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Bow down to your squires and say hello to Victorian philanthropy 2.0
Mayor of New York says Britain had yet to catch up with American idea of large-scale giving
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Obama vowed to push for tighter gun-control laws in the wake Sandy Hook massacre
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Rather than recoiling from the gun, Americans are emptying stores of ‘sporting rifles’ while online prices soar
Report claims United owner owner Malcolm Glazer initially did not disclose the true state of the finances before its recent initial public offering
A winter storm brought gusting winds, rain, snow and the threat of flooding to America's north-east coast, menacing travellers with icy roads, snarling a railway line - and knocking out power to thousands who only recently got it back after Superstorm Sandy.
Mere days after a devastating superstorm swept through the region, leaving a trail of destruction behind it, the residents of New York and New Jersey are facing another crisis.
But there are less dramatic examples that make a strong case too