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Aaron Schlossberg was caught on camera berating restaurant employees for speaking Spanish and threatening to call immigration authorities.
A year into his investigation, the special counsel has alleged or confirmed serious criminal activity, and he's not close to done.
President Donald Trump has hit back at comments by the European Council President Donald Tusk saying the US could no longer be relied upon.
Everything you need to know — and other fun facts — about the royal wedding.
The president had come under fire for the remarks from Democrats who charged he was referring to all undocumented immigrants.
"Those who commit femicides, or attempted femicides, claim they are being disrespected...they believe they have a right, a right over women's bodies."
In Britain, those over 75 do not have to pay for it. In Germany, its existence is being debated in the Federal Constitutional Court. In Switzerland, most of the population voted against its abolition in a referendum. But what about other countries?
Emerging coalition represents biggest challenge for bloc since Brexit
With the royal wedding fast approaching, media coverage is intensifying ahead of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s big day. But do people really care?
Quim Torra has promised to be faithful to the Catalan people and its parliament
Operating on the very young or very frail is extremely risky, especially for complex procedures like transplants, Now doctors can make scale models and practice procedures in safety before putting their patients under the knife.
The skills gap is still there despite a potential workforce
Astronomy is undergoing a revolution with the release of precision data on 1.7 billion stars in our galaxy from the Gaia space telescope. We head to the historic Observatory of Paris and ESA's ESTEC base in the Netherlands to find out more.
“Die Fledermaus” is the epitome of Viennese operetta. Strauss' lighthearted masterpiece is staged by none other than star tenor Rolando Villazón. At the Deutsche Oper in Berlin, his extravaganza takes us on a journey from the 19th century to the future.
A rare tornado swept through a populated area of Germany on Wednesday, leaving a trail of destruction west of Duesseldorf.
After an online petition gathered more than 100,000 signatures, a proposed bill for new laws on sexual violence against women and children has been approved by French Parliament.
Han Solo has moral dilemmas and moral development and a romance with a princess. Chewbacca has none of those things. Why?
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James Harrison had to stop donating blood at the age of 81, after 1,173 donations of plasma that saved millions because of his rare type.
With a completely different set of opposition candidates, Euronews looks at who Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is up against in Sunday's presidential election.
Dozens of royal wedding fans have descended on the town of Windsor, sleeping out in the open in the hope of scoring a front row seat for Saturday’s big event. But for some, sleeping on the streets is not a choice.
Thomas Markle will not be there on Saturday to give her daughter away when she marries the UK's Prince Harry.
The Rolling Stones "No Filter" tour kicks off in the UK and Ireland followed by a series of concerts in Europe
Summit reiterated objectives set 15 years ago, and reaffirmed determination to bring the Balkans into the EU family, but the post-summit press conference ranged further afield, to transatlantic relations, and Iran.
Bought for under 200,000 euros, the portrait is now thought to be worth millions
A European court has upheld a partial ban on three insecticides, saying the European Commission had been right to restrict their use to protect bees.
Critics say the new law is unnecessary and will lead to infringements of civil rights
A spokeless ferries wheel named "Eye of the Bohai Sea" has officially opened in eastern China.
At least two people were injured and houses and vehicles damaged as a tornado ripped through a populated area near Dusseldorf.
The announcement comes hours after a review into the Grenfell Tower fire stopped short of recommending an outright ban - despite complaints from campaigners.