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Shocking footage reveals stolen Texas big rig crashing into mobile home
Surveillance footage captured the horrific moment a stolen 18-wheeler crashed into a Texas mobile home early on Tuesday morning, killing a woman and injuring her partnerHome | Daily Mail Online
Tories' glee at wallet-busting Big Spender would make even Shirley Bassey blush, writes HENRY DEEDES
HENRY DEEDES: Rishi's Budget turned out to be another wallet-busting spendathon. The sort of hell-for-leather spree a footballer's wife might go on after her fella's been caught in flagrante.Home | Daily Mail Online
Fight breaks out after Catholic priest orders maskless man to leave church in Washington
Priest says man ‘has engaged in a course of abusive and threatening conduct, directed not just at me but towards the parish and school staff’The Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Pablo Escobar’s ‘cocaine hippos’ are legally people, US court rules
The ruling is believed to be the first time animals have been declared legal persons under US law.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Researchers find evidence of prehistoric human activity in Falkland Islands
Scientists have found evidence of prehistoric humans on the Falkland Islands, centuries before European explorers visited the archipelago in the late 17th century.Home | Daily Mail Online
STEPHEN GLOVER: Rishi Sunak's Tory instincts mean there's a big fight ahead
STEPHEN GLOVER: There were two voices present in yesterday's Budget statement, two political figures, the PM and Rishi Suna, locked in an occasionally uncomfortable embrace.Home | Daily Mail Online
Everyday Ageism: CHRISTA D'SOUZA asks if 'silver surfers' get less tolerant the older they get
Hive Beach Cafe on the Dorset Coast recently rescinded a 'silver surfer' deal because of the abuse its young staff received. Christa D'Souza admits she has to remind herself ageism goes both ways.Home | Daily Mail Online
What to wear this weekend: FEMAIL picks out the best leather looks for effortless style this season
Dinah Van Tulleken shares advice for embracing the leather look trend at any occasion this season. The UK-based style editor also picks out the best pieces available from online stores.Home | Daily Mail Online
White House skeptical Iran ready to restart nuclear talks
The White House is responding skeptically after Iran’s chief negotiator announced that Tehran is ready to return to nuclear negotiations in Vienna by the end of next monthThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Sunak left himself wriggle room for tax cuts before the next election
There was just enough jam to surprise some opponents, but no fix for a long-term cost-of-living crunch, writes Anna IsaacThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Oldest specimens of an extinct bony fish that lived 244 million years ago are discovered in China
Three fossilized Peltoperleidus were found in China that date back 244 million years - deeming them the oldest to found. This means the fish lived 2 million years longer than believed.Home | Daily Mail Online
Ioan Gruffudd has just gone 'Instagram official' with his glamorous new lover
ALISON BOSHOFF: Actress Alice Evans took to Twitter to claim that her estranged husband Ioan Gruffudd had been cheating on her for three years with a much younger woman.Home | Daily Mail Online
Are healthy air fryers hot stuff? Gadget that promises to make fried dishes with a fraction of fat
Air fryers have soared in popularity in the past 12 months, with John Lewis claiming sales have increased by 400 per cent. Here, Claudia Connell gives verdict on six air fryers available in the UK.Home | Daily Mail Online
JENNI MURRAY: Why I'll NEVER swim in our filthy seas again
JENNI MURRAY: I've often been tempted to go for a swim in the Solent. I ruled that out this summer when I learned Southern Water, had been fined £90 million for dumping sewage into the sea.Home | Daily Mail Online
Trump pens critical letter to the editor to The Wall Street Journal
Former President Donald Trump wrote a letter to the editor to The Wall Street Journal to complain that a newspaper editorial didn't say the 2020 presidential election was 'rigged.'Home | Daily Mail Online
Liverpool down dogged Preston as Klopp’s reserves made to work at Deepdale - Leicester, Brentford also through
Divock Origi and Takumi Minamino kept Liverpool’s Carabao Cup campaign alive with the goals in a 2-0 win over Preston.London News | London Evening Standard -...
How this top TV cook wed the Queen's godson... and moved onto the Highclere estate
Clodagh McKenna, from Cork, married the Hon. Harry Herbert in the grounds of Highclere Castle in August this year. The TV chef reveals she wasn't fazed about moving into his aristocratic world.Home | Daily Mail Online
Man City's incredible Carabao Cup run ends as Phil Foden misses in penalty shootout
Manchester City had gone five years without losing in the competition but went down to West Ham on spot kicks.Manchester Evening News: Number one for...
More mothers are giving up their careers to pull their children back from the brink
FEMAIL investigated the need for 'teen-ternity leave' for parents who need time out to look after teens, as the number of teenager off school with anxiety and depression in the UK increases.Home | Daily Mail Online
Woman gets life sentence for helping husband plan killings
An Alabama woman has received a life sentence for helping her husband plan the 2015 killings of his estranged pregnant wife, her unborn child and three othersThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Facebook sat by as Trump set off wave of hate speech, memos show
‘We can see clearly that the entire country was basically on fire,’ an internal Facebook memo said in June 2020, soon after Mr Trump sent a menacing message to protestersThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Florida penalizes school district over masks, federal grant
The state of Florida has docked a school district more than $164,000 for defying a ban on classroom mask mandates and for being awarded a federal coronavirus grantThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Sunak in 'parallell universe' as UK faces multiple crises despite 'optimism' Budget
Many Covid-hit public services still face a crisis while Rishi Sunak hails his 'new age of optimism' budget - Labour claimed the chancellor was living in a 'parallel universe'Mirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
We smart women must stop playing dumb to please men!
