Cabin crew on the last Thomas Cook flight back to the UK were moved to tears after passengers gave donations when they revealed they would not be paid.
The UK's biggest ever peacetime repatriation effort is underway following the collapse of holiday firm Thomas Cook.
As the biggest repatriation in peacetime history gets under way, so too will the blame game, with questions being asked as to why Thomas Cook was allowed to go under.
Google is braced for a landmark privacy ruling that could force it to wipe its search results of links to personal information.
Concerned Thomas Cook customers have been bombarding the troubled tour operator with queries about the fate of their holiday plans.
Thomas Cook, Britain's oldest travel agent, was close to collapsing on Sunday night as last-ditch rescue talks looked like ending in catastrophic failure.
A branch of the US military has apologised after a tweet appeared to threaten people trying to visit Area 51 over the weekend.
The foreign secretary has insisted Thomas Cook passengers will not be stranded overseas if the company collapses into administration.
Thomas Cook Group has issued a last-gasp plea to its lenders to reduce a £200m funding demand with Britain’s oldest travel agent just hours away from possible insolvency.
Thomas Cook Group will meet its biggest shareholder and creditors this morning in a final attempt to piece together a rescue deal before the 178-year-old company collapses into insolvency.
One of England's biggest academy chains is testing pupils' mental health using an AI (artificial intelligence) tool which can predict self-harm, drug abuse and eating disorders, Sky News can reveal.
The ailing travel group Thomas Cook was close to abandoning hope of a private sector rescue deal on Friday evening as a City blame game engulfed the UK's oldest travel agent.
Researchers at Google have created a computer that can carry out calculations way beyond the reach of traditional computers, it has been reported.
Marks & Spencer's (M&S) finance chief is quitting the retailer after just 14 months in a fresh blow just days before it is formally relegated from the London stock market's blue-chip share index.
Turkey's steel imports into Europe are a "greater problem" for the industry than the slowdown in demand from car makers, the boss of Europe's third largest steelmaker has told Sky News.
Shares in Thomas Cook plummeted more than 20% after it issued a statement confirming it needed to find an extra £200m to plug a financial hole.
An unknown man murdered more than a decade ago has had his face digitally reconstructed as detectives seek a breakthrough in their investigation.
Officials from the Premier League, Football League and Football Association (FA) have met with Twitter over what can be done to crack down on racist abuse suffered by a number of players this season.
Tinder is launching its own Choose Your Own Adventure-style series that will match prospective daters based on the decisions they make.
Eight sea, rail and air freight companies have been shortlisted for government contracts to transport critical goods, including vital medical supplies in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Twitter has removed thousands of state-backed accounts linked with spreading propaganda about the Saudi government and sowing discord around the ongoing protests in Hong Kong.
If you own an iPhone, chances are you have now been prompted to download the latest major software update - iOS 13.
Twenty-five years ago, Rachel Karen Green burst into the Central Perk coffee house in a soaking wet, off-the-shoulder wedding dress, and Friends was born.
The latest flagship smartphone from Huawei will launch without crucial Google apps and services due a US trade ban on the company.
The Royal Bank of Scotland has named Alison Rose as its new chief executive, making her the first woman to head one of Britain's biggest high street lenders.
Three videos purporting to be leaked military footage of UFOs are genuine, the US Navy has revealed.
Thomas Cook Group is scrambling to stitch together a last-ditch fire-sale in a bid to stave off collapse and avert the biggest-ever peacetime repatriation of British citizens.
Amazon's founder and chief executive Jeff Bezos has pledged to make the online retailer carbon neutral by 2040.
The Royal Mail Group has admitted a breach of competition law that led to an investigation by Ofcom.
Facebook had admitted people will be allowed to listen in to audio captured by its new smart devices, despite stopping the controversial practice in its Messenger app.
Debenhams has seen off a Mike Ashley-backed challenge to its rescue plans.
You have no doubt unlocked your smartphone with your finger, and on newer phones maybe even your face too - but how about your ears?
The Bank of England has warned that extended uncertainty over Brexit could lead to further damage for the UK economy.
Instagram and Facebook have imposed age restrictions on content about diet products and plastic surgery - with some posts banned completely.
An ambitious "flying taxi" dubbed "a James Bond car for everybody" has been stopped by police during a test run above the River Seine in Paris.
The end of pre-summer holiday promotions is being blamed for the first decline in retail sales since May.
Ryanair has seen off an investor revolt over pay plans that could earn its chief executive Michael O'Leary £90m in bonuses.
Booking.com is "continuing to mislead consumers" with false claims about the availability of hotel rooms months after regulators demanded the website improve its standards, according to a report.
UK farming needs billions of pounds from central government if commitments to tackle climate change and protect the natural environment are to be met.
The Brexit-supporting boss of Next says a warm start to September has done more to hinder sales than political uncertainty.
A strike planned by British Airways pilots for 27 September has been called off, the pilots' union has said.
BT Group and its broadband infrastructure rivals are in secret talks with the government about a timetable for switching off copper broadband services that would echo the end of the analogue TV signal in 2012.
A charity that provides emergency food for those in need says that where Universal Credit exists, there's a higher demand for food banks.
Burger King has removed all plastic toys from its children's meals from today after two sisters started a petition.
The US will release non-native insects to control a hated and invasive species of thistle.
The US has cut interest rates by 0.25% for the second time this year amid concerns about slowing economic growth and global trade tensions.
