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Speculation the rail line could be scrapped raises doubts about future projects, says construction firms.
In a segment on the channel, Fox made disparaging remarks about PoliticsJOE reporter Ava Evans.
CCTV shows the moment a worker allegedly shot at a customer’s car after an argument over missing fries.
Galatasaray's Mauro Icardi and Kerem Akturkoglu recreate Thierry Henry and Robert Pires' infamous penalty miss for Arsenal in 2005.
Development and production consents have been given to the offshore development west of Shetland.
Victor Osimhen's agent Roberto Calenda says they could take legal action against Napoli after the club mocked the striker in a video on social media.
It would involve users taking their own drugs in a hygienic environment under supervision.
Shante Daniel-Folkes' parents call for a speed cap on police cars travelling in residential areas.
Since Todd Boehly became chairman, Chelsea have spent £185m on buying players from Brighton - as well as taking seven members of their staff. Has it worked out?
BBC Sport visits Stamford Bridge to explore Chelsea's recruitment strategy, the club's unprecedented spending spree, and the ambitions of chairman Todd Boehly.
Lee Waters, the driving force behind the new 20mph law, faces a no confidence vote on Wednesday.
Ukraine is battling a colossal PTSD crisis and wants to try anything to help - including cannabis.
He is also set to be extradited to the US to face charges there once his Canada cases end.
They can return to work while they vote on whether to approve a three-year deal that offers pay rises.
The Fifa football video games are rebranded after a reported disagreement with the governing body.
Three Muslim women share their stories of removing their hijabs, despite facing fierce opposition.
They claim governments' slow action on climate change violates their human rights.
Survivors in a remote village say three children and two adults were killed, including two boys from one family.
Reaction to Labour plans to charge private schools 20% VAT and HS2 bosses' pay lead the papers.
In 1985, an Air India flight exploded mid-air, killing all 329 people on board - only one man was convicted.