Power prices soar after key electricity cable between UK and France catches fire
A key electricity cable between Britain and France has been shut down after a fire, sending wholesale prices soaring.
3 Of The Biggest Broadway Shows Reopen With COVID Rules
Friends Adam Schaefer and Isabella Phillips of Philadelphia went to see Wicked, one of the top Broadway shows to reopen on Tuesday with pandemic protocols.
Washington Football Team: Wild video shows WFT fans fighting each other in stands during Week 1
Not much went right for the Washington Football Team on Sunday.
For starters, starting quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick suffered what was ultimately described as a hip subluxation.
PM won't rule out sport Covid passports
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he would not rule out introducing mandatory Covid passports for people attending sporting events in England this winter.
No-show school buses leave some NYC students stranded on the first day
Sophya Habib Romig, 10, was ready for a momentous day back at school.
Chase Center Announces Vaccine Requirement For All Warriors Games and Concerts
You won't be able to show proof of a negative COVID test to attend Chase Center events this fall you will have to show proof that you are fully vaccinated.
Thousands of UC students struggle to find housing - The San Francisco Examiner
At UC Santa Barbara, housing is so tight that lounge areas are being rearranged to serve as rooms for students. (Facebook/UC Santa Barbara)
Thousands of UC students struggle to find housing
Santa Monica's Milo SRO Pizzeria to Close in October Due of Lack of Staff
Restaurant staffing was a struggle well before 2020, but only became more difficult during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Covid passports: what are European countries doing?
While the government has shelved plans for Covid passports in nightclubs and other crowded places in England, at least a dozen EU countries now operate similar schemes for access to a wide range of venues and activities, from restaurants to team sports.
Gay Hussar art: grandees who struck a pose for a free lunch
or nearly two decades a series of irreverent political cartoons graced an entire wall of the celebrated Gay Hussar restaurant in London's Soho - a snapshot of Westminster life that delighted tourists and regulars alike.