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A man is injured when part of a house collapses on to several cars in the West Midlands.
The chief executive of CBS says the US TV network will 'probably' sign a deal with Apple TV.
Rick Santorum, a Christian conservative who came second in the 2012 Republican primaries for president, launched a second campaign for the White House.
Sunderland boss Dick Advocaat is to leave the club after guiding the Premier League side to safety this season.
Britain's Kyle Edmund is forced out of his French Open second-round tie against Nick Kyrgios with a stomach injury.
Liverpool's Italy striker Mario Balotelli will not be leaving the Anfield club this summer, according to his agent.
Colombia's largest rebel group says one of its peace negotiators, Jairo Martinez, was among 27 people killed in a bombing raid last week.
Researchers develop robots that adapt to damage in less than a minute, instead of the many hours needed by traditional self-learning systems.
A pensioner from south Wales is at the centre of a police hunt after vanishing during a coach holiday to the Isle of Wight.
A Kenyan court orders a private hospital to pay $48,000 (£31,000) to a woman who became pregnant despite having a contraceptive implant.
Gary Lineker says it is "nauseating" to be involved in football after seven Fifa officials are arrested on bribery charges.
A US fraternity is banned from operating for three years after Penn State University officials accused the chapter of hazing, drug use and harassment by its members.
The proposal outlined in the Queen's Speech to "modernise the law on communications data" will divide opinion - prepare for another long battle
Speaker of the House John Bercow reminds Scottish National Party MPs to respect the traditions and conventions of the chamber, and refrain from clapping.
Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker says major football federations should boycott Fifa in the wake of fresh allegations of bribery at football's governing body.
Saudi-led coalition warplanes have bombed a special forces camp in Yemen's capital, Sanaa, killing at least 36 people, officials and witnesses say.
A study of three mice that spent 91 days on the International Space Station finds abnormalities in their skin.
A large part of the southern US continues to recover from deadly floods brought on by powerful weekend storms.
Fifa executives accepted bribes to help secure the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, the US Attorney General Loretta Lynch has said.
Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein says Fifa must oust president Sepp Blatter to restore confidence in football's governing body.