'It’s an opportunity to practice the skills we’ve learned in much tougher places around the world'
Turkey currently ranks 151st out of 180 countries in the Reporters Without Borders ranking of press freedom around the world
Levy is first in the US to put tax 'inequality' in the workplace
Newspaper says US President-elect has 'disregard for indisputable facts' and 'feels threatened' by losing popular vote
The President-elect had suggested climate change was a 'hoax'
Glenn Beck, famed for right-wing conspiracies, has urged 'liberals' to learn from his mistakes
Details of gathering emerge as Mr Trump cancels meeting with the New York Times at last moment
President-elect posts series of scathing tweets hours after vowing to restrain himself
Donald Trump, under intense pressure from mounting claims that he sexually assaulted women, has denounced the allegations as “outright lies”.
The Republican presidential candidate says his lawyers are watching the paper
The photographer's tenure with the Times spanned four decades
He has strongly denied the claims
After 'Wolf Hall' and 'Homeland', Damian Lewis became the go-to guy for powerful, frighteningly fallible antiheroes, and his Wall Street titan in 'Billions' is in the same mould. The actor talks to Tom Teodorczuk about why flawed is more interesting than perfect, and why doing despicable things needn't make a person unlikable
Arthur Kneibler's patent application described a garment that was "snug and smooth fitting", and avoided "bunching or gathering of the material of the garment in the crotch or at any other place"
Collins's first novel was published in 1968, and is set in the height of Swinging London
The New York Times’ Pakistan correspondent tweeted a copy of the paper without the article and one with it