US Republicans are demanding that a private memo shown to the US intelligence committee is made public.
The Kim Jong-un regime is set to send its 140-member art troupe to South Korea to showcase its softer side to the world.
Whitehall officials had been trying to arrange talks between Trump and May, but their efforts have failed.
Japanese authorities and students' parents are outraged by the flyover as the US forces pushed to damage-control mode.
Syrian regime warns Turkish warplanes will have "no picnic" in its territorial airspace and vows to "destroy" the invading jets.
Russian President Vladimir Putin immersed himself in a frozen lake to celebrate Epiphany, a major holiday in Orthodox Christianity marking the baptism of Jesus.
Kiev adopted a law labelling Moscow as an "aggressor" state in Donetsk and Luhansk provinces.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced she is expecting her first child with her partner Clarke Gayford.
The Foreign Secretary said it's 'ridiculous' that the UK and France, two of the world's biggest economies, were linked by a single rail tunnel, say reports.
Ukip leader Henry Bolton says a 'coup' has been waged against him after his ex-girlfriend Jo Marney was revealed to have made racist comments about Meghan Markle.
Vladimir Putin's main opposition rival has hit out at the Russian leader and his near 20-year grip on power.
Millions of Brits will settle for nothing less than a hard Brexit, even if that leads to grief and misery at home and in hospitals.
"That's a special kind of dumb and inappropriate," one Twitter user chimed.
"Disturbing doesn't begin to describe it," another said.
Trump tax cut bill cited as driving factor behind Apple returning to US with promise of 20,000 new jobs.