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Tesla plans to halt production of its long-awaited Model 3 saloon on Tuesday in a bid to work out kinks that have slowed assembly of the car

Tesla plans to halt production of its long-awaited Model 3 saloon on Tuesday in a bid to work out kinks that have slowed assembly of the car, a criti(...)

Thick curtains or blackout blinds can also help induce sleep

1) Knowledge is power Key restorative processes take place while we are asleep, yet a survey last year revealed one-third of Irish people get fewer t(...)

 Carl Tannenbaum,  Northern Trust, and Alan Ahearne,  of the Whitaker Institute at NUI Galway.

There are a few things we could do without ever hearing again. Top of the list is that multinationals don’t come here solely for tax purposes, but are(...)

Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive after testifying on Capitol Hill in Washington last week. A US federal judge has ruled the firm must face a class action lawsuit over facial recognition use

A US federal judge has ruled that Facebook must face a class action lawsuit alleging that the social network unlawfully used a facial recognition proc(...)

Facebook executives will apologise at an Oireachtas Committee  for  the transfer of  data  to third parties which was used for campaigning purposes. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

Facebook executives will apologise today at an Oireachtas Committee for a “huge violation of trust” that occurred when users data was transferred to t(...)

US president Donald Trump descends from Air Force One on arrival at Palm Beach International Airport in Florida en route to his Mar-a-Lago estate. Photograph: Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty

Donald Trump hit out at James Comey on Monday again following an explosive TV interview in which the former FBI director labelled the president “moral(...)

New political movements, such as French president Emmanuel Macron’s En Marche, are disparaged for their intellectual vacuity – until they win. Photograph: Charles Platiau via AP

If the worst thing that can happen to a new project is to be ignored, a party of the British centre ground has a chance, after all. The latest people(...)

An RAF Tornado takes off from a base in Akrotiri, Cyprus, to participate in joint operational strikes  by the US, France and Britain in Syria. Photograph: Mod via AP

British prime minister Theresa May has defended her decision to launch air strikes against Syria without prior parliamentary approval, describing the (...)

The  Kremlin:  trying to penetrate their computer networks in the West.  Photograph: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg

The United States and Britain on Monday issued a first-of-its-kind joint warning about Russian cyberattacks against government and private organisatio(...)

Britain’s prime minister Theresa May  in the House of Commons yesterday.

Chemical weapons have been used more than 50 times in Syria’s ghastly civil war, according to international investigators, only occasionally attractin(...)

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