I will never forget the time I had to amputate a patient's leg because had to choose between insulin, food and housing
While Cersei is all drama, Daenerys is all epic: her voyage is a physical march to a pre-ordained end, one from which she cannot turn away
The Independent has compiled a list detailing up to what point in a pregnancy selective abortion is available in all 50 US states and Washington DC
The long-serving captain announced on Sunday he was leaving City after 11 successful years to take up the role of player-manager at Anderlecht
What Amash has done shouldn't be seen as a signal of change within the GOP. He has always been an outlier
'Endorsing candidates of another party is not compatible with taking the Conservative whip in parliament,' says Tory spokesperson
Exclusive: 'Their role is to prosecute – not to give up,' Dame Vera Baird says as CPS defends procedures
It's a scandal that American students still rely on random acts of kindness from the very wealthy. Viral stories like Smith's show the American dream up for the farce that it is
'When you lift up the economic status of women, you lift up... all of society,' says California senator
The suspense is superbly maintained in this heist drama about a group of men who raid a Hatton Garden underground safe deposit facility
Nearly every sport interacts with the natural world in some way. Even from an entirely selfish standpoint it is in sport's interests of self-preservation to act, and to act quickly
The most important parts of Green New Deal and the Evergreen Economy Plan aren't necessarily the parts you've heard about
Google has suspended Huawei's support for Android, becoming the latest company to reconsider dealings with the Chinese technology company - but how bad might the fallout be?
Ghada al-Fadl's plea follows several cases where women fleeing the Kingdom have turned to social media for help
Protesters set fire to tyres outside Government House as cabinet agrees on controversial budget cuts
Man could be seen dangling just below the third and highest level of the French landmark - more than 300 metres in the air
'Too many power companies worldwide currently shroud their pollution in secrecy… We are about to lift that veil', says boss of firm backed by Google
Exclusive: 'It's a tough life for me, but for our customers it's paradise,' says the travel firm's chief executive, Peter Fankhauser
Felix Dorfin was accused of smuggling 3 kilograms of ecstasy and amphetamines to the tourist island of Lombok
The eastern European country has become a proxy for what could be the face off in the next US presidential election
Prosecutors in Chicago made the details public as they attempted to convince a judge not to let the accused women go free pending trial
Intelligence services' watchdog called in – after uproar over Ministry of Defence document that 'betrays' British values
British governments have 'consistently shown that they are both unwilling and unable to stand up to giant multinational companies', says Jo Swinson
Despite its flaws, Crash Team Racing is nothing more and nothing less than a well-made and attentive remake, bursting vibrantly with life and colour
Great leaders used to be measured by whether you would take a bullet for them. Nigel Farage can't even pay someone to take a gourmet milkshake for him
Matthew Bowen, 39, allegedly described migrants as 'disgusting subhuman s***' and 'mindless murdering savages' in texts to other agents
The 43-year wait for a female driver in F1 is a step closer towards ending after British prospect Chadwick secured a place on Williams' roster as development driver
As the company dances to the tune of an isolationist megalomaniac, it appears the internet won't ever be truly free from political meddling
The likes of Pogba, Eden Hazard and Kylian Mbappe have been heavily linked with Real as the Spanish giants look to regroup after a largely miserable campaign
'If there's evidence that the law may have been broken, we will consider that,' says watchdog following concerns about funding
The Welshman is not in Zinedine Zidane's plans and was an unused substitute in the 2-0 home defeat vs Real Betis to end a forgettable season
Exclusive: The club are confident the teenager, who starred on loan at Wigan this season, will commit his future
The blacklisting stems from US fears that China is using Huawei smartphones and tablets to spy on people
An alien ocean could be hiding underneath the surface of Pluto – suggesting that alien life might be more likely than we thought, scientists have said.
'There is a reason why anybody has to swallow hard and think twice before participating in this media ecosystem,' says Democratic presidential candidate
Such has been the implacable calm of captain Eoin Morgan, the relentless unity of purpose from the backroom staff, and the unquenchable brilliance of his players, that even incidents with the potential to derail have failed to do so
Victor Hugo Hurtado collapsed while officiating Always Ready vs Oriente Petrolero at the El Alto Municipal Stadium, which sits 3,900 meters above sea level
The prime minister had pledged the deal would change, but it cannot be altered in a binding way without EU approval
'The racism he spouts out in this country is far more damaging than a bit of milkshake,' says demonstrator
Those of a higher social class confidently say what they think which makes them more hireable, study suggests
Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution worried far-right ministers could pass information to Russia
MP tells leader of campaign against Anderton Park Primary that protesters are damaging reputation of Birmingham's 'peaceful and loving' Muslim community.
Home secretary reveals new far-right terror plot foiled as extremism 'sweeps across countries and continents'
Comedian with no political experience is hoping snap elections will allow him to convert presidential popularity into legislative power
'North Korean women and girls are passed through the hands of traffickers, brokers, and criminal organisations. Before being pulled into China's sex trade, where they are exploited and used by men until their bodies are depleted,' says report
Key security and software updates will be unavailable after the Trump administration blacklisted the Chinese smartphone maker
'The primary purpose is to save human life. But we're not going to shy away from it going to the Supreme Court with the intention of overturning Roe v Wade'
Previously abandoned film footage of the soul singer, performing gospel standards in 1972, is synched nearly 50 years later
After years working in Los Angeles, this couple tore down all but two walls of a Victorian cottage in Surrey and recreated the inside-outside Californian lifestyle they had grown to love.