Baltimore aftermath: The damage left after protests

Baltimore aftermath: The damage left after protests

The morning after violent protests in Baltimore, firefighters, crews and neighbors worked to clean up the destruction left behind. Here's a look at scenes from the street.



Maryland state senator calls for Baltimore police commissioner to step down

Maryland state senator calls for Baltimore police commissioner to step down

 A Maryland state senator is calling for the resignation of Baltimore police commissioner Anthony Batts. Sen. James Brochin (D), who represents the adjoining Baltimore County, said that the death of Freddie Gray, who sustained fatal injuries while in police custody, is the result of poor police

Obama, Abe Promise Cooperation on Pacific Trade Talks

Obama, Abe Promise Cooperation on Pacific Trade Talks

In a news conference with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, President Obama discusses how the U.S. and Japan are strengthening economic ties and reacting to China's moves in Asia. Photo: AP

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Perth teens make contact from Nepal

Perth teens make contact from Nepal

THREE WA teens missing in Nepal since a massive earthquake struck on Saturday have contacted their Perth families, saying they are alive. Survivors pledge to raise funds | Gallery: West Aussies in Nepal

Bali Nine: Anger grows over executions

Bali Nine: Anger grows over executions

UPDATE: SIR Richard Branson has added his voice to growing condemnation on social media over Indonesia’s handling of the executions of the Bali Nine pair.

How Bali executions happened

How Bali executions happened

DRESSED in white with targets above their hearts, Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran were led from their cells to face a 12-man firing squad.

Sam Smith cancels Australian shows due to vocal cord hemorrhage

Sam Smith cancels Australian shows due to vocal cord hemorrhage

Germaine BensonSYDNEY, April 28 (UPI) -- Sam Smith was forced to cancel his remaining Australian tour dates due to a vocal cord hemorrhage.

Raw Video: Scenes From Monday's Riots in Baltimore

Raw Video: Scenes From Monday's Riots in Baltimore

About 200 people were arrested and more than a dozen police officers were injured after protests following the funeral of a black man who died while in police custody turned violent.

US Official Confirms Iran Intercepted Cargo Ship

US Official Confirms Iran Intercepted Cargo Ship

A senior U.S. official said Iranian naval ships and patrol craft fired shots across the bridge of a cargo ship in the Strait of Hormuz in Iranian territorial waters. The official said the container ship, the MV Maersk Tigris, was transiting the strait into the Arabian Gulf "on an internationall

Apple's Mac Selling Strong, iPad Not So Much

Apple's Mac Selling Strong, iPad Not So Much

Apple's iPhone was again the company's star in the first three months of the year. The tech giant sold 61 million iPhones, or 40 percent more than in the same period a year ago. That represented about two-thirds of its $58 billion in revenue. But executives also shed some light on other well-

Fantastic Four Writer Explains Why They Hid Their Footage From Fans

Fantastic Four Writer Explains Why They Hid Their Footage From Fans

Since director Josh Trank and his cast of rising, young talent finished principal photography on the Fantastic Four reboot, we haven’t seen much beyond two trailers. Fans have already overanalyzed this move as a sign of a poor final product. But Simon Kinberg assures us that there’s a better reaso

Hot Docs Screens Documentaries by Strong Women, About Strong Women

Hot Docs Screens Documentaries by Strong Women, About Strong Women

The spontaneous, seemingly spring-loaded standing ovation that erupted at the end of Jessica Edwards' buoyant bio-pic "Mavis" Sunday night at Hot Docs here in Toronto, made a couple of things very clear: One, it's a terrific movie. And, two, this year the girls are definitely in the mix. On the h

Complete List of 2015 Tony Award Nominations

Complete List of 2015 Tony Award Nominations

A day after announcing John Cameron Mitchell's well deserved honorary award, the 69th Tony Award nominations are in. Gay-themed musical "Fun House" led the nominations alongside "An...

Western Morning News published WESTCOUNTRY FARMER: Rural and urban come together in fine style

Western Morning News published WESTCOUNTRY FARMER: Rural and urban come together in fine style

County and agricultural shows are on the rise with the great British public. Figures from the Association of Show and Agricultural Organisations (ASAO) revealed that nearly seven million people attended them in 2013, up from five million ten years ago. But what is it that makes them so popular?

VIDEO: Miliband on why he met Russell Brand

VIDEO: Miliband on why he met Russell Brand

Labour leader Ed Miliband says he agreed to meet Russell Brand as it was important to "engage" with the millions of people who did not vote.

