The vice-president of the US said he was willing to take a lie-detector test to prove he did not write the damning New York Times article.
- by Julie Allen
The Reuters reporters who exposed a massacre in a Rohingya village claim police entrapped them then presented false testimonies.
- by Richard C Paddock
He's not the first US President to skip the annual meeting but it's seen as a strategic error as China works to build its presence in the region.
- by Joshua Gallu
Senator John McCain invited Barack Obama and George W Bush to his memorial to emphasise the common values that they shared despite their differences.
- by Peter Baker
The trial of James Ricketson on espionage charges in Phnom Penh has been extended to allow more questioning.
- by Erin Handley
Israel has expressed concern over Iran's growing influence in Syria, while the US has been pressing for Iran to withdraw its fighters from the war-torn country.
- by Albert Aji
John McCain spent more than 30 years in Congress and was the Republicans' presidential nominee in 2008.
Authorities will carry out raids on properties owned by former president Cristina Fernandez Kirchner, as part of a case investigating widespread corruption.
Author Phillipa McGuinness says this week's seismic political events prove her theory that the effects of 2001 are still being felt
- by Sally Pryor
George Conway regrets introducing his wife to Trump. Life inside their Washington mansion has become, well, interesting.
- by Ben Terris
Twitter is joining other tech companies in acting on Alex Jones, the right-wing conspiracy theorist who's used their services to spread disinformation.