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Clarence Thomas calls leak of supreme court abortion draft ‘tremendously bad’. Conservative US justice fears permanent damage to ‘fragile’ institution and decries protests at justices’ homes
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Michael Gove vows to end Russian property ‘racket’ Mariupol will host Eurovision in 2023, pledges Zelensky ‘Our husbands were betrayed by Ukrainian traitors’ How Putin's war exposed the folly of Macron's EU army Listen to the latest episode of our daily Ukraine podcast
Upcoming primary elections for state supreme court seats in North Carolina and Arkansas are putting the spotlight on how such races across the U.S. have grown in importance in recent years and led to high-dollar, partisan battles for control
Daring heists are a staple of crime capers from The Ladykillers to Ocean's 11, but for celebrities in Cannes, these fictional felonies can become all too real.
Ukraine has won this year's Eurovision contest, with the UK finishing second.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will travel to the United Arab Emirates on Sunday to pay respects following the death of President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed, his office said on Saturday. Johnson, who said he was deeply saddened to learn of the death, will also use the visit "to reinforce the close bond between the United Kingdom and United Arab Emirates which will continue under the Presidency of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan," the statement said.
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Novak Djokovic showed his form with victory over Stefanos Tsitsipas in the Italian Open final, while Iga Swiatek thrashed Ons Jabeur
‘For women of this country, this will be a summer of rage’, said organisers
BERLIN/STOCKHOLM (Reuters) -NATO and the United States said on Sunday they were confident Turkey would not hold up membership of Finland and Sweden in the Western military alliance, as the two Nordic states took firm steps to join in response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Finnish President Sauli Niinisto confirmed on Sunday that his country would apply to join NATO, while Sweden's ruling Social Democrats announced an official policy change that would pave the way for their country to apply within days.
Safeguarding minister Rachel Maclean said a long-term solution to the cost-of-living crisis could involve taking on more hours at work.
A high-powered American delegation led by Vice President Kamala Harris is flying to the United Arab Emirates to pay respects to the federation’s late ruler and meet with the newly ascended president
Fred Ward, who starred in films including Tremors, The Right Stuff and The Player, has died aged 79. Ward had previously worked as a boxer, as a lumberjack in Alaska and as a short-order cook who served in the US Air Force. A San Diego native, Ward was part Cherokee.
Cancer campaigner Deborah James has said she's had the "most surreal, mind-blowing, humbling five days" of her life after being made a dame and her fundraiser reaching more than £5.7m. The podcast host, who is receiving hospice-at-home care to manage her terminal bowel cancer, thanked the public for their "generosity" and the Duke of Cambridge for "going above and beyond". Prince William personally delivered Ms James' damehood to her home in Surrey on Friday.
Her Majesty’s outfits are never complete without her signature black handbag
OXFORD City were well beaten in their Vanarama National League South play-off semi-final as Dorking Wanderers proved too strong on a sweltering afternoon in Surrey.
A mountaineer once told he would never walk again unaided after shattering both his heels has scaled Mount Everest for a record-breaking 16th time, the highest number by a non-Sherpa.
THE latest update of the research on the minimum price of alcohol (MPA) confirms that this token attempt to reduce harmful drinking has had very little effect ("Scottish ministers to consider new alcohol price hike after policy review", May 8). Alcohol Focus Scotland and many others want to push up the MPA from 50p to 65p. This approach is failing because there is no way of stopping the alcohol industry from creating as many new drinks as it likes to satisfy every palate and budget. Supermarkets