How tennis conquered the world

He’s one of the leading movers and shakers in the tennis world — and now ATP chairman Chris Kermode’s sights are set on world domination. Source: New feed


Brown's dad: 'This was a racist state'

Michael Brown’s father says a grand jury’s decision not to indict the officer who killed his son changes his view of America. “They crucified his character,” Brown said about his son. Source: New feed


Is this the world's first 'stalker drone'?

They can already deliver pizzas, monitor endangered species and reign down Hellfire missiles from an altitude of 50,000 feet. Now, a drone that can follow people with nobody at the controls. Source: New feed


Holocaust victims' shoes stolen

Thieves have stolen eight shoes belonging to Holocaust victims from a museum in Poland, the latest in a series of thefts targeting memorials to those killed in Nazi concentration camps during World War II. Source: New feed


Ferguson protesters flood streets across U.S.

The sparks of outrage that started in the U.S. city of Ferguson ignite a firestorm of protests across the country over racial injustice. Source: New feed


Vladimir Putin: Hunter, pilot, biker

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'America, we have a problem'

LZ Granderson recalls a cop pointing a gun at him aged 12. Source: New feed


Beatle's daughter: Blessing or curse?

Stella McCartney says having famous parents opened doors for her, but she still had to carve out her own brand. Source: New feed


Ebola team dumps bodies over pay

Workers employed by Sierra Leone’s Ministry of Health to bury Ebola victims took drastic action this week in a dispute over pay, abandoning the bodies of 15 people in the street. Source: New feed


FIFA whistle-blower

She was once one of the most powerful women in Australian sport — until she clashed with the men who run world football. Now Bonita Mersiades describes how whistle-blowing affected her life. Source: New feed