After his affair raised damaging questions, Barnaby Joyce says he will quit as Australia's deputy PM.
An armed officer stood outside the building as the shooting took place, Florida officials say.
Mr Manafort and Mr Gates allegedly conspired to hide more than $30m from tax officials.
This is the cost of five days of relentless air strikes for children in Eastern Ghouta, Syria.
Caravan salesman John Hesp plays poker once a month, so it was a huge shock when he went to Las Vegas and won a small fortune.
Concerns about time spent online are commonplace, but knowing how much is 'OK' is difficult.
A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.
The Eastern Ghouta comes under continuing bombardment as the UN Security Council meets in New York.
Contrary to the traditional view of them as brutes, it turns out that Neanderthals enjoyed making art.
Justin Forsyth resigns from Unicef after allegations about his behaviour while at Save the Children.
The package sent to St James's Palace is being investigated by counter terror police.
The head of America's powerful gun lobby says Democrats are putting politics ahead of school safety.
About 130,000 EU citizens emigrated from the UK in the year to September, but a higher number arrived.
A novel deal with donors including Leonardo DiCaprio turned public debt into conservation funding.
The conservative kingdom promises thousands of Western-style events, include Cirque de Soleil.
Chinese tourists celebrate the new lunar year by walking across the world's longest glass bridge.
Donald Trump says teachers trained to carry concealed guns could stop school shootings.
He is wanted for a serious attack on an England fan during Euro 2016 and may face 15 years in jail.
Iran's deputy foreign minister dismisses warnings about its presence in Syria as "propaganda".
Kim Yong-Chol, a high-ranking official, is thought to have masterminded several attacks on South Korea.
Scientists hail "good news for patients" as analysis finds 21 drugs reduce symptoms of depression.
Nicolás Maduro calls for more elections to be added to April's vote amid an opposition boycott.
A youth-led campaign for gun control born out of Florida's school shooting stages its first protest.
During a 60-year career, Graham became one of the best-known preachers of the 20th Century.
Up to 1,000 people remain stranded after massive floods hit the South Island's Golden Bay.
The death toll from two days of government bombing in the Eastern Ghouta is said to be 250.
The White House also says it is open to an age limit for people buying AR-15-type assault rifles.
Militiamen enter the Kurdish-held border area, prompting Turkish troops to fire "warning shots".
There was a four-fold increase in cases in 2017 compared with the previous year.
More than 100 people may have been killed in the Damascus area of the Eastern Ghouta.
There are growing calls for gun control reform after 17 people died in a Florida school shooting.
Officials contradict earlier reports from local government that the wreckage had been found.
An anti-doping case is opened against Russian medal-winning curler Alexander Krushelnitsky, says the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
The charity has for the first time published a 2011 report on sexual misconduct claims in Haiti.
Young survivors of Wednesday's school massacre demand it be a "turning point" on gun control.
Aseman Airlines retracts a statement which said definitively that all 66 people aboard had died.
Israel's PM launches a stinging attack on Iran, brandishing a piece of a drone downed over Israel.
The US president says the agency is "spending too much time trying to prove" Russia-Trump ties.