One person has died and at least 15 others have been injured after a gunman opened fire in a nightclub in Cincinnati, Ohio.
One killed, 15 injured in Cincinnati nightclub shooting
The US Senate has quietly voted to overturn Obama-era laws aimed at protecting online privacy and preventing Internet providers from selling user data without consent.
US Senate votes to overturn online privacy laws
The United States is “waking up to walking catastrophe” of President Donald Trump after his first major legislative push to overhaul the US healthcare system ended in failure, says former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich.
America ‘waking up to walking catastrophe’ of President Trump
Moroccan Prime Minister Saad Eddine El Othmani says he has agreed to form a coalition government with five other parties, breaking nearly six months of post-election deadlock.
Morocco PM agrees to form coalition cabinet, ends political deadlock
Scuffles have erupted in several US cities as supporters of President Donald Trump faced off protesters at Make America Great Again (MAGA) rallies.
Trump supporters clash with protesters at MAGA rallies
The Pentagon has acknowledged that the US-led coalition carried out an airstrike in the Iraqi city of Mosul last week that left over 200 civilians dead.
US-led coalition carried out deadly Mosul airstrike: Pentagon
US President Donald Trump has blamed Democrats for a humiliating defeat in the GOP-dominated Congress after Republicans were forced to pull the Obamacare replacement bill.
Trump blames Democrats for Obamacare defeat
The anti-EU, anti-immigration UK Independence Party (UKIP) will no longer be represented in the British parliament after its only MP announced he was quitting to become an independent lawmaker.
UK Independence Party to lose only MP as he quits party
A US and UK ban that forbids electronic devices larger then a cell phone from being carried into cabin baggage on flights from certain states has come into effect.
US, UK-bound planes forbid electronics as of Saturday
Hundreds of US protesters have taken to the streets of New York City to voice their anger over the increasing incidents of hate crimes in the country, including the murder of a black man by a white supremacist last week.
Protesters stage rally in New York City against hate crimes

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