CDC urges states to start vaccinating Americans with disabilities

New federal recommendations suggest states include people with disabilities or cognitive decline and their caretakers on their lists of who is eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.  On Tuesday evening, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) quietly updated its guidance on who should be getting the shots.  CDC officials continued to stress that all … Read more

Samantha Armytage reveals she gained 10kg at the start of jer relationship with Richard Lavender 

Sunrise host Samantha Armytage reveals she gained 10kg during the honeymoon phase of her relationship with Richard Lavender By Monique Friedlander and Jessamy Tredinnick For Daily Mail Australia Published: 04:00 GMT, 2 March 2021 | Updated: 04:04 GMT, 2 March 2021 Samantha Armytage has shared a very relatable confession about gaining weight during the ‘honeymoon … Read more

The beginning of the END: Canary Wharf chief says ‘gradual’ return to desks will start from March 29

The chief strategist at London‘s Canary Wharf has said thousands of workers are expected to return to offices as Covid restrictions are eased in the coming months. Howard Dawber, Canary Wharf Group’s head of strategy, said they are expecting numbers to increase from March 29 and that this will increase when services such as bars, … Read more

‘I’ll beat them for a third time’ Trump teases 2024 run at CPAC and vows NOT to start a new party

Donald Trump asserted in his grand comeback at CPAC on Sunday that he will not form a new political party because it would further divide the GOP– and the former president previewed another White House run in 2024. ‘Do you miss me yet?’ Trump asked the roaring crowd as he took the stage more than … Read more

More than 500 people have already made it across English Channel since start of 2021 

Shocking pictures show mass of boats seized from migrants who have crossed the Channel as four more interceptions yesterday means 500 people have already made it across since start of 2021 Over 500 migrants have already crossed English Channel in 2021 compared to 279 in the first months of 2020 Border Force intercepted 87 people making … Read more

The Bachelorette’s Ali Oetjen reveals why she still isn’t ready to start dating again

The Bachelorette’s Ali Oetjen reveals why she still isn’t ready to start dating again – seven months after devastating split from Taite Radley By Monique Friedlander For Daily Mail Australia Published: 23:02 GMT, 27 February 2021 | Updated: 23:10 GMT, 27 February 2021 Ali Oetjen may be single, but she’s certainly not ready to mingle.  … Read more

There’s nowhere better to start a post-lockdown party than the home of champagne

Nothing says celebration quite like champagne. The region that gives the drink its name makes a fascinating place to visit, with its corduroy-striped vineyards, endless miles of underground cellars and passageways (125 miles beneath Reims alone), and an intriguing past, dating back to Roman times. Whether you want to focus on the fizz or add … Read more

Michelle Pfeiffer shares throwback from modeling competition days: ‘we all gotta start somewhere’

Michelle Pfeiffer shares a throwback from her local modeling competition days: ‘we all gotta start somewhere’ By Sam Joseph Semon For Published: 01:41 GMT, 26 February 2021 | Updated: 01:55 GMT, 26 February 2021 She’s known for playing a few iconic roles. And Michelle Pfeiffer reminisced on the past as she shared a throwback … Read more

Queen wants new start for ‘magnificent seven’ senior royals

The Queen wants a ‘new beginning’ for the royal family after the dramatic announcement this week that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are permanently quitting the Firm.      Following the decision that the Sussexes’ new commercial careers in the US means they have been stripped of their patronages, the monarch is keen for all senior royals … Read more

‘You need to mute, Angela’: Germany’s Merkel suffers Zoom fail at the start of G7 online meeting

It has been a common problem for millions of office workers around the world over the past year – the dreaded failure to mute their microphone while on a Zoom call. And today Germany’s Angela Merkel showed that world leaders were not immune from the faux pas as she had to be told to pipe … Read more