The officer who shot Daunte Wright in Minneapolis faces a charge of second-degree manslaughter.
"It is time for American troops to come home," says Joe Biden, the fourth president to oversee the war.
An expert called by the defence says drugs and heart problems contributed to George Floyd's death.
It is the first European country to fully withdraw the jab over possible links to rare blood clots.
Coinbase, which runs a leading trading platform for Bitcoin, hit nearly $100bn in its stock market listing, before slipping.
A BBC team meets the Taliban, a group that clearly sees itself as Afghanistan's government-in-waiting.
Members of the Royal Family release previously unpublished photographs of the Duke of Edinburgh.
Rescuers have so far saved six of the commercial ship's reported 18 crew members from the water.
Prince Philip will be remembered in a service at St George's Chapel, at Windsor Castle, on Saturday.
Bernie Madoff admitted he had conned investors out of billions of dollars in a Ponzi scheme.
La Soufriere, on the island of St Vincent, has been erupting for the past five days.
Sir James Dyson defends moving his firm's headquarters to Singapore and says Dyson is a British firm.
Colton Underwood rose to fame on the long-running reality TV show, which sees a man select a wife.
The 100-year-old temple clock has started ticking again after an aftershock hit the region.
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