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Jesse Leroy Matthew Jr was named in connection with the 18-year-old’s disappearance

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Promotional posters from beauty sponsor CoverGirl have been doctored by social media users

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The lapses of the agency charged with the US President’s safety are causing concern

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David Latham charged with first-degree animal cruelty and two misdemeanours

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Simone Wood and Paul Whitehouse were understood to be staying in a yacht off the coast of Mexico's Baja California region

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Dennis Rodman has confirmed he is not going to the Middle East to 'talk to with the leaders of Isis' as claimed in a recent satirical report

The basketball star was the subject of a dead-pan satire article which stated that he was on his way to the Middle East to talk Isis round

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A man with a knife had broken into the White House before he was apprehended

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Joe Biden offended Jewish communities while he was in Iowa last week when he referred to ‘Shylocks’

In a single week, he managed to deliver a triple whammy of offensive comments. US Editor David Usborne reports

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542 employees of the Nexen Energy company gather in a park in Calgary, Alberta

But the 542 Batmen were present raise money for charity United Way and break a Guinness World Record, rather than to fight crime

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An oil tanker escorted by two tugs off the coast of Alaska

The Russian aircraft had not entered North American air space

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Prosecution lawyers argued the law could criminalise paparazzi

Judges criticised what they called a 'paternalistic' intrusion

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Winds blow palm trees on the beach in Los Cabos, Mexico on Sunday

Pair named as Paul Whitehouse and Simone Wood in reports

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Intruder scaled the White House fence and ran to entrance of the presidential residence before he was stopped by security officers

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‘Genius grant’ winner Alison Bechdel; a a feminist cartoonist

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The late Venezuelan leader’s only qualification is her lineage. No wonder the people are less than impressed

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Kevin Spacey will executive-produce and star in a new series for Netflix.

A woman has been jailed for four years for stalking the actor Kevin Spacey

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