National Enquirer publisher subpoenaed in Michael Cohen inquiry

Federal prosecutors are investigating Cohen’s links to $150,000 paid to playboy model alleging Trump affair Federal prosecutors issued a subpoena to the National Enquirer’s publisher for records pertaining to a $150,000 payment the magazine made before the 2016 presidential election Read More

Accountability is the only way to end violence in Myanmar

The global community’s inertia while the military wages vicious campaigns must cease – we must establish an accountability structure and end impunity Three women were at their farm when they were taken by 80 soldiers belonging to Myanmar military, and Read More

Justin Trudeau says legalising cannabis will protect children – video

The Canadian prime minister says marijuana will be legal nationwide on 17 October. Trudeau said in parliament that the government is committed to better protecting Canada’s youth and hopes to take money away from organised crime. The country will become Read More

'Occupy Ice': activists blockade Portland building over family separations

Dozens pitch tents outside immigration office in response to thousands of migrant children split from their parents Family separations crisis – live updates After successfully forcing Portland’s Ice office to shut down Wednesday, occupying protesters are vowing to stay until Read More

No sign of North Korea dismantling nuclear weapons, Mattis admits

No one knows when meeting about it will be held either, contrary to Trump’s promise after Singapore summit The US defence secretary, James Mattis, has said he is unaware of any steps taken by North Korea towards dismantling its nuclear Read More