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Stoned to death for being gay? Americans immune to cruelty must wake up and speak out Americans should condemn a penal code that sentences gays to death by stoning in the tiny nation of Brunei instead of immunizing ourselves to cruelty. I imagined these men hunted down and charged with breaking Sharia law, and feared the same for myself Follow him on Twitter: @StevenPetrow The cartoonist's homepage, Mike Thompson, USA TODAY Fullscreen The cartoonist's homepage, Andy Marlette, Pensacola (Fla.) News Journal Fullscreen The cartoonist's homepage, Marc Murphy, (Louisville, Ky.) Courier Journal Fullscreen The cartoonist's homepage, Mike Thompson, USA TODAY Fullscreen The cartoonist's homepage, Mike Thompson, USA TODAY Fullscreen The cartoonist's homepage, Marc Murphy, (Louisville, Ky.) Courier Journal Fullscreen The cartoonist's homepage, Andy Marlette, Pensacola (Fla.) News Journal Fullscreen The cartoonist's homepage, Mike Thompson, USA TODAY Fullscreen The cartoonist's homepage, Marc Murphy, (Louisville, Ky.) Courier Journal Fullscreen The cartoonist's homepage, Andy Marlette, Pensacola (Fla.) News Journal Fullscreen The cartoonist's homepage, Andy Marlette, Pensacola (Fla.) News Journal Fullscreen Last SlideNext Slide
How a $600m makeover is helping Snowmass step out from Aspen's shadow Snowmass in Colorado has been rather looked upon as the poor relative of near neighbour ritzy Aspen, magnet to America’s rich and famous. Snowmass in Colorado has been rather looked upon as the poor relative of near neighbour ritzy Aspen, magnet to America’s rich and famous What was once an old mining town, Aspen has charm, luxury shops, a stellar selection of restaurants and one of the coolest vibes of any ski resort in North America, possibly the world Purpose-built Snowmass, on the other hand, is only 14km away but a world apart
48 hours in. . . Cornwall, an insider guide to England's wild west Read our Telegraph Travel expert guide to Cornwall, including the best places to stay, eat, drink as well as the top attractions to visit, and all of the information that you need to know before you go. Wild moorland, Grecian blue sea and world-class fish and chips Cornwall is on everyone’s lips these days Despite such popularity the county retains its cloak of tradition and sense of isolation In pole position is Porthmeor Beach Café (01736 793366) which serves superb tapas
The world's LARGEST inflatable assault course is coming to the UK BRITS can now enjoy a Total Wipeout-style inflatable assault course. With 300m of fun, 'The Monster' will help you live out all your childhood fantasies. The fun is taking place at London’s Alexandra Palace over the end of summer Bank Holiday The course requires booking in 60 mins slots, which may require a bit of waiting around Thankfully, the venue's street food, cocktails and craft beer stalls are open all day to keep visitors entertained
I was paralysed when my baby was 6 months old - we learnt to walk together A MUM has revealed how she was left paralysed when her baby was just seven months old, meaning they learnt to walk together. Aiysha Hancock, 21, was perfectly healthy when her daughter Aurora was b… Once again, I was put on a ventilator to help me breath and they pumped me full of medication to try to halt the damage on my heart and lungs Earlier this week, we spoke to a woman who made her childhood sweetheart fall in love with her again after a car crash wiped his memory – now they’re married and have five kids
Number of vegan and vegetarian-only Airbnbs soars Property rental platform Airbnb now offers dozens of places to stay where the owner specifies it is for vegans and vegetarians only. Kitchen is vegetarian / vegan.'  Anne Francis has been running Homestay in Norwich for four years, but decided to make it vegetarian and vegan two-and-a-half years ago 'I've certainly had great experiences with hosts adapting their breakfast offering to a vegan one and providing cruelty-free toiletries, and hope more hosts will offer vegan-friendly accommodation.'
