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Matthew Wolff produces a scintillating 65 on Saturday to take a two-shot lead into the final round of the US Open at Winged Foot.
A selection of pictures from our readers on the theme of "night vision".
The Fire Brigades Union urges Labour leader not to "water down" environment and workers' rights promises.
Janusz Walus killed anti-apartheid leader Chris Hani in 1993, sparking fears of a racial civil war.
The mystery surrounding a 19th Century portrait and its role in one of the first immunisation campaigns.
Sarah Dahia from Australia takes us through her week during the coronavirus pandemic.
Nominated actors will have someone waiting outside their home to hand over an award if they win.
A passenger is told she had accepted vouchers, although BA's website did not list them as an option.
George was neglected by his parents, then an adoption went wrong. There was only one family that he felt loved by.
Energy companies stand accused of trying to downplay their contribution to global warming.
Boris Johnson says the change means people with coronavirus are legally obliged to stay at home.
I Made This For You is a film about a group of friends trying to stop someone from taking their own life.
Thousands of devices are being distributed to vulnerable groups such as the elderly.
The coin, bearing the head of a Scottish king and turned into jewellery, was found in a field.
Watch South Korean golfer Sungjae Im hole a fantastic chip shot at the US Open after his first attempt ended up rolling back to him on the 18th hole to finish the round on 73.
The PM introducing a new legal duty to stay at home if you have to self-isolate dominates the front pages.
The FBI and the Secret Service investigate the letter, intercepted before it reached the White House.
Eddie Nketiah's late goal ensures Arsenal maintain their 100% Premier League start as they condemn West Ham to a second successive defeat.
The ex-prime minister, who has died aged 91, famously led his Liberal Party to a big defeat in 1984.
Wilfried Zaha scores twice against his former club as Manchester United's first game of the Premier League season ends in defeat by Crystal Palace at home.