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Sarah Palin is pictured dining at swanky Upper East Side restaurant Elio's two days after she tested positive for COVID and delayed her defamation trial against New York Times: Manager says he seated her outside to 'protect our staff'

27/01/22 05:06

26/01/22 17:52

An attorney representing Matthew LaFountain, the last person to have seen Lauren Smith-Fields, of Connecticut, alive during a Bumble date in December, says his client maintains his innocence.

25/01/22 19:24

Boston Red Sox legend David Ortiz has been chosen for induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame, while accused steroids users Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens were denied on their final ballot.

25/01/22 19:00

Police saluted on Tuesday as NYPD officer Wilbert Mora's body was moved from NYU Langone hospital. Mora, 27, died on Tuesday, four days after he was shot by a Harlem gunman.

25/01/22 17:48

Cardi B paid tribute to French fashion icon Thierry Mugler, who passed away on Monday at the age of 73. She heaped praise on the designer on Tuesday.

25/01/22 17:18

Biden's Labor Department announced Tuesday it is withdrawing the vaccine-or-test requirement for private employers with at least 100 workers after the Supreme Court blocked the rule this month.

25/01/22 14:26

The Connecticut Medical Examiner announced on Monday that Lauren Smith-Fields died as a result of acute intoxication due to the combination of fentanyl, promethazine, hydroxyzine, and alcohol.

25/01/22 10:05

Sportsmail reported on Monday night how Hodgson and his assistant Ray Lewington were close to being hired following the sacking of Claudio Ranieri and now a deal is imminent.

25/01/22 03:15

Felix Dean began smoking cannabis as a 14-year-old while starring in Home and Away and moved onto meth within 12 months, eventually taking the drug intravenously.

24/01/22 21:23

Kim Kardashian took to Instagram to honor her friend, French fashion designer Thierry Mugler, who died at the age of 73, in a post on Monday.

24/01/22 21:23

Sheldon Silver, a once-powerful Democrat from Manhattan, passed away in a federal prison in Middlesex, Massachusetts, where he was serving a sentence for accepting bribes.

24/01/22 20:27

The convicted gunman and career criminal who executed NYPD rookie on Friday night and left another in critical condition has died from his wounds.  

24/01/22 13:02

The 18-year-old gunman was a biology student at Heidelberg university, said the regional chief of police. Before the shooting, the gunman told his father 'people will be punished', the police chief said.

24/01/22 00:24

Jonathan Gierke, 19, of Lawrenceville, Georgia, and Zachary Riffle, 18, of Kingwood, West Virginia, were identified as the two Marines killed when their military truck crashed in North Carolina.

24/01/22 00:07

The U.S. said it was ordering the departure of eligible family members of staff from its embassy in Kyiv, Ukraine. The U.S. said all citizens should consider leaving due to a 'threat of military action'.

23/01/22 23:40

Iconic French fashion designer Thierry Mugler, whose designs were warn by entertainment royalty from Kim Kardashian to Lady Gaga to Beyonce, is dead at the age of 73.

22/01/22 17:04

The order comes after U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov met in Geneva on Friday for crunch talks over the Ukraine crisis.

21/01/22 20:40

Brian Laundrie took responsibility for killing Gabby Petito in the notebook that was found near his body, the FBI has revealed. 

21/01/22 17:27

Stephanie Grisham urged witnesses to appear before a House committee if they have 'nothing to hide,' and encouraged Ivanka Trump to talk about what she knows the day of Jan. 6th.

21/01/22 14:36

It was a second straight bleak day on the market for the streamer, which  forecasted weak first-quarter subscriber growth on Thursday after which shares sunk nearly 20 percent.

21/01/22 05:45

Mr Roberts-Smith commenced legal action in the Federal Court against his ex-wife Emma Roberts on the eve of his defamation 'trial of the century' against Nine newspapers last June.

20/01/22 17:17

The House committee investigating the January 6th insurrection in the Capitol has asked Ivanka Trump to voluntarily come and speak with them about what she saw that day.

20/01/22 05:44

Andy Murray crashed out of the Australian Open at the second round via a straight sets loss to Japanese qualifier Taro Daniel, who won the Melbourne clash 6-4 6-4 6-4.

19/01/22 21:13

US Marine Louis Barrera, 19, was charged for driving the vehicle involved in a fatal crash that left two other Marines dead and 17 injured, after a military truck crashed in North Carolina on Wednesday.

19/01/22 14:58

Senate Republicans blocked Biden's voting rights bill with the filibuster in a 49-51 vote on Wednesday. Democrats needed 60 votes in order to end debate and initiate a vote on the overhaul.

19/01/22 05:52

The United States has warned its citizens to not travel to Australia, declaring the risk of contracting Covid-19 is too 'severe'.

