The family-run charity agrees to close amid allegations that its funds were illegally misused.
After blistering comments, the judge agrees to hold off sentencing the ex-White House adviser.
Grandparents often step in when mums and dads can't. But a US experiment underlines the difference they can make.
The UK will "get control over our borders" as free movement from the EU ends, ministers will say.
After starring in TV series Laverne & Shirley, she went on to become a director of hits such as Big.
A newly discovered creature that buries its head in the sand is named Dermorphis donaldtrumpi.
A call to ban the rapid fire devices followed the 2017 Las Vegas shooting which left nearly 60 dead.
A former Nasa engineer spent six months building a disguised glitter bomb to surprise thieves stealing parcels from his doorstep.
A recent study suggests e-waste pollution could contaminate women's breast milk in some parts of Ghana.
The White House says it has found other sources of funding, a claim dismissed by Democrats.
The firm wants to raise $23bn but shares were selling below the asking price at the start of trading.
Charles Michel's resignation letter comes days after a coalition partner quits over migration.
The mother received a travel waiver to see her son before he is taken off life support, officials say.
Carme Forcadell allowed Catalonia to debate independence when she was speaker of the region's parliament.
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