‘My classmates are like my grandchildren’: Italian woman returns to school at 90

The Guardian 09:09 13.04

Annunziata Murgia is oldest person ever to attend lessons for middle school diploma after second world war ruined her studies

Live Updates: Police Search for Gunman in Attack on Brooklyn Subway

NyTimes 09:06 13.04

A man set off smoke grenades in a crowded subway car and then opened fire, the police said. A t least 23 people were injured. The police named a ‘person of interest.’

V&A acquires ‘autograph suit’ signed by stars at Baftas and Oscars

The Guardian 06:10 13.04

Outfit worn by costume designer Sandy Powell bought by charity boss who has given it to museum

Live Updates: Police Search for Gunman in Attack on Brooklyn Subway That Injured 23, Including 10 Shot

NyTimes 06:06 13.04

A man set off smoke grenades in a crowded subway car and then opened fire, the police said. They named a ‘person of interest’ who rented a van they believe may be linked to the gunman, who is still at large.

Grassley files nomination papers to seek 8th US Senate term

APNews 03:11 13.04

DES MOINES, Iowa. >Iowa. /a> (AP) — U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley filed nomination papers Friday with the Iowa. >Iowa. /a> secretary of state's office, officially beginning the process of seeking an eighth term representing Iowa. >Iowa. /a> .

Prominent Russian opposition activist jailed in Moscow

The Guardian 03:10 13.04

Vladimir Kara-Murza is a critic of the invasion of Ukraine and described the Kremlin as a ‘regime of murderers’

Summer travelers hit the road despite higher prices for gas and almost everything else

NBC News 03:07 13.04

Millions of people are shortening trips, scaling back restaurant visits and limiting hotel stays to cut vacation costs, because staying home is not an option.

Particles of Apollo 11 moon dust for sale at auction

NBC News 03:07 13.04

The auction item, which includes five samples of lunar dust, is a rare piece of space history and could be worth up to $1.2 million.

Rabbits Are Boring Pets. I Love Them Anyway.

NyTimes 03:06 13.04

My friends and family don’t get it. All I can do is try to describe what it’s like to be with them, the moments I ’m not sure I can do without.

In the Shadow of the Border Wall, a Catholic Kitchen Provides Hope and a Hot Meal

NyTimes 03:06 13.04

La Tilma, a restaurant run by Sacred Heart Catholic Church in El Paso, nourishes the lives of many Mexican immigrants in poverty.

Roger Stone Aide Caught on Tape Calling for Trumpers to 'Descend on Capitol' in Week Before Jan. 6

Rolling Stone 03:02 13.04

Days before Jan. 6, Jason Sullivan told listeners on conference call to let Congress know “people are breathing down their necks”

Richard Wigglesworth says fired-up Leicester ‘have to attack’ Clermont

The Guardian 00:12 13.04

The Leicester player and assistant coach Richard Wigglesworth said ‘non-stop’ Steve Borthwick will not accept complacency despite a 29-10 first-leg lead in the Champions Cup

'American Idol' frontrunner Kenedi Anderson leaves show, citing 'personal reasons'

NBC News 00:07 13.04

“This has been one of the hardest decisions I’ve ever had to make, but I know it’s necessary,” Anderson, 17, wrote in an Instagram post.

Fentanyl drives spike in teen overdose deaths, despite drug use falling to new low

NBC News 00:07 13.04

"This is really about drug use becoming more dangerous, not more common," one researcher said.

Heavy Floods and Mudslides Leave at Least 45 Dead in South Africa

NyTimes 00:06 13.04

Torrential rain left a trail of destruction in the coastal city of Durban — the latest disaster in a season of storms that some scientists say has been intensified by climate change.

U.S. Report Describes a Global Retreat on Human Rights and Democracy

NyTimes 00:06 13.04

Secretary of State Antony Blinken says repressive governments “are growing more brazen” and reaching across borders to target their critics.

In Conference Call Before Riot, a Plea to ‘Descend on the Capitol’

NyTimes 00:06 13.04

Days before J. n.">J. n. 6, a onetime aide to Roger J. Stone J. . told Trump backers to make lawmakers meeting to finalize the 2020 election results feel that “people are breathing down their necks.”

Tucker Carlson claims he's never been vaccinated despite Fox rules

The Independent 00:05 13.04

News .jsp?otsikko=Fox">Fox News host Tucker Carlson claimed that he's never been vaccinated, although News .jsp?otsikko=Fox">Fox Corp reports that 90 per cent of full-time staff members are.On April 2, Carlson spoke with churchgoers at Awaken Church in San Diego, California, and poked fun at the idea of getting a second booster shot."I skipped ...

Cat photobombs reporter's Boris Johnson report on Sky News

The Independent 00:05 13.04

A cat photobombed a political reporter on Sky News, making for an unexpected but adorable scene for viewers at home. Deputy political editor Sam Coates tried his best to deliver the latest update on Boris Johnson’s partygate scandal on-air live and desperately tried to keep his cat off-camera. He fa...

Christopher Raeburn Just Can’t Get Enough of Surplus Clothing

Rolling Stone 00:02 13.04

The London designer and sustainability pioneer works with recycled and organic fabrics, but also trawls warehouses and brokers deals with governments to buy, and later sell, surplus military stock.

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