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Every year you age, health care technology changes — usually for the better, but always at higher cost.
Liberty Media, which acquired the series last week, appointed the 21st Century Fox executive Chase Carey as Ecclestone’s replacement.
Here's a round-up of the surprises and talking points from this year's Oscar nominations list.
Brexit victor says no government is above the law and some politicians are still "twisting the truth".
Households without mains electricity in rural areas of Kenya can now receive solar-powered satellite TV.
2017 has been "doubleplusgood" for sales of George Orwell's "1984."
Scientists have created bacteria that thrive using an expanded "genetic alphabet".
Isle of Man politicians vote in favour of reopening the debate on reforming Isle of Man abortion laws.
As Donald Trump is immortalised in wax upon moving into the White House, here is a look at what happens to waxworks of former presidents when they leave office.
The tenor of the White House meeting with the chief executives of the three Detroit automakers appeared far more cooperative than adversarial.
As he tosses aside decades of American trade policy, President Trump could also go his own way on other issues with China, including Taiwan and the South China Sea.
Manchester United are making progress under Jose Mourinho and are "unlucky" not to be challenging Chelsea, says Sir Alex Ferguson.
A boy's balloon released in Dundee has been found 370 miles (595km) away.
Washington state police officer Tim Schwering managed to smash through the window of a burning car to free a woman trapped inside.
Rolf Harris's defence team says he was wrongly convicted at his first trial and will not give evidence.
After the #OscarsSoWhite controversies of the last two years, 2017 promises to be a more diverse affair.
Sen. Lamar Alexander rejected a Democrat's request for a second hearing with Betsy DeVos on Monday, sparing Trump's pick for secretary of education from what would surely be a contentious hearing.
Iraqi forces have liberated the eastern half of Mosul from ISIS' grip, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi reported Tuesday on state television.
Republican Sen. Lindsay Graham of South Carolina tells CNN that President Trump's inability to let go of false election fraud claims will "erode his ability to govern."
President Donald Trump signed executive actions to advance approval of the Keystone XL and Dakota Access oil pipelines, he announced from the White House on Tuesday.
British number one Johanna Konta takes on Serena Williams against the background of upheaval and new pressures, writes Russell Fuller.
Carl Frampton plans to emphasise his growing status in boxing by beating Leo Santa Cruz for a second time this weekend says BBC Sport NI's Thomas Kane.
Diversity in the 2017 Oscar nominations and how it compares to last year's crop.
An emergency helicopter crashed in the mountains of central Italy Tuesday, killing at least six people.
A paratrooper and stuntman share their advice: Be like a toddler.
Only 12 performers have won an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and a Tony. Mr. Miranda is poised to become the next.
The new president continued dismantling his predecessor’s policies by clearing the way for a project at the heart of the battle over climate change.
Mr. Biden has kept his indelible link, forged by family and framed by tragedy, to the nation’s second-smallest state.
The resignation adds to the uncertainty facing the renovation of the orchestra’s home, David Geffen Hall, which is expected to cost at least $500 million.
Maria Sibylla Merian captivated Europeans with her studies of insects, only to later have her work largely dismissed. Now, her findings are being celebrated again.
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