The two sides taunt each other at the UN, with Iran accusing the US of "bullying and imposition".
He was once "America's Dad" but now comedian Bill Cosby is starting a jail term for sexual assault.
Federal investigators suspect police in Acapulco have been infiltrated by drugs gangs.
Padma Lakshmi's article in the NYT comes amid allegations against Donald Trump's Supreme Court pick.
An Australian woman asked for an investigation after her son ate fruit that later changed colour.
Jessie wakes up from her nap and is "shocked and excited" to find a new camera in her enclosure.
Ji Chaoqun is accused of trying to recruit engineers and scientists on behalf of a Chinese official.
Manufactured in 1976, it is one of only a handful of functional units of its kind left in the world.
Swiss police reportedly suspected the Russian, who denies wrongdoing, of involvement with criminality.
Europe's workhorse rocket racks up its 100th launch as it battles stiff American competition.
"She admits that she was drunk," the president says of his Supreme Court nominee's second accuser.
A user was told by staff hateful material would be removed, but the posts remained online.
A man is given a 300-euro (£270) fine for sexual aggression under a new law against street harassment.
Kenyan journalist Waihiga Mwaura is this year's winner of the BBC World News Komla Dumor award.
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