Britons SHUN European holidays over Brexit fear with a quarter claiming they'll stay in UK BREXIT fears are directly impacting on British holidaymakers vacation plans in 2019 – with many shunning breaks in the European Union as a result. The Article 50 Brexit extension, granted to UK Prime Minister Theresa May, does not seem to be allaying worries, as a quarter of Britons have refused to fly away for summer. Brexit news: A quarter of Britons are shunning holidays to Europe in light of Brexit (Image: Getty) Instead, we want a real sense of adventure and the freedom to explore and create our own escapades The Government doesn’t appear to be shifting the red lines because they’ve got a big pressure in the Tory party that actually wants to turn this country into a deregulated low-tax society which will do a deal with Trump
Opinion | Which 2020 Underdogs Stand a Chance? And what would a better immigration system look like? David Leonhardt I’ve worked at The Times since 1999 and have been an Op-Ed columnist since 2016 This week’s show is produced by Alex Laughlin for Transmitter Media and edited by Lacy Roberts We had help from Tyson Evans, Phoebe Lett, Ian Prasad Philbrick and Wynton Wong
29 Pieces Of Clothing You May Never Want To Take Off Try and make me wear something else, I dare you!!!! The bold hues give it a little something extra, dontcha think A truly magical Harry Potter pets dress covered in wizarding animal friends (and one foe): Fawkes, Hedwig, Trevor, Crookshanks, and Scabbers Sign in and be the first to comment! Post comment
Big News for People Who Spend Hours Staring at Maps on Planes The next generation of in-flight trackers will offer a much higher level of detail, taking fliers in a new, more commercial, direction. The in-flight moving map, object of fascination for travel geeks and impatient fliers, is going in a new direction Maps are the most popular elements of in-flight entertainment systems, capturing passenger attention by posting live updates about a trip, most importantly when you’ll arrive
Brits going to Portugal could see flights cancelled due to airport fuel shortage BRITISH tourists heading to Portugal could find their flights diverted or even cancelled due to a shortage of fuel at local airports. Strike action by truck drivers in the country mean supplies are… However, according to the government, the minimum service has not been provided Can you fly MAN-FAO-MAN without refuelling, or should I expect trouble Last month, Eurostar travellers were affected by French union strikes, with delays and long queues still taking place Sun Online Travel has contacted Ryanair for comment
Men are getting £550 Botox injections in their BALLS to impress women BLOKES are forking out £550 for Botox injections on their balls. The painful procedure is said to help smooth the testicles and iron out any wrinkles. SCROTOX: The procedure involves surgeons injecting Botox into the testicles (Pic: GETTY) Scrotox costs $1000 AUD, which is equivalent to around £550 He told The scrotum is a very vascular organ, and there is a potential risk for the Botox to travel throughout the body if injected incorrectly They can then assist and talk you through any medical treatment that could be available
The 12 Coolest Neighborhoods Around the World We all know that the best way to really know a city isn’t to go to the central square or major museums, or even the most tourist-trodden neighborhoods. What’s more interesting is discovering the up-and-coming neighborhoods where local creatives are settling in and setting up shop. It recently became more fashionable when the main avenue, Agmashenebeli, was renovated and especially when the Fabrika space opened An intricate origami installation created by Kalk Bay local Sanae Sawada decorates the walls of the iconic café, which is just steps from the charming seal-invaded wharf
Flights: WATCH male passenger’s shock toilet behaviour which sparked huge hygiene concerns FLIGHT passengers have a variety of different personality traits – and some in particular may annoy their fellow travellers. A video of a male airline passenger doing something many considered truly disgusting has now gone viral on Instagram. Flights: A plane passenger was caught walking to the on-board toilet barefoot (Image: Instagram/PassengerShaming) He continued to walk down the aisle to his seat, with the soles of his feet exposed to anything that might have been in his path The female pulled one plastic glove over each foot but, as the toes weren’t long enough to fill the finger holes, they flapped about, appearing rather comical indeed
I spent four years searching for the perfect UK campsite – here's what I found Or maybe you mistake a lack of facilities for getting away from stress and going wild Britain's most luxurious glamping holidays When you’ve learned to camp, city life becomes easier Shottisham Farm, Woodbridge, Suffolk: from £17 for two people with a vehicle and caravan, £4 for each additional person
Josh Patterson says daughter India won't ever come from a broken home Although Josh Patterson and Binky Felstead have ended their romance, the pair appear to be stronger than ever, providing a stable family unit for their daughter - who turns two in June. They were one of Made In Chelsea's best-loved couples - who provided the show with the first ever MIC baby, India Values: The reality star - who quit MIC in 2017 when India was born - went on to insist they don't consider their situation to be 'a broken home' Apple of his eye: 'This is the most important thing I have ever done..
