In freezing temperatures the US Park Service plans to block power, phonelines and the road to the besieged refuge
Oregon 'terrorists' don't plan siege, put out plea for snacks
Protest over jailing of ranchers grows into campaign against ‘oppressive’ federal policies
The FBI hopes for peaceful co-operation as ranchers Dwight and Steven Hammond are expected in court today
The start of an armed separatist movement in rural America - or an out-of-control local dispute?
The occupation began following a peaceful protest over legal action against local ranchmen
Owners Aaron and Melissa Klein claimed their religious beliefs prevented them from making the cake
French prosecutors have opened a corruption probe into the decision to award the city the 2021 World Championships
Gun sales this year could exceed record sales reached in 2013
The victims of the tragic shooting have been named publicly
The family of Chris Mintz have raised thousands to pay his medical bills
'We can rise above this pain'
The President is correct to draw the comparison but the respective figures do not tell the whole story
Mr Obama was delivering his 15th statement on a mass shooting during his time in office
John Hanlin was speaking after at least 10 people were killed by a gunman at a local college
The suspect, a man in his 20s, acted alone and was killed after exchanging fire with police