Anthony Weiner pleads guilty to 'sexting' minor, says he has 'a sickness'

Weiner's attorney, Arlo Devlin-Brown, said in a statement that the former politician "accepted full responsibility for the inappropriate, sexually explicit communications he engaged in early previous year". Weiner declined to speak to reporters as he left the courthouse. Weiner also admitted indulging in explicit online exchanges with at least six other women and pledged to seek therapy.

Jeremy Corbyn to make surprise appearance at the BBC leaders debate

During a Q&A at a factory in Bath, May was asked by journalists if she was " frightened " about facing Corbyn in a head-to-head debate, to which she replied: " No. However Conservative leader Theresa May won't be taking part, instead Home Secretary Amber Rudd will represent the Tories. As Corbyn noted, the prime minister had agreed to participate in the televised town hall hosted by Channel 4 News and Sky on Monday, but only on the condition that she not be on stage at the same time as her ...

Opinion Poll Shows UK Conservatives Could Fall Short Of Overall Majority

In contrast to signs from a string of opinion polls that have suggested May's Conservatives will increase their majority, the new constituency-by-constituency modeling by YouGov showed it might lose 20 of the 330 seats it holds and the opposition Labour Party could gain almost 30 seats, The Times said.

Kansas legislature makes progress in school funding plan

All of this has to take place by June 30 to avoid a potential statewide shutdown of schools. A legal challenge followed, and the Kansas Supreme Court is considering whether state courts can invalidate regulations under the Kansas Constitution that have been or might be upheld by the federal courts.

Putin, Republicans read from the same script in Russian Federation scandal

Putin, Republicans read from the same script in Russian Federation scandal

President Donald Trump is accusing his former rival Hillary Clinton of blaming everyone but herself for her election loss. "I was the victim of the very broad assumption I was going to win", she said . Clinton also described the attention around her paid speeches to Goldman Sachs as having been blown out of proportion. And we have not even started to crack the nut of the Clinton Foundation pay-to-play action where smoke is found in abundance and of millions of dollars flowed to the ...

CNN fires Kathy Griffin after anti-Trump photo shoot

Griffin, who helped with CNN's New Year's Eve coverage, has apologised, saying that the brief video was "too disturbing" and wasn't amusing. Following the release of the photo, part of a collaboration with artist Tyler Shields, Griffin returned to Twitter - but this time to offer an apology.