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  1. Breaking News: FBI opens new Clinton email investigation
    Hillary Clinton attack Trump over Russian espionage

    The Clinton campaign says the timing of the probe is "extraordinary", as Donald Trump describes it as "bigger than Watergate".

  2. Hillary Clinton speaks at a voter registration event in North Carolina
    Breaking News: Hillary Clinton emails: How scandal unfolded

    The controversy is back to haunt the Democratic candidate's campaign, with just 11 days to go until the election.

  3. Lily Allen has suffered a backlash for making public her political views
    Lily Allen told to 'find an immigrant' by cabbie

    The singer says she had a "glimpse of what it feels like to be discriminated against" after being shunned by a London cab driver.

  4. Former IS fighter talks to Sky News
    Ex-fighter says IS killing women and children

    Abu Ahmed tells Sky News he had been given orders to shoot to kill people escaping from areas controlled by Islamic State.

  1. Islamic State fighters attack the town of Rutba. Pix from Amaq news agency
    Mosul: IS kills 232 and abducts 8,000 families

    Soldiers and civilians have been killed, as families are brought into the city to be used as human shields.

  2. The Times
    Saturday's national newspaper front pages

    Sky News takes a look at the stories making a splash on the front pages of Saturday's national newspapers.

  3. Uber insists its 40,000 drivers are 'partners'
    Drivers win landmark tribunal case against Uber

    The "groundbreaking" ruling could have implications for thousands of people who work for companies with similar business models.

  4. Police have launched a criminal investigation following the fire
    Dad found injured after children die in 'arson'

    Police say a "forensic post-mortem" will be carried out, and they are not looking for anyone else in connection with the fire.

  5. The note on the National Lottery app
    Lottery suspends apps after software glitch

    Players have been advised to manually check their results after a software upgrade was blamed for wrong "non-winning" messages.

  6. Stephen Port
    Alleged killer 'wrote suicide note for victim'

    Giving evidence at the Old Bailey, the 41-year-old says one of the men he is charged with murdering dictated the letter to him.

  7. Marmite, the traditional British vegetable paste
    'Marmite-gate' returns: Morrisons hikes price

    The retailer is caving in to price pressure whether you like it or not, prompting fears the rise will spread to other retailers.

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  1. Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence was one of the victims
    Hacker jailed for stealing nude celebrity photos

    Ryan Collins stole private photographs of stars including Jennifer Lawrence and singer Rihanna.

  2. Ian Millard has been disbarred by the Bar Council
    Barrister disbarred for anti-Jewish tweets

    Former government ministers Michael Gove and Grant Shapps were attacked in the postings, some of which featured Nazi images.

  3. A sign at a Nissan car dealership. File picture
    Labour calls for clarity on Nissan Brexit 'deal'

    Downing Street insists there was no "sweetheart deal" for compensation, but Labour says the "basic terms" need to be revealed.

  4. Family find snake in new car as they drive along motorway
    Couple pull over to find 5ft snake in new car

    The couple's pet dog alerts them to the discovery after the snake wrapped itself around one of the animal's legs.

  5. Tony Blair has not refused to rule out a return to frontline politics
    Blair urges Remainers to 'mobilise' against Brexit

    The ex-PM urges Remain voters to "prise apart the alliance which gave us Brexit", declaring: "We're the insurgents now."

  6. The balloon crashed into rocks. Pic Hartbeespoort Emergency Rescue Unit
    British mum dies in 'freak' air balloon crash

    Mother-of-two Susan Astle suffered severe head injuries when she was thrown from the basket of the balloon as it hit some rocks.

  7. A bottle of Johnson & Johnson baby powder
    Woman wins £58m in baby powder cancer claim

    A number of women have filed lawsuits in the US but the company insists its talc is safe.

  8. Animators used the same techniques of Van Gogh himself
    World's first painted film debuts in London

    "We have definitely, without a doubt invented the slowest way of film making ever devised in 120 years," the director said.