Making Money presenter Charles Payne says the claim, involving a married analyst, is "an ugly lie".
"You see all this? It now belongs to my family after decades of hard labor and sweat. We've redeemed it," says Lorenzo Pacitti as he points to the hills surrounding his estate.
Rakuten, one of Japan's largest online retailers, has bowed to pressure and banned ivory sales.
Firefighters say no one was injured by the blaze in the unfinished building in Oakland, California.
The latest UN-backed talks were seen as the best chance to end the 43-year partition of the island.
Israel denounces the decision, accusing the UN cultural agency of being a "political tool".
Clueless envoys rely on one method to glimpse the president's thinking, even if they won't admit it.
Australian tennis star Bernard Tomic is starting to pay a price for being "bored" with tennis.
Attackers in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula launched strikes Friday at several military checkpoints, leaving soldiers dead and injured, the military said in a statement.
The spreading of the rumour doughnuts are not halal in response to Islamaphobic taunts
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Turkey's detention of leading human rights activists draws international condemnation.
Since it first launched in Barcelona nearly a decade ago, the World Architecture Festival (WAF) has showcased some of the most ambitious and impressive new buildings on Earth, and the event's World Building Of The Year award, has become one of the most prestigious accolades in the industry.
Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny has been released from prison early after serving 25 days of his month-long sentence, his press secretary said Friday.
Her lawyers said she had not known she was pregnant after being raped.
The students were twice denied visas to attend a multi-national competition in Washington.
The wedding is in breach of both custom and the law and has drawn both attention and concern.
The Danakil Depression in northern Ethiopia is a hostile volcanic area - and new research there could show scientists how life might survive on Mars.
The four Arab states describe Doha's rejections of their demands as a threat to regional security.