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Former Sen Bob Dole, the longtime Republican politician who ran for president and vice president amid decades of service in DC, died on Sunday. A statement from the Elizabeth Dole Foundation, the organisation founded by his wife, stated that Mr Dole had died “peacefully” in his sleep. Mr Dole drew distinction among members of the GOP establishment by being the only living former GOP presidential candidate to endorse former President Donald Trump for both his 2016 and 2020 bids for the White House.
Ava was fatally stabbed in the city centre on Thursday November 25 after a Christmas lights switch-on.
Two former housing ministers are launching a bid to repeal Britain's 200-year-old Vagrancy Act in order to end the "criminalisation of the homeless".
Courtney Ridgeway, 21, attacked the victim following a dispute.
Forecasters predict more ‘unsettled’ weather, while engineers work to reconnect around 4,700 properties to power supplies following Storm Arwen.
Jamie Dornan's TV comeback The Tourist release date confirmed by BBC as New Year's Day 2022.
Cream-cheesed off: bagel-loving New Yorkers face supply chain nightmare. Shop owners tell New York Times of worries over dwindling supplies of the popular breakfast comestible
The illicit drugs market in the UK has been estimated to be worth £9.4 billion a year.
As few as one in five excess deaths in parts of England can be attributed to Covid, official figures show.
Want to see the same sunrise twice? Get yourself a drone and off you go! In this footage shot on December 5 in Cleveland Heights in the US, the drone first captures the sunrise while flying high above the city. It then descends fast so that the sun drops below the horizon again. And then - it rises a second time to kick off a great Sunday morning.
More than 60 people may have been infected with the COVID variant.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -CNN fired news anchor Chris Cuomo, the network announced on Saturday, after "additional information" came to light during an investigation into his efforts to help his brother, former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, deal with allegations of sexual misconduct. Cuomo, who hosted CNN's most-watched prime-time news show, had been suspended on Tuesday. Andrew Cuomo, 63, was forced to step down as governor in August after multiple allegations of sexual misconduct.
Putin regards Ukraine as stolen territory and as the US focuses on China and Covid, Moscow is waiting to strike
Jimmy Carr blasts anti-vaxxer in audience at his gig: 'Slap yourself in the f**king face'
Jon Snow had a brave stab at pronouncing the name of the latest coronavirus variant
Ministers said they were responding to new data showing the spread of the new Omicron variant.
Former Brexit secretary David Davis says Priti Patel’s controversial plans could foster a situation similar to notorious US detention camp
Democrats are hoping that Congress is nearing the finish line in its seven-month trek on President Joe Biden’s $2 trillion social and environment package
The rollout will be delivered in ‘in descending age groups’ and focusing on priority groups first.
Omicron’s march through the UK and the fallout from the murder of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes are splashed across the front pages on Saturday.