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Washington Redskins drop 'racist' name after FedEx threat

Washington Redskins drop 'racist' name after FedEx threat

The Washington NFL franchise announced Monday that it will drop the 'Redskins' name and logo immediately, bowing to decades of criticism that they are offensive to Native Americans.

Elon Musk is now richer than Warren Buffet as Tesla stock rockets 14% to an all-time high of 14%

Elon Musk is now richer than Warren Buffet as Tesla stock rockets 14% to an all-time high of 14%

Elon Musk became richer than Warren Buffet as shares of Tesla rose more than 14% on Monday for the company's single best day since March and pushing its market value to $321 billion.

Benjamin Keough's girlfriend fears Presley family will hate her

Benjamin Keough's girlfriend fears Presley family will hate her

Benjamin Keough's girlfriend Diana Pinto begged 'don't do it' in the moments before he shot himself at his mother Lisa Marie Presley's Calabasas home on Sunday, DailyMail.com can reveal.

Moment armed police raid Apprentice winner Joseph Valente's flat

Moment armed police raid Apprentice winner Joseph Valente's flat

Officer's could be seen approaching the block of flats in Peterborough, after reports a person was spotted with a gun.

Fire on board USS Bonhomme Richard to be fought for DAYS

Fire on board USS Bonhomme Richard to be fought for DAYS

More than 160 people had been aboard the USS Bonhomme Richard docked at the San Diego Naval Base in California when a fire started in the lower cargo hold Sunday.

Plane makes emergency landing as passenger threatens to kill

Plane makes emergency landing as passenger threatens to kill

Alaska Airlines Flight 422 returned to Seattle-Tacoma Airport in Washington after the 'belligerent' passenger yelled 'die in the name of Jesus' on Saturday's flight to Chicago, Illinois.

UK GDP could fall 13% amid threat of second coronavirus spike

UK GDP could fall 13% amid threat of second coronavirus spike

Richard Hughes says the UK has suffered an 'exceptional economic shock' due to the pandemic and warned that its GDP is 'going to fall anywhere between 10 and 13 per cent in 2020'.

Sunseekers flock to beaches to bask in 77F heat as forecasters predict a scorching 84F weekend

Sunseekers flock to beaches to bask in 77F heat as forecasters predict a scorching 84F weekend

Brits enjoyed the last of a sunny spell today as rain and cloud start to move in. Met Office forecasts a 'very warm' spell by next week, with parts of the South East warmer than the Bahamas at 84F.

Cast of Glee gather at California lake where Naya Rivera vanished as police recover a body

Cast of Glee gather at California lake where Naya Rivera vanished as police recover a body

Captain Eric Buschow confirmed on Monday afternoon that it was Rivera's and that the family had been informed.

John Travolta reveals Kelly Preston battled cancer for two years

John Travolta reveals Kelly Preston battled cancer for two years

Kelly Preston, the late wife of John Travolta, chose to keep her two-year battle with private and had been receiving treatment for 'some time' before she died aged 57, sources have said.

Emmanuel Macron wears mask but his wife Brigitte opts out

Emmanuel Macron wears mask but his wife Brigitte opts out

Brigitte Macron, 67, opted not to wear a mask at an official event in Paris on the eve of Bastille Day. Her husband President Emmanuel Macron, 42, wore one as he addressed the French army forces.

Del Boy falling through bar is voted greatest TV moment ever

Del Boy falling through bar is voted greatest TV moment ever

In what has become a moment of comedy gold, the episode 'Yuppy Love', shows Peckham's best-known wheeler-dealer telling Trigger to 'play it cool' before falling straight through the bar.

Donald Trump escalates war on Dr Fauci with conspiracy tweet

Donald Trump escalates war on Dr Fauci with conspiracy tweet

President Trump said he has a 'very good relationship' with Dr. Anthony Fauci and likes him 'personally' even as his aides called him 'Dr. Faucet' and distributed a list of mistakes.

Moon 85m years younger than thought, was home to magma ocean

Moon 85m years younger than thought, was home to magma ocean

Experts agree the moon was once covered with an ocean of magma, but for who long remains uncertain - until now. Astronomers found the hot liquid was active for 200 million years.

Nationwide lowers first-time buyers' minimum deposit to 10%

Nationwide lowers first-time buyers' minimum deposit to 10%

It follows the UK Government's announcement last week people getting on or moving up the housing ladder will pay no stamp duty on the first £500,000 of their purchase.

Croaking Indian bullfrogs turn bright yellow to attract mates

Croaking Indian bullfrogs turn bright yellow to attract mates

The army of bright yellow frogs were filmed hopping around in Narsinghpur, Madhya Pradesh. The bizarre footage was taken by an Indian national parks ranger.

