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New dating features on Facebook are coming soon. In the aftermath of the data breach scandal, will users sign themselves up?
The states aim to protect Obama-era rules that would have forced automakers to nearly double the average fuel economy of new cars and trucks.
Jan Koum said he will be "taking some time off to do things I enjoy outside of technology."
Nikol Pashinyan urged protesters to shut down transport systems after the ruling Republican Party's parliamentary majority rejected his candidacy for prime minister.
Poles and Hendrix fans from around the world, over 7400 of them with their guitars, gather in the Old Town square of Wroclaw in Poland to smash the previous record.
Many analysts believe Israel is painting a bad picture of Iran in advance of US President Trump pulling out of the Iran nuclear deal on May 12th.
With 22 alcohol-related deaths a week, Scotland takes action to relieve its health services & give hope to addicts by targeting heavy drinkers' favourite cheapest brands.
The “critical period” for learning a new language is much longer than scientists had previously thought, according to a new study.
In this edition of Real Economy, we focus on the fallout from rising house prices. What does it mean for homeowners, those seeking to buy and for the economy as a whole? The fear of a new property bubble is in everyone's mind.
Dr. Harold Bornstein said he felt "raped" after White House aide Keith Schiller and lawyer Alan Garten showed up unannounced and took Trump's files.
Brazil's Globo TV spoke to 40 gymnasts and former gymnasts who said Fernando de Carvalho Lopes had abused them while they were minors.
Car and businesses burn as riot police face over 1000 "Black Bloc" activists called out onto the streets via social media.
Lauded as green and environmentally friendly, small-scale hydropower dams are dotted around the West Balkans. But local communities say the impact is disastrous.
Thousands of Greek workers marched through the centre of Athens on Tuesday - one of a series of protests marking May Day.
Clashing sticks, waving handkerchiefs and jangling bells are all part of a cherished British tradition celebrated on May 1st
Brexit is forcing a subsidy rethink as the EU cash pot shrinks, and with the Common Agricultural Policy the EU's biggest spender, cuts are on the horizon.
Sainsbury's CEO Mike Coupe was left rather red-faced after being caught singing 'We're in the Money' just hours after announcing the supermarket's plan to buy Asda.
An abandoned high-rise building occupied by squatters in downtown Sao Paulo caught fire and collapsed Tuesday, sending chunks of fiery debris crashing into neighbouring buildings and surrounding streets.
A pair of pelicans crashed a graduation ceremony at Pepperdine University in the California beachfront community of Malibu over the weekend.
South Korea has begun dismantling huge loudspeakers used to blare anti-Pyongyang broadcasts and K-pop songs from its border with North Korea.
Thousands of people marched to the Philippines' presidential palace in Manila on Tuesday to mark Labour Day.
Scuffles and a number of arrests in Ankara and Istanbul mark the May Day workers' marches, as the authorities try to take the sting out of the day by banning people from the symbolic Taksim square.
New research shows the Milky Way and galaxies like it may contain several supermassive black holes.
An Israeli airstrike that killed and wounded dozens of Iranians at a Syrian base is the latest sign of escalating conflict.
The famous golfer turns up unannounced at a fan's door afer receiving his jokey letter.
Sajid Javid, the first Interior Minister from Britain's Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic community, says that putting things right for the Windrush generation is his immediate priority
US Secretary of State's opinion likely to be critical as President Trump considers pulling the US out of the 2015 nuclear deal.