Trump said he would stay away from information stolen by foreign adversaries in his re-election bid, his first public commitment to doing so.
Analysis: As U.S. consumers and businesses are forced to bear the brunt of his policies, the president takes a big risk.
Danish politician Joachim B. Olsen is spreading his message by advertising his campaign on pornography website Pornhub.
The state's attorney general wants to avoid a troubled rollout, à la Obamacare, when the far-reaching restrictions on user data go into effect on Jan. 1.
The controversy was sparked by the freshman Democrat's use of the words "calming feeling" during a podcast.
Matt Everard entered the Guinness Book of records when he drove his tuk-tuk at a speed of 119.584 kilometers (74.306 miles) per hour
Afghans have taken to social media to condemn the fatal shooting of a former television journalist and parliamentary advisor.
It’s unusual to carry out an interview from prison, but in the circumstances there was no choice. Catalan independence leader Oriol Junqueras answers Raw Questions, on Euronews.
Zelensky has pleaded guilty and was fined around €30.
Drawings dripping with satire went on display at the World Press Cartoon in Portugal, as artists took on themes including politics, global warming, immigration, and Brexit.
Around 300 competitors slithered, slipped and dragged themselves through a river bed in the annual Maldon Mud Race on Sunday (May 12).
"Any allegations of favoritism will detract from the worthy cause they are trying to promote."
The EU have priced the cap of international calls within the EU following a series of legislative changes to strengthen electronic communication within the EU. Personal calls abroad will be capped at 19 cents per minute, with SMS messages capped at 6 cents per SMS.