Sport NASCAR team owner Gene Haas could launch a bid for a place on the F1 grid

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Nascar legend Dick Trickle kills himself after warning police about body

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Mind-reading rodents: Scientists show 'telepathic' rats can communicate using brain-to-brain

Scientists also claim wires connecting one rodent to another can allow communication spanning continents via the internet

Transatlantic air fares set to rise following merger between American Airlines and US Airways

Transatlantic air fares are set to rise following the merger between American Airlines and US Airways.

Newtown massacre: US races to stock up on weapons ahead of potential new federal ban

Rather than recoiling from the gun, Americans are emptying stores of ‘sporting rifles’ while online prices soar

New technology can improve public WiFi connections by 700 per cent

WiFox performs more efficiently when more people are logged on

Victory for Barack Obama

Obama picks up split Flordia

The last state in the 2012 presidential race has been called, with Florida going narrowly to President Obama.

US agents arrest 34 white supremacists

Federal agents arrested dozens of members of the white supremacist Aryan Brotherhood of Texas on Friday and charged them with murder, kidnapping, racketeering and conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine and cocaine

Black voters were crucial in swing states

Black voters turn out strongly in swing states

For many African Americans, this election was not just about holding on to history, but also confronting what they perceived as a shadowy campaign to suppress the black vote.

President Obama: Attacked for his support of same-sex marriage

Black preacher spreads the word... against Barack Obama

Shortly before noon on Sunday, most of the swaying and singing had subsided at the Upper Room Church of God in Christ in Raleigh, North Carolina, and the Rev. Patrick Wooden began his sermon

Hurricane Sandy, pictured at 1740 UTC, churns off the east coast as it moves north

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Hurricane Sandy has already battered the Caribbean, with winds topping 100mph, killing 66 people. Today it is forecast to make it's way across the east coast of the US.

Edwin Wilson: CIA officer who made millions from spying

Edwin Wilson was a CIA officer who fronted companies for the purposes of spying, while making millions of dollars. Eventually branded a traitor, he served more than two decades in prison before a federal judge overturned his conviction for selling explosives to Libya.

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Rain delay for Garcia Ryder bid

Sergio Garcia's bid for the win that would seal his sixth Ryder Cup cap was delayed by heavy rain in Greensboro, North Carolina, last night.

Wisconsin Sikh temple gunman shot and killed himself according to FBI

The gunman who killed six people at a Sikh temple in the US died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head after he was shot by police, the FBI announced today.

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