Players in preseason games have already started taking a knee in protest of police violence
The husband is in the US illegally but had simply forgotten his identification at home
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- Freedom of the press
Trump brands media 'opposition party' after hundreds of outlets run editorials resisting 'assault on free press'
‘It is very bad for our Great Country,’ Donald Trump says
The Vatican has expressed 'shame and sorrow' after a report detailed decades of abuse in the Catholic Church
Armed forces event postponed as Pentagon denies reports of spectacle's potentially huge bill
Staff worry they have been unknowingly working on project ‘Dragonfly’ to develop technology helping Chinese government withhold information from citizens
Robert Fisk A trade war between Turkey and the US over an unknown pastor? Don’t believe a word of it
Erdogan’s real crimes are buying the Russian S-400 missile system for Turkey, refusing to accept US support for America’s Kurdish YPG allies and allowing Islamist fighters to pour over Turkey’s border into Syria along with a load of weapons, mortars and missiles
Thousands still thought to be stranded as relief effort continues across southern Indian state
Foreign secretary also hints the government would consider EU proposals that demanded accepting European environmental and social legislation
Scientists say it is remarkable 'echoes of past life' have lasted 3.4 billion years
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Lara Trump, who can be heard making a job offer to Omarosa in the recordings, called the secret tape a 'fraud'
When you travel to Derry, as I did this week, and listen to what people are actually saying about Brexit and the British government, it’s not entirely what you’d expect
‘As you get older your brain loses its plasticity at some point and you get wedded to the frameworks that you have,’ said Tyler Winklevoss. Notably, he also accused crypto critics of being part of a ‘privileged minority’. Pot, kettle, meet Winklevoss
‘I did not collude with any foreign government and did not know anyone who did,’ said the president’s son. But his participation in the Trump Tower meeting with the Russians, has put that claim under scrutiny
- Disney casting
Let’s not forget that even when Hollywood does cast an LGBT+ person in a gay role – Ruby Rose as Batwoman last week, for example – they still end up being hounded off Twitter for being 'the wrong lesbian'
Maybe, just maybe, it's okay that the Oscars be a celebration of the best achievement in cinema as the people who make it see it, regardless of whether this opinion is shared by people at the local multiplex
- Russia poisoning
What is it that the Russians have on the president? Why doesn’t he give a flying trump about the murder of British citizens?
A threat is made up of capability and intent. The capability can be easily bought online
The Crown Prince is counting on Trump's support, western silence and world governments turning a blind eye – and when that doesn’t work he tries to bully countries into submission
It's only 50 miles from our previous home, but it feels worlds away – and my mental health improved almost overnight
In an age of fake news and alternative facts, history is up for grabs. Convince people to question Auschwitz and what else can’t you challenge?
'We took a lot of flip flops, and they were just so happy to be out of their tennis shoes and socks,' says one activist
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Aggressive expansion of new original content seems to have paid off
‘They are importing barrels that cost $80 to $90 and selling them at $0’
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The tech giant is doubling down on its efforts to get consumers to view the iPad as a productivity device. And it might also be betting that new iPad Pros will prevent cannibalization from happening.
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Investing is always tough, but it gets tougher when volatility returns. With the markets all over the map, we took some notes from some of the biggest investing legends.
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More restrictions on Facebook's gathering and usage of user data could challenge the tech giant's very business model.
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Going long gold is not a no-brainer move despite the return of stock market uncertainty. Here is what the charts are saying.
It seems that the tech giant is giving up its values in order to make money in China
Everything you need to know about Amazon Prime Day
Mario Tennis is multiplayer smash let down by its single player mode
The Sonos Beam is smaller, smart – with all the same stunning sound
Thousands of Swedes are inserting themselves with microchips
In Detroit: Become Human, being a person gets personal
Downloading the app is just the beginning of the confusion
Scientists expect to find much more about the strange worlds in the coming years
'I’d like to let you all know that I’m doing just fine'
Open-casket viewing in museum to be followed by funeral and musical tribute featuring major stars
Owner believed it was a genuine William Nicholson - but the leading expert wasn't convinced
Green's confessional memoir is a fascinatingly direct account of a woman in a man’s world
A video of Rooney’s match-deciding intervention has been watched over one million times
Chelsea 3-2 Arsenal: Marcos Alonso scored the crucial second-half winner that condemned Arsenal to back-to-back defeats under Unai Emery
Cardiff vs Newcastle LIVE - Premier League clash as it happened
Sarri rules out Chelsea title tilt and reveals why Hazard didn’t start
Kane ends August drought as Spurs maintain strong start against Fulham
Walcott rolls back the years to give Everton’s Silva era a first win
Emery insists he remains calm despite Arsenal’s late loss to Chelsea
'No Miss America should be humiliated or erased. Ever.'
Americans in the southern states have been consuming the salty, sweet snack for a century