Guardian investigation reveals $64bn fund includes investments in companies involved in bribery and major environmental damageThe United Nations is facing calls for a full review of its staff pension fund after the Guardian uncovered that it has around a
A pit bull brought aboard a New York City subway train last week bit down on the shoe of a woman who had gotten into an argument with the dog’s owner, prompting a carload of passengers to rush to her aid, a video shows.
A George W. Bush-appointed federal judge on Tuesday ruled that President Trump's decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, known as DACA, "was unlawful and must be set aside."
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When a rape trial ends in acquittal, what do the anonymous women who made the claims do next? They are the women whose voices we rarely hear, whose faces we are not allowed to print in the newspaper. A rape trial ends in an acquittal. The accused gives a
The New York state Senate will remain in control of the Republican Party despite two Democrats winning special elections Tuesday. That's because a key Democrat who has caucused with the GOP announced he'll stay put, keeping Republicans in charge at least
Republican candidate Debbie Lesko won a special election for a U.S. House seat in Arizona Tuesday night, to replace former Rep. Trent Franks, who resigned in December over sexual misconduct allegations.
ARCH-BREXITEER Jacob Rees-Mogg last night warned remainer Lords they risk “burning down their house” by going against the will of the people on Brexit. Telling peers they could yet be abolished, the powerful Tory MP also took a side swipe at Theresa M