• Do all space satellites orbit the earth in the same direction?
    Science
    The Guardian

    Do all space satellites orbit the earth in the same direction?

    Do all space satellites orbit the earth in the same direction?The long-running series in which readers answer other readers’ questions on subjects ranging from trivial flights of fancy to profound scientific and philosophical concepts

  • 'There's a romanticism about nighthawking, but it's theft': when metal detectorists go rogue
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    The Guardian

    'There's a romanticism about nighthawking, but it's theft': when metal detectorists go rogue

    'There's a romanticism about nighthawking, but it's theft': when metal detectorists go rogue. Anyone who digs up valuable treasure is supposed to report the find, not hang on to it or sell it to the highest bidder. But even under lockdown, crime continues

  • The Queen, Harry, and Meghan's Trust Supports Black Lives Matter
    Celebrity
    Marie Claire

    The Queen, Harry, and Meghan's Trust Supports Black Lives Matter

    "It is time to speak up and speak out."

  • Smoking Gun review – week-long interactive whistleblower thriller
    Technology
    The Guardian

    Smoking Gun review – week-long interactive whistleblower thriller

    Smoking Gun review – week-long interactive whistleblower thrillerAvailable online Participants delve into the dodgy dealings of a Tory MP and big pharma in this clever blend of theatre and gaming * Hottest front-room seats: the best theatre and dance to watch online

  • Isaac Newton proposed curing plague with toad vomit, unseen papers show
    Science
    The Guardian

    Isaac Newton proposed curing plague with toad vomit, unseen papers show

    Isaac Newton proposed curing plague with toad vomit, unseen papers showNotes made in the shadow of a devastating outbreak show the great scientist sketching out some distinctly queasy remedies

  • British Vogue features three frontline workers on lockdown magazine covers
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    Yahoo Style UK

    British Vogue features three frontline workers on lockdown magazine covers

    The fashion bible has honoured frontline workers for their sacrifice during coronavirus pandemic.

  • Chronic illness has made me a self isolation expert: here's how to ease yourself out of lockdown
    Lifestyle
    The Guardian

    Chronic illness has made me a self isolation expert: here's how to ease yourself out of lockdown

    Chronic illness has made me a self isolation expert: here's how to ease yourself out of lockdownAfter months of staying inside it’s natural to feel nervous about leaving the safety of our homes - even if we desperately want to. One writer, who is no stranger to self-isolating, explains what to expect * Coronavirus – latest updates * See all our coronavirus coverage

  • Fiction for older children reviews – monster quests and inner challenges
    Entertainment
    The Guardian

    Fiction for older children reviews – monster quests and inner challenges

    Fiction for older children reviews – monster quests and inner challengesYoung heroes and heroines battle adversity in the shape of undersea beasts, homophobes and fitting in at time-travel school

  • 'Glee' star Samantha Marie Ware accuses Lea Michele of making her time on show a 'living hell' in response to George Floyd tribute
    Celebrity
    Yahoo Celebrity UK

    'Glee' star Samantha Marie Ware accuses Lea Michele of making her time on show a 'living hell' in response to George Floyd tribute

    The 'Glee' star accused Michele of making her time on the show a 'living hell' through a series of 'traumatic microaggressions'.

  • Health
    The Guardian

    My obsession with sex ruins all my relationships

    My obsession with sex ruins all my relationshipsI want to have sex two or three times a night and it forces my partners to ask for a break, which makes me feel rejected. What can I do?

  • Hottest front-room seats: the best theatre and dance to watch online
    Entertainment
    The Guardian

    Hottest front-room seats: the best theatre and dance to watch online

    Hottest front-room seats: the best theatre and dance to watch onlineFrom live-streams of new plays to classics from the archive, here are some of the top shows online now or coming soon – this page is updated daily

  • ‘Tiger King': Judge Grants Carole Baskin Control of Joe Exotic’s Former Oklahoma Zoo
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    The Wrap

    ‘Tiger King': Judge Grants Carole Baskin Control of Joe Exotic’s Former Oklahoma Zoo

