NHTSA: 100 million cars have been recalled since 2014There have been roughly 100 million vehicle recalls in the United States since the start of last year. And most of the affected cars have yet to be repaired. There were a record 74.2 million recalls in 2014, according to the National Highway Traffic Sa...
Obama pitches Iran plan at Adas synagoguePresident Barack Obama on Friday strongly defended his intentions with Iran, telling congregants at the Adas Israel synagogue in Northwest Washington that his reputation is on the line if the country ends up securing a nuclear bomb.
TLC Pulls '19 Kids and Counting' Amid Molestation RevelationsTLC has pulled episodes of its reality hit “19 Kids and Counting” on the heels of revelations that the family’s oldest son was accused of molesting five underage girls 12 years ago when he was a teenager. TLC confirmed in a statement that the series had been yanked “effective
Mum's fury at Poltergeist movie bus advert showing evil clown that left her terrified kids unable to...The children are haunted by the advert for the 1982 movie remake that tells the story of a young girl left terrified by apparitions in a suburban home
Striking the Kingdom: ISIS takes credit for deadly Saudi mosque bombingA terror group that says it's a Saudi affiliate of the Islamic State has claimed responsibility for a bloody bomb attack in eastern Saudi Arabia Friday that killed 19 worshippers during morning prayers at a Shiite mosque. This would be the first time ISIS has claimed an attack on Saudi soil, The Wal
Internal emails show Clinton got detailed intel on 'planned' Benghazi hitInternal State Department emails in the aftermath of the Benghazi terror attack show then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton received detailed information indicating the strike was planned by well-trained fighters, yet her office continued to push the narrative days later that it began "spontaneousl
Opinion Journal: Obama, Israel and ‘Jewish Values’The Israel Project Managing Director of Press & Strategy Omri Ceren on the President’s speech marking Jewish American Heritage Month. Plus, an update on the nuclear deal. Photo: Getty Images
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Janet Yellen just made one of the most surprising admissions you'll ever hear from an economist (DIA..."I am describing the outlook that I see as most likely, but based on many years of making economic projections, I can assure you that any specific projection I write down will turn out to be wrong, perhaps markedly so." On Friday, Fed Chair Janet Yellen gave a speech in Providence, Rhode Island, and
Obama Reaffirms U.S. Commitment to Israel's SecurityPresident Barack Obama reaffirmed Friday the U.S. commitment to Israel's security and stressed that Iran must not "under any circumstances be allowed to get a nuclear weapon."
VIDEO: Cameron opens EU discussions in RigaPM David Cameron says he is prepared for "ups and downs", as he opens discussions with other European leaders on his intention to redraw Britain's relationship with the EU.
WMNCBarnes published Motorway views beat middle-of-the-roadWith hotels popping up in prime sites across the city and an Exeter version of Monopoly in the pipeline, a new building phenomenon has passed Go and into the wider Westcountry.Cornwall's Watergate Bay Hotel has a £18million boutique spa hotel development in the pipeline at Plymouth's Royal Wil
WMNAGreenwood published Seven injured in head on crash on A30Seven people have been injured in a major crash which has closed the A30 in Cornwall in both directions. Devon and Cornwall Police were called to reports of a head on collision between Nissan Cabstar truck and a Volkswagen Polo, between Chiverton Cross and Chybucca, at about 4.20pm. Police bel
Canada building less social housing despite risk of increased homelessnessThe first 20-year survey of public housing trends in North America, Europe and Asia has highlighted the decline in Canada's public-housing investment. Researchers at UBC's School of Community and Regional Planning (SCARP) compiled data from governments, housing and non-profit agencies, and academic
Top UK scientists warn against EU exitA group of leading British scientists including Nobel-winning geneticist Paul Nurse warned leaving the European Union could threaten research funding, in a letter published in The Times newspaper on Friday.
Explainer: How to solve a jewel heist (and why it takes so long)The Hatton Garden heist was a burglary that to all intents and purposes appeared to be taken from a work of fiction. A daring raid that involved climbing down lift shafts, drilling through a reinforced concrete wall, gaining entry to a secure vault and breaking numerous secure metal safe boxes befor
Late-night laughs: @POTUS editionFrom his first tweet to his back-and-forth with Bill Clinton, President Obama's new Twitter account inspired jokes from late-night comedians Jimmy Fallon, Seth Meyers, Conan O'Brien and Jimmy Kimmel.
