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Drug found in trials to cut vulnerable adults’ risk of hospital admission and death by 79%
Pregnant women in UK fear losing jobs over Covid safety worries, survey finds. Exclusive: Maternity Action urges ministers to overhaul ‘not fit for purpose’ workplace health and safety rules
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79-foot-tall Rockefeller Christmas tree lights up in New York City
President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden were joined by Vice President Kamala Harris and her husband Doug Emhoff for the White House’s menorah lighting ceremony, marking the fourth night of Hanukkah on November 1.Emhoff, who is Jewish, led the lighting, and was joined by Chuck Schumer, the New York Senator and first Jewish Majority Leader.“This is a White House tradition, but for the first time in history it is a family tradition,” said Biden, referring to Emhoff. Credit: White House via Storyful
Newspaper’s publisher is considering fresh appeal to Supreme Court
Fatigue was the most common symptom affecting people with the condition, followed by shortness of breath.
Lando Norris has announced plans to become the latest Formula One driver to move to Monaco - and freely admits the move is financially motivated. The principality is home to several drivers past and present, including Lewis Hamilton, Max Verstappen and Norris’ McLaren teammate, Daniel Ricciardo. Monaco’s combination of glamour, Mediterranean weather and low tax rates have long made it a prime destination for F1 stars, who spend much of the year travelling between Grands Prix.
The couple showed the reality of bringing up three children with autism.
Images shared thousands of times on Facebook claim that a popular Asian drink is made with goat droppings. This is false; the photo of the goat in the post has been digitally altered. Bubble tea contains tapioca pearls, otherwise known as boba. They have no relationship with animal faeces. Images of bubble tea and a goat excreting into a milky drink have been shared multiple times on Facebook with the caption “SHEEP FAECES IS N0W BIG M0NEY…(sic)”.One such post, archived here, goes on to claim th
Lava was fired as high as 400 to 500 meters in the air above the Cumbre Vieja volcano on La Palma on the evening of December 2, the Canary Islands Volcanology Institute (INVOLCAN) reported.As of December 1, lava flows had extended to 1,163.7 hectares (roughly 4.49 square miles) on the island, according to the European Union’s Copernicus satellite program. Using satellite imagery, Copernicus reported that 2,790 buildings had been destroyed by volcanic activity on the island Cumbre Vieja began erupting on September 19.This footage, uploaded by INVOLCAN on Thursday, shows lava flows in a newly formed cone of the volcano. Credit: INVOLCAN via Storyful
"Mr. Robot", a locally-made educational robot, interacts with students to teach them about electric circuits and to help them memorise their lessons at the Al-Basma private school in Gaza City.
Arsenal star Gabriel fought off a baseball bat-wielding thug who attempted to steal his car. Gabriel Magalhaes, known as Gabriel, had just returned to his home in Barnet, north London, when he was approached by three men as he got out of his car on August 20.
We’ve been here before, with the fate of abortion rights throughout the United States in doubt and awaiting a decision by the Supreme Court
Rob Marchant, owner of The Old Station in the Yorkshire Dales, has lost £1,500 in revenue after his power was cut on Friday evening.
The inaugural race in Jeddah is the penultimate grand prix of the 2021 season
The risk of reinfection from the omicron variant is three times higher than for the delta and beta strains of Covid, a preliminary study has shown.
Plus a Sex and the City reboot (minus one), a slick historical drama starring Nicole Kidman, and the return of Australian soap Bump
Australia's opposition leader says the nation would set a more ambitious target of reducing its greenhouse gas emissions by 43% by the end of the decade if the government changes at elections early next year
Counter-terror police are warning all parents to be vigilant as figures show a rise in the number of children being arrested for far-right terrorism offences. Police say lockdown created a "perfect storm" for teenagers to become radicalised by the far right. "We know that hateful extremism has been prevalent online and in essence, it makes sort of a perfect storm for a potential radicaliser to exploit that environment, and I think we have seen that in the last 12 months."