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Frank Williams, Dominant Formula One Manager, Is Dead at 79
He overcame frequent adversity, including a near-fatal car accident, to become one of the most successful figures in motor sports history.
Trial begins for ex-officer Kim Potter, who fatally shot Daunte Wright
Kim Potter, the 49-year-old former police officer accused of manslaughter in the death of 20-year-old Daunte Wright.
Aliyah Thomas: Mother admits to killing five-year-old daughter at London family home
Officers rushed to the home in Leyborne Avenue, Ealing, west London, shortly before 1pm, but Aliyah could not be saved.
Supes to approve $2.5 million settlement to Keita O'Neil's mother
The Board of Supervisors will decide today whether to approve a $2.5 million settlement to Judy O'Neil, the mother of Keita O'Neil, an unarmed carjacking suspect who was shot and killed by a police officer in 2017.
'Closing schools risks putting some pupils in greater danger at home'
Closing schools again because of coronavirus could risk some children being left in greater danger at home, Ofsted's chief inspector has warned following the murder of six-year-old Arthur Labinjo-Hughes
Warnings ignored in broken system, say grandparents of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes
Warnings about the treatment of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes were ignored and something in the system responsible for ensuring his safety is broken, his grandparents have said.
'Throw away the key' of couple behind Arthur Labinjo-Hughes's death, MPs hear
The couple responsible for Arthur Labinjo-Hughes's murder should have their prison cell keys thrown away, MPs heard, as the Government pledged to help reveal what went wrong.
Man with long history of violence against women stabbed his girlfriend to death
A serial abuser of women who fatally stabbed his girlfriend in the neck has been jailed for at least 23 years.
Man who killed ex-girlfriend admits attempted murder of second person
A man who previously admitted killing his ex-girlfriend at her home before dumping her body in a river has pleaded guilty to attempting to murder another person.
Navy rape survivor backs civilian court trials for serious offences
By Becky Morton BBC News
The woman - "Servicewoman A" - said this would protect service personnel "from the appalling consequences" of reporting rape within their unit.