Chelsea vs Burnley result: Five things we learned as Callum Hudson-Odoi shines in Thomas Tuchel’s first win
Chelsea 2-0 Burnley: Tuchel gets his first win courtesy of Azpilicueta and Alonso
Beijing’s top diplomat sends chilling warning to US over Taiwan as war fears surge
Beijing's top diplomat has issued a chilling warning to the US and other western nations, accusing them of disrupting security in the South China Sea.UK News | World News | Breaking News and...
Diana would be 'proud' of Harry say viewers, as Meghan says he saved her life
Prince Harry told Oprah Winfrey that he feels his late mother Princess Diana foresaw his departure from the Royal Family and viewers says she would been thrilled by his decision to quitMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Michelle Obama, Mia Hamm among 9 chosen for Women's HOF
Former first lady Michelle Obama and soccer star Mia Hamm have been chosen for the National Women’s Hall of FameThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Beam of light 100 times brighter than the Sun could help to treat arthritic joints
A tiny laser, 100 times brighter than the Sun, could help to treat arthritic knees and prevent the need for joint replacement surgery.Home | Daily Mail Online
DAILY MAIL COMMENT: A ruthless stab at the heart of the Family
For someone whose stated ambition is 'to build a better world, one act of compassion at a time', this was a remarkably brutal and calculating display.Home | Daily Mail Online
Meghan and Harry praised for finally 'speaking their truth' in interview
Meghan and Harry's explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey had ITV viewers hooked as they spoke about sensitive issues including race and mental healthMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
A lie-in at the weekend could actually make you feel gloomy!
We all love a weekend lie‑in, but could a longer snooze on a Sunday morning be pushing you towards the blues? That's the suggestion from a new U.S. study.Home | Daily Mail Online
CRAIG BROWN: Help me if you can with this Beatles trivia
CRAIG BROWN: To celebrate the completion of a 600-page book about The Beatles, friends gave me a Beatles-themed version of Trivial Pursuit.Home | Daily Mail Online
Mum transforms her dark, dusty cupboard under her stairs into an epic Harry Potter room
An Australian mum has transformed the dusty cupboard under her stairs into an amazing Harry Potter-themed movie room complete with the sorting hat, wizard wands and potion books.Home | Daily Mail Online
Pressure on Priti Patel to call inquiry after 'botched' probe into 'VIP paedophile ring' claims
Priti Patel is under growing pressure to order an inquiry into the 'Nick' scandal after a former home secretary branded a watchdog probe as 'botched'.Home | Daily Mail Online
Why Meghan Markle was 'a bit naughty' when referring to Archie's skin colour in prince discussion
Royal biographer Hugo Vickers told the BBC's Newsnight that Meghan Markle had misleadingly claimed in her interview that there was a discussion about whether the boy could take the title.Home | Daily Mail Online
Lawyers investigating Cuomo have taken on political figures
The lawyers tapped to investigate sexual harassment allegations against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo both have experience handling high-profile political casesThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Airline industry pushes US to standardize health papers
Top airline and business groups are asking the Biden administration to take a leading role in developing standards for credentials that would let travelers show they have been tested and vaccinated for COVID-19The Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
After the wave: a decade of grieving for a daughter lost to the Japanese tsunami
Mai was 12 when she died in one of the most harrowing stories to emerge from the March 2011 earthquake and tsunamiTen years after a tsunami killed more than 18,000 people on the north-east coast of Japan, Noriyuki Suzuki returned to the spot where his daughter was swept to her death.Mai was 12 when she died in one of the most harrowing stories to emerge from the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami. She was at Okawa primary school on the day of what became known as the triple disaster. Instead of leading children up a nearby hill away from danger, teachers decided it was safe to stay. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
Changes can be detected in breast cells before tumours appear, study suggests
Researchers say the findings could help inform who might benefit from preventative surgery and reassure those who can wait.London News | London Evening Standard -...
Games Inbox: Secret new Xbox games, the new Tomb Raider, and Bloodborne vs. Dark Souls
The Tuesday Inbox worries that some celebrated game creators may be thinking of retiring, as one reader laments the dearth of arcade racers.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Best new mobile games on iOS and Android – March 2021 round-up
GameCentral awards a rare 1/10 score to one of this month’s mobile apps, but thankfully there are some more positive reviews as well.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Alexandra Burke 'sick to her core' by Meghan Markle's royal racism allegations
X-Factor winner Alexandra Burke recently claimed she was told to bleach her skin and change her hair so she would "appeal to white people" and is hurt by Meghan Markle's allegationsMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
'Trophy wife' Melania provokes vicious Twitter attack after praise from Baptist pastor
MELANIA TRUMP was branded as "the epic trophy wife" by a pastor, sparking fierce backlash from Twitter users.UK News | World News | Breaking News and...
How much would Harry and Meghan’s security detail cost?
‘I was born into this position. I inherited the risk’, Harry told Oprah in bombshell interviewThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Gravedigger 'looked at his watch and hummed tune' as grieving family buried mum
The burial service for Edna Jean Hunt had just ended when her son, Richard, claimed two men in orange workwear waited nearby as the family said their final goodbyesMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Palace yet to comment on Harry and Meghan’s explosive interview
Royal biographer Andrew Morton said the fallout from the interview will ‘shudder down through the generations’.London News | London Evening Standard -...
