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Revealed: Trump's secret passions include KFC and Elton John - World News
Revealed: Trump's secret passions include KFC and Elton John 13 days ago
US President Donald Trump has a penchant for having his trousers steam-pressed while still wearing them, as he eats junk food such as KFC and plays Elton John songs at top volume.
Ex-Standford swimmer Brock Turner appeals sexual assault conviction -World News
Ex-Standford swimmer Brock Turner appeals sexual assault conviction 13 days ago
A former Stanford University swimmer who was found guilty of sexually assaulting an unconscious woman outside a campus fraternity party, is to appeal his conviction.
Trump launches stinging attack on FBI credibility -World News
Trump launches stinging attack on FBI credibility 13 days ago
US President Donald Trump launched a fresh attack on the FBI, saying its reputation "was in tatters".
Why Republicans cherish a tax bill that voters hate -World News
Why Republicans cherish a tax bill that voters hate 13 days ago
Congressional Republicans are about to pass - and US President Donald Trump is about to sign - a tax bill that violates Trump's campaign promises, does little for the middle class, ignores decades of party orthodoxy on tax cuts and is unpopular with voter
Kushner in rare public appearance to defend Israel policy -World News
Kushner in rare public appearance to defend Israel policy 13 days ago
Embattled presidential adviser Jared Kushner made a rare public appearance last night to deny that Donald Trump had decided to abandon decades of US policy and recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
Tillerson mixed messages leave European allies in despair -World News
Tillerson mixed messages leave European allies in despair 13 days ago
On the eve of his trip to Europe, Rex Tillerson gave a speech last week that European allies had waited months to hear: an "ironclad" promise of US support to its oldest allies.
One dead as man rams car into late-night crowd -World News
One dead as man rams car into late-night crowd 13 days ago
A local man angry about a parking dispute stabbed two people and then drove into a group of pedestrians on a New York pavement yesterday, leaving one person dead and several others injured, one critically.
Awards happy the president was a no-show -World News
Awards happy the president was a no-show 13 days ago
The organisers of the prestigious Kennedy Centre Honours say they are grateful Donald and Melania Trump refused to attend this year's awards after one honouree threatened a boycott.
Sex-claim Republican pulls ahead in race for Senate seat -World News
Sex-claim Republican pulls ahead in race for Senate seat 13 days ago
Under-fire Republican US Senate candidate Roy Moore led his Democratic opponent by six percentage points, according to a new poll, with most Alabama Republicans saying the allegations of sexual misconduct against him are false.
Huge Protests in Honduras as Contested Vote Crisis Escalates -World News
Huge Protests in Honduras as Contested Vote Crisis Escalates 13 days ago
Marchers demanded an impartial count of last week’s presidential vote as negotiations between the electoral commission and the opposition broke down.
Venezuela Plans a Cryptocurrency, Maduro Says -World News
Venezuela Plans a Cryptocurrency, Maduro Says 13 days ago
The “petro” will be used in the country’s fight against the Trump administration’s financial “blockade,” President Nicolas Maduro said.
U.S. Quits Migration Pact, Saying It Infringes on Sovereignty -World News
U.S. Quits Migration Pact, Saying It Infringes on Sovereignty 13 days ago
Critics said the Trump administration’s withdrawal from U.N. talks on the migration crisis had reinforced an image of renewed American isolationism.
Man stabs two and drives into group of pedestrians, killing one, in dispute over parking -World News
Man stabs two and drives into group of pedestrians, killing one, in dispute over parking 14 days ago
A man angry about a parking dispute stabbed two people and then drove into a group of pedestrians on a pavement on Sunday, leaving one person dead and several others injured, police said.
Canada’s Trudeau Steps Up on Trade, as America Under Trump Pulls Back -World News
Canada’s Trudeau Steps Up on Trade, as America Under Trump Pulls Back 14 days ago
Partly as insurance against Nafta’s collapse and perhaps a way to show Washington it has options, Canada is chasing after other free trade deals.
Trump buoyed by tax cuts vote but faces rising tide in Russia scandal -World News
Trump buoyed by tax cuts vote but faces rising tide in Russia scandal 14 days ago
Donald Trump took a giant step towards securing the biggest US tax cut in three decades, winning over the final Republican waverers in the Senate.
Trump says he had to fire Flynn for lies but 'there was nothing to hide' -World News
Trump says he had to fire Flynn for lies but 'there was nothing to hide' 15 days ago
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Saturday the actions of his former national security adviser Michael Flynn after the 2016 election were "lawful".
In a Venezuela Ravaged by Inflation, ‘A Race for Survival’ -World News
In a Venezuela Ravaged by Inflation, ‘A Race for Survival’ 15 days ago
Venezuelans of all classes have been hit hard by sharply rising costs, and the economic turmoil has turned the most basic tasks — like food shopping and commuting — into feats of endurance.
Honduras Declares Curfew as Protests Over Vote Count Continue -World News
Honduras Declares Curfew as Protests Over Vote Count Continue 15 days ago
The government ordered security forces on Friday to move against demonstrators demanding an impartial count of presidential election ballots.
Mexico’s Government Is Blocking Its Own Anti-Corruption Drive, Commissioners Say -World News
Mexico’s Government Is Blocking Its Own Anti-Corruption Drive, Commissioners Say 15 days ago
Members of the nation’s new system against graft, inaugurated by the president after several scandals, say they are routinely thwarted by the government.
Michael Flynn pleads guilty to lying on Russia, and is 'prepared to testify against Trump' -World News
Michael Flynn pleads guilty to lying on Russia, and is 'prepared to testify against Trump' 15 days ago
FORMER US national security adviser Michael Flynn pleaded has pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about his contacts with Russia, and he agreed to cooperate with prosecutors delving into the actions of President Donald Trump's inner circle before he took o
Republicans in last-ditch push to pass Trump's $1.4tn tax bill -World News
Republicans in last-ditch push to pass Trump's $1.4tn tax bill 15 days ago
Republicans used a burst of eleventh-hour horse-trading yesterday to edge a $1.4 trillion (€1.18tn) tax bill to the brink of Senate passage, as a party starved all year for a major legislative triumph took a giant step toward giving President Donald Tru
'Sorry, Trump - I'm not the PM' -World News
'Sorry, Trump - I'm not the PM' 15 days ago
An English woman says she is awaiting an apology from Donald Trump after he accidentally tweeted to her account while trying to get the attention of the British prime minister.
Trump's son-in-law 'directed ex-national security adviser to contact Russia' -World News
Trump's son-in-law 'directed ex-national security adviser to contact Russia' 15 days ago
Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner is the "very senior transition official" referred to in court papers filed in the case of Michael Flynn who has pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI, sources said.
Canada’s Supreme Court Backs Indigenous Rights in Dispute Over Yukon Wilderness -World News
Canada’s Supreme Court Backs Indigenous Rights in Dispute Over Yukon Wilderness 15 days ago
The ruling ends a yearslong legal battle over the fate of a pristine region.
Putting Australia in Its Place, Vanishing Ice: Canada Today -World News
Putting Australia in Its Place, Vanishing Ice: Canada Today 15 days ago
This week’s Canada Letter asks Canadian readers to take on their Australian counterparts in a challenge.