Dr Oz expected to launch GOP campaign for Pennsylvania Senate

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Ways to celebrate Lunar New Year if you can’t be with your family
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Robbie Williams says a hit man was once hired to kill him
‘I want to go to all the normal places I can’t go because people want to kill me,’ singer said
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Sean Rice death: Dancing on Ice stars pay tribute to professional skater after he dies aged 49
Rice performed alongside broadcaster Angela Rippon and alpine ski racer Chemmy Alcott
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M65 traffic latest: Motorway closed in both directions after police incident near Burnley
THE MOTORWAY has been closed in both directions following a police incident near Burnley.
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Princess Eugenie's son August could meet Lilibet before George, Charlotte and Louis
PRINCESS Eugenie's son August could meet Lilibet before Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
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Anne Frank was betrayed by a JEWISH notary who told Nazis where the Dutch family was hiding
A retired FBI agent paired up with a documentary maker from Holland to investigate who betrayed Anne Frank and her family to the Nazis. Vince Pankoke, left, believes he has solved the case.
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Brian Cox explains why he rejected Game of Thrones role
Actor is candid about his career choices in his new memoir
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Robbie Williams reveals terrifying ordeal as hitman was hired ‘to kill him’ during height of fame
The singer’s ‘friends’ put an end to it.
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China's births fall in 2021, as workforce shrinks
The number of babies born in China fell again last year, adding to pressure on the ruling Communist Party’s ambitions to boost national wealth and global influence with a workforce that has been declining for a decade
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Brit synagogue hostage taker pictured as two teenagers arrested in Manchester
The FBI has said its investigation into the attack will have 'global reach'.
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Australian Open 2022 LIVE: Latest updates, scores and results as Rafael Nadal cruises into second round
Follow all the action from Melbourne Park as the year’s first grand slam gets underway
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Married at First Sight Australia 2022: From beauticians to pro wrestlers, meet the new contestants getting hitched
The most addictive reality show on the box is back.
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Women behind the lens: ‘She was too beautiful not to be photographed’
Etinosa Yvonne recalls a chance encounter with a Fulani woman in northern NigeriaI met this woman in Machina, in Yobe state, when I was on assignment in northern Nigeria 2020. It had taken us seven hours to get there – it’s right on the border with Niger – and it was already late afternoon, early evening.We were waiting for people to come and collect water from a solar-powered water pump when I saw her: this extremely beautiful Fulani woman. I was particularly drawn to the marks on her face. I knew Fulani women always like to look good, but it was really beautiful to see up close. There was a bit of a language barrier as I don’t speak Fula and she didn’t speak English or Hausa, but she agreed to have her photo taken. Continue reading...
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Louis van Gaal made Anthony Martial warning early in Manchester United career
Anthony Martial has been thrust into a public war of words with current Man Utd interim manager Ralf Rangnick
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Three rushed to hospital after machete rampage – woman slashed in face with 50cm weapon
A CRAZED knifeman has gone on a rampage with a two-foot-long machete in the early hours of this morning, according to reports.
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Heineken launches anti-plastic campaign at football stadiums with life-sized sculptures
Time to cut the single-use plastic.
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Entangled humpback whale’s sad fate has researchers calling for action on fishing nets
Animal lacking dorsal fin last seen in Antarctic labouring to swim and considered unlikely to surviveGet our free news app; get our morning email briefingA juvenile humpback whale has been spotted in the Antarctic entangled in fishing gear, leading to calls from conservationists for better protections along migration corridors.The sighting last Wednesday by scientists aboard the Crystal Endeavour occurred at Mikkelsen Harbour on Trinity Island, on the western side of the Antarctic peninsula. Continue reading...
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Grandstanding fears as Norwegian mass killer seeks parole
Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik goes to court Tuesday, after 10 years behind bars, claiming he is no longer a danger to society and attempting to get an early release from his 21-year sentence
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Royal Family 'most certainly can survive' Prince Andrew allegations, claims royal expert
ALLEGATIONS made against Prince Andrew can be overcome by the Royal Family, an expert has claimed.
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Brexit LIVE: 'Never happen!' Remoaners' 100k City exodus myth SMASHED – jobs surge 100%+
BREXIT has not caused a mass exodus from the City of London despite the fears many Remainers had in the lead up to the UK's exit from the EU.
