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The Hubble telescope, a collaboration between NASA and the European Space Agency, has been in space for 25 years.
Technology heavyweight IBM has reported lower profits in the first quarter following another drop in revenues, this time partly due to the strong US dollar.
A US mayor has promised to thoroughly investigate the death of an African American man who died after an arrest.
Kumara, a South American native that became a Kiwi favourite, has been naturally genetically modified with bacterial DNA, researchers have found.
Ethiopia's Lelisa Desisa has won the Boston Marathon title, winning his second crown in three years.
Another death involving US police officers is under investigation.
Tomorrow is the annual Boston Marathon, and the following day the man found guilty of bombing the race two years earlier will been sentenced.
Americans are commemorating the victims of the Oklahoma City bombing on the 20th anniversary of the tragedy that killed 168 people.
An American family visiting the zoo got the fright of their lives when a 220kg gorilla charged their three-year-old girl, cracking the glass designed to protect them.
Thousands of protesters in Europe oppose the world's biggest free trade pact between the US and European Union.
Tim McGraw has defended his decision to headline an upcoming benefit show for a charity set up following the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings.
Memphis police say an observant motorist helped them get a kid driver off the road before anyone was hurt.
Some early commuters in the American northwest have been confronted by an unusual road hazard – 20 million angry bees.
A gas line explosion in California has injured 11 people at a sheriff's gun range, police say.
A Texas veterinarian who apparently shot a domestic cat through the head with a bow and arrow has been sacked.
Three people were killed and others were injured when part of a nightclub collapsed during a concert by British punk band Doom Chile.
A car bomb blast near the US consulate in Iraq's autonomous Kurdish region has killed three people and wounded five, Kurdish officials say.
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