Bernie Sanders has joined the race to stop Donald Trump from being re-elected. But who else has a shot at becoming the next president?
Different views about the threat posed by the Chinese firm pose risks to the intelligence alliance.
Reforming Brazil's retirement system is considered critical to the country's economy.
The National Lottery says someone called and gave the unique serial number on the winning ticket.
The late designer told a French magazine last year that his cat Choupette is one of his heirs.
The men were convicted of involvement in a car bombing that killed public prosecutor Hisham Barakat.
The administration plans on ending funds for what Mr Trump calls a "failed" California rail project.
The man fears that his wife will be detained in China, meaning he may never meet his son.
One pilot died and two were injured when their jets collided as they practised an aerobatics display.
The Chanel and Fendi designer, who died on Tuesday, remained a polarising figure in the fashion world.
The decision comes after social media use by soldiers raised national security issues.
Police in Australia arrest Adriana Rivas, wanted in Chile for an alleged Pinochet-era kidnapping.
From Beirut's slums to Norway, Oscar-nominated film Capernaum changed its star's life dramatically.
The Swiss bank is found guilty of helping French clients hide billions from French tax authorities.
Many officials have been jailed in what President Xi Jinping says is an anti-corruption drive.
Lorries are seen leaving the Syrian village of Baghuz, where 200 families were reportedly trapped.
He is organising a benefit concert on the Colombian border - but it's already raising eyebrows.
The biggest and brightest supermoon of 2019 was observed around the world.
Reliance Communications failed to comply with a court order to pay the money by 15 December last year.
The top contenders have both cried foul over the delay, accusing each other of trying to rig the vote.
Two prominent cardinals call on bishops to end their silence over sexual abuse at the Church.
The fashion brand apologises for a hoodie with a noose around the neck shown at London Fashion Week.
The Bramble Cay melomys has been called the first mammalian victim of human-induced climate change.
An LGBT sports group severs links with the tennis legend over remarks about male-to-female athletes.
If your personalised number plate simply isn't enough - why not just add an emoji to the mix?
Middle East Correspondent Tom Bateman explains the allegations of corruption against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, claims he himself denies.
How will the Pope confront the culture of abuse that has beset the Roman Catholic Church?
The day seven blind trekkers reached the top of Mount Kilimanjaro.
Why women in Sudan have taken anti-government demonstrations to heart by using Facebook to expose abuse.
Hiker Ryan Osmun was rescued after his leg got stuck in quicksand for more than 12 hours in Utah.
Gosa Taffese has a beehive in his front room and the insects follow him on his travels as well.
The growing foreign aid operation organised by Venezuela's opposition is in defiance of President Maduro.
A statue depicting the famous kiss between a US sailor and a nurse at the end of World War Two has been defaced with '#MeToo'.
Around 70 demonstrations took place across France against a spate of anti-Semitic attacks.
Here are five things you might not know about the iconic fashion designer.
Canadian police believe all are from the same family and reports suggest they were Syrian refugees.
The guidance gives black people the right to wear hairstyles previously deemed "unprofessional".
A man attacks and injures at least two people in France's second largest city before being killed.
The EU Commission condemns Hungary's right-wing government over a new poster campaign.
Turkmen police are taking away women's driving licences in the capital Ashgabat.
A government report says the US is rushing to transfer sensitive nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia.
The avalanche was reported at the popular Crans Montana resort on Tuesday afternoon.
The editor said the Ku Klux Klan should lynch "socialist-communist" Democrats and raid Washington DC.
The Chinese businesswoman was sentenced to 15 years in prison for operating an ivory-smuggling ring.
More than 40,000 jihadists from 110 countries are thought to have travelled to Syria and Iraq.
The German-born designer's creative flair and business acumen made him a worldwide icon.
Medardo Mairena and Pedro Mena, who led anti-government protests, are found guilty of "terrorism".
The UN says women and children are apparently being actively prevented from leaving Baghuz.
An Instagram post featuring the image has since been taken down.
The 77-year-old senator and self-declared socialist announces a second bid for the White House.
Firefighters have rescued 16 people trapped in gondolas at Seaworld in San Diego.
India's government is under pressure to respond to the attack on its forces in Kashmir.
Some 80 graves are damaged at a Jewish cemetery, ahead of nationwide marches against anti-Semitism.
Superstar fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld dies, aged 85, in Paris, French media report
The anti-aircraft missiles were on a Russian ship, but two other missile ships did reach China.
A beachside eatery wins top prize at the inaugural World Restaurant Awards in Paris.
A 13th Century French castle that has lain in ruins since the 1930s is set for a new lease of life.
PM Imran Khan also urges Delhi to provide evidence to support its claims that Pakistan was involved.
Profits at Europe's largest bank rise by less than forecast after a challenging end to 2018.
Saudi Arabia hopes to soothe India-Pakistan tensions, as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman visits Delhi.
US firefighters bring down 16 people trapped on an airborne ride at the San Diego amusement park.
I'll Fight, a song written for documentary RBG, is Diane Warren's tenth Oscar-nominated song.
Items belonging to Hugo Palmer and Erwan Ferrieux were found on a popular beach, police say.
US Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein monitored the investigation into alleged Russian poll meddling.
Coalition of 16 US states sues Trump administration over decision to declare emergency over border wall
Many spend long days witnessing the "trauma" of their parents and animals, the UN warns.
Hundreds of Indians attending a public meeting were shot dead by British troops on 13 April 1919.
After the closure of thousands of clinics in rural Russia, one region has taken matters into its own hands.
Meet some of the Syrians returning home and trading, at the re-opened crossing between Jordan and Syria.
Thirteen-year-old Alysa Liu is the youngest ever US women's national figure skating champion.