Ottawa gunman, Michael Zehaf Bibeau, urges similar attacks in unreleased portion of video manifesto

Ottawa gunman, Michael Zehaf Bibeau, urges similar attacks in unreleased portion of video manifesto

As calmly as Michael Zehaf Bibeau laid out the reasons for his fateful attack on Parliament Hill last October, he exhorted others to carry out similar attacks, say sources



FA boss Greg Dyke vows to oust Sepp Blatter as FIFA president before Swiss tyrant's fifth term is ov...

FA boss Greg Dyke vows to oust Sepp Blatter as FIFA president before Swiss tyrant's fifth term is ov...

Blatter was re-elected for a fifth four-year term as not even a £100m scandal and the threat of England pulling out of the World Cup could bring him down

US removes Cuba from its list of state sponsors of terror

US removes Cuba from its list of state sponsors of terror

The US State Department has announced that Cuba has been removed from the US list of state sponsors of terror, a move which clears the way for restoring relations after half a century.

A spokesman for the state department emphasised that the terror list review was a separate process fro

#NotMyAmerica Campaign Responds To Mosque Protest With Message Of Inclusion

#NotMyAmerica Campaign Responds To Mosque Protest With Message Of Inclusion

As bikers gather outside a mosque to protest Islam, interfaith advocates will be on Twitter sending the global community a message of inclusion. The Campaign to Take On Hate, which works to challenge misconceptions of Muslims and Arab Americans, organized a Twitter campaign in response to news th

'Bush Tucker Trial' Death: Kidnappers Jailed

'Bush Tucker Trial' Death: Kidnappers Jailed

Two security guards who kidnapped a man from a music festival and dumped him on a dangerous road have been jailed over his death.

U.S. officially removes Cuba from terrorism blacklist

U.S. officially removes Cuba from terrorism blacklist

The Obama administration on Friday formally removed Cuba from a U.S. terrorism blacklist as part of the process of normalizing relations between the Cold War foes. Secretary of State John Kerry signed off on rescinding Cuba's "state sponsor of terrorism" designation exactly 45 days after the Obama

Art project will take 3,000 photos of disabled people to change your perceptions

Art project will take 3,000 photos of disabled people to change your perceptions

On March 12, 1990, disability rights activists gathered in Washington, D.C. to fight for the passage of the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA), which would prohibit discrimination against people with disabilities. After the main rally, 60 activists approached the U.S. Capitol Building, leaving be

Sepp Blatter strikes back

Sepp Blatter strikes back

Media Watch turns its attention to the re-appointment of Sepp Blatter for his 5th term as FIFA president. Anger and disappoint are widespread, with many calling for a boycott of the World Cup itself. Businesses sponsoring the governing body of world football are also in the firing line.



Backstage at Britains Got Talent what to expect from tonights last semifinal

Backstage at Britains Got Talent what to expect from tonights last semifinal

Impressionist Danny Posthill teases which BGT stars are being impersonated tonight the Beat Brothers talk tricks and tumbles and Calum Scott reveals what its like being Simon Cowells Golden Buzzer act

Kiwi sisters light up Sydney art festival

Kiwi sisters light up Sydney art festival

Kiwi twin sisters have been celebrated as being among the highlights of a major Australian art festival, with three light and sculpture installations on show at Vivid Sydney .Aucklanders Alexandra and Julia Heaney, 26, are the...

Former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert indicted by feds

Former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert indicted by feds

WASHINGTON (ABC News) - The Justice Department has charged former House Speaker Dennis Hastert with lying to FBI agents and trying to hide financial transactions intended to keep prior misconduct secret, prosecutors alleged. The 73-year-old Hastert, a top Republican on Capitol Hill before he left

Clinton Foundation accused of trading ex-president's presence for donation

Clinton Foundation accused of trading ex-president's presence for donation

The Clinton camp was hit Friday with yet another bombshell report on the family foundation, even as the Democratic power couple launched a counteroffensive against critics of the foundation's dealings.

Former RI Gov. Lincoln Chafee set to announce 2016 campaign next week

Former RI Gov. Lincoln Chafee set to announce 2016 campaign next week

Former Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee, once a Republican, then an independent, then a Democrat, plans to announce his candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination next week.

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak reveals his one philosophy on work and life

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak reveals his one philosophy on work and life

In the last words of his 2006 autobiography, "iWoz: From Computer Geek to Cult Icon," Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak relays an exuberant and instructive message to his readers: "And have fun doing it."  During a press call for the upcoming National Geographic mini-series "American Genius," one

Police receives info on bomb threat in FIFA congress

Police receives info on bomb threat in FIFA congress

Zurich (Switzerland) police have confirmed the fact of receiving information about an bomb threat during the 65th congress of the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA).

Welcome to Whatever, USA, Bud Light's Big Party for a Few Fans

Welcome to Whatever, USA, Bud Light's Big Party for a Few Fans

Last year Bud Light took experiential marketing to a new level with its secret party town, Whatever, USA, which turned Crested Butte, Colo., into a giant, all-expenses-paid beer bash for 1,000 of the Anheuser-Busch brand's lucky fans. The second annual Whatever, USA event kicks off today, this

A look inside Dennis Hastert's indictment

A look inside Dennis Hastert's indictment

The Post's Chris Cillizza breaks down former House speaker Dennis Hastert's indictment on charges that he broke bank laws by withdrawing large sums of money and lying about it to federal authorities.

