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Steve Penny had been indicted for evidence tampering in the Larry Nassar sexual abuse investigation.
Thousands of people lined the streets of Melbourne to greet the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Three of the four closed lines into Paddington will reopen, but some further disruption is possible.
There's anger after the Brexit secretary suggests the choice will be simply "take it or leave it".
Almost half of users are under 35 and one in five is from a black or ethnic minority group - but why?
The system is meant to "mimic the in-work experience" but campaigners say it creates problems.
A mother-of-four describes the torment she suffered at the hands of online trolls.
The Army Photographic Competition 2018 winners are revealed.
They say the boxes are being promoted as a safe alternative to cots despite a lack of research.
Why you might start using this Chinese expression if you want to encourage someone.
When Diane Reeve discovered that her partner was sleeping around she ended their relationship, but then she found out that he had given her HIV.
Cannabis-users celebrated across Canada on the first day of marijuana legalisation in the country.
The low-cost carrier, which flew to several UK destinations, cancels all flights from midnight.
Company executives still plan to attend the Riyadh business event despite concerns over missing journalist.
What having a severe nut allergy feels like and how navigating the daily risks affects your life.
The weird and wonderful ways companies adapt their products to get around trade tariffs.
A deadly attack at a gig nine months ago has only made this band from the Central African Republic more determined.
From Nigeria to Afghanistan, tens of millions of mines remain buried around the world. How long will it take to clear them?
A lion cub in Sri Lanka was nursed by a dog after being rejected by his mother in a zoo.
Many of the morning papers report on the possibility of the Brexit transition period being extended.