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Families have been forced out of their homes after a hillside started mysteriously swallowing them up.
Tim Cook has said Apple complies with the spirit and the letter of the law and denied the firm's tax regime is a "sham".
Details are emerging of how teachers saved the lives of their pupils during the devastating tornado in Oklahoma which claimed at least 24 lives.
A deer crashed through the windscreen of a moving bus and then erratically hopped around inside before stepping off.
Venezuelans have been hit by a chronic toilet paper shortage leading to empty supermarket shelves and long queues to snap up the remaining rolls.
A bear weighing nearly 300lb has been tranquillized and removed from a homeowner's backyard after it was discovered resting up a tree.
Dogs are well-known for being able to sniff out deadly explosives but they could have a rival in the future - honeybees.
The father of the first school children who lost their lives in the Oklahoma tornado to be named says he was just too late to save her.
Microsoft has debuted its new Xbox One, announcing that the company's first gaming console in eight years will come with exclusive video and software content.
Residents of Moore have begun returning to what is left of their homes after thel tornado that flattened entire neighbourhoods and claimed at least 24 lives.
An elderly woman whose home was destroyed by the Oklahoma tornado found her pet dog among the rubble during a live TV interview.
Europe's Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley will have three wildcard picks instead of two when they face the USA at Gleneagles next year.
Prince Charles and Prince William have accused the growing middle class desire for "exotic products" of being the main cause behind a 3,000% increase in illegal wildlife trade.
The family of a woman who was strangled after being left in the clutches of a convicted murderer plan to sue the police over a catalogue of blunders.
Researchers estimate nearly half of cot death cases could be prevented if parents only brought children into their beds for comfort and feeding, not sleeping.