Police in California have arrested a man suspected of two killings after someone reported seeing a livestream on social media that showed him with a gun and two women lying motionless on the floor of an apartment.
A troop of gorillas at San Diego Zoo Safari Park appear to be recovering from coronavirus, including a 49-year-old silverback who received antibody therapy.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have donated food to military veterans volunteering for a charity in a deprived area of California.
Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin Orbit has reached space – eight months after the first demonstration flight of its air-launched rocket system failed, the company said.
Facebook’s US headquarters will take control of legal responsibilities for UK users from next year, shifting away from current EU-based user agreements as a result of Brexit.
A “magical” monolith has been discovered on an Isle of Wight beach, just days after similar structures were spotted in the United States and Romania.
Gusts reaching 70mph have fuelled the spread of a California wildfire, one of several which has forced residents to flee their homes.
The captain of a scuba diving boat that caught fire and sank off the coast of California last year, killing 34 people who were trapped below deck, was indicted on US federal manslaughter charges for one of the deadliest maritime disasters in recent US history.
Harvey Weinstein has been charged with a further six counts of sexual assault involving two victims from incidents that allegedly happened more than a decade ago, prosecutors in Los Angeles said.
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Boris Johnson’s Scottish holiday plans were interrupted when he was spied glamping on the Applecross peninsula.
Jennifer Aniston has urged fans to wear a mask to halt the spread of coronavirus, saying the issue has been “politicised at the expense of peoples’ lives”.
Harvey Weinstein’s extradition to Los Angeles has been delayed by the coronavirus pandemic, prosecutors have said.
An American man who said he wanted to fly to the edge of outer space to see if the world is round has died after his home-built rocket blasted off into the desert sky before plunging back down to earth.
A California appeals court is strongly inclined to give new life to the lawsuits of two men who accuse Michael Jackson of molesting them when they were boys.
A cinema in California has cancelled screenings of the Joker following a “credible” threat, police in the state said.
Ariana Grande has sued the fashion chain Forever 21 for £8.3 million over an alleged “lookalike” it used in an advertising campaign.
Muse frontman Matt Bellamy has married model Elle Evans.
Lana Del Rey said she will donate the proceeds from her latest single to the victims of recent mass shootings in the US.
Virgin Galactic’s sister company Virgin Orbit has conducted a drop test of its air-launched satellite booster over California in a key step towards space missions.
Kim Kardashian West has been awarded 2.7 million US dollars – about £2.1 million – in her lawsuit with a so-called “fast fashion” brand she accused of ripping off her outfits.
Katherine Schwarzenegger wished her new husband Chris Pratt a happy birthday with a loving post on Instagram.
Two north-east ponies have trotted 6,500 miles to America to start a new life.
Downton Abbey star Allen Leech has said the “magical” moment he saw his wife Jessica Blair Herman walk down the aisle will stay with him forever.
Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl took food to firefighters who are continuing to tackle deadly blazes in California.
US talkshow host Jimmy Kimmel slammed Donald Trump for his response to the California wildfires as the death toll continued to rise.
Singer Robin Thicke’s house has been destroyed by the wildfires in California.
Demi Lovato has broken her silence on social media to encourage her fans to vote in the US midterm elections.
The first tunnel dug under Los Angeles by Elon Musk’s Boring Company is “almost done”, the entrepreneur has claimed on Twitter.
Smart device makers will be forced to use unique default passwords on all their products sold in California from 2020.
California governor Jerry Brown has signed the United States’ toughest net neutrality measure which requires internet providers to maintain a level playing field online.