catch, according to a report in the Washington Post, which noted that public health experts acknowledge all viruses have mutations, which are mostly insignificant.
Larynzo Johnson was arrested over the shooting of two Louisville cops Wednesday night as protests erupted over the decision not to charge cops involved in Breonna's Taylor's death with murder.
United's COVID-19 testing program, beginning Oct. 15 on flights from San Francisco to Hawaii, will allow flyers to take a rapid test at the airport.
The 18th Century Chinese wine ewer found in a lockdown clearout was nearly given to a charity shop.
The report makes proposals to reinvigorate the country's industrialisation aspirations, Cabinet said on Thursday.
"Fire everyone involved," tweets one furious worker after media company baited employees with false cash offer.
Jessica Jung has a wealth of experience when it comes to shining onstage as a K-pop star. Rachel Kim? Not so much—yet. Kim, a 17-year-old Korean American vying for the opportunity to debut in a girl... group, is the protagonist of Jung’s upcoming novel Shine, out Sept. 29. It’s no coincidence that Rachel’s life mirrors…
Campaigners urge city leaders across the world to see coronavirus and climate crisis as call to action One of the first "low-traffic neighbourhoods" to be created in the UK was in Hackney, east... London, in the early 1970s, when residential roads were closed to through traffic but remained open to local residents, pedestrians and cyclists. Since then,most of the borough's other residential roads and backstreets have been given over almost completely to cars.
City centres are likely to see fewer cars in future, but that would have happened eventually without Covid-19 Predicting the future of cities is risky, especially if one heeds the words of the... American baseball legend, Yogi Berra, that "the future ain't what it used to be". In the period since the start of the pandemic it might seem as if everything is different, but in the long term, I would suggest that rather than changing anything, it has merely hastened and magnified trends that were already apparent before the virus struck.
He’s in … he’s out … The ping-pong game that had become Jim Karygiannis’ career as a Toronto city councillor has ended for good. Booted from office last year over Municipal Elections Act... violations, and then reinstated, and then over the summer removed again, the embattled Ward 22 councillor’s appeal will not be heard by the Supreme Court of Canada. The news Thursday morning ends Karygiannis’ time in office. This will be the third — and final — time he’s been removed from office since allegations first broke by the Toronto Sun's Sue-Ann Levy over controversial campaign spending during the 2018 municipal election. City clerk Ulli Watkiss said last year that Karygiannis’ removal was triggered after exceeding expense limits for “parties and other expressions of...
Iran's health officials voice alarm over spike in infections, with the situation reportedly critical in large cities.
A six-month-old baby is among more than 100 survivors on board the Alan Kurdi rescue ship.
More than a million companies which took out Bounce Back Loans will be allowed to pay them back over 10 years instead of six, Rishi Sunak in the Commons.
The increased restrictions close all nonessential businesses and come a week after the country imposed a second nationwide lockdown.
The Democratic candidate is being wrongly accused of getting help to answer questions on TV.
Two Louisville officers are recovering from gunshot wounds after being shot responding to protests Wednesday night. That came after a grand jury decided not charge officers with Breonna Taylor's... death, although one faces lesser counts. National security expert Asha Castleberry joined CBSN to discuss why racism is a threat to security in the U.S., and the relationship between police and protesters.
Louisville Courier-Journal reporter Tessa Duvall joined CBSN to discuss the latest developments in the Breonna Taylor case, after Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced a grand jury's decision to... indict only one officer on lesser charges. She also explained the role of both Governor Andy Beshear and Mayor Greg Fischer.
Activists are pushing for legislative changes that will make it easier for former inmates to vote. CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns reports in our series "America's Right to Vote."
Protests erupted in cities across the country after a grand jury declined to charge officers with the death of Breonna Taylor. CBS News national correspondent Jericka Duncan joins CBSN from... Louisville, Kentucky with the latest developments.
Volatility on Wall Street is rife as mixed economic news taps optimism and pessimism among investors.
The president is heckled while paying his respects to the late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Wages will be topped up for six months, but chancellor says it is "impossible " to say how many jobs will be saved.
President Trump on Thursday paid his respects to the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and while doing so was booed by protesters in the area. The president, alongside first lady Melania... Trump, on Thursday visited the United States Supreme Court, where Ginsburg lied in repose after she died last week at 87. Video from the scene showed loud booing from nearby protesters, who could also be heard chanting "vote him out!" and "honor her wish!" The latter chant was a reference to Ginsburg having dictated a statement to her granddaughter prior to her death saying that her "most fervent wish" was not to be replaced on the Supreme Court "until a new president is installed," as NPR reported. Trump earlier this week baselessly suggested Ginsburg's statement was made up, telling Fox...
A Louisville university dismissed class in the wake of a grand jury’s decision not to charge cops for killing Breonna Taylor -- and instead urged students to use the time to “channel your feelings... into constructive action.” Bellarmine University president Susan Donovan canceled classes Wednesday afternoon and all of Thursday after the only charges filed...
Quebec artists and technicians struggling to survive in a pandemic- let alone practice their craft, may at least have more negotiation clout moving forward, now that three major unions have merged.
ByteDance says it has applied to the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Commerce for the license and is awaiting a reply.
Denmark, Slovakia and Iceland have been added to England's travel quarantine list - meaning travellers returning from 4am on Saturday will have to self-isolate for two weeks.
Late-night hosts break down Trump's attempts to disrupt the election, and his claim that Covid affects 'virtually nobody' With less than six weeks until election day, the FBI has formally warned of... the threat of foreign interference - most worryingly, disinformation spread by Vladimir Putin's Kremlin - in the presidential election. But "we don't need to wait for Russia to undermine America's election," said Trevor Noah on Wednesday's Daily Show, "because America's president is already doing it himself. I guess he is bringing foreign jobs back to the US after all."
Jeff Daniels, who plays James Comey in 'The Comey Rule,' hopes the Showtime miniseries informs viewers in advance of the upcoming election.
"Make no mistake, we will keep fighting this fight in Breonna's memory, and we will never stop saying her name."
Despite measures to prevent spread of COVID-19, there has been growing number of voices calling for fans to stay away.
Tennis champion Boris Becker has denied a string of criminal charges over his bankruptcy - as he was told he could face seven years in jail if found guilty.
Students at Glasgow University, where 600 have been told to lock down, complain of lack of support Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Thousands of students have been forced... to go into isolation within days of campuses reopening, as ministers refused to rule out keeping them away from home over Christmas to stop the spread of Covid-19. As cases spread, students were confirmed to be in self-isolation at 20 universities across the UK.
Two months after she claimed in a tell-all book that her family cheated her out of her inheritance, Ms. Trump made similar allegations in a civil suit in Manhattan.
At Cairncross House in Glasgow, there is a steady stream of supermarket delivery trucks arriving.
An Arizona Senate race is taking on new importance following the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The contest between former astronaut Mark Kelly and Senator Martha McSally could... help determine the vote on President Trump's Supreme Court nominee, depending on the timing. Dylan Smith, editor and publisher of TucsonSentinel.com, joined CBSN to discuss the state of the race in Arizona.
The Justice Department has sent legislation to Congress that would weaken the liability protections of tech platforms to prevent online censorship. The draft legislation targets Section 230 of the... Communications Decency Act that for too long “has provided a shield for online platforms to operate with impunity,” Attorney General William Barr said in a statement...
My Octopus Teacher tells the moving story of how Craig Foster came to know an octopus - and the emotional bond that formed when he did A new Netflix documentary about a filmmaker and his "octopus... teacher" has become the subject of impish suggestion and scurrilous rumour on social media, speculating about whether their intimate relationship ever, ah ... turned physical. Let me be clear, as both a fully paid-up member of the cephalopod-squad and one of the first reviewers of the film: the man does not have sex with the octopus. (And, if Google search brought you here, a time-saving tip for the future: that won't ever be published by the Guardian. It remains to be seen with Netflix.)
Thirty-six new cases of COVID-19 were reported on Thursday in western Quebec, including Gatineau.
AC Milan star star Zlatan Ibrahimović has tested positive for COVID-19, the team announced on Thursday.
French chanteuse and actor who was the musical embodiment of the existentialist movement Juliette Gréco, who has died aged 93, was the most influential French popular singer to emerge immediately... after the second world war. With her long dark hair, soulful eyes and deep voice, she became the musical embodiment of the existentialist movement. Although she seemed the most modern of performers, Gréco belonged to the grand tradition of Parisian chanteuses. Like her illustrious predecessors Damia, Yvonne George and Yvette Guilbert, she attracted poets and philosophers who found in her a modern femme fatale. Many of the songs she made famous were composed for her, but Gréco also sang some of the standard chanson repertory. Her manner was simple: usually dressed in black, she would stand...
In an open letter, the retired military leaders and national security officials said Biden has the skills to "address a world on fire."
A former senior military adviser to President Donald Trump has endorsed Joe Biden for president.
I've talked with Trump voters who, on the one hand, are reluctant to vote by mail and, on the other, are afraid to venture to the polls in person.
The sailing ban, described as 'proportionate and objective', applies to the coastline off the north-west region of Galicia and is due to last a week.
Peel Regional Police are asking for the public’s help to identify a suspect in an alleged sexual assault at a Brampton business. On Sunday at about 2:15 p.m., police say a female victim was... assaulted at what they described as a “multi-retail business facility in the area of Steeles Ave. E. and Parkhurst Square.” The female, whose age was not released, suffered no physical injuries, police said. An image has been released of the suspect, who is described as brown and between 35 to 50 years of age with an average build. He was wearing blue jeans with a red stripe down the side, a jacket with the American flag on it, black shoes with a red and orange line, and a black mask. Officers from the Special Victims Unit are asking anyone who can help identify the man to call 905-453-2121 ext....
A study commissioned by the German Bishops' Conference and released in 2018 showed that 1,670 clergymen had committed some form of sexual attack against 3,677 minors, mostly boys, between 1946 and... 2014.
Ex-National Security Council official claims she was pressured her to say manuscript contained sensitive information after her department had cleared it A former National Security Council official who... while working there reviewed John Bolton's memoir for classified information before publication, has claimed that White House lawyers tried to pressure her into signing misleading statements to prevent the publication ofthe book. The allegations come a week after the US Department of Justice launched a criminal investigation into whether Bolton, the former national security adviser, mishandled classified information in his book, The Room Where It Happened. Highly critical of Trump, the book was a bestseller when it was published in June, selling 780,000 copies in its first week.
Mary Trump, President Donald Trump's niece, filed a lawsuit Thursday accusing the President and his siblings of committing fraud in order to deprive her of her interests in the family real-estate... empire built by Fred Trump Sr.
Canada's flight industry is heartened by signals from the throne speech that federal financial help is on the way but wants to see quick, clear action to support the sector, which has been devastated... by the COVID-19 pandemic.
North Korea's navy shot a South Korean Oceans Ministry official who drifted into the North's waters, then burned his body, Seoul's military said.
Throngs of people have turned out to pay tribute to slain top cop Charl Kinnear at a memorial service held for him in Cape Town on Thursday.
Members of the public booed Trump as he approached the casket atop the marble steps of the Supreme Court building to honor Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak's plans were criticised for leaving self-employed people to 'fend for themselves' and not considering small firms renting office space on a casual basis.
A fresh analysis of age-based statistics offers solid evidence that COVID-19 is becoming more widespread among young Americans. According to data released by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and... Prevention on Sept. 23, children and adults under 30 accounted for more than a third of all COVID-19 cases reported in the U.S. in July…
Welsh whistleblower Nigel Owens will become the first referee to take charge of 100 Tests when France play Italy on November 28.
Quebec health authorities reported 582 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, bringing the total number of cases in the province since the start of the pandemic to 69,670.
MLB made it to the end of its pandemic-ravaged season. Were the victories worth the toll at the end?
Mitt Romney and his ilk were once critics of the president. But now, when it suits them, they're backing him again One unlikely effect of Donald Trump being in office has been a rise in the reputation... of more moderate Republicans. In 2012, when Mitt Romney was running for president, he seemed like the incarnation of monied interests - a man who would defend beyond all other principles the right of the American millionaire to be taxed at 13%. He was out of touch, and cynically motivated. Whenever I saw a photo of Romney, I would suffer a surge of dislike. Then came Trump. Such is the warping effect of the bar being so lowered, a man who wanted to repeal the Affordable Care Act and ban same-sex marriage has somehow become known for being somewhat progressive. In the first days after Trump's...
We take a look back at some of Dean Jones's best moments for Australia and another that didn't go as planned for the daring, dashing and charismatic batsman, who helped to revolutionise the way the... game was played.
Police in Vietnam have confiscated an estimated 345,000 used condoms which had been cleaned and resold as new, state media reported.
Survivalism can be less about guns and ammo, and more about homemaking and community resilience.
The actor on growing up gay in bible belt Texas, what his new film says about the progress of LGBTQ+ rights - and what he learned from his son coming out as straight Matt Bomer looks too good to be... true: zinging blue eyes, dark shirt partially unbuttoned, glossy black hair a mere kiss-curl away from Christopher Reeve-era Superman. The 42-year-old actor even has a sunny disposition, despite it being not yet 10am in Los Angeles. He is video-calling from the bright attic room of the home he shares with his husband, the Hollywood publicist Simon Halls, and their three sons; a rubber plant yoo-hoos over his shoulder. Presumably, Bomer just tumbled out of bed looking that way and plonked himself in front of the webcam. "I wish," he smiles, exuding the faintly weary graciousness of someone whose...
He’s giving a whole new meaning to “Morning Joe.” With just 40 days until the presidential election, Joe Biden’s campaign called a lid at the early hour of 9 a.m. on Thursday — meaning the... Democratic nominee won’t be holding any public events for the rest of the day. Biden’s campaign blasted out the email...
A white Louisville police major reportedly disparaged people protesting racial injustice and police brutality as "punks" who will be washing cars, toiling at Walmart or living in their parents'... basements all their lives.
The celebration will feature a group of in-person honorees who will reflect the "themes, challenges and inspirations of 2020."
Nicolas Escobar said he had a 'vision' which showed him where to look for the money in the apartment in Medellin, Colombia.
Sign up now! Sign up now! Sign up now? Sign up now! The Fiver's downtime is usually spent slugging super-strength Tin while watching 2. Bundesliga matches with chalkboard in hand. Who needs Netflix... when Talking Pictures shows old episodes of Budgie, Catweazle and the late Jill Gascoine in The Gentle Touch? Superhero films are also a no-no at Fiver Towers. Who needs caped crusaders when you have Paul Lambert and Phillip Cocu? Thus, the news that Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney have been revealed as potential investors in Wrexham AFC required some frantic googling on our abacus. Isn't Deadpool a Dirty Harry sequel? It is really Always Sunny in Philadelphia? And what comes to mind about Wrexham's football club itself?
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Thursday pushed back at President Trump's refusal to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses the November election.
HONG KONG – Hong Kong police arrested prominent democracy activist Joshua Wong on Thursday for participating in an unauthorized assembly in October 2019 and violating the city's anti-mask law,... according to a post on his official Twitter account. Wong's latest arrest adds to several unlawful assembly charges or suspected offenses he and other activists are...
