Michael Cohen took at least $400,000 to arrange a meeting between Ukraine leader and Trump, sources tell BBC.
Players who do not stand for the anthem will be allowed to stay in the locker room until it is over.
Bishop Curry speaks to the BBC's Religion Editor, Martin Bashir, about his royal wedding sermon.
A judge rules that blocking access to the president's tweets violates free speech.
The government agency worker claims the restraint took place amid years of bullying and harassment.
Michael Rotondo has defied several eviction notices from his parents, who told him to get a job.
A US diplomatic employee suffers a brain injury after experiencing abnormal "sounds and pressure".
Donald Trump's adviser and son-in-law had access to top-level security briefings rescinded in February.
The funeral of student Sabika Sheikh, killed in last week's US school shooting, is held in Karachi.
The president names political novice Giuseppe Conte as prime minister in a bid to end 11 weeks of deadlock.
The use of numerous databases resulted in individual iPhones being erroneously counted multiple times.
Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei says European powers mustmake up for the US exit from the agreement.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says a bad deal with the secretive state is not an option.
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