United Kingdom

Home Office 'was told about Windrush problems in 2016'

Home Secretary Amber Rudd says she "bitterly, deeply" regrets not seeing the scale of the problem.

United States

'Major announcement' planned on elusive serial killer

The Sacramento County District Attorney's Office plans to make a 'major announcement" in the case of an elusive serial killer they say committed at least 12 homicides, 45 rapes and dozens of burglaries across California in the 1970s and 1980s.

Life & Style

Box Office: Blunt And Krasinski's 'A Quiet Place' Continues To Make Scary Movie History

It's going to end up as one of the very biggest wholly original horror movies in U.S. box office history.

Northern Ireland

Home Office withdraws Border Force job ads over discrimination fears

Equality Commission for Northern Ireland says requirement for British passport is potentially unlawfulThe government has withdrawn a recruitment campaign for 1,000 Border Force officers after discrimination concerns were raised in Northern Ireland because

Technology

A Look at WeWork's Books: Revenue Is Doubling but Losses Are Mounting

A bond-offering document from WeWork Cos. this week provides a glimpse into the finances of one of the world’s most valuable startups, showing how the shared office company is rapidly expanding revenue—and incurring heavy losses.

Politics

Comey's legal team includes former US attorney Patrick Fitzgerald

James Comey has hired Patrick Fitzgerald, a former US attorney and personal friend of his, to represent him, Fitzgerald's office confirmed Wednesday.

United States

Trump's bank watchdog bought financial stocks up until taking office

The trading activity could violate the spirit of ethics rules designed to prevent conflicts of interest.

Business

Check out this A.I. company's high-tech Sydney HQ — get your fingerprint ready

Biometric ID passes are one of several innovative features built into the Australian data firm's Sydney headquarters.

Business

James Felton Keith: How LGBTQ Entrepreneurs Can Get Involved In Politics

I spoke with James Felton Keith at StartOut's Congressional LGBTQ Entrepreneur Summit about why he decided to run for office, how to start getting politically active as an entrepreneur and how important it is for LGBTQ professionals to be vocal.

United Kingdom

British High Commissioner's baby son denied a UK passport after being born on Trinidad

Former UK diplomat left feeling 'powerless and nervous' after Home Office initially refused to grant passport to newborn in 2011

Politics

How Trump's travel ban motivated some Muslim Americans to run for office

Fayrouz Saad, a 34-year-old Muslim American, said her mom, a Lebanese immigrant, is "not a sign-waving sort of person."

United States

Trump dismisses query about Michael Cohen pardon with two words: 'stupid question'

Trump was asked whether he is ‘considering a pardon’ for Cohen, who has come under scrutiny after the FBI raided his New York office, home and hotelDonald Trump has dismissed a query about whether he is considering pardoning his personal attorney, Mic

Politics

It's still early, but long-distance donors are already flooding tight House races with cash

In many of the most competitive congressional election districts, money is flowing in from around the country to try to win the fight for control on Capitol Hill and shape the course of the remainder of President Donald Trump's term in office.

World

First Toronto van attack victim ID'd as woman who worked in investment management

The first of the 10 people mowed down Monday in Toronto by a crazed driver was identified on Tuesday morning as a young woman who worked in investment management and was standing near her office when the rampage began.

Films

Rampage digs its heels in at UK box office, but sunshine is real winner

Still No 1 despite a 55% drop from last week, the monster movie is still running amok in the hiatus ahead of Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity WarA combination of sunny skies and a relatively weak set of new releases ahead of Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War

United States

Gender pay gap? Maybe not in the corner office, a study shows

Women still earn far less for every dollar that men earn, but two professors say their research shows no significant difference at the chief executive level.

Films

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle sequel slated for 2019 release

The film recently became Sony's highest-grossing film at the US box office

Entertainment

Top Foreign Office Diplomat Apologises For Calling Sikh Golden Temple A Mosque

The head of Britain’s diplomatic service has apologised after he referred to one of the holiest Sikh temples as a mosque. Sir Simon McDonald, the Foreign Office’s top civil servant, sent a tweet on Monday evening from the Sri Harmandir Sa

United Kingdom

Windrush scandal will happen again if government persists with immigration plans, lawyers warn

Law Society warns MPs will be 'complicit in future injustices' - unless they block proposals to deny people access to files about themselves for 'immigration control'

Films

The Incredible Number Of Showings Avengers: Infinity War Has Already Sold Out

It's been clear for a long time that Avengers: Infinity War is going to be a big deal at the box office. Now we have a better idea of how big of a deal.

Education

US teachers are angry – and they're running for office

Massive teacher protests have shut down schools across the US - and prompted some to run for office.

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