The 35-year-old suspect was allegedly asked by a father not to blow smoke in his children's direction, and then plowed his car into the family.
Prosecutors led by the now-U.S. Labor Secretary Alex Acosta violated the victims' rights by not informing them of the deal with Epstein.
Arbitration is a private, quasi-legal process that some workers and activist organizations say is used by companies to shield internal disputes from public scrutiny.
The federal complaint says John C. Fry admitted providing the information to Michael Avenatti when he was confronted by federal agents.
Republican candidate Mark Harris calls for new election in North Carolina disputed race
All this and more in Thursday night's full episode of Raw Politics.
Earlier this week, Trump put pressure on EU leaders to take back radicalised citizens. Now he is saying he will not be doing the same for a US-born woman who left to join the so-called Islamic State.
"There are no words right now...heart broken over the loss of my Monkee brother, Peter Tork," bandmate Micky Dolenz said.
Euronews' Sandor Zsiros speaks to Corina Creţu, European Commissioner for Regional Policy to talk about future achievements and challenges.
YouTube said it considers any content that endangers minors to be "abhorrent" and prohibited on its platform.
From mapping the planet and tracking climate change to helping with disaster management, Global Japan looks at how Japanese satellite technology is being used to capture changes taking place on Earth.
The Galápagos National Park will start a breeding program for the species.
"All I remember is waking up on the floor underneath the table," the lawyer said.
It's one of the delights of the bel canto-repertoire: Donizetti's opera “Lucia di Lammermoor”. Laurent Pelly creates a dreamlike and mysterious atmosphere at the Vienna Staatsoper . Olga Peretyatko and Juan Diego Flórez incarnate the tragic lovers in this edition of Musica.
No more hot dogs: Hi-tech carmaker Tesla's latest gimmick allows owners to use software to protect their pets
European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker joked to reporters that an injury on his face wasn't Theresa May's fault.