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Ancient rock wiggles could be earliest trace of moving organism

Ancient rock wiggles could be earliest trace of moving organism

Scientists say 2.1bn-year-old fossils may show evidence of self-propelled motion A collection of short wiggly structures discovered in ancient rocks could be the earliest fossilised traces of
Democratic senator Amy Klobuchar announces presidential bid – video report

Democratic senator Amy Klobuchar announces presidential bid – video report

Senator Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota has joined the crowded field of Democratic candidates for 2020 that includes a historic number of women seeking the presidency.The three-term senator, who is often
Ilhan Omar apologizes after being accused of using 'antisemitic tropes'

Ilhan Omar apologizes after being accused of using 'antisemitic tropes'

Congresswoman ‘unequivocally apologized’ after suggesting Republican support for Israel was fueled by financial incentivesFollow the latest in US politicsThe Minnesota congresswoman Ilhan Omar
Underworld figure Tony Mokbel stabbed in Barwon prison

Underworld figure Tony Mokbel stabbed in Barwon prison

The 53-year-old received multiple stab wounds in dispute connected to newspaper storyDrug kingpin Tony Mokbel remains in hospital fighting for life after being viciously stabbed inside a Victorian
May to ask MPs for further fortnight's grace in Brexit talks

May to ask MPs for further fortnight's grace in Brexit talks

PM will stress her continued focus on Irish backstop but EU indicates it will not give wayTheresa May hopes to convince the House of Commons on Tuesday to give her another fortnight’s grace to keep
Denver teachers go on strike in latest wave of walkouts

Denver teachers go on strike in latest wave of walkouts

After failing to reach a deal with administrators on pay, about half of Denver public school teachers called in absent on MondayDenver school officials said more than 2,100 teachers called in absent
Pittsburgh shooting: death penalty question looms over not guilty plea

Pittsburgh shooting: death penalty question looms over not guilty plea

Robert Bowers accused of killing 11 and wounding sevenNew lawyer may seek plea deal to avoid death penaltyThe suspect in a shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue in which 11 people died pleaded not guilty
Alleged hacker who avoided extradition to US seeks return of computers

Alleged hacker who avoided extradition to US seeks return of computers

Lauri Love applies to get back equipment as NCA confirms he is still being investigatedA computer activist who successfully resisted attempts to extradite him to the US over alleged hacking has
'Napalm girl’ Kim Phuc receives German prize for peace work

'Napalm girl’ Kim Phuc receives German prize for peace work

Activist honoured decades after she was photographed fleeing naked in Vietnam warKim Phuc, known as the “napalm girl” after a well-known photo of her from the Vietnam war, has received an award in
'Germs are not a real thing': Fox News host says he hasn't washed hands in 10 years

'Germs are not a real thing': Fox News host says he hasn't washed hands in 10 years

Pete Hegseth denies existence of germs, saying: ‘I can’t see them, therefore they’re not real’Donald Trump’s favourite TV show, Fox & Friends, has a reputation for giving airtime to conspiracy
UK and Bulgaria investigate 2015 poisoning of Bulgarian arms dealer

UK and Bulgaria investigate 2015 poisoning of Bulgarian arms dealer

Investigation will look at whether Emilian Gebrev poisoning involved novichokBritain and Bulgaria are jointly investigating the 2015 poisoning of a Bulgarian arms dealer to determine whether it
Government should delay plan to restrict R&D incentives, inquiry finds

Government should delay plan to restrict R&D incentives, inquiry finds

Businesses groups warn tax change would stifle innovation and force companies to move operations offshoreAn inquiry has recommended the government shelve plans to restrict access to lucrative research
Study links heavily processed foods to risk of earlier death

Study links heavily processed foods to risk of earlier death

French research involved more than 44,000 people over a period of seven yearsEating a lot of heavily processed foods is linked to a risk of earlier death, according to a study.A team in France worked
Italian-Egyptian singer's victory angers Matteo Salvini

Italian-Egyptian singer's victory angers Matteo Salvini

Deputy PM criticised jury’s decision to crown Mahmood winner of Sanremo festival An Italian-Egyptian singer has become the latest target of Italy’s rightwing populist government after he won the
Bestival death: actor's daughter 'found curled up as if she were asleep'

Bestival death: actor's daughter 'found curled up as if she were asleep'

Security worker tells court he used GPS to help find Louella Fletcher-Michie’s body An actor’s daughter who died after taking drugs at a music festival was found curled up in trees as if she had lain
Anna Paquin: ‘I’ve had some horrific experiences’

Anna Paquin: ‘I’ve had some horrific experiences’

After 27 years in the movies, the X-Men and True Blood star is sick of having to work extra hard and be extra nice simply because she is a womanAnna Paquin is supposed to be having a day off. She has
Pompeo in Hungary for Orbán meeting as US reengages in region

Pompeo in Hungary for Orbán meeting as US reengages in region

US secretary of state will dine with Hungarian leader before travelling to other countries The US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, has embarked on a tour of central European countries aimed at
Iranians mark the 40th anniversary of the Islamic revolution – in pictures

Iranians mark the 40th anniversary of the Islamic revolution – in pictures

Hundreds of thousands of students, clerics, soldiers and black-clad women holding small children thronged streets across Iran to mark the toppling of the shah – many carrying portraits of Ayatollah
Trump and Beto O'Rourke speak at dueling rallies in Texas - as it happened

Trump and Beto O'Rourke speak at dueling rallies in Texas - as it happened

‘We’re building the wall anyway,’ Trump said of the deal reached in Congress late Monday Sign up for the US briefing and get a new perspective 3.56am GMT Thanks for sticking with us through another
Libby Squire search: arrested man in court on unrelated charges

Libby Squire search: arrested man in court on unrelated charges

Pawel Relowicz remanded in custody after denying charges including outraging public decencyA 24-year-old man arrested in connection with the disappearance of the Hull University student Libby Squire