Coronavirus: Four workers 'escape' Herefordshire vegetable farm

Coronavirus: Four workers 'escape' Herefordshire vegetable farm

Police say three vegetable pickers, one who tested positive for Covid-19, have fled after 75 people working for A S Green And Co in Mathon, Herefordshire, tested positive for coronavirus.

Ministers plan to build up to 12 post-Brexit customs centres

Ministers plan to build up to 12 post-Brexit customs centres

The Government today published its long-awaited plans for how the border will work once the transition period finishes at the end of December this year.

HS2 gets 'red' risk warning, suggesting delivery 'unachievable'

HS2 gets 'red' risk warning, suggesting delivery 'unachievable'

It is the first time the Infrastructure and Projects Authority (IPA) has assigned the high-speed railway with a red rating since its annual reports began in 2013.

Country house with award-winning vineyard for sale at £15m

Country house with award-winning vineyard for sale at £15m

Ancre Hill Estates is a 19th century country house in the Wye Valley in Monmouthshire, Wales, that comes with a state of the art, fully equipped winery, vineyard and numerous outbuildings.

RAF scrambles Typhoons to escort Ryanair jet bound for Dublin

RAF scrambles Typhoons to escort Ryanair jet bound for Dublin

A note, found in the toilets of the aircraft, claimed explosives had been planted on-board the Ryanair flight from Krakow to Dublin. The plane was tonight diverted to Stansted Airport.

Naomi Campbell wears nothing but hat and gloves for mascara ad

Naomi Campbell wears nothing but hat and gloves for mascara ad

Appearing in the new promotional clip for beauty brand Pat McGrath's new #DarkStarMascara, Naomi looks sensational whilst sitting on a chair and wearing no clothes

Ghislaine Maxwell also investigated in U.S. Virgin Islands

Ghislaine Maxwell also investigated in U.S. Virgin Islands

Prosecutors in the US Virgin Islands revealed their investigation into Ghislaine Maxwell's ''participation in Epstein's criminal sex trafficking and sexual abuse conduct' in a court filing on Friday.

National Trust reopens seven stately homes shut since lockdown

National Trust reopens seven stately homes shut since lockdown

By the end of the week, a total of seven National Trust properties will be open in England and Northern Ireland.

Giant condors can travel over 100 miles without flapping wings

Giant condors can travel over 100 miles without flapping wings

UK biologists deployed logging devices on the Andean condor (Vultur gryphus), the heaviest known soaring bird, to show how it flies with limited flapping.

Coronavirus UK: Herd immunity could develop from 10% infected

Coronavirus UK: Herd immunity could develop from 10% infected

Researchers led by Dr Gabriela Gomes of the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine suggested that immunity among the people most likely to spread the virus would protect others.

Catholic girl-squad battles demons in Netflix's Warrior Nun

Catholic girl-squad battles demons in Netflix's Warrior Nun

Warrior Nun, which was filmed in Marbella and debuted last week on Netflix, features an international cast of actors and has quickly racked up dedicated viewers due to it;'s exciting scenes.

Covid-19 pandemic may 'get worse and worse', WHO chief warns after 230,000 cases recorded yesterday

Covid-19 pandemic may 'get worse and worse', WHO chief warns after 230,000 cases recorded yesterday

Outbreaks are growing in the US, Brazil, India and South Africa, statistics show. While European nations appear to have emerged from the worst of the crisis.

Elon Musk may have given Amber Heard bruises NOT Johnny Depp, says concierge

Elon Musk may have given Amber Heard bruises NOT Johnny Depp, says concierge

Staff at the exclusive LA building where Johnny Depp and Amber Heard lived in a penthouse will this week tell the High Court of Elon Musk's late night visits to Heard as her marriage crumbled in 2016

James McClean hits out for lack of support after Wilfried Zaha and David McGoldrick racist abuse

James McClean hits out for lack of support after Wilfried Zaha and David McGoldrick racist abuse

The Republic of Ireland winger, 31, has spent nine seasons playing football in England and has refused to wear the poppy during stints at Sunderland, Wigan, West Bromwich Albion and Stoke City.

London's not calling: City's biggest firms will only bring 50% back working in office

London's not calling: City's biggest firms will only bring 50% back working in office

Chairman of the British Safety Council, Lawrence Waterman, said he understood the importance of workers returning to the office, but said many were staying away due to social distancing rules.

Girlfriend pleaded with Benjamin Keough before 'suicide'

Girlfriend pleaded with Benjamin Keough before 'suicide'

Lisa Marie Presley's son Benjamin Keough, 27, died after he shot himself in the torso at his mother's luxury Calabasas, California, mansion on Sunday morning, police said.

Johnny Depp angry at Amber Heard party 'as he'd lost $650m'

Johnny Depp angry at Amber Heard party 'as he'd lost $650m'

Amber Heard, 34, and her ex-husband Johnny Depp, 57, had been on a flight from Boston to Los Angeles in 2014, where the actor is alleged to have been drinking heavily and consuming drugs.

