Tom Price resigns amid an outcry over his use of private jets for government business.
Also, the US withdraws staff from Cuba over 'attacks', and crunch time in Catalonia as independence referendum approaches.
The Spanish government has again pledged to stop the referendum in Catalonia, which it says is unconstitutional. Also: many killed in Mumbai railway station stampede, and Elon Musk says in future rockets will fly people from city to city in minutes.
BBC investigation finds that UN avoided pressing Myanmar on Rohingya rights. One former official says the head of UN in Myanmar tried to prevent human rights advocates from visiting sensitive Rohingya areas.
Also, Islamic State militants release 'new tape' of leader Baghdadi, China shuts down North Korean companies, and an expensive mistake by a donkey
President Trump says he wants to make tax codes simpler and fairer, in what he describes as the largest tax cuts in American history.
Also: Kurds in Iraq vote overwhelmingly in favour of independence, huge crowds in Tehran mourn a soldier who has become the symbol of Iran's battle with the Islamic State group and new research says patients can feel better even when doctors tell them they are taking fake pills.
Britain and Canada say they'll challenge US tax on airliners made by Bombardier. Also, former Thai PM sentenced to 5 years in jail, a report from the ruined streets of IS 'capital city' Raqqa, and how one man built his own dam - using instructions on the internet.