A US man is suing a bank in Detroit after employees called the police when he tried to deposit cheques at their branch. Sauntore Thomas had attempted to put in money he had won after settling a racial
One person was killed and seven others seriously wounded, one of them a child, when a gunman opened fire in a busy area of the US city of Seattle. Police said the gunman fled the scene and was still at large. The motive for the shooting is not
US Democrats have ruled out a "witness swap" with Republicans in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial. Lawmakers who are seeking to remove the president from office hope to hear testimony from his former National Security Adviser
UN human rights experts have demanded an immediate investigation into allegations Saudi Arabia's crown prince hacked Amazon boss Jeff Bezos' phone. They said Mohammed bin Salman should also be investigated
A US psychologist who helped develop the CIA's "enhanced interrogation" techniques has given evidence before a military tribunal in Guantánamo Bay. James Mitchell said he had only agreed to testify there because
The US Senate has adopted ground rules for President Donald Trump's impeachment trial after nearly 13 hours of rancorous debate on the first day. Democratic prosecutors sparred with Mr Trump's lawyers
For only the third time in history, an American president is facing an impeachment trial, with hearings set to start on Tuesday at 13:00 (18:00 GMT). Such a trial could, in theory, lead to President Donald Trump being removed from office. That
Thousands of people are expected to descend on the US city of Richmond, in Virginia, on Monday for a pro-gun rally that authorities fear could turn violent. State governor Ralph Northam declared a state of emergency ahead of the rally,
US President Donald Trump's legal team has issued its first formal response to the impeachment charges against him, describing them as a "dangerous attack" on democracy. The document said the impeachment articles failed to allege any
The Ukrainian gas company at the centre of President Donald Trump's impeachment was successfully hacked by Russian military agents in November,
US Attorney General William Barr has asked Apple to unlock two phones of a Saudi man who carried out a mass shooting at a US base.
A man has been rescued after surviving more than three weeks in the Alaskan wilderness with little food and shelter.
An emergency alert about an incident at a nuclear power plant in southern Canada was sent to mobile phones by mistake, officials say.
The US says it is "ready to engage without preconditions in serious negotiations" with Iran following the countries' exchange of hostilities.
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