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Two teenagers in Manchester arrested as part of probe into Texas synagogue attack
British man Malik Faisal Akram was identified as the gunman who held four hostages at the Congregation Beth Israel synagogue in Colleyville, Texas on Saturday
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Cameron Norrie knocked out in Australian Open first round by Sebastian Korda
Hopes that Cameron Norrie would begin 2022 where he left off last season were dashed as the British No1 suffered a 6-3 6-0 6-4 defeat to Sebastian Korda in the opening round of the Australian Open.
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Tulsa pastor who prayed to end Covid rubs spit on parishioner’s face during service
Pastor criticised for ‘publicity stunt’ as Covid cases in US continue to rise
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Greater Manchester beauty spot named one of UK's top places to go hiking in winter
The Trinnacle soars above Greenfield Valley, Dovestone Reservoir and Yeoman Hey Reservoir
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China cuts rates as economy slows; Credit Suisse chairman resigns over Covid-19 breaches – business live
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial newsChina’s GDP grew 4% year-on-yearChina cuts key interest rate to support growthCredit Suisse chairman Antonio Horta-Osorio quitsBig news in the banking sector this morning: Credit Suisse chairman Antonio Horta-Osorio has quit following an internal probe into his personal conduct, following breaches of Covid-19 rules.Credit Suisse announced that Horta-Osorio had resigned after a board investigation, after it emerged he had broken British quarantine rules to attend the Wimbledon tennis finals in London last July, “We respect António’s decision and owe him considerable thanks for his leadership in defining the new strategy, which we will continue to implement over the coming months and years.Axel Lehmann as the new Chairman, with his extensive international and Swiss industry experience, is ideally suited to drive forward the strategic and cultural transformation of the bank. We wish Axel every success in his new role and António all the best for the future.” Continue reading...
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Novak Djokovic’s Australia visa ban could end early, Scott Morrison suggests
Tennis player Novak Djokovic could return to Australia sooner than anticipated following his deportation, the country’s prime minister has suggested.
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Metal plate attached to 2,000 year-old Peruvian warrior's skull may be oldest evidence of SURGERY
The 2,000 year old skull of a Peruvian warrior was found to have been fused together with metal in one of the world's oldest examples of advanced surgery, according to a museum.
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Football rumours: Donny van de Beek turns down Newcastle loan
And Arsenal make moves on Djed Spence and Dusan Vlahovic.
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Villagers told ‘lock windows and doors’ after woman killed and husband fights for life
Freda Walker, 86, died after raiders targeted the neat semi-detached house she shared with ex-miner husband Ken, 88, at Langwith Junction, Derbys, on Saturday morning
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Djokovic out, but vaccine debate stays in Australian Open
To some, it seemed a cloud had been lifted from the Australian Open
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Dancing On Ice's Rachel Stevens says she's still in therapy over S Club 7 trauma
Singer Rachel Stevens, who's taking part in the new series of Dancing On Ice, has opened up about how she's still going through therapy to deal with her days in pop group S Club 7
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Taylor Wimpey plots share buyback after ‘excellent’ 2021
HousebuilderTaylor Wimpey has told investors to expect a share buyback in the coming months after what CEO Pete Redfern called an “excellent” 2021.
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Eamonn Holmes says it's easier for him to stay slim on GB News after This Morning axe
GB News host Eamonn Holmes is hoping to keep the weight off in his new role after his sudden This Morning exit
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Dan Walker, Gary Lineker and Hugh Grant slam ‘nut job’ Government amid plans to axe BBC licence fee: ‘It’s 43p per day’
Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries hinted at the groundbreaking overhaul.
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Tens of thousands without power as winter storm sweeps through south-east of US
Tens of thousands were left without power when a winter storm made up of ice, high winds and snow battered the south-east of the US.
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Thomas Tuchel sends clear Chelsea transfer message after seeing title hopes ended
Tuchel saw his Chelsea side slip to defeat at Manchester City on Saturday, leaving them 13 points behind Pep Guardiola's men and all but out of the Premier League title race
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Beautiful hidden village which looks like an Italian resort and is perfect for a day trip from Manchester
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Vodafone nets five-year deal as Wimbledon tournament sponsor
Exclusive: telecoms firm signs Tim Henman and Laura Robson as brand ambassadors – with Emma Raducanu also in talksVodafone has struck a five-year deal to sponsor Wimbledon and has signed Tim Henman and Laura Robson as brand ambassadors, with the mobile firm also in discussions about a deal with the teen tennis star Emma Radacanu.Vodafone has signed a multimillion pound deal to become the official connectivity partner of the grass court grand slam event, as well as a wide-ranging collaboration with the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club and the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) to promote an increase in the numbers of people playing the game at all levels. Continue reading...
