Business

Trump considers big 'fine' over China intellectual property theft

Trump said the U.S. was considering a big "fine" as part of a probe into China's alleged theft of intellectual property.

World

Ethiopia frees opposition leader Merera Gudina

Oromo Federalist Congress chairman and hundreds of others released from prison as part of a wider government amnesty.

United States

Apple plans to open a new US campus as part of expansion

Apple finished $5 billion of renovations on its campus in Cupertino, California, and is now planning a new office.

NFL

Steelers part with offensive coordinator Todd Haley, per reports

Pittsburgh assistant had been with team past six seasons.        

Finance

Apple is building a new campus and will hire 20,000 new employees (AAPL)

Apple announced that it plans to open a new campus this year, as part of an effort that will see Apple hire 20,000 new workers over the next five years.

Life & Style

Bonaire Is The Cool Caribbean Island You Didn't Know You Were Missing Out On

And the best part? This unspoiled Caribbean island sits outside of the Hurricane Belt.

World

American, Canadian kidnapped by gunmen in central Nigeria

A Nigerian police spokesman says an American and a Canadian have been kidnapped in Kaduna state in the central part of the country.

Travel

Bankrupt Air Berlin auctions EVERYTHING – from plane seats to meal trolleys

BANKRUPT German airline Air Berlin has put its entire inventory up for auction. Airline fans are turning up in droves for the unique chance to bid for aeroplane seats, trolleys or even airline chocolates. Air Berlin was Germany’s second biggest air

Business

Wine's Latest Runaway Hit? You've Probably Never Heard Of It.

What defines a "runaway hit" in the wine world? Part adventure, part marketing savvy, part all-out indigenous, the Gemischter Satz wines from the city of Vienna hits the major touchpoints of so many what-consumers-want trends today.

Technology

Eyelashes are freezing in world's coldest village

It is so cold in part of Siberia, that eyelashes are freezing.

Politics

Corey Lewandowski, Rick Dearborn testify before House Intel Committee as part of Russia probe

Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowksi and Deputy White House chief of staff and senior transition aide Rick Dearborn will testify behind closed doors Wednesday as part of a congressional probe into Russian collusion with Trump campaign associate

Business

SandRidge to meet with investor Icahn to quell rising tensions

HOUSTON (Reuters) - SandRidge Energy Inc plans to meet with activist investor Carl Icahn on Wednesday over his demands for a board shake-up and other governance changes, part of a bid by the U.S. shale oil producer to quell tensions with its largest shar

Science

Discovery of organic molecules explains universe's infrared glow

NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. — The universe is filled with faintly glowing infrared light, and for decades, astronomers have been trying to figure out why. But now, they've finally determined the source of this strange cosmic radiation: It is emitted by an

TV & Radio

When does Riverdale season 2 start again, what happens in the next episode and when is it back on Netflix?

FANS of Netflix series Riverdale will be pleased to hear that season two picks up again soon. What does part two have in store for Archie, Veronica, Betty and the gang? Here’s the lowdown. What’s happening in part two of Riverdale season two

Health

How nursing in the NHS has changed

Nurses haven been an integral part of the NHS since its inception. Here they talk about what has changed.

Investing

Need To Pay For College? Make A Plan. Part 2: Scholarships

Scholarships is part two of three. College is expensive so financial aid, scholarships, and other programs can help reduce the cost, but one must do the work.

World

Myanmar police kill seven Buddhist protesters in Rakhine

The victims are from the Buddhist Rakhine ethnic group and had taken part in a nationalist protest.

World

Arson attack rips through office of Russian human rights group

MOSCOW (Reuters) - One of Russia's biggest human rights groups said on Wednesday that one of its offices in southern Russia had been badly damaged in an overnight arson attack, an incident it said was part of a campaign to drive it from the region.

TV & Radio

Tattoo Fixers floored by vaginal inking: 'What were you thinking?'

TATTOO Fixers have seen some mad inkings in their time, but Abbie's intimate tattoo may have topped them all.

World

Trump's doctor says he 'has absolutely no cognitive or mental issues whatsoever'

Dr. Ronny Jackson said Trump requested to take a cognitive test as a part of his annual physical last week, and he passed it with flying colors.

Gaming

PlayStation Is Looking For Beta Testers For The Next Big PS4 Update

If you're interested in helping craft the future of the PlayStation 4 user experience, you can now sign up to take part in a beta period for the console's next big update.

United States

Judge lifts home confinement on Manafort associate

Richard Gates was charged with money laundering, conspiracy against the U.S. and other counts as part of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.

Sport

Arsenal held to ransom by Henrikh Mkhitaryan as Manchester United star demands pay rise to move

Mkhitaryan is being used as part of the Alexis Sanchez transfer but wants an increase on his £150,000-a-week deal

World

Russia just developed a lethal armored flamethrower

The Tosochka TOS-2 will be part of Russia's Armata Universal Combat Platform.

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