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Trump names Brett Kavanaugh as supreme court nominee – video

US president Donald Trump has named conservative federal appeals court Judge Brett Kavanaugh as his nominee to serve on the US supreme court Continue reading...
Introducing Breathless: the death of David Dungay Jr – podcast preview

Introducing Breathless: the death of David Dungay Jr – podcast preview

The death of Indigenous man David Dungay Jr in Long Bay jail after a disagreement about a packet of biscuits raises questions about the use of medical restraint and tranquillisers. We follow the
Judge rejects US government request for long-term detention of immigrant children

Judge rejects US government request for long-term detention of immigrant children

Judge says there is ‘no state licensing readily available for facilities that house both adults and children’A US federal judge on Monday rejected the Trump administration’s request to allow long-term
'Not the same science': Longman LNP candidate on climate change – video

'Not the same science': Longman LNP candidate on climate change – video

In a video recorded on Saturday, the Liberal National party candidate for Longman, Trevor Ruthenberg, is shown talking to members of the Australian Youth Climate Coalition, who were campaigning in
Nigel Farage seventh on list of MEPs' outside earnings

Nigel Farage seventh on list of MEPs' outside earnings

Campaign group calls for MEPs to provide more detail about their income and employersNigel Farage has earned between £524,000 and £700,000 through TV and radio work in the last four years, according
Donald Trump names Brett Kavanaugh as supreme court nominee – as it happened

Donald Trump names Brett Kavanaugh as supreme court nominee – as it happened

Trump nominates Kavanaugh, a conservative rising star, to replace Anthony Kennedy on supreme courtFull story: Trump names Kavanaugh as nominee for next supreme court justice Who is Brett Kavanaugh?
Home Office urged to let ‘cheating’ students resit language tests

Home Office urged to let ‘cheating’ students resit language tests

Call for students to be given the chance to clear their names and continue studying in UKCampaigners are calling for thousands of students who may have been wrongly accused of cheating in Home
'It's a miracle': baby survives nine hours buried under debris in Montana woods

'It's a miracle': baby survives nine hours buried under debris in Montana woods

Five-month-old boy found safe and well after being abandoned in western Montana forest wearing wet clothes in cold weatherA five-month-old baby has miraculously survived more than nine hours being
Japan: death toll climbs to 155 after 'historic' rain and landslides

Japan: death toll climbs to 155 after 'historic' rain and landslides

Rescue workers search for survivors and 2 million people are subject to evacuation ordersThe number of people who have died in floods and landslides triggered by “historic” levels of torrential rain
Q&A: Matt Canavan and Tanya Plibersek clash over immigration

Q&A: Matt Canavan and Tanya Plibersek clash over immigration

Resources minister says concentration of migrants in cities runs risk of ‘ghettoisation’Matt Canavan has suggested Australia should have “one culture we can get behind” as he expressed concern about
Trump administration to miss deadline to reunite all children under five with families

Trump administration to miss deadline to reunite all children under five with families

So far, DoJ has reunited only two of the 102 children and said it expects to reunite another 54 by tomorrow’s deadlineThe US government has only managed to reunite two of 102 migrant children under
Theresa May says Tory dissent could send Jeremy Corbyn into No 10

Theresa May says Tory dissent could send Jeremy Corbyn into No 10

Prime minister issues warning to hardline Brexiters after resignation of Boris JohnsonPolitics live – news and reaction to Boris Johnson’s resignationTheresa May has warned hardline Brexiters to fall

Prince Louis christened in a private ceremony – video

The prince has been christened by the archbishop of Canterbury in a private ceremony in the Chapel Royal at St James's Palace. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended the service but neither the Queen
Scientists discover world's oldest colour – bright pink

Scientists discover world's oldest colour – bright pink

Pigments found in 1.1bn-year-old rocks beneath the Sahara desert shed light on ‘major puzzle’ about early life Scientists have discovered what they say are the world’s oldest colours – and they are
John Edwards murders put gun club rules under scrutiny

John Edwards murders put gun club rules under scrutiny

Father who killed his children had been refused by one club over a background check but was accepted by anotherWhen John Edwards tried to join a Sydney gun club in January of last year he ticked “yes”
Emmanuel Macron pledges to overhaul French welfare state

Emmanuel Macron pledges to overhaul French welfare state

President promises changes to unemployment benefits, pensions and health systemEmmanuel Macron has promised to overhaul the French welfare state and cut public spending, telling MPs at the Palace of
Donald Trump’s former driver sues over unpaid wages

Donald Trump’s former driver sues over unpaid wages

Noel Cintron, Trump’s driver for more than 25 years, says he’s owed 3,300 hours of uncompensated overtimeDonald Trump’s former personal driver has sued the president’s family business for thousands of
Brazil: Lula supporters hope release is near after weekend of legal drama

Brazil: Lula supporters hope release is near after weekend of legal drama

A judge ordered that Lula be freed three times but was overruled, as Brazilians compared the drama to a World Cup shootoutSupporters of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, Brazil’s jailed former president,
Teenager convicted of killing London shop worker after Rizla row

Teenager convicted of killing London shop worker after Rizla row

16-year-old found guilty of manslaughter over attack on Vijaykumar Patel in Mill HillA 16-year-old boy has been found guilty of killing a shopkeeper who refused to sell him Rizla papers. Vijaykumar
European stock markets rise as trade fears fade – business live

European stock markets rise as trade fears fade – business live

Pound rallies following brief dip after resignation of Brexit secretary David DavisMid-morning summary 1.33pm BST In other news, Nissan has admitted that exhaust emissions and fuel economy tests for