Alabama judge: Death row inmate seeking freedom got 'raw deal' in murder trialAn Alabama inmate who has spent almost 30 years on death row for a murder he denies committing has an unusual supporter in his bid for freedom: A state judge who represented the man's co-defendant while working as a defense lawyer.
Paul vows to return to Capitol Hill on Sunday to block bill, end NSA spyingKentucky GOP Sen. Rand Paul says he'll try to block last-ditch efforts Sunday to renew NSA and other anti-terrorist and surveillance programs.
Farrell apologises for high tackleSaracens fly-half Owen Farrell apologises for the high tackle that ended Anthony Watson's Premiership final early.
Arsenal win FA Cup finalLondon (AFP) - Holders Arsenal retained the FA Cup with a 4-0 victory over Aston Villa in the final at Wembley on Saturday.Arsene Wenger's side took the lead through Theo Walcott's first half strike and further goals after the interval from Alexis Sanchez, Per Mertesacker and Olivier Giroud ensured
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16 killed in Boko Haram attack in Nigeria's MaiduguriAt least 16 people were killed in an attack by Boko Haram militants in Nigeria's northeastern Maiduguri city on Saturday
Rights Group: Syrian Barrel Bombs Kill 71Syrian activists said an airstrike by Syrian government forces has killed 71 people, most of them civilians, in the northern province of Aleppo. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said military helicopters dropped barrel bombs – crude weapons made of oil drums, gas cylinders or water tan
Obama Pressures Senate for Renewal of Surveillance MeasuresPresident Barack Obama said there are Democratic and Republican lawmakers in both the House and the Senate who think the compromise bill is the way to go. He said the only thing in the way is a handful of senators who are resisting reform.
WMNdellis published TV Tonight: The best things to watch on Saturday, May 30MOTD Live: The FA Cup (BBC1, regions vary) Arsenal v Aston Villa (Kick-off 5.30pm). Gary Lineker presents coverage of the final from Wembley Stadium, where the Gunners will be trying to retain the title, and the Villans will aim to lift the trophy for the first time since 1957. Tim Sherwood has rev
Western Morning News published MATCH REPORT: Arsenal 4 Aston Villa 0Arsenal broke records and the hearts of the 25,000 Aston Villa fans as they coasted to the biggest FA Cup final win in 21 years. After escaping relegation, Tim Sherwood brought his Villa side to Wembley looking to win the FA Cup for the first time since 1957, but left in dejection following a 4-0 h
Promotion can heal pain - HoustonFalkirk manager Peter Houston urges his players to learn from their Scottish Cup heartache and secure promotion.
VIDEO: Footage of moment quake hit TokyoA powerful undersea earthquake south of Japan has shaken buildings in Tokyo and been felt across the country.
Sinn Féin warns of 'grave' situationNorthern Ireland's Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness says the political situation at Stormont as "very grave" due to the row over welfare reform.
Bath 16-28 SaracensEngland fly-half Owen Farrell stars as Saracens beat Bath at Twickenham to become Premiership champions for a second time.
England would back World Cup boycottEngland ready to back a European boycott of the 2018 World Cup after Sepp Blatter's Fifa re-election, says Greg Dyke.
Anti-Islam protest is '#NotMyAmerica'AFTER armed bikers gather outside a US mosque to protest Islam, Americans have taken to Twitter to let Muslims know the anti-Islamists’ views are a minority.
Raising the roof for charityHUNDREDS of dazzling ladies and gentleman came together to raise the roof in Brisbane last night, in an effort to raise funds for Brisbane’s first children’s hospice.
Brothers in arms in fight for lifeEACH day little Kade fights for his life. He’s been forced into a situation no child should endure but he knows his big brother is always with him.
Reef scare tactics a disgraceTHE campaign over the Great Barrier Reef has erupted into all-out war between the Federal Government and Greenpeace,with a senator moving to punish the organisation.
Egypt court postpones verdict in Port Said football retrialAn Egyptian court has postponed the verdict in the Port Said football tragedy until the 9th of June.
The retrial concerns 73 defendants, more than a month after a death sentence was handed down for 11 of them.
Legal sources say the verdict was delayed after three fugitive def