Rylan Clark sends his 'apologies' with cheeky 'peach' snap after support from Ruth Langsford

  (Manchester Evening News) : It comes after the radio and TV host spent his weekend living it up at Radio 2's Party in the Park ..

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I'm an Uber and Lyft driver and I wish passengers knew these 9 things before getting in my car

Greg Erken has completed 12,000 Uber and Lyft rides in Washington, DC. He says it's important to be ready for pickup and pay attention as you exit the car.

Hunter Biden investigation: Top takeaways from the first impeachment inquiry hearing

House Republicans used their first impeachment inquiry hearing on Thursday to lay out the basis for starting the proceedings, just one day after releasing hundreds of pages of evidence in the Hunter Biden investigation.

Harry, Meghan made secret romantic Portugal trip after Invictus Games, rumored royal visit: report

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are believed to have indulged in a three-night stay on the Iberian Peninsula which reportedly saw them pay a visit to a royal relative.

Irish Sea border confirmed this weekend as new trade rules begin, DUP MP claims

Sammy Wilson said his party would not return to Stormont to implement the deal agreed between the UK and the EU.

Letterboxd, Online Haven for Film Nerds, Gets a New Owner

Two designers from New Zealand built a wildly popular social network for movie buffs. Now, they’re cashing in (and sticking around for the sequel).

On 'Scarlet,' Doja Cat finds power harnessing the darkness of online vitriol

The pop star has always loved out-trolling her trolls. But Doja Cat's fourth album and dramatic rollout pushes that persona further, interpreting her antics through a playfully demonic lens.

The budding rivalry between Haley and Ramaswamy

There's a rivalry brewing in the Republican presidential primary.

4 key things you need to know about government shutdowns

Most Americans aren't sure how the government shutdown will affect their lives. Here are some important points about how they work and how Washington makes them worse.

Conference cancels panel on biological sex in human skeletons over transphobia fears: Commits a 'cardinal sin'

American Anthropological Association and The Canadian Anthropology Society canceled an event on the importance of studying biological sex so as not to offend the transgender community.

I visited one of the 9 Target stores about to close. I found sad customers, many of whom blamed theft, and throngs of students hanging out in the aisles.

The East Harlem store opened in 2010 to much fanfare. Now, customers and employees prepare for its doors to close once and for all.

Russia Prepares Nationwide Drills With Nuclear War Scenario

Russia said shortly after the outbreak of all-out war in Ukraine that the risks of nuclear conflict were "considerable."

The US Diplomat Who Loves Calling Out China

U.S. Ambassador to Japan Rahm Emanuel seems to delight in trolling Beijing over sensitive topics.

A 90-year-old McDonald's employee in Japan swears working is the key to her health, and she doesn't plan to stop before age 100

"I have never missed a shift due to illness. Coming to work and talking with young people keeps me lively," 90-year-old Tamiko Honda told local outlet Mainichi.

5 Hotels Where Fall Takes Center Stage

Setting is everything when it comes to autumn getaways, and these hotels will put you in the right place at the right time.

Overworked and understaffed: Kaiser workers are on the brink of a nationwide strike

More than 75,000 Kaiser Permanente health care workers at hundreds of U.S. facilities could go on strike for three days starting Wednesday, in the largest health care strike in the county's history.

A Statue Draped With Snakes? In Italy, It Happens Every Year.

Held in a small, mountainous village, this festival has it all: snakes, charmers, religion, science. See for yourself — and try not to squirm.

Target shutters stores, consumers affected as major companies grapple with massive theft losses

Target announced it would be closing nine stores due to theft and violence, and a loss prevention expert says the implications of the decision affect all consumers.

Starbucks: Brewing Innovation, Nurturing Human Connection

How the global leader in coffee remains more relevant than ever.

Eurozone Inflation Cools More Than Expected

Consumer prices in the eurozone rose 4.3% in September, potentially signalling that the ECB may have reached the peak of its current tightening cycle.

Teenage lumberjack would rather not talk about how his first day went

A 16-YEAR-OLD boy who started his lumberjacking career yesterday would rather you did not ask how his first day went.

The Lying Boss and Your Bottom Line

Telling customers that the staff makes more than the owners isn’t just petulant, it’s harmful.

Taxpayers aren't getting the bang-for-buck promised in transportation projects

Voters in the nation's most populous county have shown a willingness to tax themselves to improve crumbling transportation infrastructure. But Los Angeles County voters aren't getting anywhere near their money's worth, a

A century ago, Black WWI vets demanded better care. They got their own VA hospital

This is the centennial of the first Veterans Affairs hospital established to treat Black veterans. It opened in Tuskegee, Ala., after veterans were denied equitable health care after World War I.

Have a complaint about CVS? So do pharmacists: Many just walked out

After a large walkout forced at least a dozen stores to shut down in the Kansas City area, CVS promises change. But critics say the crisis in staffing and unfair pay extends beyond that market.

Sunak Prepares to Set Out a Pro-Motorist Agenda, Guardian Says

Rishi Sunak is expected to announce pro-motorist policies at the annual Conservative Party conference next week, the Guardian newspaper said, as the UK prime minister prepares for a general election likely next year.

Jets superfan 'Fireman Ed' Anzalone joins crew wanting Zach Wilson out of New York: 'It's over!'

New York Jets superfan "Fireman Ed" Anzalone is among the mass group of the fan base that believes it's time for the franchise to move on from Zach Wilson.

Is the Biden administration's cancer fight focused on diversity over scholarship?

A cancer research program has given a new opening for critics of the administration's diversity and equity agenda.

A Silver Lining From the Pandemic: A Surge in Start-ups

New research suggests that big shifts in consumer and company behavior — and maybe federal stimulus dollars — have fueled entrepreneurship.

Treasury minister visits North East businesses

The Financial Secretary, Victoria Atkins MP, visited NETPark on 29 September to see how businesses are using full-expensing and R&D tax relief to help them grow.

After Libya's catastrophic floods, survivors and recovery teams assess losses

The floods in Derna left thousands dead, missing and displaced. Here are scenes from last week, as search and rescue teams and survivors dug through mud, continuing the work of recovery.

30 Carry-On Products If Checking A Bag Is Not An Option

All the space-optimizing, liquid-free carry-on items that reviewers say are must-haves. View Entire Post ›

From Trump's nickname to Commander Biden's bad behavior, can you beat the news quiz?

This week's GOP debate was overshadowed by who wasn't there, while the White House was roiled by more bad behavior from a four-legged inhabitant. Were you paying attention?

D.C.-area forecast: Clouds slowly wane through a sunnier Sunday

There could be a passing shower today or Saturday. Turning warmer each day.

This day in sports history: Rams move to City of Angels, American Stacy Allison reaches new heights

American Stacy Allison reaches new heights, the Los Angeles Rams make the move out west, and Muhammad Ali survives the hardest puncher in boxing history.