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There is a strange cacophony outside the offices of i in Manhattan today. Beyond the whistling of the -10 degree wind through the ill-fitting windows, there is the non-stop beep-beep of countless construction vehicles warning Times Square pedestrians to watch out.

Mutated bird flu: the virus could be extremely infectious and deadly to humans

Too late to contain killer flu science, say experts

US government's hopes of suppressing details of controversial research may be doomed, say scientists

Relatives of other victims console Shannan Gilbert’s mother Mary

A year after the first bodies were found, Long Island still fears its serial killer

Residents sceptical as police downplay link between new-found remains and murderer

Nemesis, By Philip Roth

Books Of The Year: Guilt, duty and heroism in a playground war

Long Island murders linked to serial killer

The remains of 10 murder victims found on New York's Long Island are the work of a serial killer, police believe.

Hurricane Irene makes landfall in New Jersey

Forecasters say Hurricane Irene has hit the New Jersey coast with 75 mph (120-kph) winds.

Johnson looks like $10m man in New Jersey

A brilliant final round of six-under 65 in New Jersey yesterday put Dustin Johnson in prime position to be this year's $10 million man. The American outfought fellow countryman Matt Kuchar down the stretch to win The Barclays by two shot and rise to the top of the FedEx Cup standings.

Now England women suffer World Cup penalty agony

England 1 France 1 (aet; France win 4-3 on penalties): France into semi-final after Faye White's miss means Powell's team go familiar way of the men

Late Clarke strike gives England hope

New Zealand 1 England 2

England left to regret Aluko's missed chances

Mexico 1 England 1

Russia's got talent: Meet Emin, Moscow's answer to Michael Bublé

He's a property mogul, heir to family billions – and a pop sensation.

The Bedwetter: Stories of Courage, Redemption and Pee, By Sarah Silverman

In book form, Silverman's anecdotes fail to stand up

A Day That Shook The World: Hindenburg airship crash

On 6 May 1937, the Hindenburg airship, one of the largest flying machines ever created, suddenly caught fire as it was coming in to land in Lakehurst, New Jersey.

Man charged after woman found dead

A man has been charged with murder after a woman was found dead in a house.

Janine Pommy Vega: Beat poet and close associate of Corso, Ginsberg and Orlovsky

Janine Pommy Vega outlived many of the people with whom she was linked by association – a Who's Who of Beat writers including Gregory Corso, Allen Ginsberg, Herbert Huncke and Peter Orlovsky.

The Business On... Jon Corzine, Chief executive, MF Global

Third time lucky, let's hope

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Labour leadership: Andy Burnham urges Jeremy Corbyn voters to think again in last-minute plea

'If we lose touch we’ll end up with two decades of the Tories'

In an exclusive interview, Andy Burnham urges Jeremy Corbyn voters to think again in last-minute plea