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Sep 25 05:38

The sky-high cost of tour that tore Royal Family apart: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's African trip cost £245,000 making it the most expensive jaunt by The Firm last year, as total travel bill hits £5.3m

The trip to South Africa, Botswana, Angola and Malawi had been billed as one of showpiece events of the year
But couple left months of work by staff and diplomats in tatters after they launched a rebuke against the press

Sep 25 05:37

That's definitely worse than a hangover! People reveal their biggest drunken regrets - from 'washing' sheets in the toilet to setting a passport on FIRE

People from around the world revealed their biggest regrets from getting drunk
Posting on Whisper, many said they've tried to make a romantic move on a friend
One person wet the bed and mistook the toilet for being the washing machine

Sep 25 05:37

Julian Assange binge-watched footage of war criminal killing himself in court after losing his case, extradition hearing is told

Julian Assange 'binge-watched' footage of a war criminal killing himself in court after losing his case, a witness has said.

Sep 25 05:31

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says China's New York consulate is a spy hub and warns more arrests could be made after Tibetan-born NYPD cop was charged with being a Chinese 'intelligence asset'

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says China's New York consulate is a major spy hub after a New York City police officer was charged this week with spying for the Chinese government.

Sep 25 05:31

Mom dresses her two boys in RBG's signature collar to pay respects to the women's rights icon at the Supreme Court

A mother dressed her kids up in a makeshift version of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's signature collar to pay their respects to the late judge outside the Supreme Court.

Sep 25 05:28

China's vast network of 're-education camps' and prisons where hundreds of thousands of Uyghur Muslims are detained is growing, new Australian mapping project reveals

The largest and most extensive database of China's brutal 're-education camps' has been mapped by a team of Australian researchers.

Sep 25 05:28

Grandmother, 78, holds man up with a SHOTGUN after she catches him trying to break into her house in the middle of the night

A Washington state grandmother has been hailed a hero for holding a man at gunpoint after he tried to burglarize her house.

Sep 25 05:15

US President Donald Trump offers help on India-China border tensions — again

His new comments come on the heels of India’s Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar, calling the five-month-long stand-off at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) between India and China “unprecedented.”

Speaking at the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Development Impact Summit, Jaishankar said the border tensions were only one part of a much bigger picture.

Sep 25 03:48

Policewoman, 32, and married officer, 35, are sacked over secret sex flings while they were meant to be on duty – after top brass used GPS to track their squad cars to her home address

Zoe Phillips and Andrew Perry resigned from Gwent Police as affair came to light
Pair barred from force after panel ruled actions amounted to gross misconduct
The officers' trysts were snared after an anonymous tip-off made to the force

Sep 25 00:28

A voting advocacy group recorded over 40,000 new voter registrations in the 2 days after the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

“I do think that the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg has galvanized eligible voters, in particular, who understand the role of the Supreme Court and are concerned about the future of civil rights,” Carolyn DeWitt, president of Rock the Vote, told CNBC on Tuesday.

Sep 24 22:59

Pelosi not considering another Trump impeachment: ‘I don’t think he’s worth the trouble at this point

Comments came on one-year anniversary of Pelosi announcing the first impeachment inquiry

Sep 24 22:09

Democrats Pivot To In-Person Voting, Fear Mail-In Could Lead To Problems

Democratic politicians and groups are beginning to push voters to vote in person or hand deliver their absentee ballots as concerns grow over what a flood of mail-in ballots may mean for the election.

Sep 24 22:09

‘It’s Good For Business’: Berkeley To Ban Junk Food From Grocery Store Check-Out Line Shelves

The Berkeley City Council voted unanimously on Tuesday to ban grocery stores from displaying junk food, sugary drinks, and other processed foods in store check-out lines, where shoppers are tempted to make final impulse purchases before paying.

Sep 24 22:08

Charles Barkley blasts movement to defund police: 'Who are black people supposed to call? Ghostbusters?'

NBA legend Charles Barkley says he is not a fan of the political movement pushing for the defunding of police departments, arguing Thursday that pulling officers off the streets would hurt lower income black communities the most while asking, "Who are black people supposed to call? Ghostbusters?"

Sep 24 22:02

Investigation Launched After Absentee Ballots Found Along Road In Swing State, Report Says

The U.S. Postal Service has reportedly launched an investigation after mail—including absentee ballots—were discovered this week along a road in the swing state of Wisconsin.

Sep 24 22:01

Pelosi on prospect of another Trump impeachment: 'I don't think he's worth the trouble at this point'

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) signaled Thursday that Democrats would not pursue impeaching President Donald Trump again with Election Day so close on the horizon, telling reporters, "I don't think he's worth the trouble at this point."

Sep 24 21:59

Louisville church offers safe haven to protesters from police after curfew begins; white people told to get 'the f*** out!'

A church in Louisville, Kentucky, opened its doors and offered safe haven to protesters who would otherwise be arrested after a police curfew began.

Sep 24 21:19

Larynzo D. Johnson Charged in Shooting of Two Louisville Officers During Black Lives Matter Riot

Larynzo Johnson, 26, was arrested and charged with two counts of assault on a police officer and 14 counts of wanton endangerment for allegedly shooting two cops during a Black Lives Matter riot on Wednesday night in Louisville.