Trump denies he threw ‘tantrum’ over Mexico wallDonald Trump has rebuked claims he threw a “temper tantrum” a day after he stormed out of talks with leading Democrats who refused to agree to fund his US-Mexico border wall.
‘Fix’ claims after surprise winner in Congo electionA surprise winner has claimed the presidency in the Democratic Republic of Congo, amid fears the election was rigged.
Jaguar Land Rover to cut 4,500 jobs after sales hitJaguar Land Rover (JLR) says it plans to cut about 4,500 jobs globally as part of a £2.5bn plan to reverse losses.
Cash and gun seized as tennis pros arrested over match-fixingSpanish authorities have arrested 83 people – including 28 professional tennis players – following an investigation into match-fixing.
How social media addicts are similar to drug usersThere is a link between excessive social media use and behaviour seen in drug addicts, researchers have found.
Ford to cut jobs in Europe under plan to slash costsFord plans to axe jobs in Europe in a drive to return its operations to profitability.
EU legal advice: France can’t censor Google globallyFrance should not able to use EU laws to force Google to delete search results outside of the EU’s jurisdiction, according to one of the bloc’s most senior legal advisers.
Ashley Judd’s sex harassment claim against Weinstein dismissedAshley Judd’s sexual harassment claim against film producer Harvey Weinstein has been dismissed.
‘Horrifying and indefensible’: Lady Gaga pulls her R Kelly songLady Gaga has apologised for a collaboration with R Kelly following a documentary detailing abuse allegations against him.
Mother and two children die after ‘menstrual exile’A woman and her two young children have died after being exiled from their home as part of a Nepalese tradition in which women are forced to live in huts during menstruation, officials have said.