The UK has reported 6,634 new coronavirus cases - the highest daily total ever recorded.
Hundreds of thousands of words have already been written about the logistics of nominating a justice to replace the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg before this year's presidential election. Since it now... appears that President Trump has the votes to secure such a confirmation, there are more relevant questions about the background of the eventual nominee. The frontrunner appears to be Amy Coney Barrett, a U.S. Appeals Court judge and longtime professor at the University of Notre Dame Law School. Even more digital ink has been spilled since 2018 on the subject of Barrett herself, whose previous federal confirmation hearing was unusually contentious by the standards of such proceedings. Most of the commentary has fallen on predictably partisan lines, with both supporters and critics drawing...
Officers accused of violence, sexual misconduct and more have walked free in deals that dodge a tough sentencing law. Lawmakers want to eliminate it.
On Sept. 29, Costco's St-Hubert location will become a business centre.
For months now, President Donald Trump has sought to raise questions in his supporters' minds about the accuracy of the 2020 election results, suggesting with zero evidence that there was some sort of... effort to steal the election because of the likelihood of increased mail-in balloting due to coronavirus fears this November.
Gruden said Newton playing for the Patriots is "double trouble for every defensive staff, every coach and every team that comes in there."
Quebec's ombudsperson presented her report to the National Assembly Thursday that details the glaring problems experienced in the province's long-term care homes (CHSLDs) were known to the government... long before the massive numbers of deaths that occurred last spring, and yet the solutions were always postponed.
Two biggest Palestinian factions have agreed to hold the first elections in Palestine in nearly 15 years.
The Ohio State University president slammed a Kentucky grand jury’s decision not to charge cops in Breonna Taylor’s death, saying this “does not feel like justice.” In a video message... Wednesday, Dr. Kristina Johnson called on students not to “accept” that charges were only filed against Officer Brett Hankison for firing into the homes of...
Kings, queens and heads of state - draped in their traditional regalia - gathered at the Pearls of Umhlanga on Thursday to celebrate Heritage Day.
Onlookers at the Supreme Court loudly booed and chanted, "vote him out" as Trump stood by Ginsburg's casket.
Leading antiracist scholar and CBS News contributor Ibram X. Kendi joins "CBS This Morning" to react to a grand jury choosing not to indict any police officers for the killing of Breonna Taylor. He... also discusses the state of the racial divide and what message the indictment sends to Black Americans.
Bali believed it could reclaim its status as the region's favourite holiday destination with rapid antibody tests for arriving tourists. But a flaw in the system means COVID-19 deaths are on the rise,... and one crematorium is struggling to keep up with the number of coffins.
Jerzy Kalina installation is response to controversial statue of pope being struck down by meteor An unusual sculpture depicting John Paul II holding up a meteorite has been unveiled in Warsaw - as an... artistic response to a controversial statue showing a meteor striking down the late pope. Jerzy Kalina's installation outside the National Museum, titled Poisoned Source, shows the Polish pope holding the meteorite high over a pool of red water representing blood.
Police have confiscated hundreds of thousands of used contraceptives in a Vietnamese warehouse that were boiled, reshaped and sold as new despite health risks.
Max Rushden is joined by Philippe Auclair, Anne-Marie Batson, Simon Burnton and Sean Ingle to discuss the implications of not allowing fans into grounds for the next six months. There's the quickest... substitution ever, a look at Manchester United's defence and a weekend preview Rate, review, share on Apple Podcasts, Soundcloud, Audioboom, Mixcloud, Acast and Stitcher, and join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter and email. Max and the pod discuss the latest coronavirus restrictions in the English game. Is it right to keep fans out? Will clubs get financial support from the government? And what does this mean lower down the football pyramid.
United Airlines has announced plans to start offering COVID-19 tests to certain passengers, becoming the first U.S. airline to do so, CNN reports. The airline on Thursday said that beginning on Oct.... 15, passengers traveling from San Francisco International Airport to Hawaii will be able to take either a rapid COVID-19 test at the airport or a test that they can administer at home prior to the trip. At the airport, United will offering Abbott's COVID-19 test that provides results in 15 minutes. For the mail-in test from Color, passengers will be able to return it through mail or a drop box and get the results back in between 24 and 48 hours. According to CBS News, the rapid testing at the airport "takes about 20 minutes from arrival to result and initially will cost $250," while the at-home...
The federal government has announced it is increasing one of a trio of promised new COVID-19 aid benefits, to be equivalent to the amount received through the Canada Emergency Response Benefit that... will expire at the end of the month.
An influential group of doctors and health-care leaders are jointly calling on the Ontario government to lock down more of the province in response to higher COVID-19 numbers. “Given the sharp rise... in COVID-19 cases over the last two weeks, and the speed at which this virus spreads, now is the time to put public health measures in place to immediately limit opportunities for disease transmission,” the statement, distributed by the Ontario Hospital Association, says. The letter is signed by 38 physicians specializing in infectious diseases, general internal medicine, medical microbiology and infection prevention and control (IPAC). Health Minister Christine Elliott confirmed 409 more cases of COVID-19 in the province on Thursday — 151 in Toronto, 82 in Ottawa and 46 in Peel — with...
Many business owners still feel not enough is being done to protect the self-employed, freelancers and contractors working in the hospitality, leisure, pubs and breweries and the performing arts... sectors.
Former Australia cricketer Dean Jones has died of cardiac arrest at the age of 59, Indian broadcaster Star India confirmed in a statement on Thursday.
In a statement on Thursday, parliament's presiding officers said despite the most depressing challenges this year had brought, Ubuntu, human dignity, and human decency, saw South Africans rise... together against a deadly global pandemic.
There were fears for the life of the 'emaciated and dehydrated' newborn kittens at the White Lion Park in the Russian city of Vladivostok.
Organized protesters were seen grabbing protective gear and pre-prepared signs from a U-Haul in Louisville, Kentucky, just moments after the announcement that local cops were not being charged in the... shooting death of Breonna Taylor. “‘Shields, we got shields!” a woman’s voice shouted as dozens of people rushed over to a rental van parked downtown...
CNN's Alisyn Camerota asks a panel of six voters, three Trump supporters and three Biden supporters, if they would get a vaccine, if available, before the end of the year.
On her deathbed, the late Supreme Court justice said it was her "most fervent wish ... that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed."
Providing monetary compensation to the victims of police violence is necessary, but it cannot fix American policing.
President Trump will accept the results of the 2020 election, but only under select conditions. In a press conference Wednesday, Trump raised concerns from both sides of the aisle as he refused to... commit to a peaceful transfer of power should he lose the election this fall. Trump suggested, without evidence, that ballot fraud would lead him to lose the election, and that it would likely be decided in the Supreme Court. So in a Thursday appearance on Brian Kilmeade's Fox News Radio, the host asked Trump if he would accept a Joe Biden victory if it came from the Supreme Court. "That I would agree with," Trump responded. "But I think we have a long way before we get there. These ballots are a horror show." But it's not as if Trump has no influence on the court he's relying on to make a 2020...
A suspicious fire destroyed a detached garage and three cars at a Minnesota home that had a large "Trump 2020" presidential campaign sign outside, police said. Police and firefighters in Brooklyn... Center, a suburb of Minneapolis, responded to the predawn Wednesday blaze at a Morgan Avenue residence where homeowners Deana and Dennis Molla had their...
Britain's Liam Broady qualifies for the French Open for the first time with a straight-sets win over Australia's Marc Polmans.
Fans and self-employed sculptors Nick Dutton and Gavin Fulcher were behind the statue, which appeared outside The Forum, Norwich, where it will remain until Sunday.
We gathered the facts based on public records, official statements and interviews with witnesses and people close to the case to knock down myths.
Thoughtful, poised, and ready to rescue Britain from economic doom... welcome to a behind-the-scenes (and totally unscripted) insight into Rishi Sunak's preparations for his big speech.
Trump ignites a firestorm by not committing to a 'peaceful transfer of power' if he loses in November.
Health officials have yet to confirm the final figure, which takes into account data from every setting across the UK. The early count for England only includes lab-confirmed victims in NHS hospitals.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the annual Halloween parade in Greenwich Village has been cancelled this year.
The Chancellor unveiled the Job Support Scheme (JSS) to 'directly support' wages of staff in 'viable' roles for six months from November. It will replace furlough which is due to end on October 31.
Donald and Melania Trump were booed by crowds at the Supreme Court when they paid their respects to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Thursday.
Barrister and author Alexandra Wilson, 25, told her Twitter followers she was mistaken for a defendant while working in court on Wednesday. The mistake was branded as 'totally unacceptable'.
Here's the coronavirus death toll through September 23. The raw data from Johns Hopkins is here.
The singer, 26, was strolling down a street in Los Angeles when he was stopped by Kid The Wiz, a performer who filmed the encounter for his Instagram.
An investigation into how a secret North Korean agency manages to finance the country's nuclear arsenal.
Republicans asserted Thursday that if Joe Biden is elected president in November there will be an 'orderly transition' after Donald Trump refused to commit to 'peacefully' leaving office if he loses.
Bosses have taken steps over fears of a repeat of the stockpiling panic seen in stores at the start of the pandemic.
Multiple Democratic senators are concerned about whether Senate Judiciary Committee ranking member Dianne Feinstein is up to the task of what is expected to be a bruising fight on President Trump’s... Supreme Court nominee, according to a bombshell report. The report alleges that a group of Democratic senators, speaking anonymously to Politico, have grown deeply...
During a private briefing this week, Kevin Fenton, director of Public Health England in London, told Sadiq Khan that all signs indicated the disease was making a resurgence in the capital.
Is your Justice store closing? The tween retailer is shuttering 23 more U.S. stores as part of Ascena Retail Group's bankruptcy. Here's the new list.
Zimbabwe will gradually re-open primary and secondary schools from Oct. 26 for all pupils, ending a break of seven months that was precipitated by the coronavirus outbreak, the information minister... said on Tuesday.
John Paul, AAA Northeast's Car Doctor, answers a question from a reader whose son is considering a modification to his VW Jetta.
President Trump says he's spoken with the Kentucky governor amid the protests stemming from the Breonna Taylor case. He praised the state's attorney general in a press briefing Wednesday when asked... about the case. CBS News White House correspondent Ben Tracy joined CBSN with the latest.
Lissie Harper, 29, from Thames Valley, moved Loose Women viewers with her determination to make her husband proud and push further for the implementation of her Harper's Law campaign.
You might emerge from 2020 with fewer friendships, and that's OK.
Wrexham fans are pinching themselves over potential Hollywood investment from actors Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney.
A 'fly-tipper' lashed out at a member of the public who caught him on camera. Video shows the man karate-kicking the 51-year-old victim in the face. The incident happened in Dorset on Tuesday.
President Trump on Thursday paid his respects to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg as she lies in repose atop the steps of the Supreme Court building. Crowds on the sidewalk chanted for Trump, who was... wearing a mask, to “honor her wish,” and yelled, “Vote him out.” Ginsburg allegedly dictated a final, “most fervent wish” to...
Joe Biden was at a loss for words Wednesday night when he was asked how he felt about Donald Trump refusing to vow to leave office peacefully if he lost the election in November.
Donald Trump has been booed and heckled while paying his respects to Ruth Bader Ginsburg, whose death has triggered a political row.
Female firefighters remain underrepresented as more crews step up to contain one of the worst fire seasons in history.
British online retailer ASOS has sparked a frenzy for their exclusive Groovy Chick t-shirt collection. Shoppers have taken to Twitter to share memories of the brand's original merchandise.
Less than 1 percent of teachers and students have become infected with COVID-19 since classes began, according to a new study. The new data from Brown University’s National COVID-19 School Response... Data Dashboard followed 550 schools across 46 states over a two-week period starting Aug. 31, with at least 300 conducting some form of in-person...
The presenter, 52, was joined by Yinka Bokinni to unveil the health and beauty giant's range of festive gifts in Shoreditch, London... three months (92 days) ahead of the annual celebration.
Gauteng traffic police have urged road users to drive with caution as they expect high traffic volumes from Thursday.
Turkey's central bank increases interest rates by 2 percentage points, lifting embattled lira off record lows.
Bailey Appleyard arrived more than three months early when his mother Clair Felstead, 25, from Leighton, Cheshire, went into labour at 25 weeks and six days.
These restaurants and bars are gone but not forgotten.
Cineworld Group, the owner of Regal Cinemas, may need to raise more cash in order to survive another surge of coronavirus cases.
The two Republican members of the North Carolina State Board of Elections abruptly resigned Wednesday, saying in separate letters that they felt misled by the state attorney general's office and board... staff when they agreed to a settlement that would allow voters to fix absentee ballots with missing information.
The SEC is starting, Miami is looking to build on its momentum and Oklahoma faces a test. What to expect ahead of Week 4 in college football.
Spoken-word poet Brandon Leake's timely, moving message of empathy connected with 'AGT' viewers, leading him to victory in Season 15.
A St. Louis woman has been charged with kidnapping an 80-year-old woman at gunpoint in a grocery store parking lot, authorities said. Ginger Ephrim, 24, was charged Monday with first-degree robbery... and kidnapping in a July 29 attack that started outside a Schnucks grocery store near Carondelet Park in St. Louis, where police say Ephrim...
The actor, who has already voiced an animated Man of Steel, would surely leap at the chance to play him in the forthcoming superhero movie As rumours go, the one this week that Nicolas Cage might end... up starring as Superman in Warner Bros' Flash movie takes some beating. There's every chance it was dreamed up to create waves in the blogosphere on a slow news day. Yet it is tantalising nonetheless, largely because this is just the sort of role no other actor in Hollywood but Cage would take on. He is, after all, the actor who felt he was perfect for the role of Kal-El in Tim Burton's abortive Superman Lives, despite all evidence to the contrary. The excellent 2015 documentary The Death of Superman Lives: What Happened? even unearthed footage of the actor in costume, revealing a version of...
Over a career of more than 30 years, she's been Indie Kylie, Moody Kylie and Mature Kylie - but who comes out on top? Her eponymous 1994 album was supposed to unveil a new, more grownup, hipper Kylie... Minogue, free from the influence of Stock Aitken and Waterman: it was not the triumph some expected, but it did contain that rarest of things, a great Kylie ballad in the shape of the trip-hoppy Put Yourself in My Place.
CNN's Alisyn Camerota speaks to a panel of 6 voters -- 3 Trump supporters, 3 Biden supporters -- about President Trump's response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Sarah Louise, 43, from Nottingham, accused Tesco of 'propagating nonsense' with their range of masks for boys. Her daughter, nine, asked why she could not have them in the supermarket.
The king on Thursday addressed the Umkhosi we Lembe, the annual commemoration of the day King Shaka was killed, at the eNyokeni royal palace in Nongoma, northern KwaZulu-Natal.
"We're going to have to see what happens."
Speaking on The Good, The Bad & The Rugby podcast, former England rugby international Mike Tindall has revealed that his daughter was played rugby for the first time this week.
For the "CBS This Morning" series A More Perfect Union, Adriana Diaz speaks to a group of teenagers, many who can't even vote yet, working to strengthen communities and American democracy itself, one... project at a time.
