One of Prime Minister Theresa May's closest cabinet colleagues has predicted she will remain in the job until at least 2020.
A wry alternate history of tightly-controlled Singapore dominated the comic industry's equivalent of the Oscars, scooping three Eisner Awards.
Minneapolis police chief Janee Harteau has resigned following the fatal police shooting of an unarmed Australian woman.
A wildfire in central California that has forced more than 5,000 people from their homes spread rapidly after destroying dozens of buildings not far from Yosemite National Park.
South Korea's proposed military talks aimed at easing tension between the two Koreas failed to happen after the North snubbed the call.
US police say the fatal shooting of an unarmed Australian woman by a junior police officer violated department training and procedures, and the victim "didn't have to die."
A growing number of young Muslim women in Southeast Asia are taking part in "hijab" costume play, getting creative as they embrace the fan culture.
At least two people were killed and several injured on Greece's Kos island by a strong earthquake.
O.J. Simpson was granted parole and will be released from prison in October following an emotional hearing that centred on the botched armed robbery of his own mementos at a Las Vegas hotel that landed him behind bars for nine years.
The remains of a 27-year-old man were believed to have been recovered four days after a flash flood rushed down a rain-swollen canyon in central Arizona killing his wife and eight other family members, a local sheriff said.
Britain's public broadcaster, the BBC, pays its top male star five times more than its best-paid female presenter, it revealed after bowing to the government's demand to publish the salaries of its highest earners.
US Republican Senator John McCain has been diagnosed with a brain tumour following surgery to remove a blood clot from above his left eye.
Shortly before she was fatally shot by a US police officer, Justine Damond made two 911 calls to help a nearby woman she thought was possibly being sexually assaulted.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has urged Iraq's Prime Minister to investigate alleged human rights abuses that occurred during military operations to regain control of Mosul from IS militants.
President Donald Trump has declined an invitation to address the annual convention of the National Association for the Advancement of Coloured People.
The Bank of England unveiled its first plastic 10 pound note, which features 19th century British novelist Jane Austen and will be available to the public from September.
The Trump administration is preparing sanctions against several senior Venezuelan government figures to pressure President Nicolas Maduro to abort plans for a controversial congress foes say would cement dictatorship.
North Korea carries out public executions on river banks and at school grounds and marketplaces for charges such as stealing copper from factory machines, distributing media from South Korea and prostitution, a report issued said.
Republican efforts to overhaul or repeal Obamacare collapsed in the US Senate dealing a sharp setback to President Donald Trump and the Republican Party's quest to kill the healthcare law.
The crew of a police helicopter filmed people sunbathing in the nude, naturists at a campsite and even a couple having sex, a court in Britain was told.