United States

Women's march: Where, when and why will protests happen?

Protests are planned across the US this weekend - here's what you need to know

United States

Jury clears ex-rail workers in Lac-Megantic train disaster

Forty-seven people were killed in the Quebec town in one of the worst rail disasters in Canadian history.

Northern Ireland

Nominations close in Sinn Féin leadership race

Mary Lou McDonald is expected to be the only candidate in the running to take over from Gerry Adams.

United States

Las Vegas shooting: Police say gunman's girlfriend won't face charges

Police say they still don't know the motive for October's mass shooting that left 58 people dead.


Swansea prison probe after inmate Robert Evans' death

Robert Lee Evans was found dead in HMP Swansea on Sunday, the Prison Service says.


Olympic Gold medallists Raisman and Wieber face their abuser

Aly Raisman and Jordyn Wieber confront former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar in court.


Gormley faces fourth gross misconduct probe

The latest complaint made against Scotland's chief constable would amount to gross misconduct if true, a watchdog rules.


CHAN 2018: Nigeria leave it late before beating Libya 1-0

Nigeria leave it late to beat Libya 1-0 in Group C of the African Nations Championship (CHAN) in Morocco on Friday.


CHAN 2018: Guinea dismiss coach and lose Sudan appeal

Guinea sack senior national coach Kanfory Bangoura after their early CHAN exit while also losing an appeal that could have kept them in the Morocco tournament.


Ministers back down in legal battle over disability benefits

Campaigners welcome government decision not to appeal High Court ruling on mental health eligibility.


US shutdown: Senate bill on verge of collapse amid rancour

President Trump invites the Democratic Senate leader to the White House for last-ditch talks.


Mattis: US national security focus no longer terrorism

The defence secretary points to "growing threats" from Russia and China.

United Kingdom

Sir Stirling Moss to retire from public life after illness

Motor racing legend Sir Stirling Moss decides to retire from public life following a long illness.


Man jailed for murdering Halifax mother-of-two Jessica King

Jessica King's body was found by police at the family home in Halifax.


Liverpool shop raider armed with Lenor fabric conditioner foiled

Staff fought off the would-be robber after realising his "weapon" was a bottle of fabric conditioner.


Donald Trump's Shameful, Shameless First Year In The White House

Trump is a man without shame - how do we hold to account someone who holds themselves unaccountable?


Dignity cuts funeral prices amid growing competition

Shares in Dignity, the UK's only listed funeral firm fall 50%, as it cuts prices by 25%.

United Kingdom

Becoming an adult - what it means to you

Adolescence now lasts until 24, say some scientists, with people delaying marriage and parenthood.


Is It Really Possible To Go Off Grid?

Going on the run isn’t easy, but there are a few things that you can do to successfully evade capture


Web firms 'better' at hate speech removal

The European Union says that 70% of material deemed to be offensive is removed within 24 hours.


Rhyl road rage driver Christopher Jones 'used car as weapon'

Christopher Jones is jailed for 20 months after "putting lives at risk" with his dangerous driving.

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