A British man has gone missing from a popular beach north of Sydney in Australia.
Radio host Maajid Nawaz has said he was "racially attacked" outside a London theatre.
The government is planning to make social networks liable for the content on their platforms, but will stop short of giving them the same liability as traditional publishers when it announces its plans within the next few weeks.
Former hard left politician Derek "Degsy" Hatton has told Sky News he has been readmitted to the Labour Party.
New guidelines have been introduced in New York City to stop hairstyle discrimination.
The daughter of a soap star who died of a drugs overdose at a music festival had a "very good chance" of surviving with early medical treatment, a court has heard.
More than a third of students have reported feeling anxious or depressed due to "appalling" living conditions and "exploitative" landlords, according to a survey.
Labour's deputy leader has warned more groups of MPs could quit the party unless Jeremy Corbyn takes stronger action to address concerns over Brexit and antisemitism.
Leeds United have been fined £200,000 for spying on Derby Country during a training session.
Former England Under-21 star Saido Berahino has been arrested on suspicion of drink-driving.
A phone belonging to the teenager accused of killing six-year-old Alesha MacPhail was used to search "how do police find DNA", a court has heard.
Honda is preparing to announce the closure of its factory in Swindon, dealing a devastating blow both to its 3,500-strong workforce and ministers' hopes that the UK will remain an elite manufacturing economy after Brexit.
Yemen's warring parties have agreed to withdraw their forces from Hodeidah - providing fresh hope for the fragile ceasefire in the city.
Seven MPs have quit Labour in a rage over Jeremy Corbyn's handling of Brexit and antisemitism, reducing the party's seats in Parliament.
Dozens of migrants have been rescued from a small boat off the Dover coast.
It is tempting, when one reads stories such as the one broken by my colleague Mark Kleinman today about Honda shutting down its Swindon factory, to leap to conclusions.
Home Secretary Sajid Javid has warned Islamic State recruit Shamima Begum of "consequences" as she attempts to return to Britain.
Striking X-ray images of animals at London Zoo have been released.
Flight enthusiasts were in for a treat on Monday as British Airways unveiled a plane which had been repainted with its original retro design.
A NatWest customer was told vegans should be "punched in the face" when she applied for a loan to take a vegan nutrition course.
Tensions in the disputed Kashmir region have escalated further after four Indian soldiers, three suspected militants, a police official and a civilian were killed during a gun battle.
A Spanish warship with its guns manned ordered commercial ships to leave British Gibraltar waters, the territory's government said.
A row has broken out between the dairy and plant-based industries over the use of the word "cheese".
After weeks of speculation about who might go and when, seven Labour MPs decided the moment had come to walk away.
Seven Labour MPs have announced their resignations from the party in opposition to leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Police have released an image of a wanted man after three teenage girls were sexually assaulted in a London shopping centre.
A former NHS manager has denied lying to police over claims he witnessed the murder of schoolboys by a Westminster VIP paedophile ring.
The Polish prime minister has cancelled plans to send a delegation to Jerusalem after the acting Israeli foreign minister said Poles "sucked antisemitism from their mothers' milk".
Two officer cadets studying at Sandhurst have been charged after allegedly waterboarding a fellow Army recruit.
Michael Gove, the Environment Secretary, has bowed to pressure from Britain's food industry by agreeing to suspend a series of reforms amid protests that they are too absorbed by preparations for a no-deal Brexit.
An investigation may take place into claims senior officials discussed whether Donald Trump could be removed from office.
The justice secretary has said there is a "very strong case" to abolish jail sentences of six months or less.
UK households have grown more downbeat about their finances with worries about job security at their worst in more than a year, according to a new poll.
Britons are stocking up on euros ahead of Brexit, new figures suggest.
Britain could get record-breaking temperatures this weekend, with a small chance of matching the hottest February day of 19.7C (67.4F).
A former British IS bride has urged the public to show Shamima Begum "mercy" - but says the teenager is immature and should be asking for forgiveness.
