Scandal fever has so thoroughly gripped Washington some players were having difficulty distinguishing one from another on Tuesday.
Indonesia’s president has significantly boosted Schapelle Corby’s chance of parole by apparently clearing away the biggest remaining hurdle — her immigration status.
A forensic analysis of a photograph that was awarded World Press Photo of the Year has concluded that it was not significantly manipulated, despite allegations that the image was "faked with Photoshop".
Was he or wasn't he? The video footage shows the new Czech president clearly worse for wear, propping himself up against a wall at a public event, struggling to negotiate a step and being aided by a cardinal.
Kermit Gosnell, the doctor accused of turning a Philadelphia abortion clinic into a horror house of foetal remains, was convicted of killing three babies allegedly born alive during illegal third-trimester procedures. He was acquitted over the death of a fourth child.
More rhinos will be killed in the next two years than will be born, so those charged with saving the endangered animal are considering radical and previously unimaginable solutions.
A fuller-faced O.J. Simpson walked slowly into a courtroom on Monday wearing wrist shackles and a blue jail jumpsuit. He was there to seek a new trial in his sports memorabilia robbery and kidnapping conviction that sent him to prison.
The prosecution of former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi on charges of paying for sex with an under-age prostitute and then abusing his powers to cover it up concluded on Monday with a call for a six-year jail sentence and a lifetime ban from public office.
An announcement by Angelina Jolie that she has had a preventative double mastectomy is likely to encourage more Australian women to test for breast cancer gene mutations, cancer groups said.
Britain will vote in 2017 on whether to leave the European Union under a draft bill Prime Minister David Cameron has been forced to allow into Parliament after a Conservative Party revolt.