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New York recently passed a law that would make it easier for Congress to obtain the tax returns of government officials, including the president.
The assessment noted that the document is the first from the FBI to analyze conspiracies and their connection to violent acts.
Only seven out of 24 candidates have qualified so far for the September face off in Houston.
A strong earthquake has hit off the coast of central Chile, though there are no immediate reports of damage or injury.
New audio from the US National Archives reveals former US president Ronald Reagan calling African UN delegates 'monkeys'.
Poland is marking the 75th anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising during World War II.
The Justice Department inspector general referred the former FBI chief for prosecution over his leaking of his memos.
A British military helicopter dropped bags of ballast onto the outer slope of a dam that partially collapsed and risks bursting and flooding the town of Whaley Bridge in Derbyshire, central England.
"What I need to hear is more than the buzz words," said one debate watcher.
It's 75 years since the Warsaw Uprising against the Nazi regime during WWII. Bohdan Dembinski was one of those who took part in the bloody 63-day battle. He told Euronews about the day it all started.
Tour guide and professional diver Julio Cesar Castro joined forces with other volunteers to rescue a humpback whale on Monday (July 29) which was trapped in a fishing net near El Nuro beach off the Peruvian coast.
The search for the perfect selfie has claimed more than 250 lives, according to a 2017 study, but what's the psychology before this risky trend? Euronews takes a look.
Graham, the chairman, forced a vote to report the bill out of the panel, claiming Democrats skipped a markup last week. Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., said he missed it because he was at a family funeral.
The Harlem Globetrotters player described it as a "once in a lifetime experience."
Scottish authorities have called on the British government to secure mutual recognition of geographically protected produce with the EU even in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
The most exclusive event on the A-list calendar centred around environmental concerns this year. But were they missing something?
The uncle of a kidnapped Romania teenager has slammed the people who heard her desperate telephone calls for help.
Passengers seated on the bus had to lift up their legs or stand on seats to avoid getting wet.
Ben Lecomte is swimming from Hawaii to San Francisco to better understand how plastic is affecting our oceans.
Brexit uncertainties are becoming "more entrenched" and increasingly weighing on the British economy less than three months before the country is scheduled to leave the European Union, the Bank of England said Thursday.
Visitors at a water park in Northern China were shocked when they were suddenly smashed by a giant wave.
Burger King workers in Barcelona will now be able to grow facial hair after authorities ruled the company's internal policy against beards, moustaches, or stubble went against their constitutional rights.
Rwandan officials closed their border with DR Congo after the third case of Ebola was detected in the Congolese city of Goma, near the border with Rwanda.
The traditional "torta" was created in Mexico City and is believed to be the world's longest.
Sergio Brugiatelli, who police allege introduced two U.S. teens to a Rome drug dealer, says he was afraid the Americans would harm his family.
The lawyer of A$AP Rocky addressed the press after US rapper's initial testimony
at his assault trial in Sweden.
"We urge ICE to seriously consider the asylum claims of transgender migrants who demonstrate a well-founded fear of persecution," the lawmakers wrote.
The father of a US teen arrested for the murder of an Italian policeman murder said his son didn't know his friend was armed.
Latest case increased fears the virus could take root in densely populated city more than 220 miles south of where the outbreak was first detected.
Parts of Britain might run out of water within 25 years if the public don't change their wasteful ways.