Rescuers say 24 people have been pulled out and search for survivors is continuing.
Gareth Ward says two "aggressive" men tried to blackmail him at a hotel in New York.
President Donald Trump said Wednesday that "talking is not the answer" when it comes to reining in North Korea -- seeming to contradict a statement from his top diplomat that the US will continue to seek a peaceful resolution to tensions with Pyongyang despite its provocative missile tests.
A new Texas immigration law is halted less than two days before it is due to take effect.
The insurance firm claimed there are "substantial irregularities" in Kanye's medical history, and said it does not owe him a penny.
The tiny Southeast Asian sultanate of Brunei is better known as an exporter of oil and gas than of fashion.
The legendary Hong Kong businessman and socialite was both an admirer of China and critic of Beijing.
One of Japan's top leaders has apologized for making controversial remarks about Adolf Hitler and Nazi Germany.
North Korea's missile launch on Tuesday was a prelude to more military operations directed at the US territory of Guam, North Korean state media said Wednesday.
Princes William and Harry have visited a new garden dedicated to their mother on the eve of the 20th anniversary of her death.
Kent Heckenlively has been refused a visa over his "dangerous" ideas, a government minister says.
Vet Amir Khalil goes into conflict areas to save the zoo animals left behind.
Hashem Abedi is suspected of providing support before the suicide attack in May that killed 22.
More than 8,500 rescues have been made but flooding may continue for a week, says the state governor.
For Canada's 150th anniversary, we're sharing the stories of those who immigrated to the country.
Having survived genocide by German troops in the 1900s, Namibia's Himba people now face a bigger threat to their way of life - encroaching modernity.
Clinton Pryor is walking across Australia to fight for justice for the Aboriginal community.
EU workers at a factory in Blackburn voice their concerns over Brexit.
What3Words is doing deals with postal services and banks to give everyone an address.
The social network says phone numbers and email addresses of "high profile" users were revealed.