Resolution asks International Court of Justice to decide if governments have legal obligation to protect against climate hazards
Fetterman expected back to US Senate in April
Pennsylvania Senator John Fetterman has been receiving inpatient treatment for clinical depression over the past two months and may return to Congress in April.
New York grand jury not likely to decide on Trump indictment until late April
The investigative grand jury hearing evidence about Donald Trump's role in a hush money payment has been given three weeks off, news organisations report.
US politicians want closer control of link between arms sales and human rights
Senior Democrats look to ensure US weapons sales to foreign customers don't end up contributing to or enabling human rights abuses abroad with new legislation.
US FDA approves over-the-counter sale of overdose reversal drug Narcan
The decision makes the first naloxone-based nasal-spray drug available without prescription, making the life-saving medication more widely accessible.
Exclusive: London-listed Dar Global plans new projects with the Trump Organisation as well as other partners, its chief executive says
Around one in 12 young children in the UK are thought to suffer from a food allergy