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Mexico's president-elect grounded after refusing to use luxury jet
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Show us some respect, Theresa May tells 'unacceptable' EU leaders
- Trump's supreme court nominee
Trump says Ford assault allegation could not have been 'as bad as she says'
UN says 2.3 million people have left the country since 2015, but those without a passport are unable to escape
Third party developers can scan data and even share it with other third parties
Experts say appearance of 'US bullying' likely to push countries closer together
Timothy Caughman was committed to his community, loved America and had a passion for helping others
'Bridge personnel are stationed at both ends of the structure to provide instructions regarding how and when to proceed across the bridge,' officials say
Softly-spoken presenter who brought wholesome values and hard truths to young audience for 33 years honoured in a Google Doodle
It is difficult to remember now, when Russia is being portrayed in the west as an aggressive predatory power threatening everybody, the extent to which it was marginalised seven years ago when Nato was carrying out regime change in Libya
'If the enemies and arrogant powers have an eye on the borders and land of Iran they will receive a pounding reply in a fraction of a second'
The treatment of Ford shows that any accuser of a powerful man will be fair game as a predominately white male establishment seeks to protect their own
Sean O'Grady Stormy Daniels’ explosive Trump claims join long list of cringeworthy political anecdotes
Strange and amusing as the tale of Trump’s old man might be, it isn’t such a novelty
Hundreds of voter registration events are popping up across the country
Would women have been so angry and ready to run for office had Hillary Clinton been elected? Would we have seen Cynthia Nixon running for New York governor and victories such as that of 28-year-old Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez? We need both hope and anger to move forward
Have you ever heard of Jeju Island?
A new study has found that one of the main things women use their phones for is to 'gossip' or keep in touch with friends and family. Loaded connotations of the word 'gossip' aside, this makes sense to the way we've been socialised
This is the old road from Ramallah to Jerusalem, lined with lost wealth and forgotten hopes and once-loved homes. They all now end, of course, at The Wall
Chain has more than 30 locations in US and plans to open hundreds of new stores worldwide this year
Of the many Brexit cons, few are greater than the idea that this is a fight for the people
War will be coming but not yet, Robert Fisk reports in a special dispatch
Chinese officials have been targeting the ethnic group for decades. As well as being imprisoned in internment camps, human rights violations like tracking Uyghurs with QR codes are increasing
If the state fails to reassert control on issues like social disorder and gangland violence, SD is the likeliest political beneficiary
Aggressive expansion of new original content seems to have paid off
‘They are importing barrels that cost $80 to $90 and selling them at $0’
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The tech giant is doubling down on its efforts to get consumers to view the iPad as a productivity device. And it might also be betting that new iPad Pros will prevent cannibalization from happening.
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Investing is always tough, but it gets tougher when volatility returns. With the markets all over the map, we took some notes from some of the biggest investing legends.
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More restrictions on Facebook's gathering and usage of user data could challenge the tech giant's very business model.
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Going long gold is not a no-brainer move despite the return of stock market uncertainty. Here is what the charts are saying.
EE, Three, Virgin Mobile and other UK carriers are scrambling to offer the cheapest way to get buy Apple's new handsets
Networks are caught in an ugly rush to be the most attractive way of getting hold of Apple's stunning new handset
Young people in China don't know the internet we do – and they like it
Why Trump launched his extraordinary attack on Google search
KSI vs Logan Paul fight shows the danger of piracy to future of vlogs
Why Google's censored search engine for China is an ethical minefield
Is a new router enough to make you love your internet?
If this preview was anything to go by, Rockstar's latest creation will be a gaming experience to treasure
'I cannot find words to express how happy I am that we were able to realise mobile exploration on the surface of an asteroid,' says project leader
The director on why his latest, Gothic chiller 'The Little Stranger', is deliberately difficult to label
Chas Hodges did not create a novelty pub act. They were up there with the very best
Chas Hodges, of pop rock duo Chas & Dave, dies aged 74
'Africa' by Toto to be played at Bristol music venue for entire night
Rihanna 'proud' to accept new Barbados ambassador role
X Factor star Chico rushed to hospital after suffering a stroke
Mini Mansions: 'We'd be a pop band in an alternative universe'
South London Gallery's new exhibit is more likely to leave visitors scratching their heads than laughing out loud
Early Banksy mural painted over by accident in Bristol
9/11: The man who walked a high-wire between the Twin Towers reflects
How Jack Kerouac left a legacy of rarely seen 'beat paintings'
Ian Hislop I Object: An eclectic collection of objects about objecting
Remembering David Blaine's 44 days in a glass box 15 years on
Moss’s sixth novel address the topics of misogynistic brutality and violence, gender inequality and class warfare, and the lessons of history – but never at the expense of what’s a gripping narrative
Sebastian Faulks's Paris Echo is disappointingly swamped by ideas
Sally Field: 'I didn’t know I had a voice'
Are we seeing the resurgence of Nazism? This graphic novel thinks so
Alternative titles F Scott Fitzgerald considered for The Great Gatsby
Sally Rooney: Millennial fiction's most important voice
Column: When good players underperform and no-names start making big contributions, more often than not it's the guy on the sideline who is responsible
Paper backs cartoonist amid backlash for depiction of Serena Willliams
Kaepernick praises Miami Dolphins duo for protesting during anthem
Patriots make winning start as Browns’ winless run goes on
Browns snap losing streak in dramatic tie with the Steelers
From the streets to the spotlight, Obada's journey to the NFL
Brighton 1-2 Tottenham: The Argentine came off the bench to put the game beyond doubt after Harry Kane's first-half penalty had given Spurs the advantage
Mourinho hits out at United players’ attitude after Wolves draw
Birmingham get first league win as Bielsa suffers first Leeds defeat
Burnley emphatically beat Bournemouth to end run of four defeats
Maddison the star as Leicester battle back to beat Huddersfield
United let lead slip away as Moutinho earns Wolves a point
The 1980s may be one of the most divisive eras when it comes to style, but the decade has influenced a number of trends of late, from puffy shoulders to high waist jeans and power suits.
A definitive ranking of all Noel Fielding's shirts on Bake Off
Ballerina Precious Adams explains why she won't wear pink tights
Taped designer trainers heavily condemned for ‘mocking poverty’
Where to buy Orla Kiely now the brand has gone into liquidation
Sold-out £290 Gucci swimsuit cannot be worn for swimming
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