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An apparently deliberate slowdown in arrests and ticketing by New York City police raises questions about previously overzealous law enforcement.
We look back at some of Steven Gerrard's best Premier League goals following news that he will leave Liverpool at the end of the season.
A suspected drugs death in Telford could be linked to a dangerous batch of ecstasy feared responsible for the deaths of three men in Suffolk.
The US imposes new sanctions on North Korea in response to a major cyber-attack against Sony Pictures.
A Llandudno hotel, believed to be the last in Wales and England to cater exclusively for blind guests, will close on Monday due to a lack of business.
Stoke City defender Robert Huth is being investigated by the Football Association over interactions on Twitter.
Steven Gerrard is set to leave Liverpool, but where does former Reds defender Mark Lawrenson rank him in the list of all-time Anfield greats?
The Sri Lankan president, Mahinda Rajapakse, urges Tamils to back him in upcoming elections, calling himself the "known devil".
A senior nurse admits claiming £17,000 in bogus shifts and taking a £500 hospital donation from an elderly patient.
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard will leave the club when his contract expires at the end of the season.
A British couple whose baby was born prematurely during a trip to the USA say they expect to be stranded there for three months.
A company owned by former Rangers director Dave King buys nearly 15% of shares in the troubled Glasgow club.
Paul Coleman from the Weekend Wanderers Detecting Club explains how he discovered more than 5,000 coins buried inside a lead bucket two feet under a field near Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire.
A Kenyan student is sentenced to a year in jail for insulting President Uhuru Kenyatta on social media.
England left-back Demi Stokes leaves South Florida Bulls to join Manchester City Women on a three-year contract.
Shawn DuBravac, chief economist of the Consumer Electronics Association, says new gadgets that digitise the world are set to change the way we live.
The woman who inspired Britpop band Pulp's 1995 hit song Disco 2000 dies shortly after being appointed an MBE.
Swedish anti-racism campaigners rally in central Stockholm after three arson attacks on mosques in just a week.
French company Cityzen Sciences has developed a smart t-shirt, that measures statistics like your heart rate.
The Keecker robot is designed to navigate around the home, projecting videos and digital wallpaper on its travels.