The 2020 hopeful has faced growing calls to be more transparent about his time at the global consulting company.
This electric eel is named Miguel Wattson. He gives off electric shocks when he is feeding or excited.
Some Iranian experts inside the U.S. government have expressed caution about reporting on the death toll in the demonstrations.
Public sector workers continued their strike amid fears President Emmanuel Macron's reforms will leave them with less retirement pay.
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A large crowd had gathered at the site of the shooting and threw flower petals at police vans in support of the action.
Voters in Hartlepool feel they have missed out on the economic growth of the last few decades — and they're taking it out on politicians.
Out of the 3,000 cases of sexual assault reported, more than 1,500 involved non-consensual touching of a sexual body part and 235 non-consensual penetration. Nearly all were filed by women.
Warren criticized the South Bend, Indiana, mayor for raising money in private and accused the former New York mayor of buying his way into the campaign.
A London firm planned a giant cannabis farm in the African jungle. Four years later there's little to show for it but dirt roads and a few angry investors.
It was the third time the resolution, which passed the House with overwhelming bipartisan support, was blocked by a Republican senator.
A separate study published in September in the journal Science found that human activities and ecological changes are already having a devastating impact on bird populations.
The billionaire philanthropist has long been the target of conspiracy theorists about Jews controlling the world.
Western intelligence agencies tracked up to 15 members of Russia's military intelligence agency, the GRU, including 2 who poisoned a defector in London.
The former Secretary of State and 2004 Democratic presidential nominee said Biden is "the president our country desperately needs."
In brief remarks, Pelosi announced the chamber was moving ahead with articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump.
Those aged 13 to 29 make up almost 40 percent of such patients. Distraction was a major culprit.
The speaker's comments come the day after the House Judiciary Committee held its first hearing.
US Speaker Nancy Pelosi has said that Congress will proceed with articles of impeachment against Donald Trump.
The House speaker's comments come the day after the House Judiciary Committee held its first hearing.
Bracing for violence, the city's police chief instructed all businesses, restaurants and cafes to close along the major march routes.
New Zealand's prime minister will do all she can to stop a man accused of killing 51 Muslim worshippers from spreading his message of hate at his trial.
The 88-year-old used the pulpit to preach against the injustices of white minority rule Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town.
From the start of the impeachment investigation, Democrats put themselves at a disadvantage by making it known they wanted to conclude the entire process by the end of the year.
The future of the National Health Service after Brexit has become a major talking point for Labour in its effort to oust the Conservatives in the election.