South Korean and US troops have begun annual drills that come after tensions rose over North Korea's two intercontinental ballistic missile tests last month.
A US politician who said on Facebook she hoped Donald Trump would be assassinated has apologised publicly to the president and his family, calling the online posting "a mistake".
The fatal stabbing of a hairstylist in Chicago was part of a sexual fantasy hatched in an online chatroom between a US professor and an Oxford University employee, a court has heard.
A US navy guided-missile destroyer collided with a tanker early on Monday in waters east of Singapore and the Strait of Malacca, and at least 10 sailors are missing.
Hate crime perpetrated on social media must be taken as seriously as "offline" offences, new guidelines for prosecutors say.
The number of people who believe the Prince of Wales has made a positive contribution to the Royal Family has fallen in the run-up to the 20th anniversary of Diana, Princess of Wales's death.
Britain will publish further details of its Brexit negotiating strategy this week including a key paper on the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in an attempt to push talks towards a future trade relationship but amid a warning of delays.
Private hospitals are enjoying a £52 million tax break on their business rates bill through their charitable status while NHS hospitals are facing crippling hikes, research has revealed.
Voters switched party allegiances at unprecedented rates in the general election as they tried to game the failing electoral system, according to voting reform campaigners.
Big Ben will fall silent on Monday for renovations following a backlash from Theresa May and MPs over the proposed four-year timetable for the work.
Families working full time on the national living wage are 13% or £59 a week short of the amount needed to provide their children with a minimum standard of living, according to a new report.
A United Nations committee will hear from British disability campaigners that the Government is breaching the rights of disabled people and ignoring requests for information on key issues.
The Brexit-hit pound has ensured Britain is the only major global region to see dividend growth fall, while the rest of the world looks forward to a 1.2 trillion US dollar (£930 billion) bonanza.
House price growth across 2017 is set to slow to less than a third of the rate of increase seen last year, according to a forecast.
Scottish Transport Minister Humza Yousaf has claimed "nobody can hold a candle" to Scotland's bridges after unveiling a plaque commemorating the Forth Bridge's world heritage status.
More people will die from fires started by faulty white goods if the Government does not implement safety recommendations made over a year ago, the London Fire Brigade (LFB) warned.
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has told Marcus Rashford to embrace becoming a Premier League target.
Brighton have completed the club-record signing of Colombia international winger Jose Izquierdo from Club Brugge.
US President Donald Trump is planning to address the nation on his strategy for the war in Afghanistan.
Head coach Antonio Conte lauded his "fighters" after Chelsea extended Tottenham's Wembley woe with a 2-1 Premier League win.