Just weeks before the election, critics have accused the Republican governor of voter suppression.
Video shows Canadian police raiding an alleged operation at a lavish mansion in Ontario.
An Canadian interviewee’s arrest on hoax-terrorism charges prompts a review of his media portrayal.
Should we mute the microphones, find a better referee, or cancel them altogether?
Trek-Segafredo’s junior road race world champion Quinn Simmons apologises after he made “divisive, incendiary, and detrimental” statements on Twitter.
A court has ruled that Daphne Boël and her children can claim the title of Princess of Belgium.
France’s health minister has warned that new measures could be introduced by Monday.
Amazon says issues with its Ring bell were caused by infrastructure delays and apologises to owners.
The outcry continues to grow over the treatment of Joyce Echaquan in a Quebec hospital.
It’s estimated that 550 million people will travel domestically during the eight-day holiday.
The two countries are locked in a row over energy resources and borders in the Mediterranean.
Once online streaming figures are counted, the audience could have been tens of millions higher.
How precariously balanced rocks will inform the earthquake hazards faced by critical infrastructure.
Sundar Pichai, Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey will be quizzed by senators.