Though in later years he fell from fashion, his rabbinical style in early routines felt very much like live comedy’s native tongueIf Jackie Mason could speak to us now, he’d surely be reporting back on the amusing ways in which Jews do the afterlife. But if we’ll...
If Britain wants to resolve the Northern Ireland protocol, this is not the way to do it | Anand Menon and Jill Rutter
The UK has legitimate concerns about the deal, but threatening to tear it up will destroy the trust that’s so vitalTaking responsibility should be the flipside of taking back control. But admissions of responsibility are in short supply in the government document...
Exclusive: Analysis raises questions about the organisation’s safeguarding procedures‘Negligently amateur’: Survivor decries Scouts’ inquiry into alleged abuse at 13More than 250 people in the UK and Ireland have been convicted of child sexual abuse offences committed...
‘We have had people under 30 in intensive care,’ says Prof Adam Finn of the Joint Committee on Vaccination and ImmunisationYoung people are getting “seriously ill” from Covid-19, a member of the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation has warned, as he urged...
Dixie fire has already leveled more than a dozen houses while other blazes batter the westFlames racing through rugged terrain in northern California destroyed multiple homes on Saturday as the state’s largest wildfire intensified and numerous other blazes battered...
Experts warn of danger of untraceable funds if companies accepting payments in cryptos go bustThe government could face “limitless” losses as a result of businesses that accept payments in untaxed and untraceable cryptocurrencies going bust, an insolvency expert has...
Indonesia has become Asia's COVID-19 epicentre with hospitals overwhelmed, particularly in Java and Bali.
As Mexico’s reservoirs run dry, the people stuck on the drying lake beds wonder how they will survive.
Most of the stands at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics remain empty of fans due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Twitter Unblocked Accounts That Criticized India’s Government. Now, Its Employees Are Being Threatened With Jail Time Unless It Blocks Them Again.
The social media company is refusing an order to take down accounts the government wants gone.View Entire Post ›
The biggest star known to man is 1,700 times larger than the sun!View Entire Post ›
Google And Apple Have Caved To Pakistani Pressure To Take Down Apps Made By This Persecuted Religious Minority
The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority has used anti-blasphemy rules to target members of the Ahmadiyya community.View Entire Post ›
COVID-19 Vaccinations In Israel Are Starting To Curb The Pandemic, But Not Everyone Is Getting Shots
But difficulties convincing some groups to get their shots point to big challenges that lie ahead for other nations — especially the US.View Entire Post ›
The viral video looked too absurd to be real, but online sleuths were able to quickly verify its location.View Entire Post ›
The government order to block included a movie star, a political commentator, and a prominent magazine. Their accounts have all been restored.View Entire Post ›
In an internal post, the company outlined how it will try to protect people opposing Myanmar’s military coup.View Entire Post ›
The famed US stand-up comedian and actor voiced Krusty the Clown's father in The Simpsons.
The Government Wants To Protect Troops From Microwave Weapons, Which Trump Officials Considered Using On Immigrants
A December request for contract proposals calls microwave weapons “a growing threat on the battlefield.”View Entire Post ›
The meteor is believed to have landed in a forest after flashes of light were seen across Norway.
Violent Protests Erupted In India. Then Calls For Police To Shoot The Protesters Went Viral On Twitter.
Twitter did not take “Shoot” off its trending topics for at least a couple of hours — after there was public outcry and after BuzzFeed News emailed asking for comment.View Entire Post ›