The Met Office has issued an amber weather warning for snow which carries a potential risk to life as parts of England and Wales are … Read more
Several data collected from Trump’s long-time ally and advisor Roger Stone in Mueller’s investigation
The Justice Department collected volume amounts of evidence from Roger Stone’s iCloud accounts, email accounts and on computer hardware “span several years,” special counsel Robert … Read more
Police in Italy have seized about 2.5 tonnes of cocaine in two shipments – which add up to the largest drug haul found in the … Read more
The Soviet Union’s first McDonald’s fast food restaurant opens in Moscow. Throngs of people line up to pay the equivalent of several days’ wages for … Read more
Compassionate stranger pays hotel stay for 70 homeless people for shelter from record-breaking polar temperatures in the MidWest
Amidst record-breaking polar temperatures in the Midwest, a compassionate stranger paid for 70 homeless people to stay in a hotel.
Though Chicago city officials have … Read more
The European Parliament recognized Venezuela’s self-declared interim president Juan Guaido as de facto head of state on Thursday, heightening international pressure on the OPEC member’s … Read more
France, Germany and Britain have set up a financial mechanism designed to avoid US sanctions against Iran and keep the 2015 nuclear deal afloat.
Instex, … Read more
Unilever says it is stockpiling Magnum ice cream in the UK and deodorants in Europe to avert Brexit disruptions
Unilever has said it is stockpiling Ben and Jerry’s ice cream and Magnum bars ahead of the UK’s departure from the European Union.
The BBC … Read more
Barclays to move €190bn to Dublin as it ‘cannot wait any longer’ to implement Brexit contingency plan
Barclays is moving €190bn (£166bn) of assets to Dublin because it “cannot wait any longer” to implement its Brexit contingency plan.
The High Court, which … Read more
Apple bans Facebook from programme, accusing Facebook of improperly monitoring and handling teenagers usage patterns
Apple said on Wednesday it had banned Facebook Inc from a program designed to let businesses control iPhones used by their employees, saying the social … Read more
European Council chief Donald Tusk insists he still does not have a clear idea of what the UK wants out of Brexit, following a phone … Read more
For months Australian politics has been engulfed by allegations of a culture of sexism, which prompted at least one female MP to resign. But on … Read more
Venezuelans continued protests against Maduro, as authorities arrest 3 foreign journalists working for Spanish agency
Venezuelans opposing President Nicolas Maduro’s government on Wednesday were heeding a call by Juan Guaido, the country’s self-proclaimed interim president, to take to the streets, … Read more
Evidence gathered by Robert Mueller, the special counsel, was obtained by Russians and leaked online in an attempt to discredit his inquiry into Moscow’s interference … Read more
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders has told a religious television network that God “wanted Donald Trump to become president”.
Ms Sanders made the claim … Read more
Peter Gabriel, Vivienne Westwood and Roger Waters are among those British cultural figures to sign an open letter asking the BBC to push Eurovision on … Read more
“Be careful of Iran. Perhaps Intelligence should go back to school!” Mr Trump tweeted.
The testy response came after a US intelligence report said Iran … Read more
Speeches by President Juncker and Chief Negotiator Barnier at the Plenary session of the European Parliament on the occasion of the debate on the United … Read more
Two seat cushions have been found that are likely to have come from the plane carrying missing Cardiff City striker Emiliano Sala, UK investigators said.… Read more