This month could be the most fragrant February in memory thanks to last year's hot summer and a lack of severe frosts over the winter, horticulturalists have said.
Any risks from using equipment made by Chinese tech firm Huawei in the rollout of 5G networks can be managed, UK cyber security chiefs have concluded.
Train operators are calling for a major shake-up of fares that would throw out current rules governing peak and off-peak pricing and also end the need for so-called split-ticketing.
Firefighters have rescued a mountain lion that was stuck in a tree outside a home in the California desert.
IS bride Shamima Begum has told Sky News "a lot of people should have sympathy" for her as she spoke of her wish to return to the UK.
A "sophisticated state actor" has carried out a cyber attack on the Australian parliament's computing network - just a month before an election.
Sky News has spoken to IS bride Shamima Begum in an exclusive interview just hours after she gave birth to a baby boy in a Syrian refugee camp.
MPs calling for a code of ethics to ensure social media platforms remove harmful content from their sites have branded Facebook "digital gangsters" in a parliamentary report.
We had just about given up in the al-Hawl displacement camp in northeastern Syria.
British cargo is due to set sail for the Far East - but the uncertainty clouding Brexit means its fate is unknown.
A hate crime where "no blacks" was spray-painted on the front door of a family home is being investigated by police, who apologised for their delayed response.
Paul Flynn - a maverick, a campaigner and a parliamentary wit - has died at the age of 84.
A parliamentary inquiry into disinformation has called on the government to investigate the Russian state's attempts to influence the EU referendum.
Senior Labour figures have warned MPs against splitting away from the party - claiming it could risk a decade of Conservative government.
Dolly Parton has said there is still "a long way to go" for women in the workplace as she addressed gender equality before the launch of 9 to 5 The Musical in London.
A man has died after a tree fell on a car in Surrey.
A newly-acquired 16mm movie film of female aviator Amelia Earhart could shed light on what happened more than 80 years after she disappeared.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after the brother of two British teenagers, who were killed while fighting for an Islamist group in Syria, was stabbed to death in Brighton.
People in a theatre performance of Jersey Boys was forced to evacuate after a series of manhole explosions in midtown Manhattan.
The bodies of 24 illegal gold miners have been recovered from flooded tunnels in Zimbabwe after a dam wall collapsed following heavy rain.
Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson has been criticised for risking trade talks with China by announcing the deployment of an aircraft carrier to the Pacific region.
Former England manager Glenn Hoddle has spoken for the first time since his cardiac arrest on a TV studio set, revealing his heart stopped for 60 seconds.
A Russian flag has been unfurled on scaffolding at Salisbury Cathedral, just over two weeks before the anniversary of a nerve agent attack in the city.
Household food waste will have to be picked up weekly under government plans, following anger over reduced bin collections.
Shamima Begum, 19, who left Bethnal Green in 2015 with friends to join the extremist group IS, has given birth to a baby boy in Syria.
China's #MeToo movement has endured a fitful existence since it emerged at the beginning of 2018, facing heavy censorship online and in state media.
Progreso is home to around 3,000 people and almost all of them have a personal memory of Emiliano Sala.
Donald Trump has called on Britain and other European allies to take back more than 800 Islamic State fighters captured in Syria and put them on trial.
Campaigners have warned that a row between the government and a US drug supplier could affect the life expectancy of thousands of young cystic fibrosis patients.
Collapsed airline Flybmi has issued advice as passengers have spoken of their frustration after thousands had their travel plans disrupted.
Regional airline Flybmi has gone into administration and cancelled all its flights.
Two men have been arrested over a triple stabbing outside a Mayfair nightclub that left at least one victim in a life-threatening condition.
Theresa May has pleaded with Tory MPs to unite and deliver on Brexit, warning that "history will judge us all" as she prepares for fresh EU talks.
Dozens of spectators have been involved in a mass brawl at Haydock Park racecourse.
