The Supreme Court's New Religious Liberty Case Could Destroy Public Education
After a year of nationwide panic over what's taught in publicly funded schools, the Supreme Court's upcoming argument in deserves more attention.
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Fathers Are Right to Fear Family Court
After realizing his marriage wasn't going to be the long-term union he had anticipated, Ian - not his real name - started to have conversations with his wife over the future of their 3-year-old son.
Uganda plans to reopen schools next year but who will return?
After more than 80 weeks of closure, questions loom over the effect of the shutdown on students and teachers.
Virgin Media O2 'completes' gigabit upgrade after two years
Gigabit broadband means speeds of more than 1,000Mbps (megabits per second) - about 20 times the average home connection speed.
Robert Habeck: from translating English verse to German high office
he man who will spend the next four years trying to bring about a green transformation of Germany's coal-hungry industry once faced another daunting challenge in a previous, less publicly exposed career: translating the most controversial poems in recent British history from English into German.
Severe weather warning for UK as Storm Barra set to arrive on Tuesday
The Met Office has issued severe weather warnings for most of the UK ahead of the arrival of Storm Barra on Tuesday,as thousands of homes remain without power more than a week after Storm Arwen.
Scottish islanders launch Airbnb rival in fight against second homes crisis
Rhoda Meek knows the power of Scottish islands working together.
Anger over ambulances may offer key to by-election upset, Liberal Democrats claim
Liberal Democrats believe that local anger over underperforming ambulance services may offer them an opportunity to pull off a surprise victory in next week's North Shropshire by-election to match their shock capture of Chesham & Amersham on a 25 per cent swing earlier this year.
Thousands still without power as snow falls in parts of UK
Thousands of people are still without power following "extensive and catastrophic damage" caused by Storm Arwen, as snow appeared overnight in some parts of the UK.