Liz Cheney criticises the former president after losing to a Trump-backed candidate in Wyoming.
Ten people are injured, three seriously, as a train is caught up in a wildfire in eastern Spain.
Experts behind the project claim the technology for "de-extinction" already exists, but others are sceptical.
Around the world people are adapting to high food prices, sometimes by changing what they eat.
Around 20,500 Jews out of an estimated 165,000 Russian Jews, have moved from to Israel since March.
Henry Reese, who was moderator at the event where the author was stabbed, speaks to the BBC.
Factories are shut in the south-western Sichuan province and residents of a big city face blackouts.
The president hails the $700bn (£579bn) act as the "final piece" of his domestic agenda.
Scott Morrison, who is still an MP, was revealed to have secretly held additional government roles.
She largely left the spotlight before the 2016 election of Donald Trump, who has become her key ally.
The most powerful rocket ever developed by the US space agency is rolled to the launch pad.
Eleven Hindu men convicted for her gang-rape and the murder of her family members have been freed.
One paddleboarder was knocked into the water by a whale's fin, which clipped his board.
Israeli and German leaders express outrage after Mahmoud Abbas accuses Israel of "50 Holocausts".
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