New York City sued over 'unlawful' programme sending homeless families to live in 'uninhabitable' conditions in New Jersey

Newark officials say housing voucher system is 'coerced migration'
Load more
Go to source
unread news (Demo user)
unread news (Demo user)
Teenager admits throwing boy, 6, from tenth floor bridge at Tate Modern
Jonty Bravery, 18, pleaded guilty at the Old bailey this afternoon.
9 m
Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
A woman in Stockport is handing out sleeping bags you can wear to people sleeping rough - and needs money for more
Gail McDermott has launched an online campaign to raise funds
Manchester Evening News: Number one for news, opinion, sport & celebrity gossip
From ‘heavy’ scenes to ‘realistic’ radiation burns: Chernobyl’s Emily Watson talks award-winning series
Emily opened up on some of the darker sides of the show.
Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
This Maryland Democrat voted for Bernie Sanders in 2016. Now, she's all in for Elizabeth Warren
'I like that she has a plan, and a focus, and a response for the issues'
The Independent | News | UK and Worldwide News | Newspaper
Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield’s This Morning interview with Boris Johnson sparks 150 Ofcom complaints
149 complaints in 25 hours.
Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
I won't stop Gareth Bale from playing golf, says Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane
Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane says he will not ask Gareth Bale to stop playing golf.
London News | London Evening Standard - London's newspaper
Police dog handler - and his dog Dash - praised for detaining killer in
PC Jonathan Mann received a Chief Constable's commendation for his work, with police dog Dash
Manchester Evening News: Number one for news, opinion, sport & celebrity gossip
Why is #BillieEilishIsOverParty trending on Twitter? The Bad Guy singer's beef with Lady Gaga
17-year-old musician Billie Eilish is vegan
London News | London Evening Standard - London's newspaper
Fantasy football scout tips for gameweek 17: Alexandre Lacazette, Dele Alli, Danny Ings and more
How many of our picks are in your team?
The Independent | News | UK and Worldwide News | Newspaper
Widow with cancer lives off food banks... she was turned down for Universal Credit payment
Deborah Parsons says she's afraid of putting the heating on as she's so broke
Manchester Evening News: Number one for news, opinion, sport & celebrity gossip
Hooded thug asks innocent passer-by for the time... then slashes him in brutal attack
The 43-year-old was attacked suddenly in Rochdale by a man who asked him for the time
Manchester Evening News: Number one for news, opinion, sport & celebrity gossip
Review: Gypsy at the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester
Everything's Coming Up Roses for the Royal Exchange in this triumphant revival of the Broadway classic
Manchester Evening News: Number one for news, opinion, sport & celebrity gossip
Steam poured from blind killer’s head as he was executed by electric chair
Leroy 'Lee' Hall also hyper-extended one of his pinkie fingers as he was put to death for the 1991 murder of girlfriend Traci Crozier
Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Review: White Lies at Manchester Academy 1
The trio were in town to tour latest album Five
Manchester Evening News: Number one for news, opinion, sport & celebrity gossip
Can Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal avoid a border in the Irish Sea?
We test the PM’s claim that Great Britain-Northern Ireland trade will remain frictionlessLatest election news – live updatesThere will be no border in the Irish Sea as a result of Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal. Continue reading...
News, sport and opinion from the Guardian's UK edition | The Guardian
‘Quietly confident’: SNP talk up chances in Jo Swinson's seat
Lib Dems say talk of leader losing East Dunbartonshire seat is mischief-making, but SNP candidate senses disquietSenior Liberal Democrats have dismissed as mischief-making suggestions that the party leader, Jo Swinson, is on a “shoogly peg” in her own seat of East Dunbartonshire, as the SNP work flat-out to consolidate their strong showing in the EU elections in this strongly remain constituency.At a rally in Edinburgh on Thursday evening, Scottish Lib Dem activists were in buoyant mood – perhaps thanks to more modest expectation management north of the border. Continue reading...
News, sport and opinion from the Guardian's UK edition | The Guardian
Ironbridge cooling towers demolition: Watch the dramatic moment iconic power station chimneys collapse
This is the dramatic moment the cooling towers at the historic Ironbridge Power Station were demolished.
London News | London Evening Standard - London's newspaper
Pep Guardiola gives Mikel Arteta Man City manager backing amid Arsenal and Everton links
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola spoke about Mikel Arteta's future with the coach linked with Arsenal and Everton.
