White House spokesman Sean Spicer tells reporters, “You had someone as despicable as Hitler who didn’t even sink to using chemical weapons.” Continue reading
The United Nations says a growing number of migrants passing through Libya are being traded in “slave markets”.
New York state passes a $163 billion state budget that includes ending imprisoning people younger than 18 with adults and a free public college tuition program.
Pulitzer Prizes announced for excellence in journalism and the arts.
Top White House aides Steve Bannon and Jared Kushner met at the request of White House chief of staff Reince Priebus and agreed to “bury the hatchet” over their differences, says a senior administration official, in a bid to stop infighting that has distracted from President Donald Trump’s message.
South African President Jacob Zuma criticises marches last week, accusing some demonstrators of racism.
President Donald Trump’s U.S. Supreme Court appointee, Judge Neil Gorsuch, is sworn into his lifetime post during a ceremony at the White House Rose Garden attended by President Trump, the second of two such oaths that restores the U.S. Supreme Court’s conservative majority.
Police officers line the streets of London as a cortege containing the body of PC Keith Palmer, who was killed in the Westminster attack, is carried to his funeral at Southwark Cathedral.
Former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi has infuriated Italy’s meat industry by joining a vegetarian campaign and “adopting” five lambs that would have been butchered for Easter.
Polls indicate that French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen’s “detoxifying” of her party’s image, shifting the focus onto the forgotten victims of globalisation, has been a success and many see her topping the first round vote on April 23. But they also see her losing the second round run-off to a mainstream rival.