- NewsIn The Know
Delivery worker calls out customer over allegedly ‘unreasonable’ Amazon order request: ‘We don’t do that’
A UPS driver is going viral after sharing his "most unreasonable" encounter with a customer.
Torah Bright, an Australian snowboarder, welcomed her first baby in July 2020
- NewsYahoo News Canada
The recent decision by five Canadian provinces to change the way they administer the AstraZeneca vaccine should not deter anyone from getting vaccinated, or to regret getting AstraZeneca if they already did, one expert says. Samantha Yammine, a neuroscientist and science communicator, says that with more than a billion vaccines already given out worldwide, it’s highly unlikely that we’ll see any major, common issues develop with other vaccines now.
- BusinessBusiness Insider
Why do Trump's foreign golf resorts lose millions of dollars every year? Experts say it could be incompetence, vanity, or something more sinister
Trump's golf courses lose millions every year. Some experts and critics suspect they could be a cover for something else.
- CelebrityYahoo News UK
Sean Hannity told the prince he was welcome to leave, while another asked the UK to take Harry back.
- CelebrityThe Telegraph
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have formally liquidated one of their sole-remaining British companies, marking the final nail in the coffin for Sussex Royal. Documents filed with Companies House revealed that MWX Trading confirmed on May 5 that it was winding up and a liquidator was appointed on May 14. The couple established the company in August 2019, naming their lawyer, Gerrard Tyrrell, as its secretary and Natalie Campbell, who worked for their charitable foundation Sussex Royal, as directo
- CelebrityWomen's Health
She's a big fan of squats and her at-home boxing machine.