Knife attacker stabbed fiancée

Knife attacker stabbed fiancée

A man who scarred his fiancée for life in a knife attack and repeatedly threatened to kill her is jailed for almost six years.

Driver who drove over OAP sentenced

Driver who drove over OAP sentenced

A driver who killed an 85-year-old woman by reversing over her in Livingston, West Lothian, avoids a jail sentence.

VIDEO: On campaign trail with UKIP's Farage

VIDEO: On campaign trail with UKIP's Farage

UKIP leader Nigel Farage says he will woo Labour voters in northern constituencies as he tours north-east England.

VIDEO: The exodus of Ramadi as IS advance

VIDEO: The exodus of Ramadi as IS advance

Iraqi forces and US coalition fighter jets have been battling to stop the advance of Islamic State in Iraq.

VIDEO: Restaurant scoured for quake survivors

VIDEO: Restaurant scoured for quake survivors

Rescuers in Nepal are still hopeful that they will find some survivors amongst the wreckage, although a lot of bodies are also being found.

UK charities appeal for Nepal help

UK charities appeal for Nepal help

The UK's Disasters Emergency Committee launches a televised appeal for donations to help the victims of Saturday's earthquake in Nepal.

Court orders libel payout for McCanns

Court orders libel payout for McCanns

A Portuguese court awards the parents of missing Madeleine McCann damages of £357,000 after a libel trial.

EU's Juncker seeks 'fair deal' for UK

EU's Juncker seeks 'fair deal' for UK

EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker says he wants a "fair deal" for the UK and does not rule out EU treaty change.

A UKIP win in North East would be 'symbolic' according to leader Nigel Farage

A UKIP win in North East would be 'symbolic' according to leader Nigel Farage

Nigel Farage leader of the UK Independence Party goes through your election manifesto during visit to the North East

Partridge Family Star Suzanne Crough Passes Away

Partridge Family Star Suzanne Crough Passes Away

We are sad to deliver the news that Partridge family star Suzanne Crough has passed away at the age of 52. Suzanne rose to fame in the hit 1970's show as the tambourine shaking daughter of Tracy Partridge and was loved by many. TMZ is reporting that the cause of death is still unknown and that Suzan

Nepal Earthquake Survivors Struggle to Bury the Dead

Residents of Katmandu struggle to cope with the large number of deaths following the earthquake that struck Nepal Saturday. Photo: Karan Singh for The Wall Street Journal.

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Iran's seizure of cargo ship in Gulf appears to be 'provocative' act, says US

The US says its monitoring a Marshall Islands-flagged cargo ship, which has been boarded by Iranian forces in the Gulf.

The MV Maersk Tigris made a distress call in the Strait of Hormuz, one of the world’s most important oil shipping channels.

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Iranian forces board Marshal Islands-flagged ship in Persian Gulf over legal issues

Press TV has learned that a Marshal Islands-flagged ship has been seized by Iranian forces in the Persian Gulf due to legal issues.

Iranian forces have reportedly boarded and taken the vessel to a port south of Iran. A US military vessel was also in the area as the ship sent a distres

Iran requests friendly with Harambee Stars'

Goal can reveal that Iranian FA have officially invited Kenya for a friendly match in June and that FKF are considering sending Under-23 team

East Bengal 0-1 Johor Darul Ta'zim FC: The Red and Golds crash out of the AFC Cup

Eelco Schattorie once again fielded his reserve side who put up a brave display but were beaten by a resilient Malaysia

Greyhound trainer gets bail at third attempt

HE was charged with animal cruelty in the live baiting scandal, now high-profile greyhound trainer Tom Noble has been granted bail on charges of intimidating a witness.

Ryther murder accused was 'drinking all day'

THE teenager accused of raping and murdering pregnant Logan woman Joan Ryther had been drinking all day with friends before they set out to steal a car, a court has heard.

Hands-on review: LG G4

Introduction, design and displayThe LG G4 proves that there's room for one more among Android flagships phone launching in the first half of this year, and it just may be worth the wait.Its standout feature is a premium design with a durable leather back for its lead model, one that's comfortable to

Farage responds to 'virus of racism' comments

Ukip leader Nigel Farage says there is a constant attempt to paint the party as a racist party which is "wholely unjustified." Report by Fudgea. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

Tonys: Watch Performances by This Year's Nominees

On Tuesday, the nominees for the 2015 Tony Awards were announced, with “An American in Paris” and “Fun Home" tying with 12 nominations each. Watch some of this year's best Tony-nominated performances.


