The family-run charity agrees to close amid allegations that its funds were illegally misused.
After blistering comments, the judge agrees to hold off sentencing the ex-White House adviser.
Grandparents often step in when mums and dads can't. But a US experiment underlines the difference they can make.
With 100 days to go before Brexit, firms say they need "practical steps" not political infighting.
Shares in Softbank's mobile unit fall 14.5% on first day of trading on the Tokyo Stock Market.
Thousands of messages in which diplomats discuss a range of subjects have reportedly been intercepted.
A call to ban the rapid fire devices followed the 2017 Las Vegas shooting which left nearly 60 dead.
A former Nasa engineer spent six months building a disguised glitter bomb to surprise thieves stealing parcels from his doorstep.
A newly discovered creature that buries its head in the sand is named Dermophis donaldtrumpi.
The White House says it has found other sources of funding, a claim dismissed by Democrats.
The entrepreneur says his system will see modified electric cars travel at high speed underground.
Vital medicines are flown to a remote Vanuatu village in what will now become a regular service.
The mother received a travel waiver to see her son before he is taken off life support, officials say.
After starring in TV series Laverne & Shirley, she went on to become a director of hits such as Big.
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