Arrests send out a 'chilling message' to reporters covering protests in the future, the Committee to Protect Journalists say
'Those are the facts'
New details emerge in US about the malfunctioning missile – at the same moment British MPs are being told they cannot know 'operational details'
Trump vows to keep tweeting and tells supporters at inauguration ball: 'The enemies keep saying, ‘oh, that’s terrible’, but it’s a way of bypassing dishonest media.'
The picture of a green screen with a series of incomprehensible words and numbers, appeared on both the TV channel and later featured in an online article
'She went down my leg, up my dress, and her hand sideways hits me right in the crack of my labia' Angela Rye says
'What is he doing?' anchor asks
Newspaper says US President-elect has 'disregard for indisputable facts' and 'feels threatened' by losing popular vote
It was a 'firing squad', says once participant at Trump's meeting with top TV talent
'It's hard to be a parent tonight for a lot of us'
Netwrok insists it had similar contacts with Republicans
Her interview highlights a Trump team strategy that the accusations against him are all false and designed to bring him down
'You can knock yourselves out, but this is a big problem. It's not going to go away.'
The adviser had been invited to talk about why the Trump campaign has undergone a major shake-up with just three months until election day
Mr Farage, on the same day he was mocked by members of the European parliament, defended the Republican
Brock Turner, 20, was sentenced to just six-months in prison in March.