Barbie and toymaker Mattel is recognising real-life female scientists with their new line of Barbie “role model” dolls.
Years after giving birth to the first panda born in France, Huan Huan, the bear on loan from China, gave birth to two healthy female cubs on Monday.
Jeremy Clarkson criticised ‘communist’ scientific advisors and suggested that if the pandemic is here to stay society should return to normal.
Basilico’s, a restaurant that has flouted restrictions throughout the pandemic has decided it only wants to serve customers that are unvaccinated.
Prosecutors detailed a host of new claims from at least 12 people that were allegedly abused by R Kelly in a court filing on Friday
A 31-year-old man was arrested by Manchester police on Friday, 16 July, on suspicion of child sex offences. Everton confirmed the suspension of a first team player in a statement on Monday.
The western parts of Germany have been the most affected by the historic floods that also caused destruction in Belgium, Luxembourg and Holland.
Frustrated CBS presenter Gayle King has given her family an ultimatum; get the Covid-19 vaccine or miss Thanksgiving dinner.
Parents and the public were left fuming after an actor appeared at a children’s reading event at a library wearing a rainbow-coloured monkey costume with a fake penis.
Pio Imperati said it was a dream of his to be able to turn over his salon to someone worthy. The 79-year-old found that special someone in an employee who worked for him for 15 years.
Seven prisoners awaiting trial hid chilli powder, salt and pepper in their cell and used it to blind guards as they made their escape.
John Ghanem died an hour after he was born in an Australian hospital. An inquest court heard that a 90 second check could have prevented the fatal accident.
Fourteen-year-old basketball prodigy Zaila Avant-garde became the first African-American winner of the Scripps National Spelling Bee on Thursday.
“Four mercenaries were killed, two were intercepted under our control. Three policemen who had been taken hostage have been recovered,” said Leon Charles, the head of Haiti’s national police.
Prominent Dutch crime journalist Peter R de Vries was shot at least five times after exiting a television studio in Amsterdam on Tuesday night.
Nine people, including six high school students, were arrested by Hong Kong police for allegedly manufacturing bombs intended for ‘terrorist activities’.
A plane carrying 22 passengers and six crew failed to land at its destination in eastern Russia on Tuesday. A search and rescue mission is underway.
By 19 July most of England’s COVID-19 restrictions will be lifted, according to Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
“The kidnappers took away 140 students, only 25 students escaped. We still have no idea where the students were taken,” said Emmanuel Paul, a teacher at the school.
An anonymous customer left restaurant staff an extremely generous tip.
Warren Higgs, who suffers from polycystic kidney disease, is looking forward to a better life once his ‘record breaking’ kidneys, which are crushing his lungs, stomach and heart, are removed next month.
Thirty-four women filed a lawsuit against Pornhub – and its parent company MindGeek – accusing it of profiting from videos that show rape and sexual exploitation, including of minors.
Daredevil Alex Harvill tragically died after crashing his motorcycle during a practice run at the Grant County International Airport on Thursday. He was hoping to set a new world record for the longest ramp jump.
“By early May 2020, ED visit counts for suspected suicide attempts began increasing among adolescents aged 12–17 years, especially among girls,” the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said in a report.