The US president also suggested he could take over the investigation into alleged Russian meddling.
Malcolm Turnbull narrowly wins the party vote he had called to avoid speculation about his future.
An advertisement for Harpic was also criticised by London Fire Brigade boss Dany Cotton.
The numbers fleeing economic chaos show no sign of abating, as Venezuela tries to stabilise its economy.
Joe Xuereb faces two counts of attempted murder after a mother and daughter were critically injured.
A rescue official says walkers were "catapulted out like bullets" when a stream in a gorge flooded.
President Donald Trump often celebrates America's buoyant economy, but one number seems stuck - real wages.
The highly addictive baking show is back for another series with 12 contestants battling it out.
The foreign secretary urges the EU to copy Washington's response to the Salisbury nerve agent attack.
Heavy rainfall in the southern Indian state has been the worst the region has seen in a century.
Somalia's capital has been described as the world's most dangerous city - but some people there are trying to change that. Mary Harper came to know one of them.
Czechs worry that too many have forgotten the 1968 Soviet-led invasion of Czechoslovakia.
An underpass in Pontypridd daubed with racist graffiti has been given a fresh look.
Choreographer Darren Pritchard is putting on performances inspired by rent parties from 1920s New York.
Four Ugandan students have developed a revolutionary way to test for malaria without drawing blood.
One woman's mission to turn the tide on India's polluted waterways by recycling leftover flowers.
Bitcoin's price rises and falls wildly, making it high risk. Is there a more stable alternative?
Just 6% of UK workers now work the traditional hours of 9am to 5pm, research suggests.
Measles, a new treatment for enlarged prostates and a car-eating hamster make the front pages.
Police say the shooting near Kingsbury Tube station in Brent is "not terror-related".