Dr Jordan Peterson's views on gender have been the subject of much criticism.
Some consumers had complained about unwanted side-effects, prompting the authorities to investigate.
Michel Temer, who served from 2016 to 2018, denies accusations of corruption.
Simone Biles says minor injuries have led to her body "falling apart" and she expects Tokyo 2020 to be her final Olympics.
The university continues to profit off of photos that belong to descendants of slaves, a lawsuit claims.
Two men were lured to a police station by a man whose car they were trying to steal north of Paris.
Another 30 people are injured in the explosion at a fertiliser-making facility in Yancheng.
The remains of mountaineers who died on the world's highest peak are being exposed as its ice melts.
Eight tanks at the chemical plant caught fire earlier this week.
His sixth album The Blueprint is the first hip hop album of the 21st Century added to the archive.
Italy is ready to let Chinese money build its infrastructure - but its allies remain sceptical.
The anti-immigration Forum for Democracy will be the biggest single party in the upper house.
The full devastation caused by Cyclone Idai in the hardest hit nation, Mozambique, is becoming clear.
Dudes, it's been 28 years since we last saw the duo on the big screen but now they're back.
PM Jacinda Ardern says gun owners must hand in affected weapons, in a bid to prevent mass shootings.
The embattled singer surrendered his passport last month and faces 10 charges of sexual abuse.
The move is aimed at restarting stalled peace talks after months of anti-government protests.
There is a lack of evidence for the cut-off point adopted by athletics chiefs, a BMJ editorial says.
Maryam Gul says she has forgiven the man who killed her parents and brother in the Christchurch mosque attacks.
A recent power cut caused major water shortages, but for many Venezuelans, dry taps are nothing new.
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