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US food giant Kraft recalls 6.5 million boxes of macaroni and cheese after consumers reported finding metal fragments in some containers.
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Smithsonian Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC has created an exhibit about the unique images and objects that brought us the first close up photos of space.
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Lufthansa pilots have called for a new, second strike on Thursday, following a planned action on Wednesday, potentially disrupting thousands of passengers.
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Chinese designers take on the West
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Can China build a fashion industry of its own to rival that of the West?
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A Starbucks PR campaign to unite customers with conversations about race appears to have backfired, as the company's big roll-out was mocked on Twitter.
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Buzz Aldrin, the second man to step foot on the moon, has sent a 'message to the Red Planet' from Stonehenge.
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UK government finances will look £6bn rosier around the Budget when projections of lower oil prices dragging on inflation are taken into account.
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A former senior trader at Rabobank is banned from working in the City following a US criminal conviction for interest rate-rigging.
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Scientists obtain the most detailed views yet of ice deposits inside the permanently shadowed craters at Mercury's north pole.
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Everybody knows that most women go a little crazy right before they get their period, that their reproductive hormones cause their emotions to fluctuate wildly. Except: There's very little scientific consensus about premenstrual syndrome. Says psychologist Robyn Stein DeLuca, science doesn't agree on the definition, cause, treatment or even existence of PMS. She explores what we know and don't know about it -- and why the popular myth has persisted.
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The latest inflation basket shows that yoghurt drinks and sat-navs are out and protein powders and craft beers are in.
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A new method of 3D printing that uses light and oxygen to 'grow' solid objects was inspired by the Terminator 2 film.
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World Rugby boss Brett Gosper says a future rugby union World Cup could enlarge the number of teams taking part as the sport grows around the world.
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France and Germany are to join the UK in becoming members of the Chinese-led Asian development bank, it has emerged.
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Mortgage lending to home buyers went through an unexpectedly large dip at the start of the year.
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Using brain scans, neuroscientists describe how recalling a particular memory can cause us to forget a related one.
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Nintendo is collaborating with Japanese developer DeNA to create new games for smartphones, the firm has announced.
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Trinity Mirror - the publisher of the Daily Mirror and the Sunday Mirror - says it is considering a bid for certain Northern & Shell assets.
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Online takeaway service Just Eat has seen revenues rocket after it processed £1bn worth of orders last year.
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E-cigarettes and specialist "craft" beers have been added to the basket of goods and services used to measure UK inflation.
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Sony revises its third-quarter operating profit up thanks to stronger-than-expected results from its US film studio.
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With new pension rules coming into force in April, many people still do not know what the changes will mean for them, as Steph McGovern reports.
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Energy firms lift FTSE 100
17 Mar 2015 9:25:33
The FTSE 100 rises, with shares in energy-related companies climbing despite the weak oil price.
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Sainsbury's says it expects the market to "remain challenging for the foreseeable future" after reporting a drop in like-for-like sales for a fifth consecutive quarter.
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