China regulator approves Apple's iPhone 6 for sale in China
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Apple Inc's (AAPL.O) iPhone 6 can now be sold in China, after the company received a license for the device to be used on China's wireless networks, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology said on its website on Tuesday.
Actor Tracy Morgan was not wearing seatbelt in crash, Wal-Mart says
Actor and comedian Tracy Morgan and others in his limousine were not wearing seat belts when their vehicle was struck by a Wal-Mart truck in a June highway accident, the retailer said on Monday.
At least 36 feared dead on Japanese volcano, search called off
At least 36 people are feared to have died after a Japanese volcano erupted without warning at the weekend, raining ash and stones on hikers, but the search for victims was abandoned on Monday because of fears of toxic gases.
Walking is the superfood of fitness, experts say
Walking may never become as trendy as CrossFit, as sexy as mud runs or as ego-boosting as Ironman races but for fitness experts who stress daily movement over workouts and an active lifestyle over weekends of warrior games, walking is a super star.
Stella McCartney goes airy for summer, Lagerfeld Barbie a hit at Paris Fashion Week
Oblong cut-outs, oversized buckles and a utilitarian aesthetic were the defining features of Stella McCartney's 2015 summer collection in Paris on Monday.
Anatomy of a Non-Denial Denial
The non-denial denial is an art that takes many forms in official Washington.
U.S. Supreme Court votes 5-4 to delay start of early Ohio voting
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday cut back on early voting in Ohio by preventing people from casting in-person ballots this week in the lead-up to the Nov. 4 midterm elections.
U.S. pending home sales fall more than expected in August
Contracts to purchase previously owned U.S. homes fell more than expected in August, pointing to a still shaky housing sector.
Astros name Hinch as new manager of struggling club
The Houston Astros have appointed A.J. Hinch as manager in place of Bo Porter, who was fired earlier this month, the Major League Baseball team said on Monday.
Inventor of World Wide Web warns of threat to internet
The British inventor of the World Wide Web warned on Saturday that the freedom of the internet is under threat by governments and corporations interested in controlling the web.
Fence-jumper ran through much of main floor of White House: report
The man who breached security at the White House this month overpowered a U.S. Secret Service officer and ran through much of the main floor, penetrating farther into the building than previously disclosed, the Washington Post reported on Monday, citing three people familiar with the incident.
Protesters stay out on Hong Kong streets, defying Beijing
Tens of thousands of pro-democracy protesters blocked Hong Kong streets in the early hours on Tuesday, maintaining pressure on China as it faces one of its biggest political challenges since the Tiananmen Square crackdown 25 years ago.
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