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May 9, 2016 10:09 PM Conservative media downplayed on Facebook? What else is new, says conservative media

Vince Coglianese, executive editor of The Daily Caller, isn't terribly shocked to hear that Facebook might have been downplaying conservative media in its trending topics. As the editorial lead of the right-leaning website, he also doesn't seem ready to make a gigantic deal about it. "I can't say that I was completely surprised," Coglianese told Mashable 37

May 9, 2016 5:11 PM Daily consumption of red and processed meat increases all-cause of mortality

The link between daily consumption of red meat and mortality was also statistically significant, although less so than in the case of processed meat. Results differed somewhat for Americans and Europeans. Indeed, in one study, unprocessed red meat increased all-cause mortality in the American cohort, but not the European cohort. The researchers observed 36

May 9, 2016 5:23 AM Nick Kyrgios vs Salvatore Caruso, Rome Masters 2016: Where to watch live, preview, betting odds, streaming information

Nick Kyrgios takes on Salvatore Caruso in the men's singles first round clash of the Rome Masters on 9 May (Monday). Match starts at 12.30pm BST. Live coverage in the UK is on Sky Sports 3 and Sky Sports 3 HD. Click here for the live streaming link. Live scores and regular updates will be available on ATP's official website. Australian Kyrgios is looking 26

May 8, 2016 1:28 PM Labour cannot rely on 'core vote' to win elections, warns Sadiq Khan

Sadiq Khan has warned that Labour cannot rely on its "core vote" to win elections ahead of a meeting with party leader Jeremy Corbyn. The new mayor of London warned that appealing to "natural Labour voters" alone would not be enough to secure success at a general election. Mr Khan secured an overwhelming victory over Tory Zac Goldsmith following a bitter 29

May 8, 2016 11:42 AM Britain's Labour Must Broaden Appeal If It Wants Power: Sadiq Khan

London: Sadiq Khan, the newly elected mayor of London, called on Labour on Sunday to "stop talking about ourselves" and broaden its appeal in the latest criticism of the opposition party's hard-left national leader, Jeremy Corbyn. Khan, 45, was elected the first Muslim mayor of London last week, defeating a challenger from the ruling Conservatives who had attempted 38

May 7, 2016 8:32 PM Labour must be 'big tent that appeals to everyone', says London mayor Sadiq Khan

Labour can only win elections if it reaches beyond its own activists, Sadiq Khan has said in a clear message to party leader Jeremy Corbyn. The new mayor of London, who was signed in at a ceremony from which Mr Corbyn was notably absent, warned that appealing to "natural Labour voters" alone would not be enough to secure success. Mr Khan secured an overwhelming 34

May 7, 2016 5:34 PM Italian riot police injured in violent clashes with no-border protesters as EU boss Juncker warns closing Austrian-Italy controls would be a 'political catastrophe'

Hundreds of left-wing protesters clashed with Italian police at the country's Austrian border on Saturday, leaving four officers injured as they fought against the proposed closure of the border between the two countries. Italian riot police standing just 100 to 200 metres from the border responded with tear gas after a group of 50 to 80 anarchists 25 1

May 7, 2016 1:14 PM Live Commentary: Sunderland 3-2 Chelsea

Sports Mole provides live text commentary of the Premier League match between Sunderland and Chelsea at the Stadium of Light. Afternoon all! There are only a handful of games left to play in this Premier League season. The title race has already been won as Leicester City were crowned champions earlier this week, but the top four is yet to be decided 31

May 6, 2016 9:00 PM Leicester City goal hero Chandler hits another hat-trick in win against Everton

It was the season after the campaign before. Leicester City headed into the 1929-30 season having secured the highest finish in the club's history – second in the First Division. The season before, in 1928, City had finished third. In the race to be England's best club, Leicester were on the podium. The 1929-30 campaign would come as a bit of a disappointment 23

May 6, 2016 5:21 PM Man wanted over caravan park shooting hands himself into police

Charlie Broadway, 23, has been held on suspicion of murder and attempted murder following the double shooting at the Chubbards Cross caravan park, near Ilton, north of Ilminster, Somerset, shortly before 8pm on Thursday. A man in his 50s died at the scene and a second man - in his 20s - received "non life-threatening" injuries. Avon and Somerset Police 32