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The woman driving the car had not touched the steering wheel for over a minute before her Tesla Model S crashed into a truck.
Former ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson was U.S. secretary of state before being fired over Twitter by President Donald Trump.
A CNN investigation uncovered more than 100 sexual assault accusations against Uber drivers.
The U.S. embassy in Israel was moved to Jerusalem on the same day as dozens of Palestinians were killed in Gaza by Israeli forces.
The idea is to break electric cars out of the early adopter niche, in which they are charged slowly overnight at home and used for short commutes.
Facebook suspends apps pending 'thorough investigation' following the Cambridge Analytica revelations
Trump's unexpected announcement Sunday about ZTE came as the two countries prepared to continue trade talks in Washington this week.
Snoopy and other Peanuts characters are extremely popular in Japan, featured in a variety of everyday goods from T-shirts to plastic chopsticks.
Journalists from the United States, South Korea, China, Russia and Britain have been invited to inspect the process.
The Cullinan, named for the diamond in Britain's Crown Jewels, carries a £250,000 ($325,000) price tag
Coffee shop giant was humiliated after arrest of black man who asked to use the toilet in Philadelphia outlet went viral.
Bank boss has apologised for his conduct, stressing his was a "honest" mistake.
The British government could soon now sell its 72pc stake in Royal Bank of Scotland.
The U.S. Commerce Department has imposed a seven-year sales ban on ZTE in a case involving exports of telecom gear to Iran and North Korea.
Anti-abortion groups based in the United States are among the organizations that have bought online ads in Ireland during the referendum campaign.
Flipkart is established more than 800 Indian cities and makes 500,000 deliveries daily.
Trump's decision on Iran means companies worldwide must stop doing business with the country or run afoul of the U.S. government.
U.S. officials visited Beijing last week for talks on cooling rising tensions between the world's two largest economies.
Facebook has vowed to improve its transparency after revelations that political consultancy Cambridge Analytica harvested users' data.
Splits within British government deepen over the UK's future economic relationship with the European Union.