Emiliano Sala's cousin has insisted that someone needs to take responsibility for the death of the 28-year-old Argentinian footballer, as mourners paid their final respects.
Marcia Williams was a trailblazer and one the most influential woman in post-war British political history - even if many people have never heard of her.
A 27-year-old man has appeared in court charged with the murders of three elderly men in Exeter.
Eurostar passengers are facing cancellations and major disruption all weekend due to an unexploded World War II bomb discovered in Paris.
A 63-year-old man is fighting for his life in hospital after being run over by thieves making off with his car.
The actor Bruno Ganz, who was most famous for playing Adolf Hitler in the Oscar-nominated film Downfall, has died aged 77.
Boohoo has announced it will continue using wool in its products, despite earlier promising to enforce a ban by the autumn.
A Sri Lankan community leader has told Sky News the vast majority of illegal immigrants arriving in Britain from the country are coming on fake passports.
The justice secretary has conceded the government may not be able to stop IS bride Shamima Begum returning to the UK as it "can't make people stateless".
Eight illegal gold miners have been pulled alive from flooded pits after being trapped underground for days in Zimbabwe.
George Osborne has called on the prime minister to "stop playing Russian roulette" and take a no-deal Brexit off the table.
A memorial to Karl Marx has been vandalised for the second time in two weeks in a "senseless" attack.
Sir Richard Branson is hunting new funds for his commercial space ventures, months after halting a $1bn (£775m) Saudi-funded deal amid an international furore over the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.
Fashion website Boohoo has become the first UK mainstream retailer to ban the use of wool in its products - but has faced backlash over the decision.
The Islamic State caliphate has been "decimated" and the last mile of IS-controlled territory in Syria is being captured by American-backed forces, says US vice president Mike Pence.
Pop star Dua Lipa has posed with a waxwork of herself at Madame Tussauds, in a surprise appearance ahead of the Brit Awards on Wednesday.
Britain is "narrowly on the wrong side" of international law over arms sales to Saudi Arabia during the Yemen conflict, a Westminster watchdog has warned.
Illegal child seats which offer "almost no protection" in a car crash are still available to buy online, a consumer group has warned.
A 16-year-old boy has died two days after being stabbed outside a college in Birmingham.
The funeral of Emiliano Sala who died in a plane crash over the English Channel is set to take place in Argentina later.
A gunman who killed five people and wounded several police officers at a warehouse near Chicago opened fire as he was being fired by the company, authorities say.
The family of Islamic State bride Shamima Begum say they are "shocked" by her comments to a newspaper and want the UK government to help bring her home.
Donald Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort could spend more than 19 years in prison after being found guilty of tax and bank fraud charges.
A teenager accused of murdering a six-year old girl sent a video of himself to friends with the message "found the guy who's done it", a court has heard.
Reema Iqbal is talking to us from behind the plastic sheeting which marks the tented area which is now her home in Roj camp in northeast Syria.
Inspired by the Sky Ocean Rescue campaign, a region of the UK has created the country's first local circular economy.
Homeowners and businesses are being urged to help save one of the UK's favourite breeds of birds - the swift.
Nigeria's presidential election has been postponed just hours before polls were due to open.
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders has been questioned by the special counsel investigating alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
Donald Trump has signed legislation to avert another government shutdown after announcing a national emergency at the US-Mexico border in an attempt to get funding for his wall.
A Labour member's claim that "the Jewish community plans to attack our party" was not deemed to amount to antisemitism by party officials, it has emerged.
A 27-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murdering three elderly men is still being questioned by detectives.
A harpoon designed to clear harmful space junk has been tested for the first time.
An artificial intelligence system developed by Elon Musk's OpenAI organisation is too dangerous to be released, the group believes.
Hundreds of civilians still living in Islamic State's final enclave have emerged and are being used as human shields - forcing US-backed troops to delay capturing the village.
UK-born rapper 21 Savage was held at a US detention centre so that the Trump administration could send a message on immigration, his lawyer has claimed.