19/01/22 03:41

The girl's remains were found in a barrel in scrub alongside the Colo River late on Tuesday night, about an hour from where she vanished from last week in NSW's Blue Mountains.

19/01/22 01:43

The nine-year-old's body was found on Tuesday night in scrub near the Colo River - an hour from where she disappeared on a private property in Mount Wilson, in the NSW Blue Mountains.

18/01/22 23:24

The man shared a touching tribute on Wednesday, hours after learning his daughter's body was found a week after she vanished from a property in Mount Wilson in the Blue Mountains.

18/01/22 22:44

The House probe into the Jan. 6 attack has reportedly obtained records of phone numbers associated with Eric Trump, and Kimberly Guilfoyle, who is engaged to Donald Trump Jr.

18/01/22 22:11

Daily Mail Australia can reveal shocking new detail about the nine-year-old girl's alleged murder as a 31-year-old man prepares to face a Sydney court on Wednesday morning.

18/01/22 17:07

Five members of the New York Police Department were being treated at a local hospital for smoke inhalation from the apparent gas explosion and its subsequent two-alarm fire .

18/01/22 05:58

Threatening messages were reportedly graffitied on Dr Andy Robertson's house over the weekend, just days after WA announced the nation's most stringent proof of vaccination requirements.

17/01/22 18:24

Daniel Moore, a 27-year veteran pilot, credited divine intervention with saving all four people who were aboard his medical helicopter that crashed next to a Pennsylvania church last week.

17/01/22 10:22

Angela Glover, 50 and originally from Brighton before moving to Tonga with husband James in 2015, has been found dead after a tsunami hit the island late Saturday, her brother has said.

16/01/22 07:31

Masks will be made mandatory in all indoor public settings in Perth and the surrounding Peel region from 6pm on Sunday night, after the state recorded just five new Covid cases.

15/01/22 22:10

Friday's Newsnight programme started with a video of breaking news stories spliced with angry quotes from opposition politicians and repeated calls for Boris Johnson to resign as Prime Minister.

15/01/22 14:18

The Gunners have at least a dozen players unavailable because of positive Covid cases, injuries, suspension and international duty at the Africa Cup of Nations.

14/01/22 23:03

The 60-year-old could spend the rest of her life behind bars after a jury convicted her of recruiting and grooming young girls to be sexually abused by the late pedophile Jeffrey Epstein last month.

14/01/22 17:54

EXCLUSIVE: The news of Arsenal's request triggered anger at Tottenham, who are concerned their arch-rivals are using the rules to have the game called off because their best players are unavailable.

14/01/22 14:47

The Prince of Wales refused to speak about the crisis engulfing the Windsors caused by the Duke of York's friendship with paedophile financier Jeffrey Epstein.

14/01/22 14:22

Chuck Schumer surrendered on late Thursday night and sent senators back to their home states, saying he'll bring up voting bill next week. It remains unclear how it will pass.

14/01/22 03:17

Thomas Caldwell, one of the 11 people indicted on Thursday for sedition, told Tucker Carlson that the charges against him were 'clap trap', 'hooey' and 'plain nuts'. He insisted he never entered the Capitol.

14/01/22 00:03

Senators Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema met Joe Biden at the White House on Thursday night for what a source said was a 'candid and respectful' meeting to try and find a way to pass voting reform.

13/01/22 22:39

The Republican National Committee has told the Commission on Presidential Debates its candidates will get the chance to go 'elsewhere' if it doesn't change its rules and format.

13/01/22 22:34

Palace sources said the 'ruthless and swift' decision had been 'widely discussed' within the Royal Family following Andrew's failed bid to persuade a judge to dismiss the civil lawsuit.

13/01/22 22:28

Premier Mark McGowan on Thursday announced adults who are not double-vaccinated against Covid would be banned from dining at cafes, pubs and restaurants in the state from January 31.

13/01/22 22:14

Joe Manchin delivered a final blow to Joe Biden's hopes for federal voting legislation when he announced, after a personal appeal from the president, he was against killing the filibuster.

13/01/22 22:12

Gavin Newsom, who has cited RFK as his 'political hero' and embraced the historical significance of his decision, rejected a recommendation from a two-person panel of parole commissioners

13/01/22 19:36

The conservative-leaning high court did however allow a vaccine mandate for employees at health care facilities receiving federal dollars to go into effect.

13/01/22 18:48

Stewart Rhodes, the leader of the far-right Oath Keepers group, was arrested on Thursday on federal charges of seditious conspiracy related to the January 6 attack on the US Capitol.

13/01/22 16:47

President Joe Biden conceded he doesn't know how voting rights legislation will be passed without Kyrsten Sinema and Joe Manchin on board but vowed to keep up the fight.

