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But a source tells the BBC Mr Rosenstein was being sarcastic when he suggested wiretapping Mr Trump.
Theresa May says it is "not acceptable" for EU leaders to reject her plan without an alternative.
At least 136 people have died after the overcrowded vessel overturned on Lake Victoria on Thursday.
A landslide in the Philippines has killed more than 20 people, reducing hillside homes to rubble.
The president demands "date, time and place" of the sexual assault Brett Kavanaugh is accused of.
The US secretary of state points to a hopeful sign that North Korea is serious on atomic disarmament.
Erik Solheim is criticised for risking the UN's reputation by extensive use of expensive air travel.
A judge temporarily allows the screening of a film about a lesbian love affair ahead of the Oscars.
A nanny who killed her employer and three children in a house fire is executed in Zhejiang Province.
Franco Mulakkal is accused of repeatedly raping a Kerala nun, sparking unprecedented angry protests.
The experiment may give insights into how social species have evolved, US scientists suggest.
China tells the US to withdraw sanctions on its military over Russian weapons purchases.
The "giant vampire squid" will target the UK savings market next week - but will it be a damp squib?
Sterling's slide deepens after the Prime Minister's comments renew fears of a no-deal Brexit.
The bank expects to reduce staff by 5% to 10% over three years, affecting some 26,000 workers.
Producers Tilray and Canopy see US-listed stocks surge and slump in turbulent trading.
Borrowing rose by more than expected following subdued tax receipts and an increase in spending.
The men's tailoring company says the hot weather and World Cup hit sales over the summer.
Criminologists explore a food safety scare in Australia, and what could be motivating copycats.
The broadcaster has been subject to rival bids from Rupert Murdoch's Fox and US giant Comcast.
Beijing is being penalised for buying Russian combat jets and surface-to-air missiles.
The airline's new Italian luggage charges may amount to unfair commercial practice, a watchdog says.
Proportionally the UK stands to lose more, says Jean-Claude Trichet, former European Central Bank boss.
One of the largest life insurance providers in North America will now sell only "interactive" policies that collect health data.