Officials said on Tuesday night that Trump will make the announcement on Wednesday to recognise Jerusalem as the Israeli capital and move the US embassy.
The chancellor Philip Hammond has been banned from using RAF jets and helicopters over an unsettled bill between the Ministry of Defence and the Treasury.
Bob Quick, the former Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner, is considering legal action against Damian Green over his attempts to discredit him.
Special counsel Robert Mueller has subpoenaed Donald Trump's bank records as part of his Russia probe.
Ralph Shortey has since resigned from the Oklahoma senate and pleaded guilty to child sex trafficking – he faces between ten years and life in prison for his crime.
The US Supreme Court has ruled that President Donald Trump's travel ban can go into full effect. Here are the stories of the lives it has already changed.
Many people slammed the senator's "tone-deaf" request just days after he voted in favour of the GOP's controversial tax reform bill.
"My arteries are clogging just reading about his diet," one Twitter user wrote
Mexico presidential candidate Andrés Manuel López Obrador sparks outrage by suggesting drug cartel kingpins should be offered amnesty in Mexico's most violent state Guerrero.
DUP leader Arlene Foster and Sinn Féin's Orlaithí Flynn among a host of Northern Irish celebrities who have recorded a charity version of All I Want for Christmas is You.
Former Labour leader issued tweet just hours after Brexit talks in Brussels were shot down by the DUP.
Houthi leader Abdul Malik al-Houthi said their fighters killed former Yemeni president Ali Abdullah Saleh for his "treason".
The exercise involved Chinese air force reconnaissance planes, fighter jets, and an early warning and control aircraft.
British prime minister Theresa May reportedly has until the end of the week to strike a deal with the EU after her Brexit deal was scuppered by the DUP party.
The US Supreme Court ruled that the ban on seven countries can come into effect even as legal challenges continue through lower courts