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall will make a historic visit to Cuba next month as the UK government continues "frank and open" discussions about the country's human rights record.
Four 17-year-old boys have been jailed over the "ferocious" killing of a teenager who gatecrashed a girl's 16th birthday party.
Theresa May has criticised pupils who walked out of class to demand action on climate change.
A "lookalike" of Friends actor David Schwimmer has denied a string of fraud and theft offences.
Those who believe the EU's solidarity towards Ireland will falter over the Brexit backstop are "in for a nasty surprise", the Irish prime minister has warned.
India's prime minister has warned Pakistan of a "crushing response" to a suicide bombing that left at least 41 soldiers dead in Kashmir.
The owner of the Mr Kipling and Bisto gravy brands has abandoned its auction of Ambrosia amid continued uncertainties, including Brexit.
Two boys, aged 12 and 13, have been arrested after a car they are suspected to have stolen crashed and injured a six-year-old girl.
CCTV footage of smash-and-grab raiders driving though a shopping centre has been likened by police to a scene from the 1960s crime classic The Italian Job.
A runner who was attacked by a mountain lion has described how he wrestled the animal to the ground and jammed his foot onto its neck during a life-and-death struggle.
The style director of the Brazilian edition of Vogue has quit after an image taken at her 50th birthday party was condemned for depicting scenes of slavery from colonial times.
Theresa May will not change course on Brexit despite an embarrassing Commons defeat, one of her ministers has said.
A Ryanair flight from Glasgow to Malaga had to be diverted after "a full fist fight in the aisle".
Hundreds of "witches' marks" have been discovered carved into caves on the border between Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire - with some thought to signal a supposed entrance to "hell".
The British teenager who wants to return to the UK after running away to join Islamic State is "potentially very dangerous", the head of MI6 has implied.
The US and China are to hold further trade war peace talks in Washington next week after both sides hailed "progress".
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) says the Treasury will net almost £1bn in dividends after its annual profits more than doubled but warned Brexit risks hurting its financial recovery.
The founder of LK Bennett, the high street fashion retailer, has drafted in advisers to examine options for the chain nearly 18 months after regaining full control of the business.
Author Andrea Levy, whose prize-winning novel Small Island chronicled the Windrush generation, has died from cancer at the age of 62.
Facebook is negotiating a record fine with the US Federal Trade Commission over violations of user's privacy, it has been reported.
Retail sales rebounded strongly last month as shoppers hunted post-Christmas bargains ahead of Brexit, official figures show.
Google is reported to have "satisfied" the Russian communications regulator over demands it censor people's web searches.
Spain will go the polls on 28 April after Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez called a snap national election following defeat in a key budget vote.
Satellite images reveal the vast impact of flooding in northeast Australia - with one river transforming from a thin trickle to a 37 mile-wide current in just a few weeks.
Tourists have been barred from Mount Everest's base camp in Tibet because of the amount of rubbish being dumped.
Theresa May has suffered an embarrassing defeat in the House of Commons as MPs voted against her approach to Brexit.
The US Department of Justice has refused to comment on the revelation that counter-intelligence staff were exposed to Iranian spies by using a Facebook group which was infiltrated.
More than half a million babies may have died because of wars in the last five years, charity Save the Children has reported.
Flights in and out of Dubai airport were put on hold for half an hour this morning following reports of drones flying in the area.
Donald Trump will sign a security funding bill to avert another government shutdown but will also declare a national emergency over the border wall, says the White House.
School children across the country have swapped the classroom for the picket line today, as they strike over the government's perceived lack of action on climate change.
The prisons minister has told Sky News he is "quietly confident" he will be able to keep his job amid indications drug-taking and violence in some jails is beginning to fall.
The prime minister has lost a vote designed to reaffirm support for her decision to return to Brussels and reach a new agreement with EU leaders on the UK's exit from the bloc.
