‘Can this bill’: Elon Musk rips Biden’s Build Back Better bill to crowd of CEOs

If it passes, Joe Biden’s Build Back Better Act could be the most transformative government investment in the climate crisis ever. But according to Elon Musk, perhaps the industry tycoon most invested—literally and figuratively—in a green future, that may not be such a good thing. He would scrap the bill altogether, Musk told a conference … Read more

Covid news live: Omicron likely to become dominant variant, Harvard researcher says; France to close nightclubs

10.58pm EST 22:58 Thailand hopes for sustainable post-Covid comeback Thailand is hoping to make its idyllic Phi Phi islands a more sustainable model of tourism as the country reopens to visitors, Agence France-Presse reports. Before the pandemic, Phi Phi National Marine Park attracted more than two million visitors a year and Maya Bay drew up … Read more

Woke San Francisco restaurant kicks cops out for making staff feel ‘uncomfortable’

A San Francisco restaurant that brands itself a ‘safe space for queer and BIPOC individuals’ was forced to issue a groveling apology after kicking out three armed cops.  Rachel Sillcocks and Christina Compton, the owners of Hilda and Jesse Restaurant apologized in a social media post published Sunday following an outcry and calls to boycott … Read more

Barcelona make Ousmane Dembele decision as Liverpool ‘line up’ move

Liverpool may look to bolster their squad in the January transfer window as they push for a Premier League title that will be undoubtedly be decided by fine margins Video Loading Video Unavailable The video will auto-play soon8Cancel Play now Klopp reflects on Liverpool’s win at Wolves Liverpool secured a dramatic victory at Wolves to … Read more

Australia’s support for the Crown could wane during Prince Charles’ reign, expert warns

Prince Charles’ climate change stance ‘political’ to Australians Following Barbados’ decision to become a republic on November 30, there are growing concerns other Commonwealth countries could follow the former Caribbean colony in severing ties with the British crown. Australia, a nation which voted to remain a constitutional monarchy by 55 percent to 45 percent in … Read more

Molecule in fish ‘plays role in protecting and improving cognitive function’

A molecule found in fish and other seafood could play a role in protecting and improving cognitive function in the brain, a study suggests. Researchers investigated the role of trimethylamine N-oxide (TMAO), which is present in people’s diets, and produced by the body during digestion of fish. It is broken down by bacteria in the … Read more