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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex spoke about their trouble with the media spotlight in a new interview.
President Trump has given his first foreign sit-down interview to ‘Good Morning Britain’, where he was quizzed by former Celebrity Apprentice winner Piers Morgan on his racist retweets.
WWE have announced a tournament to crown a UK Champion, but what does this mean for the UK independent scene...and for wrestling
Is the media suddenly realizing that there are people who were born before 1945 who are still very much alive? And that there's whole bunch of them? According to the 2010 census, if I read Wikipedia correctly, the figure clocks in at 28,282,721.
Jamelia Defends Controversial 'Plus Size' Comments: 'I Stand By What I Said'
I think we are trying to create a world in itself, a kind of universe. We want people to become involved with that world, and they do it in their relationships with these fictional characters. And sometimes their relationship can be surprisingly powerful, almost alarming. People pray for my characters.
When New York Times journalists Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn invited her to go to Cartagena, Colombia to film a documentary companion to their latest book, A Path Appears, she was ready.
We have no clue what story ITV’s reporter was covering because everyone was too distracted by the "dead" squirrel being carried off in the background.
Why do we love the "Downton Abbey" cast? Because they know how to laugh at themselves and stay hydrated. Earlier this week
Now, this is nothing new. "Good Morning Britain" is the third show in a row that ITV has tried to put up opposite "BBC Breakfast
iPad Pro, But Not For A While It's time for another installment of "This Week In Apple Rumors," where we bring you the latest
The jury is still out on whether or not the new tablets will feature Touch ID, the fingerprint unlocking technology that's
So without further ado, here's This Week in Apple Rumors. But the bad news is that version is more than a few months off
Turness became the UK's first female editor of a news division in 2004 when she took on the role at ITV, which is equivalent
Forget about the iTV, iWatch or a bigger or cheaper iPhone. What Apple needs more than anything else right now isn't a new device -- it's software.