A massive asteroid collision 470 million years ago could hold clues on how to stop global warming.
The UK's Brexit-hit car industry is to set for a major boost, with hundreds of jobs to be created to build a new 4x4 in a town due to be abandoned by Ford.
The annual rate of inflation fell to 1.7% in August, its lowest level since December 2016, official figures have shown.
The owner of used car chain Car Store is to close almost two-thirds of the brand's sites, citing an impact from Brexit.
The government has launched an investigation into the £4bn takeover of defence firm Cobham, citing "national security" concerns.
The attack on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities originated from inside Iran, according to US media reports.
Free-to-use cash machines are disappearing faster from poorer areas than more affluent ones.
Scientists have discovered indicators of adult type 2 diabetes can be spotted in children as young as eight - about 50 years before it is usually diagnosed.
The UK is falling behind its G7 rivals when it comes to preparing for mass automation of the workplace and the so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution, MPs have warned.
Facebook has revealed the rules that will govern its "supreme court" - a new 40-person independent board that will make the final decision on controversial questions about the social network's content.
The colourful businessman who fought a running battle with the owner of Southend Airport last year is turning his attention to its former corporate bedfellow by plotting a raid on the struggling haulier Eddie Stobart Logistics.
Oil prices dipped by more than 7% on Tuesday - after a major spike on Monday following drone attacks on key installations in Saudi Arabia at the weekend.
Facebook has teamed up with the Metropolitan Police to prevent live-streaming of terror attacks, six months after the Christchurch mosque gunman streamed his actions using the social network's Live feature.
Children as young as nine have been victims of sexual offences after accessing adult dating apps, according to police documents obtained by Sky News.
The home secretary has said she is appalled by the revelation that children, one of them nine years old, have been sexually groomed or assaulted after contact with adults on over-18 dating sites.
The next Pixel smartphone from Google is set to launch on 15 October.
The future of a huge fertiliser mine in Yorkshire has been thrown into doubt after the company responsible for its development failed to secure the $500m (£402.8m) needed to move ahead.
Credit card interest rates have reached their highest in at least 13 years, putting shoppers preparing to splash out for Christmas at risk of higher bills.
Sales at French Connection fell in the first half of the year, with the brand conceding that it was struggling to find a buyer.
Snapchat is taking selfies into the third dimension in the latest update to its photo-sharing and messaging app.
A newly detected neutron star is the biggest ever discovered, and astronomers say it is right at the limit of collapsing itself into a black hole.
WeWork's much-anticipated initial public offering (IPO) has been postponed until the end of the year.
Researchers claim they have developed software that can identify cyber bullies and trolls on Twitter with 90% accuracy.
Facebook has refuted suggestions that its upcoming cryptocurrency could threaten existing monies and banks.
The UK's food supply could be at risk as a result of the impact of climate change on agriculture around the world.
The UK government has spent £25,300 on a single Snapchat advert promoting its "Get Ready For Brexit" campaign, Sky News can reveal.
The largest amphibian in the world is a newly-discovered species of giant salamander that once had a home at London Zoo.
The deadline for installing smart meters into every home in the UK by 2020 has been put back to 2024.
Men carrying a faulty gene are at almost double the risk of prostate cancer, according to new research.
The attack on Saudi Arabia's largest petroleum-processing facility over the weekend struck at the heart of one of the most important oil-producing regions in the world: the Middle East.
The pound has slipped further from last week's gains after remarks by Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel directed at Boris Johnson.
An app that automatically cancels your subscriptions at the end of the free-trial period has launched in the UK.
The former chief executive of National Grid will this week be named as the chairman of the ultrafast broadband network vying to become BT Group's biggest British rival.
US private equity firm Advent International has won its battle to buy defence and aerospace group Cobham for $5bn (£4bn), joining a growing list of overseas suitors taking advantage of the weak pound to pick up highly-rated British companies.
Technology which can detect if people are carrying hidden weapons will be used by police for the first time in a London railway station in a bid to tackle knife crime.
Teenagers in the UK are among those being targeted with adverts for commonly used drug dealing equipment on Facebook.
Selfies are being ripped apart by an AI-driven web experiment that uses a huge image database to classify pictures of people.
Discount supermarket chain Aldi has announced that its operating profits fell by 26% to £197.9m last year, as the company invested heavily in the face of fierce competition.
Ex-England striker Gary Lineker, Countdown presenter Rachel Riley and London mayor Sadiq Khan are among a group of celebrities, politicians and campaigners who have pledged not to publicise the abuse they receive on social media from trolls.
Edward Snowden, the US whistleblower who leaked classified documents detailing government surveillance programmes, is calling on France to grant him asylum.
An online gamer who became upset over a bet he made during a Call Of Duty match has been jailed for his role in a hoax call that saw police shoot dead an unarmed man.
When Ash Ketchum first hit our screens in 1997 in the global hit Pokemon, he says in the theme song: "I wanna be, the very best, like no one ever was."
While many of us know that "hangry" is definitely a real thing, new research shows that feeling famished can lead to poor decision-making.
Global oil prices surged by nearly 20% following the bombing of two massive Saudi energy plants.
Enormous marsupials weighing twice as much as the average polar bear used to roam the plains of Australia, a study has found.
Purdue Pharma, the embattled US drugmaker accused of helping to fuel the opioid drug crisis, has filed for bankruptcy in the face of more than 2,000 lawsuits across the country.