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Deaths as train derails on highway bridge and hits cars in Washington state
A number of people have died after a train derailed while crossing a highway bridge in Washington state.
PM outlines wish to sign trade deals during Brexit transition
Theresa May will tell MPs the UK will look to sign trade deals with non-EU countries and prepare new immigration controls during a transitional deal with Brussels.
Putin thanks Trump for helping to foil terror attack plot
President Putin has thanked Donald Trump for the US's help in foiling a plot to attack the city of Saint Petersburg.
Brexit plans will not be derailed, insists Theresa May
The Prime Minister has claimed her Government is "proving the doubters wrong" after securing a deal in the first phase of Brexit negotiations.
Ryanair pilots suspend pre-Christmas strike after O'Leary union offer
Ryanair's Ireland-based pilots have suspended a strike planned for Wednesday after the airline signalled a climbdown over union recognition.
Grenfell: Fears Government could drag heels over Hackitt review recommendations
A leading manufacturer of building cladding systems says he fears the Government will drag its heels over recommendations from the Hackitt review of fire safety launched after the Grenfell tragedy.
New England 27-24 Pittsburgh: Patriots clinch AFC West division with dramatic win
Ben Roethlisberger was intercepted in the endzone with five seconds left as the New England Patriots rallied to beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-24 in a thrilling finish to their Sunday night match-up.
Adrian Newey reflects on Ayrton Senna loss and an internal struggle
Adrian Newey has opened up on the emotional turmoil following the death of Ayrton Senna in one of his cars, with the design legend admitting he considered quitting Formula 1.
Labour confusion over second EU referendum as Remain support grows
Labour frontbenchers have sparked fresh confusion over the party's Brexit position by offering contrasting views on whether they could back a second EU referendum.
Facebook 'Take a Break' lets you erase your ex
Facebook is introducing a "Take a Break" feature which will let users erase their ex and avoid being reminded of them after a break-up.
Call to scrap 490 tons of plastic wrap on supermarket cucumbers
A member of the House of Lords is calling on the Government to force supermarkets to scrap "unnecessary" plastic wrapping on vegetables, specifically cucumbers.
Joe Root admits England have been outplayed by Australia in Ashes series
Joe Root admitted Australia have "outplayed" his side in all three Tests after England surrendered the Ashes with an innings defeat in Perth.
Take a look at world's smallest Christmas card
Scientists in the UK have unveiled the world's smallest Christmas card.
Unidentified space object not alien ship, say scientists after first scans
A mysterious cigar-shaped object in space is not an alien craft, according to initial scans carried out by scientists.
Quantico star Priyanka Chopra could be Meghan Markle's bridesmaid
A Bollywood actress who apparently never reads her emails could be one of the bridesmaids to accompany Meghan Markle when she weds next May.