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Pete Domenici was among those who tried to get Bill Clinton impeached in 1999 - he admitted this week that he sired a child with the daughter of a colleague

I've got a love child, admits senator Pete Domenici who tried to get Bill Clinton impeached

A Republican stalwart, now 80, has owned up to a 1970s liaison with the daughter of a colleague

Video: Aftermath of Las Vegas shootout

Three people have been killed and at least three others injured in a dramatic 'rolling' gun battle in Las Vegas.

The manhunt for Dorner has entered a fifth day today

LAPD officer still on the run after promising 'warfare'

The chief of the Los Angeles Police Department said he would order an investigation into the sacking in 2008 of Christopher Dorner, a fugitive former officer suspected of three killings in southern California.

Simon Calder's Holiday Helpdesk: Is Las Vegas suitable for our two adult kids?

Q We have two adult kids (23 and 19) and are thinking of visiting Las Vegas. Because of US licensing laws our 19-year-old cannot go to most of the venues we had hoped to visit and many of the alternatives suggested seem more appropriate for younger teenagers. Should we forget Vegas until he is older?

Keith Bradley-Adams, Swansea

Prince Harry has used his time in Afghanistan to attempt to cultivate a different image

Harry's game: the prince and the PR mission

Forget Las Vegas: The third in line to the throne used his Afghan tour to cultivate a very different image. Emily Dugan reports on a royal rebrand

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Barry Manilow cancels Broadway shows suffering from bronchitis

Singer Barry Manilow on cancelled the opening night and three other performances of his Broadway comeback run after coming down with bronchitis, according to Manilow's website.

Further frustration for airline passengers as snow plays havoc with flight schedules

At least 158 flights to and from Heathrow have been cancelled

The circus company’s new show Kooza was criticised as being ‘soulless’

Is the sun going down on Cirque du Soleil?

Its new London show received sceptical reviews, and now Cirque du Soleil faces questions about its future - after announcing plans to axe 400 jobs to cover spiralling costs.

'The screen makes you feel you’re simply looking through a window': the Sony X9000A 4K TV

Introducing the Sony X9000A 4K 65in TV

David Phelan goggles at Sony’s new box

Nasa may lease 'space tents'

A low-cost space dwelling that inflates like a balloon in orbit will be tested aboard the International Space Station. It may lead to Nasa leasing similar modules for its astronauts commercially.

Technology: Foolproof phones are making a splash

I am a phone loser. I have said it loud and not-so-proud on these pages before. Seven handsets have slipped through my fingers – I swear they're like eels – this past two years alone. Lost, smashed, stolen, left unattended on an bus... the list goes on.

Hapifork, a “smart” cutlery item that tracks how often you put fork to face and vibrates if you’re eating too quickly

The fork of the future: a gadget for greedy guzzlers

Can the answer to the obesity crisis be found in the cutlery drawer? The first intimation that it might came, of all places, from Sir Alan Sugar, who titled a chapter "The Tiny Fork Diet" in his 2011 book The Way I see It. It gathered pace thanks to a French book, published last year, called Dîne Avec Une Fourchette: the idea of both being that if you only eat food with a fork, and prepared with a fork, you forgo the fattening, slippery delights of yoghurt, ice cream, butter et al (see forkitdiet.com for a wider array of things that aren't allowed to tickle your tines).

Take Me Out contestants evicted from mansion after raucous party

They're single, and ready to mingle.

Missouri man 'drew gun after Sandy Hook argument'

A man in Missouri faces assault charges for allegedly drawing a weapon outside a barber shop and shooting at another customer after an argument about the Sandy Hook massacre.

Fossils of sabre-tooth cat found in Nevada

Researchers say a pair of fossils unearthed in the hills north of Las Vegas belonged to a sabre-toothed cat.

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Isis is an hour from Baghdad, the Iraq army has little chance against it, and air strikes won't help

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