Many allergy sufferers rely on pollen counts to avoid the worst, but science may offer a better solution

[ad_1] London — Spring is in the air, and so is misery for millions of seasonal allergy sufferers. Stopping to smell the flowers can lead to sneezing, watery eyes or worse for Londoner Alex Hill. “It’s like stuffy nose, sinus headaches, like nosebleeds,” he told CBS News as he walked his dog Roxie through a park … Read more

Scientists working on AI tech to match dogs up with the perfect owners

[ad_1] London — When Londoner Chelsea Battle first met her cavapoo Peanut, it was love at first sight. “He’s my son,” she told CBS News, calling her bond with her dog “one of the most important relationships in my life.” Chelsea adopted Peanut during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. “I think it’s really important to … Read more

Princess Kate’s cancer diagnosis highlights balancing act between celebrity and royals’ private lives

[ad_1] The announcement by Catherine, the Princess of Wales, of her cancer diagnosis and treatment has led to a reckoning about how members of the royal family are treated and covered in the media, and about how much privacy they can expect to enjoy as some of the world’s most recognizable individuals. CBS News royal contributor … Read more

3/22: CBS News Weekender

[ad_1] 3/22: CBS News Weekender – CBS News Watch CBS News Lana Zak reports on Kate Middleton’s cancer diagnosis, a deadly attack on a concert hall in Moscow, and a preview of the top NCAA Women’s Basketball games. Be the first to know Get browser notifications for breaking news, live events, and exclusive reporting. Not … Read more

U.K. cracks down on synthetic opioid 10 times stronger than fentanyl causing overdoses in Europe

[ad_1] Colorado law enforcement warning about opioid recently showing up in overdose toxicology reports Colorado law enforcement warning about opioid recently showing up in overdose toxicology reports 01:13 London — As authorities clamp down on fentanyl distribution and the amount of heroin produced in Afghanistan decreases under the Taliban, criminal enterprises have turned to a deadly … Read more

U.K. high court rules Australian computer scientist is not bitcoin founder

[ad_1] Who is Satoshi Nakamoto? A ruling from Britain’s high court Thursday has at least narrowed down who Satoshi is not.  For eight years, Australian computer scientist Craig Wright has claimed that he was the man behind “Satoshi Nakamoto,” the pseudonym that masked the identity of the creator of bitcoin. His claim was vehemently rejected … Read more

U.S. and U.K. conduct fourth round of joint airstrikes on Houthi targets in Yemen

[ad_1] The U.S. and U.K together launched “more than a dozen” airstrikes against Houthi targets in Yemen Saturday, two U.S. officials confirmed to CBS News. This is the fourth round of joint coalition strikes since Jan. 11 to pressure the Houthis to stop attacking commercial shipping lanes in the Red Sea.  The strikes hit 18 … Read more

What to know as Julian Assange faces a ruling on his U.S. extradition case over WikiLeaks secrets

[ad_1] London — Lawyers for Julian Assange were making their final appeal to a U.K. court Tuesday of plans for the WikiLeaks founder to be extradited to the U.S. to face espionage charges related to government secrets he spilled on his website. Assange, who has been imprisoned in London for almost five years, used WikiLeaks to … Read more

“Oppenheimer” wins best picture at the British Academy Film Awards

[ad_1] Atom bomb epic “Oppenheimer” won seven prizes, including best picture, director and actor, at the 77th British Academy Film Awards on Sunday, cementing its front-runner status for the Oscars next month. Gothic fantasia “Poor Things” took five prizes and Holocaust drama “The Zone of Interest” won three. British-born filmmaker Christopher Nolan won his first … Read more