The justice, an iconic champion of women's rights, dies at 87 after suffering from pancreatic cancer.
The ship that brought the Pilgrims 400 years ago has been politicised since the founding of the US.
The ban on downloading the apps in the US takes effect on Sunday unless President Trump intervenes.
The CDC caused controversy in August by saying that anyone without symptoms should not be tested.
The human rights lawyer says she is "dismayed" by the UK being prepared to break international law.
The actor's lawyer dismisses the charges as politically motivated at a court hearing in Los Angeles.
If you're leaving your rubbish in a Thai national park, you might be reunited with it by post.
A man is found guilty of a racially aggravated public order offence for sending the fruit to a black man.
Many northern hemisphere countries are bracing for a second wave of the pandemic as winter approaches.
New restrictions in the Spanish capital come as Europe braces itself for a second wave of infections.
Boris Johnson says he doesn't want another lockdown - but national measures may need to be tightened.
The forest fires have had a devastating impact on the wildlife of the world's largest wetland.
A rule change means about 100 more of those who served with British forces will be able to live in the UK.
It comes after a three-year campaign, but is expected to face fierce opposition from conservatives.
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