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The White House says it is looking into a email hack after an apparent scan of Michelle Obama's passport was published online.
Facebook has overestimated how much video people have watched for the last two years, the company has admitted.
The FBI says it is gathering information about an alleged incident involving Brad Pitt and his children aboard a private flight last week.
Islamists win seats in Jordan's parliament after years of boycott, in polls which also elected record numbers of female MPs.
For the first time, Chinese companies invest more abroad than foreign companies invest in China, data for 2015 shows.
Playlists have surpassed albums as a listening format for music fans, according to a music industry study.
Meet violinist Maria Francisca Rocca Arbelaez from Colombia, who spends all her time in a Lesbos migrant camp teaching children there how to play.
The bodies of eight firefighters killed in a huge Moscow warehouse blaze are discovered, after they had led more than 100 workers to safety.
The president of Myanmar orders an investigation into the case of two girls who say they were kept prisoners and tortured for five years in a tailor shop.
Aleem Maqbool has been crossing the northern USA by train, hearing from voters about some of the biggest issues ahead of November's election.
Flu carried by migratory birds poses a risk to penguins living in Antarctica, scientists warn.
The full orchestral score of Gilbert and Sullivan's The Yeomen of the Guard is published for the first time, 128 years after it was written.
A banned Aussie Rules player sparked confusion and praise when he made his comeback speech in a hat emblazoned with the word "feminist".
An Italian driver races China's Tongtian Road, considered one of the world's most dangerous, in record time.
Yahoo says 'state-sponsored' hackers stole information from about 500 million users in 2014 in what appears to be the largest publicly disclosed cyber-breach in history.
A police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black motorist in Tulsa, Oklahoma, is charged with manslaughter, as protesters gather in Charlotte again.
An Australian Jetstar plane to Cairns is forced to divert to Brisbane after a "technical fault" fills the cabin with smoke.
An Australian woman calls in wildlife wranglers to evict a 1m-long "horny and hungry" venomous eastern brown snake from her Ugg boot.
Hundreds of Malaysians have banded together to help an elderly cancer-stricken soft toy seller, whose story went viral on Facebook.
A French-American man who helped stop a heavily armed gunman on a train in 2015 receives France's highest award.