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US Midwest, northeast brace for Arctic blast, record low temperatures

Monday 6 January '14

The arctic chill will affect everything from sports to schools to flights.
Boeing union approves contract tied to 777X

Sunday 5 January '14

Chicago-based Boeing had offered to keep the 777X in the region but sought two big deals.
From CBS to NYPD

Sunday 5 January '14

John Miller, the CBS News correspondent has formally resigned to rejoin the New York Police Department.
On all fours, worse to come

Sunday 5 January '14

England shot out for 155 in Sydney; Australia build 311-run lead by the end of Day Three, eye Ashes whitewash.
Great Train Robber Ronnie Biggs laid to rest, in style

Saturday 4 January '14

A hearse carrying Biggs was escorted by 13 bikers to London’s Golders Green Crematorium.
Snowstorm lashes northeast US, kills 9; closes roads, grounds flights

Saturday 4 January '14

Andrew Cuomo said, “People should seriously consider staying in their homes.”
Fans honour Schumacher on birthday

Saturday 4 January '14

Schumacher has been in a medically induced coma since Sunday.
Another rearguard rescue act

Saturday 4 January '14

Steve Smith makes 115, adding 128 with Haddin to take Australia to 326; Stokes ends with 6/99.
Late strikes by Bilawal Bhatti put Pakistan in pole

Friday 3 January '14

Paceman Shaminda Eranga finished with 3-80 while left-arm spinner Rangana Herath took 3-90.
Sharapova and Serena renew old rivalry in new year

Friday 3 January '14

The pair played back-to-back quarterfinals on center court Thursday.
Can 'super-sub' Ole Gunnar Solskjaer save Cardiff?

Friday 3 January '14

The 40-year-old left Molde in Norway to take over on a rolling contract at the Welsh club.
ICC aims to improve TV umpire technology

Thursday 2 January '14

The International Cricket Council is testing a new review system for TV umpires.
Macau casinos hit jackpot with $45 billion revenue

Thursday 2 January '14

Macau's take is estmated to be more than seven times the amount earned on the Las Vegas Strip.
Seasoned campaigners put Pakistan on top

Thursday 2 January '14

Misbah's and Khan's 218-run stand in 4 hours has placed Sri Lanka in a tight corner.
Rory McIlroy, Caroline Wozniacki in match-play, get engaged

Thursday 2 January '14

McIlroy is claiming his first win of the new year — his engagement to tennis star Wozniacki.
Anderson hits 36-ball ton, betters Afridi’s fastest-century record by a ball

Thursday 2 January '14

Overshadows Jesse Ryder, who in only his second match after comeback, makes sixth fastest ton; NZ hit 284/4 in 21 overs, 220 runs of which came in boundaries.
Bomb blast in Prague kills Palestinian ambassador to Czech Republic

Wednesday 1 January '14

The explosion occurred at the residence of the diplomat.
Michael Schumacher stable but brain injury still critical

Wednesday 1 January '14

Schumacher, who turns 45 on Friday, suffered critical head injuries when he fell and struck a rock.
In New Year message, N Korea warns of 'nuclear catastrophe'

Wednesday 1 January '14

Kim Jong Un struggling to establish the same absolute power that his father and grandfather enjoyed.
Junaid's five-for, Bilawal's three helps Pakistan restrict Sri Lanka to 204

Wednesday 1 January '14

Captain Angelo Mathews launched a counterattack by hitting 91 off 147 balls.

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