The US has issued a security alert for its citizens visiting Spain in response to a rise in the number of reported sexual assaults across the country.
Pete Buttigieg and Bernie Sanders are leading in the first vote to choose the Democratic candidate to run against President Donald Trump in November's election.
President Donald Trump has hailed the "great American comeback" in a speech to Congress that exposed
A ban on selling new petrol, diesel or hybrid cars in the UK will be brought forward from 2040 to 2035 at the latest, under government plans.
The change comes after experts said 2040 would be too late if the UK wants to achieve its target of emitting
Investment bank Citigroup has suspended a senior trader allegedly accused of stealing food from the staff canteen, media reports say.
The trader, Paras Shah, is reported to have been earning more than £1m a year including bonuses.
Nine people, including at least four boys aged under 18, have been shot dead in an amusement arcade in the city of Uruapan in western Mexico.
Iran's top court has confirmed a death sentence for a man convicted of spying for the CIA. Amir Rahimpour "earned a lot of money" to pass on information
The number of homeless students in the US is the highest in over a decade according to a new study. Most of the 1.5 million homeless schoolchildren stayed
The deadly coronavirus outbreak that has spread from China does not yet constitute a "pandemic", the
Trailers for the Top Gun sequel, the new James Bond film and other keenly anticipated movies have been unveiled during this year's Super Bowl.
Fans also got new glimpses of Black Widow and the new Minions movie.
The former head of this year’s vital climate summit may sue the UK government for sacking her, the BBC has learned.
Claire O’Neill, an ex-minister, was told by Downing Street that she couldn’t chair the Glasgow meeting because she was no longer a minister.
A 21-year-old man has admitted hacking into Nintendo's servers, leaking details about unreleased products and possessing child sexual abuse images.
Ryan Hernandez, known online as Ryan West and RyanRocks, stole and leaked information about the Nintendo Switch before it was released.
The first event that will help decide the candidates for US president is to take place with Monday's Iowa caucuses. Democratic and Republican voters will choose their preferred nominees for the White House race.
Italian police have handed out 162 fines in less than three hours to people ignoring a driving ban in Milan. The temporary ban started at 10:00 local time (09:00 GMT) and will last until the early evening in an attempt to curb the city's smog
Boris Johnson has set out his vision for a trade deal with the EU, saying there is "no need" for the UK to follow Brussels' rules.
The PM called for a Canada-style free trade deal, saying the UK would return to the Withdrawal Agreement if such a deal was not reached.
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