· Utah man faces murder charge after allegedly stabbing Tinder date in his home →
She was pronounced dead at the scene.
· Two die in separate incidents on Cornish coast →
Three people were taken to the Royal Cornwall hospital and a teenage girl was later pronounced dead.
· World Cup questions: why did gifted England not beat Argentina in 1998? →
It’s a moment of jaw-drop, of dead air.
· Dominic Cummings fuels British anger after flouting lockdown →
He's become a dead weight dragging the UK Government down.
· Joe Biden makes first public appearance since March 15 →
Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, emerged from more than two months seclusion Monday, wearing a black face mask during a visit to lay a wreath on the day the United States honors its war dead.
The New York Times
· He Placed in a Virtual Race. But His Racing Was Too Virtual. →
But the spitball may not be dead yet, a top cricket executive said.
· Trump spends Memorial Day weekend golfing and insulting female politicians →
On a Memorial Day weekend when coronavirus deaths in the US closed in on 100,000, and a grateful nation paid respects to its war dead, its president took to the golf course and turned to social media to unleash a barrage of personal attacks on foes old, new and perceived.
· Joe Biden makes first public appearance in more than two months →
President Donald Trump also marked the day commemorating U.S. war dead, including a wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery and making a trip to Baltimore — which remains under a stay-at-home order — with first lady Melania Trump to participate in a Memorial Day ceremony at Fort McHenry.
· Burundi ruling party candidate wins election →
The country’s last election in 2015 led to violence that left at least 1,200 dead, displaced hundreds of thousands and resulted in a sustained crackdown on the opposition and media.
· Johnson and Cummings have revealed their flawed view of what strong leadership is →
The shallow defences are ever more flimsy, as one police chief tells us that lockdown is now “dead in the water”.