A Native American tribe in North Dakota bought an idle pipeline from the energy company Enbridge to help deliver oil from wells on its reservation to the broader market. The Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation announced the deal Friday but didn't disclose how much it paid. The tribe said it expects the pipeline, which will connect its oil facilities on its Fort Berthold Reservation to Enbridge's large pipeline network, will be up and running within a year.
The Labour leadership of a Greater Manchester council sat on a complaint of sexual harassment against its mayor who went on to secure an influential new role.
Former president, who faces 37 charges related to retention of secret documents, addresses Republican convention in Georgia
Employment ‘worst it’s ever been’ as pay and conditions put graduates off profession
Israelis continued protests Saturday for the 23rd week against plans by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s far-right government to overhaul the judiciary in the country. The mass demonstrations started in January shortly after the government, made up of ultranationalist and ultra-Orthodox religious parties, was sworn in. Gaining momentum and seeing large turnouts of more than 200,00 demonstrators at times, protest organizers have said they will not give up until the government cancels the proposed legal changes rather than delaying them.
The former vice president appeared at a North Carolina Republican Party convention just hours before his coup-attempting ex-boss was set to speak.
More than half of the posts reported to Twitter by a secretive counter-disinformation government unit did not actually break its rules.
The Tory Party is being urged to select Sadiq Khan’s former opposite number as its candidate for London mayor because she is the only one who knows him “through and through”.
Jeremy Hunt’s nominee to join the Bank of England’s rate-setting panel has called for the bank to create “preferential” interest rates to help speed up the push for net zero, despite acknowledging that such a move could threaten its independence.
Ted Kaczynski terrorized the US during a bombing spree that lasted 17 years. It was ultimately a tip from his brother that led to his arrest.
Former President Donald Trump has reiterated claims he is the victim of a "witch hunt" and being framed for "treason", in his first public appearance since being indicted. It is his first public appearance since a federal indictment charged him with 37 felony counts in connection with hoarding classified documents. Mr Trump is speaking to friendly Republican audiences in Georgia and North Carolina as he tries to rally supporters to his defence.
Veteran Conservative MP and arch Eurosceptic Sir Bill Cash has announced he will step down at the next election and retire from political life.
Mike Pence's ignores question on Donald Trump's indictment Original
The 90-year-old said her and Harold Pinter, who won the Nobel Prize for Literature, acted in the ‘most dreadful plays’ during her early career.
Voters in Boris Johnson's Uxbridge and South Ruislip constituency react to the resignation of their MP and forthcoming by-election.
President Joe Biden welcomed hundreds to the White House on Saturday for a delayed Pride Month celebration aimed at showing LGBTQ+ people that his administration has their back at a time when advocates are warning of a spike in discriminatory legislation, particularly aimed at the transgender community, sweeping through statehouses. The event, which the administration described as the largest Pride event hosted at the White House, was initially scheduled for Thursday, but was postponed because of poor air quality from hazardous air flowing in from Canadian wildfires. Pride Month is being celebrated this year as state lawmakers have introduced at least 525 bills and enacted 78 bills that whittle away at LGBTQ+ rights, according to the Human Rights Campaign, a group that advocates for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer rights.
Idling tempo while batting in World Test Championship against India felt unfamiliar compared with Stokes’ all-action approach
Indian fans believed Shubman Gill was wrongly dismissed but the laws are clear – although that won’t stop the arguments
Italian special forces stormed a cargo ship after 15 “illegal migrants” armed with knives attempted to hijack a ship and take its crew hostage.
Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane steadied the ship for India after they were set a daunting target of 444 by Australia
'Unabomber' Theodore "Ted" Kaczynski - who waged a 17-year bombing campaign before evading capture for two decades - has been found dead in his prison cell. The 81-year-old was given the name by the FBI after his actions caused the death of three people and injured 23 others. Kaczynski died at the federal prison medical centre in Butner, North Carolina, Kristie Breshears, a spokesperson for the federal Bureau of Prisons, told the AP news agency.
As Sam Fender takes to the stage at St James' Park as he kicks off his UK tour with his homecoming show in Newcastle, fans have flocked to the city to see the Seventeen Going Under star take to the famous Geordie stadium.
The evidence suggests Russia destroyed the vast, vital dam. Now the long cleanup for the human, environmental and potentially nuclear catastrophe must begin amid a brutal war
The champion lost a set for the first time in this tournament but she knew how to drag herself out of a dangerous place