Britain gives them a week to leave and tells the UN Russia was to blame for a nerve agent attack on UK soil.
The arrest warrants include accusations of human trafficking, torture, murder and rape.
A new analysis by Stateline found only seven communities where women make significantly more than men.
From Washington to LA, lessons stop for 17 minutes to remember the 17 killed in Parkland a month ago.
Thousands of students across the country left their classrooms in a call for gun reform.
US Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, says Russia is behind an attack on former spy Sergei Skripal in the UK.
The state would be the first in the US to use nitrogen-induced hypoxia on death-row inmates.
The government's expulsion of 23 embassy officials in response to the Skripal case is explained.
Robert Fico says he is ready to resign after a journalist's murder but only if there is no early election.
Group leaders are accused of enslaving victims by brainwashing them into a strict eating regime.
The CNBC contributor will lead the National Economic Council after Gary Cohn quit, the White House says.
Officials have been locked in epically-long meetings, revising the first draft of the withdrawal treaty.
Ahmed Hamed was convicted of illegally crossing from Serbia and involvement in clashes with police.
Dozens of people in urgent need of medical treatment leave the besieged rebel-held Eastern Ghouta.
Scientists, politicians and celebrities say the physicist's death leaves an "intellectual vacuum".
A Democrat declares a win after a cliffhanger vote in a district the president won by 20 points.
A diplomatic spat erupts after Australia says white farmers need "help from a civilised country".
A flight attendant ordered the owner to put a bag containing the pet into an overhead locker.
A small Australian town has campaigned to spare the family of four from removal to Sri Lanka.
A protest against moves to regenerate the port city of Colón continues a day after it turned violent.
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