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Sarah Palin, the former governor of Alaska and 2008 US vice-presidential candidate, has launched a subscription-based online television channel.
Bodybuilder Lee believes he is unable to have children because he has been taking steroids for 25 years.
The conflict in Gaza has caused a rise in tensions in the West Bank and thousands have protested against Israel's actions in Gaza.
Tuesday's papers are full of Bank of England governor Mark Carney's angry words at financiers found guilty of rigging interest rates, and the Times has potential bad news for some drivers.
The Australian government has approved the development of what could potentially be the country's biggest coal mine.
The UN blacklists the operator of a North Korean ship seized near the Panama Canal in July 2013 with undeclared Cuban weapons on board.
The summer movies criticising US drone policies
NHS privatisation is "being forced through at pace and scale", and should be halted until the general election, says Labour's shadow health secretary.
Fifty years of data about endangered primates goes online
Jim Reed asks whether passenger planes should fly over warzones after reports said the MH17 plane was 'downed by missile shrapnel'.
The family agreement that can tear happy couples apart
The miniature version of London created in WW1 Berlin
A US judge rules that the LA Clippers basketball team can be sold, despite the objections of banned co-owner Donald Sterling.
The City of London police has started placing banner advertisements on websites believed to be offering pirated content illegally.
It may not be fast and furious, but bowls is slow, soothing and proving a Commonwealth Games hit down at Kelvingrove.
Your essential guide to the must-see moments in the Commonwealth Games and a look at some of the biggest stars on show.
A 16-year-old girl has been released from hospital following an incident at a "car cruising" event in which a vehicle ploughed into a crowd, injuring 17 people.
Lightning strikes, hail, torrential rain and flash flooding cause severe travel problems across large areas of south-east England.
The Chinese doctors who say they can 'cure' homosexuality
Marine experts have said a dolphin spotted in the River Severn in Gloucestershire will make its own way back to the sea.