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Representative Patrick Meehan, a Republican member of the House Ethics Committee, used taxpayer money to pay a former aide who had seen him as a father figure before he made unwanted advances.
Rodford, a founding member of the band Argent and bassist for the Zombies, died following a fall.
An ideological movement hasn’t taken over the party — yet.
Women marching throughout the nation Saturday are championing more than just their rights.
Just a day into a government shutdown, neither side is prepared to blink.
Countless newlyweds have chosen Ed Sheeran's ballad, "Thinking Out Loud," to play during their first dance. Now, the British singer-songwriter gets to decide if he wants it played at his own wedding.
The Premier League pays tribute to the memory of Cyrille Regis with a minute's applause at Saturday's games.
There was a moment during Friday's failed attempt to avoid a government shutdown that was genuinely inspiring.
Sergio Aguero's hat-trick gives Manchester City the win over Newcastle United and restores their 12-point lead at the top of the Premier League.
Scarlets become the first Welsh team in six years to make quarter-final qualification in Europe's top tournament as they beat Toulon.
Great Britain's Mica McNeill and Montell Douglas narrowly escape crashing in heat one of the Bobsleigh World Cup.
The quintessential storyteller is fascinated by American quilts, saying it’s not so much a story as a question. Who are these people? Who made this?
House Speaker Paul Ryan called out Democratic Minority Leader Chuck Schumer for comments he made the last time the government shutdown in 2013.
Ali Raisman, an Olympics gymnastics star, read this statement during the sentencing hearing of a team doctor who pleaded guilty to sexual abuse.
Ex-football pro George Weah challenges Liberia's army to a friendly before his inauguration.
Arsene Wenger says Manchester United's move for Alexis Sanchez will only happen if Henrikh Mkhitaryan goes the other way.
Tonga's flagbearer from the Rio Olympics, whose photo went viral in 2016, will now compete at the Winter Olympics.
Substitute Oumar Niasse comes on to save a point for Everton in a match overshadowed by James McCarthy's horrific leg injury.
England's Kyren Wilson produces one of the great comebacks in Masters history to beat world number three Judd Trump 6-5 and book a place in Sunday's final.
The Intercontinental Hotel is under attack from gunmen, reports quoting Afghan officials say.
Britain's Kyle Edmund hopes to show a "killer instinct" when he faces Andreas Seppi in the last 16 at the Australian Open.
President Donald Trump is telling aides and allies that the Democrats caused the government shutdown, "but that he will be blamed" for it, according to a source close to the White House.
Gunmen on Saturday launched an attack on Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul, according to Najib Danish, a spokesman for Afghanistan's interior ministry.
North Korea will send 22 athletes to compete in three sports at the Winter Olympics in South Korea.
Premier League clubs pay tribute to the late Cyrille Regis - who died this week at the age of 59 - with a minute's applause.
One year after women took to the streets in droves to protest President Donald Trump's inauguration, marchers are gathering again in cities across the country and around the world in sharp rebuke to Trump's presidency and in continuation of a still-growing international movement.
Marcio Matolias has lived in a sandcastle for 22 years in an upmarket neighbourhood of Rio De Janeiro.
With the government shut down and the two parties faulting each other, senators from both parties were looking for an agreement to end the crisis.
What does Hope Hicks do, exactly? Vast amounts of emotional labor.
The scorching temperatures at the year’s first tennis major are hurting players and cheating spectators.
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