Australia enjoys its tenth straight day with no Covid
New South Wales enjoyed 51 consecutive days without a local case on Monday, while Victoria extended its run to 11 days.Home | Daily Mail Online
Doctor, 40, reveals the secrets behind his new body after he dropped 10kg in just six weeks
An Australian doctor has revealed the secrets behind his weight loss, after he lost an impressive 9.2 kilograms in just six weeks. GP Dr Phillip Wuth, from Brisbane, revealed how he did it.Home | Daily Mail Online
Don Lemon says he wasn't surprised by Harry and Meghan's claims of racism in Royal family
Don Lemon reacted to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Oprah interview on Monday and said he wasn't surprised by the couple's racism allegations because 'that is what the monarchy is based on'.Home | Daily Mail Online
SOPHIE HARVEY: My hot water bottle burst - and could have scarred me for life!
SOPHIE HARVEY: At first I assumed I'd not put the top back on properly, but then I saw that the bottle had split on the neck seam. The pain was excruciating.Home | Daily Mail Online
NHS Nightingale hospitals to close from next month
The seven temporary sites were built during first wave of Covid-19 but treated few patientsThe NHS has announced the emergency Nightingale hospitals built in the first Covid-19 wave to cope with anticipated pressures on the health service are to close from next month.Seven of the temporary hospitals were hastily constructed in England, starting last April with a 4,000-bed facility at London’s ExCeL centre. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Wife of ex-US ambassador has a Sting in her saucy tale
SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Lady Renwick's amusing disclosures include being ticked off by Sir Sean Connery and a relentless pursuit of the rock star Sting.Home | Daily Mail Online
Hawaii lawmakers considering nation's highest income tax
The Hawaii Senate is considering what would be the highest income tax rate of any state in the nationThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Prince Harry feels 'let down' by Charles and pair have a 'lot to work through'
Prince Harry has opened up on his feelings towards his father Prince Charles, while also admitting that he is on a different path to his brotherMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Trump's 'dark side' and 'magic' praised by top US senator in bizarre eulogy to ex-POTUS
TRUMP could bring great strength or destruction to the Republican party according to Senator Lindsey Graham.UK News | World News | Breaking News and...
One in six parents of children under five will reject the Covid vaccine, figures suggest
The Office for National Statistics found about one in six parents of pre-school children will reject a jab or have doubts, double the number among non- parents or the parents of older children.Home | Daily Mail Online
Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke reveals the worst skincare advice she'd ever received
Emilia Clarke has revealed she told a facialist to 'get out' after they told her she needed filler aged 28.Home | Daily Mail Online
How have people returned from Brazil during a ‘ban’?
Simon Calder answers your questions on navigating ‘red list’ countries, September cruise trips and whether hotel vouchers are really worth itThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Emhoff, VP Harris' husband, goes from top lawyer to teacher
Vice President Kamala Harris’ husband is getting settled in a new city and a new job teaching law at Georgetown University amid a high-pressure moment in U.S. historyThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Bangladesh's first transgender news reader takes to the airwaves
Tashnuva Anan Shishir survived assault, bullying and suicide attempts to become a trailblazer for the LGBT communityTo cheers from colleagues, Bangladesh’s first transgender news presenter broke down in tears , but only after her word-perfect debut was beamed to the nation and the cameras were off.Bangladesh is home to an estimated 1.5 million transgender people, who face rampant discrimination and violence and are often forced to live by begging, the sex trade or crime. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
Dak Prescott agrees to four-year, $160m contract with Dallas Cowboys
Four-year deal includes record $126m in guaranteed moneyPrescott was on track for career season in 2020 before injuryThe Dallas Cowboys have signed their star quarterback Dak Prescott to a four-year, $160m deal, including a record $126m guaranteed, multiple sources reported on Monday.The first three years of the contract average $42m per year – including an NFL-record $75 for year one – and the entire deal could be worth up to $164m. The terms include a $66m signing bonus. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
'Extremely rare' meteorite is discovered in Gloucestershire after as month's fireball
The so-called 'Winchcombe meteorite' illuminated the night sky above Gliucestershire on February 28 and has now been found in the Cotswolds village.Home | Daily Mail Online
Almost 11,000 Britons could be living with undiagnosed breast cancer, charity warns
Breast Cancer Now said there were 10,700 fewer people diagnosed with the condition between March and December - when Covid infections spiralled - than expected for the time of year.Home | Daily Mail Online
Monty Don urges gardeners to stop mowing the lawn so often as it is 'damaging' to wildlife
Monty Don has called on gardeners - especially men - to ease off their 'obsession' with mowing the lawn. The 65-year-old said keeping grass short tends to be a male trait, which is about 'control'.Home | Daily Mail Online
Daughter able to hold elderly mum's hand for the first time in six months
Grandmother Sheila Hall, 81, who has Alzheimer's disease and dementia, has been torn apart from her loving daughter for months by the coronavirus pandemicMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Invasive mussels are pooping so much phosphorous it's choking the Great Lakes
Invasive quagga mussels have changed the chemistry of the Great Lakes, churning up phosphorus that feeds algae blooms. They also damage ships and clog water-treatment pipes.Home | Daily Mail Online