We're witnessing the slow death of mini hotel toiletries – and it can't come soon enough Imagine if supermarket-bought shampoo only existed in miniature bottles, and that every single morning after your shower you chucked the bottle away (empty or not) and replaced it with a new one. Or that spaghetti came in single-use, one-serving packages Or that wine could only be sold in plastic thimbles Yet each year, hotels all over the world toss millions of half-full mini toiletry bottles into the bin This not only contributes to the very serious issue of what to do with all our excess plastic, but laughs in the face of another problem: that there are plenty of people on this planet in desperate need of the soap we're throwing in landfills...
Eat like a local in Berlin: 11 tip-top restaurants to try An insider's guide to the best restaurants in Berlin, including the best Michelin restaurants in Berlin and the best German restaurants in Berlin. Find expert reviews of top restaurants in Mitte, Charlottenberg, Prenzlauer Berg, Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg. More insider guides for planning a trip to Berlin 48 hours Attractions Hotels Nightlife Restaurants Bars Berlin has it all, from pioneering vegetarian restaurants and Vietnamese noodle joints to upmarket kebab gaffs and Michelin-starred establishments
Amazing walks in the Lake District, from rolling fells to peaceful waters Read our insider's guide to the best walks in the Lake District, as recommended by Telegraph Travel. Find expert advice on historic routes and lesser-known scenic paths through the county, including Scafell Pike and Cat Bells. Indeed, the great fell-walker, Alfred Wainwright, identified 214 fells over 1,000 feet (around 300 metres) in the area, which should keep any list-ticker busy for several years They range from the iconic Scafell Pike and Helvellyn to gentler (but just as rewarding in terms of views) fells such as Cat Bells
Breaking Dad: What happens when your 56 year-old father becomes Britain's most notorious meth dealer? On a summer’s evening in 2003, James Lubbock received an unexpected phonecall from his father, Richard. On a summer’s evening in 2003, James Lubbock received an unexpected phonecall from his father, Richard I have some news and I’d rather tell you over dinner Now he thought about it, his dad had always been a bit of a flirt and did  travel a lot for work...
Boeing Crashes And Uber Collision Show Passenger Safety Relies On Corporate Promises These tragedies are the result of regulators and industry experts overlooking the complexities and risks of interactions between technologies and humans and increasingly relying on companies’ voluntary self-assessment. Photo: HEIKKI SAUKKOMAA/AFP/Getty Images That’s not what happened as Elaine Herzberg crossed the road The Uber self-driving car that hit and killed her did see her with its sensors and cameras, but was unable to stop on its own This article originally appeared in The Conversation
Google Maps mystery as UK house is entirely blacked out by cameras - but why? GOOGLE MAPS cameras track the goings on, geographical and construction layouts of destinations all over the world. Yet as the Street View team ventured a little closer to home in the UK, they captured scenes which were then oddly blacked out. The vehicle could be seen peeking into the left hand side of the shot Resident Jane Allison told The Gazette she had not requested to have her property edited out She told the publication: I’ve been in this house since 2000 but I have no idea why you can't see it It is unclear why the youth was so eager to keep his look under wraps