The former American football and movie star is freed after serving nine years for armed robbery.
The rock star was taken to hospital after the incident in New York on Saturday night.
Gerard Pique says he will retire from Spain duty before the World Cup if his support for Catalonia's independence referendum is a problem.
In a tweet the US president appears to undercut his secretary of state over Pyongyang.
Catalan authorities say 761 people are hurt as police use force to try to stop an independence vote.
Spanish police are filmed violently tackling voters as they try to prevent a banned vote in Catalonia, Spain.
George W. Bush's response to Hurricane Katrina will no longer serve as the measure of presidential failures during crisis, writes Juliette Kayyem.
There were calls to ban the song Same Love from the NRL final amid Australia's gay marriage vote.
Police forcibly remove ballot papers from voters.
The Syrian Observatory says almost a thousand civilians died in September, including 207 children.
This week's stories that should push your "hug button".
Violence flares in the Spanish region as police try to halt a banned independence referendum.
Colombia's military and the ELN begin their first temporary truce in more than 50 years of conflict.
Spanish riot police try to stop a referendum on Catalonian independence from going ahead.
The A380 with more than 500 people on board makes an emergency landing at a small Canadian airport.
Two men, together for 38 years, are the first to marry on the day the new law comes into force.
Five fans are seriously injured as a barrier collapses at the front of a stand during a French top-flight match.
President Donald Trump, a loud and persistent critic of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), recently began renegotiating this trade deal with Canada and Mexico. The President promised to secure a fair deal for American workers. That sounds great. After all, we don't think Americans should be forced to compete with poorly paid workers from Mexico or elsewhere, and we can demand that companies that want to trade with us lift wages, benefits, and health and safety standards for their foreign workers.
For many of those forced out of their villages by Mount Agung, makeshift shelters are now home.
Eyewitness Anthony Biscardi describes the moment a large prop fell on rock star Marilyn Manson.