The 23 cloistered nuns of Poor Clares of Arundel in England’s south coast are topping the British music charts, after Decca Records convinced them to share their singing of medieval texts with the world.
A U.K. study has found that belief in a pet afterlife has been on the rise since the Victorian era, with more recent animal graves featuring a greater number of references to owners being reunited with their pets after death.
If there's a silver lining eight months into the global pandemic, it's that Canadians have embraced the outdoors. But winter will present new challenges, and businesses are now trying to meet demand for outdoor winter activities.
A new study from Harvard University suggests that flying during the pandemic is less risky than eating at restaurants or going grocery shopping. However, a contrasting report about a COVID-19 outbreak linked to a seven-hour flight to Ireland is raising renewed concerns about in-flight transmission.
With a bit of rejiggering, U.S. President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump played host Sunday to hundreds of superheroes, unicorns, skeletons and even a miniature version of themselves as part of a Halloween celebration at the White House.