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Twitter disappointed investors again, saying it saw no growth in average monthly active users in the fourth quarter - the first flat quarter sequentially since the company's 2013 initial public offering.

U.S. Justice Dept. sues Ferguson, Missouri, over police reforms 5:55pm EST

FERGUSON, Mo./WASHINGTON The U.S. Justice Department filed a civil rights lawsuit against Ferguson, Missouri, on Wednesday to enforce a police and court reform plan after the city said it wanted to amend some aspects of a consent decree it had reached with the federal agency.

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders (R) meets with the Rev. Al Sharpton at Sylvia's Restaurant in the Harlem section of New York, February 10, 2016. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

Breakfast in Harlem

MANCHESTER, N.H. - Sanders' meeting with one of America's most prominent civil rights activists, Al Sharpton, marked a recognition that his campaign must swiftly broaden its base of support if the Vermont senator wants a chance at winning the White House.  Full Article 

U.S. Federal Reserve Board Chair Janet Yellen testifies at the House Financial Services Committee in Washington February 10, 2016. REUTERS/Gary Cameron

Fed not likely to reverse course on rates: Yellen

WASHINGTON - Janet Yellen said the Federal Reserve is unlikely to reverse its plan to raise interest rates further this year despite risks posed by tighter credit markets, volatile financial markets, and uncertainty over Chinese economic growth.   Full Article 

Stalls are seen on a street beside damaged buildings in the rebel held al-Shaar neighborhood of Aleppo, Syria, February 10, 2016. REUTERS/Abdalrhman Ismail

Russia proposes Syria truce in March

UNITED NATIONS/DAMASCUS/ONCUPINAR, Turkey - World powers pressed Russia to stop bombing around Aleppo in support of Syria's government and a Western official said Moscow had presented a proposal envisaging a truce in three weeks' time.  Full Article 

The headquarters of German luxury carmaker BMW is pictured in Munich, southern Germany, January 26, 2016.   REUTERS/Michael Dalder

Major German carmakers recall U.S. vehicles

FRANKFURT/WASHINGTON - The three largest German automakers said they will recall 2.5 million vehicles in the U.S. equipped with Takata air bags in a long-running safety crisis involving the Japanese supplier.  Full Article 

Journalists take a test drive in a self-driving Lexus SUV during a media preview of Google's prototype autonomous vehicles in Moutain View, California September 29, 2015.  REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage

Google says self-driving cars need regulation

WASHINGTON/DETROIT - Alphabet Inc's Google unit told U.S. auto safety regulators that the government's interpretation of motor vehicle safety rules is "extremely important" to its further development of fully self-driving cars.  Full Article 


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Cheeky Monkey sets Chinese New Year tone

As Chinese communities celebrate the start of the year of the monkey, masters of the ancient art of Feng Shui expect plenty of fun, and mischief ahead. Tara Joseph reports.

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