Sharks' Evander Kane pushes back on estranged wife's 'incredibly false' betting claims
San Jose Sharks forward Evander Kane doubled down on his assertions he has never bet on NHL games or fixed games about two months after his estranged wife made the accusations.
Debate rages as FDA expert panel weighs Biden COVID booster shot plan
President Joe Biden's plan to bolster vaccinated Americans' immunity with a third COVID-19 booster shot as early as next week faced its first key test Friday as a Food and Drug Administration expert advisory panel met to consider whether it's warranted, a question that has divided the agency's staff and the medical profession.
Hochul Orders Release of 191 Detainees as Rikers Crisis Deepens
Responding to an escalating crisis inside New York City's notorious Rikers Island jail complex, Gov. Kathy Hochul on Friday signed a measure that will lead to the release of about 200 detainees, many of them being held for parole violations.
NSW youth corrections officer dies from Covid as prison cases surge
A youth corrections officer has died from Covid-19 while dozens of staff across the New South Wales justice system have been infected as an outbreak inside the state prison system continues to surge.
Government pick for appointments watchdog questioned over past writings
The government's preferred candidate for the sensitive role of public appointments watchdog has told MPs he would not write "polemical" articles in the post as he was questioned over past writings which accused Labour of a "bullying 'multicultural' ideology" and "diluting Britishness" to bolster support.
IPWatchdog LIVE Panel Asks if Federal Circuit is Killing Software Patents and Answers Definitively, 'Yes'
"What is preventing us from having a truly autonomous car?
How else can all of that data be processed so the car knows whether an obstruction is a pothole or a three-year old?
Cressida Dick is staying as Met chief, but who else would take the poisoned chalice? | Duncan Campbell
n 1955, after being presented with a damning report on corruption within the Metropolitan police, the then commissioner, Sir John Nott-Bower, went to West End Central police station, stood on a chair and reassured his officers that he did not believe a word of it.
Child Covid-19 cases in U.S. increased nearly 240% since July, pediatricians' group says
Covid-19 infections have risen "exponentially" among children in the US since July, according to data published Monday by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP).
Vaccination 'should be a personal health care choice': Republican governors argue against Biden's new plan.
Republicans officials on Sunday made further threats of legal action against President Biden's sweeping plan to get tens of millions of American workers vaccinated, with even those who openly urge that people get shots claiming that the mandate violated civil liberties.
Europe's reputation as a cosmopolitan haven has been exposed as a mirage | Hans Kundnani
hen Kabul fell in mid-August, almost the first reaction of European leaders was fear of another wave of refugees arriving on the continent.