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The US Justice Department accuses Google of disadvantaging its rivals in search and advertising.
The oil giant distances itself from the President's "hypothetical" funds-for-contracts phone call.
Hopes that Twitch will bring out the youth vote and 50 Cent has problems with Joe Biden's tax plan.
The Cameron Peak wildfire has become the largest fire in state history, burning over 200,000 acres.
The film star's son James dies aged 58, after being diagnosed with liver cancer.
The father of a pupil at the school where Samuel Paty worked was in touch with the killer, reports say.
The Berchtesgaden area starts a two-week lockdown, Germany's first since the spring Covid peak.
Talks on restrictions in Greater Manchester have ended without agreement and additional curbs are now expected to be imposed.
Five things to watch out for as the Los Angeles Dodgers and Tampa Bay Rays compete in an unusual World Series.
Europe editor Katya Adler looks at whether the negotiations are over after months of shadow-boxing.
The US president says he will act once Sudan pays $335m to "US terror victims and families".
As part of our coverage of the US election and the world, the BBC's Lyse Doucet reports from Afghanistan.
The New Yorker magazine suspends Jeffrey Toobin who apologises for "an embarrassingly stupid mistake".
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