The 22-year-old, who remains unidentified, had travelled oversea to receive the surgery in a bid to become 5ft9 after feeling insecure about his height for years, reported Chinese media.
Retired Lieutenant General H. R. McMaster served in the Army for 34 years and spent 13 months as President Trump's national security adviser. He joins "CBS This Morning" to talk about his new book,... "Battlegrounds: The Fight to Defend the Free World."
Alastair Fraser-Urquhart, 18, (left) said he would be in the clinic for at least two weeks, or until his symptoms of the virus disappear. He signed up to 'save thousands of lives'.
His opponents have long warned President Donald Trump may try clinging to power if he loses this November's election.
The flood threat moves into the southern Appalachian mountains and the western Carolinas on Friday.
The acting head of the UK's court service has apologised to a black barrister who was mistaken for a defendant three times in one day.
President Trump on Wednesday declined to commit to a peaceful transfer of power should he lose to Joe Biden.
Record-breaking surfer Maya Gabeira on why she "wasn't ready to give up" after almost drowning.
The rise in new claims for state jobless benefits signaled continuing layoffs. Here's the latest.
President Trump's refusal on Wednesday to commit to a peaceful transfer of power enraged Democrats. Here's the latest.
In a tweet, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell did not name Trump directly but said the transfer of power would continue as usual.
Oklahoma City fire officials say a girl was killed and her parents and brother were injured when their home exploded
Citizens should not be alarmed or pannic Thursday evening when nine factories sound their warning signals in Montreal.
KwaZulu-Natal police are investigating the murder of two men who were gunned down outside their home in Canelands, north of Durban, on Thursday.
"There will be an orderly transition just as there has been every four years since 1792," said Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
We are able to achieve meaningful social change better, and faster, if we act together The post Why it's crucial to collaborate appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
The high-street British chemist is now limiting its flu vaccines for the most vulnerable in society, including the over-65s and people with serious underlying health woes.
Reigning Super Bowl champion Kansas City heads to Baltimore on Monday in a matchup of AFC heavyweights, one that could determine home-field advantage.
Covid job support scheme will temper rise in unemployment but do little more, experts say UK government to cover 22% of worker pay for six months Key points from Rishi Sunak's winter economy plan What... is Rishi Sunak's job support scheme and how will it work? Britain is in for a long, hard winter. That came across loud and clear from Rishi Sunak as he announced new steps designed to prevent unemployment from breaking postwar records over the coming months. Much of what the chancellor had to say was familiar. This is an unprecedented crisis. Curbs on economic activity are needed to cope with the Covid-19 pandemic. If the state is hurting businesses through lockdown and other restrictions then it has a duty to help.
A junior member of Premier Doug Ford’s tour team has tested positive for COVID-19, his office announced Thursday morning. “The premier did not have any close contact or prolonged exposure with... this staff member,” the statement said. “All staff that had contact with their teammate will self-isolate and monitor for symptoms. “The premier will closely monitor for symptoms and take appropriate next steps if necessary.” Members of tour teams are involved when the premier goes on the road, as he did Wednesday when he travelled to Huntsville to announce a pharmacy COVID-19 testing regime. Ford took a COVID-19 test in June — the result was negative — after it was learned that Education Minister Stephen Lecce had been in contact with someone who had the illness. Lecce also tested...
Louis Butler Lyttle - son of the clothing firm's boss, John - was found unresponsive in his room at his family's secluded mansion on April 20, just days before his 21st birthday.
Thomas says missing Tour gave him a 'new lease of life' Welshman is tackling road world time trial for the first time A slimline Geraint Thomas has insisted that he has nothing to prove to Sir Dave... Brailsford as he attempts to end his season with the perfect tonic. The 34-year-old Welshman believes he has rediscovered his best form after being dropped for the Tour de France - and says that will shine through at the world championship time trial in Monza on Friday and by justifying favouritism at the Giro d'Italia when it starts in Sicily in eight days' time. Related: Climate of suspicion returns to Tour de France to dampen celebrations
Benjamin Hung "drove his Dodge Ram truck adorned with flags associated with right-wing extremist groups into a crowd of individuals peacefully protesting," affidavit says,
Former Sunday Times editor's genius and empathy will be missed, say campaigners At 5.39am on Thursday morning Guy Tweedy, a thalidomide survivor, campaigner and friend of Harold Evans, received an... email from Tina Brown and Georgie and Izzy, the couple's two children. Related: Sir Harold Evans - a life in pictures
U.S. scientists say they have identified a routine blood test that could help predict which COVID-19 patients admitted to hospital face a higher risk of becoming critically ill and dying from the... virus.
Colby's reckless actions are leaving a path of destruction and Justin makes it through surgery.
Black voters and 'unaffiliated' voters are key groups in the US battleground state of North Carolina.
More than 100 were arrested overnight. Two police officers were shot and a suspect is in custody. Breonna Taylor's family is outraged. Latest updates.
Facebook’s long-awaited oversight board that will act as a referee on whether specific content is allowed on the tech giant’s platforms is set to launch in October
Join Natalie Bonjolo, Tim Clarke and Damien Cripps as they digest the verdict for which WA has waited a quarter of a century, and share the outpouring of emotion that followed the verdict.
A poll of 5,500 married British couples discovered those who swayed to the singer's Lion King hit Can You Feel The Love Tonight? were most likely to describe themselves as happy.
The pandemic is putting pressure on many families, including those with grown kids. One in five has had their adult child move back home with them.
The latest on education in Massachusetts during the pandemic.
The German man's challenge had been against a conviction in Germany for the rape of a 72-year-old woman in Portugal in 2005.
Cream, lattice biscuits, Cottee's instant pudding and a jar of Biscoff spread are all you need to recreate Sydney mother-of-three Walla Abu-Eid's viral vanilla slices.
President Donald Trump is on the defensive in three red states he carried in 2016, narrowly trailing Joe Biden in Iowa and battling to stay ahead of him in Georgia and Texas, as Trump continues to... face a wall of opposition from women that has also endangered his party's control of the Senate, according to […]
A decade after my Guardian series A Transgender Journey, our rights look more fragile than ever Ten years ago, I began writing a series for the Guardian called A Transgender Journey, documenting my... gender reassignment process. At the time, some trans people felt it was backward-looking to use this autobiographical framing; they believed we had passed the point when we had to write memoirs to counter hostile coverage, especially as this seemed to encourage journalists to focus on our personal stories instead of our political concerns. I agreed, but I wrote it nonetheless. It eventually ran for 30 instalments and formed the basis of my book, Trans: A Memoir. Growing up under Section 28, before mass adoption of the internet, I found nothing in schools or public libraries that could help me...
Developing countries have been hit harder by the Covid-19 downturn than in past economic crises The post Global job losses linger after lockdowns appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
King Goodwill Zwelithini has urged politicians to unite in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic and gender-based violence, or face the wrath of their ancestors.
The number of new jobless claims for last week has come in worse than anticipated. The Labor Department said Thursday that 870,000 Americans filed new jobless claims last week, which was about 4,000... claims higher than the revised total from the week prior. The number was above the level that economists were expecting, as experts had forecast a decline to 850,000 claims, CNBC reports. This was another week that the new jobless claims remained below one million, but months into the coronavirus crisis, they're still at a level that far surpasses the worst week of the Great Recession. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, the record for most claims filed in a single week was 695,000 in 1982. The improvement in jobless claims has come to a halt. 870K last week, which is up from 866K in the prior...
Wycombe and PFA criticise governing body's verdict Akinfenwa alleged phrase used by Fleetwood representative Adebayo Akinfenwa is unhappy the Football Association has concluded that a reference to him... as a "fat water buffalo" was not racist. The Wycombe striker alleged he was called that by a representative of Fleetwood Town during last season's League One play-off semi-final and the FA was satisfied after an investigation that the term was used.
Purchase limit reintroduced on items such as toilet roll to avoid repeat of March's empty shelves Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Morrisons has become the first large... supermarket to reinstate rationing on items such as toilet roll and disinfectant after the tightening of coronavirus measures. The supermarket chain said on Thursday t had introduced a purchase limit of three on a small range of products to ensure they were "available for everyone". The move echoes the beginning of the first wave of Covid-19 in the UK, when supermarkets were forced to impose restrictions on purchases because of people stockpiling.
Refugee reporters document the aftermath of the devastating Moria fire, and other tragedies, on troubled Greek island.
This Apple student discount includes free AirPods with your select MacBook or iPad purchase during the company's annual back-to-school promotion--details.
A major focal point for the new additions is to reflect gender-neutrality where designs feature three variants of a bearded person
A Seattle cop was filmed rolling his bicycle over a man’s helmeted head as he lay down on the street during violent Black Lives Matter protests sparked by the decision not to charge cops for Breonna... Taylor’s death. The dungaree-wearing protester — called “trumpet man” by others in the crowd — was shown prone on...
Some six months into the crisis, new unemployment filings remain elevated.
German former tennis star is accused of failing to disclose money and property information The tennis champion Boris Becker has denied a string of criminal charges over his bankruptcy as he was told... he could face seven years in jail. The German former tennis star, 52, who was declared bankrupt in June 2017, is accused of not complying with obligations to disclose information.
Premier Soccer League (PSL) chairman Irvin Khoza is set to announce DStv as the new sponsor of the Premiership on Thursday evening.
The airport is one of three airports, along with OR Tambo International Airport and King Shaka International Airport, that will be open for international travel from 1 October.
Ben Crump, the attorney for Breonna Taylor's family, gives his reaction to the grand jury decision not to bring charges related to Taylor's death. One officer was indicted on wanton endangerment for... allegedly endangering Taylor's neighbors. Crump also provides an update on her family's reaction.
A former cop hailed as Louisiana's Trooper of the Year just two years ago has pleaded guilty to distributing pornography involving children as young as 3 years old, federal prosecutors said. Jason... Boyet, a 14-year Louisiana State Police vet who won Troop L's Trooper of the Year honors in 2018, pleaded guilty Wednesday to distributing...
Angry protesters took to the streets across the country after a Kentucky grand jury did not charge any officers with killing Ms. Taylor in her apartment.
She was able to see a world where men and women would be treated equally.
A report published and compiled after interviews with 73 convicted wildlife offenders in SA's jails concluded that 70% of them were forced into crime to make a living.
A Massachusetts construction worker's love of black licorice wound up costing him his life, doctors say A Massachusetts construction worker's love of black licorice wound up costing him his life.... Eating a bag and a half every day for a few weeks threw his nutrients out of whack and caused the 54-year-old man's heart to stop, doctors reported. "Even a small amount of licorice you eat can increase your blood pressure a little bit," said Dr Neel Butala, a cardiologist at Massachusetts General Hospital who described the case in the New England Journal of Medicine.
The suspect who was arrested in the shooting of two Lousiville police officers has been identified as 26-year-old Larynzo Johnson, according to a report. Johnson was charged with wanton endangerment... and assault of a police officer, WLKY reported. He is expected to face an arraignment hearing Friday morning, according to CBS News, which noted that...
Never before have the Broncos finished the season at the bottom of the ladder, as club great Darius Boyd finishes his NRL career on a sombre note in the 32-16 defeat to the Cowboys.
Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, tertiary education institutions moved lectures online in a bid to save the academic year.
Thursday: Gov. Gavin Newsom announced plans to ban the sale of gas-powered new cars by 2035.
The woman was shot early Tuesday morning.
Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife said to pack soiled clothes to be cleaned on foreign trips While black-tie banquets, lavish royal receptions and priceless gifts are the most obvious extravagances of... international diplomacy, Israel's leader and his wife have spotlighted a lesser-known perk of the state visit: free dry cleaning. Benjamin and Sara Netanyahu have developed a reputation for lugging bags and suitcases of dirty clothes on foreign trips to be laundered at another country's expense, a practice noticed by staff at the White House guesthouse, according to the Washington Post.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy threatened to call for a vote to oust House Speaker Nancy Pelosi if she makes an effort to impeach President Trump to block him from nominating a Supreme Court... justice. "I will make you this one promise, listening to the speaker on television this weekend, if she tries to move...
Earlier this week, I was working on an article that claimed Joe Biden had better results in state polls than in national polls. Then on Wednesday, the inevitable happened. Biden had some excellent... results in national polls, including 10-point leads in high-quality national polls from Quinnipiac University and Marquette Law School, bringing his margin in […]
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange secretly fathered two young children during his seven years claiming asylum in London's Ecuadorian Embassy. Elizabeth Palmer sat down with Stella Moris, Assange's... fiancee, who started out as one of his lawyers.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta breaks down common coronavirus misconceptions and emphasizes the importance of wearing masks.
Sen. Rand Paul spoke out in the wake of protests after a grand jury decided against indicting the cops responsible for the killing of Breonna Taylor.
A magnificent beast made of four million parts from 30 different countries, the Airbus A380 is the world's largest passenger airliner, and its era is almost at an end.
The UN's relief chief says coronavirus has added 100 million people to those in need of humanitarian relief worldwide.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson pledged 100 per cent of people would get their Covid-19 test result back within 24 hours. But almost 100 per cent of tests in England take more than a day to come back.
Body will be able to overrule some content moderation decisions and plans to be ready to hear user appeals next month The long-awaited Facebook Oversight Board, empowered to overrule some of the... platform's content moderation decisions, plans to launch in October, just in time for the US election. The board will be ready to hear appeals from Facebook users as well as cases referred by the company itself "as soon as mid- or late-October at the very latest, unless there are some major technical issues that come up", said Julie Owono, one of the 20 initial members of the committee who were named in May, in an interview on Wednesday.
Scientists found no differences in seven genes associated with viral entry of SARS-CoV-2 - the coronavirus that causes Covid-19 - across ethnic groups.
This week's properties are five-bedroom houses in Scarsdale, N.Y., and Fairfield, Conn.
A Chicago church where thousands mourned Emmett Till in 1955 after the Black teenager was brutally murdered in Mississippi will be named Thursday to a list of the nation's 11 most endangered places.
"We have given this virus a lot of chances."
Here are the latest updates on the coronavirus in the Chicago area and the rest of Illinois.
Number of Americans filing for weekly unemployment benefits is still four times the level before pandemic struck.
Charles Spencer, 55, who lives at Althorp House in Northamptonshire, revealed he had Covid-19 during a chat with the Society of Women Writers and Journalists.
Researchers from UCL and York University, Canada measured the response to pain in the brains of 27 infants from newborn to 96 days old using electrodes on their head.
Sophie Wessex, 55, cut a casual figure in a navy roll neck jumper and matching raincoat as she arrived at Coverwood Farm in Cranleigh, Surrey on Thursday.
Mr. Trump told reporters tightened standards from the FDA for an emergency use authorization for a coronavirus vaccine "sounds like a political move."
Juan Martinez, the ex-director of public health for Madrid, has said Spain 'deserves' a second full national lockdown after ending the first one led to a second wave of coronaviurs infections.
PC Mark Gunn, who works in Barry for South Wales Police, has apologised after calling George Floyd a 'drug crazed maniac,' on his Spotify podcast, PC BBQ.
An area of low pressure over Iceland that lasted for six years starting in 1914 brought heavy rains and cold air to Europe, 'substantially' increasing casualties in the First World War, study claims.
