A jury has found a man nicknamed the "Hollywood Ripper" guilty of knifing to death two women, including actor Ashton Kutcher's date, and attempting to murder a third victim during a seven-year span.
Two Russian pilots managed to safely landed an airliner carrying 233 people in a cornfield outside Moscow after striking a flock of birds, prompting the Kremlin to hail them as heroes.
The ATP has imposed a huge fine on Nick Kyrgios after his second-round loss at the Cincinnati Masters, when the Australian argued loudly with the chair umpire and smashed several rackets.
Hong Kong is bracing for more mass protests over the weekend, even as China warns it may use its power to quell demonstrations.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has barred two US Democratic congresswomen from making a planned trip to Israel, shortly after US President Donald Trump called on his ally not to let them in.
A post mortem of financier Jeffrey Epstein, who died in an apparent suicide while awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges, has found his neck had been broken in several places.
Heavy rains have lashed parts of western Japan as tropical storm Krosa made landfall, forcing the cancellation of hundreds of flights and trains as authorities advised more than 500,000 people to evacuate.
Josh Hazlewood, Pat Cummins and Nathan Lyon took three wickets each as Australia bowled out England for 258.
Britain is asking logistics providers to bid for an express freight contract worth $46 million to deliver medicines daily after it exits the European Union on October 31.
Champions League winners Liverpool won the Super Cup 5-4 on penalties against Chelsea on Wednesday after the game ended 2-2 following extra-time.
US rapper A$AP Rocky has escaped jail time after being convicted of assault in Sweden.
China says Hong Kong's protest movement had reached "near terrorism" and more street clashes followed ugly scenes the previous day when protesters set upon men they suspected of being govt sympathisers.
The first day of the second Ashes test was rained out.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has accepted a watchdog's report that he breached ethics rules by trying to influence a corporate legal case but refuses to apologise.
A woman who said she was sexually abused by Jeffrey Epstein at the age of 14 is suing the disgraced financier's estate and a former associate.
Britain's Labour Party has vowed to call a vote of no-confidence in Boris Johnson's govt as soon as it believes it can win it and seeks to form a temporary govt under leader Jeremy Corbyn to delay Brexit.
Hong Kong's airport has resumed operations, rescheduling hundreds of flights that had been disrupted over the past two days as protesters clashed with riot police in a deepening crisis.
British adverts showing a male para athlete juxtaposed with a woman caring for a baby and an incompetent new dad doing the washing have been banned under new rules cracking down on sexist stereotypes.
The Los Angeles Opera said on Tuesday it will investigate accusations of sexual misconduct against Spanish tenor Placido Domingo, as two organisations cancelled planned appearances by him.
Cricket is set to return to the Commonwealth Games after a 24-year absence.