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The Logic of Pandemic Restrictions Is Falling Apart
This is why you can eat in a restaurant but can’t have Thanksgiving.
Trump’s Post-Presidential Criminal Nightmare Begins Now
Trump's presidential shield of protection expires the moment he steps down on Jan. 20. Here's what happens next.
Britain commits US$333 million to help carriers replace Huawei 5G
The Chinese telecoms firm is set to be banned from the country’s next-generation networks by 2027 due to security concerns
Obama attacks Latino Trump voters in 'dismissive' interview
Former President Barack Obama criticized for comments about Latino Evangelical Trump supporters on the radio show 'The Breakfast Club'; Raymond Arroyo weighs in on 'The Story' h...
U.K. finance minister Sunak wins praise for staying calm in a crisis
While he has been dubbed "Dishy Rishi" by tabloids and benefits from a slick social media brand, Sunak's in-tray is bursting with unprecedented challenges.
The United States Could Soon Allow Visitors from Europe, Britain and Brazil After Nine-Month Ban
The White House is poised to lift a near nine-month Coronavirus travel ban on visitors from Britain, Brazil, Ireland and 26 European countries according to several senior source...
Salesforce is in talks to buy Slack, deal could be announced next week
The acquisition would be Saleforce's largest to date if it goes through.
Britain still makes things? Who knew?
I’ve been trying to eat, wear and use goods that were produced in the UK. Marmite hits the spot, but I’m not so sure about the flat cap
How to Use the Color Wheel to Pick Your Perfect Color Palette
This simple tool can help you choose color combinations that work well together. Learn the basics of how the color wheel works to successfully apply color theory in your decorat...
Britain's borrowing hits peacetime high as Covid fuels economic plunge not seen for 300 years
The British economy is forecast to contract by 11.3% in 2020, according to the Office for Budget Responsibility.
15-Minute Bounce-Back Cardio Dance Workout
One of the best ways to raise your spirits after a challenging day is to dance. That's right — getting down can help pick you up. We created this quick, 15-minute dance workout ...
After Admitting Mistake, AstraZeneca Faces Difficult Questions About Its Vaccine
Some trial participants only got a partial dose of AstraZeneca’s vaccine. Experts said the company’s spotty disclosures have eroded confidence.
Now A Remote-Controlled Robot To Test Covid, Warn Those Without Mask
Coronavirus: Mahmoud el-Komy, who designed the robot, called Cira-03, says it can help limit exposure to infection and prevent the transmission of the virus
Meghan Markle Says She Had Miscarriage: "I Knew... I Was Losing My Second"
The wife of Prince Harry wrote about the experience in detail, saying that it took place one July morning when she was caring for Archie, the couple's son.
Synthetic identity fraud worrying U.S. regulators
Synthetic identity fraud, one of the fastest-growing financial crimes in the United States, has become an increasing concern for regulators, as banks struggle to find common way...
US Ready To Lead The World Again, Sit At The Head Of The Table: Joe Biden
Europe is smiling politely, exchanging texts such as “we set already our own table. You are welcome as a partner, not as a leader”.
This Week, The Best Dressed Stars Chose Fashion with Personality
The success or failure of any outfit comes down to whether or not it suits the wearer. Even the most beautifully made clothing won’t seem exceptional if it doesn’t align with th...
‘MaltaFiles’ firm Credence fined €261,000 over AML shortcomings
Corporate services provider Credence, which featured in an extensive European Investigation Collaborations exposé on tax avoidance in Malta, has been fined €261,000 by the Finan...
Fox News staffers thought Newsmax was a joke. But they're not laughing anymore
Fox News is taking action to stave off newfound competition from Newsmax TV.
'Tired of being sad.' The financial stress from Covid is taking an emotional toll
The holidays often make people more vulnerable to feeling depressed or anxious. But for the millions of Americans suffering from a pandemic-induced financial crisis, the risk is...
US economy grows at record 33.1%, according to second estimate
The U.S. economy grew at a record pace during the third quarter, according to a second estimate released Wednesday by the Commerce Department.
Americans should be warned of coronavirus vaccine side effects, medical experts say
Doctors recommended to federal health officials this week that those who eventually receive the long-awaited coronavirus vaccine should be wary of the side effects - such as bod...
Diego Maradona, One of Soccer’s Greatest Players, Is Dead at 60
He was ranked with Pele among the best, and his ability to surprise and startle won over fans and even critics. But his excesses and addictions darkened his legacy.
Tory minister quits in protest at foreign aid budget cut
A Foreign Office minister has resigned in protest at Rishi Sunak's plans to cut the overseas aid budget, amid a growing Tory revolt over the decision.
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