Uber CEO caught on video arguing over fares with driver
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- U.S. general: Russian warplanes accidentally bombed US-backed rebels in Syria
- Vice President Pence Swears in Wilbur Ross as US Commerce Secretary
- Calcutta Cup Jones says Scotland will have to justify 'big talk'
- Paris mayor fires back at Donald Trump
- Panneerselvam flays Stalin for seeking removal of Jaya pics
- Giraffe birth cam at NY zoo
- Pence visits vandalized cemetery in Missouri, condemns anti-Semitism
- Lisa Marie Presley's ex has spousal support request denied
- Next interest rate increase could come fairly soon
- THE PANDA HAS LANDED! DC's panda Bao Bao arrives in China
- Keyboard cover for Samsung Tab S3 shows up in new leaked images
- Iraq launches offensive to liberate western Mosul from Islamic State
- X-23 Spin-Off Movie Possible
- Joey Barton has his say over stamping controversy
March 03, 2017
The Election Centre: Modi Government's Benares Push
Modiji has lowered the dignity of the office of the Prime Minister that he holds and he should be ashamed about it. He told the people that he want to see London having coconut juice and using other "Made in Manipur" goods.
March 01, 2017
Telstra collaborates with Ericsson for transformation program called "Network of the Future"
To prepare the network for evolution to 5G, the companies will implement key technology enhancements included in 3GPP Release 13 and beyond.
March 01, 2017
Attorneys: 5 automakers knew Takata air bags were dangerous
According to the filing, an airbag from Takata was described as a "killing weapon" by one of the manufacturers as early as 2009. Takata's recall was the biggest in USA history, as it involves an expected 42 million vehicles and 69 million inflators.
February 28, 2017
Azerbaijan's forces destroy Armenian drone - defense ministry
The Azeri defense ministry said the clashes had occurred early on Saturday in the remote Khojavend and Fizuli regions. Lapshin is accused of violating Azerbaijani laws on state border in April 2011 and October 2012.
February 27, 2017
NASA officials discuss Trump's push for first-term moon mission
Trump and his team have yet to nominate anyone to run the agency, and NASA is now guided by acting administrator Robert Lightfoot, a civil servant.
February 25, 2017
Apple to launch lesser storage variants for iPhone 8
Apple is reportedly discussing with China's BOE Technology Group about the supply of OLED displays for its future iPhone products. Apple is rumored to be planning a huge event this fall - an event that'll mark the iPhone's 10th anniversary into the business.
February 25, 2017
Iceland's President Ensnared in Pizza-Topping Controversy
This may be down to his approachable style: Last summer, he was spotted picking up a Domino's pizza on his way home from work. Some found it too offensive to digest and others hailed him as " the leader we need " in these trying times.
February 24, 2017
Storm Doris: 12 amber alerts issued as United Kingdom blasted by gales
Energy authorities warned people to keep clear of broken power lines and poles and to be extra vigilant with children and pets. Orkney Council's ferry services - the MV Eynhallow and MV Shapinsay - also suffered major disruption.
February 22, 2017
Kraft Heinz Withdraws $143 Billion Unilever Acquisition Bid
The value of failed deals is likely to continue, bankers say, with companies still likely to seek ambitious acquisitions. In addition the aborted bid offer will increase the pressure on Unilever to improve its profit margins.
February 21, 2017
May's Brexit Law Hits the Lords, Where Opposition Seeks Changes
May would like to trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty by the end of March. We do need a revising chamber to scrutinise vital bills like this.