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Catalan leader Puigdemont in Brussels calls on Madrid to start talks a
Deposed Catalan separatist leader Carles Puigdemont says Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy must find "another way to solve the crisis as his plan is not working"
Federal board that mediates harassment claims remains in limbo
The lack of board members on the MSPB comes as there's additional scrutiny of improper workplace behavior in a slew of industries, including on Capitol Hill.
Boris Johnson and Sergei Lavrov clash in Moscow
British Foreign Secretary and his Russian counterpart agree relations are bad, with tough exchanges on various subjects
‘Fake news!’ ‘PR stunt!’ UK blue passport plans trigger emotive row
Accusations fly between government and critics over plans to change the colour of UK passports after Brexit to boost ‘national identity’.
"Hamilton" transfers from Broadway to London
"Hamilton" received a rapturous reception from a star-studded, 1,500-strong audience at the show's official opening night in London on Thursday
Longtime Trump assistant to be interviewed by House Intel Committee
Graff for over three decades was Trump's gatekeeper at Trump Tower in Manhattan and ultimately a senior vice president of the Trump Organization.
Travelers should know: Few airport workers have emergency training
I led passengers to safety after a shooting at the airport where I work. I still get zero training for crises.
Macron & Abbas deplore US shift on Jerusalem, pledge to pursue peace
France reaffirms support for Israel, the Palestinians, and the two-state solution while Mahmoud Abbas thanks Europe for its continued commitment to dialogue.
Reader poll: Who should be Euronews' Culture Personality of the Year?
Euronews wants your say on who should be one of several personalities of the year—in fields including space, innovation, culture, business and sport.
Hugh Jackman's P.T. Barnum erases the showman's violent racism
"The Greatest Showman" ignores that Barnum's fortune came from by exploiting and abusing African Americans.
2017: a year of farewells and broken records
From the death of Chuck Berry to the sale of the world's most expensive painting, 2017 was a landmark year.
A look at Trump's regulatory rollbacks so far
The president has used the power of the executive branch to unravel and stall major regulations on everything from net neutrality to climate change.
Spy arrest in Ukraine clouds Britain's relations with Russia
The arrest of an alleged spy in Ukraine risks straining UK-Russia relations even further.
Hungarian PM vows to block any EU sanctions against Poland
The Hungarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orban, says his country will stand by their neighbour's controversial judiciary reforms despite the EU threatening to take away Poland's voting rights.
Human Rights Watch's Nadim Houry on torture in Syria
Nadim Houry is director of Human Rights Watch’s terrorism and counter-terrorism programme.
US government shutdown averted with hasty spending bill
The US Congress passes a short-term spending bill to avert a government shutdown, but the real fight will come after the Christmas holidays.
Mystery deepens in French murder case
Police in southeastern France are checking whether there may be a link between numerous unresolved cases of murder and missing people
Time to go home? Exiled Catalan separatists celebrate
From self-exile in Brussels, ousted Catalan leaders say the victory of pro-independence parties in Thursday's snap election gives them the right to be heard.
Peru's president survives impeachment vote
Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski pulled off a surprise victory against the opposition's bid to force him from power as a graft scandal rocks Latin America, with a motion in Congress falling eight votes short of the 87 needed to oust him.
US Senate releases incomplete workplace harassment data
It lists just one claim for $14,260 for "sex discrimination and reprisal" but doesn't include a $220,000 payment for sexual harassment that was recently made public.
Inside the largest sexual harassment settlement in Congress
Details surrounding the largest sexual harassment settlement yet uncovered on Capitol Hill provide a window into an opaque, convoluted and confusing process.
Houston mayor makes desperate plea for Hurricane Harvey recovery aid
In a moving plea for help from the state and federal government, Houston Mayor Sylvester Hoover was joined at a Thursday press conference by three of his constituents who remain displaced by Hurricane Harvey.
Choosing a mental health app is harder than you think
Experts believe there are over 10,000 mental health apps in existence — a number that has exploded in the past few years and will likely keep growing.
Catalonia: Separatists strike a blow against Rajoy
Former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont watched the Spanish regional vote from Brussels - where he's currently in exile.
Catalonia: pro-union Ciudadanos biggest winner
Inés Arrimadas, the leader of Catalonia's Ciudadanos party, celebrated with supporters in Barcelona as the results of Thursday's regional election came in.
How to find balance this holiday season
Here are some tips to help you enjoy the holidays while staying more energized, calm and content.
Catalonia: Separatists retain majority
Celebrations on both sides of Catalonia's political divide.
Catalonia election: a dramatic day in pictures
Separatist parties and the pro-unity Ciudadanos all found reason to celebrate in a vote that deepened Catalonia's divisions and reopened Spain's political crisis.
What we learned from the Catalan election
From victories for Puigdemont and Ciudadanos, to a record voter turnout and defeat for Rajoy
Trump: Obamacare's repealed. Administration: Nearly 9M just enrolled.
About 8.8 million people signed up for insurance on the federal health care exchange during open enrollment, a top health official announced Thursday.