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It's easy to get around age-restricted websites if you're a child. "Of course you're going to say, 'I'm an adult.'"
There's a lot of buzz surrounding this adorable little restaurant.
The program would allow local public housing authorities to apply for federal grants to install carbon monoxide detectors, combat mold and remove asbestos.
The eurosceptic party leapfrogged Matteo Salvini's Lega party in the latest projections.
Companies producing food, medicine, cosmetics, and plastic across Europe are not completing important safety checks when using millions of tonnes of chemicals in production, an analysis has found.
The Trump family and company sued Deutsche Bank and Capital One last month in an effort to block them from handing over financial documents to Congress.
The new website will stock 1,000 items by more than 10 brands when it launches this summer
The money was from a publisher working with Daniels on a book deal.
The Constitution provides that a president can be impeached for "treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors."
Analysis: By saying the quiet part out loud again, Trump has owned the decision to make the next 18 months about him and not the American public.
"I did not say it was murder," Rep. Lauren Underwood, D-Ill., said.
A city councillor in Quebec has picked up her knitting needles to highlight the stark difference in the time female and male councillors speak at city council meetings.
Alessandro Sandrini, 32, has been freed after almost three years as a prisoner in Syria.
A journalist from the French newspaper Le Monde, Ariane Chemin, was summoned on Wednesday to meet with French intelligence services. She is the fifth French reporter to receive such a summons in the past weeks.
In a scathing UN report on poverty in the UK, the UN special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights said one-fifth of the UK's population was living in poverty.
Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo is expected to sign the legislation.
With a "business as usual" approach to carbon emissions, the world's oceans could plausibly rise two meters by the end of the century.
Insiders looks at how the once-mighty industrial city that suffered during the transition from communism became known as a hub for far-right activity.
Why has Chemnitz gained a reputation for being a hotbed of extremism?
Catch the full episode of Wednesday's Raw Politics.
Actors, singers and weather presenters are all among the candidates hoping to turn down glamour for a life in politics. We look at some of the famous faces on the European elections campaign trail, you might recognise a few from stage and screen.
In Sion, an exceptional show has been held at the first light of dawn on the construction site of the Sion hospital's new car park. 200 people were amazed at a vertical piano recital.
A new law is being enforced in England to ban the sale of single-use plastic items.
EU funds study into Palestinian school textbooks after claims of 'radical' themes
Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie were greeted by cheering fans as they arrived with director Quentin Tarantino at a news conference to publicise his new film in Cannes on Wednesday 22. May 2019.
"I don't do cover-ups," the president said, responding to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's comments earlier.
Nationalism is "very natural," Donald Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani told Euronews ahead of Euro elections expected o show gains for far-right parties
With the EU heading to the polls from tomorrow, here's what's been happening in the final days of campaigning.
This 1939 Type 64, one of three built, belonged to company founder Ferdinand Porsche. It was built for a Berlin to Rome race to take place in September 1939, which was cancelled due to WWII.
UK MEPs are saying a long goodbye to Brussels, but what impact will their presence have on the new European parliament and what will happen when they leave? We explore the Brexit effect.