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A team of paranormal investigators show how they hunt for ghosts at a suspected haunted restaurant in the US state of Maryland.
The Bank of England may cut UK interest rates to 0.25% on Thursday in what would be the first reduction for more than seven years.
The supply of homes on the market fell at its sharpest rate to date and buyer demand hit an eight-year low during the month of the Brexit vote.
Former Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond is to take over as Chancellor of the Exchequer from George Osborne, who has resigned from the government.
You might not have heard of Line, but the Japanese equivalent of Whatsapp is set to go public. Here's what you need to know about the company.
Can Japanese messaging service Line break into markets already dominated by WhatsApp, Facebook and WeChat?
Co-op Group is selling 298 of its smaller food stores to convenience retailer McColl's for £117m.
France calls on former European Commission head, Jose Manuel Barroso, not to take up job advising US investment bank Goldman Sachs on Brexit.
Amazon reveals it is developing personalised video ads that can be created on the fly to suit its shoppers' interest.