New York legislators to pass bill creating a reparations study commission

  (POLITICO) : Slavery remained legal in New York until 1827. And even after that, it remained closely tied to the institution when it continued to exist in southern states. ..

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As Ross Kemp reveals what he looks like with a full head of hair, a glimpse at what other bald A-listers looked like with longer locks - from Stanley Tucci to Tyson Fury and Dwayne Johnson

Ross Kemp is famously known for his bald look but revealed unseen pictures of himself with a head of hair on Thursday.

Antony: Manchester United confirm Brazilian winger is to return to training

Manchester United confirm Brazilian winger Antony is to return to training after allegations of domestic abuse were made against him.

Yes, Misogyny's Thriving In 2023. You Don't Have To Look Hard For Proof.

Three recent news stories which have raised questions about misogyny in the UK There’s no denying it – this week’s news cycle has been particularly tough. What just kicked off the conversation about misogyny? GB News made headlines

Full list of 10 old Wilko stores set to open as Poundland this weekend

All 400 of the collapsed retailer's stores are set to shut

Hollywood's A-list date night! George and Amal Clooney lead the glam 'power' couples as they host Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber, Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz and Emily Blunt and John Krasinski at star-studded charity event in New York City

Hosted by George and Amal Clooney , the glam soiree welcomed a host of showbiz heavy hitters, with an array of A-list pairs using the event as a date night.

West Yorkshire buses: Consultation on London-style bus franchising to launch ahead of decision

A major consultation on how West Yorkshire’s buses are run is set to launch, as the region’s leaders hope to bring the network into public control.

Google AI's chilling warning huge parts of the UK 'will fade out of existence by 2100'

EXCLUSIVE Google's Artificial Intelligence-powered chatbot has made a bold and worrying prediction about how large parts of the United Kingdom will cease to exist in less than 100-years time

These Are the Seven Lawmakers to Watch in Government Shutdown Talks

A US government shutdown is now a near-certainty, with House Republicans unable to even agree on their demands to continue funding federal operations, much less reach a deal with Democrats and President Joe Biden.

Leeds United set to benefit from cash boost after historic Premier League decision

Leeds United could be set to benefit from an increased cash flow as part of a historic new deal.

Council Cuts Scotland: Should facilities close to balance books?

A council has announced it will shut down nearly 40 community facilities - including libraries and swimming pools 

EP: 231 Newmarket, Longchamp & Hong Kong

What a weekend we can look forward to. At Newmarket there’s the Middle Park, Cheveley Park & Royal Lodge Stakes alongside the big-field Cambridgeshire Handicap, all taking place on Saturday afternoon. Then on Sunday it’s the big

Steps stars Claire Richards, 46, and Faye Tozer, 47, detail their perimenopause hell as they lament being left with hormone-induced tiredness, anxiety and rage

They topped the charts throughout the late 90s and early 2000s with their hits Tragedy and 5, 6, 7, 8. 

Conor McGregor invited Arsenal Women's star to pub after 'iconic' World Cup goal

The Arsenal and Republic of Ireland defender racked up significant praise at this summer's Women's World Cup after her sensational goal against Canada

Bank of America upgrades AB InBev, sees margins expanding as brewer leaves Bud Light backlash behind

The firm called the brewer a "relatively defensive stock for the current environment."

Pilot Reveals How to Tell When Plane Has Cleared 'High-Threat Environment'

Kyle Koukol told Newsweek that the chimes you hear on a plane can indicate "something as simple as asking for a cup of coffee" from the cabin crew.

Bombing in Pakistan kills dozens at Muslim celebration

A bombing in southwestern Pakistan on Friday killed at least 52 people and injuried 70 more at a rally for the birthday of the Islamic Prophet Muhammad.

Abused Racehorse Saved From Euthanasia Finally Finds Her Forever Home

"We rescued Jane from one of the worst neglect cases I've ever seen," the sanctuary co-founder Lesley Luckhardt told Newsweek.

'Major incident' declared as school bus overturns on M53

NORTH West Ambulance Service has declared a 'major incident' after a bus carrying school children overturned on the M53 this morning (Friday, September 29).

Who gets next £300 cost of living payment? Full eligibility criteria explained

The £300 cost of living payment is being sent from October 31 to the most vulnerable people and low-income families to help with rising bills

My Mum, Your Dad stars Roger and Janey travel across the country for romantic dates as they enjoy a long-distance relationship after finding love

Postman Roger lost his beloved wife Joanne, 52, to cancer 18 months ago and signed up to the new ITV1 dating show in a bid to move on

Jackie 'O' Henderson busted by airport security for carrying a very risqué item in her luggage: 'I'm mortified'

Jackie 'O' Henderson has revealed that she was busted by airport security with a giant sex toy in her carry on luggage. 

National parks in Utah, Ariz. to stay open if federal government shuts down

The states' governors want to keep tourists flocking to and spending money in areas around the parks. Other states may also keep national parks open.

Office politics

Tim Oldman, boss of the workplace consultancy Leesman, tells Andy Silvester the results of our grand hybrid working experiment are still very much in flux Tim Oldman, as befits a man who runs a workplace consultancy, is asked as

It's Taylor Swift's economy. We're all just living in it.

The NFL, one of America's biggest economic powerhouses, is now Taylor's version.

TfL warns buses, Overground, Elizabeth line and DLR will be 'extremely busy' as Tube strike planned

Union members plan to strike over pay and conditions in October

Countdown star Susie Dent issues stark warning after cancer scare

‘Just beware,' the TV star shared as she opened up on her experience.

Antony available for Manchester United again as police inquiries continue

United have confirmed that the 23-year-old will rejoin training with a view to returning to Erik ten Hag’s side, but he will not involved on Saturday.

Andra Day laughs as she is carried over a puddle by a true gent so she doesn't get her dress wet in rainy New York after leaving the Albie Awards

The R&B singer, 38, was a guest at the Clooney Foundation For Justice's second annual Albie Awards at the New York Public Library in New York City .

Top baby name trends for 2024 - Barbie inspiration, rock icons and 'atmospheric' styles

The top baby names predicted for 2024 have been revealed by name experts - from social media trends to celebrity influences, there has been a huge shift in opting for something less traditional

Kate Middleton 'will NOT attend Prince William's Earthshot Awards ceremony' in Singapore in November in 'huge blow to organisers', sources claim

Kate, 41, will not travel to Singapore with her husband in November and instead stay at home with Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, eight, and Prince Louis, five, reported The Mirror.

Brighton and Hove City Council cash deficit approaches £70m

Cuts and savings totalling £70 million will have to be found if Brighton and Hove City Council is not to join the ranks of “bankrupt” local authorities like Birmingham, Croydon and Slough.

Croydon knifeman on the run as man stabbed minutes away from fatal Elianne Andam attack

The Metropolitan Police were called to a scene in Croydon where a man was stabbed in the early hours of Friday and left with potentially life-changing injuries - as the perpetrator remains on the loose

Closure on M53 after school coach overturns

THE M53 is closed in both directions between J5 (Hooton) and J4 (Bebington) due to an overturned coach.

DVLA sends warning to drivers over age of 70 about licence

At a certain point all driving licences expire - and people will need to renew them every three years