Man storms the stage at Britney Spears show in Las Vegas
12 August 2017 | 3:30 am
Footage filmed by a fan shows a man storming the stage as Britney Spears performs at a Las Vegas show.
4 Oct 2017
U.S. President Donald Trump says "we'll be talking about gun laws as time goes by" after a gunman killed at least 59 people at a concert in Las Vegas.
4 Oct 2017
Authorities tell reporters that the gunman who killed at least 59 people in Las Vegas fired for around nine to 11 minutes.
5 Oct 2017
Attorney Matthew Lombard, who is representing Marilou Danley, the girlfriend of Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock, says his client is cooperating fully with investigators.
6 Oct 2017
Dramatic Las Vegas video shows scenes after shooting.
8 Oct 2017
Vice President Mike Pence and his wife Karen visited Las Vegas on Saturday days after a gunman opened fire on a country music festival killing 58 people.
9 Nov 2017
CMA's dedicate show to victims of 2017 mass shootings and hurricanes.
20 Apr 2019
Las Vegas Sands first quarter earnings beat expectations, thanks to strong growth and its Macau business. Revenue in the enclave grew 8% even as casino operators there face a profit decline for the first time in three years.
2 Jun 2019
Las Vegas hedges its bets on sports.
6 Jan 2020
From "flying gondolas" to vibrators, the Consumer Electronics Show offers a chance to showcase the newest and shiniest gadgetry. Kicking off Tuesday in Las Vegas, the show will open against the backdrop of mounting concerns on how data gathered from connected devices can be exploited by marketers, governments and hackers.
4 Jun 2020
Plexiglas barriers on blackjack tables, hand sanitizer near slot machines: this is the new normal in Las Vegas, where hotel and casinos are preparing to reopen on June 4, after a 11-week shutdown. Night clubs and show arenas are still closed, but “Vegas is still Vegas” according to MGM International Resorts president and CEO William Hornbuckle.
18 Jul 2020
We look at the British dailies which are widely reporting on an alleged Russian hack into coronavirus vaccine research. Also, a new study blames climate change for massive forest fires in Siberia. The European Space Agency has captured the closest ever photos of the sun. Finally, find out why Britney Spears fans are reviving a #FreeBritney movement overs concerns for her wellbeing.
4 Apr 2021
Film critic Lisa Nesselson speaks to Eve Jackson about the week's film news, including the Britney Spears documentary that's coming out in France this week. They also discuss the winner of France's women in film prize or Prix Alice Guy, "Cuties"; plus highlights from the world's largest women's film festival, "Films de Femmes".
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A triumphant Novak Djokovic paraded the Australian Open trophy around the gardens of Melbourne's Government House on Monday (January 30), his 10th title having added another entry in the plus column for those who argue he is the Greatest Of All Time (GOAT).
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Africa's Lake Victoria is a source of joy and livelihood for those living along its shores, but the waterway is being overrun by pollution. Kenya's Rahmina Paullete is not just tackling the scourge, but transforming waste particles into furniture, coasters and bags. She's the founder of the "Let Lake Victoria Breathe Again" campaign. The young activist joined us for Perspective.
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This week, the US state of California was rocked by two mass shootings just two days apart. The massacres are just the latest in a long line of shootings that have made the US the world's number one country in gun ownership and gun deaths. The carnage pushed President Joe Biden to renew calls for Congress to act quickly on a ban on assault weapons.
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu fired Interior and Health Minister Aryeh Deri after a Supreme Court ruling said Deri could not serve in the Cabinet.
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The hydrogen pipeline will bring "green" gas from the Iberian Peninsula to the rest of Europe. France, Portugal, and Spain previously agreed to build the pipeline, which should be operational by 2030.
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In the United States, the electoral map is redrawn every 10 years in order to better reflect population changes. But often it's the party in charge in each state who oversees the remapping, giving them a chance to redraw districts to their advantage in future election outcomes. This practice is known as gerrymandering.