A heroic policeman who swapped himself for a hostage has died in hospsital after being shot by a gunman who killed three people in a shooting spree French President Emmanuel Macron branded “an Islamist terrorist attack”.
British regulators on Friday began searching the London offices of Cambridge Analytica (CA), the scandal-hit communications firm at the heart of the Facebook data scandal, shortly after a judge approved a search warrant.
By tapping conservative firebrand John Bolton as his national security chief and hardliner Mike Pompeo as his top diplomat, US President Donald Trump has dramatically raised the stakes in world affairs.
A teenage girl wounded in a school shooting in Maryland is brain dead and will be removed from life support, her family said.
The Plank of Death is 100 metres above the ground – with nowhere to hold.
A vet told the court the hanging would have caused the animal great fear, stress and unnecessary suffering
North Korea on Saturday agreed to hold high-level talks next week with Seoul to discuss logistics for a rare inter-Korean summit, the South’s Unification Ministry said.
Amsterdam police said on Friday they had arrested almost 100 England football supporters ahead of a friendly international against the Netherlands, with videos posted online showing crowds packing the narrow streets and bridges in the canal city, singing and cheering.
US President Donald Trump late Friday rolled back his blanket ban on transgender people serving in the military — but they will still face major restrictions in the American armed forces.
The US and China’s top economic officials agreed by phone Saturday to “continue to communicate” on trade issues, Chinese state media said, as President Donald Trump pledged his escalating trade showdown would get results despite pushback from Europe and Beijing.
At least 135 short-finned pilot whales died Friday after a mass beaching in Australia as rescuers worked to herd those still alive back out to sea.