BBC News - World
Updated: 1 hour 32 min ago
Rod Rosenstein says he will step down in May after a rocky relationship with President Donald Trump.
Mark Steven Domingo allegedly planned to commit mass murder in "revenge for Christchurch attack".
A beluga whale was found with suspicious equipment off Norway's coast
Dennis Muilenburg says a safety mechanism was only one factor in two fatal Boeing plane crashes.
Rapper Jay-Z, singer Miley Cyrus and the Killers band were booked to play at Woodstock 50 in New York.
Navy Rear Admiral John Ring was fired as Guantanamo Bay prison commander after a month-long inquiry.
Officials say more than 700 Americans have been infected, calling the outbreak "completely avoidable".
Halima Aden becomes the first model to wear a burkini in Sports Illustrated's swimsuit issue.
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who has not been seen on camera since 2014, vows revenge for his militants.
Phil Watson is "killed" by a zombie baby and a spider.
Lori Kaye was killed after shielding her rabbi from a gunman who opened fire at a Passover service.
A US firm has apologised for a job ad that stated it would prefer white candidates.
They failed to win a majority but hold out the prospect of governing alone if necessary.
Torrential rain and strong winds make getting aid into the cyclone-affected area almost impossible.
Social media users protest against removing a suggestive artwork from Poland's national gallery.
North Korean state TV introduces a more casual, modern-looking weather broadcast.
A tame beluga wearing a Russian harness is thought to have come from a Russian navy facility.
Flooding caused by torrential rains has killed nearly 40 people and left thousands homeless in Sumatra.
Smoke from the recycling plant fire has led people to flee over potentially toxic chemicals in the air.
Jakarta, home to 10 million people, is sinking and has one of the world's worst traffic problems.