In the presidential race, some women stayed at home because they didn’t want to vote against their husbands. Now they have had enough
In the months before Donald Trump was elected president, Tara Zrinski knocked on thousands of doors in Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley to talk with voters about environmental policy. She hoped that the conversations might help elect Hillary Clinton.
But some of her most poignant interactions were not about policy. They were about husbands.
Following an intentional three-day blackout, CBS channels are available once again for Dish customers, as the two companies have reached an agreement in a financial dispute. CBS and Dish have been feuding for months: CBS wanted Dish to pay higher fe…
Spit buckets containing 500 litres of discarded wine give Tasmanian distiller an idea on sustainability
At the close of the Rootstock sustainable wine festival in Sydney last year, Tasmanian distiller Peter Bignell looked around the tasting room at the carefully-spaced spittoons and thought: what a waste.
Together the spit buckets contained about 500 litres of discarded wine, which had been swilled then dumped during the two-day event.
- Activists to launch last-ditch effort to prevent tax bill from passing the Senate
- GOP bill would disproportionately favor wealthy Americans, data suggests
Activists will launch a last-ditch effort to prevent Donald Trump’s tax bill from passing in the Senate on Monday, with scores of groups planning to lay siege to politicians’ offices.
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The Navy will get its $4 billion fleet of 12 Offshore Patrol Vessels, but there are heavy ballasts to carry before a boat gets anywhere near the water, writes Greg Jennett.
The chairman of new regulator vows to address “out of kilter” wages of some vice-chancellors.
The FCC may be bent on killing net neutrality, but that doesn't mean you have to stay silent or offer mostly symbolic protests. The Electronic Frontier Foundation has created a web tool that makes it easy to ask your members of Congress to fight for…
PNG mobile squad police raid centre, using metal batons against refugees and asylum seekers and forcing them onto buses
The decommissioned Manus Island detention centre has been cleared of all refugees and asylum seekers, the PNG police and Australian government have said.
On the second day of Operation Helpim Friend, PNG mobile squad police raided the detention centre using metal batons against refugees and asylum seekers and forcing them onto buses.
In Thanksgiving Day apology, the Democratic senator acknowledges that he crossed a line.
Women who experience a sudden and unusual episode of foetal activity before giving birth are at an increased risk of stillbirth, an international study has found.