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Firefighters battling to protect the world's biggest tree from wildfires ravaging the parched United States said Friday they are optimistic it can be saved.
Dr Lorna Breen’s family are behind a new law that would provide mental health support for medical workers
Interior Secretary Deb Haaland is moving the headquarters of the Bureau of Land Management, which oversees 245 million acres in Western states, back to the nation’s capital after two years in Colorado
The Covid-19 pandemic and the climate crisis will have an impact on what we see at London Fashion Week, writes Harriet Hall
A Utah county sheriff said Friday detectives have determined there is no connection between the disappearance of a Florida woman who went missing during a cross-country trip with her boyfriend and a still-unsolved slaying of two women who were fatally shot
UK’s international rules overhauled to be made easier for travellers
FDA advisers vote not to recommend Pfizer booster shots for most Americans
Paris is furious after the UK-US deal to supply Australian navy with nuclear submarines led to cancellation of contract with France.
It was the third Emmy win of his career
The attack, that happened in east London last April, was described as “senseless”
The bizarrely proportioned home is said to be the result of a feud between brothers
An influential US government advisory panel has rejected plans to give COVID-19 booster jabs to most Americans - only backing them for people aged 65 and over, and those at high risk of severe disease. The decisions were made by a committee of experts who advise the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and deliver a huge blow to the Biden administration. US President Joe Biden announced a plan, around a month ago, to offer booster jabs of both Pfizer and Moderna vaccines to nearly all Americans eight months after they get their second dose.
Erin O'Toole is closer to becoming Canada's next prime minister than any Conservative Party leader has been since 2015, when rockstar candidate Justin Trudeau swept a dour three-term incumbent into the history books under a wave of Trudeaumania. O'Toole is no rockstar – his vibe is closer to affable-roadie-turned-band-manager. But a tone-deaf act of hubris by Canada's flashy frontman could yet score O'Toole the top gig. When Liberal Party leader Trudeau called these snap September 20 legislative
Dozens of tanker trucks carrying Iranian fuel arranged by Shiite militant group Hezbollah arrive in shortage-hit Lebanon. As they enter from Syria through an illegal crossing in the eastern region of Hermel, the trucks are greeted by Hezbollah supporters waving the group's yellow flag and ululating women tossing rice and rose petals. TO COMPLETE VIDI9MX8ZV_EN
Adrien Brody, Alexander Skarsgard and Hope Davis make their Succession debuts in the trailer for season three of the hit drama. The trailer offers a glimpse into the new season, picking up immediately after close of the season two finale, with the Roy family caught in a civil war. The two-minute teaser shows the bitter disagreement intensify after Jeremy Strong's Kendall Roy leads a rebellion against Brian Cox's patriarch Logan Roy.
Crystal Turner, 38, and Kylen Schulte, 24, were killed near one of Gabby Petito’s last known locations
Millions of cattle were culled in the UK in the 1990s during a BSE epidemic.
NEWCASTLE, England (Reuters) -Newcastle United and Leeds United fought out a 1-1 draw in an entertaining Premier League clash at St James' Park on Friday and the result did neither side any favours as it stretched their winless starts to five games. The result left Newcastle 18th on two points and piled more pressure on manager Steve Bruce while Leeds are 16th on three points after they missed a string of chances in an action-packed first half. Leeds dominated possession and missed a string of chances after Raphinha fired them ahead in the 13th minute before Allan Saint-Maximin levelled with a fine individual effort on the stroke of halftime.
Trump supporters planning protest for people imprisoned for actions during 6 January riot
People with chronic conditions such as Down’s syndrome, kidney disease, sickle cell disease or HIV/Aids are also at greater risk.