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The US president is mulling using his powers to override Congress to build a wall along the border.
Natalya Veselnitskaya is accused of obstruction of justice in a tax fraud case from 2013.
Jaskirat Singh Sidhu pleads guilty to 29 charges of dangerous driving, causing death and bodily harm.
The woman, who has not been identified, had required round the clock care for over a decade.
The series which have caught listeners' imaginations may actually be impacting the stories they tell.
Iran stands accused of planning, or carrying out, assassinations on European soil.
As 2019 kicks off, famous faces are getting behind their favourite causes. But does it really work?
The US no longer ranks the EU alongside national leaders at diplomatic functions.
A fundraising page for a French ex-boxer filmed punching police is closed amid condemnation.
One of the girls convicted of trying to kill to impress Slender Man asks for sentence reduction.
Russian Orthodox leader Patriarch Kirill warns Antichrist could be "at the head of the worldwide web".
The North Korean leader is on a three-day visit to China to improve diplomatic relations.
Turkey's president bluntly rejects calls to guarantee the safety of Kurdish fighters in Syria.
A magazine apologises after ranking universities on how easy it is to convince students to have sex.
The Confederation of African Football names Egypt as the hosts of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations to replace Cameroon.
A 20-year-old is held over the leak of hundreds of politicians' information online.
President Trump will argue his case for the wall in his first primetime address from the Oval Office.
J.P. Bimeni's music is inspired by American soul and its impact on music in Burundi in the 1960s.
The federal government's decision to suspend him had led to accusations of overreach.
The organisers have cited higher security costs for the decision to cancel the 2019 parade.