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'Burning deadline!' Boris Johnson given just THREE WEEKS to keep energy prices down
BORIS JOHNSON has just three weeks to act in order to keep energy prices down as Brits brace for bills to soar, latest reports claim.
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Who’s a clever dog? Scientists study secrets of canine cognition
Dogs can figure out some things that even chimps can’t. Our science correspondent puts her puppy retriever to the testIt’s a cold winter’s day, and I’m standing in a room watching my dog stare fixedly at two flower pots. I’m about to get an answer to a burning question: is my puppy a clever girl?Dogs have been our companions for millennia, domesticated sometime between 15,000 and 30,000 years ago. And the bond endures: according to the latest figures from the Pet Food Manufacturers Association 33% of households in the UK have a dog. Continue reading...
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‘I have no intention of getting infected’: understanding Omicron’s severity
Experts on whether getting Covid is inevitable and why, despite claims of ‘mildness’, the variant is highly dangerousLeaders in the US have struck a pessimistic tone about the Covid-19 pandemic in recent weeks amid rapid spread of the Omicron variant.Janet Woodcock, acting commissioner of the US Food and Drug Administration, recently testified before Congress that “most people are going to get Covid”. Dr Anthony Fauci, chief medical adviser to Joe Biden, has also said that Omicron “​​will ultimately find just about everybody” in terms of exposure, though vaccines make an important difference in who develops the illness. Continue reading...
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The Love Songs of WEB Du Bois by Honorée Fanonne Jeffers review – desires of the downtrodden
The poet’s debut novel effortlessly evokes the dilemmas of African Americans as they struggle for advancementThe author Zora Neale Hurston once joked: “I am the only negro in the United States whose grandfather on the mother’s side was not an Indian chief.” In part, Hurston was alluding to the embarrassment some African Americans felt about their “debased” African lineage, a notion that lies at the core of the poet Honorée Fanonne Jeffers’s ambitious debut novel.Epigraphic reflections on race by WEB Du Bois, a founding father in 1909 of the interracial National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), who proposed that a “talented tenth” (an elite 10% of the African American population) would transform black people’s lowly standing, hover over chapters of the novel. Its breezy yet detailed 800 pages flit between a fable-like backstory of enslaved Africans who forged liaisons with Creek Native Americans (both brutalised by European traders) and a tragic, contemporary family saga of descendants of the enslaved. Continue reading...
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How to book a holiday during the Covid pandemic
Read the small print, particularly about cancellationsIt is essential to check what will happen if you need to cancel transport or accommodation, whether you are booking the different elements yourself or opting for a package. Many may offer free cancellation but read the small print carefully – there will be a deadline for this, and it could be several weeks before your holiday is set to start. Continue reading...
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Attack, attack, attack: Republicans drive to make Biden the bogeyman
The president has had to withstand a barrage from rightwingers – and for Republicans the formula might be workingIt seemed that Joe Biden would be bad for business in “Make America great again” world.In theory, the US president, a white man with working-class roots and moderate policy positions, was a more elusive target for Donald Trump’s increasingly extreme support base than other prominent Democrats. Continue reading...
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‘Christmas was awful’: on the Omicron frontline at the Royal Preston hospital
After nearly two years of pandemic, 5,000 inpatients and 1,000 deaths, the staff of one of the largest hospitals in north-west England are frustrated and exhaustedCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageAfter nearly two years on the Covid frontline, there is one image that haunts Prof Mohammed Munavvar. It is of a visit to Preston cemetery, where a friend had been laid to rest.There he saw a pristine row of gravestones, each planted in the last year. They were all his patients. He knew every single name: “That was terrible, really. It was very traumatic. Even now I think about that image.” Continue reading...
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All systems glow: 10 of the UK’s best winter light festivals
Gaze upon shimmering forests and postapocalyptic sunsets, chase the northern lights or let ancient tales guide you along city wallsLight trails and shows are more popular than ever this Covid-ridden winter: inventive and mostly outdoors, they brighten the long, dark nights. For those of us drawn to their sparkle, the good news is they’re not just for Christmas. These cities, gardens and resorts are hosting illuminated trails and festivals of light in January, February and March. Book ahead, and wrap up warm. Continue reading...
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