The suicides in recent days of a father of a Sandy Hook victim and two survivors of the Flordida high school shootings renew the focus on prevention and mental health resources.
The historic mission, the first all-female spacewalk, will have to wait.
- by Jacey Fortin and Karen Zraick
The president woke early and started feeding his Twitter account just after 6am. There was no venting or heckling. Instead, he was eager to celebrate.
- by Catherine Lucey
Vanessa Rodel and her daughter are in Toronto after Rodel helped Edward Snowden hide out in Hong Kong in 2013 after he leaked documents revealing extensive US government surveillance.
Mexico's president has asked Spain and the Vatican to apologise for the conquest of the Americas.
The Republican president and his allies in Congress went on the offensive a day after the release of a summary of Mueller's report gave him a political victory.
- by Jeff Mason and Susan Heavey
A journalist, posing as the head of a fake gun lobby group, secretly filmed Pauline Hanson's top adviser trying to raise money from US pro-gun groups.
- by Matthew Knott
Prominent Trump critic and California lawyer Michael Avenatti has been charged with threatening to damage Nike if the company didn't meet his demands to pay millions of dollars.
- by Chris Dolmetsch
Nobody was hurt, and members of the Islamic Centre of Escondido were able to extinguish the small blaze before firefighters around 3.15am, officials said.
The meeting is a sign that Boeing's planned software patch is nearing completion, though it will still need regulatory approval.