Elizabeth Warren's response to being silenced in the Senate is a reminder confidence is a skill -- one women everywhere embrace, says Mel Robbins.
Maik Schneider of the far-right National Democratic Party is sentenced to eight years in jail.
President Putin sends condolences over the "tragic incident" and both countries plan to investigate.
Simonne Butler recounts her ex attacking her with a sword and having her hands reattached, in New Zealand in 2003.
Romanian Justice Minister Florin Iordache has resigned over a controversial government decree that would have protected many politicians from being prosecuted for corruption offences.
Prosecutors say the failed hack just hours after deadly bombings in 2016 had "no terrorist motives".
He's been the victim of fake news, so what does Denzel think about all the information out there?
Viewsnight is BBC Newsnight's new place for ideas and opinion. Here, French-Algerian journalist Nabila Ramdani argues Marine Le Pen will not win in France.
Ghana's new government counts its presidential fleet only to find more than 200 cars are unaccounted for.
A girl who elders believe died from nuclear testing is at the centre of an emotional row in Australia.
The reinforced glass wall is designed to stop gunmen or vehicles storming the site, officials say.
Civil rights campaigns, charities, parodies, and the media are all seeing a surge in support.
Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee speaks out against the president's criticism of the judiciary.
The plans include an increase in financial incentives for failed asylum seekers who voluntarily leave.
Tongan Pita Taufatofua became widely known at Rio 2016 for his shirtless Opening Ceremony appearance, but he's now trying to qualify for Pyeongchang 2018.
Wikipedia has barred citations of The Daily Mail after editors of the online encyclopedia concluded Wednesday that the British tabloid is "generally unreliable."
Germany's trade surplus reached a new record of €252.9 billion ($270 billion) in 2016, the largest gap between exports and imports since the country's statistical agency started keeping records.
Scientists say orangutans "kiss squeaks" could help us understand the origins of human language.
The Cheyenne River Sioux file a legal challenge asking a federal judge to stall the project.