British police say there are a number of confirmed fatalities, as well as multiple injuries, according to Reuters. The blast took place moments after pop star Ariana Grande finished a show.
Guardian newspaper obtained over 100 training manuals on how social media determines admissible content
Pippa is the sister of the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate, who is married to Prince William
More than 100 girls are still being held captive by Boko Haram
Developments Friday concerning President Donald Trump include his plans to meet dozens of Muslim leaders; a newspaper report that says he called former FBI head a 'nut job,' FBI head Comey says he'll publicly testify at a Senate hearing
'Person of interest' is someone close to Trump, according to Washington Post, which reports investigation of ties between Russia, Trump campaign is intensifying
Study shows traffic injuries are top cause of death among adolescents between ages 10 and 19
Among other things, Google unveils new ways for its massive network of computers to identify images, as well as recommend, share, and organize photos
Twitter comment follows naming of former FBI Director Robert Mueller to investigate Trump campaign links to Russian interests
Erdogan bodyguards also were involved in the scuffle that occurred on the same day the Turkish leader met with President Donald Trump at the White House
Air Zimbabwe was added on Tuesday to the list together with Nigeria’s Med-View, Mustique Airways of St. Vincent and the Granadines and Ukraine’s aviation company, Urga.
Through March of this year, more Africans have been ordered to leave the country than in all of 2016 and if current trends hold, the number of Africans facing removal will surpass last year's total by fourfold
Mugabe, 93, is often caught on camera appearing to be dozing at public events, and his health in general is a hot topic before next year's presidential election, which he is expected to contest.
Critics question timing of the move as agency probes Russian meddling in election
In a statement, president says James Comey's firing 'will mark a new beginning' for the FBI
Mugabe now struggles to walk, with security aides forming a human shield around him in public, often making it difficult for reporters to film or take pictures of him.
Taps in poor households are now empty of piped water most of the time, and they have little choice but to buy their water from vendors
Boko Haram militants released the young captives after negotiations with government
Girls gained their freedom following protracted negotiations between Boko Haram and government envoys
Nine gigabytes of data were posted by a user called EMLEAKS to Pastebin, a document-sharing site
Rising acrimony between London and Brussels raises chances of Britain crashing out of the EU without exit agreement
Fall indicates customers may have held back purchases in anticipation of 10th-anniversary edition of company's most important product later this year