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The Republican National Convention concluded Thursday under the theme "Land of Greatness" with President Trump formally accepting the GOP nomination from the White House.
Due to COVID-19, gender disparities in unpaid care work have more than tripled — women have experienced job losses at a higher rate than men for the first time in history.
For all the horror of 2020, these are the lessons we must take with us into the New Year, writes Joanna Whitehead
From what to plant now, to the must-have tools to have on hand, this is everything you need to cultivate a green space
Steve Bannon, who played a lead role in the closing months of Trump’s 2016 campaign and then in the early stages of his presidency, told NBC News that the former vice president appeared to be “stealing notes from [the] 2016 playbook.”
The announcement came a day after the musician won favorite male Latin artist and favorite Latin album for “YHLQMDLG” at the American Music Awards.
There's at least one thing the pandemic hasn't changed: Private equity firms entered the Covid-19 crisis flush with cash, and they're due to leave it with full pockets, too.
Playing video games may improve your mental health and make you happier, according to a scientific study that used industry data from gaming companies to analyze players' wellbeing.
We all have a mindset about winter — and what we believe seems to inform our mental health. It's important to address your winter dread — or the blues — since the pandemic shows no signs of abating and playing 6 feet apart outside with others is the safest bet.
In a wild, tangent-filled and often contentious press briefing led by President Donald Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, the Trump campaign's legal team laid out its case for widespread voter fraud in the election. The roughly 90-minute briefing was overflowing with falsehoods and conspiracy theories.
In a last-ditch effort days before they could face deportation, children in federal custody are asking President Donald Trump, President-elect Joe Biden and Congress for help.
Three days a week at 7:00 am, senior Procter & Gamble executives check in with each other about their customers: what they're buying, how their needs are changing and whether the company's products are hitting the mark.
Ban the scale. Eat your favorite foods until they no longer have power over you. Heal your relationship with your body. And welcome to the decades old but now trendy anti-diet called intuitive eating.
For nearly two weeks angry young Nigerians have taken to the streets, blocking major roads across cities in Africa's most populous nation. They marched in tens of thousands chanting "Enough is Enough" against police brutality and violence.
Prior to the pandemic, Generation Z had offered the prospect that inequality in America might finally narrow, at least by some measures. Now, with economists expecting that youth will suffer the greatest coronavirus-related economic setbacks among America's workers, those hopes are dimming.
If you're worried about your kids' mental health, particularly because of the Covid-19 pandemic and social distancing mandates, less screen time and more extracurricular activities will help, says a new study.
Twenty-five police officers in Prince George's County, Maryland, are on medical leave after the Prince George's County Police Department changed its grooming policy because of the coronavirus.
Exclusive: Campaigners say Priti Patel’s ‘politically driven’ bid to deport migrants arriving in small boats has led to a dramatic surge in self-harm as trafficking and torture survivors are locked up despite vulnerabilities
Lucy Shrimpton investigates the latest holiday portmanteau
After a long week at work in August 2015, Thae Ohu relaxed with friends at a barracks party in Okinawa. She felt safe with them, and she had more than a couple of drinks.
Exclusive: The former Wallabies flanker says ‘the time is right’ to hang up his boots after a 14-year career
Enforced absence during lockdown serves as a reminder how much playing sport – however badly – enhances our lives
The government is considering a more flexible approach to outdoor sports banned as part of the new lockdown measures, with golf, tennis and swimming in line for reprieves
From a charming cockatiel to cuddly guinea pigs, here are some of the pets you welcomed into your homes during lockdown
Research based on playing time data showed gamers reported greater wellbeing
First it was moisturiser. Then waxing. Now guys are opting for nail polish after upping their grooming during lockdown
Food with heavy environmental impact should be taxed by 2025 unless food industry acts voluntarily, says alliance
Young people worst affected with almost half of those aged 18-24 reporting moderate to severe distress
Research finds young people in England feel growing distress about the future of the planet
Refusing to sack Priti Patel is symptomatic of Boris Johnson’s approach to leading the country
Group stages debt and tax strikes to expose ‘political economy’s complicity’ in ecological crisis
The travel industry is moving ahead with plans to ensure a coronavirus vaccine means tourism and travel, both domestically and internationally, can quickly be revived.
The study disproved those who are dying were already close to the end.
We need a Congress willing to put aside hyper-partisanship and work together to help their country in crisis.
A greater danger to Americans’ Thanksgiving celebrations lies not in meat shortages, but in one of the most common foodborne pathogens: salmonella.
Ultimately, decision-makers recognize that food systems need to change course.
Should the Supreme Court agree with Catholic Social Services, state and local governments across the country could be forced to permit discrimination in their foster care systems,
Our health is interconnected across national borders. Ebola and coronavirus made this deadly clear. The integrity of forests from the Congo to Borneo and Brazil impact my health directly, whether I live in Jakarta, Johannesburg or Jacksonville, Fla.
George Floyd's life had its highs and lows, but his friends and family said he was "a gentle giant."
Guard ready for unrest but hopes to stay in background — New effort to prevent military suicides
Exclusive: Lawyer receiving ‘significant number’ of calls and emails about refunds and reductions
The Oct. 17 wedding at a Long Island country club included 113 guests.
Grindelwald has already proven to be far cleverer and more dangerous than Voldemort.
The airline's CEO said vaccines will be a "necessity" for travelers flying international.
How to stay well in dark times
Coconut oil is heavy in unhealthy saturated fats, the professor warns
Pupils in S4 to S6 and their teachers will have to wear face coverings in classrooms in level 3 and 4 areas.
Far-right president remains conspicuously silent over Joe Biden’s victory over ally Donald Trump
To certain people, mingling at a party or talking to a crowded room is the stuff of nightmares. Why are some of us hardwired to be shy?