    In a huge new wrinkle to the labyrinthine “Tiger King” saga, Big Cat Rescue owner Carole Baskin won a lawsuit against her imprisoned nemesis Joseph “Joe Exotic” Maldonado-Passage and was granted control of the Garvin County, Oklahoma property at the center of the hit Netflix docu-series.As detailed in “Tiger King,” Baskin had already won a trademark infringement lawsuit against Exotic in 2011, and Exotic was ordered to pay her $1 million. But prior to the judgement, Exotic transferred ownership of the 6.2 acre Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park property to his mother, which meant that Baskin could not take ownership of the zoo as payment for that judgement.But in the subsequent lawsuit, filed in 2016, Baskin alleged that Exotic had transferred had fraudulently given the property to his mother in order to evade his creditors, something his mother later admitted to under oath, according to the suit. And on Monday, a federal judge in Oklahoma city agreed, ruling that the transfer was “fraudulent,” and that Baskin had “sufficiently traced funds to allow for the imposition of a constructive trust under Oklahoma law.”Also Read: Facebook Staff Stage Virtual Walkout Over Inaction on Trump PostsJudge Scott Palk has given the Greater Wynnewood Development Group, the company that operates the facilities on the land, 120 days to vacate and to hand over title to the land, as well as control of all portable buildings and several vehicles. Greater Wynnewood Development Group must also remove all animals currently on the property, though the ruling did not provide any guidelines for doing so.The development is unlike to make much of a difference to Exotic, who is currently serving a 22-year prison sentence for hiring a hitman to murder Baskin.Pamela Chelin contributed to this report.Read original story ‘Tiger King': Judge Grants Carole Baskin Control of Joe Exotic’s Former Oklahoma Zoo At TheWrap

  • Bringing the stage to the airwaves: David Greig's romance for our times
    Entertainment
    The Guardian

    Bringing the stage to the airwaves: David Greig's romance for our times

    Bringing the stage to the airwaves: David Greig's romance for our timesThe playwright and the director Elizabeth Newman on how they reimagined their new theatre production for radio in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak

  • Minor Detail by Adania Shibli review – between-the-lines horror
    Entertainment
    The Guardian

    Minor Detail by Adania Shibli review – between-the-lines horror

    Minor Detail by Adania Shibli review – between-the-lines horrorAn atrocity by Israeli troops begins a sophisticated, oblique novel about empathy and the urge to right wrongs

  • Australia's arts support package in limbo as meeting of ministers ends in stalemate
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    The Guardian

    Australia's arts support package in limbo as meeting of ministers ends in stalemate

    Australia's arts support package in limbo as meeting of ministers ends in stalemateA unpublished communique details a teleconference where arts ministers discussed extending the jobkeeper subsidy to the cultural sector * Sign up for Guardian Australia’s daily coronavirus email * Download the free Guardian app to get the most important news notifications

  • Jimmy Fallon Delivers Emotional Apology for Blackface Controversy: ‘I Am Not a Racist’
    Celebrity
    The Daily Beast

    Jimmy Fallon Delivers Emotional Apology for Blackface Controversy: ‘I Am Not a Racist’

    Jimmy Fallon returned to The Tonight Show on Monday to two crises, one personal and one national. Promising a “different kind of show,” the host told viewers he would “start personally and then expand out” because “that’s where we all need to start with ourselves.” “I had to really examine myself in the mirror this week because a story came out about me on SNL doing an impression of Chris Rock in blackface,” he said of the two-decade-old sketch that resurfaced on Twitter. “And I was horrified. Not of people trying to ‘cancel’ me or cancel this show, which is scary enough. The thing that haunted me the most was, how do I say I love this person?”“I respect this guy more than I respect most humans,” Fallon said of his fellow SNL alum. “I’m not a racist. I don’t feel this way.” Instead, he said he “kept getting advised” to “just stay quiet and not say anything” because “we’re all afraid.” Initially, he took that advice, then released a written statement. But the anti-police violence protests over the past week made him realize he needed to do more. Stephen Colbert Compares Trump to Hitler in His ‘Underground Bunker’George Clooney: America’s Greatest Pandemic Is Anti-Black Racism“I realized that I can’t not say I’m horrified and I’m sorry and I’m embarrassed,” Fallon said. “I realized that the silence is the biggest crime that white guys like me and the rest of us are doing, staying silent. We need to say something. We need to keep saying something. And we need to stop saying ‘that’s not OK’ more than just one day on Twitter.” Speaking more broadly, Fallon said, “We cannot try to bury this again. It’s not going to get buried. It’s not going away.” Alluding to the way he has addressed difficult subjects in the past, he said, “You can’t just hope everyone loves each other. We can’t say ‘be the change’ and just sit around tweeting ‘be the change, be the change.’” With that, instead of hosting Lady Gaga, who was originally scheduled to be his guest Monday night, Fallon welcomed NAACP President Derrick Johnson, who applauded the “courage” of his apology, and CNN host Don Lemon to help school him on what he should be doing differently if he wants to be a true ally. “Let’s figure out how we’re going to get along with each other,” Fallon said. “Let’s figure out how we’re going to stop this senseless violence that erupts and disrupts the entire country and now the world. The world is screaming and it is angry and we all need to figure out a way to take the anger, which of course is just sadness and fear, and do something with it.” Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast hereGet our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.

