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Fox News' Tucker Carlson is the new premier voice of Bannonism

Fox News' Tucker Carlson is the new premier voice of Bannonism

Steve Bannon may have lost control of Breitbart, but as long as Carlson is around, his brand of rightwing populism is kept aliveLast night from 8pm ET on Fox News, Bannonite-in-chief Tucker Carlson
A bridge too far? Longest bridges around the world - in pictures

A bridge too far? Longest bridges around the world - in pictures

Boris Johnson has proposed a 22-mile link across the Channel – a distance which sounds impressive, but which is exceeded by many existing bridges. We look at some of the longest and most spectacular
'Buy a flat, meet Trump Jr' offer criticised as 'ethics atrocity'

'Buy a flat, meet Trump Jr' offer criticised as 'ethics atrocity'

Trump Towers project in India lures investors with chance of meeting US president’s son The developers behind a Trump Towers project near Delhi are offering to fly the first 100 investors in the
Ain't no sunshine: winter is one of darkest ever for parts of Europe

Ain't no sunshine: winter is one of darkest ever for parts of Europe

Brussels had less than 11 hours of sun last month, while Lille has had less than three in JanuarySunshine is in short supply across a swathe of north-west Europe, shrouded in heavy cloud from a
New Orleans was voted the No 1 place to visit. Are we happy about it?

New Orleans was voted the No 1 place to visit. Are we happy about it?

The New York Times calls New Orleans ‘unlike any other city in the world’. But will the influx of visitors change its character?These days, after more than a decade of flux and change, New Orleans is
Italians asked to report fake news to police in run-up to election

Italians asked to report fake news to police in run-up to election

Online service launched for flagging up instances as concern grows about rise of phenomenon The Italian government has launched an online service aimed at cracking down on fake news, which experts say
'Gangsta jihadi' Denis Cuspert killed fighting in Syria

'Gangsta jihadi' Denis Cuspert killed fighting in Syria

News site posts pictures of body said to be that of German rapper known as Deso DoggA German rapper turned Islamic State fighter notorious for holding a human head on camera has been killed fighting
Woman jailed after backing out of suicide pact with man

Woman jailed after backing out of suicide pact with man

A woman has been jailed for four years after she made a suicide pact with a man but backed out and left him to die alone. Continue reading...
Stormy Daniels on Trump: pajamas, unprotected sex and … scary sharks

Stormy Daniels on Trump: pajamas, unprotected sex and … scary sharks

The porn actor, real name Stephanie Clifford, reveals details of her relationship with the future president in full text of 2011 interviewThe magazine InTouch published on Friday its full interview
Captured, raped, ransomed: the kidnappers preying on Eritrean refugees |  Sally Hayden

Captured, raped, ransomed: the kidnappers preying on Eritrean refugees | Sally Hayden

When Ella and her cousin reached a refugee camp in Sudan, it seemed to herald safety. Instead, it was the start of an all too familiar ordeal It was right at the moment Ella thought she was safe that
Builder's murder plot was inspired by infamous acid-bath killer, court hears

Builder's murder plot was inspired by infamous acid-bath killer, court hears

Mujahid Arshid researched methods used by 1940s murderer John George Haigh while planning to rape and kill two women, jury toldAn obsessed builder was “inspired” by an infamous acid bath killer as he
What is it with world leaders tweeting selfies?

What is it with world leaders tweeting selfies?

Theresa May, Emmanuel Macron and Benjamin Netanyahu get out their selfie sticks while Vladimir Putin disrobes again to brave the coldA trio of photographs of world leaders shared online within the
Vladimir Putin takes icy plunge to mark Orthodox Epiphany

Vladimir Putin takes icy plunge to mark Orthodox Epiphany

Russian president joins millions in braving freezing temperatures for annual religious ritual Vladimir Putin has joined millions of Orthodox believers to plunge bare-chested into icy water in a
French police clash with striking guards at Europe’s largest prison

French police clash with striking guards at Europe’s largest prison

Teargas fired to disperse strikers at Fleury-Mérogis jail on fourth day of nationwide protestsFrench police have clashed with striking prison guards at Europe’s largest jail on the fourth day of
Bayeux tapestry: a brag, a lament, an embodiment of history's complexity

Bayeux tapestry: a brag, a lament, an embodiment of history's complexity

This remarkable artwork is coming to Brexit Britain and can teach us all something about what nationhood meansIt is a miracle of cooperation across borders that brings two peoples, two cultures
Chelsea Manning: 'I'm a very different person than I was 10 years ago'

Chelsea Manning: 'I'm a very different person than I was 10 years ago'

In her first interview since announcing a Senate run, Chelsea Manning discusses the long road to freedom, and why she’s determined to seize her momentA few weeks after Chelsea Manning was released
Turkey begins assault on Kurdish-held enclave in Syria

Turkey begins assault on Kurdish-held enclave in Syria

Bombardment risks inflaming relations with US, which has allied with Kurds against IsisThe Syrian Kurdish YPG militia has said Turkish forces have fired about 70 shells at Kurdish villages in the
John Worboys release: government will not pursue judicial review

John Worboys release: government will not pursue judicial review

Victims are likely to be dismayed after justice secretary decides not to go ahead with challengeThe justice secretary, David Gauke, will not pursue a judicial review to stop the release of the serial
Europe must wake up to the drastic consequences of a hard Brexit | Joris Luyendijk

Europe must wake up to the drastic consequences of a hard Brexit | Joris Luyendijk

The Netherlands knows what it will lose if the UK crashes out. It is less than the price of giving Britain a sweet dealBecause it is such a riveting clown show with new crazy episodes almost every
'Outrage, plus a plan': how the Women's March is shaking Washington from within

'Outrage, plus a plan': how the Women's March is shaking Washington from within

After taking to the streets one year ago, organizers are back with an ambitious new agenda: get more women on the ballot and in the voting boothA year ago, more than 1 million people took to the