A look at today’s top headlines.
Theresa May has suffered many rebellions and humiliations over the last few months, but on Monday night she sustained what could be the blow that finishes off her premiership — when she finally lost control of Brexit to Parliament.
As Boeing struggles with the 737 Max crisis, its big rival Airbus has announced a huge order from China.
He is the heir apparent to India’s most powerful political dynasty. But over the next few months, Rahul Gandhi will face an uphill battle in the country’s general election campaign.
At this rate, even Donald Trump is going to get tired of so much winning.
Disgraced former Hong Kong politician made $3 million in bribes on behalf of the energy giant that funded his think tank at the United Nations.
The Trump administration on Monday said the entire Affordable Care Act should be struck down, in a dramatic reversal.
Uber is buying Careem, the biggest ride-hailing app in the Middle East.
The Irish mixed martial arts star announces his exit from the sport on social media, after a turbulent 12 months.
A pitched battle over copyright law in Europe is coming to a head.
The Pentagon has authorised the transfer of $1bn (£758m) to army engineers for new wall construction along the US-Mexico border. The funds are the first under the national emergency declared by President Donald Trump to bypass Congress and build the barrier he pledged during his election campaign. Democrats have protested against the move.
Former two-weight UFC champion Conor McGregor says he has retired from mixed martial arts. The Irish fighter, 30, announced his decision on social media on Tuesday. “I’ve decided to retire from the sport formally known as ‘Mixed Martial Art’ today,” he said.
A German industrial dynasty with big stakes in various international brands has admitted brutality towards slave labourers during the Nazi reign. A partner in JAB Holding, Peter Harf, said the Reimann family was shocked by links to Nazi abuses, discovered by the Bild am Sonntag newspaper in archives.
Dr Dre has removed a post about his daughter getting into a US university ‘all on her own’ following criticism over his donation to the institution. The Instagram post was an apparent dig at celebrities, including actress Felicity Huffman, who have been charged in an alleged US college cheating scam.
A British Airways flight destined for Dusseldorf in Germany has landed in Edinburgh by mistake, after the flight paperwork was submitted incorrectly. The passengers only realised the error when the plane landed and the “welcome to Edinburgh” announcement was made. The flight is now making its way from Edinburgh to Dusseldorf, BA says.
It has cost £1bn. It has arrived more than six months late. But even the sun joined Mauricio Pochettino and 30,000 fans in coming out at their new stadium to ‘Welcome Spurs Home’. Fittingly, J’Neil Bennett, brought up in Camden, six miles away, scored the first goal.
Prepare your butts! Avengers: Endgame is gonna be one long-ass movie. As revealed by AMC (and seemingly confirmed by Fandango), the final installment of the Avengers franchise will clock in at 3 hours and 2 minutes, making it the longest film in Marvel Cinematic Universe history.
It’s the crack of an egg that was heard around the world. Australian 17-year-old Will Connolly, known as “egg boy” for cracking an egg over the head of an Islamophobic senator, has finally spoken – and he wasn’t apologetic.
Sometimes it feels like fans need a safe word just to watch their favorites on Game of Thrones. So it only makes sense that the actors get a safe word for actually shooting those harrowing scenes too.
Apple announcements are usually a big event, but the first of 2019 was a bit more celebrity-laden than usual. Jennifer Anniston , Steve Carrell, Reese Witherspoon, Jason Momoa, and even Oprah all gathered at the Steve Jobs Theatre today to promote Apple’s new upcoming streaming video subscription service, Apple TV+ .
She brought the crowd to their feet and a tear to Tim Cook’s eye. Continuing, and perhaps the logical extension of years of “One more thing…” surprise announcements at Apple events, Oprah Winfrey capped off Monday’s entertainment focused-lineup. The veteran entertainer will launch a show focusing on optimism, community-building, and inclusivity.