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Russians leaked Mueller investigation evidence online, prosecutors say

Russians leaked Mueller investigation evidence online, prosecutors say

More than 1,000 files shared confidentially appeared to have been uploaded to a filesharing site, according to court documentsEvidence gathered by Robert Mueller, the special counsel, was obtained by
Julia Banks to run against health minister Greg Hunt at federal election

Julia Banks to run against health minister Greg Hunt at federal election

Liberal-turned-independent says she has ‘unfinished business’ after resigning from party in wake of Turnbull overthrowThe Liberal-turned-independent MP Julia Banks has announced she will challenge
Social justice, unspoken truths, and Bradley Cooper: inside Kamala Harris's book

Social justice, unspoken truths, and Bradley Cooper: inside Kamala Harris's book

The 2020 candidate plays her cards close to the chest in her new book. But readers can learn a lot from what she doesn’t sayHollywood stars never tell you what they’re actually allowed to eat, and
It's up to you to sort out Brexit impasse, Donald Tusk tells Theresa May

It's up to you to sort out Brexit impasse, Donald Tusk tells Theresa May

European council president: Britain needs a concrete plan that parliament can support Follow the latest political developments - live updates Theresa May has been told by Donald Tusk that it is her
EU leaders must do more to save rule of law in Hungary, says MEP

EU leaders must do more to save rule of law in Hungary, says MEP

Judith Sargentini of Dutch Greens says situation has got worse since her report last yearEuropean Union leaders are failing to act despite the “worsening” outlook for the rule of law in Hungary,
Theresa May faces pressure to clarify backstop changes

Theresa May faces pressure to clarify backstop changes

Tory unity already evaporating as Barnier reiterates Brexit deal cannot be reopenedTheresa May is under mounting pressure to spell out what changes to the Irish backstop she hopes to negotiate with
Northern Ireland abortion case hears traumatic experience

Northern Ireland abortion case hears traumatic experience

Sarah Ewart recounts seeking termination in 2013 after fatal foetal abnormality diagnosisA court in Belfast has heard one woman’s traumatic experience of seeking an abortion after receiving a
Life at -58F: I went inside the frozen heart of America's polar vortex

Life at -58F: I went inside the frozen heart of America's polar vortex

In this little city of 6,000 people, people are carrying on as usual, using a few tricks they’ve learned from a lifetime of frigid temperatures International Falls is known as the “Icebox of America”
Kamala Harris: resurfaced video on truancy prosecutions sparks backlash

Kamala Harris: resurfaced video on truancy prosecutions sparks backlash

Critics responding to 2010 speech said they disapproved of her willingness to use the ‘huge stick’ on parents of truant childrenIn a 2010 speech, Kamala Harris laughed as she described the backlash to
Star pupils: students inspire key study on alarming starfish decline

Star pupils: students inspire key study on alarming starfish decline

Virus outbreak among sea stars coincided with warm waters, researchers found after sixth graders held fundraiser for surveyFive years ago, a sixth grade class in land-locked Arkansas heard about a
Costa prize-winner Bart van Es on why he had to tell his family’s Holocaust story

Costa prize-winner Bart van Es on why he had to tell his family’s Holocaust story

The Cut Out Girl is the gripping tale of a Jewish girl who escaped the Nazis, written by her saviours’ grandson. Here, author and heroine talk about their life-affirming collaboration‘I must tell you
Penny Mordaunt criticised over call for aid to come from private sector

Penny Mordaunt criticised over call for aid to come from private sector

International development secretary says she wants DfID to become more a fundraising than a spending departmentPenny Mordaunt has been criticised by charities and MPs for suggesting the government’s
Lake Michigan like a 'boiling cauldron' as temperatures plummet in Chicago – video

Lake Michigan like a 'boiling cauldron' as temperatures plummet in Chicago – video

Wind chills fell as low as -47C in Chicago, with the temperature hitting -23C, as bitterly cold weather moved into Illinois, US. A local newscaster , as viewed from Chicago’s Edgewater neighbourhood,
Canada unveils plan to warn of potential election meddling

Canada unveils plan to warn of potential election meddling

Impartial group will monitor possible interference in October election and sound alarm if they feel vote could be compromisedCanada will set up a special panel to warn voters of any attempts by
Undiscovered Merlin tale fragments found in Bristol archives

Undiscovered Merlin tale fragments found in Bristol archives

Handwritten 13th-century parchment pieces spotted in unrelated work at libraryAn intriguing, previously unknown 13th-century version of a tale featuring Merlin and King Arthur has been discovered in
Brazil: permission for Lula to attend brother's funeral comes too late

Brazil: permission for Lula to attend brother's funeral comes too late

Ex-president given temporary leave to see body of brother at military base in Curitiba but Lula did not attend burialBrazil’s supreme court chief justice on Wednesday granted imprisoned former
Disadvantaged Australians twice as likely to die from diabetes

Disadvantaged Australians twice as likely to die from diabetes

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare report shows a troubling health divide between rich and poor Australians living in disadvantaged parts of the country are twice as likely to die from
Boy, 7, and mother shot in bungled Salford gangland hit, court told

Boy, 7, and mother shot in bungled Salford gangland hit, court told

Christian Hickey Jr and Jayne Hickey shot by man intending to kill her husband, jury hearsA seven-year-old boy and his mother were shot on their doorstep in a bungled gangland hit during an “explosion
Deep freeze: polar vortex grips midwest and east US – in pictures

Deep freeze: polar vortex grips midwest and east US – in pictures

Officials say temperatures could reach as low as -40C as the polar vortex spreads across the midwest and the east. On Wednesday morning Chicago was significantly colder than Antarctica Continue
Matteo Salvini makes U-turn on prospect of facing kidnapping trial

Matteo Salvini makes U-turn on prospect of facing kidnapping trial

Far-right minister initially welcomed potential case but now says it should not happenMatteo Salvini, Italy’s far-right interior minister, has asked his government to deny prosecutors the right to try