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Texas A&M professor fails entire class and quits with epic email rant

A college professor flunks his entire misbehaving class via email and then quits the class, but the university sides with the students, saying the grades will be re-assessed. Jen Markham (@jenmarkham) has the story.

Donald Trump's Tweet On Baltimore Riots Triggers Firestorm

Donald Trump, who never seems to shy away from controversy, shared his thoughts on the Baltimore riots in a twitter post.

Donald Trump, never one to shy away from controversy, shared his thoughts on Monday’s riots in Baltimore. He tweeted, "Our great African American President hasn't

Charity tax perk facing the chop

LABOR may back a government plan to slash a tax perk for charity workers. HOW WOULD YOU SPEND THE BUDGET? BE THE TREASURER HERE

St Andrews tops Victoria's rich list

ST ANDREWS in Melbourne’s outer northeast has topped Victoria’s list of high-wage earners, booting the blue-riband suburb of Toorak from top spot.

Motorists are happier than ever with their cars

News 28 Apr, 2015 Latest Driver Power results show that drivers are more impressed than ever with their cars

The murderous cars of Mad Max: Fury Road

News 28 Apr, 2015 Here are some of the crackpot vehicles from the latest Mad Max film, scheduled for release in May 2015

Prince William & Kate Middleton's Royal Delivery

Countdown to royal baby number two is in full swing! While the world awaits, Kate Middleton and Prince William did something special for those camping outside of St. Mary's Hospital this morning in London. The Duke and Duchess sent out 10 cups of hot tea and two boxes of pastries to their fans, brin

Police looking for more victims in trafficking case

A man has been arrested in connection with a human trafficking investigation, and police believe there may be more victims.

Two musicals top Tony Award nominees with 12 each

The musicals 'An American in Paris' and 'Fun Home' each received a leading 12 Tony Award nominations on Tuesday, showing two very different sides of this Broadway season.

Saudi Arabia: 93 suspected Islamic State militants arrested

Saudi Arabia said Tuesday it has arrested a total of 93 people with ties to the Islamic State group in recent months, foiling their plans to carry out multiple terrorist attacks, including a strike on the U.S. Embassy in the kingdom's capital.

Iran fires warning shots across bow of cargo ship in Strait of Hormuz

Iranian patrol vessels have fired warning shots across the bridge of a Marshall Islands-flagged cargo vessel that was traversing the Strait of Hormuz in Iranian territorial waters, a Pentagon official said Tuesday.

Yukoners uncertain about fate of school they helped build in Nepal

Yukoner Leisel Briggs and her daughter Rosemarie have been anxiously waiting on news from Nepal after Saturday's deadly earthquake. The Briggs' charitable organization, Hands of Hope, helped build a school in Nepal and has sponsored several orphans to pursue post-secondary education.

Mixed reviews on job attrition plan for public service

The head of the province's largest union says government's plan to cut 1,420 public service positions in the next five years through attrition will have a big impact on union members. Meanwhile, the head of the Newfoundland and Labrador Employers' Council says government could have r

Has The Duchess Of Cambridge Gone Into Labor?

It looks like Kate could be about to give birth. Police with sniffer dogs have been spotted outside St Mary's Hospital fueling speculation that the Duchess of Cambridge is about to be admitted. Photographers and members of the public who have been waiting patiently outside the hospital for a number

Watch Live: Senate Homeland Security Hearing

The Senate Judiciary Committee holds a hearing on oversight of the Department of Homeland Security. Secretary Jeh Johnson testifies.

Vatican, U.N. Team Up to Take on Climate Change Skeptics

The Vatican and the United Nations teamed up to warn the world of the effects of climate change on Tuesday, coming down firmly against skeptics.

Iranian Forces Seize Cargo Ship: U.S. Officials

Forces from the Iranian Revolutionary Guard boarded the ship in international waters and may be taking it to an Iranian port, the officials said.

Greece Looking for Bulgarian Girl that Disappeared in Athens

A European alert has been issued to locate Ani Borisova, a 4-year-old girl who went missing in Athens on April 21, Bulgarian and Greek media outlets say.Bulgarian public broadcaster reported that the girl's life might be in danger, according to Greek authorities cited by local news websites.Ani is d