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Protests descending into mob rule, PM warns police

Officers must use their powers against people who undermine democracy by targeting MPs, Rishi Sunak says.

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'Best day of my life' - Danns double takes Liverpool past Southampton

Teenagers Lewis Koumas and Jayden Danns are on target as Liverpool beat Southampton to set up an FA Cup quarter-final tie with Manchester United.

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Fears lives are in danger due to firefighter shortage

There are concerns fire services may not be able to respond quickly to rural blazes.

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Chelsea snatch dramatic win over Leeds in FA Cup

Conor Gallagher scores a last-minute winner as Chelsea snatch a dramatic victory over Leeds United to move into the FA Cup quarter-finals.

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Women were 'not believed' on Emma killer warnings

Two former sex workers who were picked up by Iain Packer say police failed to act on warnings that he was dangerous.

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Rangers claim 'massive three points' at Kilmarnock

Rangers manager Philippe Clement welcomes a "massive three points" as his team come from behind to beat Kilmarnock and preserve their two-point Scottish Premiership lead.

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Teenager Danns scores twice as Liverpool beat Southampton

Watch teenagers Lewis Koumas and Jayden Danns score their first goals for Liverpool as their side beat Southampton 3-0 to progress to the FA Cup quarter-finals.

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Casemiro winner helps Man Utd see off Forest

Watch highlights as Casemiro scores an 89th-minute winner to help Manchester United beat Nottingham Forest and set up an FA Cup quarter-final with Liverpool.

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Late Casemiro winner helps Man Utd progress at Forest

Casemiro scores an 89th-minute winner as Manchester United beat Nottingham Forest to reach the FA Cup quarter-finals.

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One dead and two missing after Channel rescue

Around 50 migrants were said to be on the small boat when it got into trouble off the French coast.

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McConnell to step down as Senate Republican leader

The longest-serving Republican leader of the US Senate announces it is "time to move on".

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Curb Your Enthusiasm star Richard Lewis dies aged 76

He died peacefully in his home after suffering a heart attack, his publicist told US media.

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Family's anger at police failures as Emma Caldwell's killer is jailed

Emma's family said she had been failed by police due to a "toxic culture of misogyny and corruption".

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The government has announced money for extra security for MPs

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Journalists call for foreign media access to Gaza

More than 50 correspondents and presenters urge Israel and Egypt to allow them to enter Gaza.

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Watch: How I confronted Emma Caldwell’s killer

BBC Journalist Samantha Poling confronted Iain Packer during on-camera interviews, which were later shown to the jury in court.

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Moon lander pictured on its side with snapped leg

The Odysseus robot broke a leg on touchdown but continued to stream data back to Earth

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Brown's skateboarding and surfing Olympic dream

Fifteen-year-old Sky Brown tells BBC Sport's Natalie Pirks about her dream of competing in both skateboarding and surfing for Team GB at the Olympic Games.

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Troubles immunity clause 'breaches' human rights

The law involves a conditional amnesty for suspects and bans future inquests and civil actions.

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Harry loses court challenge over UK security

The Duke of Sussex fails to overturn a change to his security when he stopped being a working royal.

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Bangs that sparked Titan sub search hope heard for first time

Noises that prompted hope in the search for the missing Titan submersible have been released to the media.

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Explosion at house leaves woman seriously injured

A primary school and homes have been evacuated following the blast in Bury, Greater Manchester.

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Sarah Smith: Protest vote over Gaza is election warning Biden cannot ignore

A similar display of anger in November could swing who wins the White House, writes BBC North America editor Sarah Smith.

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Red Bull's Horner cleared of inappropriate behaviour

Red Bull's team principal Christian Horner is cleared of inappropriate behaviour towards a female colleague following an internal investigation.

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Man jailed for taking brother's picture in court

Kane Thompson shared a picture taken inside Newcastle Crown Court on social media.

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Thousands of protesting farmers descend on Cardiff

Farming leaders have called on the Welsh government to listen to the "anguish" of rural communities.

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How police missed the chance to catch Emma's killer

Iain Packer was left free to continue attacking women while senior officers pursued a case against four Turkish men.

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To defeat Putin, stop being boring, says Navalny's widow

Yulia Navalnaya addresses MEPs after the death of her husband, a high-profile critic of Putin.

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Rapper Ja Rule denied UK entry ahead of tour

The musician says his criminal record was the reason he has to shelve the British leg of his tour.

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'Angry families turned up to find me dressed as Willy Wonka'

Paul Connell was offered the lead role at the cancelled event in a Glasgow warehouse.

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Will no-fault eviction reforms get watered down?

The BBC has seen draft amendments to a bill to ban landlords from evicting tenants without reason.

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All you need to know about the train strikes in March

LNER and Northern train drivers, plus London Overground staff, are all set to stage walkouts.

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Grenfell-style cladding fear after Valencia fire

Construction pictures suggest the cladding used on the building may be of a type now banned in the UK.

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Apple unplugs electric car project, reports say

The firm never acknowledged the project publicly but had recruited about two thousands workers.

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'I was inundated with incel messages within an hour'

A theatre director posed as a man online to learn more about incels, and was shocked at the results.

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‘Green’ UK power station still burning rare forest wood

Owner Drax, which received £6bn in subsidies, continues to burn timber from Canadian trees - BBC finds.

