'With any sort of noxious substance the first ten minutes are crucial'
Astonishing aerial footage shows an enormous traffic jam as Los Angeles travellers set off for Thanksgiving.
Sadiq Khan has blasted Philip Hammond's budget as "the most anti-London in a generation".
GDP growth forecast slashed +++ Borrowing to be nearly £50bn this year +++ Stamp duty slashed for first time buyers +++ Shake-up of Universal Credit
Zimbabwe's incoming leader revealed recent plots to kill him as he addressed huge crowds outside the ruling party's headquarters.
A grinning Duchess of Cambridge showed off her blossoming baby bump as she accompanied her husband on a visit to the Aston Villa football club.
Grenfell Tower survivors fear they may be be priced out of the local area after a "regeneration" of the neighbourhood takes place as part of a £28 million cash injection announced in the Budget.
Chancellor shrugs off Eeyore image, saying: the future's bright
Crossrail project workers are to be balloted for industrial action in a row over pay.
Ratko Mladic, chief of the Bosnian Serb army during the Bosnian war of 1992 to 1995, has been found guilty of genocide in Srebrenica in July 1995 and crimes against humanity.
A Catholic school in Australia was forced to cover its new statue after 'inappropriate' photos of it went viral on social media.
A large heat signal has been found in the desperate search for an Argentine navy submarine that went missing in the South Atlantic, according to reports.
The number of teenagers slain in the capital is now double the figure of 12 in the whole of last year
This is the moment a bystander tackles a suspected moped mugger moments after he snatched a handbag from a woman in North London.
Zimbabwe's recently fired vice president has returned to the country to be sworn in as leader after a week of turmoil saw the military swoop into the capital and oust Robert Mugabe.
Robert Mugabe's flamboyant son has been teased for posting a tribute picture of his father online after he was forced to resign as president of Zimbabwe.
Chancellor's job said to be on the line if he fails to deliver in today's speech after showdown with the Prime Minister
Chancellor Philip Hammond will today reveal how the Government will spend the 2017 Budget.
Uber has admitted concealing a cyber-attack that affected 57 million customers and drivers in 2016.
London is set to be battered by strong winds after forecasters issued a weather warning for the capital.
Robert Mugabe has resigned as the president of Zimbabwe days after a coup swept the country.
A middle-aged mother was rushed to hospital after being knocked to the ground in a punch-up with a woman at the Hamleys Christmas toy parade.
Robert Mugabe has bowed to the inevitable and resigned as President of Zimbabwe.
A woman has died after a huge blaze tore through a block of flats in north London.
Two teenagers have pleaded guilty to a "reckless" train surfing stunt that was filmed and uploaded onto YouTube.
A major push is underway in Zimbabwe to oust President Robert Mugabe, who faces impeachment and more street demonstrations as he ignores calls to resign.
East London's night-time economy is set for a festive surge when London Overground launches a round-the-clock weekend service ahead of Christmas, it was revealed today.
Cult leader Charles Manson, whose followers killed actress Sharon Tate and six others in 1969, has died aged 83.
Three Britons and one Vietnamese national were killed in a mid-air collision between a helicopter and plane in Buckinghamshire, police said.
Philip Hammond has been widely criticised for claiming "there are no unemployed people" during a Sunday morning television interview.
Songs of Praise star Aled Jones will not appear on the BBC while the corporation investigates allegations of inappropriate behaviour.
A film director has criticised police for failing to tackle moped crooks who stole his phone - despite telling them exactly where it was using a mobile app.
"Our little bird has flown but will always be with us."
The partner of British motorcycling star Daniel Hegarty who died after an accident in the Macua Motorcycle Grand Prix has paid tribute to him as "the love of her life".
President Donald Trump has backtracked on his decision to allow big game hunters to import slain elephants' heads as trophies.
A "Tube crush" website where passengers secretly capture and rate photos of men they find "attractive" while riding the London Underground has sparked a privacy row.
Four people have died after a plane and a helicopter crashed in mid-air and plummeted to the ground close to a village in Buckinghamshire.
The father of missing teenager Gaia Pope broke down in tears today as he made an emotional public plea to find his daughter.
For many young London parents, the start of the day involves rushing their children to school after frantically putting breakfast on the table.
A painstaking recovery process to salvage more than 200,000 personal possessions from Grenfell Tower's wreckage has reduced survivors to tears.