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Former Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards finally came forward today to admit that he fathered a child with a woman that he hired before his second White House bid.

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American Football: Henry dies after pick-up truck fall

The Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chris Henry has died in hospital from injuries suffered earlier this week in a fall from a pick-up truck.

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Case against Ohio bodies suspect expands overseas

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Briton denies 'child slaves' charges

A British woman has pleaded not guilty to keeping three children as slaves in her US home.

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CIA 'put out contracts on al-Qa'ida chiefs'

The controversial Blackwater private security firm was secretly hired by the CIA in 2004 to help with the agency’s dirty work of attempting to assassinate leading members of al-Qa’ida, two American newspapers reported today.

Ex-Senator Edwards 'set to confess to fathering love-child'

One-time presidential hopeful said to be readying statement after DNA tests

Great Britain is Bingham's finishing line

The US-based runner pledged his allegiance to Team GB with a 400m win at the weekend. Simon Turnbull hears how hopes of a home run in 2012 draw the athlete back to his roots

Madoff 'to be transferred to North Carolina jail'

Bernard Madoff, facing 150 years in jail for perpetrating history's largest fraud, was last night in transit from New York to the place that he will most likely call home for the rest of his life: a prison 400 miles away.

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