David Cameron and Barack Obama in London in May last year

Obama and Cameron to present united front

Barack Obama and David Cameron today evoke the wartime partnership of Churchill and Roosevelt as they promise to stand shoulder-to-shoulder in tackling the turbulence in world trouble-spots and the global economic crisis.

Luke Freeman, of Stevenage, runs at Spurs’ Jake Livermore and Kyle Walker yesterday

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A federal appeals court has declared California's same-sex marriage ban to be unconstitutional, putting the bitterly contested, voter-approved law on track for likely consideration by the US Supreme Court.

Islamists' election success could deepen Kuwait's political crisis

Kuwait's Islamist-led opposition took control of the Gulf state's parliament yesterday, making sweeping gains in a snap election on the back of a wave of public anger over corruption and political deadlock.

More jobs and a record year at McDonald's

McDonald's said market share gains helped it deliver a record year in the UK, as the fast-food giant unveiled "at least" 2,500 new jobs this year on these shores.

Has Tories' independent-minded MP put the party off open primaries?

It was supposed to be one of the Coalition's landmark ideas for admitting ordinary voters to the often closed world of party politics.

Bradley Manning arrives for the hearing at Fort Meade yesterday

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A military hearing into the case of Bradley Manning – the soldier accused of passing American secrets to WikiLeaks – heard new details yesterday of the failure by his supervisors properly to note signs of emotional instability and revise his security clearance or even block his deployment in the first place.

Bradley Manning arrives for the hearing at Fort Meade yesterday

Manning's instability 'was not picked up by military'

A military hearing into the case of Bradley Manning, the soldier accused of passing American secrets to WikiLeaks, heard new details yesterday of the failure by his supervisors to note signs of emotional instability and revise his security clearance or even block his deployment.

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One in five American women 'has been raped'

More than one in five women questioned for a US survey reported having been raped. Nearly a third of all women said they had experienced episodes of sexual assault, physical violence or stalking at the hands of an intimate partner.

US officials including Defence Secretary Leon Panetta watch the flag-lowering ceremony at a base near Baghdad

Will Iraq's 1.3 million refugees ever be able to go home?

As US forces formally exit battle-scarred nation, attention turns to victims of war

Luke Donald on the18th green after sinking a putt for a birdie

Donald seals double and lets the tears roll

Never has a 50-footer across the final green for an eagle and a victory been so overshadowed. Like everyone who understands the vagaries and rigours of professional golf, the winner Alvaro Quiros would have appreciated why Luke Donald was commanding the spotlight. Here was history to hail.

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Donald gets emotional as he sits on top of the world

Englishman pays tribute to his father after making history by completing the Transatlantic double

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