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US Attorney General Jeff Sessions told Congress Tuesday that the Justice Department could soon appoint a special prosecutor to investigate Hillary Clinton, a move repeatedly called for by President Donald Trump.
Four people were killed and nearly a dozen wounded, including two children, when a gunman went on a rampage Tuesday, randomly picking his targets at a school and other locations in rural northern California.
A living legend of France’s fairground scene, Marcel Campion has given authorities fits for half a century. At 77, deep into his latest showdown with Paris City Hall, he remains the rebel with a cause made up of cotton candy and carousels.
Zimbabwe’s ruling party accused the head of the armed forces of treason on Tuesday as armoured vehicles rolled towards the capital in apparent military pressure on President Robert Mugabe over a succession dispute.
President Emmanuel Macron says the French state fueled homegrown extremism by abandoning its poorest neighborhoods, and is promising tough and "sometimes authoritarian" new measures to combat the problem.
Venezuela's government gifted chocolates to creditors on Monday but offered no firm proposals at a meeting in Caracas that left investors without a clear understanding of the government's strategy to renegotiate $60 billion (€51 billion) in debt.
Authorities in Italy are concerned about a growing number of extreme right-wing groups who admire WWII-era leader Benito Mussolini and are nostalgic about his fascist regime. At a recent football match in Rome, images of Holocaust victim Anne Frank were used to troll a rival team. Our correspondent reports.
A fifth woman on Monday accused Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexual misconduct, claiming he assaulted her when she was a teenager, as the evangelical conservative came under mounting party pressure to quit the Alabama election.
President Donald Trump's son released Monday a series of messages he exchanged with WikiLeaks after a report suggested he had secretly liaised with the group that published Hillary Clinton's emails during last year's election.
Italy failed to reach the World Cup for the first time since 1958 on Monday as they were held to a 0-0 draw in the second leg of their play-off at the San Siro by Sweden, who qualified with a 1-0 aggregate victory.
A pair of court decisions has raised public ire in France by appearing to minimise allegations of sexual assault on two 11-year-old girls, prompting calls for legislation that better protects children in sex cases and government pledges to act.