The images show the impact of the "bouncing bomb" raids on German dams in May 1943.
Sarah Lowndes said she was delighted after donations funded her wedding to fiancé David Moore.
An "insatiable gambler" murdered his friend for money and then dumped his body in a suitcase.
Lewis Hamilton says he was "affected" by British teenager Billy Monger, who had to have both his legs amputated after a Formula 4 crash.
Customers panicked as rival fans hurled bottles and chairs in a planned fight at a city centre pub.
Transline was criticised by a Commons committee for giving testimony that "lacked credibility".
Billy Monger said she "gave me the will to keep fighting" after the tragic crash at Donington Park.
Kacie Barradell had the battery removed in hospital after it caused serious internal damage.
Munir Hassan Mohammed and Rowaida El-Hassan plead not guilty to planning to make a bomb or poison.
League One champions Sheffield United are set to re-sign striker Ched Evans from Chesterfield, reports BBC Radio Sheffield.
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Derby end a run of three games without a Championship win with a comfortable victory over 10-man Wolves.
Substitute Luke Varney scores his first Burton goal to confirm the club's Championship status with a draw with Barnsley.
Midfielder Jackson Irvine says Burton have defied the critics who felt the club would not survive in the Championship.
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The Tories promise to protect company pensions, while Labour pledges to improve workers' rights.
Former pensions minister Steve Webb calls for pension increases that target those most in need.
The government says district heating networks should cut bills, but some say they are beset with problems.
A 'broken' housing market needs a bigger contribution from smaller building firms, MPs say.
UK economic growth slowed by more than expected at the start of 2017 as the service sector stalled.
Customers complained on social media that payments and money transfers had not gone through.
President Trump faces a greater challenge in meeting his growth pledge after weak data.
The High Street giant prepares to join a crowded market for home delivery but could face problems.
The bank returns to profit in the first quarter of 2017 and says its cost-cutting plan is ahead of target.
Apple sued chipmaker Qualcomm in January and is now withholding payments until the row is resolved.
Amazon's new Echo Look device takes full length photos and offers advice on outfit choices.
Parliament is investigating whether UK banks have the capital means to keep going during a shock.
A group of MPs says French nuclear giant is solely responsible for a controversial $320m deal.
The bank reports a big rise in profits for the first quarter, boosted by a healthier core business.
The two tech firms have confirmed they were tricked out of $100m (£77m) in an alleged scam.
It was "morally reprehensible" not to warn customers sooner about a second recall, MPs say.
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Globalization silenced the historic looms of Calais; blue-collar voters there represent the forces powering the far right.
Nearly 300 executives have visited this year, putting C.E.O.s on par with senior lawmakers as influences on President Trump’s thinking.
An investigation by Delta found the pilot’s actions helped “de-escalate” the fight between passengers, in the latest airline episode to be recorded on video.
Millions of Americans would have the chance to cut their taxes by essentially turning themselves into small business entities.
The hacker or hackers, known as “thedarkoverlord,” demanded ransom after stealing 10 episodes of the next season of “Orange Is the New Black.”
The Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index is up about 5 percent since Mr. Trump’s inauguration, the best start for a president since the elder George Bush.
The government said gross domestic product grew at an annual rate of 0.7 percent in the first quarter, a three-year low, as consumer spending let up.
Before the machines become smart enough to replace humans, as some people fear, they need to be taught.
The call for donations to buy a sailboat for the Tate group’s departing director angered employees and highlighted concern over widening inequality in Britain.
The company said it would remain independent and would pursue its strategic plan of digital growth and new revenue opportunities.
Mr. Dodd, a former Democratic senator from Connecticut, will be succeeded in September as Hollywood’s top lobbyist by Charles H. Rivkin, a former United States ambassador.
By Tuesday, TV and movie writers could create the entertainment industry’s first major work stoppage in a decade. But differences between the business climates now and then offer hope for a deal.
White House and congressional proposals would eliminate the provision, challenging tradition and bipartisan defenders in wealthy and populous states.
An appeals court said it would delay a decision on the legality of the rule, which aims to tackle global warming by cutting emissions from coal-fired plants.
Mr. Hannity said on Twitter that someone at the network was trying to fire its co-president Bill Shine, whom he called “an innocent person.”
While many fans defended Mr. O’Reilly after his departure from Fox News, some network viewers said harassment accusations against him were worrisome.
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