Tanveer Ahmed Rafique returned to Pakistan-administered Kashmir where he has campaigned for independence.
Africa Eye uncovers a thriving market for children stolen to order in Kenya's capital.
Businesses have planned online events including wreath-making and murder mystery parties.
As society looks to rebound from Covid-19, the ideas and resources we need to cope and succeed will look different than before.
Government-backed schemes to tackle bullying of LGBT pupils in English schools have funding pulled.
Kylie Moore-Gilbert thanks those who worked towards her release, which Iran says was a prisoner exchange.
British-Australian lecturer Kylie Moore-Gilbert endured two years of "incredible hardship".
The US economy grew 7.4% in Q3, or 33.1% at an annualized rate. Many economists say growth is slowing down without another stimulus package.
Dr Dominic Pimenta quit his NHS job after threatening to do so if Dominic Cummings did not resign.
Health tracking could mitigate pandemic-related risks, but will employees see it as an invasion of their privacy?
Your brain hates uncertainty. But the good news is that you can do something to get to the other side of ambiguity (at least for a little while).
Covid-19 has increased anxiety for many of us, and experts warn a sizable minority could be left with mental health problems that outlast the pandemic.
Companies are looking to the post-Covid future. For many, the vision is a model that combines remote work and office time.
Video chat is helping us stay employed and connected. But what makes it so tiring - and how can we reduce ‘Zoom fatigue’?
When “gaslighting” was coined it referred to misogynistic emotional abuse, but it is clear far more of us are suffering than we may realise.
The latest research suggests that the news can shape us in surprising ways – from our perception of risk to the content of our dreams, to our chances of having a heart attack.
In conversations with Business Insider, CEOs make the case for leaving gyms open and why they believe closing them is a threat to public health.
The next time you visit a hotel, expect big changes for procedures around cleaning, check-in, temperature checks, and amenities.
Rory Cellan-Jones looks at the goals for electric cars - and how close the tech is to power them.
Spas and complementary therapists say they will not survive the pandemic if they cannot reopen.
Known for great winter sports and beautiful summers, Lake Tahoe attracts families and adventurers year-round. Here are the best hotels in the area.
Many Destin hotels have reopened with new social distancing guidelines; we rounded up the best picks with details on their COVID-19 policies.
The ITV2 reality show will not go ahead with this summer's series, but it will return in 2021.
Year 12 English literature pupils may not have to study novels in the coming year.
Feel like you’re going mad after weeks without being touched by another person? Helen Coffey finds out why we crave human contact
On top of the pandemic, the holidays may add extra stress and anxiety to your life. Here's how professionals say you should cope.
More than two in five children feel their life lacks purpose
We are working with conservation charity Space for Giants to protect wildlife at risk from poachers due to the conservation funding crisis caused by Covid-19. Help is desperately needed to support wildlife rangers, local communities and law enforcement personnel to prevent wildlife crime
Rearranged Olympic Games produces a direct clash with all three Lions Tests against the Springboks, but kick-off times are set to move to avoid any crossover with events in Tokyo
Former world No 1’s advocacy for equality between men and women in sport is well known
CBeebies’ longest-serving presenter is beloved among children for his songs with band The Odd Socks. Now he’s turning his attention to confronting bullying in schools. He talks to Helen Brown about sexist Glasto engineers, why we need more music education in schools and how to face down oppressors
More than 254,000 people have now died from the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S.
Ash has caught so many Pokémon throughout his journey, but some never seem to get a chance to shine.
Mexico's new president, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, takes office on Dec. 1. A look at what Mexico could become under his ruling.
BAFTA is in talks with distributors regarding eligibility for films for next year’s awards season given that many won’t be released theatrically due to the coronavirus. A BAFTA spokesperson s…
The UK version of The Apprentice has been postponed for a year by the BBC amid the coronavirus pandemic. In a statement on Wednesday, the show said: “Sadly we have decided to postpone The App…
To Native Americans, reparations can vary from sovereignty and land to being heard
Sinclair Broadcast Group has dropped plans to air a segment that included a doctor who has advanced the conspiracy theory that Dr. Anthony Fauci was responsible for the creation of the coronavirus.…
Another key piece has fallen out of the Mipcom Jenga stack, with major indie Banijay confirming it will no longer attend the event. “Banijay has taken the decision not to attend this year’s physica…
The story is part of Deadline’s Reopening Hollywood series. After months of brainstorming and negotiations, the Hollywood studios and unions adopted rigorous safety protocols to get TV produ…
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EXCLUSIVE: Stars from film, TV, music, sports and other arenas will take part in Stories from Tomorrow, a social media fundraising initiative aimed at ensuring children around the world have access…
The president's niece wrote a new book about Donald Trump.
Jason Miller, Symone Sanders, Gov. Jay Inslee and Sen. Jeff Merkley were on "This Week" Sunday, September 6. This is a rush transcript and may be updated.
BAFTA has said it plans to hold its Game Awards behind closed doors amid the growing threat of coronavirus. Instead of holding a red carpet event at the Queen Elizabeth Hall on April 2, BAFTA will …
From medical news to government advice, and from home-working tools to financial advice and wellbeing tips, The Independent offers no scare stories, no hype – just the in-depth analysis and trusted features you need during an extraordinary situation.
At Google’s 2018 I/O developer conference, the company debuted a new suite of “digital well-being” aimed at helping Android users better manage their screen time. At its 2019 event, it expanded its tools’ capabilities and improved the related parental controls. Although Goog…
Half a century on from the summer of love, marijuana is big business and mindfulness a workplace routine. Nat Segnit asks how the movement found itself at the heart of capitalism
Google’s CEO is due to testify in a congressional antitrust hearing.
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