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The CBBC has come under fire on Twitter in response to a section of one of its audience guides entitled ‘Girls are girls and boys are boys’.

US Marines killed in training ground accident at base in San Diego

Four US Marines have been killed in an accident on a training ground at the Camp Pendleton base near San Diego, California.

Dr Conrad Murray, Michael Jackson's physician, 'wept' upon hearing the verdict

Michael Jackson's doctor, Conrad Murray, wept with relief after promoter verdict

Conrad Murray, the doctor convicted of voluntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson, has said he wept when he heard the verdict in the singer’s wrongful death trial which declared him fit to have served as the singer’s personal physician.

Incorrectly captioned Robin van Persie with Usain Bolt

Soccerball go! NBC’s $250m Premier League package kicks off with familiar line-up

US network recruits English pundits for expertise but still manages an own goal

Ariel Castro faces 977 counts, including kidnapping and rape

Castro gets life plus 1,000 years as he cuts deal to avoid the chair

Victims ‘relieved’ after Cleveland kidnapper pleads guilty to 937 charges against him

Father reveals: NSA whisteblower Edward Snowden could return to US

The father of the former National Security Agency Contractor Edward Snowden, who is believed to be hiding in the transit area of a Russian airport, has expressed his confidence that his son would return to the US under certain conditions.

Dust cloud rises as people run from the scene of a building collapse on the edge of downtown Philadelphia

Philadelphia building collapses: Six killed and 13 injured

Six people have been killed in a building collapse in Philadelphia.

Boris Johnson's encounter with the zip wire ahead of London 2012

Should've kept it zipped? Boris Johnson admits bumbling self-deprecation is a 'cunning device'

Boris Johnson has gone on record to say that his bumbling self-deprecatory persona is a “cunning device” he uses to get people to trust him.

Changing of the guard: late-night hosts Jay Leno and Jimmy Fallon

Jimmy Fallon to replace Jay Leno as Tonight show host after 22-year stint

The landscape of America’s late-night television is about to shift, after Jay Leno, host of NBC’s Tonight show for 22 years, confirmed he would depart in spring 2014, to be replaced by the more youthful Jimmy Fallon.

Newtown’s fury at pro-gun phone calls from the NRA following Sandy Hook massacre

Residents of Newtown, the quiet Connecticut community rocked by the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in December, have expressed outrage after receiving automated phone messages from America’s leading pro-gun group, the National Rifle Association, imploring them to lobby local lawmakers against supporting new gun control legislation.

Nik Wallenda crossing Niagara Falls on a wire in 2012

Niagara Falls daredevil plans to cross Grand Canyon without a harness

Seventh-generation acrobat says it's "exciting" that there will be no safety precautions in place

Comcast unveils $16.7bn deal to take over NBC Universal

The American media and TV giant Comcast has announced plans to take full ownership of NBC Universal, picking up General Electric's entire 49 per cent stake in the business for $16.7bn.

BSkyB buoyant after subscription price rises boost profits

Subscription-price increases and a modest rise in customer numbers helped satellite broadcaster BSkyB report a strong rise in first-half profits.

Barack Obama speaks at the White House last night flanked by a group of ‘middle-class Americans’

US poised to head over 'fiscal cliff' but deal on taxes 'in sight' says Obama

Eleventh-hour wrangling with Republicans to secure budget deal and avoid fiscal calamity

'Time for the President to stand up and lead … this should be his number one agenda'

As President Obama prepared to speak at a vigil in Newtown last night, there were growing calls for him to make good on his promise of "meaningful action" on gun control.

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