"He's against God. He's against guns," Mr Trump said of his Democratic challenger.
Israa Seblani was posing for her wedding photographs when the huge explosion shook the nearby port area of Beirut.
Mohammed bin Salman has been accused of sending a hit-squad to kill a former Saudi official.
New York's attorney general announces a lawsuit aimed at dissolving the powerful gun lobbying group.
The changes start from 04:00 BST on Saturday except in Wales, where they start midnight Thursday.
The star opens up to Gwyneth Paltrow, who herself regrets using the phrase "conscious uncoupling".
The US reimposes a 10% tariff on some Canadian aluminium products.
The boys were fleeing police and "had no idea" they had entered the US president's property.
The zoo has been trying to return the pandas to China, but travel has been thwarted by coronavirus.
The man has been accused of producing ketamine as relations between the countries remain fraught.
The visiting French president says funding is available but reforms must take place before it is sent.
The actress says she "should never have played Nina" in the heavily criticised 2016 biopic.
The firm said usage almost halved during the pandemic despite a food delivery boom.
A six-year-old girl "nearly chokes" on Happy Meal from the Aldershot branch of the fast food giant.
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