The list of Week 13 college football games to be postponed or canceled due to COVID-19 continues to grow.
In a moving speech, the secretary of state designate explained how his Jewish family came to view the U.S. as “the last best hope on earth.”
Britain's failure to stockpile key pieces of personal protective equipment (PPE) before the coronavirus pandemic left supplies dangerously low and forced the government to pay five times the normal price to meet demand, the public spending watchdog said. About a third of doctors and nurses, including those working in the riskiest areas of hospitals with COVID-19 patients, complained they were given inadequate protective equipment as the pandemic swept across Britain earlier this year. There were insufficient supplies of gowns and visors despite warnings from some of the government's top scientific advisers last year that they should be increased, the National Audit Office (NAO) said in a report.
A South Carolina man has pleaded guilty to a terror charge for plotting to bomb or shoot up sites including the White House and Trump Tower in New York City in attacks inspired by the Islamic State group, federal authorities said Tuesday. Kristopher Sean Matthews, 34, pleaded guilty to a conspiracy charge to provide material support to IS in a hearing before a U.S. magistrate judge in San Antonio. Matthews acknowledged that since May 2019, he had conspired with 22-year-old Jaylyn Christopher Molina of Cost, Texas, to share bomb-making information for the purposes of domestic and foreign attacks on behalf of IS, and to radicalize and recruit other individuals to support the Islamic militant organization.
Andy Behrens is back with the Week 11 edition of Fantasy Football Bad Beats!
Welsh commissioner offers funding to help staff leave abusive relationships. Pioneering scheme will provide grants or loans to help pay for relocation or essential supplies
Study into dementia risks from heading seeks female players to volunteer
Home Office broke equalities law with hostile environment measures. EHRC found negative consequences of Conservative policy were ‘repeatedly ignored’
UK housing market expects 100,000 extra home sales in early 2021. Property rebound predicted to continue as buyers rush to complete before stamp duty holiday ends
National curriculum ‘systematically omits' black British history. The Black Curriculum report says England’s ‘white, Eurocentric curriculum’ fails to reflect UK society
Domestic abuse victims with 'trapped capital' should not be denied legal aid, court rules. Decision is victory for victims who have homes which cannot be sold or borrowed against
The majority of young people have also felt alone, worried and believe the virus will damage their future, a study found.
Chancellor to promise £2.9bn to get a million jobless back into work as he prepares a public sector pay cap.
The initiative is backed by the Royal Voluntary Service, with the coronavirus pandemic causing loneliness.
A survey by Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce, the Fraser of Allander Institute and KPMG found half of contractors lost staff in 2020.
The band features Baga Chipz, Divina De Campo and Blu Hydrangea.
Mintel expects retail sales in November and December to hit £81.7 billion, declining just 0.4% compared with the same period in 2019.
Environmental groups have warned that the continuing use of peat undermines nature and climate goals.
A YouGov survey commissioned by Royal Mail has shown 55% of people think sending Christmas cards is more important than ever amid the pandemic.
Zoopla predicts there will be a demand spike in January 2021, but said only some buyers will beat the deadline at the end of March.