Federal prosecutors say a former Arkansas judge accused of giving lighter sentences to defendants in exchange for nude photos and sexual acts tried to bribe witnesses and had an accomplice threaten to make one of them "disappear."
Activists in Barcelona also want holiday cancelled and statue of Christopher Columbus removed
'Bill Clinton raped me and Hillary Clinton threatened me'
The fiery-mouthed Republican nominee has repeatedly promised to be more ‘presidential’
Mr Trump has consistently refused to release his tax returns, contrary to a 40-year-old tradition of transparency among presidential candidates
The war was one of the longest running conflicts in the world
With five more states set to vote on legalising marijuana for recreational use, we take a look at the growing movement of weed tourism in the US
'I just kept saying, ‘you made it buddy, you made it,' the bride said. 'He just had a giant grin on his face'
The ceasefire ends a half-century of political violence which has claimed more than 220,000 lives and driven more than 5 million people from their homes
Amnesty International have called the conviction 'absurd'
Each year at the break of spring, red-sided garter snakes in Narcisse, Canada, engage in an unusual ritual.
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Study finds Europeans took dysentery microbe to their colonies where it became established as a deadly infection
Elliot Ackerman explains why he then quit to write fiction grounded in conflict
The ‘anybody but Trump’ camp is still talking about a unity candidate, but they still can’t agree on who that should be
Exclusive: Document obtained by campaign group shows legislation will be influenced before it reaches European Parliament