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Why South Korean women aren't having babies

South Korea has spent billions to reverse its low birth rate, but some say it isn't listening to young women’s needs.

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Iranian women 'ready to pay the price' for defying hijab rules

Three women describe how they flout headscarf laws ahead of the first polls since nationwide protests.

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Why Do You Hate Me?

Football star Eni Aluko's battle against online misogyny and racism.

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How are income tax and National Insurance changing?

There is speculation that the government might cut income tax or National Insurance in the Budget.

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When is the Budget and what will it mean for my money?

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt will set out the government's tax and spending plans in the spring Budget.

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Who gets 15 hours of free childcare and when do I apply?

Parents in England wanting 15 hours free childcare for two-year-olds face an important deadline.

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What is council tax and how much is it going up?

Millions of households are expected to see their council tax bills rise in April.

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The most beautiful sections of China's Great Wall

Having lived in Beijing for almost 12 years, I've had plenty of time to travel widely in China.

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Look of the Week: Blackpink headline Coachella in Korean hanboks

Bringing the second day of this year's Coachella to a close, K-Pop girl group Blackpink made history Saturday night when they became the first Asian act to ever headline the festival. To a crowd of, reportedly, over 125,000 people, Jennie, Jisoo, Lisa and Rosé used the ground-breaking moment to pay homage to Korean heritage by arriving onstage in hanboks: a traditional type of dress.

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Still haven't filed your taxes? Here's what you need to know

So far this tax season, the IRS has received more than 90 million income tax returns for 2022.

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Markets digest bank earnings after recent turmoil

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Retail spending fell in March as consumers pull back

Spending at US retailers fell in March as consumers pulled back amid recessionary fears fueled by the banking crisis.

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Analysis: Fox News is about to enter the true No Spin Zone

This is it.

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Silicon Valley Bank collapse renews calls to address disparities impacting entrepreneurs of color

When customers at Silicon Valley Bank rushed to withdraw billions of dollars last month, venture capitalist Arlan Hamilton stepped in to help some of the founders of color who panicked about losing access to payroll funds.

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'I was up to my waist down a hippo's throat.' He survived, and here's his advice

Paul Templer was living his best life.

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Michael Jordan's 1998 NBA Finals sneakers sell for a record $2.2 million

In 1998, Michael Jordan laced up a pair of his iconic black and red Air Jordan 13s to bring home a Bulls victory during Game 2 of his final NBA championship — and now they are the most expensive sneakers ever to sell at auction. The game-winning sneakers sold for $2.2 million at Sotheby's in New York on Tuesday, smashing the sneaker auction record of $1.47 million, set in 2021 by a pair of Nike Air Ships that Jordan wore earlier in his career.

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How Playboy cut ties with Hugh Hefner to create a post-MeToo brand

Hugh Hefner launched Playboy Magazine 70 years ago this year. The first issue included a nude photograph of Marilyn Monroe, which he had purchased and published without her knowledge or consent.

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They bought an abandoned 'ghost house' in the Japanese countryside

He'd spent years backpacking around the world, and Japanese traveler Daisuke Kajiyama was finally ready to return home to pursue his long-held dream of opening up a guesthouse.

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Here's the real reason to turn on airplane mode when you fly

We all know the routine by heart: "Please ensure your seats are in the upright position, tray tables stowed, window shades are up, laptops are stored in the overhead bins and electronic devices are set to flight mode."

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'A definitive backslide.' Inside fashion's worrying runway trend

Now that the Fall-Winter 2023 catwalks have been disassembled, it's clear one trend was more pervasive than any collective penchant for ruffles, pleated skirts or tailored coats.

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Relaxed entry rules make it easier than ever to visit this stunning Asian nation

Due to its remoteness and short summer season, Mongolia has long been a destination overlooked by travelers.

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Scientists identify secret ingredient in Leonardo da Vinci paintings

"Old Masters" such as Leonardo da Vinci, Sandro Botticelli and Rembrandt may have used proteins, especially egg yolk, in their oil paintings, according to a new study.

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The surreal facades of America's strip clubs

Some people travel the world in search of adventure, while others seek out natural wonders, cultural landmarks or culinary experiences. But French photographer François Prost was looking for something altogether different during his recent road trip across America: strip clubs.

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Nelly Cheboi, who creates computer labs for Kenyan schoolchildren, is CNN's Hero of the Year

Celebrities and musicians are coming together tonight to honor everyday people making the world a better place.

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CNN Heroes: Sharing the Spotlight

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These were the best and worst places for air quality in 2021, new report shows

Air pollution spiked to unhealthy levels around the world in 2021, according to a new report.

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Not only is Lake Powell's water level plummeting because of drought, its total capacity is shrinking, too

Lake Powell, the second-largest human-made reservoir in the US, has lost nearly 7% of its potential storage capacity since 1963, when Glen Canyon Dam was built, a new report shows.

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Big-box stores could help slash emissions and save millions by putting solar panels on roofs. Why aren't more of them doing it?

As the US attempts to wean itself off its heavy reliance on fossil fuels and shift to cleaner energy sources, many experts are eyeing a promising solution: your neighborhood big-box stores and shopping malls.

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Donate now to a Top 10 CNN Hero

Anderson Cooper explains how you can easily donate to any of the 2021 Top 10 CNN Heroes.

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