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Lavrov: US indictments against Russians 'jut blabber'
Russia has dismissed the indictments of 13 of its citizens in the US for allegedly interfering in last year's American presidential election as "blabber".
Uber in UK safety drive as it battles to secure future
Uber has moved to bolster its image through a series of measures to "enhance" passenger safety in the UK.
Home-ownership has 'collapsed' among middle earners - IFS
Wage growth failing to keep pace with house prices is being blamed for a "collapse" in home-ownership levels among young adults.
Islamic State's former 'Prince of Police' in Raqqa warns terrorists planning new attacks
The man in front of us looked a very unlikely "Prince of Police" for the extremists known as Islamic State, but that is exactly who he said he was - and he had video to prove it.
Florida school shooting: FBI boss faces calls to resign over missed warning
The FBI's director is facing calls to resign over its failure to investigate a warning about Florida gunman Nikolas Cruz, six weeks before the school massacre in which 17 people were killed.
Lizzy Yarnold claims skeleton gold for Team GB at Winter Olympics with Laura Deas taking bronze
Lizzy Yarnold defended her Winter Olympic skeleton title in sensational fashion with a track record on her final run in Pyeongchang.
UKIP members vote to sack leader Henry Bolton
UKIP leader Henry Bolton has been sacked after losing a no confidence motion at an extraordinary general meeting of party members.
Saoirse Ronan: 'Bafta blackout gives sense of purpose'
Saoirse Ronan is no stranger to red carpets.
Groves vs Eubank Jr: George Groves faces Chris Eubank Jr tonight and our panel of experts pick a winner
George Groves and Chris Eubank Jr will soon end any argument about the outcome, but our panel of experts have tried to pick a winner from Saturday's big domestic fight.
Thirteen Russians and 'troll factory' charged with US election interference
Charges have been filed against 13 employees of a Russian troll factory which is accused of attempting to interfere with the 2016 presidential election.
Elise Christie and Charlotte Gilmartin crash out of women's 1,500m short track speed skating
Elise Christie has avoided breaking any bones after crashing on the final bend of her 1,500m short track speed skating semi-final at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.
Pyeongchang Winter Olympics: Lizzy Yarnold wins Team GB's first gold medal
Lizzy Yarnold has won a gold medal in the women's skeleton at the Winter Olympics.
Ireland enjoying strong technology investment
Investment in Irish technology companies had its second strongest performance in more than a decade last year - as the presence of multi-national companies continues to transform the capital.
Trump praises Florida emergency services as he visits mass shooting survivors
Donald Trump has praised emergency services for their "incredible" work after visiting some of those wounded in the mass school shooting in Florida.
Cruise from hell as dozens of passengers fight
As many as 30 people have been injured in a fight on a cruise ship after days of skirmishes turned into a full-on brawl.
City watchdog hands full report on RBS turnaround unit to MPs
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has handed MPs the full version of its report into the treatment of customers placed in RBS' controversial Global Restructuring Group (GRG).
Angela Merkel boosts Theresa May's hopes of a bespoke Brexit deal
Theresa May's hopes of securing her preferred kind of Brexit deal have been given a boost by Angela Merkel.
'Rising prices' hit January retail sales - ONS
Retail sales barely rose in January as consumers tightened their belts after Christmas - splashing out on gym wear at the expense of food.