The tennis legend is accused of failing to fully declare his estate to the Insolvency Service after restrictions were imposed on his finances for the next 11 years.
The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits rose slightly last week, showing the continued economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
CI Financial Corp. and its Assante Wealth Management (Canada) Ltd. subsidiary have signed a deal to acquire a minority share in Assante's operation in Dorval, Que.
Alexandra Wilson says she was challenged by court staff who assumed she was there to face charges.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak today unveiled his new Winter Economy Plan with a wage subsidy scheme to replace furlough as its centrepiece as he moved to try to stave off massive job losses over the winter.
The government and firms will top up workers' wages, helping cover three quarters of their hours for next six months.
They are yet to be designated a formal terrorist organization - but cartels south of the border are documented to now be augmenting arsenals of sophisticated weaponry to rival most fear-inducing... militias on battlefields abroad.
Royal College of GPs wrote to testing tsar Dido Harding to warn that the delays are threatening the flu vaccination programme, which is vital to protecting the NHS this winter.
The officers who killed Taylor won't face murder charges. But demands for justice in Kentucky's largest city go far beyond accountability in a single police shooting.
Former Suffolk Police officer Alistair Livingstone, dubbed 'Supercop' for making 1,000 arrests in 18 months has revealed how he was for forced to quit after suffering mental health issues, in his... book.
Politics Insider for Sept. 24: Julie Payette read the Speech from the Throne, which clocked in at more than 6,000 words, during a ceremony that was normal and not normal. Plus, Trump won't commit to a... peaceful transfer of power. The post With a second wave underway, Trudeau lays out his vision appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Lido: A Dip into Outdoor Swimming Pools by Christopher Beanland showcases the world's top lidos, with the author also touching on the history and design of the alfresco spots.
This week's "Sunday Morning" hosted by Jane Pauley, takes us to Tuscany, with stories on all things Italian - art and design, traditions and culture, fashion, food, music and entertainment, history... and culture. Featuring: Mark Phillips' report on reverse emigration, in which Americans are returning to the Old Country; Lee Cowan on the birthplace of Pinocchio; Rita Braver sits down with author Frances Mayes at her villa made famous in "Under the Tuscan Sun"; Alina Cho visits Sting and Trudie Styler at their 400-year-old house; Tracy Smith interviews fashion designer Brunello Cucinelli; and Seth Doane samples some delicious local fare.
CNN's John Avlon looks at the Trump campaign's misinformation campaign and use of doctored videos online.
The alleged laundry racket dates back years and aides of both Barack Obama and Donald Trump have described the familiar sight of Israeli laundry bags on trips to the United States.
Qantas may have retired its Boeing 747 fleet, but for aviation enthusiasts already missing the "Queen of the Skies" the Australian airline offered up something to sweeten the deal.
The chancellor sets out plans to protect jobs over the winter. Here's what you need to know.
Andrew Eddy, 30, had just slid into the water when a large shark latched onto his shoulder.
Opposition parties press Nicola Sturgeon on why she was not better prepared for outbreaks at universities.
Europe has now had more than five million coronavirus cases and several countries have begun reimposing local lockdown rules to head off a return to uncontrolled spread.
From Rimouski to Longueuil, Surete du Quebec (SQ) provincial police officers are carrying out a major road safety operation on the Jean-Lesage highway on Thursday.
Ex-French president denies charges he accepted millions of euros from Gaddafi, to use in his presidential campaign.
The Federal Government wants to relax lending rules, which would make it easier for Australians to access personal loans and mortgages.
The naturalist attracted more than half a million followers within two hours of joining the platform. It comes ahead of the release of his new Netflix film David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet.
Kris Van Cleave gets a behind-the-scenes look at United Airlines' new COVID-19 rapid testing program at San Francisco International Airport. The airline sees this effort as a first step toward... reconnecting the U.S. with international travel.
The Guardian's picture editors select highlights from around the world
After the March police raid when Breonna Taylor was shot and killed, authorities charged her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, with attempted murder. Those charges were later dropped. Walker is now suing the... Louisville Metro Police Department, claiming police misconduct. Steven Romines, one of Walker's attorneys, joins "CBS This Morning."
CDC Director Robert Redfield is urging Americans not to let their guard down after preliminary findings from a new nationwide antibody study showed about 90% of Americans are still susceptible to the... virus. David Begnaud reports.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg laid in repose Wednesday outside the Supreme Court. Thousands of people, including Chief Justice John Roberts, paid their respects. Jan Crawford has the latest.
President Trump refused on Wednesday to promise to leave office peacefully if he is voted out in November. Instead, and without evidence, he called mail-in ballots a "disaster" and suggested getting... rid of them. Ben Tracy reports.
The fire left four adults and two children displaced.
Presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters that Putin was not nominated by the Kremlin.
Federal charges in the death of Breonna Taylor are still possible even though a Kentucky grand jury only indicted one Louisville officer in connection to the case.
Joy and surprise greet prospect of actors Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney investing in the National League club It seemed unlikely at first mention and the story has not grown any less far-fetched... since, but that is not preventing Wrexham AFC fans from revelling in their moment in the limelight. Carole Williams, a director of the firm that sponsors the National League club, put it most succinctly: "The whole community is enthusiastic after hearing that a little bit of Hollywood magic might be about to touch North Wales." The Hollywood magic in question comes in the form of actor/producers Ryan Reynolds, of Deadpool fame, and Rob McElhenney, best known for the television series It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. And the injection of £2m that is being confidently anticipated is not for the...
The recent resumption of sports events show they can be organised safely without vaccines, IOC President Thomas Bach said on Thursday.
Helsinki Airport has started making use of dogs to detect COVID-19. The airport in Finland is deploying trained sniffer dogs as part of a new trial after researchers said that in preliminary tests,... dogs could "identify the virus with nearly 100 percent accuracy," including "days before before a patient developed symptoms," The Guardian reports. They can reportedly detect it in 10 seconds or less. "It's very promising," University of Helsinki researcher Anna Hielm-Björkman, who is overseeing the trial, told The Guardian. "If it works, it could prove a good screening method in other places." The trial reportedly involves having passengers use a wipe to dab their necks, which one of the dogs then sniffs, and if it detects the coronavirus, the passenger can then take a polymerase chain...
Jalil Muntaqim was one of several black liberation radicals incarcerated for decades in the wake of political and racial turbulence of the 1960s and 70s A former Black Panther who has been in prison... for almost half a century has finally won his decades-long battle for freedom after a New York parole board ordered his release. Jalil Muntaqim, AKA Anthony Bottom, has been in unbroken custody for more than 49 years having been arrested and later convicted of the 1971 murders of two police officers in Harlem. Under the terms of his parole he must be released from the maximum-security Sullivan correctional facility in upstate New York by 20 October.
Going public with their relationship now, when Assange could be looking at decades of U.S. prison time, is a calculated emotional appeal to the British court.
Luxury resort says island is virtually Covid-free and wants a live-in book lover to provide guests with bespoke help for their 'reading journeys' For those in dismay at the prospect of wet, dark... evenings and social isolation this autumn, a luxury desert island resort in the Maldives is looking for a live-in bookseller to start next month. The eco resort of Soneva Fushi, on Kunfunadhoo Island in the Maldives, has played host to three "barefoot booksellers" since 2018: the most recent, Chrissy Ryan, left in April as the coronavirus pandemic swept the world. But with the Maldives reopening to international visitors, Soneva Fushi is now in need of a bookseller to run a smallshop on the private island, with the contract set to run from the end of October until after Easter.
Builders renovating oldest surviving synagogue in city make discovery in original cornerstone Hidden deep within a cavity wall of the Manchester Jewish Museum, complete with its wax seal intact, lay a... glass jar time capsule buried almost 150 years ago. As builders renovated the oldest surviving synagogue in Manchester they found the capsule buried next to the Museum's Ark, the chamber which houses the Torah scrolls, filled with synagogue papers, newspapers and some old coins.
"Standing in line with a bunch of voters, to me is like, I'm one of them, almost like I just joined the good side instead of being on the bad side for so long," said Christine Vincent, who spent two... years in prison.
Barcelona star Luis Suarez has been accused of passing a rigged Italian language exam amid a potential move to Juventus, according to Italian prosecutors.
The program will roll out in San Francisco for flyers bound for Hawaii.
Police in Connecticut have shared new details in the Jennifer Dulos murder investigation -- including the theory her probable killer shaved his head beforehand.
European Union health officials are urging member nations to move quickly to slow the latest wave of COVID-19 infections to avoid a repeat of the broad lockdowns that paralysed the continent's economy... in the spring.
The UK is preparing sanctions for human rights violations in Belarus, the foreign secretary has said.
The court has been weaponized to skew political power and insulate extreme conservative coalitions from accountability Just a few days after Ruth Bader Ginsburg's passing, Donald Trump and Senate... Republicans are moving quickly to appoint and confirm a replacement. A growing number of moderates, such as Eric Holder, are warning that should Republicans ram through an appointment, this fact, plus the deliberate blockade of Barack Obama's appointment of Merrick Garland in 2016, would justify a new Democratic administration and Congress to add seats to the supreme court to restore balance. With voting already under way in the 2020 election, a rushed appointment and confirmation in this moment would be a clear partisan power play, and further collapse the legitimacy of the supreme court. But...
Governments want to avoid returning to the full-blown lockdowns of early 2020, including widespread business closures and stay-at-home orders, which broke the pandemic's first wave but also froze... European economies.
Chivargo Fredericks and Eben Basson were arrested shortly after 7-year-old Emaan Solomons was killed in suspected gang crossfire in February.
Verified incidents reported at 287 matches out of total of 2,663 fixtures in 2019-20 season One in 10 football fixtures in the 2019-20 season had an incident of hate crime in England and Wales, data... gathered by the police, the FA and anti-discrimination campaigners has revealed. There were verified hate crime incidents reported at 287 matches in the season, out of a total of 2,663 fixtures, a report published by the Home Office shows. The report said that 75% of the matches - 214 or 8% of all fixtures - reported hate crime incidents related to race, the figures show.
Remark follows duke and duchess's video urging US voters to reject hate speech Donald Trump has taken a swipe at the Duchess of Sussex and wished Prince Harry luck "because he's going to need it",... after the couple urged Americans to vote in the upcoming US presidential election. "I'm not a fan of hers," the president told reporters at a White House press briefing. "I would say this - and she probably has heard that - I wish a lot of luck to Harry, because he's going to need it."
Police say two Louisville, Kentucky officers were shot and injured during protests over a lack of charges in Breonna Taylor's death. The grand jury did charge one of the officers, Brett Hankison, with... three counts of wanton endangerment for firing shots that went into another home. Jericka Duncan reports.
The chilling video aims to warn viewers just how easily the virus can be spread by using filthy green slime as a graphic visual aid which is quickly sp
Foreign ministers from France, Egypt, Germany and Jordan back beginning of talks on the basis of two-state solution.
Las Vegas Raiders head coach Jon Gruden, who has a way with words, calls Patriots QB Cam Newton "Slam Newton ... a power forward playing quarterback."
With fewer than six weeks to go before the US election, investors are starting to get antsy. Recent comments from President Donald Trump aren't helping.
Brannigans crisps have been discontinued, reportedly due to dwindling customer demand. KP Snacks, which also makes McCoy's and Hula Hoops, said it was a 'difficult decision'.
Protesters inflamed by the decision not to charge cops for Breonna Taylor's death took their anger out on a couple dining in Florida.
The woman in Strasbourg says she was attacked in broad daylight by three men for wearing a skirt.
The EFF on Thursday said there was no heritage to celebrate this year as long as citizens remained landless and locked out through poverty.
Comparison with five countries highlights poor sample collection, laboratory flaws and lax support for those isolating Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The UK has a... comparatively high test capacity but is failing to use it efficiently in tackling Covid-19, researchers say, raising concerns including a lack of follow-up and adequate financial support of those isolating. The UK's test and trace system has been heavily criticised in recent weeks, with some people advised to travel hundreds of miles for a test and turnaround times plummeting.
Experts from the US explored why basing one's self-esteem around financial success - the so-called 'Financial Contingency of Self-Worth' - can have drawbacks.
Two police officers were shot during protests over a grand jury's decision to not charge any officers in Breonna Taylor's death. Also, President Trump praised Kentucky's attorney general for his... handling of the case. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.
Former Vice President Joe Biden condemned the indictment against an ex-Kentucky cop for shooting into Breonna Taylor's adjoining apartment, saying the call for equal justice was "not answered."
The Fox News host went there discussing the aftermath of a grand jury's failure to charge Louisville cops with Taylor's killing.
Honour stars Keeley Hawes as a police officer investigating a 2006 murder in the London Iraqi Kurd community. But does it focus too closely on the police, and not the victim? With a track record in... writing fact-based drama - including the award-winning sex trafficking drama Doing Money, which aired on the BBC in 2018 - Gwyneth Hughes is used to doing research. But her key source for Honour, an ITV two-parter that goes out next week, raised unusual issues. "I can't call her because I don't have her number, and don't know what her name is now," Hughes explains. "So I had to wait for her to call me. I always kept a notebook by the phone in case she suddenly rang."
Bling montages and shrewd commentary mark this adaptation of Thomas Piketty's grim bestseller about inequality and excess Justin Pemberton's documentary, based on the bestselling book by French... economist Thomas Piketty, tells us a story no less depressing or gruesomely hypnotic for being so familiar - like observing a slo-mo driverless car crash from the passenger seat. Piketty's contention is that in the 21st century wealth has become more and more concentrated in the form of capital, owned by a minuscule few who sit happily on its colossal growing income - like the aristocrats of pre-revolutionary Europe and non-revolutionary Britain - and that the politically galvanising forces of the Industrial Revolution and vast democratising movements of the 20th century - the New Deal, the welfare...
President Cyril Ramaphosa on Thursday celebrated Heritage Day with a stern message against gender-based violence and racism.
Click to expand Image Workers in Katara cultural heritage village in Doha, Qatar. © 2018 Ramil Sitdikov / Sputnik via AP (Beirut) - The success of the significant labor reform measures that Qatar... introduced on September 8, 2020, will depend on how well the government enforces and monitors them, Human Rights Watch said today. The reforms will allow migrant workers to change jobs without employer permission and set a higher minimum wage for all workers, regardless of nationality. Qatar is the first country in the Arab Gulf region to allow all migrant workers to change jobs before the end of their contracts without first obtaining their employer's consent, one of the key aspects of the kafala (sponsorship) system that can give rise to forced labor. Qatar is the second country in the Gulf...
More than 2,000 adults were quizzed to discover how much they know about their favourite beverages, as part of a study by Aldi.
Seven-hundred 'excess deaths' in private homes have been registered each week in England and Wales alone since the pandemic began to die down in June.
Police in Portland, Oregon, declared a riot after a group of violent protesters ignited a downtown police precinct and pelted it with rocks during unrest that followed the grand jury decision in the... Breonna Taylor case, according to reports. “To those who have gathered outside of Central Precinct on Southwest 2nd Avenue. This gathering has...
