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A modest and well-thumbed book of psalms printed in the New England wilderness by early colonists could become the most expensive written volume ever sold at auction.

First ever metal 3D printed gun manufactured in the US

The gun has fired over 600 rounds in testing and 'functions beautifully'

Devastation: The scene in Tacloban in central Philippines after it was hit by Haiyan

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Vietnam braces itself as the Philippines counts the cost of the typhoon

Too many teachers have no respect for authority, Sir Michael Wilshaw warns

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3.5 billion of the new notes have been produced, worth $350bn

US unveils new $100 bill to foil foreign counterfeiters

The US Federal Reserve has begun circulating new $100 notes, introducing new anti-counterfeiting features – including a distinctive splash of colour – that have been more than a decade in the making.

It’s a free, convenient life-saver. So why aren’t more people walking?

I walk because it’s how I like to commute, and if I don’t, I get sad and I can’t think: my brain works best at 3mph

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