Joe Arpaio goes to court over Obama immigration moves
Arizona sheriff who has often clashed with federal government wants to stop president's new policies

Hillary Clinton backs Obama immigration move

Hillary Rodham Clinton, former US Secretary of State, listens before delivering keynote remarks at the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves summit, Friday Nov. 21, 2014 in New York. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)NEW YORK (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton voiced support Friday for President Barack Obama's use of executive actions to protect about 5 million immigrants from deportation, setting up a sharp contrast with Republicans on an issue that could play a leading role in the next presidential campaign.


Biden voices support for Ukraine, denounces Russia's Putin
KIEV (Reuters) - U.S. Vice President Joe Biden on Friday condemned Russia's behaviour in Ukraine as "unacceptable" and said Moscow should abide by a September peace deal and pull its military forces out of the country.






China: No more 'weird' buildings
The Chinese leadership has called for less "weird architecture" to be built in the country. Does it mean the end of unusual structures like these?

Venice to ban wheeled suitcases
Residents of La Serenissima hope to sleep soundly as wheeled suitcases are banned.

Obama presses on with immigration plan as clash looms

US President Barack Obama (C) shakes hands with the crowd after delivering remarks on the new steps he will be taking within his executive authority on immigration at Del Sol High School in Las Vegas, Nevada, November 21, 2014US President Barack Obama staunchly defended his unilateral move to shield millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation Friday, pledging to implement his controversial plan despite furious criticism from congressional opponents. The controversial overhaul, praised by many immigration rights activists, provides three-year relief for millions of undocumented people who have lived in the country for more than five years and have children that are US citizens or legal residents. I will never give up," Obama insisted at the Las Vegas, Nevada high school where he launched his immigration reform efforts two years ago.


UK bars controversial 'pick up' coach
'Dating expert' Julien Blanc, whose methods are said to be sexist, misogynistic and violent, is banned.

Therapy on wheels in Sweden
Taxi Stockholm is offering free therapy sessions in the Swedish capital. CNN's Jim Boulden explains how it works.

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