America

Cuba's new president vows to modernise economy

Successor to Raúl Castro promises no ‘capitalist restoration’Miguel Díaz-Castro, 57, is first non-Castro to lead Cuba in 60 yearsCuba’s new president has promised to modernize the country’s economy and make the government more responsive to its

Football

Burnley v Chelsea: Premier League – live!

Premier League updates as Burnley entertain Chelsea, 7.45pm (BST)Chelsea hold on at Everton to maintain three-point WSL leadAnd feel free to email Paul or tweet @Paul_Doyle 7.49pm BST 5 min: After patient Burnley passing, Westwood prods the ball forward i

Politics

DOJ's watchdog sends criminal referral on ex-FBI deputy director: source

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Office of the Inspector General at the U.S. Department of Justice has referred its findings on former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe to the U.S. attorney in Washington for possible criminal prosecution, according to a person

Life & Style

Kylie Jenner criticised over leaving baby Stormi while at Coachella: Parenting expert DEFENDS Kylie for partying with two month old at home

Kylie Jenner unveiled new bright pink as she partied at Coachelle, leaving two month old daughter Stormi at home  [Instagram / Kylie Jenner] Kylie Jenner shared pictures showing off her bright pink hair as she partied at Coachella.  The 2

United States

Prince: no criminal charges to be filed over musician's overdose death

Minneapolis prosecutor says investigation into how the musician got the fentanyl that killed him is over and that overdose was accidentalNo criminal charges will be filed over the death of Prince, the superstar musician who died from an accidental fentany

World

How North Korea's Hackers Became Dangerously Good

North Korea’s fingerprints have appeared recently in some surprisingly sophisticated cyberattacks, including on central banks and cryptocurrency exchanges. Pyongyang is cultivating elite hackers much like other countries train Olympic athletes.

Celebrity

Gemma's hijacked my body: Model FURY at TOWIE star's photoshopped pictures

GEMMA Collins is facing possible legal action after pictures were published of her head “terribly” photoshopped onto another model’s body.

Finance

Sainsbury’s sparks outrage by ditching regular Coca Cola bottles from its lunchtime meal deal

SAINSBURY’S has sparked outrage after ditching regular Coke bottles from its meal deals. The decision to drop the classic drink from the £3 deals has been blamed on price rises following the new sugar tax. Supermarket bosses said 500ml bottles of D

Life & Style

Rough Time Sleeping Next to Your Partner? These Technologies Might Help

Has your relationship gone to the dogs? It might be your mattress. A new breed of beds has been designed to stop the arguments and help mismatched sleeping couples wake refreshed.

United Kingdom

GBBO baker Ali Imdad is fighting Islamophobia with dessert

'Right now, when you talk about Muslims you talk about terrorism, immigration or hijab. Okay, but what about orange juice?'

Politics

EPA inspector general opens new probe into Pruitt's travels

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Environmental Protection Agency's inspector general will investigate agency Administrator Scott Pruitt's use of his official security detail on recent personal trips, the latest in a string of congressional, White House and inte

Entertainment

Aisha Chithira, Who Died After Leaving Abortion Clinic, 'Did Not Seem Seriously Ill', Nurse Insists

A nurse has insisted a woman who died after being discharged from an abortion clinic appeared to be well enough to leave, despite vomiting and hyper-ventilating and appearing “not with it all”, according to the taxi driver who collected her.At

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