Here's our round up of the latest non-election news you need to know.
A tram crashed in Croydon
Several people have been killed after a tram derailed in Croydon. The driver has been arrested and emergency services are still working to rescue some people who are trapped inside. Here's the latest.
Sainsbury's showed a mixed bag
Burberry had a silver lining
Profits at the struggling luxury retailer fell by a quarter in the first half of the year. But there was a rather fashionable silver lining thanks to Brexit – a fall in sterling did boost sales as international types travelled to Britain to pick up a bargain. Read more.
Tesco revealed the cost of its cyber attack (so far)
Tesco has been forced to refund customers after a cyber attack to the tune of £2.3m it's been revealed. The number of people affected is slightly fewer than first thought, however; 9,000 customers.
Full service has now resumed after being suspended and top authorities are still investigating who was behind the fraud.
The UK's growth forecasts got a downgrade
The European Commission has downgraded its forecasts for UK economic growth next year, and Brexit's to blame.
The US voted in favour of marijuana
In addition to electing a new President, the US also headed to the ballot box to make a choice on legalising cannabis in some states – California, Nevada and Massechusettes gave a big fat thumbs up to recreational use, while Arizona said no. Florida and South Dakota gave it the green light for medicinal use.
US election: What you need to know