Even by the standards of Tesla's volatile shares, Thursday morning will go down as one of the more memorable roller-coaster rides on Wall Street.
Nurses are told to put up with sexual harassment - including rape threats and being followed in their cars - at work by NHS bosses, Royal College of Nursing congress in Liverpool heard.
Labour education spokesman Angela Rayner said the party now intended introducing teaching on the ecological and social impact of climate change to primary schools.
Tel Aviv is considering seeking help from "friendly" neighbors as the country was hit by an extreme heatwave and subsequent wildfires that have already destroyed dozens of houses and displaced some 3,500 people. Read Full Article at RT.com
A plane flying from Moscow to Crimea was forced to return after one of the passengers snapped, assaulting fellow travelers and crew. The rowdy passenger was injured in the rampage and died on the way to the hospital. Read Full Article at RT.com
Thought to be the biggest deal for a debut book in a decade, the Pointless host wrote the novel in almost complete secrecy and only told his closest friends.
When it comes to the world's most controversial coal mine, there is one rarely discussed - but quite major - problem with it.
Commander Wally Virgo (left) dined with the most powerful man in Soho, gangster Bernie Silver, a shady character making a fortune from prostitution and strip clubs.
The 24 Russell Group universities have, for the last seven years, published a list of ‘facilitating subjects’ that pupils should study at A-level to secure a place on a prestigious degree course.
Boris Johnson has been cutting back on the booze in preparation for the top job. But he's not considered the favourite to replace Theresa May.
A Cornwall dog owner had the skin torn off her middle finger by a lead wound tightly round her hand.
The Bondi woman left two notes (pictured) on her fence and on a wooden stake in the ground where the plant once was at her O'Brien Street home in the eastern Sydney suburb on Thursday.
British Steel flopped after the Government refused to supply £30million to keep it going – which Business Secretary Greg Clark said would have been illegal under EU ‘state aid’ rules.
Mexican foreign minister Marcelo Ebrard shares with Deputy Secretary of State John J. Sullivan a proposal to invest in seven projects to spur development in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras.
There were 795 cases of mumps in the first three months of 2019, versus 1,031 in the whole of 2018.
Former Post Office Chief Paula Vennells, 60, was paid £3.7million in the last six years. Her total pay jumped seven per cent last year to £720,000, nearly five times Prime Minister Theresa May's salary.
The US Federal Reserve has sent markets - and the President - a sobering message.
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Holes are an interesting case study for ontologists and epistemologists. Naive, untutored descriptions of the world treat holes as objects of reference, on a par with ordinary material objects. ('There are as many holes in the cheese as there are cookies in the tin.') And we often appeal to holes to account for causal interactions, or to explain the occurrence of certain events. ('The water ran out because the bucket has a hole.')...
The Trump administration is withdrawing a proposal for freight trains to have at least two crew members
With five projects on the go, the 84-year-old screen legend treats every role like it's her last.