Brexit: Theresa May to meet EU leaders in bid to rescue deal

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionTheresa May announces Tuesday’s planned Brexit deal will not go ahead: “I’ve listened very carefully” Theresa May will meet European leaders and EU officials later for talks aimed at rescuing her Brexit deal. She will hold talks with Dutch PM Mark Rutte and Germany’s Angela Merkel after…

Africa’s fashion millennials cash in on world’s internet addiction

Written by Nosmot Gbadamosi, CNN Contributors Henrik Pettersson, CNN An increasing number of designers on the continent are morphing from small tailor businesses into recognized and respected fashion houses, thanks to the internet. In 2014, when BeyoncĂ© was spotted wearing a skirt and jacket from South African brand Kisua, it sold out in days. The…

Cape Town Sevens: Fiji wins as USA tops standings for first time

It was Fiji’s first victory on South African soil since 2005 and comfortably the nation’s best showing in Cape Town having finished fifth in the two previous editions of the tournament. The USA was appearing in back-to-back finals for the first time ever having lost out to New Zealand in Dubai. But despite the defeat,…

How to check your medical records for dangerous errors

Two days after their arrival, Tidyman’s father fell, which hadn’t happened before, and went to a hospital for an evaluation. In the waiting room, Tidyman opened the folder. “Very soon I saw that there were pages and pages of notes that referred to a different person with the same name — a person whose medical…

Nissan to sell limited edition GT-R50 sports car for $1.1 million

The GT-R50 was first revealed as a concept car, but the reaction was so positive that the company has decided to make just 50 of them available to the public. While the original GT-R50 prototype was displayed in a gray and gold color scheme, buyers of these 710 horsepower production cars will be able to…

Google+ to shut down earlier than planned after second bug

In a blog post, the company said 52.5 million people were affected by a bug in a November software update. The latest bug allowed app developers to access profile information not marked public. App developers inadvertently had access to this data for six days. Google said it detected the issue during regular testing, and fixed…

US forces respond to Russia's military moves

The US military is deploying planes and warships in an effort to send signals to Russian President Vladimir Putin and his military that a red line could be drawn. CNN’s Brian Todd has the details. Source link

Holiday hospitalization carries higher risks, study says

“In taking care of patients who are admitted over the December holiday period, I had noticed, along with my colleagues — we all kind of had this anecdotal experience, or maybe just more of a myth — that discharging patients over the holidays was a little riskier,” said Dr. Lauren Lapointe-Shaw, one of the authors…

Sen. Chris Coons: Trump could be indicted after he leaves office

“The evidence that’s been presented in the Michael Cohen case — that the President directed him to engage in payments that were intended to influence the outcome of the election — really sharpens the President’s legal risk here,” Coons said, adding, “that might well form the basis for an indictment after the President leaves office.”…