  • 10 of the best novels set in Portugal – that will take you there
    Entertainment
    The Guardian

    10 of the best novels set in Portugal – that will take you there

    10 of the best novels set in Portugal – that will take you thereFrom a Saramago masterpiece to Monica Ali’s rural blues, via mountains, cities and coast, bookmark this reading list for a flavour of Portugal – and its people• More fiction trips: Italy | France | Spain | Greece

  • Workout, shut up, wipe down: how to stay healthy at the gym
    Health
    The Guardian

    Workout, shut up, wipe down: how to stay healthy at the gym

    Workout, shut up, wipe down: how to stay healthy at the gymAustralian restrictions may be easing, but gym goers still need to be mindful about infection by practicing good hygiene

  • Prince William and Kate Middleton Thank First Responders in New Video
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    Town & Country

    Prince William and Kate Middleton Thank First Responders in New Video

    The Duke and Duchess recorded a message to commemorate the Commonwealth country's inaugural Thank a First Responder Day.

  • LAPD Chief Michel Moore Says George Floyd’s Death Is On Looters’ Hands “As Much As” Officers’, Then Says He Misspoke
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    Deadline

    LAPD Chief Michel Moore Says George Floyd’s Death Is On Looters’ Hands “As Much As” Officers’, Then Says He Misspoke

    At a press conference held by Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on Monday, the city's police chief, Michel Moore, initially sought to place blame on those fomenting violence. "Last night," said Moore, "just under 700 arrests. Of that, just under 70 were for looting and burglarizing." Of the incident that sparked the protests, the death […]

  • 40 Rules The 'Real Housewives' Cast Members Have To Follow
    News
    Good Housekeeping

    40 Rules The 'Real Housewives' Cast Members Have To Follow

    They are very strict about glam over at Bravo.From Good Housekeeping

  • New Photos of Queen Elizabeth Show Her Horseback Riding Like a Boss in Windsor
    Celebrity
    Town & Country

    New Photos of Queen Elizabeth Show Her Horseback Riding Like a Boss in Windsor

    It marks her appearance in public since lockdown began in the UK.

  • Don't Give Kids "Chores." Teach Them That Helping out Is Part of Being a Family.
    Lifestyle
    Good Housekeeping

    Don't Give Kids "Chores." Teach Them That Helping out Is Part of Being a Family.

    A doctor breaks down what tasks kids can handle at different ages — and why they're important.

  • These Affordable Drugstore Shampoos Are Perfect for Dry, Damaged Hair
    Style
    Good Housekeeping

    These Affordable Drugstore Shampoos Are Perfect for Dry, Damaged Hair

    Moisturize and hydrate your split ends, damaged hair, and dry scalp.From Good Housekeeping

  • Lady Gaga Dons Sexy All-Black Athleisure for a Coffee Run with Boyfriend Michael Polansky
    Celebrity
    Harper's Bazaar

    Lady Gaga Dons Sexy All-Black Athleisure for a Coffee Run with Boyfriend Michael Polansky

    It was a rare public outing for the relatively private couple.