Manchester Evening News: Number one for news, opinion, sport & celebrity gossip
Joe Biden's 'look, fat' moment wasn't good. But the way his team dealt with it was even worse
There's no excuse for such poor handling of an issue, even if Donald Trump's needling is deeply unfair
The Independent | News | UK and Worldwide News | Newspaper
Caroline Flack shares racy naked snap in the bath with cryptic message
The Love Island host posed in a bathtub with a sweet message to fans ahead of the new series of the love show
Mirror Online: The intelligent tabloid. #madeuthink
Jose Mourinho: Tottenham players must be angry, not sad, after defeats
Jose Mourinho has urged his Tottenham players to "be raging" in response to defeats after discovering a "sad dressing room" in the wake of the loss at Manchester United on Wednesday.
London News | London Evening Standard - London's newspaper
Krept and Konan review – rap giants find glorious vindication
O2 Arena, LondonThis UK duo prove the best revenge is living well in a flawless gig that begins with a flash and ends with heart and soul‘I feel like everything has led up to this moment.” These are the solemn words of UK rapper Krept (real name: Casyo Johnson) in a short film titled The Road to the O2, which documents him and musical partner Konan (Karl Wilson) on their journey from being independent artists to headlining the 20,000-strong venue. But does that sense of occasion translate to the show itself? Within two minutes of it beginning – with a 3D re-creation of the old-fashioned sweetshop on their album cover, a sprinkling of pyrotechnics, a choreographed fleet of hooded figures pretending to be Krept and Konan, and the appearance of four giant inflatable goats – the answer is a resounding yes.This is not to say that Krept and Konan rely on gimmicks. After the flashy showmanship of their intro, all they need to unite the room is the bolshy, instantly recognisable force of their six-year-old hit Don’t Waste My Time. Leaders in UK rap for a decade (their aforementioned documentary includes footage of their first-ever gig, opening for Skepta in 2011), the two have an easy chemistry that’s magnetic to watch: they slide effortlessly from hip-hop singles to grime freestyles to dancehall-inflected album cuts. Continue reading...
News, sport and opinion from the Guardian's UK edition | The Guardian
Kanye West lost in thought as he heads out in unreleased Yeezy crocs
Yeezy Foam Rollers for all!
Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
We dare you not to cry at this baby getting her hearing aid switched on
Get the tissues ready.
Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
The gift to every Salford resident from upcoming colossal 154-acre RHS Bridgewater
The £44m project is due to open next summer
Manchester Evening News: Number one for news, opinion, sport & celebrity gossip
Brexit to drag on as EU drops commitment to get trade deal done quickly
Two leaked drafts seen by The Independent show the EU position is hardening
The Independent | News | UK and Worldwide News | Newspaper
Manchester United told how to cause Man City upset in Manchester derby
Former Man Utd defender Wes Brown has spoken ahead of the Manchester derby about how Man Utd can pull off a shock result.
Manchester Evening News: Number one for news, opinion, sport & celebrity gossip
Manchester derby predictions as Mirror Football writers look ahead to Man City vs Man Utd
Saturday evening sees the 179th Manchester derby take place at the Etihad Stadium as Pep Guardiola and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer take each other on for only the second time
Mirror Online: The intelligent tabloid. #madeuthink
Elon Musk trial: Billionaire's lawyer demands apology from man he called 'pedo guy'
'I'm not sure how I need to apologise. It was my opinion at the time and I stand by that opinion,' says Vernon Unsworth
The Independent | News | UK and Worldwide News | Newspaper
Joseph McCann was a tearaway at 14 - receiving one of Britain's first ASBOs
Evil sex beast Joseph McCann spent his childhood in Manchester stealing, setting fire to cars and terrorising his terrified neighbours, becoming one of the first in Britain to get an ASBO, aged just 14.
Home | Daily Mail Online
Someone paid $120,000 for a banana duct-taped to a wall – because it’s art
Buyers have to replace the banana themselves when it starts to rot.
Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
How to watch general election results: Guests and timings on each main channel
Come 10pm it will be too late to vote but a whole night of political excitement awaits as the results begin to pour in and viewers have a wide choice for how they spend the night with the BBC, Sky, Channel Four, ITV all competing for your attention
Mirror Online: The intelligent tabloid. #madeuthink
Liverpool fire: Skelmersdale Concourse Shopping Centre ablaze – shoppers evacuated
SHOPPERS were evacuated from Skelmersdale Concourse Shopping Centre after reports of a fire with thick smoke seen billowing from the building.
UK News | World News | Breaking News and Opinion | Express.co.uk
Jacqueline Jossa’s mum thanks I’m A Celeb fans for supporting her as she breaks down in tears
It was an emotional night on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here.
Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Worried about the election? Don’t – it’s as futile as rewriting the past | Oliver Burkeman
When you fret about the future, you’re demanding reassurance, yet this is something it can never give youThere’s a good chance that you’re worried, right now, about what the future holds. I raise this in the context of next week’s election and Brexit, of course, but that situation’s hardly unique: many of us are always worried about what the future holds, in some domain – and still would be even if politics suddenly started going our way. Which makes this as good a time as any to recall what a strange emotion worry is. No matter how much badness is in store for you, once you’ve taken whatever precautions you can, worry is largely useless. In prehistory, when threats were immediate and physical, a surge of anxiety could motivate evasive action. But that’s not true of most modern worries, whether they’re political, environmental, related to your job, your relationship or your kids; instead, the anxiety just hangs around and feeds on itself. Honestly, it might be preferable just to have to outrun a sabre-toothed tiger every few weeks.It’s interesting to consider the asymmetry in our feelings about the future versus the past. Looking ahead, life’s unpredictability maddens us, and we worry because we feel, if subconsciously, that doing so will help bring the future under our control. (Or we act hyper-cautiously, also in hopes of controlling the future: “Dad suggests arriving at airport 14 hours early,” reads an Onion headline, apparently inspired by my childhood.) Yet, looking backwards – and I know I risk sounding like I’ve been consuming substances derived from the leaf of the cannabis plant here – isn’t it odd that we’re untroubled by the zigzagging path of coincidence and unpredictability that brought us to this point? Continue reading...
News, sport and opinion from the Guardian's UK edition | The Guardian
Andy Ruiz vs Anthony Joshua 2: Challenger three stone lighter at weigh-in ahead of rematch
Joshua is at his lowest weight since 2014 for the heavyweight world title rematch
The Independent | News | UK and Worldwide News | Newspaper
Shane Sutton evidence ruled admissible in Dr Richard Freeman tribunal
Shane Sutton's explosive evidence at the medical tribunal into former British Cycling and Team Sky doctor Richard Freeman was this morning deemed admissible to the case.
London News | London Evening Standard - London's newspaper
Boris Johnson cancels speech last minute after handful of protesters turn up
The Tories said the visit was dropped due to 'logistical reasons'.
Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
My sister is a nightmare at Christmas. Do we spend it together?
As with all sibling issues, says Annalisa Barbieri, the cause of these feelings must go way backEvery year, I dread Christmas. My sister has no children or partner, is independent and retired; I have a husband and a teenage son. Our parents are dead. I don’t like my sister: she is a feminist, political, clumsy, loud and overbearing. She has said that we are welcome to stay with her for Christmas (she lives abroad, but not too far), but I can’t do that; there’s nothing for my son at her house, and I can’t afford a hotel and three flights. She said she could come to us, but told us not to worry if we are busy. I feel pressured to reply. Continue reading...
News, sport and opinion from the Guardian's UK edition | The Guardian
Harvey Weinstein, 67, is almost unrecognizable as he hobbles into court
The 67-year-old looked frailer than at his last appearance, clinging on to one of his aides as he made his way into the courthouse while another carried a cane.
Home | Daily Mail Online
Watford in talks with Nigel Pearson to take manager’s job till end of season
• Pearson’s deal could be extended if spell is successful• Former Leicester manager sacked by OH Leuven in FebruaryWatford are closing in on the appointment of Nigel Pearson to succeed the sacked Quique Sánchez Flores, after opening talks with the former Leicester manager. Pearson stands to be given a deal until the end of the season, although there would be scope to extend that if he were to be successful.Pearson last managed in Belgium – he was sacked by OH Leuven in February – and the 56-year-old would face a huge challenge to revive Watford. They are bottom of the Premier League, having won once in the competition all season, and lag seven points off safety. Continue reading...
News, sport and opinion from the Guardian's UK edition | The Guardian
British couple banned from adopting because of their Indian heritage
Sandeep and Reena Mander applied to join a register of approved adopters, but were told their chances would improve if they decided to adopt in India or Pakistan.
Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Chris Dobey in bullish mood ahead of PDC World Championship challenge: ‘I’m there to win it!’
Hollywood is ready to become a star
Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Asda launch tree-shaped Christmas dinner pizza topped with pigs in blankets
Asda is now selling a festive pizza - essentially a margherita pizza... but topped with Christmas trimmings including turkey, stuffing and of course, pigs in blankets
Mirror Online: The intelligent tabloid. #madeuthink
Jurassic dinosaur footprints are discovered in 1980's 'paving slabs' at Chinese World Heritage site
Various Jurassic dinosaur footprints were uncovered by Palaeontologists from China University of Geosciences at the Chengde Mountain Resort, Chengde city, 140 miles north of Beijing.
Home | Daily Mail Online