Police investigating a house fire that killed three children in Salford believe the attack was targeted.
The UK is facing another freezing night after a week that saw temperatures plummet lower than those in Moscow and Oslo.
A Tory MP who was suspended after using the n-word at a meeting of Eurosceptics has had the Conservative whip restored.
London Fire Brigade Commissioner Dany Cotton has said she can't be sure a disaster like the Grenfell Tower blaze "wouldn't happen again".
Tyson Fury is free to resume his career, subject to regaining his boxing licence, after accepting a backdated two-year ban from UK Anti-Doping.
A long time ago, I gave up on Star Wars. Grew tired of bad acting and vague catchphrases. "What this franchise needs is a rebel," I thought. Now it has found one.
Prosecutors have revealed the New York subway bomb suspect wrote on Facebook: "Trump, you failed to protect your nation."
Long Island is home to some of the most expensive real estate in America. It is also a stronghold for one of the world's most dangerous gangs.
Around half of Ryanair pilots based in Ireland are due to strike days before Christmas in a long-running dispute over workers' rights.
A Conservative MP's chief of staff raped a woman in his boss's office after calling her a "b****" when she rebuffed his advances, a court has been told.
New Zealand has banned the use of vaginal mesh for the repair of prolapse and stress urinary incontinence.
A man who built an igloo in his girlfriend's back garden in Worcestershire says he would like to take tips from "real eskimos" to improve his skills.
The suspect arrested after a bomb attack in New York on Monday has been charged with terror offences and possession of a weapon.
A British banker jailed for life for the gruesome murders of two women has appeared in court to appeal against his conviction.
Oil and gas prices have surged after an explosion in Austria and disruption to supplies from the North Sea hit the energy market just as a cold snap drives up demand.
Just 10 rivers are carrying 90% of the plastic entering the oceans, a study has found.
A diplomatic row over Donald Trump's Britain First retweets is threatening to break out again after a top US diplomat claimed the President was "misinterpreted".
Oscar Pistorius has been injured after getting involved in a prison fight.
Video-streaming service Netflix has been accused of spying on its users after tweeting a "creepy" joke regarding their viewing habits.
Noel Edmonds proposed settling a legal claim against Lloyds Banking Group for a small fraction of the £300m he originally sought in relation to a fraud involving Britain's biggest high street lender.
David Davis calling the phase one Brexit deal a "statement of intent" was "unhelpful and undermines trust", the European Parliament's chief Brexit coordinator has said.
More than 1,000 marine turtles die every year after becoming entangled in rubbish in the oceans and on beaches, according to a global survey.
Police are appealing for witnesses over the death of a woman hit by four vehicles - none of which stopped.
A hunt is on for missing fragments of a meteorite that lit up the sky across southern England as it fell to Earth.
The launch of SpaceX's first completely recycled spacecraft has been delayed until Wednesday.
Britain has recorded its coldest night of the year so far, with temperatures plunging lower than Moscow and Oslo.
US talk show host Jimmy Kimmel had tears in his eyes as he held his baby son in front of the cameras and made a passionate plea over children's healthcare.
The rate of inflation rose to a near six-year high of 3.1% in November - led by a hike in the cost of air travel and computer games.
A 6.2-magnitude earthquake has hit Kerman Province in southeast Iran, state media has reported.
Australian shopping centre giant Westfield is being bought by French property group Unibail-Rodamco in a $24.7bn (£18.5bn) deal.