Global Headline News for 11 Jan 2019
Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald announced Thursday that Douglas County officials located the 13-year-old.
Just one week into her congressional tenure, freshman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is ruffling feathers within her own party — which is now mounting a behind-the-scenes effort to rein in the social... media star. The Bronx-born Democratic socialist has racked up a bevy of complaints from her colleagues, including incumbents who are aren't pleased that she...
With the US government in partial shutdown, the president continues to demand funding for his Mexican border wall. Lauren Gambino, in Washington DC, and Bryan Mealer, in Texas, discuss how Trump's... central campaign promise has led to this point of paralysis. Plus, John Harris looks back to the optimism of 1989 Donald Trump has visited the southern US border in Texas after walking out of talks to resolve one of the country's longest government shutdowns in history. The president has refused to authorise the release of funds to pay up to 800,000 government workers until he secures funding for his central campaign promise of a border wall. The Guardian's US political correspondent, Lauren Gambino, joins Anushka Asthana to discuss the paralysis in the US government and why the president is so...
The pain of the partial government shutdown bit into all corners of America -- even the White House, where there is often very little sympathy for those whose job it is to keep Washington running.
Jakiw Palij was deported from New York last year after his past was revealed
Sea lion steelhead consumption puts the fish at high risk of going extinct
Abuse of the UK asylum application is "rife", the former head of immigration and enforcement says.
As the shutdown hits three weeks, here's why we've reached this stalemate.
Gregg Owens died Wednesday after he was slammed into rocks at Ocean Beach and found face down in the water, San Diego's medical examiner said.
President Trump says he will likely declare a national emergency at the southern border if Democrats don't agree to provide $5.7 billion for a border wall. It would allow the president to divert funds... from the Department of Defense to help pay for construction. CBS News Washington correspondent Paula Reid reports on the latest, and then attorney Jesse Weber explains the process of declaring a national emergency and the legal challenges it could face.
The partial government shutdown reached its 21st day Friday, equaling the record set during the Clinton administration in 1995-96 - as many of the 800,000 federal employees who have been furloughed or... are working without pay missed their first paychecks. With no end in sight to the impasse between the White House and congressional Democrats,...
Human rights activist Israa al-Ghomgham could be the 1st woman even sentenced to death for nonviolent protest in Saudi Arabia
Surrey Police have come under fire after releasing CCTV footage of an elderly man being targeted by convicted pickpocket Luilian Vinatoru, 48, from Leicester, with the criminal's face blurred.
Government was in midst of subsidizing farmers for lost markets in China, but payments from about $9.5 billion in aid set aside are suspended
Tom Hagen and his wife expected to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary in 2019. Today, one of Norway's wealthiest men just wants to know that Anne-Elizabeth Falkevik Hagen, the childhood …
In one case, a 49-year-old man applied for admission for a 15-year-old girl
Cuban state media reports that the bus was carrying 18 Cubans and 22 tourists from Holland, Great Britain, France, Mexico and Canada when it crashed between Baracoa and Guantanamo.
A Huawei executive has been arrested in Poland on charges of spying for China.
Cult leader guilty of plot to kill reporter who revealed Singh had raped follower A flamboyant Indian "god man" has been convicted of killing a journalist who was investigating two rapes committed by... the influential spiritual leader. Ram Rahim Singh was convicted on Friday along with three others of killing Ram Chander Chattarpati, 51, in 2002.
President Donald Trump says changes are coming in the way that the U.S. handles H1-B visas, which allow American companies to bring high-tech and other skilled workers into the U.S. from abroad
Firefighters in Wilmslow, England responded to the classic cat-stuck-in-tree call. Buzz60's Mercer Morrison.
The New York senator has hired Meredith Kelly as communications director for a campaign, and now has 15 days to file with the Federal Election Committee.
Protests calling for the resignation of Sudan's autocratic President Omar al-Bashir are ongoing in and around the capital Khartoum, with activists circulating videos showing hundreds marching at, at... least, half …
Prince William pays tribute to Royal Marsden's Prof Martin Gore, a 'source of inspiration' Prof Martin Gore, 67, one of the UK's leading cancer scientists, has died as a result of a yellow fever... vaccination, the Royal Marsden NHS foundation trust has said. Gore, who was widely respected for his work, was professor of cancer medicine at the Institute of Cancer Research and a consultant at the Marsden.
Otis Bolamu, 38, allowed to return to Swansea to allow his case to be reconsidered An asylum seeker who was due to be deported from the UK at Christmas has been released from detention following a... petition to stop him being sent back to the Democratic Republic of Congo. Otis Bolamu, 38, says he fled his home country for his own safety after being labelled a spy for an opposition political party, before settling in Swansea to volunteer at an Oxfam shop.