Britain enjoyed its warmest Valentine's Day in more than 20 years on Thursday, according to the Met Office.
School children are going on strike on Friday to protest against a lack of action to tackle climate change.
Six-year-old Alesha MacPhail was smothered to death and suffered "catastrophic" injuries to her genital area, a court has heard.
The father of one of the three Bethnal Green schoolgirls who ran away to join Islamic State has said they should be allowed to return to Britain.
Archaeologists have discovered a fresco in an ancient home in Pompeii, portraying mythological hunter Narcissus, who fell in love with his own reflection.
Amazon has abruptly scrapped a plan to build a new second headquarters in New York that would have created 25,000 jobs.
The shadow chancellor has been criticised after labelling Sir Winston Churchill a "villain" over his role in dealing with striking miners in Wales in 1910.
A teenager has appeared in court after allegedly throwing two chairs off a 45th floor balcony in Toronto, Canada.
An unborn baby who died when her teenage parents were killed in a head-on crash after a police pursuit was due to have been born on Valentine's Day.
A business minister has accused members of the European Research Group (ERG) of "treachery" over Brexit.
Staff at French oil and gas giant Total have been told it is moving its trading operations from London to Geneva in September in a move affecting 200 jobs, Sky News understands.
The pilot of a plane which crashed during the Shoreham Airshow, killing 11 people, has told a court his experience of flying the aircraft was "very limited".
A third suspect linked to the Salisbury poisoning has been named by an investigative website as Denis Sergeev, a high-ranking Russian military intelligence officer.
Detectives looking for missing student Libby Squire have admitted "she may have come to some harm".
GoCardless will next week join the ranks of fast-growing British fintech company signalling major growth ambitions by raising new funds in a deal valuing it at hundreds of millions of pounds.
A British man held in the United Arab Emirates reportedly for wearing a Qatar shirt has been freed and has left the country, say Sky sources.
US vice president Mike Pence has rebuked the UK and Washington's European allies, accusing them of trying to violate sanctions against Iran.
It is just 12 years since the A380 superjumbo entered service, hyped as the future of passenger aviation.
David Beckham could appear in court after allegedly using a mobile phone while driving - less than two months after getting off a speeding charge.
One of the candidates to be the mayor of a US city has made it to the final round of an election - even though he died in December.
An east London schoolgirl who left Britain to marry an Islamic State fighter is now heavily pregnant and says she wants to return home.
Sacking Jose Mourinho cost Manchester United £19.6m, latest financial results from the club have revealed.
Interserve, the struggling outsourcer, is facing a financial bombshell that could threaten its future if its largest shareholder succeeds with a plan to block a debt restructuring and remove key board members.
A so-called "Pineapple Express" is carrying rain, snow and winds to America's west coast over the next two days as forecasters warn of more chaos and destruction.
A heroin addict has been jailed for 15 years for killing a 100-year-old Nazi prison camp survivor who was mugged and left bleeding in a road.
The German economy has narrowly missed tumbling into recession but recorded output growth of just 0.02% in the final quarter of 2018.
Measuring the grativational waves produced by the merging of two neutron stars will reveal secrets about the fundamental structure of matter in the universe, according to scientists.
A&E performance in England dipped to its lowest level since the four-hour target was introduced in January.
Theresa May has called on MPs to "hold our nerve" and give her more time to agree a revised Brexit deal with the European Union. So, how will the process play out now?
More Britons who joined Islamic State - mainly women - are believed to have been identified at Syrian camps in the last few days.
A&E performance in England in January dipped to its lowest level since the four-hour target was introduced in 2004.
Airbus has blamed weak sales for its decision to scrap production of the A380 superjumbo - the world's largest airliner.
The Duke of Edinburgh will face no further action after a car crash near Sandringham last month, the Crown Prosecution Service has said.
An advanced clinical trial of a new pill to treat asthma led by scientists at the University of Leicester has shown good results for sufferers.
Patisserie Valerie has been bought out of administration after alleged fraud tipped it to collapse last month.
