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Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson, plus Jason Day and Rickie Fowler are among the high-profile pairings to miss the cut at the New Orleans Classic.
The prime minister is to speak at a rally during her first election campaign trip to Scotland.
An exhibition of Picasso's art has opened in the Gagosian museum in London, curated by a close friend.
Surgeon Ian Paterson was convicted of intentionally wounding patients with unnecessary operations.
Hundreds of other items belonging to the late US actor go under the hammer in Los Angeles.
Sgt Alexander Blackman praises his wife for her role in his release from jail after a Taliban killing.
Buses were set on fire as a general strike turned ugly.
The EU official says Brexit talks must first focus on "people, money and Ireland" ahead of a summit.
Breakin' Convention brings together the world's finest at Sadler's Wells Video Journalist: Alex Stanger. Producer: Claudia Redmond
The US president tells National Rifle Association members he is on their team.
A 'broken' housing market needs a bigger contribution from smaller building firms, MPs say.
There is a stark difference between a strong leader and a strong leadership, says Archie Brown.
A father and son's experiences of starting out on the housing ladder
Buses and cars are set alight at the end of a day of protests against proposed pension reforms.
Parents of disabled children are often positive about the situation - but one mother says her children's autism has left her with "dark thoughts".
Elon Musk talks about networks of tunnel roads, autonomous driving, space travel and his pet snail Gary.
Nicola Hebson "recycles" road kill and says she likes the idea of the animals being "reborn" into art.
'The Hong Kong we know isn't dying. It's already dead,' says one young Hong Konger contemplating her future.
One of the high-society Mitford sisters, Unity, caused a scandal thanks to her relationship with Adolf Hitler. So how did she end up in a Warwickshire vicarage?
Three vloggers are speaking directly to their mental illnesses.