American Express President Ed Gilligan dies after becoming ill on flight

American Express President Ed Gilligan dies after becoming ill on flight

Danielle HaynesNEW YORK, May 29 (UPI) -- American Express President Ed Gilligan died Friday after he became ill on a flight to New York, the company said. He was 55.

US Takes Cuba Off Terrorism List

US Takes Cuba Off Terrorism List

The United States on Friday dropped Cuba from a blacklist designating the communist country as a state sponsor of terrorism in another step toward the resumption of diplomatic links between the two nations after a five-decade standoff. Shortly after meeting with Cuban President Raul Castro in A

US Economy Shrank in Early 2015

US Economy Shrank in Early 2015

The U.S. economy shrank in the first three months of 2015, as unusually foul winter weather hurt economic activity, the strong dollar made it harder to sell American-made goods in other nations and low oil prices meant less investment in drilling. Friday's report from the U.S. Commerce Departme

Purple Door Coffeeshop: Changing Lives One Cup at a Time

Purple Door Coffeeshop: Changing Lives One Cup at a Time

Kevin Persons has been homeless for roughly a quarter of his nearly 25 years. Today, he's working behind the counter of an espresso bar, serving coffee and striving to transition off the streets of Denver, Colorado. "It is a struggle to get a job even when you have a house nowadays," he said, "

Is O'Malley just a Clinton back-up plan?

Is O'Malley just a Clinton back-up plan?

Former Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley is set to announce a presidential bid on Saturday. Could he challenge Hillary Clinton, or is he consigned to being his party's unlikely plan B.

Wife of jailed Saudi blogger Badawi campaigns for his release

Wife of jailed Saudi blogger Badawi campaigns for his release

The wife of jailed Saudi blogger Raif Badawi, who was sentenced in 2014 to 1,000 lashes and 10 years in prison on charges of insulting Islam, says his health is declining rapidly as she campaigns for his release.

Palestinians withdraw FIFA bid to suspend Israel

Palestinians withdraw FIFA bid to suspend Israel

The Palestine Football Association (PFA) on Friday dropped its motion to have FIFA suspend Israel from international football, with the Jewish state saying the decision helped it avoid "an absurd situation".

Incumbent Blatter wins FIFA presidency amid corruption scandal

Incumbent Blatter wins FIFA presidency amid corruption scandal

Sepp Blatter won a fifth consecutive term as president of FIFA on Friday, despite the arrest of seven top officials on corruption charges this week and twin criminal probes into the world football governing body.

Happy Friday: Tina Fey and Amy Poehler Get 'Weekend Update' Action Figures

Comedy BFFs Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are having their achievement as the first female co-hosts of "SNL's" Weekend Update segment commemorated with action figures from Entertainment Earth.  The three-inch limited-edition figurines will be sold at San-Diego Comic-Con in July for

The Safdie Brothers on Melding Fiction and Documentary in 'Heaven Knows What'

With its raw depiction of young junkies looking for their next fix on the mean streets of New York, "Heaven Knows What" wowed audiences at the Venice, Toronto and New York Film Festivals earlier this year. Brothers Josh and Benny Safdie wrote the screenplay with Ronald Bronstein, the star

Sydney barrister Richard McHugh takes a hard line on high society in his first novel

Barrister Richard McHugh's first novel is based around a social group neglected in fiction, he says, that is working upper-middle-class parents with high-powered careers.

WMNOVergnault published 40% of young people in UK don't use sun cream

Almost four in 10 young people in Britain do not use sun cream, according to a survey. The research, by Teenage Cancer Trust, found that 38% of people aged 13 to 24 do not think the sun in the country is strong enough to damage their skin, so they do not apply protection. This is despite 37

Western Morning News published Padraig Harrington falters as Rory McIlroy exits Irish Open

Padraig Harrington was frustrated not to be in a commanding position to win a second Irish Open title as tournament host Rory McIlroy missed the cut for the third year in succession. Three-time major champion Harrington predicted on Wednesday that an Irish player would lift the trophy on Sunday, wi

Donegal and Tyrone hit with €5k fines

The Donegal and Tyrone county boards have been fined €5000 each for the brawl between their two sides earlier this month.

Blatter re-elected as FIFA boss after rival withdraws

Sepp Blatter has been re-elected for a fifth term as FIFA president despite the crisis that has struck the world governing body this week.

VIDEO: Care boss sorry for 'zoo' hospital

The boss of a health inspection body apologises to patients at a north Wales mental health unit that was likened to a zoo.

VIDEO: NI teachers recall Heyshel disaster

Three teachers from Belfast who were caught up in the Heysel stadium disaster 30 years ago share their memories of the day.

Teenager jailed for 'terror grooming'

Teenager Kazi Islam is sentenced to eight years in a young offenders' institution for grooming a young man with learning difficulties to kill two soldiers.

Jewish sect female drive ban condemned

A ban on women driving their children to school issued by a Jewish education institution is "unacceptable", Education Secretary Nicky Morgan says.

'Blatter will have suffered a shock'

FA chairman Greg Dyke does not expect Sepp Blatter to remain as Fifa president after winning a fifth term in charge.