Here are the stories making headlines today.
President Donald Trump said in an interview broadcast Sunday night that Russian President Vladimir Putin is “probably” involved in assassinations and poisonings, but “it’s not in our country.”
Americans are becoming more likely to think President Donald Trump will win a second term in office, while Joe Biden stands atop a crowded field of Democrats perhaps looking to replace him, according to a new CNN Poll conducted by SSRS.
Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, is expecting her first child with Prince Harry, Kensington Palace announced Monday. The baby is expected in the spring of 2019.
Sears, the once-dominant retail chain that changed how Americans shopped and lived, has filed for bankruptcy.
An Indian government minister has hit back at a series of allegations of sexual harassment, rejecting calls to step down, after he became the most prominent public figure to be named in what’s been dubbed India’s #MeToo movement.
Fresh from defending his Lightweight title against Conor McGregor, the UFC’s Khabib Nurmagomedov has set his sights on another undefeated fighter — boxing’s Floyd Mayweather.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton hit back against criticism her husband, former President Bill Clinton, should have resigned in the wake of the Monica Lewinsky scandal, and insisted his affair was not an abuse of power and Lewinsky “was an adult.”
The romance between “Sweetener” singer Ariana Grande and “SNL” performer Pete Davidson has turned sour.
After seven devastating years of civil war in Syria, which have left more than 350,000 people dead, President Bashar al-Assad appears close to victory against the forces trying to overthrow him. So how has Mr Assad got so close to winning this bloody, brutal war?
At least six people have been killed by flash floods in the Aude region of south-western France. Local authorities say several months’ worth of rain fell in just a few hours overnight, leaving roads blocked in some areas. One woman was swept away by the River Aude, local broadcaster BFMTV reports.
A woman whose husband pretended to have cancer has said his years of lying “stole so much of my life”. Lucy Witchard, of Leicester, said David Carroll, 35, told her he had leukaemia when they met in 2006 – they married in 2011 and have since divorced.
US President Donald Trump has accused climate change scientists of having a “political agenda” as he cast doubt on whether humans were responsible for the earth’s rising temperatures. But Mr Trump also said he no longer believed climate change was a hoax.
We’d never get you to say sorry for sending an adorable cat picture. But the U.S. Embassy in Canberra, Australia has apologised on behalf of the Department of State who did just that, accidentally sending a test email featuring a photo of a cat dressed in a Cookie Monster costume.
Giant pigs aren’t exactly a common sight on the streets of southern California. But when one started tromping around in San Bernadino, local police came up with a solution that was equal parts ingenious and delicious. Doritos.
It might not be flying taxis, but self-driving taxis on the road started test runs in Dubai on Sunday. At the annual consumer electronics trade show Gitex, Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority, or RTA, showed off its autonomous taxi service.
Kanye West came back to Saturday Night Live this week. Sort of. The latest episode’s cold open sketch imagined what the scene must have been like inside the White House on Thursday when West sat for lunch with Donald Trump and NFL hall of famer Jim Brown.
Tesla is catching up. The electric car maker has been long struggling to keep up with car orders for its newest electric sedan, the Model 3, but this week it hit a major milestone: 100,000 of the cars produced. That number came in after barely a year and a half after Tesla started producing the car.