Back from the dead? Elusive ivory-bill woodpecker not extinct, researchers say

The Guardian 09:09 13.04

An expedition to the forests of Louisiana say extinction of bird, last definitively seen in 1944, has been exaggerated


‘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


Gene Simmons on KISS' Last Tour and How He Retains His Stamina at 72

Blabber 06:13 13.04

ET spoke with Simmons in Las Vegas ahead of the band's final tour.


‘Couldn’t sleep last night’: joy at New Zealand airports as Covid travel ban on Australians lifts

The Guardian 06:10 13.04

Change to border restrictions marks first step in welcoming international visitors back to country after two years


Airline ticket prices increase while more flights are cut

NBC News 03:07 13.04

JetBlue and Alaska Airlines say they don’t have the staff to fly their upcoming schedule. JetBlue is proactively trimming its schedule throughout the busy summer travel season by almost 150 flights per day. Bad weather has added to JetBlue ’s problems in the past week, forcing some flights to divert to other airports. Ticket prices are also increasing as fewer airline seats are available, and jet fuel prices are higher. 


Laurence Fishburne Cools Down With Classic Jazz and Cashmere Blankets

NyTimes 03:06 13.04

The actor is back on Broadway for a revival of David Mamet’s “American Buffalo.” He discusses his other must-haves, like a chef’s knife, trampolines and crystals.


Flashback: See Gilbert Gottfried's Joyously Stomach-Churning 'The Aristocrats' Joke

Rolling Stone 03:02 13.04

“I just want to end by saying education and family values are very important,” the comedian said


Work remote, get paid less? The battle dividing offices will define the future of work

The Guardian 00:12 13.04

Mobility and freedom are the new prizes for the professional working class. But some companies fail to grasp the scale and sweep of change


Florida student goes viral after giving classmates an LGBTQ history lesson

NBC News 00:07 13.04

A history lesson about the 1969 Stonewall uprising, given by high school student Will Larkins, went far beyond the 17-year-old’s Florida classroom. 


Two Musicians of Color Are Creating Their Own Space

NyTimes 00:06 13.04

“Everything Rises,” by the violinist Jennifer Koh and the singer Davóne Tines, mines their experiences in the white-dominated classical music field.


Judge Bars 2 YouTubers From U.S.C. Campus

NyTimes 00:06 13.04

A lawsuit filed by the University of Southern California says the two men, who are not students, caused “terror and disruption” with what seemed like classroom takeovers.


Judge Bans 2 YouTubers From U.S.C. Campus

NyTimes 21:04 12.04

A lawsuit filed by the University of Southern California says the two men, who are not students, caused “terror and disruption” with what seemed like classroom takeovers.


A German State Is Last in Almost Everything. But It’s No. 1 in Vaccines.

NyTimes 21:04 12.04

BremenGermany. s">Germany. s smallest state — managed its vaccination campaign better than any other place in Germany. It succeeded by activating community networks.


Skydiver hits ground at 125mph - and survives

The Independent 21:03 12.04

A skydiver fell 13,500 feet after her leg got tangled in a parachute - and survived. Jordan Hatmaker, from Virginia Beach first tried out skydiving back in 2015 and fell in love with the thrill. She then decided to train for her licence that would allow for her to dive on her own.But last year on No...


KFC faces backlash over ‘misleading’ portrayal of UK chicken farming

The Guardian 18:14 12.04

Activist footage appearing to show severe overcrowding and dead birds differs from KFC film by YouTube influencer


Sudanese refugee made 72 calls seeking help before Glasgow hotel stabbings

The Guardian 18:14 12.04

Badreddin Abadlla Adam, shot dead by police at scene, made repeated calls to Home Office and contractors


This Beach in Mexico Is an L.G.B.T.Q. Haven. But Can It Last?

NyTimes 18:09 12.04

The town of Zipolite has become an oasis for the queer community. But as its popularity has surged, some worry that the town’s spirit is beginning to vanish.


Red States Push L.G.B.T.Q. Restrictions as Education Battles Intensify

NyTimes 18:09 12.04

With an eye toward parents’ anxiety, Republicans have put forward a wave of laws on classroom instruction, youth sports and health care. Some of the young people at the center feel isolated.


Nigel Slater’s recipe for linguine with asparagus

The Guardian 15:10 12.04

A luxurious herby twist on a veggie pasta classic. By Nigel Slater


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