'We must challenge this statement and this sentiment that the news media is the enemy of the American people', retired admiral William McCraven tells journalism students
Former Olympian and LGBT activist addresses President's latest controversy in Twitter video
Academics say Donald Trump's adviser should be sanctioned for violating government ethics rules and 'conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation'
Fresh doubts over leader as party loses scenic Cumbrian constituency it has held since 1935 - with opposition to nuclear power at the heart of defeat
Conservative candidate Trudy Harrison defeats left-wing rival Gillian Troughton by 2,147 votes
Emphatic win partially alleviates disappointment at historic defeat in Copeland
'Alistair was so happy with him and was totally fixated' his mother Lauren Walker tells The Independent
In the latest nature versus technology showdown, a group of tigers have been filmed taking out a drone mid-flight.
Blast strikes shopping area amid conflicting reports blast was caused by generator
Campaign more than doubles its cash goal
'Alt-right' figurehead was in danger of being dismissed from the publication over comments appearing to endorse sexual relationships between 'younger boys and older men'
Lord Kerr ridiculed the Government's claims
Lord Butler asked ministers if they thought the British public's view on the final deal was irrelevant
Crossbench peer joins calls for Parliament to be able to amend any Brexit deal – and potentially stop Britain crashing out of the EU with no deal at all
Debate in Westminster Hall triggered after a petition to block state visit reaches almost two million signatories
The meeting brings together many leading conservative figures
'There will be debate and scrutiny in the House of Lords, but I don’t want to see anybody holding up what the British people want'
Slightly ahead of Clinton and both Bushes, but behind the big guns like Washington and Lincoln
President says ‘look what's happening last night in Sweden’ as he alludes to past terror attacks in Europe
US President could have been referring to largely underreported 'politically motivated' incident in Gothenburg
President claimed media would not show crowd size in broadcast footage, despite event being shown on several networks
‘I think this ban on people from seven Muslim-majority countries, ending the refugee programme is cruel and it’s shameful. In those circumstances we shouldn’t be rolling out the red carpet.’
Key Shadow Cabinet ally also reveals the terrible abuse she receives – 'being called a bitch, a n****r, rape threats, people saying I should be hanged'
Former Labour Cabinet minister predicts less trade and no cut in immigration, saying 'Don’t you think the public will have something to say about that outcome?'
Justice Secretary incorrectly suggests discussion over the mechanism that triggers UK's withdrawal from the EU is a 'political question'
President renews attacks on 'dishonest media'
Sen. John McCain has said a free press is vital "to preserve democracy as we know it", saying efforts to muzzle the media is "how dictators get started."
Rally event used as a chance to savage networks and journalists
US senator is an outspoken critic of the President
Joe Anderson says city 'will not tolerate' anyone exploiting the tragedy for their own gain
The Prime Minister falters on local matters
Former reality TV star revealed her fear of dying after being diagnosed with a non-malignant brain tumour last year
Suspect was alone and in possession of a Vietnamese travel document at the time of arrest, Malaysian police say
'I don't care if you were born here. You don't have the right to be here.'
'Right now, I would be considered by the Mexican public as the most malicious bad guy they have'
Reports say two assassins escaped in a taxi and remain at large
'The problem is all these terror instances that you’re not reporting on'
Vermont Senator defended reluctant use of 'harsh terms' to describe the President, saying words he used were accurate
'Look at Europe, look at the example they have provided for us. Look what happens, when you welcome Tom, Dick, Harry and Mohammad.'
The president apparently laughed after taking cues from his aides
Lawyers fighting the ban remain confident of victory if President takes fight to the Supreme Court
Pressure is mounting on the senior adviser
Federal appeals court breaks President's 18-month winning streak
Donald Trump's senior adviser broke the law when she promoted his daughter's products during a TV interview
Follows US President's vow to end career of another politician who wanted to dismantle forfeiture laws
Jeremy Corbyn has said Donald Trump's controversial visit to the UK should be scrapped.
He's made the reference three times in recent weeks
Musical protest prompts Deputy Speaker to demand there is not 'a sing-off in the Chamber'
By 332 votes to 290, MPs opposed the amendment
The Government won the backing of 494 MPs, while 122 voted against the measure
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall say they are ‘deeply saddened and our thoughts are so much with the family’
Francis issues stinging criticism of Burma government in unprepared section of weekly address
Theresa May said she wants the nationals' issue sorted out at the start of negotiations
Attorneys-general of Washington and Minnesota are questioning the motive behind his controversial executive order
'The Prime Minister is basically trying to rush across the Atlantic, to be as friendly as possible to this President in spite of all the deep concerns'
'The Government is very clear....it’s manifestly in our national interest that we reach out to him, we work with him and that he visits us in the UK'
The Speaker's remarks are unprecedented
Elliot Nash swore at one staff member before taking a running kick and lashing out at another
Ms Frederick noticed a 'dishevelled' looking girl accompanied by a well-dressed man and immediately knew something was wrong
President's comments described as 'deeply troubling and wrong'
‘Financial globalisation and Islamist globalisation are helping each other out. Those two ideologies want to bring France to its knees,’ Ms Le Pen told supporters
'[Trump] doesn’t like people who get more airtime and more attention than he does.'
'I’m just sick of the silly rules that come out of Europe'
Popular clip of five-year-old Arabella Kushner eases diplomatic tensions caused by her grandfather's failure to send greetings celebrating Lunar New Year
‘This is not the first time that an inexperienced person has threatened Iran ... the American government will understand that threatening Iran is useless,’ says one Iranian official
Police say ‘agitators’ smashed windows and started fires before Milo Yiannopoulos talk
Visitors to the area are being warned not to go too close over fears of a further collapse
A Labour sources says the Shadow Home Secretary was 'taken ill' and had to leave parliament before the vote
Historic bill passes after seventeen hours of debate by a margin of 498 to 114
Footage shows ten young macaques chained up