In US court files, the prince, who denies assault claims, also asks for a jury trial in his accuser's lawsuit.
The US offers no concessions to Russian demands on resolving the Ukraine crisis.
The announcement comes amid news that Justice Stephen Breyer is expected to retire in June.
Robert Packer, who had other Nazi material at his home, admits a minor trespassing charge..
The Harvest Moon singer says airing Rogan's podcast amounts to "lies being sold for money".
With access to the new Taliban government, Yalda Hakim travels back to Afghanistan to find out what the country is like under their rule.
Australian scientists say the spinning object is unlike anything astronomers have seen before.
In a US first, San Jose, California will make gun owners insure themselves against injury or accident.
Michael Williams allegedly sold a gun to Malik Faisal Akram days before he took hostages in Texas.
The plaintiffs, aged between six and 16 at the time of the disaster, argue they got cancer from radiation.
Boris Johnson rejects the opposition leader's calls to quit during a heated session in parliament.
Five people were killed after a National Guard conscript opened fire at an aerospace plant in Dnipro.
US officials say the vessel, which capsized on Sunday, may have been part of a "smuggling venture".
The legal measures are dropped but some shoppers and commuters will still be asked to wear face coverings.
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