American Democracy Legal Fund demands the U.S. Federal Election Commission investigate emails from Trump's campaign soliciting campaign contributions from lawmakers in six countries.
Concerns about whether Gestapo officer Herr Flick would insult viewers are behind a decision by the BBC to scrap plans to revive the World War Two-era show 'Allo, Allo,' British media say.
Michael Foster slams Labour's leader in the Mail Online after losing a court battle to overrule Corbyn's automatic candidacy in next month's leadership race.
Additional man killed in shooting police are reluctant to label hate crime.
A former school mate writes a letter in The Independent suggesting Farage held pro-Nazi views as a teen in the '70s. Farage once denied such claims as 'untrue.'
The Washington-based institution is showing a video called #SaveSyria featuring aid workers appealing for a no-fly zone over the battered city.
Egyptian media had reported that Islam el-Shahabi may forfeit the match completely, but in the end he chose to just snub the Israeli.
North American summer camps of the Habonim Dror movement are experimenting with gender-neutral nouns in Hebrew for transgender campers.
A Newsweek report details how Islamist militants are mining World War II explosives buried in the Sahara sands for use in their wars in Egypt and Libya.
Enes Kanter of the Oklahoma City Thunder writes that his family publicly disavowed him over his support for Fethullah Gulen, adding that 'from now on my mother, father and siblings are the devoted members of Hizment.'