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World

Colombian army helicopter crash kills 10

BOGOTA (Reuters) - Ten people were killed when a Colombian army helicopter crashed near the town of Segovia, in northern Antioquia province, on Tuesday, the army said.

Business

Subcontractors begin laying off staff after Carillion collapse

Up to 30,000 small businesses thought to be owed money by firm, which is in liquidation with debts of £900mThe dramatic collapse of Carillion has started to hit thousands of the firm’s suppliers, as the real world impact of the demise starts to

Films

Colorful Wreck-It Ralph 2 Photo Hints At Sequel's New Characters

Disney's Wreck-It Ralph was a surprisingly fun and heartfelt look at the world of video games from the inside. The sequel is going to expand on that idea by taking Ralph to another digital world, the internet itself.

Business

Verifone hit by global outage on card machines

Shops, football stadiums and taxis unable to take payments from frustrated customersThe card payment company Verifone is experiencing a “global outage” on its card machines.In UK shops which use the technology, including supermarkets such as W

Politics

Trump administration to appeal 'Dreamer' immigrant ruling

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department on Tuesday said it will ask the Supreme Court to overturn a lower court ruling last week that blocked President Donald Trump's move to end a program that protects hundreds of thousands of immigrants broug

United States

Ripple is sitting on $80 billion and could cash out hundreds of millions per month -- but isn't

Ripple owns about $80 billion in digital currency and has the option to sell hundreds of millions of worth a month.

Art

Man Ray in LA: what happened when the pioneering artist hit Hollywood

A new exhibition sheds light on the visual artist’s time in Los Angeles and the many famous actors he captured on filmIn the autumn of 1940, Man Ray met a travelling tie salesman at a party in New York. The American artist had arrived back in the U

World

Big banks raise oil price targets on strong demand and OPEC output cuts

Big investment banks are raising their price targets on oil as crude futures hit levels not seen since December 2014.

Top News

Police Fatally Shot a Robbery Suspect at a High School

The Vermont high school was placed on lockdown

World

H&M temporarily closes all stores in South Africa after protests against 'racist' shirt

H&M announced that it has temporarily closed its South African stores after protests broke out in response to the controversy over one of its shirts.

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