Chaos in Catalonia as Separatists Revolt on Reports of Retreat
Catalan separatists are rebelling against their leader’s plan to draw back from declaring independence as Spanish authorities finalize plans to oust his insurgent administration.
Las Vegas shooter's laptop hard drive missing, brother charged with child porn
Investigators recovered a laptop computer from Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock's hotel room, but its hard drive is missing. In a separate case, Paddock’s brother has been charged with possession of child pornography.
Tillerson: Assad family reign coming to end, only issue is how to bring it about
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says the “reign of the Assad family” in Syria is coming to an end, and the “only issue is how that can be brought about.”
Mental health costing UK economy £99bn due to 'shocking' job losses and absences
Report claims 300,000 people a year lose jobs over mental health issues.
Emails reveal Foreign Office alarm at Trump travel ban
The UK government wanted to set up an internal warning system to monitor and react to decisions made by President Donald Trump, emails show.
World War 3 hideout for the super-rich shuts its doors
New Zealand's new prime minister is shutting the door on super-rich foreign property buyers who want somewhere to escape to in the event of a third world war or nuclear holocaust.
George Bush Senior's second apology after sex assault claims
Actress Jordana Grolnick told US website Deadspin Mr Bush groped her in 2016 after announcing his favourite magician was "David Cop-a-Feel".
Twitter bans RT and Sputnik ads amid election interference fears
Twitter is banning two of Russia's biggest media outlets from buying advertising amid fears they attempted to interfere with the 2016 US election.
Trump to Declare Opioid Epidemic Public Health Emergency
President Donald Trump on Thursday will declare widespread opioid abuse a public health emergency, while resisting a controversial move that might have tapped federal funds sought by hurricane-stricken Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico.
New US flight security measures take effect
The measures may include short interviews with passengers and inspection of digital devices.
Reddit bans Nazi pages and alt-right forums in new crackdown on violent content
Reddit has begun banning pages for Nazi, white supremacist, alt-right and other hate-based groups from its site as part of its new policy change and crackdown on violent content.
Saudi Arabia grants citizenship to humanoid robot
Saudi Arabia has become the first country to grant citizenship to a robot. The lucky machine is Sophia the Humanoid, who was designed to look like Audrey Hepburn.
Rising Rents Are Pushing More Tenants Past the Breaking Point
Rents have increased rapidly across U.S. housing markets as the share of renting households has risen faster than the number of new units. Now, in a survey published Thursday by an apartment-listing service, nearly one in five respondents reports struggling to make the monthly payments.