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Force is told to change its ways over policy that unfairly targets blacks and Hispanics
15-second adverts could be directly placed into users' news feeds 'no more than three times a day'
Bang With Friends CEO Colin Hodge claims the app now has more than 1.1 million users
Global tour for trademarks indicates an Apple smartwatch is in the works
New York City, home of the horn-leaning taxi driver and death-wish bicycle courier, has survived a second day on its version of London’s Boris Bikes. At the time of writing, there were no reported calamities involving the new swarm of 6,000 rental machines.
Collection of Jewish artefacts being sold off by hedge fund manager Michael Steinhardt
Reports of George Soros' death have been greatly exaggerated. But the financier is unlikely to be flattered after Reuters prematurely published an obituary which described him as "predatory".
Obama vowed to push for tighter gun-control laws in the wake Sandy Hook massacre
A Chinese manufacturing index signaled the first expansion in 13 months, adding to signs that economic growth is rebounding after a seven-quarter slowdown.
Li Keqiang, set to become China's premier in March, said the nation must deepen its rural-urban population shift to support growth while avoiding the economic stagnation associated with middle-income countries.
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.
China has denounced a report in The New York Times detailing the vast riches accumulated by Premier Wen Jiabao’s family, and today it blocked the newspaper’s English and Chinese language websites.
The New York Times Co. on Thursday tumbled the most in at least three decades after reporting a surprise loss on falling advertising sales, adding to the challenges for incoming Chief Executive Officer Mark Thompson.
Harvard's student magazine Harvard Voice is in trouble after after a nominally satirical piece winged straight into most readers' 'racist' file. Jezebel reports.
The problem with spreading privilege is that once spread, it ceases to be privilege