Gavin Grimm, who has been fighting his former high school's policy for years, says he feels relief.
Philip Wilson is the most senior Catholic ever found guilty of covering up clerical sex abuse.
Supporters say Dodd Frank reform will helps banks grow, but critics warn of a return to reckless behaviour.
Colombia's Paz FC was created to bring together people on opposing sides of the armed conflict.
"Akram" who was raped by a preacher at the age of 14, has revealed horrific details of the crime.
A photojournalist documents the risky world of Israeli “trempists” - Hebrew for hitchhikers.
Alaskan hunters may soon be allowed to bait bears with doughnuts and bacon and shoot hibernating cubs.
The US leader says the North must meet certain conditions for the summit to go ahead next month.
Olga Tokarczuk wins the £50,000 literary prize for her book Flights.
A pair of Canada lynx have been caught on camera "screaming" at each other.
A high school student had his cake censored after a misunderstanding of its icing message.
Giuseppe Conte, 54, is accused of embellishing his academic record on his official CV.
Ten female staff at McDonald's franchises in the US have filed complaints of sexual harassment.
Australian investigators reject claims the missing passenger jet was deliberately crashed into the sea.
The Facebook founder faces questions from European lawmakers over the data scandal and fake news.
A primetime TV show is criticised after it uses Israel's winning song to highlight violence in Gaza.
The coin hails "peace talks" between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un but critics say it may not even happen.
Emergency crews remove highly flammable substances amid fears "a very deadly gas" could be released.
Militants in Myanmar killed dozens of Hindus during attacks last August, says Amnesty International.
The foreign minister submits a referral detailing what he says is evidence of alleged Israeli crimes.
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