A man died when the boat he was in “flipped over” during the European and British National Powerboat Championships in Essex, police say.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A second senior Democratic lawmaker may face a public ethics trial this fall, adding a new threat to their party’s efforts to keep control of the House of Representatives in the November elections.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama warned U.S. leaders not to use the divisive issue of illegal immigration as a way to gain power and name recognition in an interview with CBS television released on Saturday.
Great Britain’s Mo Farah becomes the first athlete in 20 years to win both the 5,000m and 10,000m European titles.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama on Saturday accused Republicans of holding American small businesses “hostage to politics” after Republican senators refused to back a $30 billion small-business lending package.
Pakistan says it expects “fruitful” talks between its president and David Cameron despite a row over comments about its alleged links to terror.
Soham murderer Ian Huntley should drop his claim for compensation after having his throat slashed by an inmate, victims campaigners have said.
Four rowers reach the Isles of Scilly from New York, taking 12 days off the 114-year-old Atlantic record.