Earlier this month Tsvangirai was reported to be "critically ill" in hospital. He had reportedly been suffering from colon cancer.
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President Donald Trump unveiled a budget plan Monday that appears to put a slew of loan forgiveness programs in peril.
The founder of a medical startup alleges that a Silicon Valley venture capital investor allegedly forced himself on her, and threatened her career on a red eye flight.
It's rare to see NBA teams refuse to take a young player like the Cavs and Jazz did with Georgios Papagiannis.
While Uber's gross bookings grew, the red ink is flowing as fast as ever.
"If we wait another four or five years" to build a new icebreaker, the head of the Coast Guard said, "it's not going to get easier any time in the future."
Amazon has rapidly expanded its lobbying efforts in Washington, DC, and it could be a sign the company will chose the capital for its HQ2 project.
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South Africa's embattled President Jacob Zuma has resigned his office with immediate effect.
Vice President Mike Pence became the latest — and most prominent — White House official to make a startling assertion in the midst of the Rob Porter scandal.
A student barricaded inside one of the classrooms at a Florida high school took photos of the scene amid an active shooter incident on Wednesday.
The hosts defeated the senior national female football team of Ghana 1-0 in the opening game of the WAFU Tournament on Wednesday.
A video from an eight-hour Lufthansa flight has been the subject of controversy on Twitter on Wednesday.
The Los Blancos fought from behind to thrash PSG 3-1 on Wednesday in the UEFA Champions League.
Blankfein had supported Clinton's White House bid.
It came after South Africa's ruling African National Congress decided to remove Zuma from his role on Monday.
President Trump told lawmakers that he is open to an increase in the federal gas tax to help pay for his huge infrastructure plan.
The latest twin-engine jets from Airbus and Boeing can fly a long time on a single engine.
Zuma's ruling ANC party had told him to resign or face a vote of no confidence in parliament on Thursday.