A 21-year-old man has been stabbed to death on a high street in northwest London.
Photos of a child's sexual abuse are still being shared online, six years after she was rescued from her abuser.
A pensioner says she fears for her health after an airport revamp left her with 50 jets taxiing at the bottom of her garden every day.
The chancellor is starting the process to find a new governor of the Bank of England as Mark Carney's extended tenure nears its end.
The wheels are in motion to aid bridge restoration project.
A huge fire opposite the British Sugar factory has closed the A616 from both directions. Several fire engines were called to the site just before midday and remain at the scene.
A programme of activities has been lined up for young people to keep them safe and occupied throughout the spring.
There could be relief at last for residents living close to an unauthorised waste site near Newark after an appeal against a Nottinghamshire County Council notice ordering the site’s clearance was dismissed.
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Damian Lillard capped a 50-point game by sinking a long three-pointer as time expired to give the Portland Trail Blazers a 118-115 victory over the visiting Oklahoma City Thunder on Tuesday night and a five-game series win.
Paul Merson expects Manchester United to "park the bus like a Jose Mourinho team" against Manchester City and says their display against Everton was "cringeworthy".
Lewis Hamilton is targeting an improved personal display at this weekend's Azerbaijan GP as he seeks to increase his world championship lead.
Manchester United host Manchester City on Wednesday in what could be the defining game of the Premier League season. Will they stun their rivals as they did at the Etihad Stadium last year? Or will Pep Guardiola's side take a vital step towards the title?
Selling out Wembley is no mean feat.
The family of author JRR Tolkien have said they do not approve of the upcoming biopic film made about his life.
Comedian Peter Kay has been photographed in public for the first time in almost a year after cancelling his highly anticipated live tour.