Salvator Mundi, reputedly by Leonardo da Vinci, was sold for a record sum in New York this month.
The ex-White House aide is said to have promised a nuclear project with Russians was "good to go".
Al Franken denies a report he plans to quit as colleagues abandon him and allegations pile up.
Drivers filmed the flames on the 405 near Bel Air, as firefighters continue to battle the blaze.
Tearing up convention, the US president recognises Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
Oliver Schmidt is the second person to go to prison in the US due to the diesel emissions scandal.
Astronomers discover the most distant "supermassive" black hole known to science.
It took 20 years to excavate, clean and put together Little Foot, found in caves north of Johannesburg.
French rocker Johnny Hallyday has died after a battle with lung cancer.
A Pennsylvania state house debate took an unusual turn when Rep Metcalfe was touched on his arm.
Jerusalem's circumstances are unique, but its status raises questions about how capital cities are chosen.
The president says he is reflecting the reality on the ground by recognising the city as Israel's capital.
Palestinians and Israelis react to US plan to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
Prosecutors say Bela Kovacs was engaged in espionage for a foreign state, namely Russia.
A CBS News reporter and her crew were asked to help evacuate a ranch as flames spread in California.
President Putin says there will be no "blockade" after Russia was banned from the Winter Olympics.
Sophie Sandberg, 21, says she hopes her project will raise awareness about sexual harassment.
Conflict has forced some 1.7 million people to flee their homes this year, aid agencies say.
Palestinians say Donald Trump's endorsement of the city as Israel's capital will harm peace prospects.
Victory in next year's election would mean that Mr Putin could lead the country until 2024.
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