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Matthew E. White at Shepherds Bush Empire, London

Music review: Matthew E. White - A half empty Shepherd's Bush Empire wasn't quite ready for the country, but spirits were undimmed

Matthew E. White’s music is a home-brewed synthesis of the most comforting music of the early 1970s: gospel, symphonic soul, rock, country and jazz taken at the comfortable lope the second song tonight calls “Steady Pace”.

A police sketch of the suspect

Ciudad Juarez killer ‘Diana the Huntress’ targets bus drivers in Mexico

A black-clad female vigilante is said to have shot dead two men in revenge for past sexual assaults

Dr. Erin Kimmerle exhumes a grave at the Boot Hill cemetery

Bones unearthed in search at former Florida boys reform school

Teams of searchers recovered human bones from the sands of Florida Panhandle woodlands on Saturday in a “boot hill” graveyard where juveniles who disappeared from a notorious Old South reform school more than a half-century ago are believed to have been secretly buried.

Major Nidal Hasan shot dead 13 comrades at Fort Hood, Texas

Fort Hood killer sentenced to death by military court

Major Nidal Hasan shot 13 people dead in 2009 rampage

Matthew McConaughey: The pair are great friends so he’d have the inside scoop on what makes him tick. They’re often seen jogging together... topless. Lads. 5-1

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Based on a true story, the film follows a Texan electrician who is diagnosed with HIV and begins smuggling alternative preventative drugs into the US 

Nasa's Voyager 1 may have left the solar system after 36 years in space

Nasa's Voyager 1 may have crossed into interstellar space last year to become the first man-made object to leave the solar system, if new research proves correct.

Fred C Dobbs offers brilliantly crafted, summer rock'n'roll

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A pile of Bitcoins are shown here after Software engineer Mike Caldwell minted them in his shop on April 26, 2013 in Sandy, Utah. Bitcoin is an experimental digital currency used over the Internet that is gaining in popularity worldwide. (Photo by George Frey/Getty Images

Bitcoin is a currency, rules US judge

Ruling means suspected fraudster dealing in virtual currency can be charged

Ms Clinton said anyone who believed that racial discrimination was no longer a problem in US elections 'must not be paying attention'

Hillary Clinton attacks US Supreme Court ruling on voters’ rights

Speech is first high-profile engagement since leaving State Department

Shares of both airlines plunged on news of the lawsuit

US government moves to block $11bn American Airlines-US Airways merger

Deal would leave four airlines in control of 80% of American commercial air travel market - leading to fears over higher fares and fees

NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden reportedly used a Lavabit account to tell human rights campaigners about the Moscow airport press conference last month

Secure email service 'used by Edward Snowden' shuts down in protest against snooping

Lavabit founder and CEO says no one should trust their private data to a US internet service provider

The former US Army psychiatrist, Nidal Hasan, is a Muslim born in Virginia to Palestinian parents who emigrated from the West Bank

Trial in jeopardy as lawyers claim Fort Hood killer has ‘death wish’

Judge orders legal team to continue helping Major Nidal Hasan lead his own defence in military trial

Johnny Depp starring as Tonto in 'The Lone Ranger' with Armie Hammer

Film review: The Lone Ranger - Gore Verbinski's western starring Johnny Depp is not as bad as American critics suggest

The Lone Ranger arrives in British cinemas trailing bad reviews and lousy American box-office figures in its wake. The film is already regarded as the come-uppance for director Gore Verbinski and producer Jerry Bruckheimer after their run of success with The Pirates Of The Caribbean movies.

The News Matrix: Wednesday 7 August 2013

Compromise with Spain, says Hain

Former US President George W Bush undergoes heart surgery

Doctors discovered the 67-year-old had cholesterol build-up causing a blockage in an artery

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