Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: 1. TEXAS RATTLED BY ANOTHER BOMBING After four bombin
Sierra Leone's ruling All Peoples Congress party has worn 63 out of 132 parliamentary seats as against 46 seats won by the opposition Sierra Leone Peoples Party thus ensuring a parliamentary majority.
Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy was detained for questioning by magistrates as part of an investigation into alleged illegal financing by former Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi of his successful 2007 election campaign, a judicial official said.
French ex-president Nicolas Sarkozy was taken into police custody once again on Tuesday for questioning by prosecutors, something the former head of state has become quite used to since leaving office. This time it's about suitcases of cash belonging to former Libyan dictator Colonel Gaddafi.
The Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham (pictured) stepped in after Cambridge Analytica bosses were filmed bragging it covertly campaigns in elections.
Chicago-area Democrats cast their ballots on Tuesday in a nationally watched congressional primary election that could signal whether the anti-Trump sentiment that has galvanized the party's base could also sweep moderate lawmakers out of office.
The Illinois primaries on Tuesday will, in part, settle disputes for both Democrats and Republicans by defining the political cost of deviating from party orthodoxy on social issues. Here are five questions that will be answered by the state’s voters.
Many think they're smart enough to separate fact from fiction on Facebook. But Cambridge Analytica, the data firm accused of using wrongfully obtained Facebook data in a bid to sway the election, allegedly argues that “informational dominance” can change the perceptions of even the most rational.
Assemblyman Adam Gray (D-Merced) wants to outlaw contributions to senators by political appointees during the period of up to a year between when they are chosen by the governor until their required confirmation by the Senate.