England's 1966 World Cup winning goalkeeper Gordon Banks missed out on a knighthood due to an administrative error, Sky Sports News has learned.
Former Manchester United youth team manager Eric Harrison has died at the age of 81.
A pregnant British teenager who joined Islamic State in Syria says she wants to return to the UK.
Five people have been injured after a passenger plane suffered severe turbulence in mid-air - flipping a drinks cart on its side.
Norway has given the go-ahead for a copper mine near Europe's northernmost point - despite years of opposition from indigenous Sami herders and fishermen.
A pregnant British schoolgirl who joined Islamic State in Syria says she does not regret fleeing the UK - but wants to come home so her baby can be looked after.
The government could be facing another embarrassing parliamentary defeat, after a group of Tory eurosceptics suggested they were ready to rebel in a Brexit vote later today.
New research has warned that the release of undersea reservoirs of gases has superheated the planet historically, contributing to the end of the ice age.
NASA has selected a new space mission which will help it understand the origins of the universe.
Don't expect your children to let go of that Frozen fever just yet.
Hacked versions of iPhone apps such as Spotify, Minecraft and Pokemon Go have been distributed by software pirates who have hijacked Apple's technology.
More than 40 former senior diplomats have called on Theresa May to delay Brexit and hold a second EU referendum.
A lawyer who oversaw Apple's insider trading safeguards is facing charges of using confidential information to earn $600,000 (£466,000).
Patients are being urged to know their blood pressure and cholesterol numbers as well as they know their PIN numbers as part of a campaign to cut 150,000 heart attack, stroke and dementia cases over the next 10 years.
The former boxer who could be America's most prolific serial killer has drawn more than a dozen sketches of women he says murdered.
Paul Manafort intentionally lied to investigators and a jury in the Russia probe, a judge has ruled.
A 24-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a man was stabbed to death in East Dulwich.
A man has been arrested in connection with the disappearance of a student who was last seen on Boxing Day.
An award-winning journalist who is an outspoken critic of the Philippine president has been arrested on "cyber libel" charges.
The family of a former British soldier detained in the United Arab Emirates say the stress they are suffering "eclipses" the anxiety they felt when he was serving in war zones.
Jeans maker Levi Strauss & Co has disclosed plans for a return to Wall Street for the first time in three decades.
Michelle Obama got quite the reality check from her mother, who appeared unimpressed by her daughter's stage appearance at the Grammys.
A rare African black leopard has been pictured in the first confirmed sighting for almost 100 years.
Theresa May is hardly in a parliamentary sweet spot - but now she's found herself in a new jam.
Opportunity - NASA's longest-running rover on Mars - has been declared dead, 15 years after it landed on the red planet.
Renault has scrapped €30m (£26m) in bonuses and severance pay to former boss Carlos Ghosn after he was forced out following allegations of misconduct at Nissan.
A woman has denied having sex with a teenage murder suspect and allegations that she used the contents of the condom to plant evidence on the body of a girl.
A former US air force counter-intelligence officer has been charged with revealing classified information to Iran.
The boss of Smurfit Kappa, Europe's biggest maker of cardboard boxes, has spoken of his anger at the company's business in Venezuela being seized by the country's Marxist government.
A heroin addict has been found guilty of killing a 100-year-old Nazi camp survivor after he mugged her and left her bleeding in the road.
Markets have surged on growing hopes that negotiations to end the US-China trade war will result in a truce.
Liam Fox has predicted many EU trade deals that the UK needs to re-agree with other countries will "go down to the wire".
Ford has issued a fresh warning on the "catastrophic" impact of a no-deal Brexit after reportedly telling the prime minister that it was stepping up preparations to move production out of Britain.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after three elderly men, including 84-year-old twin brothers, were found dead in Exeter.
Libby Squire's parents have released new images of the missing 21-year-old in the hope it might yield new leads in the search.
