Leicester Citys 0-0 away draw against FC Copenhagen takes them ever closer to the last 16 of the Champions League It was one of those nights when the Champions League music played loud and clear but no one danced to the tune. The entertainment on the pitch did nothing to warm the hearts of the
The woman known as Jane Doe pulled out of a Los Angeles press conference where she was expected to reveal her identity, citing death threats A woman who is suing filed a lawsuit in April which was dismissed for technical filing errors. She filed fresh lawsuits in June in New York and California. The allegations
Calls for pair, aged 16 and 17, to be released following their detention in Marrakech last week after allegedly kissing and hugging Authorities in
Nirary Dachos determination to help fellow refugees find work in Australia inspired the launch of Refugee Talent Just 14 months ago Nirary Dacho was a penniless refugee, landing at Sydney airport with a dream of being able to continue his career as an IT analyst in a country where he would be safe from Isis.
Stunning aerial photos capture the extraordinary colours and painterly flows of Kati Thanda in central Australia Read more: https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/gallery/2016/nov/03/lake-eyre-from-the-air-in-pictures
Got a minute? Trump talks of plucking Democratic fruit Clinton admits tightening race… polling turbulence and everything else today on the campaign trail. By Tom McCarthy Read more: https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/live/2016/nov/01/trump-pursues-blue-state-dream
At the heart of the app is the belief that mass surveillance makes the world a better, fairer place through the question: can injustice survive transparency? Its quite hard to tell whether the Vigilante app is a functioning business or a teaser for a new episode of dystopian sci-fi series Medium post announcing the apps
Investigators hired by Alfa Bank say server logs show no sign of secretive contact after online report sparks debate between internet security experts A US cybersecurity firm hired by a Russian bank to investigate allegations of a secret line of communication with the Trump Organization said on Tuesday there was no evidence so far of
The Indians lead 3-2 and they can clinch a first World Series since 1948 in Game 6 at Progressive Field. Follow all the action live with Hunter Felt Read more: https://www.theguardian.com/sport/live/2016/nov/01/world-series-2016-game-6-chicago-cubs-cleveland-indians-live
Tennessee family blames an exploding battery a common occurrence that has led to a mass recall for setting their million-dollar home on fire It has been nearly a year since the self-balancing scooters known as hoverboards were setting sales charts on fire, but the resulting litigation (from the resulting real-world fires) is just getting started.