The U.S. House passed the MORE Act 228 to 164 on Friday, which would end the federal prohibition of marijuana. The bill faces an uphill battle in the Senate, especially if Republicans maintain their majority.
London's taxi and private hire drivers are to receive an additional 1.5 million face masks and 30,000 bottles of hand sanitiser, Transport for London (TfL) has announced. The hand sanitiser bottles are supplied by Dettol.
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‘We are all absolutely devastated,’ says Wessex Water chief
Vanderbilt’s football game at No. 11 Georgia scheduled for Saturday has been postponed because the Commodores’ roster fell below minimum requirements. Georgia announced the postponement was due to the Southeastern Conference's COVID-19 protocols. The Vanderbilt-Georgia game would not be played if the Bulldogs qualify for the SEC championship game, also scheduled for Dec. 19.
"[Officer Johnson's] legacy will live on in the officers and the citizens that she touched and inspired everyday," the police chief said
Leinster House, the seat of Ireland’s parliament the Oireachtas, has been using an unusual method to deal with a moth infestation – tricking moths into having gay sex.
EXCLUSIVE: A lawsuit filed today by Activision Blizzard against Netflix for snagging one of the video gamer giant’s top executives surely must be an unwelcome case of deja voodoo for the streamer. “Netflix unapologetically recruits talent without regard to its ethical and legal obligations,” declares a complaint filed by the home of Call of Duty […]
The Democratic-controlled House on Friday approved a bill to decriminalize and tax marijuana at the federal level, reversing what supporters called a failed policy of criminalization of pot use and taking steps to address racial disparities in enforcement of federal drug laws. Opponents, mostly Republicans, called the bill a hollow political gesture and mocked Democrats for bringing it up at a time when thousands of Americans are dying from the coronavirus pandemic.
Glencore's chief Ivan Glasenberg to step down from trading firm. Move marks shift away from management team which floated the company in 2011
Experts call into question suitability and safety of lateral flow tests used under government’s Operation Moonshot plans
Liverpool mayor Joe Anderson arrested as part of fraud investigation. Labour mayor being interviewed on suspicion of conspiracy to commit bribery and witness intimidation
"You changed my life, George," Meredith Grey said. "I didn't say it then, but it's true."
City leader Joe Anderson suspended from Labour party, sources claim
An estimated 521,300 people England had Covid-19 between 22 and 28 November, says Office for National Statistics
Medway is among six areas of Kent in England's 10 most affected places for COVID infections.
‘There’s probably a better than 50-50 chance that this all goes to sh*t and he becomes the first president to blow up two Senate campaigns at once’
The Newport Beach, Calif.-based healthcare lending service PrimaHealth Credit is now pitching point-of-sale lending services for elective medical procedures. Taking the kinds of financial lending services that have been popularized by companies like Klarna and Affirm, PrimaHealth Credit is bringing them into elective surgical space for things like cataract surgery, orthodontic work, dental care, or LASIK. "For many dental, orthodontics, LASIK, and cataract surgery patients, our BNPL product is a ‘last resort’ - the difference between getting the treatment they need, or not,” said Brendon Kensel, founder and CEO of PrimaHealth Credit, in a statement.
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These are the new Netflix and Amazon Prime movies and shows you should be streaming this weekend