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Trump seeks probe into FBI election campaign 'infiltration'
The US president wants to know if the FBI was ordered to penetrate his campaign for political purposes.
Texas school shooting: Arm teachers to stop gunmen, official says
"Four or five guns to one" could stop gunmen from killing students, he says after a school shooting.
Hawaii volcano: Man hit by lava in first serious Kilauea injury
A man suffers serious leg injuries as Hawaii continues to battle the eruption of the Kilauea volcano.
US and China halt imposing import tariffs
No specific numbers are given, but the deal appears to have ended the imminent threat of a trade war.
Cougar shot dead after killing US cyclist and mauling another
US wildlife officers in Washington state track and shoot a cougar after a rare attack on humans.
Kentucky Derby winner closer to Triple Crown
Kentucky Derby winner Justify won the Preakness Stakes to stay on course to become the 13th horse to win US flat racing's Triple Crown.
Ex-Playmate and boy fall to deaths from New York hotel suite
Ex-Playmate Stephanie Adams was reportedly in a bitter custody battle with her ex-husband.
Dimitrios Pagourtzis: What we know about Texas shooting suspect
Hours before the attack, he made an ominous post on social media accompanied by an occult symbol.
Cristina Garcia: California lawmaker cleared of harassment
The investigation has also ordered Cristina Garcia to take sensitivity training.
Rapper Diddy buys $21.1m Kerry James Marshall painting
Sean "Diddy" Combs is thought to have paid a record price for a work by a living African-American artist.
Trump proposes federal funding curbs on US abortion clinics
It's the latest move in a widespread clampdown on abortion by the Trump administration.
Police shoot gunman at Trump-owned resort in Florida
The man, who was rambling about the US president, was shot and injured at a golf resort in Florida.
Santa Fe High School shooting: Who are the victims?
More about the two substitute teachers and eight students who were killed on Friday.
Ben Makuch of Vice takes on police in Supreme Court
Vice's Ben Makuch is fighting an order to hand communications with a terror suspect over to police.
Royal wedding preacher: Who is Michael Curry?
Bishop Curry captured the world's attention with a fiery address at the royal wedding.
Jameela Jamil was told she was 'too ethnic' to make it in the US
The British presenter-turned-actress talks about body image, equal pay and the #MeToo movement.
Hawaii's Kilauea: Volcano's dramatic images explained
The eruption of Hawaii's KÄ«lauea has produced striking images - but what's going on underneath?
A dog that transformed a 104-year-old's life
Milt Lessner has "always had dogs" - and he's 104 years old. So are dogs the secret to longevity?
Wedding is 'landmark' for African Americans
The diversity at the royal wedding showed us the passing of the torch to a new generation, writes Barrett Holmes Pitner.
Could James Comey have been a basketball superstar?
How do height, class and race influence your chances of becoming one of the sport's star names?
How the Texas school shooting unfolded
Ten people were killed and another 10 wounded when a gunman opened fire at Santa Fe High School in Texas.
Rudy Giuliani and the surprising things he said in first month
Rudy Giuliani had a revealing first month as President Donald Trump's lawyer. Some things surprised his boss.
13 Reasons Why: Season two is 'unnecessary', critics say
The second series premiered on Netflix on Friday.
The Mulroneys, Meghan Markle and her life among Toronto 'royalty'
Five things that the actress's life in Toronto tells us about the new royal.
On the battle lines over US abortion
A controversial restriction on abortions in Louisiana reflects the battle on abortion across the US.
Viewpoint: Why racism in US is worse than in Europe
Writer Barrett Holmes Pitner explains why he thinks American racism is unique.
How did a vape pen kill this Florida man?
The Florida man's death is believed to be the first in the US caused by a vape pen.
Whitney Houston sexually abused by cousin, film claims
The documentary alleges that Houston's cousin, Dee Dee Warwick, abused her as a child.
'It would be a disaster for Texas'
Worried Texan businesses call on Trump not to walk away from the free trade agreement between the US, Mexico and Canada.
'I hated myself for Abu Ghraib abuse'
One of the soldiers convicted in the Abu Ghraib scandal talks about its legacy.
Meghan Markle 'had a certain sparkle'
The royal bride's former teachers and first boyfriend recall her as a brave and passionate teen.
Cambridge Analytica starts bankruptcy proceedings in US
The firm at the centre of the Facebook data row has filed legal papers that will see it wound up.
China drops sanctions probe into US sorghum imports
Beijing and Washington are currently in talks to avoid the escalation of a trade war.
PayPal acquires Swedish payments firm iZettle
The move will boost PayPal's in-store presence as competition in the digital payments sector grow.
Royal Wedding 2018: How black culture featured
Meet the black gospel choir and African American preacher who took centre-stage at the royal wedding.
Royal wedding 2018: How the world watched it
From Meghan's old school to ex-pats in Spain, millions of people were doing the same thing on Saturday.
Royal wedding 2018: Inside glam US viewing party... at 6:45am
About 200 Americans rose very early to watch the wedding at a glitzy bash in Washington.
Royal wedding 2018: US Bishop wows with address
Bishop Curry of the US Episcopal Church gave the address at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding.
Santa Fe school shooting: Tears at vigil for victims
Memories are shared at a vigil for those who died when a pupil opened fire at Santa Fe High School.
Hawaii volcano sends 30,000ft plume into the air
Hawaii's Kilauea volcano exploded and sent ash flying thousands of metres into the air.
Truck driver survives highway fireball
A Texas truck driver survived this spectacular fireball in a highway crash.
Trump on Kim meeting: 'North Korea would be very rich'
Mr Trump says Kim Jong-un's fate would be different to Libya's Gaddafi after he gave up nuclear weapons.
Robot stands in for US student at graduation
Cynthia Pettway was too sick to attend the ceremony in Alabama, so her school came up with another plan.