• BBC News

    How Christopher Bailey changed Burberry

    The Burberry boss has his final show at London Fashion Week, before he leaves the company later this year. He joined in 2001 and rose through the ranks, turning around Burberry's fortunes and making it Britain's biggest luxury brand.

  • CNN

    Trump slams FBI's handling of tip on Florida school shooter

    "This is not acceptable. They are spending too much time trying to prove Russian collusion with the Trump campaign -- there is no collusion. Get back to the basics and make us all proud!" Trump maintains denials On Friday, the Justice Department announced that special counsel Robert Mueller has issued indictments on 13 Russian nationals and three Russian entities for allegedly meddling in the 2016 presidential election, charging them with conspiracy to defraud the United States. Mueller convened a grand jury as part of his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election as well as any possible connections between Russia and Trump campaign associates. The sweeping indictment describes

  • BBC Sport

    Winter Olympics: Lindsey Vonn 'hurt' by anti-American accusations

    Lindsey Vonn says she is hurt by accusations she is anti-American because of her stance on US President Donald Trump. Alpine skier Vonn, who will race in the downhill on Wednesday, finished sixth in the women's super G on Saturday. Vonn, 33, received abuse online after the event from those upset by her pre-Games comments that she would not visit the White House if she won a medal. "I'm the most American person you will ever find," she said. Day-by-day guide to what's on Full schedule and results "I'm from Minnesota, from farmland. My family are solid, wholesome people and I love my country and I love competing for my country. I'm so proud to be here representing the United States. "It hurts me

  • News

    Israeli arrests in new corruption probe ‘linked to Netanyahu’

    Israeli police arrested a number of suspects connected to a major communication company on Sunday, in what media said was a new corruption probe linked to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The suspects included “senior figures” in the Bezeq communications group who were detained as part of a new joint investigation including the Israel Securities Authority, a police statement said without giving more details. Israeli media said they were suspected of having been involved in an affair in which Bezeq received concessions, in return for which Netanyahu received positive coverage on the Bezeq-affiliated news website Walla. The arrests came just days after police said there were grounds to indict Netanyahu for bribery, fraud and breach of public trust, in the biggest challenge yet to the right-wing premier’s long tenure in power.

  • BBC Sport

    Winter Olympics 2018: James Woods 'in awe of himself' after slopestyle final

    GB's James Woods admits he didn't have a 'perfect run' but says he is "in awe of himself" after narrowly missing out on a slopestyle Winter Olympic medal in Pyeongchang.

  • BBC News

    Florida school shooting: Trump links FBI's missteps to Russia investigation

    President Donald Trump has rebuked the FBI for missing signals before Wednesday's school shooting in Florida. The agency was "spending too much time trying to prove Russian collusion with the Trump campaign", Mr Trump tweeted. "There is no collusion. Get back to the basics and make us all proud." The FBI has admitted it failed to act on a tip-off about suspected shooter Nikolas Cruz, who has confessed to the shooting at a high school in Parkland in which 17 people died. It was the deadliest US school shooting since 2012 and has re-ignited long-running debates about tougher firearm restrictions. Earlier, students who survived the shooting rallied in Florida, demanding tighter legislation on gun

  • Saudigazette

    Trump and Netanyahu need to talk

    It’s never good news for the Palestinians when a US president meets an Israeli prime minister. There is usually very little daylight between them when it comes to their mutual interests, especially with regard to the Palestinians’ future. But when Donald Trump and Benjamin Netanyahu get together in Washington next month, Trump should have a serious tête-à-tête with Netanyahu while putting, at least for a while, the pleasantries and platitudes aside. The visit comes on the heels of a downright lie by Netanyahu after he suggested he and the Trump administration had discussed an initiative to annex Israeli settlements in the West Bank. Netanyahu said he had been in talks with the American administration