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Team Europe are headed to Whistling Straits looking to retain the Ryder Cup after their dominant victory over the USA at Le Golf National three years ago. The usually-biennial competition was delayed by a year due to the coronavirus pandemic but has finally arrived, with captain Padraig Harrington having completed his 12-man squad with three wildcard picks following the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth earlier this month. This will be the Spaniard’s second Ryder Cup appearance following on from his debut at Le Golf National three years ago, where he lost his opening two matches before beating Tiger Woods in Sunday’s singles.
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An attorney representing the Republican-controlled Arizona Senate says the long-delayed review of 2020 election results in the state’s most populous county will be released next week
The Delta variant had not caused more serious disease in children than previous variants, researchers found.
New York City’s Rikers Island jail complex has been troubled by years of neglect and now has spiraled into turmoil during the coronavirus pandemic
Home computer pioneer Sir Clive Sinclair has died aged 81, his family said. The inventor transformed home computing in this country when he launched his ZX81 and the later ZX Spectrum computers. Sinclair became the first company in the world to sell more than a million computers, making Sir Clive’s surname a household word and spawning an entire industry of magazines, games designers and software and hardware developers.
NHS England directors have announced that normal testing capacities should be resumed from October 8 in all healthcare settings.
Greensill review calls for lobbying transparency and new code of conduct. Report launched in response to David Cameron’s lobbying suggests ministers curb supply chain finance
Social media company allegedly accepted more than $100,000 in fees for promoting the controversial treatment
The model said she hoped to ‘uplift the next generation’ as she was unveiled by the organisation at an event in London on Thursday.
‘Police threatened to arrest her friends if she did not retract the statement’ says lawyer as appeal begins
The US Justice Department has challenged a plan that would dissolve Purdue Pharma, manufacturer of the OxyContin drug that has been blamed for the country's opioid crisis, while shielding its founders from lawsuits.
SpaceX's all-civilian Inspiration4 crew are "healthy, happy and resting comfortably," the company said Thursday in its first update since the pioneering mission blasted off from Cape Canaveral the night before.
Around 3,000 unvaccinated health workers have been suspended from their jobs by the French government. It comes as the Italian government announced some of the strictest anti-COVID measures in the world, making it obligatory for all workers either to show proof of vaccination, a negative test or recent recovery from infection. Any worker who fails to present a valid health certificate will be suspended on no pay, but cannot be sacked.
Despite a slow start plagued by much controversy that still haunts President Jair Bolsonaro, Brazil's coronavirus vaccination campaign is now one of the fastest-paced and farthest-reaching in the world.
Staff who have quit over vaccine mandate in ‘single digits’, says United Airlines CEO
He separated from his husband Dan Neal earlier this year.
Two dozen Republican attorneys general are warning the White House of impending legal action if a proposed coronavirus vaccine requirement for as many as 100 million Americans goes into effect
The maverick entrepreneur masterminded an incredible shrinking world of tiny computers, televisions and even cars.
A new study ties the COVID-19 pandemic to an “alarming” increase in obesity in U.S. children and teenagers