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The maverick entrepreneur masterminded an incredible shrinking world of tiny computers, televisions and even cars.
The annual soirée is known as the Oscars of the fashion world
Householders are eager to tackle climate change but say costs and a lack of information is a barrier to decarbonising their homes.
Men aged 21 and 33 charged over the killing
Officials in Washington state are upset that the Biden administration is challenging a state law making it easier for workers who become ill at a former nuclear weapons production site to be compensated
The multimillionaire entrepreneur launched the first affordable consumer computer in 1980.
Throughout the pandemic, California businesses and restaurants have defied Covid-19 mitigation measures
He separated from his husband Dan Neal earlier this year.
Some of the residents of a long-closed Vermont orphanage want the Catholic Church to pay for therapy as they continue to recover from what they felt was the abuse most of which occurred more than half a century ago
Hearing on Duke’s will held in private to prevent ‘intrusive’ publicity around arrangements
Digital driving licences will be introduced as part of post-Brexit changes to make transport "fairer, greener and more efficient", it has been announced. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said online versions of provisional licences will be made available. The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) is aiming to develop an app featuring the licences, required by those learning to drive, by 2024.
Watchdog finds ‘staggering variation’ in police use of Clare’s LawInconsistent use of domestic violence disclosure scheme putting women at risk, says inspectorate The examination of the police response to violence against women and girls found ‘problems, unevenness and inconsistencies’ in dealing with violence against female victims in England and Wales. Photograph: Linda Nylind/The Guardian
The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum has unveiled the hulking desk the president-elect used in 1861 to craft his first inaugural address
A man carved a traditional story into a tree leaf to welcome the Mid-Autumn Festival in eastern China. Footage filmed in the city of Jining in Shandong Province on September 17 shows a man named Kong carving the "Chang'e Flying to the Moon" story into a leaf. Kong said it is hard to carve patterns into leaves as they are fragile. So he has to be very careful when making every cut on the leaves. Kong used to do stone carving and he has already 17 years of experience in leaf carving. Chang'e is a moon goddess in Chinese legend and a central character in the annual Mid-Autumn Festival. The Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Mooncake Festival, is a traditional festival celebrated on the 15th day of the 8th month of the Chinese lunar calendar. Chinese believe that the moon is at its brightest and fullest size on that day. Lanterns are carried and displayed and a pastry called mooncakes are traditionally eaten during this festival.
Surrey Police appealed for footage to track down more activists while the Home Secretary criticised their ‘guerrilla tactics’.
Sri Lankans have been rushing to grocery stores and queuing up as food supplies deplete in the island nation
The Delta variant had not caused more serious disease in children than previous variants, researchers found.
Government to legislate to end compulsory metric measures ‘in due course’
Powell starred in a string of MGM classic musicals.
<strong>Exclusive</strong>: Welfare and immigration policies are contributing to “sharply unequal access” to affordable housing among Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities, research from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation has highlighted.