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Former US central bank head Janet Yellen says the president has no grasp of key issues or the Fed's purpose.
The musician scored hits with It's My Life and Life's What You Make It before vanishing from view.
A day after offering to resign, Iran's foreign minister blames "infighting" for hindering his work.
Maruv will no longer represent Ukraine after a dispute with the country's national broadcaster.
Sprinter Gina Bass, the first Gambian woman to compete at the Olympics, says athletes are underfunded.
Veteran Univision journalist Jorge Ramos says President Nicolás Maduro did not like his questions.
The world's worst humanitarian crisis has an estimated 10 million people on the brink of famine.
A Pakistani military spokesman accuses India of dropping "a payload" near an area called Balakot.
Carles Puigdemont, the ex-president of the Spanish region of Catalonia, spoke to the BBC about life in self-imposed exile
The high drama of the first days of the case gave way to sighs that had to be contained in a secret trial.
Ceremonial guards, his running bodyguards and flag-waving crowds greeted Mr Kim as his train arrived.
The war against IS may be almost over, but Idlib residence face the threat of al-Qaeda-linked groups.
While the West continues to shun the crown prince, Asian nations have pulled out the red carpet.
Cardinal George Pell becomes the most senior Catholic figure to be convicted of sexual offences.
The US financial regulator asks a judge to sanction the Tesla boss for breaking a deal over tweeting.
The leaders of the US and North Korea are meeting again - why, and what will they talk about?
The R&B star posts $100,000 bail after pleading not guilty to 10 charges of sex abuse in court.
Archdeacon David Pierpoint told RTE the Crusader's head has been "severed from his body and taken away".
The biggest investor in the cross-Channel train service says it will be ready whatever the Brexit scenario.
Police capture video of huge ice chunks flowing over a retaining wall along the Niagara River.