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The majority shareholder in Brazilian firm JBS is paying for its part in two corruption scandals.
Sean Spicer says a "small group of people" understood a tweet that baffled and amused the internet.
The statement backing the Paris climate deal is seen as a snub to Trump, who is mulling a pullout.
Can you spell "impressive"? Edith Fuller is the youngest contestant of a major US spelling bee.
Lead actress Gal Gadot is Israeli and a former soldier, prompting the ban hours before premiere.
Rachel Rickert, 27, says she was sacked from an auto show when it emerged that she had her period.
Police are looking at CCTV video to try to identify the vandal, whose graffiti has been covered up.
Comedienne Kathy Griffin will no longer host CNN's New Year show after a severed head photo.
The Malaysia Airlines jet returned to Melbourne after a passenger tried to get into the cockpit.
A massive truck bomb rocked the diplomatic area of the Afghan capital, killing at least 90 people.
Dion Leonard and Gobi the dog became inseparable during a gruelling desert race in China.
Xavier Jugelé, who was shot dead by a jihadist in April, is married posthumously to his gay partner.
Jonathan Head looks at the rise of the Islamist Maute group, following fierce clashes on Mindanao.
Amnesty International said the charges against Waad were "baseless and absurd".