The Republican faces 23 charges - including running up charges on the credit cards of campaign donors.
"The new indictment alleges that he charged more than $44,000 (£35,000) to his campaign over a period of months using credit cards belonging to contributors who were unaware they were being defrauded.
On one occasion he charged $12,000 (£9,700) to a contributor's credit card, ultimately transferring the vast majority of that money into his personal bank account, the charging document says."
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Three years on from Jacinda Ardern's sweeping victory, polls indicate voters will desert Labour.
"'A lot of people around me have moved overseas to Australia or the UK just because everything feels just quite sluggish here and very slow-moving. The priority doesn't appear to be so much about moving forward,' said 22-year-old Antonia Brightwell."
The UK is not quite sluggish and very slow-moving?
China's incessant military drills drive Taiwan to look for more support.
"Walk down any back street in Taipei and you can't help but notice the astonishing number of Japanese restaurants, filled with Japanese businessmen. Japan's westernmost island - Yonaguni - is just 110km (68 miles) from Taiwan's east coast. Tokyo cares deeply what happens to Taiwan."
With 98.3 per cent of the vote counted, Sergio Massa had 36.7 per cent of the vote to Javier Milei’s 30 per cent, meaning the two will go to a November runoff
"Milei also cast himself as a crusader against what he called the sinister forces of socialism at home and abroad. He opposes sex education, feminist policies and abortion, which is legal in Argentina. He rejects the notion that humans have had a role in causing climate change."
Javier Milei calls out "stupid political correctness". "If you are not woke, you are violent and you are a danger to democracy…"
The vote to remove the New York representative, who faces 23 corruption charges, fails by 179-213.
Can't pass bills on aid to Israel, Ukraine, border security, Taiwan....but hey this must be easy to pass.
"The vote was 179-213, far short of the two-thirds majority needed to oust a House member. Twenty-four of Mr Santos' fellow Republicans voted to expel him, but more than 30 Democrats voted against removing Mr Santos."
It will take some other political cunning or an unexpected event to overhaul Donald Trump at this stage. But there is still time for the other candidates to sell themselves, if any Republican voters out there are still listening.
"Republican strategist Ryan Williams is convinced the debates are a race for second place. 'And a distant second place at that,' he says. 'It would have to be an unforeseen event, an illness or an accident or him being hit by a meteor to stop Trump becoming the nominee.'"