Road changes after second child hitImmediate steps are being taken to make a Cardiff road safer after a second child is knocked down in the space of two months.
VIDEO: Carmichael behind Sturgeon memo leakThe former Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael admits he was behind the leaking of a controversial memo about SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon during the general election campaign.
VIDEO: UK's worst train crash 100 years onFriday marks 100 years since Britain's worst rail crash that claimed the lives of 226 people, the Quintinshill rail disaster.
Reporter guilty in story tips caseSun crime reporter Anthony France is found guilty of receiving story tips from an anti-terrorism officer based at Heathrow Airport.
Balls 'not dashing back to politics'Ed Balls rules out an early return to frontline politics and says Labour should have been more "pro-business" in an exclusive interview with Nick Robinson.
McIlroy misses cut at WentworthWorld number one Rory McIlroy misses the cut in the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth after a second round of 78.
NZ batsmen punish profligate EnglandNew Zealand dominate England's bowlers to move into a strong position after two days of the first Test at Lord's.
Yellen: US rates may rise this yearThe chair of the US Federal Reserve, Janet Yellen, says she expects the central bank to begin raising interest rates "at some point this year".
First set of Clinton emails releasedState Department releases hundreds of emails - many relating to the attack in Benghazi, Libya - from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's private email account.
ISIL forcing coalition to reconsider its strengthsIslamic State militants have been steadily battering Iraqi government forces. Well-armed and resourceful, ISIL’s bombs are found buried in villages, and roadside explosive traps are common. Yet ISIL’s latest victories have further reconfirmed that their support extends beyond the battlefield.
Halo around the sun makes people nervousAn optical illusion of a halo around the sun that was witnessed over Mexico City has some people nervous. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the details.
Powerful unannounced Samsung Tablet gets BenchmarkedThe Samsung Galaxy S6 and the S6 Edge may be Sammy's bread and butter this year, but they are far from done when it comes to new releases. Case in point, an unannounced Samsung tablet has just been spotted that doesn't belong to any lineup we know of and it has interesting specifications.
Google Brillo coming as an answer to the Internet of ThingsIt's safe to say that most of us live in a connected world, and Google plays a large part in that whether you like it or not. According to a new report, the company is gearing up to launch Google Brillo, which will take aim at the Internet of Things. The post Google Brillo coming as an ans
More money, more e-mails, more problems for Hillary ClintonEach week seems to bring more distracting news for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, from previously undisclosed payments to the Clinton Foundation to the e-mails she wrote about the 2012 attack in Benghazi, Libya. What does it all mean this time? The Fix's Chris Cillizza explains.
Dwayne Johnson Defends 'San Andreas' After NepalDwayne Johnson defends the release of his new disaster flick "San Andreas," about a deadly California earthquake, just weeks after a real quake killed thousands in Nepal. (May 21)
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Police pose as pedophile kingpinQUEENSLAND detectives have infiltrated and secretly taken over a global online pedophile network on the ‘dark web’ in a world-first operation.
Mid extra-life crisis: Pac-Man goes to space for his birthdayHappy birthday Pac-Man, you large, yellow, ghost-chomping hero. Originally released on 22 May 1980, the game is 35 today, and publisher Bandai Namco is making sure we all know about it.For starters there's a new update to the iOS app that brings with it multi-player functionality, a variety of new m
Paris pickpocket protest forces closure of Eiffel TowerThe Eiffel Tower in Paris has been forced to close because of a worker walkout over crime around the famous landmark.
Those protesting say there has been a rise in aggressive pickpockets around the Paris landmark – and they want action.
“It’s a growing problem. There
Couple Leaves $847K Inheritance To US GovernmentWhile many people try to find ways to pay as little as possible to the government, one Seattle couple wanted their entire inheritance to go to the U.S. government. A cashier's check in the amount of $847,215.57 was recently received by the U.S. Department of Treasury.
While many people t
Whistleblower's Account of Mass Child Abuse in EnglandMore than 1,400 girls were allegedly abused by a gang of pedophiles in Rotherham, England, over a 15-year period. Whistleblower Jayne Senior explains how the men would prey on their victims. Video/Photo: Mark Kelly/The Wall Street Journal
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