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Twitter Inc's average monthly active users stalled in the fourth quarter - the first flat quarter sequentially since the company listed in 2013, sending shares of Jack Dorsey's company tumbling.

Yellen: Fed not likely to reverse course on rates despite risks 4:59pm EST

WASHINGTON The Federal Reserve is unlikely to reverse its plan to raise interest rates further this year, but tighter credit markets, volatile financial markets, and uncertainty over Chinese economic growth have raised risks to the U.S. economy, Fed Chair Janet Yellen told U.S. lawmakers on Wednesday. | Video

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 

A man makes his way through rubble of damaged buildings in the Douma neighborhood of Damascus, Syria February 9, 2016. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh

Rebels demand U.S. intervention

LONDON/ONCUPINAR, Turkey - Rebel groups urged President Obama to do more to stop Russian bombing raids in Syria ahead of a new round of peace talks this week.  Full Article 

The John Amos coal-fired power plant is seen behind a home in Poca, West Virginia in this May 18, 2014 file photo.     REUTERS/Robert Galbraith/Files

White House undeterred by carbon ruling

WASHINGTON - The White House has promised it would be able to uphold U.S. commitments to an international climate change agreement, as a court ruling heightened concerns about the stability of the global carbon reduction pact reached last year.  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 

A U.S. Marines Corps personnel guides the media on board the USS Boxer LHD as a helicopter prepares for takeoff at a location off Goa in this October 29, 2006 file photo.    REUTERS/Prashanth Vishwanathan/Files

U.S. and India consider joint patrols

NEW DELHI - The United States and India have held talks about conducting joint naval patrols that a U.S. defense official said could include the disputed South China Sea, a move that would likely anger Beijing, which claims most of the waterway.  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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