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Rob Lowe on the Joys of Parenthood
Lowe's book is not just about TV roles he's had, people he's dated, or famous friends, he emphasizes. It's about parenthood. Here, he talks about his son John Owen heading to college, which was a very emotional moment with quite a few tears.
Ebola victim William Pooley treated with experimental drug ZMapp
Doctor Michael Jacobs, clinical lead in Infectious Diseases at the Royal Free Hospital, says Brit William Pooley, who has contracted the Ebola virus, has been treated with experimental drug ZMapp and is currently responding well.
Ancient Greek tomb uncovered
An ancient Greek tomb, dating back to the time of Alexander the Great, has been uncovered by archaeologists.
Authorities 'failed' to stop mass child abuse in Rotherham
The first reports into child abuse in Rotherham came in 2002 but were "effectively suppressed" by authorities, an inquiry by the council revealed today.
Why did lives of Rotherham children count for so little?
Chief Superintendent Jason Harwin and Barnardo's CEO Javed Khan on why the abused children were ignored for so long. .
Exclusive: James Foley's parents were 'hopeful' of release
Diane and John Foley speak to Jon Snow from their New Hampshire home about the trauma of their son being held hostage and murdered by IS.
E-cigarettes should be banned indoors, say WHO
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has called for e-cigarettes to be banned. But the jury is still out on how they impact on health, and the WHO’s recommendations have been controversial.
Football fans in Chile attack riot police
Football fans in Chile clash with riot police at Santiago's National Stadium ahead of the A-League match between Colo Colo and Barnechea.
Jon Snow's grandfather, the WW1 general
One hundred years ago today, Jon Snow’s grandfather led the retreat from Mons, Belgium, one of the defining and most catastrophic events of the first world war. He retraces the scene with his cousin Dan Snow.
Class sizes 'a local as well as national issue'
Minister of State for Education Nick Gibb says the government is investing billions to shrink class sizes - but more should have been done years ago.