Parliament is expected to ratify the 15-day extension as the opposition is boycotting the session, leaving only government MPs in the house.
"Someone is insecure and it isn't Oprah," one Twitter user wrote.
War of words between Iran and Israel escalates at Munich security conference.
The UK PM Theresa May says students in England face among the priciest university tuition in the world and often get poor value for money.
Gerard Batten, Ukip interim leader, defended his belief that Islam is a "death cult", reasserting that it is "factually and historically true."
Democrats have criticised President Donald Trump for his demeanour in photos taken during a hospital visit.
Hailemariam Desalegn announced that he was stepping down to quell months-long unrest in the landlocked African nation.
'Jeremy Corbyn knew I was a Soviet spy,' claims Czech diplomat Jan Sarkocy, accusing Labour leader of supplying information to communist regime under name of Agent Cob in 1987.
At one school, just a few miles away from the school shooting, students staged a walkout in solidarity with the victims and survivors campaigning effort for gun reform.
"[I]f God actually wanted me to run, wouldn't God kinda tell me?" Oprah said in response to rumours that she was planning a 2020 run for president.
Theresa May will set out details of the government's landmark review of higher education funding in England, and may announce reduced tuition fees.
Six Turkish journalists have received life sentences for their alleged involvement in the failed July 2016 coup to remove President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Trump has gone longer without holding a formal press conference than any of his predecessors since Lyndon Johnson.
The British Commonwealth came out of mutual dependency and ghosts of empire past which would not sleep.
Former Ukip leader Nigel Farage has admitted that the party "is collapsing" as it prepares for an extraordinary general meeting (EGM) to decide the fate of leader Henry Bolton.