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Trump authorizes waiver to loosen shipping regulations for Puerto Rico

Washington (CNN)The White House has authorized a waiver to loosen shipping rules regarding Puerto Rico that island officials say would be a significant help for recovery efforts from Hurricane Maria.Acting Department of Homeland Security Secretary Elaine Duke said the waiver will be in effect for 10 days and will cover

Trump calls Facebook anti-Trump so it goes soft on him

Trump may have found a way to tie Facebook’s hands as it investigates Russian interference into the election. Without citing any evidence or even a reason, Donald Trump today declared that “Facebook was always anti-Trump”. That’s despite Trump’s campaign heavily relying on targeted Facebook ads during the election to

North Korea’s foreign minister: Trump has declared war on our country

Ri Yong-ho says in response to Donald Trumps comments North Korea has every right to make counter-measures, including shooting down US bombersNorth Korea has threatened to shoot down US bombers in international airspace, claiming that, with a weekend tweet, Donald Trump had declared war. The North Korean foreign minister Ri

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Microsoft Excel is about to get a lot smarter

Microsoft Excel users rejoice. Your favorite spreadsheet is about to get a lot smarter, thanks to the help of machine learning and a better connection to the outside world. As Jared Spataro, Microsoft’s general manager for Office, and Rob Howard, the company’s director of Office 365 ecosystem marketing, showed

Prince Harry meets lookalike in Canada

How Invictus Games 'brought me back'Another Twitter user posted a video of fans waiting to spot the prince outside a Toronto hotel, shouting "Harry!" when Mr Scotti walked through the doors. Mr Trudeau, walking behind him, goes almost unnoticed until he jokingly points to his photographer and

Gender pay gap widens for managers

The gap last year, under the old rules, stood at at 23.1%. The gender pay gap is even higher in the Midlands, where male managers earn an average of £42,745 - almost a third more than the £30,038 figure for their female equivalents. It is also above