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As you slept, Texas bikers were told to keep off the streets, while the State Department planned to keep Hillary's emails until January. 

U.S. sprinter Justin Gatlin left Beijing after a row, as Gloria Steinem arrived there for a peace march. The British public is being invited to suggest an artist for a new pound note. 

Clinton emails were being reviewed

Until January, when the State Department will release 55,000 pages of work emails sent by Hillary via a personal server. 

READ MORE: Hillary Clinton emails to be released by State Department in January 2016

Police told bikers to stay home

After 170 bikers were charged over the biker gang massacre, police told bikers to stay off the streets and the local Harley dealership was shut. There are fears that members of the five biker gangs involved are planning revenge attacks. 

READ MORE: Harley store shut as 170 charged over Waco biker gang shootout

Justin Gatlin wanted more respect

The world's fastest man sprinted from the Beijing World Challenge before even hitting the starting blocks, after he said organizers told him he wasn't welcome. Gatlin was meant to be the star of the 100m race on Wednesday.

READ MORE: World's fastest man, Justin Gatlin, leaves Beijing races in respect row

Gloria Steinem headed for North Korea

The veteran activist arrived in Beijing ahead of a daring peace march along the demilitarized zone between the two Koreas on May 24. In theory the group's been granted permission from Kim Jung Un's regime for two peace walks and a peace symposium in North Korea to celebrate International Women's Day for Peace and Disarmament. 

READ MORE: Gloria Steinem joins 30 feminists on North Korea peace march

Britain was on the money with creativity

The United Kingdom is celebrating the nation's cultural heritage by putting an artist on its new £20 note. The British public is being asked to put forward suggestions for historic - ie dead - artists, craftsmen, designers or filmmakers. Whose head would you want to see on your holiday money? 

READ MORE: High value of British culture: public to nominate artist for new £20 note