California fires: State utility PG&E imposes another round of widespread blackouts; nearly 1.1 million people remain without electricity
Frustration and anger mounted across Northern California as the state's biggest utility, Pacific Gas & Electric, began another round of widespread blackouts aimed at preventing its electrical equipment from sparking wildfires in high winds.
Firefighters struggle against Kinkade Fire in California as wind-driven wildfire drives 180,000 from homes, destroys 400 structures
About 3,000 people were battling the Kinkade Fire, the worst of more than a dozen major blazes that have damaged or destroyed nearly 400 structures
Bernie Sanders buys cheaper insulin from Canada, accuses US pharma companies of letting diabetic people 'die out of greed'
Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders accused American pharmaceutical companies of letting diabetic patients die out of 'greed,' after he accompanied a group of Americans to Canada to buy insulin.
BBC broadcaster Danny Baker fired over racist image posted after birth of royal baby; faces flak on Twitter
Veteran British broadcaster Danny Baker tweeted a picture of a chimpanzee holding hands of a couple, post which the BBC said that it 'goes against the values we as a station aim to embody'
Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle became husband and wife in a star-studded Windsor Castle ceremony.
Prince Harry-Meghan Markle wedding: Venue, guest list, when and where to watch; all you need to know
Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are all set to exchange vows at noon on 19 May at the St George's Chapel in Windsor.
FCA recieves $85.8 million to fuel its research and production in Windsor
The River Thames has burst its banks after reaching its highest level in years, flooding riverside towns upstream of London.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - For the second day running, the Supreme Court convened on Wednesday to tackle the issue of gay marriage, this time to hear arguments over a U.S. law that denies federal benefits to legally married same-sex couples