4 on trial over poster at Swiss rally saying 'Kill Erdogan'
GENEVA - Four people went on trial in the Swiss capital Tuesday over a protest against Turkey's government four years ago where some demonstrators hoisted a banner showing a gun pointed at an image of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan next to the words, "Kill Erdogan."
Partygate inquiry: What happens next?
Boris Johnson 's fate now lies in the hands not of his MPs or the nation's voters, but a little-known civil servant conducting an inquiry behind closed doors into Downing Street parties.
Johnson would 'normally' be expected to resign if he lied to Commons, says Raab
Boris Johnson would "normally" be expected to resign if he intentionally misled Parliament the Deputy Prime Minister has said, after fresh claims over rule-breaking parties in No 10.
Downing Street staff 'started boozing at lunch as part of drinking culture'
A long-standing drinking culture in Downing Street saw staff start boozing at lunch and waking up there in the same clothes the next day, a former No 10 official has said.
University of Michigan fires president
The University of Michigan Board of Regents fired its president, Dr. Mark Schlissel, Saturday after investigating an anonymous complaint that he was having an affair with a subordinate.
Capitol attack panel grapples with moving inquiry forward: to subpoena or not?
The House select committee investigating the Capitol attack is weighing whether to subpoena some of Donald Trump's top allies on Capitol Hill as it considers its options on how aggressively it should pursue testimony to move forward its inquiry into the January 6 insurrection.
'I'm one of the nicer showrunners': Joss Whedon denies misconduct allegations
Joss Whedon, Buffy creator and director of films including The Avengers and Justice League, has responded to multiple allegations of misconduct, denying claims from actors including Gal Gadot and Ray Fisher that he threatened and belittled them on set.
Hong Kong police arrest two Cathay flight attendants accused of Covid rule breach
Hong Kong police have arrested and charged two former Cathay Pacific flight attendants over allegations they broke the city's coronavirus rules.
Boris Johnson, adversaries nervously await 'partygate' report
LONDON (AP) - As he fights for his career, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has one constant refrain: Wait for Sue Gray.
Magistrates granted more sentencing powers to help tackle court backlog
Magistrates will soon be given new powers to increase the maximum prison sentences that they can hand down to a whole year.