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  1. More than £500m ($613M) has been spent on PIP assessments for the disabled – where’s the sense in that? Tuesday 27 December 2016 12.39 GMT By Owen Jones ‘Companies get a fat cheque, courtesy of HM Taxpayer, disabled people get treated appallingly, and all for what?’ Photograph: Alamy
  2. After taking office with hopes of enacting change, the PM has failed to gain the trust of voters who see politics as a scapegoat Stephanie Kirchgaessner in Pontassieve (Florence) Saturday 3 December 2016 07.00 GMT
  3. Green party candidate has lodged a lawsuit arguing Wisconsin’s plan to allow automatic recounting ‘risks tainting the recount process’ Jon Swaine in New York Tuesday 29 November 2016 05.02 GMT
  4. New paper describes for first time how scientists can test controversial idea that speed of light is not a constant Ian Sample Science editor Monday 28 November 2016 18.54 GMT Thanks to Einstein’s theory of general relativity, the speed of light in a vacuum is considered to be one of the fundamental constants of nature. Photograph: Hulton Archive/Getty Images
  5. Apprehension and distrust pervade North Dakota protest site as promises from state that there are no plans to forcibly remove people does little to assuage fears Julia Carrie Wong and Sam Levin Tuesday 29 November 2016 12.46 GMT Police use a water cannon on Standing Rock protesters last week. Photograph: Stephanie Keith/Reuters
  6. With Republicans poised to control the White House and Congress, the National Rifle Association sees chance to attack gun laws at the state and federal levels Lois Beckett Monday 28 November 2016 12.00 GMT Donald Trump with the NRA CEO, Wayne LaPierre, who sees a unique opportunity under the incoming president. Photograph: Scott Olson/Getty Images
  7. Four officers killed as aircraft crashes in open space near City of God favela in Brazilian Olympic city Reuters in Rio de Janiero Sunday 20 November 2016 11.03 GMT
  8. Frank Field asks HMRC to look into ‘racket’ of recruitment agencies’ tax arrangements and recoup any lost revenues Simon Goodley Wednesday 16 November 2016 11.42 GMT
  9. By BENJAMIN SIEGEL Nov 13, 2016, 8:18 PM ET President-elect Donald Trump urged Americans not to be afraid of his presidency Sunday as thousands of Americans continue to demonstrate against him and his victory. “I would tell them don’t be afraid, absolutely,” Trump said in an interview with CBS News’ "60 Minutes." “Don't be afraid. We are going to bring our country back. But certainly, don't be afraid,” he continued, wondering whether there would be a “double standard” against his supporters had Hillar.y Clinton won the election. "I think it's built up by the press, because, frankly, they'll take every single little incident that they can find in this country, which could've been there before," he added about concerns from some minority groups about his victory. "I think the fears, you know, while they may be there, some fabricated, some not, are totally unfounded," his son Donald Trump Jr. said in the interview. Before the interview, Trump sent out tweets on the protests. His first message Thursday night blamed professional protesters and the media for inciting unrest. In a second message sent nearly nine hours later Friday morning, he praised the demonstrators' passion. Donald J. Trump ✔ @realDonaldTrump Love the fact that the small groups of protesters last night have passion for our great country. We will all come together and be proud! 12:14 PM - 11 Nov 2016 56,993 56,993 Retweets 219,190 Protesters began marching against Trump early Wednesday morning as Trump declared victory, and have continued throughout the week. In Portland, Oregon, protests against Trump quickly devolved into a riot, where one protestor was shot early Saturday morning. In other cities, protesters have focused on Trump-owned properties, including Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue in New York City, and the Trump International Hotel in downtown Washington, DC. Trump said he was “surprised” to hear about the hate crimes, racial slurs and threats from some of his supporters after the election, but told them to “stop it.” “I am so saddened to hear that. And I say, ‘Stop it.’ If it-- if it helps. I will say this, and I will say right to the cameras: Stop it.” Trump said he is committed to reforming Washington, despite appointing numerous lobbyists to the transition team preparing his administration. “They know the system right now, but we're going to phase that out. You have to phase it out,” he said, adding that he will only take a salary of $1 as president. He said he discussed the “tough situation” in the Middle East with President Obama in the Oval Office Thursday, and said they also discussed North Korea and Obamacare.
