Here are today’s hottest stories.
President Donald Trump’s sudden dismissal of Attorney General Jeff Sessions was a swift strike to exploit Washington’s new power dynamics after the midterm elections.
Authorities are responding to a shooting at a bar in Thousands Oaks, California.
Tesla has picked Australian telecoms executive Robyn Denholm to replace Elon Musk as chair of the electric car company’s board.
Chinese exports leaped almost 16% in October even though the United States imposed new tariffs in the trade war between the two countries.
One day after the election, Trump snapped at the White House press corps, called reporters “rude” for asking questions, and made baseless claims about political polling.
Car companies are betting on bikes and scooters to protect themselves from disruption.
In a new documentary celebrating his 70th birthday, Britain’s Prince Charles says that he will shift gears once he takes on the role of the monarch.
Boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. has denied that he agreed to fight Japanese kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa in a televised bout on New Year’s Eve, saying that he and his team had been misled as to the conditions of the fight.
Asia Bibi’s lawyer tells AFP that she is “on a plane” to an unknown destination.
Emile Ratelband wants to officially change his birth date by 20 years to boost his Tinder prospects.
The 12 jurors will decide if Mexico’s notorious criminal will spend the rest of his life in prison.
As concern grows about climate change and resources, is it time to re-use more of our junk?
The White House is accused of engaging in “Orwellian” tactics after banning CNN reporter.
The new tax law left Republicans with crumbs on Election Day.
“If he really thought [Jim] was unfair, then why did he call on him? Because he wants the confrontation,” The New York Times’ Peter Baker wrote.
A running diary.
The ousted attorney general was the face of the push to separate families at the border, end DACA and restrict asylum.
The frightened feline got more than it bargained for.
Trump’s fiery exchange with CNN’s White House correspondent Jim Acosta has led to the reporter’s press credentials being revoked.
Facebook’s Portal and Portal+ speakers are available just in time for the holiday shopping season, the company announced. They also definitely won’t spy on you.
Everything we know so far about how Samsung’s foldable phone with Infinity Flex Display will work.