Special counsel Robert Mueller will not recommend further charges, a justice department official says.
Now, at last, we will see the full manuscript of what the special counsel has discovered. Or maybe we won't.
Small groups are let in to the Al-Noor mosque where dozens of people were killed on 15 March.
Theresa May says if there isn't "sufficient support" for her deal a vote may not happen next week.
"Mayor Pete" can speak seven languages but for other presidential wannabes, being bilingual is not always a plus.
Fema admits accidentally sharing 2.3 million people's addresses and bank details.
Big families are not unusual in the Ukrainian village of Glynn, but one couple has gone further than most.
Christchurch shootings: The people killed as they prayed
Ten men are detained on suspicion of planning to carry out an Islamist terror attack, police say.
A state of emergency is declared as thousands evacuate their homes in northern and western Australia.
Pepper spray and tear gas are used to disperse crowds of fans of rival social media stars.
Dozens of people were killed and hundreds more injured in an explosion at a chemical plant in eastern China.
The US president did not withdraw recently imposed North Korea sanctions, officials clarified.
The FTSE 100 saw its worst day of trading this year, while US stock markets have also fallen sharply.
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