The mayor's warning kept federal immigration enforcement from arresting as many as 800 people, according to US Immigration and Customs Enforcement
Three survivors - all women - in a critical condition after Boeing 737 jet comes down near Cuban capital
It is unclear exactly how much China is willing to reduce that deficit, however
Muslim leaders pledge to take 'economic measures' against countries that move their embassies to Jerusalem
Miguel Arias Canete says 28-nation bloc hopes to increase trade with the Islamic republic
Activists said all of those arrested by state security had worked in some capacity on women’s rights issues
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The 12 year-old threw Zara to the ground after she bit his finger during a class visit to Kecskemeti
Organisations such as Planned Parenthood would be barred from advising patients on how to seek terminations under new rules
Remarks caught on camera at event for Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation staff
Man has not been charged in connection with the explosion
Trump ‘congratulates’ America on anniversary of Mueller investigation - but what next for the Russia probe?
Nineteen indictments in 365 days point to how expansive Special Counsel Robert Mueller's probe has become
EU says it will refuse to negotiate with ‘sword of Damocles’ over its head
The vote has ended a difficult confirmation fight centred on Ms Haspel's ties to the spy agency's past use of waterboarding
President brands special counsel investigation 'the greatest witch hunt in American history'
Officials do not expect eruption to be deadly
McCain's chief sin today is that he is one of a number of conservatives who don’t much care for President Donald Trump, and has been willing to say as much
Thomas Markle is accused of using a royal marriage for publicity, and no one has ever stooped this low before. Example: Pippa Middleton’s column in Vanity Fair is nothing to do with the fact she’s Kate’s sister – she got the job because of her incisive analysis of the Japanese economy
The last thing the Kremlin wants is more European integration and a seamless chain of EU member states from the Aegean to the Alps
Meghan Markle's father is said to be undergoing heart surgery after being the subject of a newspaper expose and intense media speculation about whether he will attend his daughter's wedding.
Back when Gamergate was still burrowing its way, maggot-like, up out of the rotting body of online misogyny, a bunch of well-meaning folks asked me: 'Why are you writing about this?' And my answer at the time was: this is the future of politics
Kumail Nanjiani, Christine Teigen, Ellen DeGeneres, Steven King and more have their say
A guide to the holy month for the well-intentioned but clueless
It goes against the very idea of inclusivity for all to suggest you can only be a part of our community if you look and act a certain way. And if you don’t and still claim your queerness, then you have to prove it
Those of us who saw the body of Muammar Gaddafi and his son Mutassim lying on the floor of a meat warehouse in Libya could well understand why Kim Jong-un would not want the same fate to befall him
After a pulsating first half hour, the film loses its momentum slightly
We sleep with more bacteria from our bodies and fewer plant ones than primates do, research reveals
Aggressive expansion of new original content seems to have paid off
‘They are importing barrels that cost $80 to $90 and selling them at $0’
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The tech giant is doubling down on its efforts to get consumers to view the iPad as a productivity device. And it might also be betting that new iPad Pros will prevent cannibalization from happening.
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Investing is always tough, but it gets tougher when volatility returns. With the markets all over the map, we took some notes from some of the biggest investing legends.
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More restrictions on Facebook's gathering and usage of user data could challenge the tech giant's very business model.
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Going long gold is not a no-brainer move despite the return of stock market uncertainty. Here is what the charts are saying.
Amid concerns about data and too many gadgets, the garden might offer some respite
The new iPad isn't the best tablet you can buy, but the best you will
Hyperloop: The 1,000 kph race to realize Elon Musk’s improbable dream
Nintendo's newest product shows it might have found the future of fun
Why we might need new cities after the Uber self-driving car death
How to delete Facebook for good
New hardware created as 'a way for more fans to enjoy gaming'
'You’d be going very fast the whole time and the only time you’d actually stop would be when you exit.'
Film hailed as a modest masterpiece from a veteran filmmaker
The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, Cannes 2018, review: Fun but unfocused
Cannes 2018: controversy, glamour and absurdity at the film festival
The Handmaid's Tale star Ann Dowd: 'I'm drawn to loners'
Deadpool 2 director explains how that massive cameo came about
Emma Thompson really doesn't care about the royal wedding
The singer is close friends with Prince Harry
Portrait painter who led glamorous, globe-trotting life best known for Art Deco post-Cubist work depicting high society world of modernity and money
Paris museum becomes city's first to let nudists inside
Nobel Prize in Literature postponed amid sexual misconduct allegations
Artists at Work, review: A fine show which demands close attention
Meet Florence Peake – 'the Lena Dunham of contemporary art'
The Turner Prize’s 10 most memorable and outrageous winners
This book, steeped in parental love, is worth reading for a brilliant essay on taking his son to Men's Fashion Week alone
Tom Wolfe, author of 'The Bonfire of the Vanities', dies aged 87
The books that Premier League footballers recommend for children
An author in perfect flux: Jack Grimwood and his latest thriller
The Divine Heart of Darkness by Catherine Bird review
The Saboteur Awards are here to shake up the literary establishment
Vegas can clinch the conference title and advance to the Stanley Cup final when the series resumes Sunday in Winnipeg
MLB admits they will have to pay a premium for players to come to UK
Baseball players race to capture escaped ducklings
Yankees and Red Sox to face off in London in first London ball game
Reid follows Kaepernick in filing grievance against NFL
Ibrahimovic 'misses Mourinho and United' after LA Galaxy move
Mourinho brands Chelsea 'predictable' after FA Cup defeat
Hazard’s virtuoso performance shows why he is Chelsea’s brightest star
Chelsea vs Manchester United FA Cup final player ratings
Why FA Cup final loss shows it's time for Mourinho to rip up rulebook
Hazard penalty fires Chelsea to victory against United in FA Cup final
Meghan Markle met Clare Waight Keller, the artistic director of Givenchy, last year
The bakery is one of the oldest businesses in Cleveleys
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