Revellers braved rain and wind to celebrate Rose Monday in the German carnival strongholds of Cologne and Duesseldorf on Monday using comedy to shine a light on political issues that have dominated the news over the last year.
Swimsuit wearing ice-skaters braved the Siberian cold to take part in a race on Lake Baikal on Saturday.
Confiscated ivory and other animal parts are displayed before being destroyed during a ceremony to mark World Wildlife Day in Yangon, Myanmar on Sunday.
Dogs and cats compete in a costume contest to choose a ‘King’ and ‘Queen’ of Carnival.
Officials said the helicopter "lost control and crashed" shortly after leaving Lake Turkana Central Island on Sunday night.
Stella Stolper says Sater — who's scheduled to testify before the House — stole business and personal data using an "unauthorized backdoor" on her devices.
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra filed a challenge on Monday, while a coalition of other states said they would sue, as well.
The Washington Post reported in January that Trump personally intervened to hide details of a meeting with the Russian president.
Kickstart the week with Monday's episode of Raw Politics.
American actor Luke Perry has died aged 52 after suffering a stroke, his publicist said in a statement.
The resolution, to be voted on later this month, "will then be vetoed by the president and then all likelihood the veto will be upheld in the House," the majority leader said Monday.
The Schultz accounts provide a preview of the kind of fakery researchers expect to see on social media during the 2020 election.
"I want that deal blocked!" Trump reportedly fumed to Gary Cohn and White House chief of staff John Kelly during an Oval Office meeting in 2017. But Cohn refused.
His next career move is unknown, but Whitaker has told friends that he will remain in Washington because there are "many opportunities here," sources said.
Guaido is risking arrest with his return after he ignored a court-imposed travel ban and toured Latin American countries to boost support for his campaign to oust Maduro.
Requests were sent to 81 individuals and entities, including the president's family, businesses and administration.
"Special relationship" has long been reserved for America's most powerful ally: the U.K. And then Trump last week used it to refer to Kim Jong Un.
The Reuters photojournalist covered some of the most dangerous events around the world. He died at 58 after a long battle with cancer.
Three of the court's conservatives said the broader issue of whether states could deny historic preservation funds to churches must be addressed in some future case.
The announcement comes just days after two top executives announced their departures from the new, AT&T-owned company.
French singer-songwriter Laetitia Shériff is travelling around the US on the trail of musical history and culture. She stopped off in Boston, a city with such an extensive cultural and intellectual tradition that it was once dubbed “the Athens of America”.
The unmarried winners of Britain's 'Wife Carrying Championships' are set to make their relationship official following a surprise proposal this weekend
Italians in Ivrea used around 500 tonnes of oranges in the battle.