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A new dating website invites women to submit text messages from the man they're seeing and put them up to the public vote - is he serious, wavering, or just not that into you? Jezebel investigates.

A War of Choice, By Jack Fairweather

Gripping, shocking, admirably terse, this is the story of the bloody mess after the fast 2003 victory in Iraq.

Terror suspects Babar Ahmad and Syed Ahsan challenge DPP move

Terror suspects Babar Ahmad and Syed Ahsan are to challenge a decision of the top prosecutor in England and Wales not to consent to them facing private prosecutions in the UK

Mitt Romney and his wife in California; the Republican candidate is preparing for a presidential debate this week

Ann Romney: 'I'd be worried for his mental well-being'

In TV interview, candidate's wife admits her fears if he should win White House race

Davis Love III wells up with the emotions of leading the US team at the Ryder Cup

It's our Olympics – I can hardly sleep, says Captain Love

In the phoney war of words that rumbles on, the United States captain, Davis Love III, blinked first. His poker face imploded as he fought back tears when talking yesterday about what it means to him to represent the US. Europe's Jose Maria Olazabal, by contrast, has been one cool cat.

Bernanke, stick or twist?

All eyes will be on the US Federal Reserve chairman today as he decides whether the world's biggest economy needs more QE

Hamish McRae: Ryan is trying to cut US deficit but is it make-believe?

A lot happens in four years and the turning point in global long-term yields is beginning to look overdue

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Abandonedville, USA

US sprinter Manteo Mitchell ran with a broken leg

US sprinter Manteo Mitchell breaks his leg in 400m relay – but they still make the final

Athletes often speak of running through the pain barrier. But American Manteo Mitchell gave the phrase a whole new meaning yesterday when it emerged he stormed around the Olympic Stadium on a broken leg.

Hubbard's Cupboard: Coachman's huge leap for racial equality lit up London '48

The man with incredible tales from past Games
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Kindle success sees Amazon e-book sales overtake print for first time

Readers are now buying more e-books than printed editions, Britain's biggest bookseller announced yesterday. Amazon said that for every 100 physical paperbacks and hardbacks, customers had downloaded 114 titles to its Kindle e-reader.

Speakers pull out of Obiang charity bash

Bill Clinton sits on the board of directors of a US charity that has controversially decided to hold its prestigious biennial "human rights" conference on the home territory of one of Africa's most corrupt dictators.

Tigers in Red Weather, By Liza Klaussmann

A stay in Martha's Vineyard you won't forget in a hurry

Spray-on skin helps speed up healing

Spray-on skin has been tested on leg ulcer sufferers whose wounds are the slowest to heal.

9AM - Archery: Naomi Folkard of GB takes aim in the Women's individual archery at Lord's Cricket Ground

A day in the life of the Olympics

Kevin Garside ticks off the venues with a mad dash across the city, but seems to spend a dubious amount of time at the beach volleyball...

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