  10. Natural phenomenon, which is largest in 68 years, will be visible after sunset on Monday wherever you are in the world Matthew Weaver and agencies Monday 14 November 2016 15.54 GMT A supermoon rises behind a Soyuz rocket preparing for launch from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. Photograph: Yuri Kochetkov/EPA
  11. We have lost one of music’s most revered and prolific visionaries,’ says announcement of the Canadian singer’s death on his Facebook page Stephanie Convery Friday 11 November 2016 10.22 GMT
  12. Driver arrested as emergency services work to free trapped passengers after tram derailed in south London Nadia Khomami and Damien Gayle Wednesday 9 November 2016 12.49 GMT Last modified on Wednesday 9 November 2016 14.52 GMT
  13. Authorities detain Scott Michael Greene after early Wednesday shootings as Clinton campaign cancels event in Iowa city with Tim Kaine and Bill Clinton Ciara McCarthy and Nadia Khomami Wednesday 2 November 2016 11.12 GMT A police photographer takes pictures of a Des Moines police vehicle. Photograph: Brian Frank/Reuters
  14. Reports say 6.6-magnitude quake felt over wide area including Rome and Naples and as far as Croatia and Slovenia Stephanie Kirchgaessner and Angela Giuffrida in Rome Sunday 30 October 2016 14.09 GMT
  15. In emails published by WikiLeaks, staffers debate whether Hillar.y Clinton should give a speech on race and worry over use of term ‘super predator’ Associated Press in Washington Sunday 23 October 2016 14.45 BST
  16. The Last Week Tonight host ridicules Trump’s recent performances and concocts a plan to get the Republican candidate to concede Benjamin Lee Monday 24 October 2016 17.14 BST
  17. The vote of the electoral college is conclusive, legal experts say, and it’s irrelevant whether the loser concedes or not Lauren Gambino in Washington Friday 21 October 2016 12.34 BST
  18. It will take weeks to understand exactly what happened, but images from Nasa’s Reconnaissance Orbiter show Schiaparelli’s parachute and landing site Hannah Devlin Science correspondent Friday 21 October 2016 18.50 BST
  19. Video follows announcement that all Tesla cars built from now on will contain components required for self-driving Samuel Gibbs Thursday 20 October 2016 11.07 BST No hands or driver needed for Tesla’s latest electric cars, which are now being fitted with the equipment required for fully autonomous driving. Photograph: Tesla
  20. European Space Agency says whereabouts of Schiaparelli craft unknown after it deploys parachute before signal goes dead Hannah Devlin Science correspondent Thursday 20 October 2016 10.18 BST
  21. Party and rivals condemn candidate over 2005 recording bragging about being able to grope women because of his fame Ben Jacobs and Sabrina Siddiqui in Washington Saturday 8 October 2016 13.14 BST
  22. The numbers are staggering, and governments are doing little to protect people from warring gangs and corrupt security forces. Yet entire families who are now seeking asylum are being sent back and told to simply live elsewhere Thursday 13 October 2016 11.00 BST by Nina Lakhani in Tapachula, Mexico Janet Machado, center, fled Honduras with her family after her 14-year-old daughter Gabriela, right, was shot in the shoulder and left paralysed. Photograph: Encarni Pindado for the Guardian More pics in link
  23. Singer-songwriter takes the award for ‘having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition’ Alison Flood Thursday 13 October 2016 12.22 BST Last modified on Thursday 13 October 2016 14.44 BST ‘Don’t Look Back’, Bob Dylan, 1967 Photograph: Everett/REX/Shutterstock
  24. Florida spared worst but storm surge threat looms Hurricane expected to cross coast this morning US time Death toll in Haiti rises to 877, reports say, with 15,000 displaced Video: Scientists’ plane flies into eye of Hurricane Matthew Chris Johnston Saturday 8 October 2016 15.17 BST Live Feed
  25. Suspect taken into custody after prolonged hunt overnight Police say officers were trying to negotiate with suspect when he opened fire A Palm Springs police officer returns to his car. Photograph: Sam Mircovich/Reuters
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