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Technology

Rocket Lab Puts Satellites in Orbit for First Time

Rocket Lab, a space-transportation startup promising frequent, economical launches on rockets featuring 3-D printed engine parts, successfully blasted its first payload into orbit from a remote New Zealand pad.

Social

Trump campaign ad says Democrats are 'complicit in every murder committed by illegal immigrants'

The Trump campaign released an ad Saturday announcing its intention to blame Democrats for murders committed by unauthorized immigrants.

World

Kabul Hotel in Lockdown Hours After Gunmen Attack

Afghan security forces were searching a landmark international hotel in Kabul early Sunday for holdouts hours after suspected militants stormed the building, opened fire on guests and staff and set rooms on fire.

America

US government shutdown latest: Democrats and Republicans trade blame as no deal reached on budget bill

Trump calls the shutdown a Democratic 'present', while the opposition says the Republicans have 'failed the American people'

Technology

SoFi Offers CEO Spot to Twitter Executive

Anthony Noto, a top Twitter executive, is in discussions to become the next chief executive of Social Finance, as the online lender grapples with accusations of improper workplace culture.

Celebrity

Gemma Atkinson says she is happily single despite being linked to a string of men

The actress – who has been linked to Ryan Giggs and dancer Gorka Marquez – admitted she relaxed her exercise regime over Christmas

World

Who is to blame for the US government shutdown?

Congress cannot agree a funding deal for federal agencies after division over immigration so the government shuts down.

Entertainment

Porn star is found dead in rehab; fifth adult film actress to die in three months

Adult actress Olivia Lua was found dead at a California rehab facility Thursday morning, making hers the latest in a series of tragic deaths to plague the adult film industry.

World

Gunmen Storm International Hotel in Kabul

Gunmen stormed an international hotel Saturday in Kabul, setting off a battle with government security forces, the Interior Ministry said.

Top News

USAA offers military no-interest loans during shutdown

The company is offering interest-free loans to anyone not being paid

Business

'Scaremongering' banks called to account over open banking warnings

Britain's big banks have been ­accused of “scaremongering” about changes designed to boost online ­competition by predicting it could spark a crime wave.

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