Donald Trump's fiery speech at the US National Scout Jamboree in West Virginia has infuriated parents and former Scouts.
Experimental therapy "could have been an opportunity" to help Charlie Gard, but it is too late to start care for the critically ill baby, a Vatican paediatric hospital chief said.
A US navy patrol boat has fired warning shots near an Iranian naval vessel during a tense encounter in the Persian Gulf.
A US company is offering to microchip its employees.
An alligator attack has left a man with serious injuries in Port Charlotte, Florida.
US president Donald Trump has urged Republicans to "step up to the plate" for a crucial Senate vote on their bill eviscerating much of Barack Obama's signature health care law.
Hundreds of firefighters are battling blazes fanned by high winds in more than a dozen zones in the Riviera region of southern France.
Twenty-five of the migrants found inside a sweltering tractor-trailer found parked outside a Texas Walmart in which 10 people died were Mexican, officials have said.
An Australian government minister has quit the cabinet because his mother told him he might be Italian - and therefore ineligible to be an MP.
Activists have called for the European Union to use a meeting with the Turkish foreign minister to urge the release of human rights workers detained as part of Turkey's crackdown following last year's failed coup.
A knife-wielding man has been arrested in the Spanish enclave of Melilla after attacking a policeman at the border with Morocco while shouting "Allahu Akbar".
At least six people have been killed and nine others were hurt after a five-storey building collapsed in Mumbai.
A man suspected of wounding five people with a chainsaw is still on the loose as a manhunt continues on the Swiss-German border.
Tokyo is seeking name ideas for a new giant panda cub born at its Ueno zoo.
Poland's president has signed into law one of three contested bills which critics say limit the independence of the judiciary.
At least 16 people have been killed this week in heavy monsoon rains that have lashed western India, including the desert state of Rajasthan, with more than 24,000 villagers evacuated to higher ground, officials said.
US president Donald Trump's son-in-law and adviser Jared Kushner has returned to Capitol Hill for a second day of private meetings with congressional investigators.
The parents of a teenage driver who livestreamed the fatal crash that killed their younger daughter have said they believe she did not intend her sister to die.
A woman "slapped" the back of a police car shortly before an Australian woman was shot dead by an officer, according to a search warrant.
Muslim leaders have urged the faithful to keep up their prayer protests and avoid entering a contested Jerusalem shrine, even after Israel dismantled metal detectors which initially triggered the tensions.
US stocks mostly fell on Monday, and broad-market indexes inched modestly backward at the start of a busy week of corporate earnings reports and a meeting of the Federal Reserve.
Television cameras can start rolling again in the White House briefing room, President Donald Trump's new communications chief has said.
A woman who was accused of intentionally drowning her fiance in the Hudson River by tampering with his kayak as part of a murderous plot to collect on his life insurance has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge.
A publisher has withdrawn a book that documents Nelson Mandela's medical treatments following complaints that it violates doctor-patient confidentiality, according to South African media.
The Vatican has said it is shutting off all its fountains, including those in St Peter's Square, because of Italy's drought.
French President Emmanuel Macron has met pop singer and philanthropist Bono at the Elysee Palace in Paris for talks about poverty.
The US manufacturer of the cladding panels on Grenfell Tower in London, where at least 80 people died in a fire last month, has said it stopped selling them for high-rise buildings because it cannot control how they are installed.
Iranian border guards have confiscated 30 horses and mules that were carrying weapons and ammunition, according to reports.
Bullfights in Spain's Balearic Islands will be shorter, bloodless and only for adults under new regulations that also ban alcoholic beverages in the bullring.
Giant turbines are on the move to Scotland to create the world's first full-scale floating wind farm.
A judge in Cincinnati has dismissed charges against a white police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black motorist, after a prosecutor declined to pursue a third murder trial.
Shares in the three biggest German car makers have fallen after a report claimed they colluded for years over diesel emissions technology.