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The proposed settlement of more than $1 billion as compensation for the 98 people who died in a Florida condominium collapse is far from the largest in U.S. history
Ted Cruz on Friday claimed that “far more children would be murdered” and “many more” women would be assaulted if the US banned guns. The Republican senator made his comments during the National Rifle Association’s annual convention in Houston, less than 300 miles from where 19 children and two adults were killed in a school shooting on Tuesday. “Let me tell you what would happen if they succeeded in confiscating guns, many more people would lose their lives,” Cruz said.
POLICE officers have been carrying out speed checks on a Swindon street where two people died in a crash.
The discovery of the bodies of three women inside a Chicago senior housing facility after a brief heat wave this month raises questions about whether officials and residents are prepared for the kind of brutal heat that killed more than 700 people in the city nearly three decades ago
Liverpool have been beaten in the Champions League final after a 1-0 defeat by Real Madrid in Paris. The Reds dominated much of the first half with Real Madrid's Thibault Courtois making saves, but it was the Spanish champions who came closest to breaking the deadlock with a goal by Karim Benzema disallowed after a lengthy delay for a VAR check. Brazilian winger Jose Vinicius Junior put Real Madrid ahead in the 59th minute, slotting in after a driven cross from Federico Valverde.
Lewis Hamilton welcomed an FIA climbdown over wearing jewellery while racing as he prepared for a testing weekend on the streets of Monaco
The Bowelbabe Fund for Cancer Research UK had reached more than six and a half million pounds
EasyJet has also announced it will scrap more than 200 flights over the next 10 days.
A very public stunt which called Boris Johnson out right in the heart of Westminster.
It was what you might call a perfect piece of ballroom diplomacy. An expertly choreographed moment on a royal tour where so much was at stake. It was 1961 and a young Queen Elizabeth was visiting Ghana. The British Empire was crumbling and a new relationship between former colonies was being negotiated. Ghana was the first in sub-saharan Africa to renounce British rule and the president, Kwame Nkrumah, was plotting a union of non-aligned states which could have left the Commonwealth as little mo
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There was a carnival atmosphere at Stormont where marchers and bands from across Northern Ireland massed on Saturday.
Russia should cooperate with the International Criminal Court's investigation into alleged war crimes carried out during Moscow's invasion of Ukraine, the tribunal's prosecutor told AFP on Friday.
A DEDICATED lecturer who goes ‘over and above’ for his students has been honoured with a national teaching award.
More details have emerged about those who were killed on Tuesday when a gunman attacked Robb elementary school in Uvalde, Texas
EasyJet is to cancel more than 200 flights over the next 10 days as transport disruption hampers the outset of the half-term break. The airline said the cancellations would affect about 24 flights per day from London’s Gatwick airport between May 28 and June 6.
As Colombians emerge from the pandemic to find increasing inequality, inflation and violence, they will pick their next president Sunday from a pool of six men who are all promising various degrees of change amid a generalized sense that the country is headed in the wrong direction
"My life these past couple of years has been nothing but truly magical."
IFS deputy director urges ministers to increase benefit cap and warns families could be ‘trapped’
‘The GC’ had to pull out of the UK tour due to a pre-existing knee injury