Antonio Vazquez, Mexico's self-styled 'Grand Warlock,' predicts that the Barack Obama will fail to regain the White House

Mexican Warlock spells end for Obama

Antonio Vazquez, Mexico's self-styled "Grand Warlock", has made his annual new year forecasts, including the prediction that the US President Barack Obama will fail to regain the White House.

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The much-loved Plough is riding high in the heavens.

230 million head home for Chinese New Year

Today is the busiest day of the year for China's transport networks as millions head home for the Lunar New Year.

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Whether you're a believer or a sceptic, the allure of horoscopes is hard to ignore. But new findings suggest there may be more to the zodiac than meets the eye. By Genevieve Roberts

Telescope captures new image of star nursery

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Deborah Ross: Your future is written in the stars (and below)

If you ask me...

'Secretly' resolved MP expenses cases revealed

Details of dozens of complaints against MPs that have been "secretly" resolved over recent years were finally published today.

The Stars: December

After midnight on 13 December, look out for what promises to be the year's best meteor shower.

The Stars: November

The barren skies of late autumn are with us again.

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Astronomers excited by world 120,000 billion miles away in the Libra constellation

Leading article: Rife for life

For anyone living in the twilight world of the Earth, there must be something very reassuring about the discovery of a planet which could hold life in a zone between dark and light, hot and cold. It is in this intermediate part, say the scientists, that conditions could be right to provide the water and atmosphere necessary for life. Not necessarily a nice place to live or with beings to inhabit it, add the astronomers. But life nonetheless.

The Stars: October

A comet is coming to sky near you, later this month.

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