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Tucker on Fox: The system was rigged against one candidate
A system can't function if no one trusts the vote.
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They say never judge a book by its cover but they also said a picture is worth a thousand words...
English and Scottish are biggest drunks, new international ranking says
People from England and Scotland get drunk the most in the world, according to a new study.
Nearly 80% of over-80s have received first Covid jab dose
Nearly four in five of all over-80s in the UK have now received a coronavirus jab, the Health Secretary has said.
First 'sex for rent' charges following documentary investigating landlords
A landlord is the subject of the first ‘sex-for-rent’ charges in England and Wales after a documentary alleged some accommodation providers are asking for sex in return for hous...
Anger and grief as United Kingdom's COVID-19 death toll nears 100,000
As the United Kingdom’s COVID-19 death toll approaches 100,000, grief-stricken relatives of the dead expressed anger at Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s handling of the worst publ...
Fraud epidemic 'is now national security threat'
Fraud has reached epidemic levels in the UK and should be seen as a national security issue, says think tank the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI).
Federal authorities say NYT and The Guardian columnist was a secret agent for Tehran
The man charged wrote pro-Iran columns for major the New York Times, The Guardian and other major publications.
Mega-rich recoup COVID-losses in record-time yet billions will live in poverty for at least a decade | Oxfam
The 1,000 richest people on the planet recouped their COVID-19 losses within just nine months, but it could take more than a decade for the world’s poorest to recover from the e...
‘Jill’s husband’ becomes president — Congressional Hits and Misses
“Oh my gosh, it’s gonna be really cold,” said Sen. Charles E. Grassley as he arrived on the West Front of the Capitol for Joe Biden’s inauguration. But regardless of cold weathe...
Amanda Gorman | Roar | Moth GrandSLAM
If you were captivated by Amanda Gorman, the youngest Inaugural Poet in U.S. history, you're not alone. Together, we climb the hill toward a new day.
Special Address by Xi Jinping, President of the People's Republic of China | DAVOS AGENDA 2021
Special Address by President of the People's Republic of China, Xi Jinping
Google vs DuckDuckGo
Ultimate comparison between DuckDuckGo and Google is here listing all the reasons why you should switch from Google Search to DuckDuckGo.
Modern and colorful Hope Alexander interior design in Venice, CA
This lovely home belongs to Hope Alexander, Craig Jerris and their daughter Hanna. It’s located in Venice, CA and it’s a very inviting home that covers a total area of 1728 squa...
These 12 Habits are Damaging Your Hair - Hair Care Mistakes Growth Styling
Protect your mane by steering clear of these harmful hair care mistakes.
Google is shutting down Loon, balloons project to deliver internet connectivity to remote areas from the stratosphere
Begun nearly a decade ago, Loon was one of the company’s high-profile, cutting-edge efforts. But it was difficult to turn into a business.
Facebook Gives FBI Private Messages Of Users Discussing Capitol Hill Riot
DOJ files charges against alleged rioter after the FBI raided his Facebook account, including private messages and an IP address that plotted his approximate locations.
‘Health passports’ could allow vaccinated Brits back to the pub
A new ‘health passport’ that verifies people who have been vaccinated could be the key to reopening pubs.
Carer jailed after CCTV caught her abusing pensioner with dementia
Disturbing footage shows the ‘sickening’ abuse a carer inflicted on an elderly woman with dementia.
Women are finally having great sex on TV
Bodice-ripper Bridgerton is just the latest show where women call the shots between the sheets. The best TV is embracing a new pleasure principle, says Emma Firth
SNP will hold Scottish independence vote if it wins in May
First minister says she will hold advisory referendum, whether Westminster consents or not
Robert Rowland: Former Brexit MEP dies in Bahamas diving accident
A former Brexit Party MEP has died in a diving accident near his home in the Bahamas.
UK firms told 'set up in EU to avoid trade disruption'
UK firms that export to the EU say they are being encouraged by the government to set up subsidiaries in the bloc to avoid disruption under new trade rules.
UK government ‘quietly’ extends local authorities’ lockdown powers in England until July 17
The British government has extended the lockdown powers of local officials in England until mid-July, the Telegraph has reported. A Tory MP told the paper the change was “little...
Germany Is Europe's First Nation To Buy Covid Meds Used To Treat Trump
"The government has bought 200,000 doses for 400 million euros ($486 million)," Spahn told the Bild am Sonntag newspaper, working out at 2,000 euros per dose.
Britain Still A Long Way From Easing Virus Lockdown, Says Minister
"There is early evidence that the lockdown is starting to bring cases down. But we're a long, long, long way from that from being low enough because the case rate was incredibly...
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