Clare Forges explores how men's desire to be masculine attracts them to ditzy, clueless and cute women, after Kate Beckinsale claimed her intelligence hindered her career in Hollywood.Home | Daily Mail Online
Mother and boyfriend arrested after 8-year-old’s decomposing body found
They were found in a public library, searching for news articles about themselves.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Asda security guard knocks out shopper with single punch and drags him out
The shocking moment was captured on CCTV and has triggered an investigation.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
He's in two new films this week. But it's Timothee Chalamet's charm that's catnip to millions
Julia Lawrence explores the charm of Timothee Chalamet, 25, after a gaggle of ladies of a certain age tried to meet him while filming his role as the young Willy Wonka on the Dorset coast.Home | Daily Mail Online
Mall shooting victim's family hopes to bring body home
Relatives say a man who was killed in an Idaho shooting at a Boise mall on Monday was shopping for gifts for his family when he was mortally woundedThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Macron wages Brexit war on UK: France threatens to BLOCK British ships from ports from next week
In response, Downing Street vowed to retaliate against Paris if it goes ahead with the 'disappointing and disproportionate' threat to impose sanctions.Home | Daily Mail Online
Norwich stabbing: Several people injured after housing estate bloodbath
FOUR PEOPLE have been stabbed and five arrested following an incident in a housing estate in Norwich.UK News | World News | Breaking News and...
Rail strikes planned during Cop26 climate conference called off
Industrial action abandoned as trade union leaders confirmed pay negotiations with ScotRail have been settled Rail strikes planned for next week’s Cop26 climate conference have been abandoned after trade union leaders confirmed negotiations on a pay rise have been settled.The announcement was made after talks between the RMT union and transport bosses on Wednesday. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
Phil Foden misses as West Ham end Manchester City’s Carabao Cup reign
After five years of utter dominance, Manchester City’s hold on the Carabao Cup is over. Their reign ended after a night of absorbing entertainment at the London Stadium and Pep Guardiola’s side could have no complaints after being ground down by West Ham, who defended with astonishing organisation before holding their nerve in a tense penalty shootout.West Ham were genuinely outstanding as they reached the last-eight. David Moyes’s side battled to contain the holders, who were in trouble when Phil Foden screwed his penalty wide, and they would not be denied. Mark Noble, Jarrod Bowen, Craig Dawson and Aaron Cresswell scored confidently from 12 yards and the roar was deafening when Saïd Benrahma coolly sealed a 5-3 win. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
Manchester City’s Carabao Cup dominance ends as West Ham win on penalties
City had won this competition in six of the past eight seasons, including the last four.The Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Cops return to campsite Cleo Smith vanished from to take more evidence as the AFP joins the search
Top cops have returned to the Blowholes Campsite Cleo Smith vanished from on October 16 to take ash samples from burnt-out campfires, as the AFP joins the desperate search for the four-year-old.Home | Daily Mail Online
Boy, 12, almost loses his leg after being attacked by CROCODILE at Cancun Club Med
Philadelphia boy Charlie Buhl, 12, has spoken out after he was attacked by 13-foot crocodile while on vacation at a Cancun resort in JuneHome | Daily Mail Online
Who'll find love on our blind date? This week it's Sabrina, 38 and Sean, 31
Every week, FEMAIL pairs up two singletons to go on a blind date and asks them to report back. Sabrina, 38 and Sean, 31 share the outcome of their date at a restaurant in London.Home | Daily Mail Online
Rangers hit back to take a point at home to Aberdeen
The Dons had taken a 2-0 lead through goals from Christian Ramirez and Scott Brown.The Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
‘Come clean early because we have a lot of incriminating evidence’ – congressman’s advice to oil firms over ‘climate disinformation’
President Biden is preparing for his visit to Europe before the COP26 summit in Glasgow, amid warnings from his political allies that he's running out of time to push through his ambitious climate agenda.Channel 4 News
Angelina Jolie dodges question about friendship with The Weeknd in awkward interview
Angelina Jolie was asked on E!'s Daily Pop whether her children were more excited by her role in Eternals or by her friendship with The Weeknd - but she avoided the questionMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Lonely Planet's Best In Travel 2022 names the best places to visit next year - from Kent to Auckland
Lonely Planet's newly released Best In Travel 2022 book crowns the top 10 countries, top 10 regions, and top 10 cities to visit next year. Here, we reveal the winners...Home | Daily Mail Online
West Ham vs Man City: David Moyes’ side continue surge with penalty shoot-out win in the Carabao Cup
West Ham United’s excellent week continued with a resolute display at home to Manchester City in the Carabao Cup before winning on penalties after a 0-0 draw.London News | London Evening Standard -...
Universe review – Brian Cox’s trip to the stars is sheer cosmic cowardice
As the professor guides us through the solar system via excessive CGI and poetic chat, you can’t help but think his latest quest would be more effective if it wasn’t so dumbed downI don’t know how you make an hour-long programme that takes you slowly through 14bn years of history, but the BBC and Prof Brian Cox have done it with the first episode of Universe. Possibly it is a space-time paradox that only the good professor himself could solve. (Please do not write in if I deployed the phrase “space-time paradox” incorrectly. I am an arts graduate who begins this series not entirely sure whether solar systems are bigger than galaxies, and needs this programme very much, even if I cannot honestly say I enjoy it.)The four-part BBC Two series, as you have probably guessed from the title, will eventually deal with just about everything astrophysical. But the opener is all about stars – especially our big yin, the sun. It is pegged to Nasa’s Parker solar probe’s mission, though mentions of this are brief bookends. In between, Cox does his thing. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
Queen holds first telephone meeting with Prime Minister in three weeks
The 95-year-old monarch was cancelled her attendance at a high-profile Cop26 evening engagement on Monday,London News | London Evening Standard -...