"Next question is, am I OK?"
"Next question is, am I OK?"
Ja’Mari Oliver’s school held a protest march Wednesday at a Safeway store where he was wrongly accused of stealing a sandwich.
They came, they saw, they went home. Dozens of French fishing vessels descended on Jersey today - before retreating after talks were held to ease tensions over post-Brexit fishing rights. An estimated 70 boats approached St Helier, red flares raging and foghorns blasting. Our Paris Correspondent Henry Samuel was on one of the French fishing boats that lay siege to the port. Watch video below of how he laughed uneasily at jokes of him being made to walk the plank. Prime Minister Boris Johnson this afternoon said that two Royal Navy ships will remain stationed off Jersey until the blockade is resolved. "We will go back, and next time it will be war," said one of the famously hot-headed French fishermen. View all the best pictures from a day of high drama.
‘I just thought it would be a cool experience’, says volunteer
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Ms Jenner is running to replace California’s Democratic governor Gavin Newsom in a recall election
Attacks against Asian Americans have surged 169 per cent during first quarter of 2021 compared to same period last year, study says
Liz Cheney’s days in GOP leadership appear numbered
Strong sales results from Coach's parent as well as from the maker of Wrangler and Lee jeans offer the latest evidence that shoppers' spending on fashion and accessories is rebounding to pre-pandemic levels. Tapestry Inc. on Thursday reported fiscal third-quarter results that beat Wall Street estimates as spending on luxury goods rebounded from a deep malaise last year. “While the environment remains volatile, we see encouraging signs of recovery as vaccination efforts progress, resulting in increased consumer confidence, strong demand for our categories, and improving in-store traffic trends,” said Joanne Crevoiserat, CEO of Tapestry, in a statement.
Asian shares were mixed Thursday on cautious optimism about upcoming company earnings reports showing some recovery from the damage of the coronavirus pandemic. Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 jumped 2.0% in morning trading to 29,391.19, in the first session after the Golden Week series of national holidays. Hong Kong's Hang Seng inched up nearly 0.1% to 28,436.53, while the Shanghai Composite slipped 0.4% to 3,433.39.
Congresswoman has repeatedly called for the senator to resign
Facebook has called for a review of Mr Trump’s indefinite suspension
‘We have a trespass warning for you from Disney. You’re no longer allowed on the property’
‘I couldn’t protect my child... he was in a stroller that was slowly rolling away, so it’s definitely very scary,’ father says
‘They want a woman who isn’t a ‘threat’ to them’
Bill and Melinda Gates announced their decision to end their marriage
Senator Bernie Sanders accused Republican senator Mitch McConnell of making ‘the rich richer’ in America
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America’s top diplomat warns Moscow ahead of Ukraine visit
Former commander-in-chief busy calling into cable news channels, firing out press releases and posting on ‘glorified blog’ away from social media spotlight
‘Day to day life was wake up, get assaulted... He sexually assaulted me many times throughout the day’