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Unable to play as often as he'd like, the president has installed a simulator in his private quarters.
The lawmaker was annoyed at being ignored by staff but later returned to the supermarket to pay.
Every Republican senator and several Democrats voted for Mr Barr to lead the Department of Justice.
Canada's top court reversed the acquittal of a teacher who took pictures of his students' cleavage.
Archaeologists reveal, on Valentine's Day, a painting of the man who fell in love with himself.
Instead of giving evidence, Kora the courtroom dog is there to give support to child witnesses.
Illegal tracks known as "trochas" are being used to cross into Colombia to trade.
Voters are bombarded with propaganda ahead of Saturday's presidential election, but how much is accurate?
The abandoned Chernobyl exclusion zone could be about to change for the first time since the world's worst nuclear disaster.
Seventeen people were killed by an ex-student at a Florida high school on Valentine's Day in 2018.
The internet giant hit local opposition over more than $2bn in subsidies it had been promised.
YNW Melly, 19, is charged with shooting dead two other rappers, said to have been childhood friends.
The nation's foghorn politics is suddenly all about threats and "evil", writes the BBC's Hywel Griffith.
Kurdish-led fighters backed by the US are pushing into two villages near the Iraq border.
The Dallas man had been prohibited from purchasing a gun so he printed and assembled parts instead.
Two cases in Kenya's high court result in rare police convictions, including one death sentence.
The final version of the new EU copyright law is agreed after three days of talks in France.
Abdul Aziz Muhamat wrote about conditions at the Manus Island centre for asylum seekers.
Spike Lee, Martin Scorsese write open letter objecting to awards being given in commercial break.