Trump signals he won’t press human rights ahead of key diplomatic week

(CNN)President Donald Trump will come face-to-face with the leaders of two nations accused of grave human rights abuses in a spate of high-level talks with foreign counterparts this week. It will be the first in-person opportunity for the new US leader to confront those issues as commander-in-chief. Initial signs, however, indicate Trump will say little […]

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The destruction of Hillary Clinton: sexism, Sanders, and the millennial feminists | Susan Bordo

In this extract from her book, Susan Bordo asks how the most qualified candidate ever to run for president lost the seemingly unloseable election Many books have been written about the way racial differences among feminists both divided and pushed feminist thinking and practice forward over the past several decades. In the 2016 election, however, […]

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Age is just a number: Doris Day turns 95 two years earlier than planned

Pillow Talk star had thought her 93rd birthday was imminent but record emerges showing she was born in 1922, not 1924 Doris Day turns 95 on Monday something that came as a surprise even to her, as she had until this weekend believed herself to be about to turn 93. The former film star has […]

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Four-stroke penalty reported by TV viewer ruins Lexi Thompson’s major bid

Thompson led by three strokes with six holes left when informed of penalty, which was prompted when a TV viewer emailed over incorrect ball placement Lexi Thompson received a four-stroke penalty with six holes to play in the final round of the first womens major of the year for making an incorrect ball placement one […]

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Medieval villagers mutilated the dead to stop them rising, study finds

Archaeological research may represent first scientific evidence of English practices attempting to protect the living from the dead A study by archaeologists has revealed certain people in medieval Yorkshire were so afraid of the dead they chopped, smashed and burned their skeletons to make sure they stayed in their graves. The research published by Historic […]

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Ecuador presidential election: conflicting exit polls signal tight finish

Ruling partys Lenin Moreno and rightwing Guillermo Lasso appear to be neck and neck, with fate of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on the line Ecuador looked set for a tense presidential vote count on Sunday night as exit polls gave conflicting forecasts of a closely fought election that could decide the fate of WikiLeaks founder […]

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South Carolina women run away from Mississippi State for first national title

Aja Wilsons 23 points lift South Carolina to 67-55 win over Mississippi State and programs first national championship Dawn Staley finally could raise an NCAA championship trophy. Aja Wilson scored 23 points to help coach Staley and SouthCarolinawin their first national championship with a 67-55 victory overMississippiState on Sunday night. Staley made the Final Four […]

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Stellar Daisy: search for crew of huge cargo ship feared sunk in Atlantic Ocean

Only two out of 24 crew rescued after bulk carrier, which is roughly the same size as 100 tennis courts, disappears carrying iron ore from Brazil to China A South Korean cargo vessel is missing after making its last contact in the South Atlantic about 2,500km (1,500 miles) from shore and 22 crew members are […]

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Swexit? Swedish politician says his country will be next to ditch European Union

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Mourners gather for funeral of black victim of sword slaying

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