A pupil at St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Elementary School in Newmarket, Ontario, Canada, told his mother he saw the device on the ceiling above a urinal.
The House on the Hood bar in Hamilton, New Zealand, was accused of "shameful marketing" as it advertised a promotion on Corona beers linking it with the coronavirus.
Police forces in Cleveland and Durham in northern England used the social media craze in an appeal to find two suspected criminals.
The Jersey Shore city of Wildwood will host President Donald Trump at the Wildwoods Convention Center.
Lisa Bloom told Sky News that the Duke of York should "do the right thing" and help the FBI with its investigation of the pedophile financier.
State-owned carrier Ariana Airlines denied initial reports that one of their aircraft crashed in Afghanistan's Ghazni province.
Thomas Markle said that he still hoped for reconciliation with the Duchess of Sussex.
Chinese authorities say on the mainland there have been at least 2,744 confirmed cases of the virus which causes severe acute respiratory infection.
The diaries of Friedrich Kellner were translated and published by his grandson Robert Scott Kellner, detailing his opposition to the Nazi regime. January 27 is International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Coyotes are common in Ohio during breeding season, which lasts until the end of March.
The BBC program "Question Time" discussed the decision by the Prince and Princess of Sussex to step aside from frontline royal duties.
The ABC host mocked the reaction to claims made by Rudy Giuliani's aide that President Trump knew about pressure on Ukraine to dig dirt on the Bidens.
Austin Schroeder, 26, of Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, and his girlfriend, Kaitlin Geiger, 21, are accused of selling drugs from their apartment.
Cameron Grace, 17, saw the fish getting close to the swimmers in Forster, New South Wales, Australia.
The president told a rally in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, that he was unhappy with water and energy regulations.
Schoolteacher Kev Derecourt, from New Zealand, did not think it was right to keep the bag of money he found in the furniture.
Bella Oakley, from Leicestershire in England, said she wanted to do her bit to help animals injured in the wildfires ravaging Australia.
The U.S. president touted the phase-one deal but much remains before a full trade relationship is restored, according to Twitter account Taoran Notes, which is linked to the Economic Daily.
A book co-written by the retired pontiff says it is not possible to be married and be a priest "simultaneously."
Clive Lewis is running to be leader of Britain's opposition Labour Party and said that a lot of people would like to see the royal family "scaled down."
The ex-Vice President is considered more electable than Senator Bernie Sanders, according to figures by Reuters/Ipsos.
The Country Fire Service warned people on the island, where two people have already died, that "heat from the fire will kill you."
The Queensland man said: "All that was left of the home was a few charred teacups."
Natalie Kepa panicked when she saw "this big black fin" veering near her daughter while they were on holiday in New Zealand's Marlborough region.
Morrison has been criticized for his response to the blazes which have scorched more 10.7 million hectares of land.
New South Wales police say a total of 183 people, including 40 juveniles, face criminal charges linked to the wildfires.
The president should be submitted to an involuntary mental health check and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is the one to enforce it, says Bandy X. Lee.
The Secretary of State told Fox News that U.S. partners in the Middle East have backed the killing of Qassem Soleimani but European allies have not been as welcoming of the move.
Iran's ambassador to the United Nations, Majid Takht Ravanchi, said "we cannot just close our eyes to what happened."