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One is a real estate term. The other is a cookie. US Housing Secretary Ben Carson got them mixed up.
The BBC's Rajini Vaidyanathan on how the cult of personality unites the Indian PM and the US president.
The BBC met three mothers who have all had their children taken to Lebanon by their former partners.
A new film explores the little-known story of Germany's mixed-race population in the 1930s and 1940s.
Liat Malka was 35 and single when she decided she wanted a child. The sperm donor she found had died five years previously.
The show's actresses get considerably less time speaking on screen than the actors, data suggests.
Thirty-one years after he was left for dead, one of the taxi driver's victims has his day in court.
Under the new law, people can choose to have their body turned into soil after their death.
After a former Trump White House lawyer refuses a subpoena, more Democrats call for impeachment.
Alabama banned all abortions but what does that mean for women across the US going forward?
Nike and Adidas are among 170 firms who claim higher tariffs are 'catastrophic' for consumers.
Lions, tigers, zebras, bears, kangaroos and wolves are among the animals seized for relocation.
A patriotic song by a retired official, about the ongoing China-US trade war, goes viral.
Like giant lawnmowers, more than a dozen twisters hit Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas, including two at once.
Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has dismissed the allegations as a politically motivated "smokescreen".
The UN envoy says that unless the flow of arms to Libya stops there could be a descent into chaos.
Acting US defence secretary says US actions have halted potential attacks, without giving details.
The majority win for the incumbent government caps off an election which defied predictions.
More than 600 people, 75% them children, have been identified as HIV positive in less than a month.
Voice assistants need to be gender-neutral argues a UN study.