International Business Times President Obama jabs at Donald Trump during appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live 2016-10-26T01:31:19.000000Z The president told the late night host that he laughed whenever Trump spoke during the debates. Canadian nurse Elizabeth Tracey Mae Wettlaufer charged with murders of 8 seniors in care homes 2016-10-26T00:45:49.000000Z The deaths took place between 2007 and 2014 after the victims were administered a drug, say police. Voter selfies: Where is okay for you to snap a photo with your ballot? 2016-10-26T00:13:26.000000Z Ballot selfies are explicitly banned in 16 states, while the law remains unclear in 13 other states. Topless photos of Kate Middleton: Six journalists face trial for invasion of privacy 2016-10-26T00:04:13.000000Z Lawyer for Closer argued that naked photos are no longer deemed to be shocking. Marco Rubio suffers for Trump endorsement as he is booed by Latino crowd in Florida 2016-10-25T23:54:24.000000Z The Florida senator has previously polled well amongst Latino voters. Amnesty International accuses US-led coalition forces of killing civilians in Syria 2016-10-25T23:01:03.000000Z An investigation carried out by the group suggests coalition forces failed to protect civilians. Millions of years ago Siberia was hot - and home to parrots 2016-10-25T23:01:02.000000Z A fossil shows that parrots like those alive today were in northern Asia millions of years ago. 'Hard Brexit' will worsen the construction skills shortage and drive house prices higher 2016-10-25T23:01:01.000000Z CEBR says house price growth will slow amid Brexit uncertainty but warns on cutting EU immigration. Dad who threw 9-week-old daughter in 'fit of temper' for crying when he slept found guilty of murder 2016-10-25T22:44:16.000000Z John Burrill, 31, threw his nine-week-old daughter Daisy Mae Burrill and caused her brain damage. Prime Minister Theresa May's leaked Goldman Sachs talk reveals her true thoughts on Brexit 2016-10-25T22:42:52.000000Z The Prime Minister suggested back in May that companies would leave the UK in the event of a 'leave' vote.