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Daytime TV's legal eagle takes a glittery trip down memory lane to celebrate the return of Strictly Come Dancing in our new series Back To The Ballroom.
Police in Florida said they are working with the FBI to find 23-year-old Brian Laundrie, whose girlfriend disappeared during a cross-country trek in a converted van
Aluminum wraps designed to protect homes from flames are getting attention as wildfires burn in California
But Labour has raised concerns over how the monitoring for coronavirus variants will continue.
Australia is noting with regret France’s recall of its ambassador over the surprise cancellation of a submarine contract in favor of a U.S. deal
Comedian, actor and writer has said his open heart surgery in 2020 inspired him to take part in the BBC competition
People with chronic conditions among most at risk from Covid even after jabsResearch finds those with Down’s syndrome, Parkinson’s and other conditions may benefit from booster doseCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage The study of more than 6.9 million vaccinated adults found that vaccination offers powerful protection against hospitalisation for almost all groups. Photograph: Nick Moore/Alamy
Are the Wombles really the best children’s characters to tackle the climate crisis?. The stars of 1970s television have been announced as ambassadors for the British government’s #OneStepGreener campaign. But would the Octonauts and Go Jetters do better?
Many of the nation’s front pages hail the easing of travel rules.
A Taiwanese delegation of government officials and business leaders is to visit Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Lithuania in October, challenging Beijing’s attempts to diplomatically isolate Taipei, and seizing on growing international support for Taiwan in the face of Chinese invasion threats.
Country diary: porcelain fungi light the dark like a splash of milkDrumlanrig, Dumfries and Galloway: A carpet of mushrooms covers earth rich with the rot of autumn ‘Seen from this angle the cap has a spectral sort of translucence.’ Photograph: Stephen Rutt
A 4.3 magnitude earthquake struck near Carson, California, shortly before 8 pm on the evening of September 18, causing shaking in parts of the Los Angeles area.According to local reports, the earthquake left the Marathon Petroleum refinery in Carson without power. This led the refinery to conduct flaring of excess gas, according to a spokesperson. Local residents shared videos after the earthquake showing the night sky lit up near the refinery. This footage, taken in Carson, shows flames illuminating the area. Credit: @dyizzleee via Storyful
Police and the FBI are now searching for both Gabrielle “Gabby” Petito and her boyfriend Brian Laundrie
TV tonight: How the grunge icons achieved Nirvana in the UKThe story of Kurt and the gang’s warm relationship with Britain. Plus, autumn officially begins as Strictly Come Dancing returns. Nirvana in Britain. Photograph: Martyn Goodacre
LESSONS IN LOVE: One woman tells Olivia Petter how cheating on her husband gave her a new lease of life
Shortly after polls opened on Friday morning, a long queue had already formed outside a polling station in Moscow's central Arbat district. Many of those waiting were workers from the nearby Ministry of Defence as evidenced by the branded briefcases they were holding. The ruling party United Russia has 353 of the 450 seats in the state parliament or Duma.
The global dominance of tech giants serves as a convenient online chokepoint for authoritarian governments to crack down on dissent or rig elections, critics of Apple and Google said Friday.
Robert Durst’s long, bizarre and deadly run from the law ended when a Los Angeles County jury convicted him of murdering his best friend more than 20 years ago
France's drastic decision to recall its ambassadors to the United States and Australia marks one of the gravest rifts among allies in living memory. The extraordinary diplomatic rebuke follows a decision by Canberra to ditch a French submarine contract for a new nuclear submarine partnership with Washington and London. The French move dashes hopes on the UK, US and Australian side that normal relations with Paris would resume once French "disappointment" at losing out on the multi-billion pound submarine deal faded.
How to make the most of past-their-best grapes – recipe. Wrinkly, old grapes can still pack a punch when roasted on the vine to accompany a baked ricotta or cheeseboard