Drag this icon into taskbar to pin this page.
Drag this icon into taskbar to pin this page.
Close
Close
Close
Close

Legend

Region Cities
Loading data
We're sorry, there is no information available at this time.
Browse regions in

We're sorry, there is no information available at this time.

We're sorry, there is no information available at this time.
  • iMap

    provides data for US and Canada

  • FORECA

    provides data for non-US areas

Top Stories
  • Australian captain loses command after Indonesia incursion

    An Australian naval captain has been relieved of his command after his vessel was involved in an incursion into Indonesian waters while on border protection duty, the defence ministry said today. Six incursions took place during Australia's military-led Operation Sovereign Borders to deter asylum-seeker boats in December and January, leading...

  • Putin says Ukraine risks abyss, dialogue only solutionPutin says Ukraine risks abyss, dialogue only solution

    Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday accused Ukraine's new authorities of driving the country towards the abyss but said that dialogue was the only way out of the intensifying crisis.

  • Ukraine: Live ReportUkraine: Live Report

    09:27 GMT - 'Critical voices' - More from Stuart in Moscow: "In a bid to show some debate, the studio audience includes voices who have at times been critical of Putin.

  • Hulkenberg denies strike threat over wagesHulkenberg denies strike threat over wages

    Nico Hulkenberg on Thursday denied reports that F1 drivers were threatening to go on strike over unpaid salaries, but he called for quick action to resolve the problem.

  • Mexico frees 179 kidnapped Central America migrants

    Mexican troops have freed 179 undocumented Central America migrants bound for the United States, prosecutors said yesterday. Soldiers discovered the migrants in the northeastern state of Tamaulipas from April 9-13, the state prosecutor's office said. Five people handling the migrants, who were from Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador and...

  • SAP confirms 2014 forecasts after solid Q1SAP confirms 2014 forecasts after solid Q1

    German software giant SAP said Thursday it is sticking to its full-year forecasts for 2014 after profits rose slightly in the first quarter.

more...
Learn More
Close
Close
  • Drag MSN icon to Windows taskbar
  • Drag MSN icon to Windows taskbar
  • Drag MSN icon to Windows taskbar

Pin the News channel for quick access.


It's easy! Drag the MSN butterfly from:

  • The Pinning Bar
  • The web address box
  • Or, a browser tab

to the Windows taskbar at the bottom of your screen

  • Open your favourite sites quickly.

Advantages of pinning


Pinned pages quickly deliver the content you want most

  • Open your favourite MSN pages from the Windows taskbar without opening your browser first.
  • Use JumpList to go directly to key sections of MSN and get real-time notification of updates.
  • Pin as MSN section homepages - like Cars, Entertainment and Money - as you want.