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U.S. manufacturing output increased for a fifth straight month in October, shrugging off a sharp decline in motor vehicle production and suggesting underlying strength in factory activity.
Around 100 trees were reported downed around the city, Cincinnati Parks reported.
Saudi Arabia convinced oil producers to hike output ahead of tough U.S. sanctions on Iran, but the Trump administration ultimately allowed some of the Islamic Republic's biggest customers to keep importing its crude.
Authorities said they do not suspect foul play in Raffaella Maria Stroik's death.
Ditching meat and potatoes, her favourite dish, in favour of gym sessions and healthy food, Evgenia Vorobiyova has slimmed from 20 stone to just over ten stone - and says she's ready to date.
Florida drivers who refused to follow the law next to a stopped school bus learned their lesson the hard way thanks to two moms looking to end the dangerous driving.
In Kiev, you can walk up the stairs from the metro onto a square that’s been home to three revolutions in thirty years, and any number of protests large and small. With its memorials, monuments, and a few men dressed up in panda suits, Kiev’s Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square) has become synonymous with modern Ukraine.
Myanmar's High Court has allowed an appeal to proceed in the case of two Reuters reporters jailed for seven years on charges of breaking the country's Official Secrets Act, defense lawyers said on Tuesday.The appeal against the conviction, filed earlier this month, cited evidence of a police set-up and lack of proof of a crime. The lawyers did not specify when the Yangon-based court made its decision and there was no formal announcement from the court. Reuters was unable to co
Emily, who lives in Cambridge, is identified as a professional beggar and describes it as her 'work', saying: 'I turn up every day. This is work to me. It's a job. It was either this or be a hooker'.
Ten Miami-Dade County vehicles were broken into Monday night outside the West Dade Regional Library, authorities said.
In a major victory for asylum-seekers, a federal judge blocked the Trump administration’s ban on asylum for people fleeing persecution who cross the US border illegally. Three days after the midterm elections, President Donald Trump barred people who enter the country between official ports of entry from receiving asylum. It was an aggressive attempt to override Congress: US law explicitly […]
“Imagine the horror in Bella’s mind as her father took her last breaths away."
Meghan, 37, dazzled in a £895 sequin top and £850 black maxi skirt by Safiyaa at the Royal Variety Performance in London, after previously wearing a £1,095 blue cape dress by the brand in Fiji.
The Queen brought a welcome splash of colour to a grey and chilly day as she arrived to mark the 150th anniversary of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors at its London headquarters.
Nancy and Quan Le were just toddlers when two firefighters scooped them out of their burning home to safety.
The Camp Fire in California’s Butte County created so much smoke that it made the air quality hazardous to breathe.
Campbell Soup Co on Tuesday reported a smaller-than-expected decline in quarterly earnings, sending shares of the embattled soup maker up 4 percent in premarket trading.
U.S. homebuilding rose in October amid a rebound in multi-family housing projects, but construction of single-family homes fell for a second straight month, suggesting the housing market remained mired in weakness as mortgage rates march higher.
Simon Winstone, 50, claimed his lover Denise Rosser, 38, had 'friction burns' from the carpet the night before she was found dead in the village of Bedlinog, Merthyr Tydfil.