Welsh parties try to force publication of Carl Sargeant report

Tories to use debate to compel government to publish inquiry into claims sacking was leakedOpposition parties are trying to force the Welsh government to publish a report examining claims that the sacking of Carl Sargeant from his ministerial post was lea


David Copperfield: lawsuit reveals disappearing act trick

British man claims he suffered brain injury when he fell while participating in Las Vegas showJurors got a rare behind-the-scenes look at a David Copperfield disappearing act during testimony in a negligence lawsuit involving a British man who claims he w


Australian minister claims foreign aid spending too unpopular to increase

Coalition minister Concetta Fierravanti-Wells says increasing aid politically untenable while calling on UK to pay moreAid groups have criticised as “unfortunate and inaccurate” a government minister’s comments that Australia’s foreign aid commitm


Facebook ad feature claims to predict user's future behaviour

Social network criticised over feature that targets users who are likely to switch to an advertiser’s rival’s productFacebook has been criticised for hiding an advertising product that claims to be able to predict users’ future behaviours and target

Formula 1

Daniel Ricciardo wins Chinese Grand Prix as Verstappen clips Vettel

Ricciardo grabs first win of the season as Vettel faltersLewis Hamilton finishes fourth as Valtteri Bottas grabs secondDaniel Ricciardo won the Chinese Grand Prix for Red Bull from sixth on the grid after a remarkable late charge through the field, where

United States

No credible deaths threats against EPA chief Scott Pruitt, Senate Democrats say

Democrats urge investigation into Pruitt’s security precautionsPruitt’s spokesman claims ‘unprecedented’ number of death threatsConfidential security assessments in the Environmental Protection Agency show no evidence of specific, credible, physic


US casts doubt on Australia's claim of permanent exemption from Trump's tariffs

US Customs and Border Protection says exemptions are ‘only effective’ until 30 AprilUS customs officials say Donald Trump has yet to issue any order extending Australia’s exemption from steel tariffs beyond 1 May, despite the government’s claim th


Madison Brengle sues tennis bodies over injuries allegedly caused by doping tests

World No83 claims injuries were caused by anti-doping testsBrengle says she disclosed rare condition triggered by needlesAmerican tennis player Madison Brengle filed a lawsuit on Monday against the Women’s Tennis Association and the International Tennis

United States

NYPD settles lawsuit after illegally spying on Muslims

Muslim leaders say agreement will prevent future abuses2012 suit after report revealed NYPD spied on mosques and student groups in New Jersey Muslim leaders and their lawyers say a settlement of legal claims that the New York City Police Department illega


Constable who copped the agony of endo claims she then had to battle 'bullying' bosses

Discriminated against in the South Australian force, Sarah Berry fought backWhen police constable Sarah Berry tried to tell her superior officer she needed surgery and extra sick leave for her debilitating medical condition, she was told to increase her p

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