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A bride who stole up to £200,000 from her boss to fund her wedding, has been sentenced to 20 months in prison. 30-year-old Kirsty Lane admitted defrauding the company she worked for.
Researchers suggest a way to get a look at the Universe in its infancy, thanks to a quirk of light from those early days caused by dark matter.
Prime Minister David Cameron says the legal but aggressive tax avoidance scheme reportedly used by comedian Jimmy Carr is "not morally right".
This week sees the hundredth anniversary of the birth of Alan Turing, a man regarded as one of the most influential mathematicians of the 20th Century.
Joan Johnson-Freese says the danger for the U.S. is in ceding space exploration and leadership to China because it lacks patience
David Cameron has denied the UK is in a 1930s-style slump, but said more will done to get the economy moving.
The Football Association is fined 5,000 euros by Uefa for England fans' attempted pitch invasion in the Euro 2012 win over Sweden.
The US central bank extends its programme of swapping short-term bonds for longer-term ones to bring down the long-term cost of borrowing.
Odds-on favourite So You Think powers past the Queen's Carlton House to win the Prince of Wales's Stakes at Royal Ascot.
The Department of Regional Development loses a high-profile religious discrimination case at an industrial tribunal, which found evidence by Sinn Fein's Conor Murphy "implausible and lacking credibility".
President Obama takes the rare step of claiming executive privilege to withhold documents sought by lawmakers probing a botched sting operation.
The Red Cross says the Syrian government and rebel fighters have agreed a temporary truce to allow civilians to be evacuated from the city of Homs.
Microsoft details new features it will include in the next version of its smartphone operating system.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid doesn't answer a question posed to him by a reporter about the DREAM Act.
Italy midfielder Daniele De Rossi is looking forward to facing "idol" Steven Gerrard in Sunday's quarter-final with England.
A House committee began considering a contempt measure against Attorney General Eric Holder today even though President Obama asserted executive privilege over documents sought by the panel.
The Turkish military said it has carried out strikes on Kurdish rebel targets in Iraq, a day after 18 people died in fighting in south-east Turkey.
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