Benjamin Crump says family 'outraged, insulted and, mostly, offended' Anger after grand jury refuses to charge officers involved in killing Two Louisville officers shot in protests over Breonna Taylor... decision Black Lives Matter demos held in many cities Authorities in several cities deploy tear gas against crowds Sign up for our First Thing newsletter 12.57pm BST There has been a lot of noise generated by Donald Trump's refusal at his press briefing yesterday to commit to a peaceful transfer of power should he lose November's election. Republican Steve Stivers has popped his head above the parapet this morning on the issue. The Ohio congressman has this morning tweeted that "Nothing defines our Constitutional Republic more than the peaceful transition of power. I've taken an oath to...
Republicans have shown themselves this week to care not a whit about hypocrisy when there's a Supreme Court justice on the line.
The Met Office warned strong gusts and 'persistent rain' will hit eastern England from 9am tomorrow amid fears over power cuts, train disruption and delays on the roads.
The governing party flew into some turbulence when it emerged that several senior leaders hitched a ride on a defence force plane to attend a meeting with Zanu-PF counterparts.
The soldier, known by his surname Chen, was discharged Tuesday from China's Eastern Theatre Command, a major division of the People's Liberation Army, for 'leaking military secrets'.
Journalist who at the Sunday Times became the most admired newspaper editor of his generation Sir Harold Evans, who has died aged 92, lived a life of two halves, almost two distinct lives. In his... first life, he was the Manchester lad who grew up to be the most famous and most admired newspaper editor of his generation in Britain. His second life was as an exile in New York, rich and fashionable, successful as the editor of the powerful Random House publishing company, but sometimes outshone in the world of the Manhattan glitterati by his second wife, the magazine editor Tina Brown.
Meet China's new richest man.
Cat Stevens released his groundbreaking album Tea For the Tillerman 50 years ago, and to mark that anniversary he has recreated the album with some new lyrics and new instrumentation. Stevens, now... using the name Yusuf Cat Stevens, played his new version of "Wild World" for Stephen Colbert on Wednesday's Late Show, and if the new version sounds similar to the old, wait until the end of the first chorus, at about the 1:30 mark. The new album, Tea For the Tillerman 2, also has a new cover, Stevens explained to NPR's All Songs Considered, and a version of Fathers and Sons in which he sings with himself 50 years ago. "Essentially, the song lives in these two kinds of universes," he said. "There's the son and there's the father. And right now, you're going to hear me singing the whole song...
As concern grows among researchers about the extent to which COVID-19 might be transmitted through the air, advocates are concerned about outdated ventilation systems.
The broadcaster gained more than 200,000 followers within an hour of posting his first video.
The long-awaited grand jury decision in the Breonna Taylor case came on Wednesday. Here are some takeaways from the day.
As a contender for the Supreme Court nomination, Judge Amy Coney Barrett's affiliation with a small, Charismatic Christian community in Indiana has drawn fresh attention.
Sport stars including LeBron James, Lewis Hamilton and Megan Rapinoe express their disappointment at a decision not to charge any officers with the killing of Breonna Taylor.
Former Australia batsman Dean Jones dies in India, where he has been working as a television commentator, at the age of 59.
Two dozen inmates and their accomplices allegedly conspired to obtain $300,000 in fraudulent COVID-19 unemployment benefits.
The president on Thursday delivered the national Heritage Day keynote address under the theme 'Celebrating South Africa's Living Human Treasures'.
Australia has asked Google to remove pictures on its Maps service taken from the top of Uluru, the sacred Aboriginal monolith that visitors were banned from climbing last year.
Officials brand 'political decision' ordered by Paris as 'catastrophe' for city Officials in Marseille have reacted furiously to the French government's decision to order all bars and restaurants in... the city to close from this weekend, with officials branding the decision "collective punishment". The health minister, Olivier Véran, said the Mediterranean city had been designated a "maximum alert" zone because the worrying rise in Covid-19 infections threatened to overwhelm local hospitals.
"Well, we're going to have to see what happens," the president said when asked if he would commit to a peaceful transfer of power.
Sacha Deshmukh says lack of action over allegations against Douglas Alexander makes position 'untenable' The executive director of Unicef UK has resigned amid allegations of bullying by the charity's... chair. Unicef UK confirmed it had accepted Sacha Deshmukh's resignation on Tuesday "with regret", less than six months after he started the role, and that it had launched an internal review into the complaints against the chair, Douglas Alexander.
Unrest has again rocked the city after a grand jury in Kentucky declined to bring charges against the two officers who shot Breonna Taylor.
A one-year-old Bulldog called Bruce from Northampton is obsessed with the movie The Lion King. A video of Bruce reacting to Mufasa's death has gone viral with almost one million views.
Managers at Lainston House, near Winchester, Hants, told Zakaria Kioua that 'giving a Muslim alcohol was like giving nuts to a person with a nut allergy'. He sued the hotel for religious harassment.
As part of our series on the future of cities, we look at how being cooped up could change how and where we want to live Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage When Julie Twist... left her office on 23 March, she sobbed all the way home. Boris Johnson was about to shut down the country for an undetermined period and she had no idea if the estate agency she had built up over the past 26 years could survive a global pandemic. In 1994, Twist began selling apartments in central Manchester. She was one of the first estate agents to believe people would want to live in converted mills in the middle of a post-industrial city.
Florida's attorney general is requesting that the FBI probe Michael Bloomberg for paying the outstanding fines and fees of 32,000 convicted felons.
Chilean scientists have rediscovered a species of frog last seen more than 80 years ago, prompting new calls for the conservation of its habitat in the far-flung Chilean desert.
Shocking video shows a protester smacking a Seattle cop over the head with a baseball bat -- cracking the bike helmet that saved him from serious injury, police said. The footage showed a mob of... laughing protesters surrounding the officer as he fell off his bike during violence Wednesday night that saw at least 13...
Fernando Alonso says he decided to return to Formula 1 because he loves the sport.
England and Wales courts head apologises after Alexandra Wilson describes having to 'constantly justify existence' The head of the courts service in England and Wales has apologised to a black... barrister after she was stopped and mistaken for a defendant three times in one day at court. Kevin Sadler, the acting chief executive of HM Courts and Tribunals Service has condemned the "totally unacceptable behaviour" and promised to investigate the complaint made by Alexandra Wilson, who specialises in criminal and family cases.
The group of exiled Saudis in the U.K., the U.S. and elsewhere say their goal is to avert "absolute dictatorship and pave the way for democracy."
Protesters marched in Louisville. Breonna Taylor's family reacted. Kentucky governor called to release evidence. Latest updates.
A fifth person has been arrested and charged over the shooting murder of a senior Bandidos bikie in NSW Central West.
Viola Davis, George Clooney and other stars are speaking out, following a grand jury's decision regarding the shooting death of Breonna Taylor.
CBSN Originals' "Speaking Frankly | Symbolic Justice" explores the fight over monuments and mascots -- and the struggle beyond.
1. Johnson & Johnson announced on Wednesday it has launched the third and final phase of trials for its coronavirus vaccine candidate. Johnson & Johnson's drug is the fourth vaccine candidate to start... phase 3 trials in the United States, but the first that would be administered in a single injection. Experts said a vaccine requiring just one dose would prove advantageous when it comes to getting it out to as many people as possible quickly. Johnson & Johnson CEO Alex Gorsky called the new trial stage, which will involve up to 60,000 participants, a "pivotal milestone." The company said that if the vaccine proves to be safe and effective, it's expecting that "the first batches" could be "available for emergency use authorization in early 2021." [The Washington Post] 2. California Gov. Gavin...
Sansa, a six-year-old cat from New York City, was born with two different eye colors - blue and green - and extra toes due to a rare condition. She has finally found a loving home after being... abandoned.
Joshua Wong, one of Hong Kong's most visible pro-democracy activists, suggested that the authorities had political motives for charging him, at a time when the coronavirus has made mask-wearing... ubiquitous.
George Clooney says he's "ashamed" of America's criminal justice system after the decision was made not to charge officers for causing the death of Breonna Taylor.
Wet and windy weather didn't stop more than 100 visitors stopping by the historic Hounsome Farmhouse for the annual Katanning Royal Flying Doctor Service Garden Party on Sunday.
Demonstrations have continued in Belarus since the president declared victory in last month's election.
Arrests, prosecutions and wildlife seizures are up in Vietnam, but conservationists warn corruption and patchy law enforcement mean the scourge of trafficking continues.
Problems on Android and iPhone leave some unable to use the software at all Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The launch of the NHS Covid-19 app in England and Wales has... exposed problems with the programme, some of which were known about in advance, and some of which will come as a surprise to both the government and users. Although there were hundreds of thousands of downloads of the app in the first few hours on iPhones from the App Store and Android from the Google Play Store, simply accessing it caused a problem for many.
Irish car hire technology firm appoints 58-year-old as deputy chairman Willie Walsh has joined the board of the Irish car hire technology firm CarTrawler - his first appointment since departing as the... chief executive of British Airways' owner, IAG. The 58-year-old, one of the leading figures in global aviation in the past two decades, will be deputy chairman of the Dublin-based company.
Brisbane star Lachie Neale has claimed the AFL Players' Association MVP award for the first time as he prepares to lead the Lions' premiership charge.
Wong told reporters after leaving the police station that it is the third case against him
The deal was made with Mayor Jenny Durkan's office with his duties mainly aimed at being a community liaison.
Ezekiel Elliott has motioned for coaches and teammates to "Feed Me" since his college days. Now the Cowboys RB has the mantra spelled out on his body.
Perth locals who lived next to Claremont killer Bradley Robert Edwards have revealed what he was like, sharing several strange interactions with the now convicted killer.
Democratic presidential nominee is Joe Biden is leading President Trump by more than 7 percentage points in national polling averages, but as Trump showed in 2016, winning the Electoral College is... what gets you elected. Well, "Trump is on the defensive in three red states he carried in 2016," The New York Times reported Thursday morning, unveiling new Times/Sienna College polls of likely voters in Iowa, Georgia, and Texas. Thanks to "a wall of opposition from women," the Times reports, Trump trails Biden by 3 points in Iowa, is tied with him in Georgia, and is ahead by 3 points in Texas, and the Democrats are competitive in those states' Senate races as well. New NYT/Siena polls find a close contest in three states Trump carried easily in 2016:Georgia: 45-45Iowa: Biden 45, Trump 42Texas:...
The 53-year-old became the oldest player to appear in Japan's top flight, eclipsing the previous record by eight years.
Suit argues white supremacist groups "recruit, organize, and thrive, while Facebook continues to profit from their activities"
Australian batsman Dean Jones dies of a heart attack in India aged 59. Regarded as one of the finest batsmen of his generation, Jones was inducted into the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame just last... year.
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(Skint/BMG)Pop outsider and lockdown living-room star Murphy distils her disco expertise and musical idiosyncrasies in songs pulsing with dancefloor power The first thing you hear on Róisín Murphy's... fifth album is a snatch of spoken word, an extract from a monologue that appears in full later. "I feel my story is still untold," she says, "but I'll make my own happy ending." Murphy's fans may concur with the sentiment. It's an article of faith among them that the former Moloko frontwoman should be more famous than she is: look online and the word "underrated" seems to attach itself to her like a nickname. Watching the footage of her performing her former band's 2003 single Forever More at Glastonbury, or the videos she posted from her living room during lockdown, you can see what they...
1. A grand jury has indicted an officer involved in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor in her Louisville home, but the former Louisville police officer, Brett Hankison, was charged with endangering... lives in a neighboring apartment when he fired indiscriminately, not for the five shots that hit Taylor. Ben Crump, an attorney for Taylor's family, tweeted that it was "outrageous and offensive" nobody was charged for killing Taylor, a Black emergency medical worker. Hankison and two other officers forced their way into Taylor's Louisville home in a March 13 raid. Taylor's boyfriend, fearing intruders, fired his gun, and the officers responded with a flurry of gunfire. The other officers were not charged. Two officers were shot in unrest after the indictment. Authorities took a suspect into...
The virus, like so much else, discriminates against women
India's border conflict with China is pushing New Delhi to look for an asymmetric response: flexing its naval might as it deepens cooperation with other democracies that seek to counter Beijing's... global ambitions.
If you attend enough matches, you will hear abusive language. Fans may not mean it badly but their words still carry weight By Ross Hunter for Nutmeg magazine It is a cold March night at MacDiarmid... Park. St Johnstone have just salvaged a draw against Hibs with an equaliser in the 83rd minute. As the referee blows the full-time whistle, the exasperated breath of a few thousand Hibees meets in the air above our heads. We stand up, almost in unison and, clutching programmes and scarves, we begin the trudge out of the stadium. Despite the scoreline, I am happy. This is the first football match I have been to in years and, as we file towards the turnstiles, I try to remember what's kept me away. I miss spending time with my brothers and my dad. I miss the palpable tension, the songs, the beauty...
The winners of this year's Drone Photo Awards have been announced as part of the Siena Awards Festival - offering an array of striking images showing the world from above.
Quebec has begun rolling out a COVID-19 advertising campaign aimed at putting a human face on the deadly virus and reaching those who discount its severity.
From harmful health advice to rumours and conspiracy theories, disinformation is hampering the fight against COVID-19.
'Disappointed' was the word Fremantle coach Justin Longmuir used to describe his side's 2020 season, admitting he was far from satisfied with where they finished.
A pedestrian was killed when three vehicles collided at an intersection in Durban on Thursday.
Michel Fourniret was jailed for life in May 2008 after admitting the kidnap, rape and murder of seven girls over a 14-year period. But authorities now believe there could be more victims.
It seems a script you simply couldn't write.
Numsa said it was prepared to defend its intended industrial action against Golden Arrow over changes to employment conditions.
The disappearance of British care worker Karen Milsom, 52, who vanished in France a year ago and whose car was found abandoned nearby, is being investigated by police
London-based heiress Roumaissa, 18, grew up used to the finer things in life thanks to her generous father who funds her lifestyle. On Rich Kids, Skint Holiday, she stays with the Copes in Norfolk.
Colin Kaepernick condemned the "white supremacist institution of policing that stole Breonna Taylor's life."
It's the latest move to amend a 24-year-old law that shields social media companies from most lawsuits.
NBA players on the Boston Celtics and Miami Heat had to 'transfer our anger' to the court after Breonna Taylor ruling in Louisville.
Matt Hancock refuses to rule out stopping students returning home, to limit spread of coronavirus.
The creator of the patchwork elephant and Mr Benn has won the BookTrust lifetime achievement award. He reflects on his career and explains why his best ideas come to him in the bath David McKee, the... author and illustrator who celebrates difference in his stories of the beloved patchwork elephant Elmer, has been named the 2020 recipient of children's book charity BookTrust's lifetime achievement award. McKee, 85, joins a starry roster of former winners of the prize for outstanding contribution to children's literature, from Shirley Hughes and Judith Kerr to Raymond Briggs, Helen Oxenbury and John Burningham.
The presenter, 58, who announced in February he was gay after 27 years of marriage, revealed he has needed 'a lot of help' in recent times.
