It is unclear whether the agents were part of the security team protecting Hillary Clinton
His public descent into bathroom humor and verbal bullying has been painful to watch, said the paper
The move follows the closure of more than 1,000 public schools in Los Angeles
After a week of outrage, the would-be president struts his stuff in Portsmouth, New Hampshire
Everyone at the club wanted to have a say, but Sam Wallace reveals what their words really meant
Steven Spader told Kimberly Cates’ family that he doesn’t deserve or expect forgiveness and asked his lawyers not to fight for a reduced sentence
Shaker Aamer was sent to Guantánamo Bay in 2002, and cleared to leave in 2007. Now, weakened by hunger strike, he asks what his fate has to do with justice
A woman has been left with severe burns to her arms after allegedly being Tasered by police for refusing to leave an Apple store and purchasing too many iPhones.
Elizabeth Zach finds a deserted old town, lonely lakes and a poignant relic of the Second World War
A road trip along the shore of Lake Michigan reveals a world of beauty, says Chris Leadbeater
Fall guy Tony Wheeler shows you where to go to savour the US autumn in its golden prime
A confluence of economic and cultural wealth with political passion made the sainted decade a blessing for all those lucky enough to go through it
Economic Outlook: Inflation is set to fall sharply, especially given the rapid decline in the oil price
70 police officers to guard one little flame might seem excessive, but the seven and a half thousand Olympic torch bearers still to run will no doubt be glad of the protection, after it has emerged that the torches they will carry have a street value of more than £100,000.
Bitter Republican battle is finally over as Gingrich concedes defeat over who should run for President
'I have a crush – but it's cougarish'