King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium lead a minute's silence at Zaventem airport in Brussels.
The ex-oil executive says his wife convinced him to be secretary of state, a job he did not want.
The company says it was less trouble than going to the bank.
While North Korea's latest missile launch was a failure, Kim Jong Un is unlikely to stop nuclear missile tests anytime soon. CNN's WIll Ripley reports.
Monday was a turning point for Donald Trump's credibility. He had fibbed about crowd numbers, and pushed crazy conspiracy stories about illegal voters. But continuing to claim that former President Obama ordered the wiretapping of Trump Tower, even after the sitting FBI and NSA directors made clear it was false, was a new low.
He was told by US border officers to drink a liquid he was carrying; it was liquid methamphetamine.
Samuel Staples, a fresh-faced 20-year-old from London's Guildhall School of Music & Drama, appears nonchalant.
Paul Manafort's spokesman denies the allegation by a Ukrainian lawmaker as "baseless".
Nikolai Gorokhov represents the interests of the family of the lawyer whose death caused a crisis.
Belgium's king leads a minute's silence at Zaventem airport for victims of the suicide bombings.
The footballer who mistakenly thanked his wife and girlfriend during his post- match interview has denied he's been unfaithful.
Is organic agriculture the solution to our global food system challenges? That's been the premise and promise of the organic movement since its origins in the 1920s: farming that's healthy, ecological, and socially just.
They were first set up after an attack on a military-run school that killed 134 children in 2015.
The family of a former FBI agent who disappeared in Iran a decade ago is suing the country, according to court documents obtained by CNN.
The crush at toilet break time has killed two and left 20 injured, reports say.
It was left on a commuter flight after a passenger had left the animal, which was listed as a pet, in the cabin on a previous flight.
At 19, British photographer David Magnus was invited to shoot a still relatively unknown pop group called The Beatles during a concert at a Buckinghamshire private school.
The video comes amid a flurry of rocket engine tests and missile launches in North Korea.
What began as a joke is now spreading across the island, ahead of the World Baseball Classic final.