Travel

Eight places where air pollution can ruin your trip

Here are some of the worst destinations for smog, especially if you already suffer from asthma or other respiratory problems.        

Politics

Trump declared he's running again. Many Republicans aren't ready to back him.

A wide array of House and Senate Republicans are not yet ready to endorse President Donald Trump's bid for a second term, a reflection of the deep uncertainty on Capitol Hill over his political standing amid growing problems at home and abroad.

United States

Rabid Dog Saliva Cured 4-Year-Old’s Behavioral Problems, Canadian Homeopath Claims

Recent claims by a Canadian naturopath have caused concern in the medical community, sparking questions about why saliva, also known as lyssinum, lyssin or hydrophobinum, was approved by the government as a justifiable homeopathic product.  The questions

United Kingdom

Housing giant Bovis blasted for ‘misleading buyers and delaying repairs on poorly-built homes’

ONE of the country’s largest building firms has been accused of misleading buyers and deliberately delaying repairs on its poorly-built homes. Bovis is also said to have slapped one buyer with a gagging order to stop them talking about the problems with

Startups

BenevolentAI, which uses AI to develop drugs and energy solutions, nabs $115M at $2B valuation

In the ongoing race to build the best and smartest applications that tap into the advances of artificial intelligence, a startup out of London has raised a large round of funding to double down on solving persistent problems in areas like healthcare and e

World

GPs can't cope with 'tidal wave' of patients with multiple diseases

GPs are struggling to cope with a “tidal wave” of ever younger patients with multiple health problems, fuelled by unhealthy lifestyles, experts have warned.

United Kingdom

Mum of Windrush citizen who died suddenly in street after losing job blames passport problems for death

THE mum of a Windrush citizen who died suddenly in the street last month blames passport problems for his death. Dexter Bristol was 57 when he died – having moved from Grenada to the UK in 1968 on his mother’s British subject passport. He join

TV & Radio

Watchdog viewers RAGE as BBC show exposes Iceland chilled food bombshell ‘Disgrace’

WATCHDOG fans found themselves completely outraged as the show featured a big exposé on Iceland Foods, suggesting there may be problems with how chilled food is stored when it isn’t on the shelf.

Travel

Delta flight makes emergency landing: 'We left a tire in NYC,' says passenger

The Delta Connection flight, which was operated by ExpressJet, was headed from New York to Richmond, Va., on Tuesday when the crew reported problems with the aircraft’s landing gear

Investing

Facebook Could Be Heading Down Wells Fargo's Troubled Path

Concerns over data privacy can’t drive investment decisions, unless, of course, you’re willing to abandon an entire sector. That said, Facebook has problems, some of which mirror the travails of Well Fargo.

Business

McDonald's Problems in India Grow With Tax Beef

Indian tax authorities have raided the offices of McDonald’s biggest partner in India, another potential setback for the fast-food giant which was already locked in an ugly break up with its only other licensee in the fast-growing South Asian nation.

United Kingdom

Why is it called the Windrush Generation?

These people who are being asked to leave because of paperwork problems.

Business

Musk Memo Outlines Tesla Model 3 Assembly Fixes And His New Interest In Profit

The billionaire CEO is temporarily shutting down production to make assembly line upgrades, after which Tesla factories will operate 24/7. And once again he blames contractors for some of the company's problems.

Technology

Twitter suffers outage as users around the world experience problems

Twitter was offline for many users across the globe early on Tuesday.

Technology

Is Twitter down? Social network collapses after suffering major outage

Twits unable to send tweets or even log into their accounts as unexplained problems shut down the social network

Finance

Best student bank accounts 2018, including how to get a free railcard or £3,000 0 per cent overdraft

STUDENT bank accounts with overdrafts give anyone studying at university a much needed safety net to deal with any money problems. Here is the lowdown on how to get a student bank account and what the best deals are. What is a student bank account? A stud

Football

Are there any British referees officiating at the World Cup 2018 in Russia?

ALL eyes will be on the officials at this summer’s World Cup in Russia. With the game keen to drive out individual errors and shift the focus onto technology, the controversial VAR system will be in force despite teething problems during its two-yea

World

Canada Recalls Families of Diplomats in Cuba Following Mystery Illness

10 Canadian diplomats are experiencing inexplicable health problems similar to American diplomats in September

Top News

Scientists hope new enzyme will 'eat' plastic pollution

Scientists have accidentally developed a plastic-eating enzyme that may be used to combat one of the world's worst pollution problems.

World

Canada Recalls Families of Diplomats in Cuba

Canadian diplomats in Cuba will no longer be permitted to bring family members to live with them as unusual health problems some personnel reported in the country last year persist.

TV & Radio

Coronation Street spoilers: Eileen Grimshaw sparks fears as Pat Phelan return is imminent

CORONATION STREET fans have found themselves worried for Eileen Grimshaw after the ITV favourite was missing for a while on tonight’s episode. But her problems will be about to get worse as Pat Phelan’s return is imminent.

Business

Why WPP Is Better Off Without Martin Sorrell as CEO

WPP faced serious disruption to its business long before CEO Martin Sorrell stepped down. His exit won’t clear away those problems, but it might set the company on the path to addressing them.

Life & Style

The Dilemma of the Gluten-Free Diet

People with celiac disease can still consume enough of the protein to trigger health problems.

Investing

Allegiant Travel shares tumble after '60 Minutes' questions airline’s safety practices

"60 Minutes" alleges Allegiant's planes are more likely to have mechanical problems, citing industry experts.

Technology

What Happens When Beijing Gets Annoyed by Chinese Tech Firms

Problems faced by a leading tech unicorn are a reminder that political risk is at least as big a factor in China as it is in the U.S.

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