A US airstrike has mistakenly killed 16 Afghan policemen in Helmand province.
Sean Spicer has insisted that Donald Trump didn't want him to quit as White House press secretary.
To educate, to inform and entertain is the BBC's motto.
Holidaymakers are being warned about the nasty side effects and long-term scarring that can be caused from black henna tattoos.
All drones weighing more than 250g will now have to be registered in the UK, the Government has announced.
Linkin Park have cancelled their North American tour following the suicide of frontman Chester Bennington.
Camden Council has insisted it is safe for residents to return to their flats in the Chalcots Estate, after four weeks of urgent safety works.
The head of Minneapolis police has resigned following fatal shooting of an unarmed Australian woman by an officer.
Boots has said it is "truly sorry" for the way it responded to a campaign calling for it to cut the price of emergency contraception.
A new photograph of Prince George has been released to mark his fourth birthday.
Donald Trump's defence chief believes Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is still alive - despite recent reports he is dead.
A stalls handler has died in an accident at one of the UK's most well-known racecourses.
The Palestinian president has suspended all contacts with Israel until metal detectors near the al Aqsa mosque are removed.
Donald Trump's press secretary Sean Spicer has resigned from his White House role - bringing to an end six months of blockbuster media briefings.
Sean Spicer has resigned as White House press secretary after a disagreement over a new communications director.
Police have ended a five-month search of a landfill site after finding "no trace" of missing RAF gunner Corrie McKeague.
Arab states have been urged to lift a blockade on Qatar after the country changed its anti-terror laws amid a regional crisis.
A new scan on Charlie Gard makes for "sad reading", a lawyer representing Great Ormond Street Hospital has said.
Ilie Nastase has been fined and banned by the International Tennis Federation over his derogatory comments about Serena Williams.
Environment Secretary Michael Gove says he wants the Government to introduce a plastic bottle deposit scheme "as soon as possible".
A 27-year-old man has admitted murdering his brother and attempting to murder his brother's girlfriend in a house fire in Glasgow.
Three Palestinians have been killed in East Jerusalem near to the Old City where Israeli forces have clashed with Muslim worshippers, the Palestinian health ministry said.
At least two people have been killed and more than 120 injured on the Greek island of Kos after a strong earthquake hit the region.
OJ Simpson is expected to be released from prison in October after nine years in jail for armed robbery.
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has told Sky News that he "doesn't have a problem" with a Brexit implementation period.
"Fundamental" differences over EU citizens' rights and the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice have emerged between the UK and Brussels after the first substantive week of Brexit negotiations.
Powerful and addictive prescription drugs are illegally being offered for sale on Facebook, a Sky News investigation has discovered.
The new leader of Kensington and Chelsea Council rejected calls to resign as she faced cries of "murderers" and "shame on you" from survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire.
The increase in the state pension age from 67 to 68 will be brought forward, the Government has announced.
Despite many of the top earners at the BBC being household names, there are still details that may surprise many.
Chris Evans has been revealed as the highest earner at the BBC after the corporation was forced by the Government to disclose stars' salaries.
Two people have been rescued by helicopter after heavy thunderstorms led to "major flooding" in a coastal village in Cornwall.
A German teenager is reported to be among five women arrested for supporting Islamic State in the Iraqi city of Mosul.
Theresa May has told her warring Cabinet ministers they need to show "strength and unity" after a series of damaging leaks.
Theresa May has warned bickering Tory MPs that their behaviour could result in her Labour rival Jeremy Corbyn winning power.
The Government has confirmed that 16 newly built properties in South Yorkshire will be demolished to make way for the HS2 railway.
Education Secretary Justine Greening has announced an extra £1.3bn in funding for schools over the next two years.
Theresa May is to remind ministers that Cabinet discussions should be kept private following a series of damaging leaks.
David Davis has been accused of "skulking" away from Brexit negotiations after leaving talks with the EU's Michel Barnier after a few hours.