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An emotional President Barack Obama said tonight “There is not a parent in America who does not feel the same overwhelming grief as I do” after 26 people, including 20 children, were killed in a mass shooting at an elementary school in Connecticut.

Police release more details of bow and arrow grisly murder-suicide in Wyoming

Police released more details of a grisly murder-suicide at a Wyoming community college, saying a man shot his father in the head with a bow and arrow in front of a computer science class not long after fatally stabbing his father's live-in girlfriend at their home a couple of miles away.

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Tommy Godwin: Cyclist who won two Olympic medals

Tommy Godwin, who died in Solihull on 3 November, two days before his 92nd birthday, was a cyclist who won two Olympic medals for Britain. He went on to be heavily involved in the sport throughout his life.

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Damaged cities get ready for election

Five days after Superstorm Sandy struck America's east coast, an extraordinary joint effort by federal and state organisations and private industry was straining to get the region back into a fit condition to hold an election.

Abu Hamza faces Manhattan court over terror charges

Abu Hamza was in custody in New York today awaiting trial on charges of bombing two United States embassies in Africa.

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Why Mrs Mitt Romney can't bridge the gender gap

She was brought in to appeal to women, but Ann Romney's homely appeal has failed to alter the balance

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Connecticut man shoots dead his own son after mistaking him for a burglar

A man shot and killed a masked teenager outside his next door neighbour's home after interrupting what appeared to be a burglary, to find out later that it was his son.

Now hear this! Your guide to the summer's very best audiobooks

It's an enjoyable marathon for Sue Gaisford as she spends 96 hours listening to the season's finest literary CD releases

US Episcopal Church becomes largest religious group to approve blessing of gay unions

The US Episcopal Church yesterday approved a liturgy for clergy to use in blessing same-sex unions, including gay marriages in states where they are legal, becoming the largest US religious denomination to approve such a ritual.

The Big Six: New England retreats

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Mountain lions make a comeback in US

Mountain lions, or cougars, are making a big comeback in the US after a century of decline, say conservationists.

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Check in for a modern twist on the haunted hotel chiller, and enjoy some creepy, classy thrills

Romney within reach of victory

Mitt Romney's expected wins in five US states that held primary votes last night will earn him scores of delegates on his way to becoming the Republican presidential nominee and allow him to concentrate on a campaign against Barack Obama.

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The late Manning Marable wins history Pulitzer prize

The late Manning Marable won the Pulitzer Prize for history yesterday, honoured for a Malcolm X book he worked on for decades but did not live to see published.

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