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Conservative former minister hired by Singapore firm owning £500 million property empire leased to the UK government
Alun Cairns, the ex-Secretary of State for Wales, will earn nearly £360 an hour to provide advice to a Singaporean firm that owns over 120 jobcentres.
Three astronauts successfully take off for China's longest ever human spaceflight mission.
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“He killed my baby. You know he killed my baby,” a woman was heard shouting.
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A driver was charged with operating under the influence in a fatal crash in Lawrence.
Participants on the show's seventh series will also receive "comprehensive" psychological support.
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MacKenzie Scott puts her money where her heart is, including to help FIU’s minority students | Editorial
Here’s what’s so great about MacKenzie Scott’s $40 million gift to Florida International University: No one begged her for the money; there was no dog-and-pony show to get her to write a check. She just did it because she is concerned about the wealth gap in America. And there are no strings attached.
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The Fixer Upper star shares five little ones with his wife, Joanna Gaines Originally Appeared on Architectural Digest
UK faces shortage of home-reared chickens as EU workers stay away, says trade group.
Plans to tackle ransomware hackers starts on shaky ground with a disagreement over who is responsible.
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Black L.A. reflects on first Juneteenth memories
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Tuesday was a good day to be a Carolina Panthers defensive player.
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Some hospitals are delaying elective surgeries due to the blood shortage, according to the American Red Cross.
OnlyFans model says she was kicked out of a $26,000-a-week vacation rental for posting a bikini image at the pool
OnlyFans model Karley Stokes said that after she posted her poolside photo, a security guard arrived to escort her group out of the Florida property.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) announced Thursday that he opposes the compromise on Democrats' sweeping voting rights bill proposed by Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.).Why it matters: Voting legislation requires 60 votes to pass in the Senate. Without Republican support, it is unlikely to pass. Manchin is the sole Democratic senator who has not signed on to the For the People Act, insisting that it's too partisan.Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for fre
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FacebookJust months before he was murdered alongside his mother, Paul Murdaugh, the 22-year-old son of a prominent South Carolina prosecutor, received death threats for his role in a drunken boating accident that left a teen girl dead, family members revealed Thursday.“I didn’t think it was a credible threat—if it was, I would have tried to do something or notify someone,” John Marvin Murdaugh, one of Paul’s uncles, told Good Morning America in the first family interview since the murders. “But
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For a hopelessly divided ideological court, the Supreme Court seems to be saying a lot in one voice about the law and its own institution
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Videos show hordes of people lined up for blocks to get into Disneyland after it dropped its mask mandate
TikTok videos show thousands of people lined up outside the theme park after it dropped mask mandates and California allowed a return to full capacity.
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Michael Fanone said on Wednesday he was ‘very cordial’ in interaction with Andrew Clyde in Capitol elevator earlier that day Andrew Clyde in Washington. Fanone said when he tried to shake Clyde’s hand ‘he just stared at me. I asked if he was going to shake my hand, and he told me that he didn’t who know I was.’ Photograph: Michael Brochstein/SOPA Images/REX/Shutterstock A Republican congressman “ran as quickly as he could, like a coward” when a police officer injured in the attack on Congress on
The St. Louis couple who pointed guns at Black Lives Matter protesters from their lawn of the St. Louis mansion last July, pled guilty Thursday to one count of fourth-degree assault as part of a plea deal, reports local NBC affiliate KSDK. Why it matters: Mark McCloskey launched his bid for Missouri's Senate seat last month. Thursday's plea deal will not interfere with his campaign.Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free.Flashback: Mark and Patricia McCloskey w
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A white millionaire Canadian couple who took a private jet to get COVID-19 vaccines meant for indigenous people were only fined $1,900
First Nation members said they were hoping that Rodney and Ekaterina Baker would receive harsher penalties for their January stunt.