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Has the satire and humour of Big Little Lies been lost in translation? | Television & radio

“It had never crossed her mind that sending your child to school would be like going back to school yourself.” The Australian author Liane Moriarty is a master of suburban secrets and lies (particularly among the white middle class), and her 2014 novel, Big Little...

Lithuanian man’s phishing tricked US tech companies into wiring over $100m | Technology

Two major American tech companies were tricked by a Lithuanian man’s phishing scheme into wiring him over $100m, according to the justice department. Evaldas Rimasauskas, 48, was arrested last week by Lithuanian authorities and charged on Monday by prosecutors in the southern district of New...

US border agent sexually assaulted teen sisters in Texas, ACLU says | US news

Two teenage sisters fleeing violence in Guatemala were sexually assaulted by a US Customs and Border Protection officer in Texas after crossing the Mexican border, according to claims filed by the American Civil Liberties Union. The sisters, aged 17 and 19 at the time of...

The Guardian view on the Westminster attack: solidarity against terror | Editorial | Opinion

It was only ever a matter of time. This strike at parliament took aim directly at the heart of British democracy. It was perhaps meant to reach the prime minister – for today, the day of prime minister’s questions, was the one day when...

Rory McIlroy beaten by Soren Kjeldsen in WGC Match Play opener | Sport

The good news for Rory McIlroy relates to the WGC Match Play format. The bad? A year ago only one player, Dustin Johnson, succumbed to an opening-day defeat and recovered sufficiently to progress to the knockout stage. McIlroy’s 2&1 humbling by Soren Kjeldsen, the world...

The numbing afternoon when I saw a police officer die outside parliament | John Crace | UK news

The mind goes numb at times like these. A disconnect between brain and feeling. So it took me the best part of an hour to make sense of what I had seen. But the simple truth is this. Today I saw a man die....

Vladimir Putin has one reliable set of allies: Russia’s iron ladies | Ekaterina Sokirianskaia | Opinion

Strength, patriotism, patriarchal values and a macho leadership style characterise Vladimir Putin’s current term as president. Strangely, this traditionalist authoritarian agenda has often been promoted by women. The few Russian women who are represented in the highest federal posts – just 15.8% of the parliamentarians...

Rotavirus vaccine could save lives of almost 500,000 children a year | Global development

A vaccine capable of enduring scorching temperatures for months at a time could strike a decisive blow in the fight against rotavirus, preventing nearly half a million children around the world from dying of diarrhoea each year. Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has hailed successful trials...

Rex Tillerson says US will set up safe zones for refugees from Isis | US news

Rex Tillerson has said the United States would set up “interim zones of stability” to help refugees return home in the next phase of the fight against Islamic State and al-Qaida in Syria and Iraq. The US secretary of state did not make clear...

Parliament attack: police officer among five dead in ‘sick and depraved’ incident | UK news

Five people died after a single terrorist attacked Westminster, stabbing a police officer to death as he tried to storm parliament, and killing three members of the public as he careered through the heart of the capital in a 4x4 vehicle. The attacker was among...