English refuses to say whether he will stand for prime minister

Key also resigned as the National Party leader. He also made the call for family reasons, saying his wife Bronagh had spent many nights alone and there had been "extraordinary levels of intrusion and pressure" for his children Stephie and Max.

ACLU want Obama to commute sentence for Chelsea Manning

Chelsea Manning, now in the seventh year of a 35-year court-martial sentence, has already served longer in prison than any other whistleblower in the history of our country. First, the statement is prefaced with this description of Manning's situation: "Condemned under Obama's administration to 35 years for blowing the whistle on U.S.

British man found guilty of giving £3000 to Islamic State terror cell

Abrini, who has admitted being with the Brussels airport suicide bombers immediately before the attack in March, spent a week in England in July 2015, just months before the November 13 terror attacks in Paris, which the French authorities have accused him of involvement in.

Pence to talk to conservative group at Trump's new DC hotel

Pence to talk to conservative group at Trump's new DC hotel

Pence even paused during the speech to compliment one of Trump's former Republican adversaries, Carly Fiorina, who was sitting at a table near the stage. The Washington think tank says he will also talk about the conservative movement. "We will continue to draw on the extraordinary intellectual creativity of The Heritage Foundation".

Ohio's GOP treasurer plans another run for US Senate

Ohio's GOP treasurer plans another run for US Senate

Mandel, a 39-year-old Marine veteran who did two tours in Iraq, pledged to campaign to repeal President Barack Obama's health care law and institute term limits for Congress - repeating a theme he sounded in 2012 when he constantly referred to Brown as a career politician.

State aid for Monte dei Paschi 'ready'

Sources familiar with the talks between the bank and investors say a decision is likely by the end of this week. Renzi announced he would step down in the early hours of Monday after his constitutional reform was rejected by 59.1 percent of voters, a wider margin that had been expected.