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The star spoke at an event supporting Democrat Stacey Abrams' campaign to be governor of Georgia.
Apple's revenues and profits rise, but caution about sales growth sees the share price slip.
Two friends were arguing over who could survive better in the wild. To settle the dispute, they created a whole new game.
Sex and violence make it into Jane Austen's plotlines as the novelist gets the Brazilian soap treatment.
Two candidates who represent the beating hearts of their party's base are locked in a no-holds barred fight.
A human rights tribunal found that seven resort employees were fired for not being Chinese.
Why are so many people talking about Elbridge Gerry ahead of the mid-term elections?
The president said it was an exciting development for the country, which is suffering economically.
Employees from across the world are protesting against the company's treatment of women.
The first direct flight from Athens to Skopje in more than a decade takes to the skies.
The thriller, in which US soldiers save a Russian president, was due to be shown on 1 November.
Sergio Moro headed Operation Car Wash, the anti-corruption probe that brought down former President Lula.
A convicted mafia killer is suspected of using a lock in a sock to beat the Boston gangster to death in prison.
The charges are linked to one of the world's biggest financial scandals - Malaysia's 1MDB fund.
Mr Trump's tone is under scrutiny as a poll shows voters are concerned about politicians' "incivility".
The man accused of shooting 11 worshippers at a synagogue on Saturday requests a jury trial.
The technology company agrees to pay up to £100,000 per illness after a decade-long campaign.
The discovery has raised hopes of answers for the families of two teenage girls last seen in 1983.
Tech glitch lets millions of Moscow traffic offenders off the hook.
Scientists set out to read the DNA of 1.5 million species, starting a "new chapter in biology".