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Can I get pizza? Trivial reasons why people call police
Police in the Texan city of San Antonio are urging people not to call 911 for trivial reasons and only do it for emergencies.
Billy Morgan wins Great Britain's record fifth medal with bronze in snowboarding big air
Billy Morgan won bronze in the men's snowboarding big air to give Great Britain their fifth medal of the Pyeongchang Games, a record for the Winter Olympics.
EU boss Donald Tusk claims UK's Brexit plans 'based on pure illusion'
The president of the European Council has delivered a scathing assessment of the UK's Brexit position less than 24 hours after Theresa May appeared to have secured an agreement among her divided Cabinet.
UN backs ceasefire 'without delay' in Syria
The United Nations Security Council has unanimously demanded a 30-day ceasefire in Syria to allow aid to get in and medical evacuations.
IOC decides not to lift Russian ban at Winter Olympics
The International Olympic Committee has voted unanimously against lifting the ban of Russia from the Pyeongchang Winter Games.
Two people remanded over 'hit-and-run' deaths of brothers in Coventry
Two people have been remanded in custody over the deaths of two young brothers killed in a suspected hit-and-run collision in Coventry.
South Africa's ecological 'nightmare' after plastic pellets spill
South Africa is grappling with an ecological disaster after billions of tiny plastic pellets spilled into the sea when a container fell from a ship in the port of Durban.
Arsenal could be suited to playing Manchester City in Carabao Cup final, says Charlie Nicholas
Being the underdogs could be an advantage for Arsenal in Sunday's Carabao Cup final against Manchester City, says Charlie Nicholas.
RBS reports first annual profit in a decade
State-backed lender Royal Bank of Scotland has reported a profit of £752m for 2017, the first time in a decade it has been in the black.
Theresa May's Brexit talks deal brings fragile peace to warring Tories
Theresa May goes into the weekend celebrating a triumph. After eight hours of talks with her inner Brexit cabinet at Chequers, the Prime Minister emerged with a fragile peace deal and plan for Britain's future relationship with the EU.
NRA accuses high school where mass shooting occurred and police of 'failures'
America's National Rifle Association has hit out at "failures" of police and the school where 17 people died in a mass shooting as it reacted to an online boycott.
Stormzy tweets 'job done' after Grenfell Tower fire petition reaches 100,000 signatures
Stormzy has tweeted "job done" after a petition calling on Theresa May to take action to build public trust in the Grenfell Tower Inquiry reached the milestone of 100,000 signatures.
Mark Wood's England diary: The Greatest Showman, Ben Stokes' return and the Winter Olympics
Mark Wood turns film reviewer, revels in Ben Stokes’ return, talks white-ball contracts and reveals what event he’d tackle if he was a Winter Olympian…
World's most powerful tractor beam 'like a pair of robot hands'
Researchers have for the first time used a tractor beam to move a levitating object around an obstacle course.
Vicar Of Dibley and Notting Hill actress Emma Chambers dies at 53
British actress Emma Chambers, who was best known for her roles in TV comedy The Vicar Of Dibley and the movie Notting Hill, has died aged 53.
Pyeongchang 2018: Did the 'Peace Olympics' bring harmony?
Before they had even started, these Games were being described as the "Peace Olympics".
Theresa May: The UK's 'best days lie ahead of us'
Britain's best days "really do lie ahead of us", Theresa May has said in comments ahead of a key speech about Brexit.
British Gas owner Centrica to cut 4,000 jobs after 'significantly reduced profit'
British Gas owner Centrica says it will shed 4,000 jobs by 2020 following a big fall in operating profits.