Parent’s fume as schools close for SECOND day over snow and -13C Arctic blast

PARENTS have been left fuming as hundreds of schools remain closed for a second day after temperatures plunged to -13C overnight. Dozens of school gates have remained shut in Staffordshire, Gloucestershire, Shropshire, Herefordshire and Wales as parent groups blasted heads for taking the “easy option”. Margaret Morrissey, of campaign group

A Day in the Life of a Female Wildland Firefighter

What Bailey McDade does for a living is hardly what you'd call conventional. As a wildland firefighter, she's tasked with stopping the spread of wildfires right where they start — and with preventing those fires from moving out of rural areas and into more populated communities. And after

3 Major Election Day Wins For Women That Will Give You Hope

On Nov. 7, Virginia elected its first openly transgender candidate for the state legislator and Charlotte, NC, voted in its first black female mayor. This Election Day, women across the country scored historic wins, and their stories will give you hope for the future. Source:

This Saturday is one of the best football days of the year, with massive games all across Europe… and even the Premier League 3pm kick-offs are good

  Liverpool host Man United, while Arsenal, Barcelona, Juventus, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and PSG are all also in action THIS Saturday is set to be an absolute cracker for football fans, with massive games on the cards all across Europe. Starting off domestically, Liverpool host Manchester United in the 12.30pm kick-off at

Number of UK children taken into care soars to 90 per day

A RECORD 90 children a day were taken into care last year - the biggest rise in seven years - official figures show. Town hall chiefs warned councils across England are now at “tipping point”. Figures show the total number of children in foster care or waiting for adoption reached