US President Donald Trump’s lawyer has said he has “never said there was no collusion” between Russia and members of Mr Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign.
Cineworld welcomed a record number of film goers last year, even as the blazing hot summer and the World Cup hit sales in the UK.
A curious formation attracting attention in the US is actually a spinning ice disc that is roughly 91 metres wide.
Authorities in northern Arizona had a mess on their hands after a truck crashed on a major highway, spilling a river of liquid chocolate onto the road surface.
Three young children playing outside climbed into an unplugged chest freezer and died when they could not get out, authorities in Florida have said.
The scent of burgers and fries has wafted through the White House as US President Donald Trump laid on a fast food feast for a champion college American football team.
Rose McGowan has pleaded no contest to a misdemeanour drug charge in Virginia after cocaine was found in a wallet she left behind at an airport two years ago.
US President Donald Trump has denied he ever worked for Russia, answering a question he declined to directly address over the weekend.
Canadian air traffic controllers have bought hundreds of pizzas for their American counterparts in what has become an industry-wide show of support during the US government’s partial shutdown.
US police have warned members of the public not to eat chicken tenders which spilled on to a highway after a lorry overturned.
US president Donald Trump’s televised address to his nation on Tuesday evening wasn’t taken very seriously by everybody.
Scottish technology firm Petrotechnics is now under US ownership following its sale by shareholders including chief executive Phil Murray and the Business Growth Fund (BGF).
An American woman serving a life sentence for murder whose case was championed by several celebrities has been granted clemency.
Lawyers for Kevin Spacey have entered a not guilty plea on his behalf in a Massachusetts court on charges he groped an 18-year-old in 2016.
A US farm show has unveiled a detailed 500kg sculpture made entirely from butter.
Cheering Democrats have returned Nancy Pelosi to the House speaker’s post as the 116th Congress ushered in the most diverse class of politicians in US history.
US stocks tumbled on Thursday with technology companies suffering their worst loss in seven years after Apple reported iPhone sales in China are slumping.
Norwegian energy firm DNO has warned takeover target Faroe Petroleum that it will not give up its pursuit of the North Sea oil producer.
This picture of a police officer stopping traffic to save a cat is wholesomeness personified.
A 14-year-old boy who authorities say was driving an SUV that caused a fatal crash in Texas after an egg-throwing incident has been arrested on a murder charge.
The FTSE 100 managed to start the new year on the front foot on Wednesday, ending in positive territory after being weighed down early on by disappointing economic data from China.
US President Donald Trump has responded to blistering criticism from Republican senator-elect Mitt Romney.
It was almost the perfect crime: a would-be bicycle thief spotted his quarry in a quiet, tucked-away corner and chose his moment to swoop.
A lion killed a young worker at a wildlife conservatory after it got loose from a locked space, the centre in North Carolina said.
A worker has been killed by a lion that got loose from a locked space, according to a wildlife park in North Carolina.
The two-year-old son of a Yemeni woman who sued the Trump administration to let her into the country to be with the ailing boy has died.
US president Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump have taken calls from children anxious to find out Santa’s whereabouts on his gift-giving journey.
A car crashed through the wall of a church in the US during a service, injuring six people and shattering stained glass.
Under-pressure Gama Aviation has secured two contracts for special mission aircraft worth up to £115.5 million.
US defence secretary Jim Mattis will now leave his post on January 1, with deputy Pentagon chief Patrick Shanahan taking over as acting secretary to cover the accelerated departure.
The US federal government is expected to remain partially closed past Christmas Day in a protracted standoff over President Donald Trump’s demand for money to build a border wall with Mexico.
The US government has partially shut down after Democrats refused to meet President Donald Trump’s demands for five billion dollars to start erecting his Mexican border wall.