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Late night comedians poke fun at Omarosa Manigault Newman's media tour following her release of taped conversations with President Donald Trump and chief of staff John Kelly.
A hotly anticipated speech by a pro-Hong Kong independence activist went ahead Tuesday at the city's Foreign Correspondents' Club, amid government pressure and protests by pro-China groups.
Aretha Franklin is surrounded by those closest to her as the legendary singer receives hospice care.
Video captures the moment a car crashes into a security barrier outside the Houses of Parliament in London, in what police are treating as a terrorist incident.
The murder of three Russian journalists investigating the work of private military contractors in the Central African Republic is still shrouded in mystery.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced a boycott of American electronics Tuesday after US President Donald Trump's decision to hike tariffs on Turkish steel imports.
Turkey's national currency, the lira, has tumbled by nearly 40% against the US dollar so far this year.
One winter afternoon last year, Duane Engebretson sat in his stepdaughter's hospital room at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, trying to figure out how she could escape.
Fifty-seven cases of Ebola have been identified in the ongoing outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo, WHO said Tuesday.
Formula One is to lose one of its bona fide stars after two-time world champion Fernando Alonso announced he will not race in the sport next year.
Nebraska is scheduled to carry out its first execution using lethal injection in state history on Tuesday.
Venezuela's attorney general said Tuesday that two high-ranking military officers have been detained in the investigation into an alleged drone attack against President Nicolas Maduro.
Ethan Sonneborn is 14, and he wants to be the next governor of Vermont. Vermont and Kansas are the only states that don't have age restrictions on gubernatorial candidates.
Two-thirds of Americans, including majorities across party lines, would like to see special counsel Robert Mueller try to finish the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election before voters go to the polls to elect a new Congress this November.
After leaving a trail of ruined crops in Africa and the Americas, an invasive worm has been found in India, prompting concern that it could have a devastating effect on the country's agriculture.
Gibraltar has moved to strip a stranded migrant rescue ship of its registration amid a row over which country is responsible for taking in the 141 desperate migrants, including dozens of children, on board.
Police helped a bride escape rising flood waters on her wedding day in Bogota, New Jersey.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has taken the unusual step of criticizing a UK opposition politician after pictures emerged showing the Labour Party leader at a 2014 wreath-laying ceremony for terrorists who killed Israeli athletes in the 1970s.
SpaceX will be the first private company to launch people into space. Crew Dragon will be heading to the international space station after being launched from Florida.
You'd think elephants would be getting cancer left and right: They are giants of the animal kingdom and have trillions more cells than humans -- cells that, in theory, could turn into cancer over their decades-long lifespans.
An attempt to tackle public urination by officials in Paris by installing open air urinals, or "uritrottoirs," has outraged some residents of the French capital.
Seven years ago, Hoedy Saad started teaching himself how to vogue after watching "Paris is Burning" -- a seminal 1990 documentary that spotlights the drag ball scene in 1980s New York City.
A large section of a highway bridge in northern Italy collapsed during torrential rains Tuesday, causing a number of fatalities, authorities said.
A large section of a highway bridge in northern Italy collapsed during torrential rains Tuesday, crushing several vehicles and causing a number of fatalities, authorities said.
Aides to President Donald Trump questioned him during the 2016 campaign about the existence of an audio tape in which he purportedly said the N-word, a racial epithet, during production of his reality TV show "The Apprentice."