The ruse by more than 160 couples could mean extra compensation after their homes were demolished.
Accountants Brian Cullinan and Martha Ruiz are reported to have received threats on social media.
The Oscar winner also says she lost a job after refusing sexual advances from her boss.
Zimbabwe appeals for $100m (£82m) over severe flooding that has killed 246 people since December.
At first glance, Sudan looks like any other northern white rhino: stout and agile, with square lips.
He said women "must earn less than men because they are weaker, smaller and less intelligent".
Russia's Foreign Ministry has angrily rejected allegations that its top diplomat in Washington is a spy amid controversy over meetings he held with US Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Anyone watching Sweden's national women's team play this week should take a close look at the back of the players' shirts.
French investigators believe the vote to hand Rio the 2016 Olympic Games may have been rigged, a French newspaper claims.
Downtime for some high-profile websites was caused by the error, the company says.
Daniela Vargas, brought illegally to the US as a child, was detained after a plea on immigration.
Demand for the digital cryptocurrency has soared since the beginning of the year.
Could Dubai be the first place in the Middle East to get a Michelin guide?
Robert Jones, wrongly jailed for the killing of a British tourist, tells the Victoria Derbyshire programme how 23 years in prison did not destroy him.
Samar fled Syria fearing for his life after his father discovered he was gay.
Syrian government forces have recaptured the city of Palmyra and surrounding areas from ISIS, according to the country's general command, cited by state news agency SANA.
The joey was spotted in an area of Western Australia badly damaged by a bushfire in 2015.
With the death of a dictator's half-brother, things were bound to get interesting.
A North Korean man who was held in connection with the death of Kim Jong Nam will be released from police custody Friday, authorities said.
Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was acquitted Thursday of charges he played a role in the killing of protesters during the Arab Spring uprising that led to his ouster, according to state-run news agency Al-Ahram.