National / International News

Roger Federer beats Alexander Zverev to win Gerry Weber Open in Halle

BBC - 6 hours 14 min ago
Roger Federer warms up for Wimbledon by beating Alexander Zverev to earn a record ninth title at the Gerry Weber Open.

Glastonbury first-timer Ray BLK gets to know the festival

BBC - 6 hours 15 min ago
The BBC's Sound of 2017 winner shows us around, as she make her first ever visit to Glastonbury.

Former SNP leader Gordon Wilson dies

BBC - 6 hours 24 min ago
His successor Nicola Sturgeon describes the former Dundee MP as a "passionate advocate for Scotland".

Royal Bank of Scotland to move hundreds of jobs to India

BBC - 6 hours 27 min ago
The move by the state-owned bank will cut nearly 450 UK jobs dealing with loans to small businesses.

Colorado Teachers Get Gun Training As 'First Responders'

NPR News - 7 hours 4 min ago

Should teachers have the right to carry guns in the classroom to protect themselves and their students? While groups on both sides of the issue fight that out, some teachers in Colorado are training.

Labour 'would look to' end household benefit cap

BBC - 7 hours 14 min ago
A shadow minister says any future Labour government would uphold a court ruling against the cap.

Andy & Jamie Murray tipped to play Wimbledon doubles together

BBC - 7 hours 36 min ago
Judy Murray tips sons Andy and Jamie to play Wimbledon doubles together before their careers end.

Trump gift leaves Australian PM Turnbull bemused

BBC - 7 hours 45 min ago
Australian PM sees the funny side after receiving a tie emblazoned with the words "Donald Trump".

London Eye evacuated after 'wartime bomb' found in Thames

BBC - 7 hours 55 min ago
A "suspected WW1 or WW2 ordnance" was found in the River Thames", police say.

Inside French Prisons, A Struggle To Combat Radicalization

NPR News - 8 hours 3 min ago

Some of the home-grown terrorists who have struck France in recent years were petty criminals who were radicalized in prison.

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People Of Coal-Rich Northern Cheyenne Torn Between Jobs and Sacred Culture

NPR News - 8 hours 10 min ago

Despite high unemployment and poverty, the tribe has never touched the billions of tons of coal underneath its land. But new opportunities from the Trump administration could change that.

(Image credit: Shane Thomas McMillan for NPR)

Nobel Peace Prize Winner's Message To America: 'All Children Are Our Children'

NPR News - 8 hours 10 min ago

Kaiilash Satyarthi came to Washington to encourage the U.S. government to fight for the freedom of child laborers.

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British and Irish Lions 2017: Change tactics, not personnel - Sir Clive Woodward

BBC - 8 hours 20 min ago
The British and Irish Lions are totally beatable in the second Test against New Zealand, says Sir Clive Woodward.

Ben Ainslie: Leading Great Britain in America's Cup is toughest thing I've ever done

BBC - 8 hours 34 min ago
Ben Ainslie reflects on leading Great Britain in this year's America's Cup, describing it as the "toughest thing" he has ever done.

Six hurt after car hits people

BBC - 8 hours 59 min ago
Boy aged eight critical and woman arrested after car ran into bystanders marking end of Ramadan in Newcastle.

Brexit: David Davis 'pretty sure' of free trade deal

BBC - 9 hours 16 min ago
The Brexit secretary also backs Theresa May and says a leadership contest would be "catastrophic".

London tower block residents 'must leave' says council

BBC - 9 hours 30 min ago
Camden Council says householders who have chosen to stay risk delaying work to improve safety.

What Would Human Resources Do?: Some Advice For Trump As He Recruits And Staffs Up

NPR News - 9 hours 59 min ago

Between President Trump being a newcomer to D.C. and a swirl of chaos, the White House is lagging behind other administrations in hiring. But experts NPR spoke to have some tips.

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Air Asia plane suffers 'washing machine' fault

BBC - 10 hours 22 min ago
An AirAsia X plane is forced to turn back to Perth after suffering a "technical fault".

In pictures: Muslims celebrate Eid al-Fitr festival

BBC - 10 hours 35 min ago
The Islamic world has begun marking the holiday which ends the Ramadan fast.