Threat comes after EU retaliates to US steel and aluminium tariffs
Millions suddenly found themselves divided by world's most heavily fortified border after Korean War ended
'Dems are just playing games, have no intention of doing anything to solves (sic) this decades old problem'
No alcohol, weekly training sessions, and an unwavering dedication to fighting football fans: the life of a Russian hooligan, as told to an unsuspecting English fan in Moscow
Study reveals the ways in which massive objects can distort spacetime itself
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White supremacist event to take place in US capital after return to site of fatal protest is blocked
Online retailers like Amazon and eBay were previously protected from paying tax if they had no physical presence in a state
Indictment claims Benjamin Netanyahu's wife misused more than £76,000 of public money ordering hundreds of meals to official residence
A killer rock could appear with little warning
But critics question way PM has incorporated the spiritual discipline into his personal brand
Cabinet will formalise a proposal in the coming weeks with talks deadline looming
Discovery offers some hope for future of west Antarctic ice sheet, but scientists warn it is 'not a get out of jail free card'
Trump’s hawkish adviser John Bolton is expected to arrive in Moscow as early as next week
Gibbon likely belonged to Lady Xia, grandmother of China's first emperor, but its species appears to have been driven to extinction by deforestation
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It’s noteworthy that criticism is directed only at her – nobody seems to worry that Davidson is rushing in. These are two young people who have both had to deal with the horrifying aftermath of terrorism, so why can't we be happy for them both?
A question I am often being asked is: 'How does it feel to live under a dictatorship?' This is a laughable claim, and one I only began to understand when I looked at the coverage of this week's election
Visionary author ignored aunt's advice that 'Negroes can't be writers' to pursue her passion
Ape 'an icon for interspecies communication and empathy', says wildlife foundation
When the western world starts to take opposition to cultural events in China, it’s a very personal affair
The meaningful vote on the meaningful vote on Brexit still went ahead – it’s just that it had been stripped first of its meaning, and then of its basic dignity
Bullet holes still blister the buildings and army checkpoints control the roads up to the Alawite Jabel Mohsen district, but Alloush spots an illusory element about all this
The US president may have rolled back Obama’s initiatives to thaw relations, but the island continues to make waves. In fact, says Oliver Bennett, it’s hosting more visitors than ever
There are a huge number of drugs being prescribed to patients that could easily kill them. Some drugs even get approved for clinical use after only one or two trials. Yet we treat cannabinoids differently
Consumers increasingly want brands to be ‘authentic’ and take a stand on issues. For many companies, associating themselves with Russia after their recent transgressions is simply too much of a risk to take
The result of Sessions’ crackdown has been the separation of almost 2,000 children from their parents in a period of just six weeks
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In an attack on Angela Merkel on Monday, Donald Trump claimed that "crime in Germany is way up". He blamed the Chancellor's refugee policy, saying it had been a "big mistake" to allow people sanctuary.
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.
Downloading the app is just the beginning of the confusion
It's not the Pro. But if you're not one either, this might be the tablet for you
Downloads of the game could actually just bring an unpleasant surprise
Elon Musk called Martin Tripp a 'horrible human being'
Slacker indie dramas, bombastic action blockbusters and meta slasher horrors all played their part in a golden age of commercial Hollywood filmmaking
Oscar winner Kobe Bryant denied entry into Film Academy
Every new TV show and movie coming to Netflix in July
How does AMC Theaters' new subscription service compare to MoviePass?
Iceman exclusive trailer attempts to solve a 5,000-year-old mystery
All Star Wars spin-offs reportedly on hold after Solo ambivalence
Allen never overdramatises the already-dramatic – divorce, children, a stalker, media intrusion – rather she tackles it in an offhand and always bluntly honest manner
Teyana Taylor streams Kanye West-produced album Keep That Same Energy
Waxahatchee review, Band on the Wall, Manchester
XXXTentacion's girlfriend pregnant with his child
Paul McCartney returns to Liverpool for Beatles-filled Carpool Karaoke
Akon to build new city in Senegal with own cryptocurrency called AKoin
A compact exhibition shows 40 of the artist's best paintings and drawings, revealing the violence of his work
Crystallizing council flats, burying aeroplanes: Meet Roger Hiorns
The sweetest revenge: A history of artists taking on their critics
Yinka Shonibare: 'Some kind of global African solidarity is necessary'
The art collective battling to bring colour to the streets of Dublin
When cryptocurrency met conceptual art
The debut novelist is causing a buzz with his novel 'There There', which reflects the ambivalence he has felt towards his Cheyenne heritage
'It just came so fast,' Kathy McVay said after being struck by a hot dog wrapped in duct tape.
NBA champions won't be invited to White House, warns Trump
No fairy tale finish for the Vegas as Washington win the Stanley Cup
Golden State one win away from NBA Finals glory despite James heroics
Eagles player attacks Fox News for using his image as 'propaganda'
NFL cheerleaders sue over unfair wages
A 16-year-old billed as the future of Arsenal slowly became the symbol of its guilt-encrusted past, leading to a sad-yet-predictable parting of ways
Sterling opens up about his media treatment and rags-to-riches story
What to do in Kaliningrad besides the football
World Cup 2018 player ratings: Brazil vs Costa Rica
Sampaoli's approach was disastrous, defence exposed and Messi useless
World Cup 2018 schedule: All the groups, fixtures, times and venues
A vote took place today to determine whether the 31 stores will definitely close
The water was created as a stunt to encourage people to think critically about health marketing