UK, EU only harden their positions on Brexit as G-7 nears
The European Union and Britain, which are hurtling toward a costly no-deal split in October, have kicked off a high-wire week of diplomacy by entrenching themselves deeper in their irreconcilable positions
Trump confirms he's considered payroll tax cut but denies any link to recession fears
President Donald Trump confirmed Tuesday he has considered a payroll tax cut but denied any link to recession fears.
Russia says it doesn't have to share data on nuclear blast, alarming observers
Russia has provided few details about the blast and a senior Russian official said the country did not have to share with international monitors any data.
WATCH: Inside the Hong Kong protests
ABC News' Clayton Sandell reports from Victoria Park at a rally protesting the Hong Kong government.
Italian PM Conte to resign after League party pulls backing
Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte has told senators he is handing in his resignation because his right-wing coalition partner has decided to yank support for the populist government
Florida man arrested for having Trump-shaped ecstasy pills
A Florida man was arrested and charged after he was caught with ecstasy pills in the shape of President Donald Trump, police said.
Ebola outbreak reaches remote, militia-run territory in Democratic Republic of Congo
A new Ebola case has popped up in a remote, militia-controlled area in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo, hundreds of miles away from the outbreak's epicenter.
Jeffrey Epstein signed will 2 days before jail suicide
Jeffrey Epstein's estate has been estimated to be worth $577.6 million.
You should keep your home at 78 degrees, coolest, federal program suggests
Energy Star, a federal program, suggested that people should keep their homes at 78 degrees,
New measles numbers show the disease still spreading at a slightly slower pace
The number of measles cases continues to grow, though at a slightly less rapid pace than was recorded earlier in the year.