Lewis Hamilton has lifted the lid on his thrilling duel with Max Verstappen during the closing stages of Sunday’s season-opening Bahrain Grand Prix, claiming that he found it increasingly difficult to cope with the worn rear tyres of his Mercedes as the
The SNP chief, who took over the party leadership from Mr Salmond when he stood down in 2014, has yet to react to the launch of his new pro-independence movement. She made no mention of her predecessor or his new party as
El Paso migrant shelter prepares for new arrivals Waves of new migrants, including families and unaccompanied children, continue to arrive at the U.S.-Mexico border daily. In El Paso, local shelters are dealing with not only asylum seekers under former President Trump’s Migrant
Two Florida deputies on Saturday saved a 73-year-old woman – and her purse – from a sinking car. The woman reportedly missed her turn and ended up in a retention pond. Bodycam footage of the rescue posted to Twitter on Monday shows Volusia County sheriff’s deputies Nicholas
Matt Hancock shares ‘exciting’ update on Oxford vaccine data Both the Oxford/ AstraZeneca and Pfizer vaccines cause a “significant reduction” in infections, studies show. Health Secretary Matt Hancock called the findings “exciting” and “extremely good news”. Hopes of beating coronavirus were boosted
Typically meteor’s travel across space at tens of thousands of miles per hour but burn up, producing a warm glow, if they enter the Earth’s atmosphere. Londoner Shane Mann tweeted: “Just saw a #meteor burn up across the sky in West London.
The long-running Star Trek franchise has broken boundaries since it began in 1966 and its current iteration, Star Trek Discovery, is no different. The third season of the CBS sci-fi finally introduced transgender and non-binary characters to the universe, and showrunner Michelle