As Labour exceeds expectations, the BBC speaks to supporters who had previously voted Conservative.
Month: June 2018
The 1967 war changed lives forever. After Israel’s victory, an American student saw a biblical promise fulfilled. He moved his family to the West Bank ? but their pioneering life came at a price.
One high school senior is ending his school year on a note that only T-Pain could hit, thanks to a memorable yearbook quote. When Gabriel Silvan, a 17-year-old student at Kentwood High School in Covington, Washington, tweeted T-Pain last year for inspiration for his senior yearbook quote, he didn?t think the hip-hop artist would actually
The Comey hearing took our world by storm on Thursday, wherein the Senate Intelligence Committee further examined the details of former FBI Director James Comey?s memos regarding his encounters with President Trump. We wondered what those memos would look like in the fictional worlds of pop culture, written about some of our very favorite villains.
By Thomas Kennedy For a big chunk of my childhood, teenage years and early adulthood, my parents and I were undocumented immigrants in this country, working hard to realize the elusive American Dream. Yet even as my parents worked several jobs to make ends meet and I studied hard so we could find a bright
Online music service Pandora is selling a 19 percent stake to satellite radio company SiriusXM for $480 million and Ticketfly to Eventbrite for $200 million.
The decision to deploy the missile defense system THAAD in South Korea is “incredibly important” for the United States, the State Department said Thursday.
Neymar Jr. has taken plenty of sensational free kicks, but none were like the one he made on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.”
A rise in the number of women in the House of Commons has taken the total to over 200.
Twenty two people died when Salman Abedi detonated a home-made device at Manchester Arena.