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Stephen Foley visits the Columbine memorial, just 20 miles from last week's US massacre
Police piece together detailed planning as President flies in to meet victims' families
The description of Heath Ledger's Joker seems chillingly appropriate for the Batman killer
The heartbreaking details of the people who perished in Thursday night’s massacre at the screening of The Dark Knight Rises in Aurora, Colorado are beginning to emerge, as families and friends pay tribute to lost loved ones.
"Spotlight on" is right.
Indeed. HSBC's North American supremo can expect a harsh interrogation from members of Congress today when she appears before a Senate committee.
For years, millions of pleasure-seeking Americans filed through Cancun airport past a smiling, joking man trying to sell them timeshare apartments in the Mexican resort, little realising that the man who called himself Oscar Rivera was in fact one of the US's most wanted fugitives.
Rupert Murdoch vowed not to make a new bid for BSkyB after the division of News Corporation yesterday, saying he would focus his media empire on the US because "the English" had made him unwilling to invest any further in the UK.
Politicians line up to condemn bank in rate fixing scandal
Tycoon may cede day-to-day control of newspapers to focus on entertainment brands
Running-mate hopefuls jostle for position at lavish event ahead of $6bn election
The software giant's recent launches have tried and failed to match Apple's iPod and iPhone. But it looks to have hit the target with its Surface, the rival to the iPad, which is part laptop and part tablet
American firm's Sequoia machine designed to simulate nuclear bomb tests
Allen Stanford, the Texan financier who bankrolled English cricket, will spend the rest of his life in prison, a Houston judge ruled last night, sentencing the pyramid schemer to 110 years without parole.
The founder of The Huffington Post and BuzzFeed social media sites, refuses to rise to some provocative prodding from his great rival — well maybe, reports Stephen Foley
Is Ron Paul betraying the movement he built?
It is the latest culinary invention to be hailed as the best thing since sliced bread: the non-stick ketchup bottle.