The Hatton Garden burglar nicknamed Basil walks like Charlie Chaplin, a podiatry expert has told a court trying to establish if an arrested man is him.
West Indies bowler Shannon Gabriel has been banned for four games after admitting making a homophobic comment to England captain Joe Root.
The prime minister has played down suggestions she could wait until the eleventh hour and force MPs to choose between her deal or a long delay to Brexit.
Drug lord Joaquin Guzman is expected to spend the rest of his life in a notorious prison dubbed the "Alcatraz of the Rockies".
Rare giant pangolins - sometimes known as scaly anteaters for their protective armour - have been captured on camera.
Airports, railway stations and sea ports have all but ground to a halt in Belgium amid a huge national strikes.
Children were being put at risk due to "unsafe" staffing levels at two hospitals run by one of England's largest NHS trusts.
New roads signs are being erected in the freshly-named Republic of North Macedonia.
One of Britain's biggest providers of workplace pensions will be sold this week following a catalogue of problems which led to it being fined last year by the industry regulator.
An arrest warrant has been issued for a conwoman who stole more than £115,000 from the brother of a former Tory minister.
We are happiest at the ages of 16 and 70, according to a new report - and having a job is key to finding contentment in between.
A tiger has died after being attacked by two others at Longleat Safari Park - just days after a similar incident at London Zoo.
A former British soldier recovering from post-traumatic stress disorder is being detained in the United Arab Emirates, a group representing his case has revealed.
Six police officers have shot dead a man they found asleep in his car with a gun on his lap, authorities in California said.
Australia is to reopen a detention camp on Christmas Island after its parliament passed a new law which critics claim will encourage more asylum seekers to arrive by boat.
Accounts filed by retail tycoon Mike Ashley's personal investment firm have revealed a big hit to profits in the year Sports Direct faced outrage over working conditions.
The Academy Awards has announced that the presentations of four Oscars will not be featured live - a move which has not gone down well with many in the industry.
Several people have been killed in a stampede at an election rally for Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari.
The sandwich chain Eat is being put up for sale amid a glut of competition from high street and online delivery rivals.
The Brexit secretary has distanced the government from suggestions MPs could be faced with a delay to Britain's EU exit unless they back Theresa May's deal.
A shopping centre has reinstalled a statue of Michael Jackson after it was removed following numerous complaints it would offend customers.
The M3 was brought to a standstill as two swans - one of which was injured and could not take off - crossed the motorway during rush hour this morning.
Scientists believe a liquid water lake discovered last year beneath Mars' southern ice cap would need an underground volcano to prevent it from freezing over.
Two lawyers tasked with leading Carlos Ghosn's defence against financial misconduct charges in Japan have dramatically left their roles.
Gucci's creative director has apologised after facing backlash over a jumper which "resembled blackface", saying he is sorry for the hurt caused.
The rate of inflation has hit its lowest level in two years, according to official figures showing a strong contribution from the energy price cap.
The enthusiasm to take to the streets of Venezuela to protest against the rule of Nicolas Maduro seems undimmed after four weeks of this so-called rebellion.
A dozen looted artworks, some more than 2,000 years old, have been returned to Italy by Christie's auction house.
Playing violent video games has no link to teenage aggression, new research has found.
A New York City police detective has been killed in a "friendly fire" incident while responding to reports of an armed robbery at a mobile phone shop.
West Indies cricketer Shannon Gabriel has been charged by the international cricketing body over an "inappropriate comment" to England captain Joe Root.
UK-born rapper 21 Savage, who has been held on immigration charges in the US, will be released from custody on Wednesday, his attorney said.
MPs have revealed how they are planning to block Theresa May from taking the UK out the EU without an exit deal.
Budget cuts are putting the police and public at risk as more and more officers are forced to work alone, according to the Police Federation.
Two adverts for cigarette papers have been banned by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) for appealing to under 18s and suggesting that smoking is safe.
