Christopher Steele understood to have gone into hiding since story broke but praised by peers as 'thorough' and not inclined to 'pass on gossip'
Senior senators furious at UN condemnation of Israeli settlements want new law that could end US contributions
'This is the sign of a possible unraveling of the world order that was established after World War II'
Mr Trump is facing growing pressure to respond to the alleged hack
Mitt Romney won the Grand Canyon State by more than nine points, but with Latino voters turning out to oppose Trump in historic numbers, Arizona could swing to the Democrats in 2016
Patti Davis’ father survived an assassination attempt in 1981
Trump's non-endorsement marks a massive break in convention and further stokes turmoil in Republican party
Mr Trump has become embroiled in another controversy after he was criticised by the parents of a slain Muslim-American soldier
Finding reinforces charges that some Republican politicians seek to win votes by implying support for racist views and ethnic hierarchies
Both said the attacks in Paris have underlined the need for greater US involvement in the Middle East
The Free Syrian Army said some of its allies in Hama had been attacked
Vietnam veteran angered at peace-loving protestors
In efforts to assure Congress – and Senator John McCain – that action on Syria will be more than just symbolic, Barack Obama says US efforts to support rebels are now in full swing
The Brotherhood doesn't want to play by the army's script
George "Bud" Day, who died on 27 July aged 88, spent more than five years as a prisoner of war in Vietnam and was John McCain's cellmate. One of the most highly decorated US servicemen since General MacArthur, he was later a tireless advocate for veterans' rights.
Warning comes as the US and Britain concede that Assad could remain in power for a long while, albeit controlling only a portion of his country