The U.S. coronavirus death toll tops 200,000, and it’s just ‘the tip of the iceberg’
The coronavirus, which was first confirmed in the United States about eight months ago, has killed more than 200,000 people across the country as U.S. officials rush to approve and manufacture a vaccine.
John Lennon's killer says he sought glory, deserved death penalty
The man who killed John Lennon in 1980 says he was seeking glory and deserved the death penalty for a "despicable" act.Mark David Chapman made the comments in response to questions last month from a parole board, which denied him...
Facebook vows to restrict users if U.S. election descends into chaos: FT
- Facebook Inc will take aggressive measures to "restrict the circulation of content" on its platform if November's presidential election descends into chaos or violent civic unrest, the Financial Times reported on Tuesday citing a company executive. The company had drawn up plans for how to handle a range of outcomes, including widespread civic unrest or "the political dilemmas" of
Northland's World War II codecracker dies aged 104
Possibly the most famous Northlander you've never heard of, Lady Ellen Elizabeth Reed, was a World War II codecracker who held a senior role at the famous Bletchley Park military intelligence centre. A Northland woman who played...
Meghan Markle to hand over emails, WhatsApp messages in Daily Mail case
Judge orders Meghan Markle to hand over six months' worth of private messages.
Kate Middleton wore a beautiful necklace featuring a sweet tribute to her kids
The mom's necklace paid tribute to Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
Putin offers to supply Russian COVID-19 vaccine to UN employees for free
What do you do when Vladimir Putin offers you Russia’s new coronavirus vaccine, for free? United Nations staff in New York and around the world are now facing that choice, after the Russian president offered Tuesday to provide them the Sputnik-V vaccine in a speech to this year’s General Assembly marking the body’s 75th birthday.
Vanessa Bryant Sues L.A. County Sheriff Over Leaked Photos of Kobe and Gianna at Crash Site
Vanessa Bryant is suing the L.A. County Sheriff and his department, claiming they caused her severe emotional distress ... when deputies allegedly took personal cellphone photos of the bodies of Kobe and Gigi Bryant at the scene of the helicopter…
All Blacks rookies settle into camp three weeks out from the opening Bledisloe Cup test
Cullen Grace. Photo: Getty Images Fulfilling a lifelong dream takes some getting used to. Just ask Crusaders flanker Cullen Grace who is one of seven new All Blacks settling into their first national camp.
Ellen DeGeneres’ apology monologue panned by former employees
“There’s nothing wrong with being the ‘be kind lady’ if you’re actually true to your word.”
UFC middleweight champion Israel Adesanya: 'I didn't really realise me being black was a problem, until I got to New Zealand'
The Kiwi UFC champ opens up about racism, getting bullied as a kid and the All Blacks.