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British number one Johanna Konta registers a straight-set win over Gabriela Dabrowski to reach the round of 16 at the Pan Pacific Open.
Questions and clear responses to the big questions about the UK's departure from the UK.
Authorities are already investigating the "evil" sabotage of strawberries in every state.
England international Sam Burgess is "happy for the truth to be found" following allegations his social media account was used to send lewd pictures to a woman in May.
The director gave an acceptance speech with a difference at the awards ceremony in LA.
Albert Dryden, who shot a council officer in front of TV cameras, was freed in 2017 after a stroke.
Jade Owen was able to travel to America to have surgery after an anonymous donation of £37,000.
Unified world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua says he will not be "drained" by criticism and has called on the public to support him as a "person" rather than a boxer.
Your morning briefing for 18 September 2018.
Watch as Benfica thrash Ponte de Frielas 28-0 as they made their debut in the second division of the Portuguese women's league.
An aircraft with 14 people on board has disappeared from radar screens, Russia's defence ministry says.
More than 400 businesses and industry bodies contributed to the Migration Advisory Committee report.
The first private passenger to fly around the Moon with SpaceX will be a Japanese billionaire.
The leaders are meeting in Pyongyang, with pressure on North Korea to commit to denuclearisation.
UK engineers finish building a satellite that will carry cameras closer to the Sun than ever before.
Glossy prospectuses and slick open evenings, but what should I look for when visiting secondary schools?
With six months to go until Brexit, opinions on the subject remain sharply divided.
South Korea's Moon Jae-in, making a high-pressure trip to the North, faces a series of challenges.
Dr Richard Shepherd has examined evidence from 9/11 and 7/7 terror attacks, and the death of Stephen Lawrence.
Live ammunition - such as hand grenades - has been found at the bottom of rivers and canals.