How John Travolta lost first love Diana Hyland to breast cancer

How John Travolta lost first love Diana Hyland to breast cancer

John Travolta lost his first love, the actress Diana Hyland, to breast cancer in 1977, when he was 23 and she was 41, ten years before he met his wife Kelly Preston, who died from the same disease.

National Grid starts construction on UK-Denmark electricity cable

National Grid starts construction on UK-Denmark electricity cable

The undersea cable will stretch 475 miles between Lincolnshire in England and South Jutland in Denmark, allowing clean energy to be shared between the nations.

Coronavirus: Florida has more infections than all but 8 countries

Coronavirus: Florida has more infections than all but 8 countries

Florida reported more than 12,000 new cases on Monday - more than all of Europe combined. With 278,667 cases, the state is now exceeded by only eight countries for the most COVID-19 cases.

Ghislaine Maxwell tried to flee when FBI arrived at her home

Ghislaine Maxwell tried to flee when FBI arrived at her home

Ghislaine Maxwell refused to open the front door to the FBI when they raided her $1million home and fled to another room in the house, prosecutors claimed today.

Coronavirus: Sufferers describe symptoms MONTHS after infection

Coronavirus: Sufferers describe symptoms MONTHS after infection

In an eye-opening account that proves Covid-19 is not just an illness that goes quietly, Talya Varga, 27, from London, revealed it constantly feels like there is a 'slab of concrete on my chest'.

Why we should DITCH plant-based diets and eat more offal, former vegan argues in new book

Why we should DITCH plant-based diets and eat more offal, former vegan argues in new book

Robb Wolf, from Texas, who co-authored the book Sacred Cow: The Case for (Better) Meat with dietitian Diana Rodgers, told the Daily Telegraph animal protein is 'healthy and needs to be consumed'.

Neighbour put note on cat's collar threatening to abduct him

Neighbour put note on cat's collar threatening to abduct him

Cat owner Chris, 27, and his girlfriend from Bridgend, Wales, are too scared to let their four-year-old cat Gandalf out after a neighbour put a threatening note on his collar.

20% kids have 'secret online friends' despite parents 'spying'

20% kids have 'secret online friends' despite parents 'spying'

A survey of 1,007 parents and 1,000 children by research firm Censuswide revealed that a third of children have created secret social media accounts to avoid parental scrutiny.

Boy, 15, dies of Black Death in Mongolia amid outbreak fears

Boy, 15, dies of Black Death in Mongolia amid outbreak fears

A boy aged 15 has died from bubonic plague in Mongolia as dozens of people who contacted him are in isolation over the deadly disease. Other countries are vulnerable to the Black Death.

Coronavirus England: Death rates vary massively in hospitals

Coronavirus England: Death rates vary massively in hospitals

Data reportedly sent to doctors in the NHS found that death rates across England varied wildly, which experts said was down to the populations served by individual hospital trusts.

Paedophile mastermind behind darknet sites arrested in France

Paedophile mastermind behind darknet sites arrested in France

Police in France have arrested a man who is described as one of the top 10 most-wanted targets by authorities fighting sexual crimes. He is believed to have created paedophilia websites.

Pregnant Katy Perry wears fuchsia swimsuit on Malibu beach

Pregnant Katy Perry wears fuchsia swimsuit on Malibu beach

The pop star, 35, put her growing baby bump on full display as she splashed around the Malibu surf on Sunday in a strapless fuchsia swimsuit.

Prince Charles, 71, visits a holiday business in Wales

Prince Charles, 71, visits a holiday business in Wales

The Prince of Wales, 71, met staff at a travel and holiday business in Wales in his first engagement in the country since the coronavirus lockdown.

Free NHS healthcare means middle-aged people in England are healthier than their US counterparts 

Free NHS healthcare means middle-aged people in England are healthier than their US counterparts 

Experts from University College London and the University of Michigan studied health data on nearly 18,700 people aged 55-64 in England and the States.

Grenfell Tower: Consultant 'possibly rushed' review of fire safety

Grenfell Tower: Consultant 'possibly rushed' review of fire safety

Senior fire consultant Tony Pearson admitted he 'possibly rushed' a review of the Grenfell Tower's fire safety review in 2013. After a refurbishment the block set alight in June 2017 and killed 72 people.

'Captain Hook' dinosaur species with curved claw discovered

'Captain Hook' dinosaur species with curved claw discovered

Paleontologists unearthed a new dinosaur species that has been named it in honor of the mythical character 'Captain Hook' because of a unique hooked claw at the end of its short arms.

UK business output jumped in June but optimism remains low

UK business output jumped in June but optimism remains low

Services and manufacturing output jumping by more than 10 points each, as more businesses were allowed to reopen by the government.

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