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Launch in August of nuclear-capable rocket that circled the globe took US intelligence by surprise
Kyrsten Sinema and Joe Manchin took in big hauls from energy, pharmaceutical and financial services industries
Colleges benefiting from surging asset prices pledge to share proceeds with students and staff
Suspension of shipments following mad cow cases threatens $4bn a year trade
TV scriptwriters awarded Spain’s Planeta prize for their work under the pseudonym Carmen Mola
Geographic luck, not culture, distinguishes the ‘Five Eyes’ from much of the world
Deaths and hospital admissions remain stubbornly high in Britain as the continent reports record lows
Whitehall official confirms Ali Harbi Ali is being held following stabbing police say was a terrorist attack
Investigation into devastating 2020 blast threatens to reignite civil-war rivalries after Hizbollah show of force
Electric carmaker offers sneak peek inside delayed plant being built in a forest outside Berlin
Report alleging companies ‘curry favour’ by buying debt ratings called ‘flawed’ by benchmark compiler
MI5 supporting Met investigation as London addresses searched for potential link to Islamist extremism
Record profits cap week of similar results at Citigroup, Morgan Stanley and BofA, driven by dealmaking rush
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Panel recommends third jabs for vulnerable people in step towards expanding US rollout of extra doses
Move seeks to suspend enforcement of regulation which effectively outlaws the procedure after 6 weeks
Democrats face tough trade-offs as they try to winnow ambitious package to please centrists
A lack of transparency helped Sars-Cov-2 spread. Scrutiny and shared safety standards are humanity’s best defence
Government to publish fresh details of decarbonisation plan and funding model as early as next week
Halt to services could throw forthcoming global climate talks in Glasgow into chaos
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Raheem Sterling wants to leave Man City, RedBird invests in LeBron’s SpringHill, and more.
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Deadline for securities regulator to object to the first of the new vehicles will expire next week
The loan-backed securities will be pegged to a new interest rate benchmark from 2022
Copper back above $10,000 a tonne while zinc hits near 15-year high
A one-stop cooking pot, a coffee machine that talks – and more
After breaking a contract by speaking out on discrimination, Ifeoma Ozoma penned a law to help others do the same
US seeks ‘near-term progress’ after sharing information on Russian hackers with Kremlin