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Trump travel ban injunction partly lifted by top US court

BBC / News 526 sources

The US Supreme Court partly implements the travel and refugee bans pending a full review in October.

The Wall Street Journal: Corruption charges filed against Brazil’s president

MarketWatch 47 sources

Brazil’s top prosecutor filed criminal charges against President Michel Temer on Monday, marking a critical new phase for the corruption purge that has roiled Latin America’s largest country for the past three years.

Govt experts reported cladding 'risks' in 2016

Sky News / US News 93 sources

The Government was told last year by its own fire investigators that tower blocks were covered in flammable material - but were also told building regulations were "adequate".

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'Like bombs': Bankrupt company's air bags still out there

CTV News / Business 283 sources

Takata's lethally defective air bags proved to be the company's undoing Monday. But it could take years to get the dangerous devices off the road in the U.S. and around the world.

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How iOS 11 makes the iPad (mostly) better - CNET

CNET 31 sources

iOS 11 delivers more software changes to the iPad than anything in the past two years. Here's what you can expect when it hits later this year.

Senate Health Care Bill Would Result in 22 Million Uninsured By 2026

TIME 198 sources

The Senate’s version of the Obamacare repeal bill would result in an additional 22 million people losing insurance by 2026, the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office revealed in its analysis on Monday.

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Apple Is Working With Hertz to Test Its Self-Driving Technology

Apple Inc. is leasing a small fleet of cars from Hertz Global Holdings Inc. to test self-driving technology, an agreement that echoes a larger deal between competitors Alphabet Inc. and Avis Budget Group Inc. Hertz shares soared the most…

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HMS Queen Elizabeth on its maiden voyage

Daily Mail Online 53 sources

After nearly a decade of construction, Britain’s biggest ever warship set sail for the first time today in an historic moment for the Royal Navy.

Grenfell Tower: Cladding firm ends global sales for tower blocks

BBC 93 sources

The cladding was used on Grenfell Tower, which burned down leaving at least 79 people feared dead.

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The Echo Show is a small step for Echo, a big leap for Amazon

TechCrunch 23 sources

The Echo Show isn’t a great piece of hardware. It’s beefy and clunky, and kind of looks like something that fell off the back of a RadioShack truck in the late-80s. The display isn’t great (there’s a reason the company’s not talking specs)…

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Supreme Court Will Hear Travel Ban Case

In a win for President Trump, the court took on a case that sets the stage for a major decision on presidential power.

Nintendo announces SNES classic edition, to be available from 29 September 2017 for $79.99

Users will be able to relive childhood memories of playing the classic titles such as Contra III, Street Fighter II and Super Mario World.

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Brexit: EU citizens living in UK will have to apply for special ID card

The Guardian 17 sources

Theresa May sets out policy paper that says 3m EU citizens resident in Britain must reapply for ‘settled status’ under new regime

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New UK aircraft carrier to set sail

BBC 53 sources

HMS Queen Elizabeth - the largest warship ever built for the Royal Navy - will leave Rosyth for sea trials.

The £1BILLION bribe: Tories sign deal with DUP but taxpayers foot the bill

Daily Express 114 sources

THE DUP has signed a £1BILLION deal with the Conservatives to give Theresa May support in her minority Government.

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SpaceX completes launch and landing double bill

BBC / Science 21 sources

The US rocket company makes two launches twice in just over 24 hours.

Pilot tells passengers to pray for survival after plane starts shaking uncontrollably

Metro.co.uk 21 sources

There was a loud bang and then the plane started shaking violently.

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Russian billionaire buys UK chain

BBC / Business 30 sources

Russian billionaire Mikhail Fridman buys 1,300-store chain from its private equity owner Carlyle.

Too Soon To Call Grenfell Tower Deaths 'Murder', Says Labour's John Healey

Huffington Post UK 16 sources

Labour’s shadow housing secretary John Healey has said he does not agree with John McDonnell that the deaths in Grenfell Tower were “murder”.

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Foster in London in bid to finalise deal with Conservatives

The Irish Times 51 sources

‘I think that this agreement will bring the prospects of doing a deal at Stormont closer’

Markets rally after Italy agrees €17bn bank rescue – business live

All the day’s economic and financial news, as Italy sets aside €17bn of taxpayers’ money to wind down two Veneto lenders

Monday, Jun 26

The Wall Street Journal: Air-bag maker Takata files for bankruptcy protection

MarketWatch 283 sources

Takata Corp. filed for bankruptcy protection in Japan and the U.S. and said it would sell most of its operations to a rival, capping the steep decline of an 84-year-old Japanese company nearly nine years after it began a global recall of…

Sunday, Jun 25

Dozens of Parliamentary email accounts hacked

Sky News / US News 28 sources

A cyberattack on Parliament has compromised dozens of parliamentary email accounts, according to Sky sources.

Davis suggests ‘invisible border’ in Ireland after Brexit

The Irish Times 29 sources

UK Brexit secretary says tagging of containers an option at Border

Grenfell Tower victims 'murdered by political decisions' – John McDonnell

The Guardian 16 sources

Shadow chancellor’s claim at Glastonbury festival debate bound to anger Tory MPs who accuse Labour of politicising disaster

Saturday, Jun 24

Parliament hit by ‘sustained and determined’ cyber attack

Metro.co.uk 110 sources

MPs have admitted having difficulties accessing their emails.

White House: Qatar Gulf row is a 'family issue'

BBC / News 279 sources

US spokesman Sean Spicer says Qatar, Saudi Arabia and others should "work crisis out themselves".

Under pressure, Western tech firms bow to Russian demands to share cyber secrets

WASHINGTON/MOSCOW (Reuters) - Western technology companies, including Cisco , IBM and SAP , are acceding to demands by Moscow for access to closely guarded product security secrets, at a time when Russia has been accused of a growing…

Republican Senator Vital to Health Bill’s Passage Won’t Support It

Senator Dean Heller of Nevada became the latest Republican to say he cannot support a bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act in its current form.

Friday, Jun 23

Qatar blockade states want Al Jazeera shutdown

Sky News / World 393 sources

Qatar has been told it must close the broadcaster Al Jazeera and meet 12 other demands to lift a blockade by countries including Saudi Arabia.

Juncker says May's EU citizens Brexit offer is 'not sufficient' – Politics live

The Guardian 111 sources

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen

Theresa May makes 'fair and serious' offer on EU citizens rights in UK

The Guardian 197 sources

PM tells EU leaders UK will offer those who arrive lawfully before Brexit the chance to build up same rights as British citizens

Police consider manslaughter charges over deadly London tower block blaze

Reuters / UK 293 sources

LONDON Investigators said on Friday they would consider bringing manslaughter charges over the London tower block fire that killed at least 79 people. The outside cladding engulfed by the blaze has since been shown to fail all safety tests…

Thursday, Jun 22

Kensington and Chelsea chief steps down after pressure from Sajid Javid

The Guardian 36 sources

Resignation of chief executive Nicholas Holgate was ‘required’ by communities secretary after fierce criticism of council’s response to Grenfell Tower fire

Senate Republicans Unveil Obamacare Repeal Bill: Live Analysis

Measure faces an uncertain future, with at least half a dozen GOP lawmakers wavering Initial response to the Senate healthcare bill from groups representing doctors and patients was negative, echoing the groups’ reaction to the House bill.…

Trump: I did not record ex-FBI chief James Comey

BBC / News 293 sources

Donald Trump says he did not make secret recordings of ex-FBI chief James Comey despite earlier hint to the contrary

Grenfell fire: Combustible cladding found on at least three more tower blocks, government reveals - Politics live

The Guardian 297 sources

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen