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Rod Rosenstein, who oversees the Russia inquiry, faces crunch talks with Donald Trump this week.
BBC bosses tell dance teacher Teresa Lawrence to rebrand her business to avoid any confusion.
Pet-owners could have to consult a vet at least four months before travelling to the EU.
Lofty the boa constrictor is now being cared for at a wildlife sanctuary.
"I am with him all the way," the president says of the embattled US Supreme Court nominee.
The Australian tycoon retains a sprawling media empire across three continents despite selling Sky.
Tom Brady can do nothing to save the New England Patriots from back-to-back losses, while the Buffalo Bills produce the upset of the week.
Chris Taylor who has bone cancer got to play Nintendo's Super Smash Bros. Ultimate game early following a social media campaign.
The 15-year-old's father held a phone to her ear so her mother and brother could say goodbye.
Universities including Aberdeen, St Andrews and Chester have introduced blocks where alcohol is banned.
OK is among 300 added to the list of allowed words by the game's official dictionary.
The UK and US have a special relationship which means its leaders can have "frank and open discussions" says Theresa May.
The government is considering action amid fears they are being abused by people with eating disorders.
Alex Bowen and Olivia Buckland are the first pair from the hit show to become husband and wife.
The firm says the change to WW reflects its development from focusing on weight loss to overall health.
Laura Plummer, from Hull, was jailed for bringing almost 300 Tramadol tablets into Egypt.
No 10 says ministers are united amid pressure on her to do a U-turn and back Canada-style trade deal.
Struggling to get out of bed after four back operations, 1,199 in the world at one point, 1,876 days since victory - Tiger Woods' comeback is redemption and rebirth, says Tom Fordyce.
India's newest airport, which is carved out of a mountain, has been called an "engineering marvel".
Callum Hancock was raped as a child, aged 10, by a 14-year-old boy who bullied him.