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4 dead in Nashville Waffle House shooting; suspect sought

Triblive.com 275 sources

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Four people were killed in a shooting at a Waffle House restaurant in Tennessee early Sunday, according to police, who credited a ...

Afghanistan: Kabul voter centre suicide attack kills 57

BBC.com 191 sources

The dead include five children accompanying their parents registering to vote in Kabul.

Four Britons killed in Saudi Arabia coach crash

Sky News 30 sources

Four Britons have died after their coach collided with a petrol tanker in Saudi Arabia.

London Marathon 2018: Mo Farah comes third in 'hottest race ever'

Daily Mail Online 111 sources

Sir Mo Farah broke the British marathon record today but lost his cool after complaining that race stewards were too busy taking pictures of him they forgot to hand him water.

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Chelsea v Southampton: FA Cup semi-final – live!

Latest updates from the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley; Follow Arsenal v West Ham in the Premier League; Email Rob your thoughts

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Naked gunman kills four at Waffle House, still on the loose

NY Daily News 275 sources

A naked gunman at a Waffle House killed three people and wounded four others before running away, according to police.

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Pressure grows on May and Rudd over Windrush scandal

The Guardian 6 sources

Sayeeda Warsi says fault with ‘hostile environment’ lies with policy itself not implementation

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Arsenal vs West Ham LIVE score for London derby - Premier League

Arsene Wenger will begin to say goodbye to Arsenal fans when the Gunners take on West Ham United at the Emirates Stadium to help kick off Sunday's Premier League action. Follow all the action here

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31 killed in Kabul suicide bombing

CBC.ca / News 118 sources

A suicide bomber struck a voter registration centre in the Afghan capital on Sunday, killing at least 31 people, officials said.

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Iran warns US against pulling out of nuclear deal

The Irish Times 14 sources

Foreign minister says Tehran may restart nuclear activities if Trump exits pact

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More than 40,000 runners ready to face hottest London Marathon on record

Metro.co.uk 48 sources

Runners have been advised to drop goal-times and costumes as extra water and run-through showers are brought in for the 26.2 mile course.

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Jeremy Hunt threatens social media with new child-protection laws

BBC 17 sources

The health secretary wants action from the sites on underage use, bullying and screen-time limits.

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The Queen's Birthday Party review: 'The strangest climax to a concert I have ever witnessed'

Telegraph / Culture 145 sources

In my decades as a rock critic, that may just qualify as the strangest climax to a concert I have ever witnessed. Amidst balloons and fireworks, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles joined Sting, Shaggy, Kylie, Sir Tom Jones,…

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Romney must compete in primary for Senate seat

Mitt Romney was forced Saturday into a Republican primary for a U.S. Senate seat in Utah as he looks to restart his political career by replacing long-serving Sen. Orrin Hatch. … Click to Continue »

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Oakland A's Sean Manaea pitches no-hitter against Red Sox

CBS News / U.S. 62 sources

Manaea struck out 10, walked two and threw 108 pitches to finish off Oakland's first no-hitter since 2010

Hundreds pack College Station streets to say goodbye to Barbara Bush

KHOU.com 392 sources

"The family has given a lot," said Jerry Guidry. "So this is a very small way where we can come back and maybe honor them so way by being out here."

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'Irresponsible' social media could face new laws

Sky News 17 sources

The Health Secretary has accused social media networks of "turning a blind eye to a generation of young people" by failing to protect them when using their platforms online.

Queen Elizabeth II Celebrates 92

NPR 145 sources

The queen marked the occasion by attending a star-studded charity concert, surrounded by family. But the party's not over yet — the longest-reigning living monarch, celebrates two birthdays a year.

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Austin Powers actor Verne Troyer dies aged 49

Metro.co.uk 192 sources

The actor died on Saturday afternoon.

Saturday, Apr 21

Kim Jong Un vows no more nuclear or missile tests

Sky News 396 sources

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un says Pyongyang has suspended its nuclear and long-range missile tests, and will shut down its atomic test site.

Toss the romaine lettuce now -- or risk getting E. coli illness, health officials warn

Madison.com 67 sources

Dozens have been sickened in 16 states by tainted lettuce.

Syria 'chemical' attack: Experts finally visit Douma site

BBC / News 115 sources

International experts make a much-delayed examination of the site of a suspected attack in Douma.

Honoring the life of former first lady Barbara Bush

Fox News 392 sources

Barbara Bush funeral held in Houston, Texas.

Friday, Apr 20

DNC Sues Trump Campaign, WikiLeaks, Russia Over Election ...

Bloomberg 152 sources

The Democratic National Committee sued Russia, the Trump campaign and WikiLeaks alleging interference in the 2016 election, saying Russia launched a ...

DJ and music producer Avicii found dead at 28

NY Daily News 255 sources

DJ and music producer Avicii, whose real name is Tim Bergling was found dead on Friday.

Comey Memos Show Trump Sought Loyalty, End to Probe ...

Bloomberg 375 sources

President Donald Trump praised James Comey for his honorable conduct during the 2016 campaign, sought out his loyalty, and asked the FBI director to let go ...

Arsenal confirm Arsene Wenger will leave the club

Metro.co.uk 334 sources

The long-serving French manager has agreed to step down (Picture: EMPICS Sport)

Thursday, Apr 19

Prince thought he was taking Vicodin, not fentanyl, prosecutor reveals

CBS News 223 sources

Prosecutor also says no criminal charges will be filed, ending the state's two-year investigation into how the superstar got the fentanyl that killed him

Dale Winton dies aged 62

Daily Mail Online 203 sources

TV presenter Dale Winton has passed away aged 62, his agent has confirmed.

Cuba's new president is the first non-Castro in 42 years. How much power will he have?

Miami Herald 362 sources

Cuba's new President Miguel Mario Díaz-Canel grew up in the Cuban revolution and it's clear his mission is to make sure it survives. But Díaz-Canel, who officially took office on Thursday, faces daunting challenges and unfinished business…

DOJ watchdog makes criminal referral regarding Andrew McCabe

CBS News 100 sources

The former deputy FBI director was fired last month by Attorney General Jeff Sessions

Wednesday, Apr 18

North Korea: Mike Pompeo met with Kim Jong-un over Easter, say US officials

The Guardian / US 331 sources

CIA director reportedly travelled to North Korea for clandestine meeting with Kim to lay groundwork for direct talks with Donald Trump

Barbara Bush, former first lady, dead at 92

Fox News 535 sources

With her cloud of snow-white hair, signature three strand pearls and compelling presence, Barbara Bush's image was what she laughingly called "everybody's grandmother."

Tuesday, Apr 17

At least one dead after engine explosion on Southwest plane

NY Daily News 725 sources

A Southwest Airlines flight out of LaGuardia was forced to make an emergency landing in Philadelphia after experiencing engine problems.

NYT and New Yorker win joint Pulitzer for Weinstein exposé

BBC.com 320 sources

The journalism honour is won for reporting on the Hollywood producer's alleged sexual misconduct.

Starbucks to shut over 8,000 US cafes for race training

BBC.com 198 sources

The coffee store chain will close all its branches in the US for "racial bias" education.

Sean Hannity revealed as Michael Cohen's mystery third client

NY Daily News 348 sources

In new federal court filings Monday, Cohen discloses that he’s given legal advice to three clients in 2017 and this year.