• 3 Oct 2018

    May jiggles her hips before plunging into her speech

    The truth is that this moment was a necessary moment of challenge, but not a decisive one. Politics could all look very different in a few weeks’ time if Theresa May comes back with a deal from Brussels.

  • 30 Sep 2018

    We bring you the latest from Indonesia as more than 150 aftershocks have hit the island of Sulawesi, following the tsunami and earthquake. Damaged roads and a lack of electricity are hindering rescue efforts as officials fear the death toll – now standing at 836 – will continue to rise.

  • 30 Sep 2018

    After a flurry of last-minute negotiations, the Senate Judiciary Committee advanced Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination for the Supreme Court following a late call from Republican Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona for a one-week investigation into sexual assault allegations against President Trump’s nominee. It comes after emotional testimony from Dr Christine Blasey Ford, who says she was assaulted…

  • 29 Sep 2018

      First the earthquake, hitting 7.5 on the richter scale, and then the tsunami with waves up to 6 metres high struck the Indonesian coast. The city of Palu on the island of Sulawesi was devastated; homes, businesses and hospitals were flattened. Hundreds have been confirmed dead with hundreds more reported missing or injured.

  • 29 Sep 2018

    Former FBI Special Agent, Mike Campi, tells us what can reasonably be achieved in a week as President Trump confirms FBI investigation into the allegations against Brett Kavanaugh.

  • 29 Sep 2018

    One of the pivital moments yesterday came when Senator Jeff Flake was confronted in a lift by two women claiming to be survivors of sexual abuse. We speak to one of those women – Ana Maria Archila.

  • 28 Sep 2018

    “My only sin is extrajudicial killings.” That’s the surprise confession the President of the Philippines appeared to make today. It’s the first time Rodrigo Duterte has admitted to the killings which happened during his government’s controversial war on drugs, in which thousands of people are believed to have died.

  • 28 Sep 2018

    Twenty million Iranians use the social media app Instagram. They’re not just posting pretty pictures, but doing business and socialising. Even politicians there use it to speak to the people. That’s because it’s the only uncensored social media platform available there . But Iranians know they must follow some unwritten rules when using it to…

  • 27 Sep 2018

    Kylie Morris is in Washington, where the Senate has been hearing the testimony of a woman who says she was sexually assaulted by the man President Trump wants to put in the Supreme Court.

  • 27 Sep 2018

    Earlier in the year a Slovakian journalist and his girlfriend were shot dead at their home. He had been investigating possible links between government officials and the Italian Mafia for news website Aktuality, and the authorities suspect they were murdered in a contract killing. Massive public protests over their deaths led to the collapse of…

  • 27 Sep 2018

    “A new bit of rubbish.” That was the response of the Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman to the publication of material suggesting that one of the men believed to have carried out the Novichok attack on Sergei Skripal in Salisbury was a colonel in Russia’s intelligence services.

  • 26 Sep 2018

    World leaders are in New York for the second day of the UN General Assembly, and President Trump has been chairing a session on non-proliferation. We speak to Dr Kiron Skinner, from the US State Department, and Nathalie Tocci, special adviser to EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini.

  • 26 Sep 2018

    The Senate Judiciary Committee says it’s investigating a third sexual misconduct allegation against President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, during his time at high school. Julie Swetnick made her claims in a sworn affidavit. Judge Kavanaugh has described it as “ridiculous and from the Twilight Zone”.

  • 26 Sep 2018

    One of the suspects in the poison attack on the former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter has been revealed as a highly-decorated, senior officer in Russia’s military intelligence unit, called Colonel Anatoliy Chepiga, according to the online investigation site Bellingcat. Their report claims that Chepiga was the man who travelled to Salisbury under the name ‘Ruslan Boshirov’.

  • 25 Sep 2018

    The United Nations General Assembly is traditionally a forum to discuss matters of international significance, but with accusations of sexual misconduct swirling around President Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court, he could not help but defend his man. Sitting next to the Colombian President, Trump called into question the account of a second accuser and said the…