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The weaponisation of the Mueller report began as soon as Attorney General William Barr published his summary.
According to the map, this stretch of highway is called route number six.
The Mueller investigation has found no evidence that Donald Trump’s campaign “conspired or coordinated” with Russia to interfere in the 2016 presidential election.
A baby has reportedly died in Italy after his parents attempted to perform a circumcision on him at home.
A second survivor of the Parkland school shooting has taken their own life, according to a local report.
After Theresa May secured a delay to Brexit, she now faces another week of critical votes in the House of Commons.
Two people had to be rescued after the van they were in became submerged as they tried to cross a causeway at high tide.
The swarm of flies gives the game away.
A petition calling on the government to cancel Brexit and keep Britain in the EU has reached 5 million signatures.
We’ve been here before – Sunday newspaper front pages screaming reports of coups, plots and plans cooked up in the corridors of Westminster.
Four people are missing after being buried in an avalanche near Bovernier in the Swiss Alps.
A woman has been left with life-changing burns after a gas explosion destroyed a house in a small Devon town.
A police call handler has been praised for saving the life of a distressed woman while on her way home from work.
He is Theresa May’s de facto deputy who could soon succeed her as prime minister amid reports of a full-scale cabinet coup to oust her.
An RAF aircraft is to deliver 20 tonnes of UK aid supplies to countries devastated by Cyclone Idai.
Thailand’s pro-military party has taken an unexpected lead in the first general election since a coup in 2014.
Theresa May has days left in Downing Street amid a cabinet coup to oust her, according to several reports.
The number of people arrested for drink-driving has nearly halved in almost 10 years, figures obtained by Sky News reveal.
Fans of The Prodigy frontman Keith Flint have been invited to line his funeral procession in Essex next Friday.
British murder suspect Shane O’Brien, who is on the “world’s most wanted” list, has been detained in Romania.
More than a million people have marched through London to demand a second EU referendum, organisers have said.
The woman who started a parliamentary petition to stop Brexit says she has received death threats over the phone.
A cruise ship which was evacuated after getting into difficulties in stormy weather has reached port under its own steam.
A director of Barclays’ retail bank is a leading candidate to become the most senior figure in English football.
A white police officer has been cleared of homicide after shooting an unarmed black teenager.
Unlike so many things in Washington, Robert Mueller’s investigation has generated very few leaks.
The long-awaited Mueller report into alleged collusion between Donald Trump and Russia has been submitted.
Illusionist Uri Geller has vowed to “telepathically” stop Brexit in an open letter addressed to Theresa May.
For many within British business, the path to Brexit has felt like a tortuous exercise.
Theresa May has indicated she may not bring her deal back to parliament for a third vote if there is not enough support for it.
Marmite is a staple of breakfast tables across the country, known for long-running “love it or hate it” slogan.
President Donald Trump’s visit to the UK left taxpayers with a bill of nearly £300,000 in entertainment and hosting costs.
Sainsbury’s and Asda have offered to sell up to 150 stores in an attempt to address concerns raised by competition authorities over their planned merger.
A baby monkey, Grady, is the first one to be born from experimental technology using frozen testicular tissue.
The chairman of Britain’s biggest bookmaker is drawing up plans to step down weeks after infuriating investors by selling a £6m stake in the company.
Travel operator Thomas Cook has announced plans to close 21 high street stores, resulting in 320 job losses.
Indonesia’s national carrier Garuda has cancelled a multibillion-dollar order for 49 Boeing 737 MAX 8 jets after two fatal crashes involving the plane.