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Republican health bill in jeopardy after CBO bombshell
Several of the party's senators say they are against even debating the bill after a damaging analysis.
Trump causes 'major' shift in global view of US: Pew
The US president and his policies "are broadly unpopular around the globe", a survey says.
Three CNN journalists resign after Trump aide article removed
Donald Trump Jr called the network "fake news" after it published the now retracted article.
Pregnant Serena Williams poses naked on the cover of Vanity Fair
The tennis star, who is six months pregnant, poses naked for photographer Annie Leibovitz.
US deportations of Iraqis halted by Michigan judge
The court rules the Chaldean Catholics, Sunni Muslims and Iraqi Kurds faced danger back in Iraq.
Trump hotel in Toronto to lose president's name
The US firm that owns the hotel says a deal has been reached to buy out its management contracts.
Emmett Till Mississippi civil rights memorial defaced again
The monument to the Chicago boy was also vandalised last month, while another one nearby was shot.
Stanford rape case Judge Aaron Persky faces recall petition
The jurist faces an organised bid to de-bench him after a sentence that critics deemed too lenient.
IMF cuts forecasts for US economic growth
The body reins back its growth estimates due to uncertainty about White House policies.
Syria chemical attack may be being prepared, US warns
Syria is planning another chemical attack, the US says, warning it would pay a "heavy price".
Trump travel ban injunction partly lifted by top US court
The US Supreme Court partly implements the travel and refugee bans pending a full review in October.
Canada nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer jailed for life for murders
A former Ontario nurse is sentenced to life in prison for killing eight elderly people in her care.
Photographer John Sanderson captures the quiet moments between passing trains.
A decades-old murder and how a Supreme Court decision means freedom for one man, and life in prison for the other
Quitting while ahead
As Oscar winner Daniel Day-Lewis announces he is retiring, here are some other stars who quit being an actor.
During the Cold War, hundreds of gay men and lesbians in Canada lost government and military jobs because of their sexual orientation. They are about to get an apology.
Dreaming of Trump
Trumps supporters keep energetically turning out to his rallies, even now that the election is over.
Never too old
Pat Gallant-Charette, 66, becomes the oldest woman to make the 21-mile swim across the English Channel.
They've won Olympic gold medals and league championships - but these top athletes still seek recognition.
Burying the truth
The secret of how a healthy young American ended up in a coma in a North Korean jail may have gone with him to the grave.
As US public anger towards the Hermit Kingdom grows after Otto Warmbier's death, how will Trump react?
Google hit with record EU fine over Shopping service
The European Commission penalises the US tech giant for illegally favouring its own shopping service.
Western Digital resubmits Toshiba chip unit bid
The US firm bids again for Toshiba's flagship flash memory unit amid a battle over the sale of the business.
Fed: US banks have money for crisis
The 34 largest US banks passed the first part of the Federal Reserve's annual stress test.
Crowd catches girl after ride fall
A father describes the moment it happened at a Six Flags theme park in New York.
Trump on Modi: US-India relations 'never been stronger'
US President Donald Trump and Indian PM Narendra Modi speak about their countries' relationship.
First female soldier leads Queen's Guard at Palace
Meet Captain Megan Couto on the day she makes history at Buckingham Palace.
'Cuba Libro': The Communist island's only English bookshop
Cuba’s only English-language bookshop is flourishing. Our correspondent, Will Grant, popped in.
Hyperlane: A special lane for self-driving vehicles
A US company is proposing special lanes on roads purely for self-driving vehicles.
Tornado causes major spillage at Alabama liquor store
Tropical Storm Cindy tears through the southern United States creating extreme weather patterns and widespread damage, including this liquor store.
'I saw Warmbier seized at NK airport'
The British roommate of Otto Warmbier saw his American friend being arrested - he never saw him again.
Russia probe led by Mueller is 'ridiculous' says Trump
The Russia probe led by Robert Mueller is staffed by Clinton supporters, making it "ridiculous", says President Trump.
Where did Trump the Outsourcing Slayer go?
After promising "consequences" for sending jobs overseas, President Donald Trump’s threats don't seem to be paying off.
Ahmad Musa Jabril: Radical US preacher beyond FBI's reach
His sermons on jihad are popular with extremists - and they're protected by the First Amendment.