'Bohemian Rhapsody' takes upset win at Golden Globes

'Bohemian Rhapsody' takes upset win at Golden Globes

Queen musical "Bohemian Rhapsody" and U.S. segregation-era comedy "Green Book" take home the top Golden Globes on Sunday during a night of upsets. Presumed favorite "A Star Is Born" wound up largely shut out, and Netflix won big.
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ISIS-claimed attack kills U.S. troops in Syria

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Many coffee species threatened with extinction - scientists

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British PM May's government survives no confidence vote

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Snap shares hit by second CFO exit in a year

Snap shares hit by second CFO exit in a year

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Brexit chaos threatens expats' Spanish paradise

Brexit chaos threatens expats' Spanish paradise

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Controlled explosions trigger avalanches in Swiss Alps

Controlled explosions trigger avalanches in Swiss Alps

Video filmed from helicopter shows a series of explosive-controlled avalanches along a mountain ridge in Switzerland.
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Zimbabwean police arrest activist pastor as fuel protests enter third day

Zimbabwean police arrest activist pastor as fuel protests enter third day

Armed Zimbabwean police arrested a political activist at his home on Wednesday (January 16), his lawyer said, the third day of protests against fuel price hikes as businesses and schools stayed closed and networks enforced a government internet shutd
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McDonald's loses 'Big Mac' case against Irish rival

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Senators to grill Trump's new EPA pick

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Democratic lawmakers will grill U.S. President Donald Trump's new pick to run the Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday over his past coal lobbying, but have little hope of blocking his confirmation in the Republican-controlled Senate.
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UK: markets muted on May Brexit defeat, but angst over path ahead

UK: markets muted on May Brexit defeat, but angst over path ahead

Sterling rose unexpectedly after Prime Minister Theresa May's EU deal suffered an overwhelming defeat in parliament, and London shares showed only a muted reaction. But as David Pollard reports, finance leaders are demanding action, fast, to ensure
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Europe markets calm after Brexit deal defeat, leaders urge Britain to find way forward

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Huawei's founder denies his company spies for China

Huawei's founder denies his company spies for China

Huawei's founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei on Tuesday rejected claims his company is used by the Chinese government to spy, but as Reuters Breakingviews columnist Chris Beddor explains, it may take more than a public declaration of innocence to clear the
Theresa May suffers historic defeat after parliament rejects Brexit deal

Theresa May suffers historic defeat after parliament rejects Brexit deal

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May fights new confidence vote amid Brexit bedlam

May fights new confidence vote amid Brexit bedlam

The British prime minister's government faces a no-confidence vote on Wednesday (January 16) after Theresa May's Brexit divorce deal was defeated by a crushing margin, triggering political chaos that could lead to a disorderly exit from the EU or eve