MP and families back crusade to let relatives visit lonely loved ones

The clamour that cannot be ignored: MPs, charities, doctors and families back crusade to let relatives visit lonely loved ones in care homes Charities, doctors, MPs and families have united behind Mail’s campaign Calls on government to provide mass testing in care homes to ensure residents can have meaningful personal

Tony La Russa back in the dugout as White Sox manager after 9-year hiatus

Fox News Flash top headlines for October 29 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on Tony La Russa, who hasn’t coached a Major League Baseball game in about nine years, will be the next manager of the Chicago White Sox. The team made the

Skims takes it back to the 2000s with cozy new velour collection

There’s nothing quite like 2000s fashion. And what would that era of style be without its iconic velour tracksuits? The fashion statement pieces were made famous by numerous celebs, including besties Paris Hilton and Kim Kardashian. So it makes sense that the two would work together to create their own

Aubameyang hits back at angry Arsenal fans over Gundogan criticism as he claims 'at the end we speak as usual'

PIERRE-EMERICK AUBAMEYANG has hit back at angry Arsenal fans after they criticised him for laughing with Ilkay Gundogan at the weekend. The Gunners striker, 31, was seen laughing and joking with the German after his side lost 1-0 at the Etihad on Saturday. Catching up with his old Borussia Dortmund

Wenger hits back at Mourinho saying their relationship is 'like Kindergarten' as fallout over book omission continues

ARSENE WENGER said his relationship with Joe Mourinho is 'like Kindergarten' as their fallout continues. Wenger's autobiography, My Life in Red and White, was released this month, a little over two years since the 70-year-old left Arsenal after 22 years in charge. But the Gunners legend left out any inclusion

City work commutes set back a decade by COVID-19

Seismic shifts in the travel behaviour of Melburnians brought about by a three-fold increase in working from home could see 100,000 fewer people going into the city for work, affecting the number of commuting trips for more than a decade. National Institute of Economic Research executive director Peter Brain said

Herschel Walker claps back at celebrities claiming African Americans are 'oppressed'

Herschel Walker: Dems pushing reparations are ‘pandering for a vote’ Former Heisman winner, NFL star reacts to landmark California legislation on ‘The Story.’ Former NFL running back Herschel Walker on Monday blasted celebrities who claim African Americans are “oppressed,” pointing to his own story as a “poor Black kid from

Kyle Rittenhouse Back in Court as Argument Over Extradition Continues

Kyle Rittenhouse appeared in court as his lawyers continuing fighting efforts to extradite him to Wisconsin to stand trial as an adult. The 17-year-old arrested in the killing of 2 people during the protests over the shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, WI was briefly back in court Friday morning,

Johnny Nelson hits back at Tyson Fury and warns him to get past Anthony Joshua before starting feud with him

JOHNNY NELSON hit back at Tyson Fury and joked he should get past Anthony Joshua before starting a feud with him. Former crusierweight champion Nelson had picked Joshua to beat Fury in their proposed undisputed title fight, which has been verbally agreed for next year. The Gypsy King, 32, hit

Dodgers push back against plan to play MLB playoffs in bubble

With Major League Baseball’s proposed plans of playing the 2020 postseason in a controlled bubble environment, at least one team has taken issue with the protocols regarding players’ families. According to The Athletic, a handful of Dodgers players are citing their own diligence in observing the game’s health and safety