With renewed calls for racial justice in America come fresh demands to take down Confederate monuments, rid sports teams of Native American mascots, and rebrand products that use racist caricatures.... But some say the focus on imagery distracts from the fight for systemic change. This CBSN Originals documentary explores the impact of dismantling these symbols of the past - and the push for a more equitable future.
Boots, LloydsPharmacy and Well Pharmacy report unprecedented take-up and many chemists run out of stock Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Pharmacies across England are... struggling to keep up with the demand for the flu vaccine, pausing online bookings and limiting it to those most in need. The country's three largest pharmacy chains - Boots, LloydsPharmacy and Well Pharmacy - have all reported unprecedented demand after a government vaccination campaign to reduce the pressure on the NHS during a second wave of Covid-19.
As many as 150 people lost their lives at the hands of police officers in 2018 and 2019 in Gauteng, the Protea magistrate's court heard on Wednesday.
The US admitted a historic low number of refugees in FY20 despite historic need.
Over-by-over report from the action at Lord's Essex edge day one despite Byrom's defiance for Somerset And you can email Tanya, tweet @tjaldred or post BTL 11.48am BST 61st over: Somerset 187-5 (Byrom... 78, C Overton 26) Essex leak a third boundary in a row as Beard over pitches and Overton casually shoves him to square leg! Next ball he survives an lbw shout that looked close enough to plague the umpire's dreams. I've now got to get from Euston to Lord's so bear with us.... 11.42am BST 60th over: Somerset 178-5 (Byrom 77, C Overton 18) That's enough of that Craig! Westley turns to Harmer and gives Porter a deserved rest. But, whadda you know, Byrom makes whoopee, thrashing his fifth and sixth balls to the boundary.
Sir Harold Evans, whose commitment to investigative reporting while editor of the Sunday Times helped shape British journalism during the second half of the 20th century, has died at the age of 92.... Under Evans' leadership between 1967 and 1981, the newspaper gained a reputation for its crusading journalism on behalf of the victims of the thalidomide scandal and for exposing Kim Philby as a Soviet spy
A white bull terrier from Abu Dhabi ripped up a cushion, leaving stuffing all over the sofa. A video captures the moment she is caught red-handed by her owner, wagging her tail optimistically.
Medical schemes are starting to announce their contribution increases for next year - with the first three large open medical schemes announcing average increases of 3.9%; 4.6% and 5.9%. Meanwhile,... the Council for Medical Schemes (CMS) has issued a circular encouraging schemes to keep their contribution increases flat or in line with inflation.
American democracy has been defined by the peaceful transfer of power. Donald Trump seems to have other ideas.
An unlicensed caregiver from Craigslist has been arrested after stealing thousands of dollars over a four-year period of an elderly and incapacitated 89-year-old man.
Canada has had more than 147,700 total cases of COVID-19, with more than 10,700 cases still active.
Under a third of tests done in community testing centres in England are processed within 24 hours.
The dangerous cliff crack opened up on Sunday evening at Seaford Head. The coastguard issued a safety warning and urged walkers to stay away from the edge
Experts disagree on whether it's a problem that children aren't part of COVID-19 vaccine trials. In any case, they will have to wait to be vaccinated.
The criminals, who struck the Buckinghamshire film studios on Sunday night, are understood to have hammered down the walls of the sets where props and backdrops are kept.
Leanne Carroll, a former army reservist took her own life after she suffered severe bouts of insomnia when she called off her wedding. She was found dead at her home in Middleton by her family.
Carrie Symonds is enjoying a holiday in the exclusive Italian resort of Lake Como with her baby Wilfred and three female friends, MailOnline can reveal.
In a warning to other parents shared on social media, the sister said one of the gang 'tried to rip' the one-year-old from the pram before they fled the scene at the TK Maxx in Crewe, Cheshire.
The extraordinary footballing story of Liam Ryan has added another remarkable chapter with the West Coast star tonight selected in the All-Australian team.
Sotheby's says estimate for 550-year-old painting is largest it has ever set for an old master A Sandro Botticelli portrait of a wealthy and handsome young man, described as one of the greatest... Renaissance paintings remaining in private hands, is to appear at auction with an estimate of more than $80m (£63m). Sotheby's said it was the largest estimate for an old master painting it had ever set, a reflection of its importance and rarity.
Top energy body says it will be 'virtually impossible' to meet carbon reduction targets without boost in carbon storage.
Your health and how it affects your ability to work may feel like something personal, but if you have been off work with a disability, making your own decisions about when to return could have severe... financial implications. A Sowetan reader who worked for a steel manufacturer was injured at work last year and spent more than a year recovering from a pelvic fracture at home.
'Uncomfortable' Prince Harry, 36, seemed 'regretful' and 'tense' when he spoke about the US election with Meghan Markle, 39, body language expert Judi James told FEMAIL.
A heartwarming video captured by Lea Hendy, 27, from New York, shows the inseparable friendship between her two-year-old golden retriever Samson and six-month-old, Scottish fold cat Cleo.
The prosecutor said that Simon 'Scorpion' Ndyalvane had three previous convictions and couldn't be trusted on bail as he had claimed to have only one conviction.
Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize has heeded President Cyril Ramaphosa's call to join in the Jerusalema dance challenge on Heritage Day.
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In a University of Leeds study participants watched videos of Western Australia's quokkas - known as the 'happiest animal in the world' - for 30 minutes. And the results were remarkable.
Prominent democracy activist slams his brief arrest as a 'notorious abuse' of the criminal justice system.
It's all too easy to stay at your desk. But stepping away to exercise, clear out your junk drawer, watch the Sopranos - or have sex - could completely re-energise your day If you are lucky enough to... have a job, and have been working from home for the past six months, you may have forgotten that you still have a lunch break: time that belongs to you, to do with what you will. Stepping away from your desk or workspace to do something different is an important part of claiming that time. But what should you do? Here are 15 suggestions to help re-energise your days.
Our findings from satellite images reveal 380 detention camps in Xinjiang, pointing to a campaign of ethnic replacement • Nathan Ruser is a researcher at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute... Since 2017, Xinjiang in China has been reeling from a brutal crackdown outlawing both public and private displays of Uighur culture or identity, not to mention political dissent. A cornerstone of this repression, and the foundation upon which all other coercive measures are built, is an intense and unparalleled carceral regime: a network of hundreds of political indoctrination camps, detention centres and prisons. This has forced the region's inhabitants not only into obedience but also into a chilling silence. Related: China has built 380 internment camps in Xinjiang, study finds
Dean Jones has passed away, aged 59, of a heart attack.
At least 28 people were killed on Wednesday when a gas tanker exploded in the central Nigerian state of Kogi and started a blaze, a road safety agency official said.
Who might be following in the college-to-NBA footsteps of Zion Williamson and Anthony Edwards? Here's a look at this year's top incoming freshman.
In response to fiery UN speech by King Salman, Iranian officials brand Saudi Arabia as the main sponsor of 'terrorism'.
Albany Community Hospice has teamed up with a trio of talented local creators for its latest fundraiser, Authors in the Soup, on Saturday, October 3.
Jayson Tatum failed to score in the first half and the Celtics committed 19 turnovers in Game 4.
At first glance, the outlook doesn't seem too grim. While reported coronavirus cases are reaching record highs as Europe endures a "second wave," deaths are still well below their peak in April.
The company's oversight board - which can overrule Mark Zuckerberg - begins work in mid-October.
Moria refugee camp in Lesbos, Greece, was the largest in Europe, and now thousands of the world's most desperate people have even less after a fire tore through and destroyed the camp. A new immersive... display at the Imperial War Museum, London, in collaboration with CNN offers a time machine, of sorts, to the conditions that permeated Moria. CNN's Phil Black reports.
The 11ft brass statue of the fictional broadcaster was created by two super fans and exclaims "Aha!"
Three KwaZulu-Natal men have been arrested after being caught red-handed stealing Telkom copper cables valued at R100,000.
Speed could be a factor in an accident that left one dead and two seriously injured in a work zone on Highway 440 on Wednesday evening in Laval, Quebec.
Two knee recos, and now two All-Australian selections. Nic Naitanui has been named to lead the ruck division in the representative side, capping a remarkable comeback.
South Korea's government confirms the death of a civilian in North Korean waters.
Since the 1990s, house prices have risen from roughly four to eight times the average national income. Many reasons, such as a million homes lying empty and rising buy-to-let demand, are cited as... reasons for exploding property prices while some factors are missed out entirely. We explore some of those potential causes and see what the data tells us to explain why houses became so expensive
The number of people testing positive for coronavirus in England is almost three times as many as at the end of August, official data shows.
It's unclear if the shooting was linked to the protests.
For the first time in nearly 70 years, the United States will execute a man for a crime he committed as a teenager.
Researchers running Helsinki pilot scheme say dogs can identify virus in seconds Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Four Covid-19 sniffer dogs have begun work at Helsinki... airport in a state-funded pilot scheme that Finnish researchers hope will provide a cheap, fast and effective alternative method of testing people for the virus. A dog is capable of detecting the presence of the coronavirus within 10 seconds and the entire process takes less than a minute to complete, according to Anna Hielm-Björkman of the University of Helsinki, who is overseeing the trial.
Speaking in an online event for her organization When We All Vote, the former US first lady told actress Zendaya that 'voting is easy, it is something we can do'.
The cleaner only used a cotton tip and High Strength Metal Cleaning Polish to give the coin a new look.
The British government is on the verge of approving and funding the first clinical trials of COVID-19 vaccines in which healthy volunteers are deliberately infected with live coronavirus, the... Financial Times reports. Such "challenge trials" are not new -- they have been conducted since the 1790s -- but they are more dangerous than double-blind placebo studies and therefore more rare. Still, 2,000 people have signed up to participate in the proposed trials in east London, FT reports, and Britain could green-light the research as soon as next week. The volunteer subjects will be young, healthy, and deemed at low risk of being harmed by exposure to the new coronavirus. They will first be given a dose of the experimental vaccine and then later get a "challenge" dose of the coronavirus, to see...
Spoken-word poet Brandon Leake's timely, moving message of empathy connected with 'AGT' viewers, leading him to victory in Season 15.
Rebecca Broughton, 26, from Ayr, Scotland, was four months pregnant when diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer. She went through chemotherapy and surgery before birth but the cancer has spread.
"Anything that could have gone wrong has gone wrong this year, and I think we've still come out the other side feeling confident about this winter," said The Aspen Company's Caleb Sample.
Lenny Rooney, two, from Liverpool, and Willow Welbourn, almost two, from Lincoln. who both have Down's syndrome, star in Pura's eco-friendly baby wipes advert.
A 15th-century painting by early Renaissance painter Sandro Botticelli is expected to sell for over $80 million when it goes under the hammer in New York next year.
Cheap and quick COVID testing at home is still not available even though the technology exists. But home tests should be ready before the end of 2020.
The coronavirus has exposed a secret underbelly of the travel business. Many travel agencies operate Ponzi-style deposit schemes.
Clipboard in hand, Magda Morales politely approaches people waiting for the bus in downtown Tucson to ask if they've signed up to vote. The city's sweltering transit hub is decidedly less bustling... than it was pre-pandemic, but still noisy enough that she has to speak loudly through her white surgical mask. "Hi mija, are you […]
Is Barry Goldwater spinning in his grave? Is Arizona turning blue in 2020? By every polling indication, the answer is yes. The latest ream of surveys coming out of the state show President Trump... trailing Democratic nominee Joe Biden. The FiveThirtyEight polling average of Arizona has shown Biden with a lead of anywhere from 4.5 […]
The Prime Minister and his Chancellor Rishi Sunak reportedly received a briefing from the expert, and from Oxford University's Professor Carl Heneghan, who supports the new restrictions.
The federal government has still not set limits for PFAS compounds, and some allege that could be because it is a polluter of them itself This story is co-published with Consumer Reports In 2014,... residents of Horsham Township, near Philadelphia, learned that their water had been contaminated with potentially toxic chemicals linked to an array of health problems, including learning delays in children and cancer. Those residents include Frank and Lisa Penna, who allege in a lawsuit that their water was among the contaminated supplies. Known as PFAS, for per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, the chemicals in this class of approximately 5,000 substances have become notorious as much for their potential danger as for their perseverance. Because the chemical bonds that hold the compounds together...
In this smart, deeply felt drama, a British Vietnamese man returns to the old country to make sense of his family history The rains only come at the end of this film, but there is no drenching... emotional release to go with them; the weather is more complicated. Cambodian-British film-maker Hong Khaou, who directed the gentle tale of love and loss Lilting, has created a thoughtful, deeply felt movie of great sweetness, unfolding at an unhurried pace. It is about a homecoming that isn't quite a homecoming, a reckoning with something not exactly there, an attempted reconciliation with people and places that can't really be negotiated with. Related: Henry Golding: 'Moving from Malaysia to Surrey was a slap in the face'
With its drunken feuds and messy dramas, the superyacht reality show proved a surprise lockdown hit. Its stars explain what it has meant to them - and why the maritime industry love to hate it In the... summer of 2011, eight tanned and smiling twentysomething cast members boarded the superyacht Honor for a six-week charter around the Caribbean. Accompanied by Captain Lee Rosbach and a camera crew, the cast welcomed uber-rich guests for day trips around the scenic islands, while rushing to cater to the guests' every whim, forging on-board romances and descending into drunken feuds. The results were aired in July 2013, on US network Bravo, as the reality series Below Deck. Seven years and seven seasons later - plus two spinoffs - the series has reached British shores, where it has proved a hit...
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT Cherrise Massay, 23, who lives in Salford, Manchester, her nipple fell off after having surgery in Turkey.
Three months after the 2016 election, in which Facebook facilitated the spread of fake news stories and disinformation from Russia, the company announced a pivot. Under pressure, Facebook laid out... plans to "build a safe community that prevents harm" and "helps during crises," with "common understanding" and increased civic engagement. The company said the path to […]
SA's Kangaroo Island has taken a further step towards recovering from the deadly summer bushfires with an historic lighthouse reopening to visitors.
This post was originally published as part of "The Trump Files"--a collection of telling episodes, strange but true stories, and curious scenes from the life of our current president--on July 1, 2016.... There was once a time when Donald Trump wanted presidential candidates to be nice to one another. “The Republican candidates are getting very, […]
Rising Star winner Caleb Serong has credited doing a second pre-season during the coronavirus shutdown and losing 5kg for his brilliant debut season in the AFL.
Early voting starts Thursday as some polling places open and mail-in ballots are sent to some of the more than 1.7 million applicants in Illinois. Here's everything you need to know.
Parent rallies across the suburbs are calling for kids to get back in the classroom and into athletics.
"Boston needs leadership that not only understands, but has lived the systemic inequities facing our residents every day."
President Trump's campaign is reportedly in discussion with state and national Republicans to "bypass election results and appoint loyal electors in battleground states where Republicans hold the... legislative majority." At least that's the report from a terrifying article written by Barton Gellman in The Atlantic. While this scenario is somewhat far-fetched, we should be clear that what Gellman describes here is tantamount to a coup, a complete break with the constitutional order that would unquestionably precipitate large-scale unrest and potentially the crackup of the United States. Could it actually happen? Trump has been clumsily telegraphing this plot for months -- not generally the smartest way to overthrow a government, which is best done in secret. It would unfold like this: The...
