Wednesday, December 23, 2015

23-Dec-2015 00:29

The anchorman and the inmates :: After 40 years in television, Bill Proctor could have spent his retirement out of the spotlight. Instead, he has been trying to track a killer.

Greybull Capital favourite to buy Tata Steel's UK-based unit - sources :: url:

Blatter and Platini banned by FIFA for eight years :: url:

Motorbike suicide bomber kills six U.S. troops in Afghanistan :: url:

Fed raises interest rates, citing ongoing U.S. recovery :: url:

Wall Street rallies on gradual Fed tightening, improving economy :: url:

U.S. tax, spending deal meets resistance from lawmakers :: url:

Dual citizens fight new US visa rules :: US visa restrictions could hurt world travellers

Christmas dinner 'to cost less in 2015' :: Why your Christmas dinner is cheaper this year

VIDEO: Heat drives koala to drink from gutter :: A very thirsty koala has been captured on camera drinking water from a drain in Adelaide, following four days of high temperatures.

Is it now or never for Wenger? :: Is it now or never for Arsenal's Wenger?

What could possibly go wrong on a spacewalk? :: Going on a spacewalk - what could possibly go wrong?

Quiz of the Year: 52 weeks 52 questions, part two :: What was Caitlyn Jenner forced to give up in 2015?

What was it that upset Charles Dickens? :: The anger that made Dickens write a Christmas classic

Travel Photographer of the Year 2015 :: Some of the winning entries in this year's competition

US wild bees decline as biofuels boom :: A new study says that wild bees in the US are declining in many areas because of increases in the amount of corn being grown for biofuel.

US rocket in historic upright landing :: US company SpaceX lands an unmanned rocket upright after putting satellites into orbit - the first time such a feat has been accomplished.

VIDEO: SpaceX rocket lands back on earth :: The private space technology company SpaceX successfully lands a rocket back on land after a mission into space.

Australia approves dredging for coal port near Barrier Reef :: url:

Asian shares rise as crude claws back some ground :: url:

China anti-terror law may restrict media reporting on attacks :: url:

Ford in talks with Google to build self-driving cars - Automotive News :: url:

New Zealand captain McCullum to retire from internationals :: url:

India pharma investors think small as U.S. compliance woes hit heavyweights :: url:

Iranian casualties rise in Syria as Revolutionary Guards ramp up role :: url:

Alcohol poisoning A&E visits 'double' :: Hospital visits for alcohol poisoning have doubled in six years, with the highest rate among girls and women aged 15 to 19, a report finds.

Assam's border farmers fenced in by changing climate conditions :: url:

Extreme weather poses increasing threat to US power grid :: WAVELAND, Miss. (AP) -- When Hurricane Katrina's punishing storm surge plowed ashore, it swamped seven of Coast Electric Power Association's substations, vital to powering thousands of Mississippi homes and businesses. The facilities have long since been repaired, but a decade after the storm they remain at the same elevation, and just as vulnerable to catastrophic hurricanes....

Meet the biggest fan of pantomime :: The man who watches 35 pantomimes every Christmas

Pupils' internet use to be monitored :: Schools in England will have to monitor students' internet use under plans to protect them from radicalisation, education secretary Nicky Morgan says.

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