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Three brands any man concerned about sustainability should have on his radar.
The Independent Group, a collective of rebel MPs from across the UK's political sphere, has applied to become an official party
Analysis: At the president's first rally since the attorney general announced he wouldn't be prosecuted, Trump went on offense against Democrats, media.
Wasted natural gas is causing major setbacks for the oil industry, climate and the health of local communities around fracking rigs in the oil-booming region of West Texas
"The Special Olympics will be funded, I just told my people," President Trump said Thursday afternoon.
Friday was meant to be the day when, for better or worse, Britain's Brexit mayhem yielded at least some definite answers.
Austrian far-right activist Martin Sellner was planning to marry his American girlfriend, but had his ESTA visa waiver cancelled
"I'm totally consumed by it. I'm on twitter all the time. I watch the Parliament channel every day," said one pro-Brexit protester.
The ceremony took place in Hagley Park near the Al Noor mosque, where most of the 50 people were killed in a twin attack by a lone gunman.
You might have to miss one or two showers to stay in this wild paradise.
Mobile phones shaped like the cartoon cat Garfield have been washing up on a stretch of French coastline for over 30 years, much to the bemusement of locals.
The meeting will be the first between the U.S. and South Korean leaders since President Donald Trump's summit with Kim Jong Un collapsed last month.
At a campaign rally in Michigan Thursday night, the president attacked Democrats for "defrauding" the public with investigations of his campaign and finances.
"In the ambulance I said, 'You need to get a substitute to Laurelhurst Elementary for tomorrow,'" the injured teacher recalled.