This year's prizes in the fields of medicine, physics, chemistry, literature, peace and economics will be announced during the week of 5 October.
Hundreds of British athletes and Para-athletes ask Prime Minister Boris Johnson to prioritise the environment in the wake of coronavirus.
MPs must vote on extending emergency powers put in place to allow ministers to take action to shut down parts or all of England, amid concerns about the scale and scope of new rules.
Contract-tracing app for England and Wales for Android and iPhone is now available, here's how to get it Now that the UK government has released the NHS's Covid-19 contact-tracing app for England and... Wales, here's what you need and how to download it. To use the new NHS Covid-19 app you need an Apple iPhone 6S or newer, or an Android phone running Android 6.0 Marshmallow or newer with Google Play.
New general secretary Paul Fleming says that amid this summer's Black Lives Matter protests, the union received spike in reported cases of racist behaviour Equity, the UK trade union for creative... practitioners, has seen a massive upsurge in cases of racism reported across the stage and screen industries. Paul Fleming, the union's incoming general secretary, said the complaints raised by members include "dignity issues" and racist language used in dressing rooms and auditions. The union, which comprises 48,000 performers and creative professionals, saw a sudden rise of cases in the aftermath of the Black Lives Matter protests this summer. "The upsurge was enormous. In a period of time [during the lockdown] when nothing was happening, we were receiving dozens of complaints from groups and...
Germany is today a first-rank power: rich, strong, and efficiently governed. But just over 200 years ago, most of its current territory was a shambolic mess -- part of the Holy Roman Empire, which... even at the time was recognized as an anachronistic political fossil. More than a thousand years old at that point, the empire was a patchwork of hundreds of different duchies, electorates, principalities, kingdoms, church lands, and so forth, some of them just a few dozen acres (Liechtenstein is one of these relics which still survives), with an exceptionally complicated and illogical tangle of legal institutions overlaying them all. Surpassed by history, the confederation was ripe for the picking by an opportunistic tyrant. The United States today bears an uncomfortable similarity to that...
For now, countries are betting they can suppress hospital admissions and deaths without imposing more lockdowns, even as case numbers approach peak levels from last spring.
IFRC says vast majority of people hit by 'double jeopardy' of COVID-19 and climate disasters were in the Asia Pacific.
No police officer will have to answer for Breonna Taylor's death. This never gets easier.
The 54-year-old construction worker ate a bag-and-a-half of black liquorice every day, doctors say.
Great Southern TAFE enrolments have jumped by 70 per cent in half-price priority courses since this time last year, with some students using COVID-19 as a catalyst for a career change.
Outrage and heartbreak boiled over into protests in many cities across the US after the Kentucky attorney general announced that none of the three officers involved in Breonna Taylor's death would be... charged with her killing. Her cousin spoke to CNN affiliate WXMI.
Chen Qiushi who reported on Chinese response to virus believed to be in detention Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage A Chinese citizen journalist who disappeared in February... while reporting on China's early response to the coronavirus in Wuhan has been found, a friend has reported, revealing the young man had been detained by Chinese authorities. Chen Qiushi, a former lawyer turned citizen journalist, had been reporting from the streets and hospitals of Wuhan since 23 January and his disappearance prompted accusations the Chinese government was rounding up journalists and whistleblowers. Chinese authorities gave no details of his whereabouts or condition, but his mother said shortly after he disappeared that he'd been forcibly quarantined.
Israel's government has voted to tighten a week-old national lockdown as figures reveal the extraordinary extent of the country's coronavirus challenge.
The KHive aims to amplify and support the Democratic vice presidential nominee, but some of its members have crossed the line from ardent fandom to overt harassment.
From declaring global warming will magically reverse itself to tapping two climate change contrarians for top scientific posts, Trump remains an ostrich.
President Trump is expected to announce his pick to fill the Supreme Court seat vacated by the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg by this weekend, and he is expected to choose Indiana jurist Amy Coney Barrett.... Initial scrutiny has focused, as it did the last time her name was raised as a SCOTUS possibility, on Barrett's faith. She's Catholic, but she's also charismatic, reportedly a member of an intentional community group called People of Praise. And that, I suspect, is where Democrats may get themselves in trouble -- not with their takes on Barrett's Catholicism, which is where the debate over allegations of anti-religious bias among Democrats is now happening, mostly linked to widely rebuked 2017 comments to Barrett from Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) and/or pundit Hugh Hewitt's Wednesday claim...
This claim comes after one of Zandile Gumede's co-accused - the city's deputy head of supply chain management, Sandile Ngcobo - was brought back to work and assigned to a new department this week.
In Britain, he helped redefine high-quality newspapers and challenged legal restrictions on the press. In America, he brought new scope and glitz to book publishing as the head of Random House.
Footage taken on a London Overground train shows British Transport Police arguing with a young man who was repeatedly asked to where a face mask.
A consumer who entered into debt counselling via WhatsApp has been released from the process after her debt counsellor admitted to a number of serious misdeeds, including not explaining to her the... consequences of going into debt counselling and allowing people who aren't registered debt counsellors to perform these services.
Luke Ryan and Brad Sheppard have been rewarded for their outstanding seasons by being named in the All-Australian team for the first time tonight.
Researchers hope to begin world's first human challenge trials at east London quarantine facility in January Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Healthy volunteers in the UK... could soon be deliberately infected with coronavirus in the world's first human challenge trial to find out which Covid vaccines work. Government-funded studies, which it is believed will be announced next week, could begin in January in London, the Financial Times has reported. Volunteers exposed to Covid-19 would be closely monitored in strict quarantine for as long as a month.
In January, volunteers will be deliberately infected with coronavirus to test effectiveness of vaccine candidates.
Steven Clark, whose parents have been arrested, was last seen going into public toilets in Saltburn at 3pm on December 28, 1992, but new witness saw him in Marske that afternoon.
President Alexander Lukashenko is not the legitimate president of Belarus, the European Union said on Thursday, saying his abrupt swearing-in on Wednesday went directly against the will of the people.
Crowds of passengers boarded public transport to get back to desks for the second consecutive morning since the Prime Minister's national address on Tuesday night.
Chelsea sign goalkeeper Edouard Mendy from Rennes on a five-year deal.
After chasing down and capturing a suspect allegedly responsible for derailing a subway train, one man gets a year of free rides, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority said Wednesday.
Nearly 500 retired generals, admirals and senior civilian national security officials endorse Joe Biden and blast President Donald Trump.
Swiss authorities have ordered 2,500 students at an elite university to quarantine after off-campus parties led to "significant outbreaks"of COVID-19.
Meghan Markle, 39, opted for a £570 caramel Victoria Beckham blouse during her appearance on America's Got Talent. It comes hours after she donned brown silk version during Times 100 video.
Crockham House, in Kent, was built in the 15th century and boasts seven bedrooms, five bathrooms, two kitchens and sitting rooms, a drawing room and a studio. It is now for sale for £3.5 million.
Exclusive: Royal College of GPs warn staff absences could scupper flu vaccination drive Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Thousands of GPs and nurses are being forced to... stay off work as they cannot get tested for Covid-19, England's test-and-trace tsar has been warned. The Royal College of GPs has written to Dido Harding, head of the government's £10bn test-and-trace programme, warning that staff absences could hit the flu vaccination drive that ministers say is vital to stop the NHS becoming overwhelmed this winter.
Are your lifestyle and family needs far too demanding to consider long-term financial planning? So many people hold doubts about the future, which makes focusing on short-term financial needs more... doable. But long-term financial planning is the foundation of a healthy financial life for all of us.
Judges sitting at the Paris Appeal Court on Thursday rejected every single one of the former President's, 65, arguments against trial.
More than two weeks after heavy rains hit Senegal, thigh-high stagnant water still fills streets in Dakar's suburbs.
President Trump said the White House "may or may not" approve new F.D.A. guidelines that would toughen the process for approving a coronavirus vaccine.
Sir Harold Evans, the legendary British-American newspaper editor and publisher, has died at the age of 92, his employer Reuters confirmed Thursday.
Wong released on bail after arrest over 2019 protest and for allegedly violating mask law Hong Kong authorities have arrested Joshua Wong over a 2019 protest and for allegedly violating an anti-mask... law which courts have since found partially unconstitutional, according to the activist's social media accounts. The veteran activist Koo Sze-yiu was also arrested, pro-democracy figures told the Guardian.
Government's furlough protection scheme may be extended, but only to the worst-hit sectors of the British economy.
After a long battle to rezone the business hub in Brooklyn, developers abandoned the plan, eliminating a possible 20,000 new jobs.
Exclusive: African state says it has agreements with oil companies in Lake Chad area Chad has asked to suspend an application for world heritage site status for Lake Chad to explore oil and mining... opportunities in the region, it can be revealed. In a letter leaked to the Guardian, Chad's tourism and culture minister wrote to Unesco, the body which awards the world heritage designation, asking to "postpone the process of registering Lake Chad on the world heritage list".
After months of following directives issued by Boris and his band of doom-mongering boffins, Britain has ended up with the worst death rates in Europe, writes JANET STREET-PORTER.
We would like to hear from those who have given birth during coronavirus lockdown and their experiences Having a baby can be a stressful situation even without complications, however new parents have... had to face unexpected worries whilst giving birth during lockdown. We would like to hear your experiences, especially if you have had postnatal depression.
Charl Kinnear, a top detective in the Western Cape, was gunned down outside his home in Bishop Lavis last week Friday.
Some viewers of Britain's Got Talent were unhappy with the judge's reference to Black Lives Matter.
New regulations aim to protect workers and cut red tape, but labour groups say many in the informal sector lose out.
The footage recorded the renewed unrest in Minsk after President Alexander Lukashenko was sworn in for a sixth consecutive term in an unannounced inauguration despite allegations of vote rigging.
Human Rights Watch says police engaged in 'abusive practices' during pandemic that raise human rights concerns.
Paid workers were tasked with cleaning the rubber contraceptives before reshaping them with wooden dildos. The operation was being run from a warehouse in the province of Binh Duong.
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As a young boy, Matthias Dandois dreamed of becoming a professional soccer player.
The Nintendo Switch has been popular ever since Americans went on quarantine due to the pandemic. Months in, is it still difficult to buy?
New report by rights watchdog details horrors endured by detained refugees and migrants in the North African country.
Kaizer Maxatshwa was among officials who implemented a controversial R1 billion housing advance payment scheme and was subsequently subjected to a disciplinary process.
The pandemic has narrowed a longstanding divide between most Republicans and Democrats on a wide range of economic proposals ahead of the election.
Doctors restarted the trials in the UK on Saturday, September 12, five days after a side effect was investigated. But regulators in the US have not followed almost two weeks later.
It failed to coax cultural assimilation with economic incentives. Now it's going for coerced labor and micromanaging people's very lifestyles.
Six months into the pandemic, inventory is up in Manhattan while buyers are heading to Brooklyn for more space and lower prices.
BosTen is your weekly guide to events and cool happenings in and around Boston.
Democrats can join with conservative colleagues who embrace term limits and ensure that an elderly bench doesn't determine our country's direction.
A virtual tour looks at the legal battles and innovations behind 42nd Street. Our critic chats with the Harvard professor Jerold S. Kayden.
Close races in Georgia, Iowa and Texas show President Trump's vulnerability and suggest that Joseph Biden has assembled a formidable coalition, according to a New York Times/Siena College poll.
John Durham's team has sought information about the F.B.I.'s handling of the Clinton Foundation investigation, raising questions about the scope of the prosecutor's review.
A wide gulf remains between the public perception of police violence and how it is treated in court.
Coming before the election, the move would give President Trump another chance to broker diplomacy on Israel's behalf. But it could be at the cost of compensation for terrorism victims.
Amazingly, the school did something to fix it.
In pandemic's grip, concerns about food insecurity are compounded for older Americans.
Twenty months into his term, California's governor faces a pandemic and an environmental crisis. He speaks to Kara Swisher about his plan to save the "state of resistance."
An Australian man was found guilty on Thursday of killing two women in Perth in the mid-1990s.
The actor is back from lockdown with two new dramas. She talks about her 40-year career, Boris Johnson and the joy of miaowing at John Cleese, while James Corden, Julia Davis and Mike Leigh pay... tribute It took less than a week of lockdown for Alison Steadman to start making puppets. Supplies weren't a problem; this is a woman so anti-waste she thinks supermarkets should charge a fiver for plastic bags and donates her old hair to the birds. "It's very good for nests; it's soft and it complements the grass and sticks." So, come late March, she decided to knock together a Mr Punch to entertain her grandson on FaceTime. "I'd got all the stuff: toilet roll holder, newspaper, flour, plasticine, Christmas decorations, an old cushion.
This week's highlights also include interloping cows, heartening sportsmanship and a 159ft putt from Michael Phelps 1) Aylesbury United's Ollie Hogg re-popularised an old classic on Monday night: the... skied penalty. Here, see for yourself. It's a beauty, clearing the stand behind the goal and sailing off into the night. Keisuke Honda did much the same in an Asian Cup game against UAE in 2015, only he didn't have the excuse of a dodgy pitch to fall back on. The usually ice-cool Eden Hazard has sent a penalty into orbit before, too. So has Sergio Ramos. What? No sympathy? And who could forget David Beckham's glorious shank at Euro 2004? "He's skied it, and Turkey have got a lot to say about it." At least his wasn't in a World Cup final. Jonathan Soriano's calamitous thump and miss for...
A groundswell of support has arisen around the case of a man who is facing deportation, despite working in several Montreal nursing homes during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said he wants to break through a diplomatic standoff with South Korea to encourage cooperation on the coronavirus pandemic and the security alliance with the... U.S.
Seven months since the Philippines enacted its first lockdown, Jolog's Barbershop exemplifies the toll the coronavirus has exacted on the country in lost lives, income and sense of community.
Carole Baskin - from Netflix docuseries Tiger King - has been sued for defamation by a former assistant.
A South Korean government official who may have tried to defect to North Korea was shot to death and then set on fire by Navy sailors from the communist country, a report said Thursday.
Opposition parties unite to launch new anti-government movement, but analysts are sceptical it can unseat PM Khan.
Meghan Markle, 39, offered royal fans an intimate glimpse into the plush lounge in the $14 million California mansion she shares with Prince Harry, 35, and Archie, one, during appearance today.
Zhong Shanshan's net worth reached $58.7bn thanks to his water and vaccine firms.
A South Korean government official was shot and killed by troops in North Korea who set his body on fire over fears he might be carrying coronavirus, officials in Seoul have claimed.
Graeme Walker tells of how animals rammed his yacht off the west coast of Spain A little after dawn on Tuesday morning, Graeme Walker felt a shudder move through his 15-metre (48ft) yacht as it passed... off Cape Finisterre. Then the wheel locked. His first thought was that something had gone wrong with the autohelm. But when the wheel started shifting hard to left and right, the retired chief financial officer remembered an article he'd read recently and quickly realised his boat, the Promise 3, was not to blame.