13/01/22 16:30

Buckingham Palace said: 'With The Queen's approval and agreement, The Duke of York's military affiliations and Royal patronages have been returned to The Queen.'

13/01/22 15:36

Reacting to McCarthy's refusal, Wyoming Rep. Cheney didn't rule out the possibility of subpoenaing the powerful House Republican to force his cooperation with the Democrat-led panel.

13/01/22 13:25

Covid close contacts who work in critical sectors across Australia no longer have to isolate for seven days if they test negative for coronavirus from a rapid antigen test and don't display any symptoms.

13/01/22 07:31

Premier Mark McGowan will soon introduce a number of new restrictions for the unvaccinated in Western Australia. The raft of changes will be implemented from January 31.

13/01/22 05:52

National cabinet have agreed that close contacts who work in a raft of key industries will not have to isolate if they return a negative Covid rapid test.

13/01/22 02:37

House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy announced on Wednesday night that he will not cooperate with the January 6th committee, saying it was not 'conducting a legitimate investigation.'

12/01/22 23:49

The head of the House Jan. 6th committee says former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany appeared virtually before the panel Wednesday.

12/01/22 21:50

Lawmakers investigating the Jan. 6 attack asked Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy on Wednesday to voluntarily answer questions about former President Donald Trump's actions on the day.

12/01/22 17:02

The Attorney General has referred the eight-year jail sentence handed to Frankie Smith for causing or allowing her 16-month-old daughter Star Hobson's death to the Court of Appeal.

12/01/22 14:22

Judge Lewis A Kaplan dismissed an application from Prince Andrew's lawyers to have the case dismissed.

12/01/22 13:39

The US inflation rate has jumped to its highest level in nearly 40 years, adding woes for consumers and compounding the issue as a political liability for President Joe Biden.  

11/01/22 18:48

An infant was among four people injured after a medical helicopter went down outside a Philadelphia church on Tuesday afternoon. The police chief called it a 'miracle' no one was killed

10/01/22 18:41

Robert Durst has died at the age of 78 just four months after being sentenced to life in prison. His lawyer Chip Lewis confirmed he died at San Joaquin General Hospital following a cardiac arrest.

10/01/22 16:15

As of Monday, 29 lawmakers have tested positive for COVID since the start of December when the Omicron variant took the nation. New cases come as Congress comes back into session.

10/01/22 02:37

Terence Darrell Kelly, 36, allegedly took the four-year-old from a tent at the Quobba Blowholes campsite on October 16 and held her captive at a home in Carnarvon, north of Perth, for 18 days.

09/01/22 23:44

Democrat Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says she has caught COVID - days after she was snapped partying maskless in Miami.

09/01/22 18:40

The five-alarm blaze erupted shortly before 11 am on the third floor of a 17-story building at 333 East 181st St in Fordham Heights. A faulty space heater has been confirmed as causing the fire.

08/01/22 00:18

Travis McMichael, his father Gregory and their neighbor William Bryan were led away from court in Georgia on Friday in handcuffs to begin their life sentences, with Travis also shackled.

07/01/22 17:32

President Joe Biden defended his economic record and took shots at the Republicans as he addressed December's dismal jobs numbers, which came amid his own falling approval ratings. 

07/01/22 13:49

U.S. employers added just 199,000 jobs in December - far below predictions - as the economy struggles with inflation and supply shortages. It was the second month in a row numbers fell short.

07/01/22 11:02

Gregory McMichael and his son Travis were jailed for life without parole while their neighbor, William Roddie Bryan, will be eligible for parole after 30 years. Arbery was killed in February 2020.

06/01/22 12:06

First-team coach Rodolfo Borrell will take the team down to the County Ground. City have not revealed how many of the 21 had tested positive, with some isolating as close contacts.

06/01/22 12:00

United have confirmed that Richard Arnold will replace chief Ed Woodward on February 1.Woodward will attend board meetings until the end of June to help he transition.

06/01/22 09:30

Chicago teacher Joseph Ocol said: 'I joined the Chicago public schools as a teacher and I believe my role should be inside the classroom with my students.'

06/01/22 01:43

The union sought to revert to remote learning during the latest surge of and while both sides hammer out a deal. But School leaders said remote learning didn't work and schools can remain open.

05/01/22 23:06

Outside experts advising the CDC on Wednesday voted to recommend booster shots of Pfizer and BioNtech's SE COVID-19 vaccine to be made available for 12- to 15-year-old teenagers.

05/01/22 22:16

The CDC's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices voted to recommend the US health agency supports booster shots for those aged 12 to 15.

05/01/22 15:19

Adam Montgomery, 31, the father of missing New Hampshire girl Harmony Montgomery, has been arrested on charges of assault, interference with custody and endangering the welfare of a child.