"A chicken in every pot and a vaccine by Election Day!" That's how Politico paraphrases President Trump's election pitch, plus a chicken. Trump keeps promising a pre-election COVID-19 vaccine, "even... though his own top health officials, including the former drug company executive leading his Operation Warp Speed vaccine initiative, have said again and again they are highly dubious of his rosy timeline," Politico notes. The public has noticed, and their faith in the safety of a vaccine has dropped accordingly. The top vaccine developers have responded the apparent politicization of the COVID-19 inoculation by releasing their typically private blueprints to their vaccine safety and approval process, and the Food and Drug Administration is reportedly preparing to issue stricter guidelines for...
A crew of around 60 conservationists and expert volunteers have spent days wading in the chilly waters of Macquarie Harbour, surrounded by the anguishing cries of dying whales.
Former Prime Minister David Cameron, 53, has submitted plans to West Oxfordshire District Council for the outdoor pool, but flood officials need more information before approving them.
As Trump stokes misinformation and armed supporters take to the streets, observers warn of vigilante violence In late November 2000, hundreds of mostly middle-aged male protesters, dressed in... off-the-peg suits and cautious ties, descended on the Miami-Dade polling headquarters in Florida. Shouting, jostling, and punching, they demanded that a recount of ballots for the presidential election be stopped. The protesters, many of whom were paid Republican operatives, succeeded. A recount of ballots in Florida was abandoned. What became known as the Brooks Brothers riot went down in infamy, and George W Bush became president after a supreme court decision.
In an address to the nation, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the second wave of coronavirus has arrived in most of the country and vowed to get it under control. CNN's Paula Newton... reports.
Chancellor announcing plans to support jobs and businesses when furlough scheme runs out Global coronavirus live: latest updates 9.44am BST According to a report in the i, government scientists think... students might have to stay at university at Christmas, instead of going home, to reduce the risk of their spreading coronavirus to their relatives and local communities. Asked if this would happen, Matt Hancock, the health secretary for England, told the Today programme this morning that he was not ruling it out. He said: I don't want to have a situation like that, and I very much hope we can avoid it. I've learned not to rule things out. And one of the challenges we have is making sure that people are as safe as possible and that includes not spreading between the generations, but ... this...
Police call off the search for Tony Higgins in waters south of Adelaide after earlier finding the missing sailor's wallet washed up near the Murray Mouth.
Christian Brueckner, 43, had challenged the arrest warrant issued over a 2005 rape charge. But the European Court of Justice earlier today found the subsequent conviction was justified.
Wounded champions will look to defy odds again at Racing 92 and are a team at its most dangerous when backed into a corner A dejected Leinster supporter was to the point a few hours after his side's... Champions Cup quarter-final defeat to the holders. "I don't like Saracens, the way they play or the manner in which they conduct themselves," he said. "But hats off to them: much as I do not like to admit it, that was one of the best performances I have ever seen in any sport." Saracens may have won the Champions Cup in three of the last four seasons, beating Saturday's semi-final opponents Racing 92 in Lyon four years ago to take home the trophy for the first time, but they were rank outsiders in Dublin having seen 10 players either leave or go out on loan during lockdown and lost Owen Farrell...
Meghan Markle urged Americans to vote saying: "Every four years, we're told, 'This is the most important election of our lifetime.' But this one is."
Donald Trump had previously commented on Harry and Meghan's departure as senior members of the British royal family.
Donald Trump to pay respects to Ruth Bader Ginsburg as he gears up for a bruising battle to confirm the liberal justice's successor.
Two Filipino crew members on a cargo ship berthed off the Port Hedland coast have tested positive to coronavirus.
Thanks to a robust poll-worker recruitment push, several key cities have more poll workers than they need for Nov. 3. But the work isn't over.
Under fire from passengers for being lax about passengers not conforming to mask wearing regulations on board their flights, Flysafair this week imposed a new zero tolerance policy.
Officials in South Korea say the man, a government official who disappeared off a patrol boat, may have been trying to defect.
The 33-year-old was savaged by the crocodile while swimming off Anchor Bay at Lizard Island off the Great Barrier Reef at about 4pm on Wednesday.
A day after putting four-time club leading goalkicker Ben Brown on the AFL trade table, North Melbourne are open to offloading their most experienced midfielder.
The House Intelligence Committee chair warns Trump loyalists they will "share the responsibility" for what's to come.
Thousands of British businesses which rely on transporting and selling imported goods face a potential crisis as Britain's busiest freight port buckles under the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Rosemary Vincent bought Snagbrook Farm for £325,000 from retired farmer Dudley Wright in 2018. Her husband Henry sold the property in Hollingbourne, Kent, at auction for £1.5m .
In an era where polarised views can trump news, the legendary editor's death is a reminder that facts and evidence matter• Alan Rusbridger is a former editor of the Guardian He could do it all.... Write like a dream; design with impact; edit with flair; dash off the perfect headline; crop a picture; see off a writ. There was no one who knew more about the craft of journalism, nor anyone to match his passion for communicating that craft - documented in numerous textbooks that were, in turn, studied by generations of would-be journalists. Related: Sir Harold Evans, trail-blazing newspaper editor, dies aged 92
TV viewers tuning in to Thursday's UEFA Super Cup can be excused for thinking they've stumbled across highlights of a months-old fixture, so accustomed have they become to seeing sparse -- or no --... crowds in attendance.
Experts have warned the UK will face 'hefty tax rises' by the middle of the decade to pay for the coronavirus crisis as Rishi Sunak today unveils Winter Economy Plan.
West Coast fans should breath a collective sigh of relief tonight when Brad Sheppard finally dons an All-Australian jacket for the very first time, but 2020 was by no means his best year.
China said it was winding down its "re-education" camps for Uighurs and other minorities, but researchers found evidence that incarceration is on the rise.
South African music track and dance steps created in Angola have caught the imagination of politicians, priests and millions more A song from South Africa that has gone around the world and been... endorsed by presidents and priests has become the sound of the pandemic for millions across southern Africa. Last week the Jerusalema dance challenge was endorsed by President Cyril Ramaphosa ahead of the country's plan to open up to tourism on 1 October.
The developers of the space-themed mystery game now say they want to focus on making the original better.
Deep Yellow is reaping the benefits of its evolving uranium development program in Namibia, with infill drilling yielding a continuing stream of solid intercepts including the highest ever recorded... assay from Tumas 3, which tipped the scales at a screaming 5,820 eppm uranium oxide.
Louisville reels from Breonna Taylor decision, an asteroid zips by Earth and more things to start your Thursday morning.
A recent donation from a local company will help volunteers at the Bunbury Volunteer Fire and Rescue Service get out to jobs more efficiently.
Canberra bikie Peter Zdravkovic avoids jail time for possessing illegal weapons he used in a firefight at his home in 2018.
Demonstrators pour onto the streets of several cities across US, chanting "Say her name" and "No justice, no peace".
Tyson Fury led the march through his home town of Morecambe on Wednesday evening. A group followed him to various pubs in the Lancashire town, chanting 'TLM'.
Surfing prodigy, Nate Clark, 4, from Devon, lives just 10 mins from the beach and has honed his skills over lockdown. Amazing footage shows him standing up on the surfboard.
Those living in the Perth foothills and Darling Scarp region have been told to brace for damaging winds, which are set to roll through this evening and into the morning.
Dutch defender, brought to London for a fashion show, gave up the catwalk for football and now faces Liverpool in the Carabao Cup Not so long ago Lewis Montsma was juggling turning out for Dordrecht... in the Dutch second division with a burgeoning career on the catwalk but when Lincoln welcome Liverpool in the Carabao Cup third round on Thursday, it will be more Alexander-Arnold than Alexander McQueen. It is two years since the defender travelled to London for a Burberry fashion show surrounded by some of the industry's famous names, including Kendall Jenner and Irina Shayk. "I was quite nervous but I enjoyed it," he says. "The next morning I flew to Holland really early to get back to training on time, around 10am." Montsma showcased last year's spring/summer collection, wearing sunglasses...
Images showed more than 20 of the crabs, also known as coconut crabs, eagerly awaiting a chance to snack on a piece of food that may drop to the ground on Christmas Island.
Racing New South Wales boss Peter V'landys tells a Sydney court a 7.30 program he is suing the ABC over did a "good" thing by exposing the slaughter of retired racehorses.
Nyabing bred Poll Merino rams were in demand at the Hobley family's annual Wiringa Park sale as prices reached $7500 on September 17.
The latest in our series of writers unearthing hidden gems is a recommendation for an eye-opening documentary about an often unsung entertainment industry titan The first time I saw The Black... Godfather, the 2019 Netflix documentary on black entertainment giant Clarence Avant (and not the 1974 Blaxploitation movie of the same name), I found myself tearing up during most of it. I didn't know if it was tears of joy, because I was enjoying the whole thing, or tears of anger, because I had never heard Avant's whole story until now. Related: My streaming gem: why you should watch Cam
Six social media influencers in their early 20s, who have dubbed themselves 'The Wave House', have moved into a £5million mansion in the British countryside where they make TikTok videos.
Hotels.com had assured me all was well but I arrived to find steel shutters over the doors In February, I used Hotels.com to book a room for two nights at the Hotel Cambrai in Paris. I was required to... pay the €180 cost up front and there was no refund if I cancelled. Shortly before my trip in August, I received emails from Hotels.com assuring me all was well and telling me to prepare for my trip. I arrived to find the hotel locked and steel shutters over the doors. On calling the number provided, all I got was a recorded message. I returned two hours later and found the steel shutters partially raised. Inside, reception was bare and a man told me the hotel had closed down five months previously. I showed him my booking and he physically pushed me out of the door, telling me there had...
Lulu Wilson is nicely deadpan as a 13-year-old who gets really mean after four white supremacists turn up at her house If Wes Anderson ever decided to make a violent home-invasion thriller, you could... imagine him writing a character like the teenage hero of this nasty, occasionally effective, movie jointly directed by Jonathan Milott and Cary Murnion. Becky is a stroppy 13-year-old with blue-streaked hair and quirky-cool thrift-store clothes whose instinct, when faced with the choice of flight or flight, is to fight like Nicolas Cage on high-grade amphetamines. Up to a point she's an interesting character, but her crazed badassery is laughably over the top, even for the genre.
What's the secret behind raising seven classical music prodigies? A mother's account Families in Britain comprise on average two children and no prodigies; few, if any, bear resemblance to the... Kanneh-Masons. This exceptional household includes seven children, all of whom are prodigiously gifted in classical music, and whose virtuosity was on display last year in a recital of Monti's Czárdás at the Royal Variety Performance. How their parents, Kadiatu and Stuart, raised such an awe-inspiring team of musicians is explored by Kadiatu in House of Music, a memoir that both candidly portrays and fiercely protects her brood. The expense - financial and emotional - of realising each child's dream of musicianship has been considerable. The fortitude and determination of the parents leap from...
The Conservatives have form when it comes to jettisoning failing leaders. Ideology is the issue, not who's in No 10 Boris Johnson was crowned Conservative leader by MPs who knew he was lazy,... unprincipled, and incompetent, a charlatan driven by one cause: himself. But there was a greater consideration than his suitability for high office, and that was his effectiveness as an antidote to the twin menaces of Faragism and Corbynism. If they did not recoup their electoral losses to the Brexit party, and disillusioned remainers flocked back to the Labour fold, Toryism faced an existential crisis that might parachute Jeremy Corbyn into No 10. Johnson was the panic button, to be pressed only in the direst of political emergencies. Uniquely, of any viable Tory candidate, Johnson met the challenge...
What could we have done, practically, to have controlled COVID-19 better in the UK - if we had no restraints?
Comments by US Federal Reserve officials suggest recovery from pandemic-led economic shock is proving to be weak.
We'd like to hear from people employed in pubs, bars and restaurants in England, Scotland and Wales about how you feel new restrictions may impact your work Pubs, bars and restaurants in England and... Wales will have to shut by 10pm from Thursday under new restrictions to halt a rise in coronavirus cases. Scotland will introduce the 10pm curfew on Friday. Other measures to be introduced include table service only offered in pubs and the 'rule of six' and social distancing must be enforced.
The school year is underway across most of the U.S. Here's how some have set up their homes to accommodate remote learning and work.
Virtual learning facilitator is a full-time job these days for Alicia Burgstahler.
Police are investigating an alleged incident in the Pilbara town of Whim Creek this morning where a man was seen wielding what turned out to be a toy gun.
Narrogin Hawks were unable to walk away with any premierships after losing their respective C and D-grade grand finals at Pingelly on Sunday in the Upper Great Southern Football League.
The man who allegedly "pinged" Anti-Gang Unit section commander Lt Col Charl Kinnear's phone more than 2,000 times was picked up by a team of crack detectives in Johannesburg earlier this week.
A group of women is gathering in Roodepoort to take a stand against gender-based violence.
Ed Bettinelli has been living a charmed life.
Almost 90 of the 470 long-finned pilot whales beached near Tasmania have been rescued.
Outrage and heartbreak boiled over into protests in many cities across the US on Wednesday after news broke that none of the three officers involved in Breonna Taylor's death were charged with her... killing.
Riffs are the 2020 Upper Great Southern Hockey Association men's A-grade premiers after they defeated All Blacks at Narrogin Hockey Turf on Saturday
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has revealed a successor to the furlough scheme as he bids to avert a winter jobs crisis following tougher restrictions to combat coronavirus.
EXCLUSIVE: Amy Bonner, from London, was told by doctors that she could have slipped into a coma and died within weeks if she hadn't been diagnosed with a brain tumour when she was.
The University of Stellenbosch Business School has been selected from a competitive round of applications received from around the globe, to host the Gender, Work and Organization Conference in 2023.
Joe Biden released a statement questioning whether justice 'could be equally applied in America' after a grand jury declined to indict three officers involved in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor.
An Ongerup-bred Poll Merino ram found competitive bidding between local and Victorian interests, pushing the price to a stud record top-price of $4600.
WA Premier Mark McGowan urges Bradley Edwards to reveal anything he might know about the location of Sarah Spiers's body, after the former Telstra technician was acquitted of her murder but convicted... of two others.
A Quairading meat sheep stud that added its intended Perth Royal Show sale team to its annual on-farm ram sale last Friday, set a stud record $19,200 top-price.
The mother of two children who were killed by their father, John Edwards, carried urns containing their ashes in her handbag for months before she took her own life, an inquest hears.
Pingelly 1 claimed a third straight Narrogin and Districts A1 premiership after outlasting Williams 1 in a hotly contested grand final on Saturday afternoon
The UK briefly led the globe in government online services. How has it squandered that lead, asks a former insider No 10 adviser Dominic Cummings and his Silicon Valley ambitions for the civil service... have put digital, data and technology in the spotlight - but where does this leave the former bright light of UK tech, the Government Digital Service (GDS)? For many years, "government IT" was the punchline to a joke that wasn't funny. People trying to deal with government departments picked up the phone or sent letters rather than experience the grief of going online.
Fashion's most wholesome knit - think early Diana, The Good Life and the Osmonds - is set to become an autumn staple, with Harry Styles and Zoe Kravitz showing how it can be worn What do Tom from The... Good Life and Tyler, the Creator have in common? The answer comes in knitwear, and a design perhaps less loved than the trust