A fear of being shamed and confusion over myths surrounding the human papilloma virus (HPV) could be putting women off from going for cervical screenings, experts say.
It is good to set your sights high, but new research suggests today's teenagers are in need of a bit of a reality check.
A father has told a murder trial that he sold cannabis to the teenager accused of murdering his daughter.
Rapper Professor Green has cancelled his UK tour just hours before it was due to begin after fracturing his neck.
The family of an NHS nurse whose cervical cancer was missed several times by medics has called for a full independent inquiry into her care.
A leading business group has claimed firms are being "hung out to dry" as it published a list of 20 key questions that remain unanswered regarding a no-deal Brexit.
The government is being urged to draw up legislation to force lawyers, lobbyists, politicians and others who do work for foreign governments such as Russia to register their activities.
One of the world's most infamous drug kingpins has been found guilty of drug trafficking, money laundering and the use of firearms by a federal court in Brooklyn.
A heavily-pregnant teenager and her husband are understood to be the two burglary suspects killed after their car crashed into a coach in west London.
A former minister is facing a battle to keep his own parliamentary seat after members of his constituency voted unanimously to start selecting a candidate for the next election.
A row over antisemitism in the Labour party prompted an angry split at Tuesday's shadow cabinet meeting, Sky News understands.
The European Union and the United States are working on new sanctions against Russia following the capture of 24 Ukrainian sailors off the coast of Crimea, Sky News has learned.
The World Trade Organisation has told Sky News that Brexit has created "unprecedented" challenges but that the UK could become a prominent voice in shaping the future of world trade.
Brexit is the "acid test" that could show whether the world is heading towards a new era of protectionism, the Bank of England governor has said.
Theresa May has denied she is trying to "run down the clock" on Brexit, as Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn accused the prime minister of "blackmailing" MPs into supporting her "deeply flawed deal".
These are the last known movements of a student who has been missing for nearly two weeks.
The American automotive icon General Motors (GM) is investing millions of pounds in a British technology start-up that is targeting a leading role in the impending revolution in driverless vehicles.
If you're finding stock markets hard to call, or are nervous about how to invest right now, then don't worry.
Coroners are appealing for the public's help to identify the person whose foot washed ashore in Vancouver last year, the 15th to turn up in northwest Canada since 2007.
Struggling Debenhams has netted an additional £40m credit facility as it continues talks with lenders to secure its financial future.
The husband of former US congresswoman Gabby Giffords will run for the US Senate eight years after she survived a shooting.
Russian politicians have voted for tight new internet requirements which could see state authorities exercise powerful controls over web content.
Residents of London flats have said they are "extremely disappointed" after losing their legal fight against Tate Modern.
In the modern era, he would have been Sir Gordon Banks, surely?
Pele has led tributes to World Cup hero Gordon Banks, describing him as a "goalkeeper with magic" and a "fine human being".
Katy Perry has apologised after her shoe line was heavily criticised for evoking racist imagery in the form of blackface.
Sri Lanka is trying to hire two hangmen after bringing back the death penalty for drug traffickers.
A tattooist who calls himself "Dr Evil" has admitted causing grievous bodily harm for "unlawful" body modification procedures he carried out on clients.
It was a busy night for the chefs at the British ambassador's residence in Brussels on Monday night.
Liberty, the famous London department store, is poised to change hands for the first time in nearly a decade after its largest shareholders hired bankers to explore a potential sale.
Joe Root's reaction during a heated incident with Shannon Gabriel has been lauded as "more important than a victory".
Congestion on the UK's roads cost the economy £7.9bn last year - at an average of £1,317 per driver, research has found.
Theresa May has told MPs to "hold our nerve" to force the EU to renegotiate a critical element of the Brexit deal as the clock ticks down to exit day.
Seventeen people were killed and four were injured when a fire engulfed a hotel in New Delhi while most guests were sleeping.
NASA has discovered what it believes may be an enormous impact crater from a meteorite strike hidden under Greenland's ice.
A Conservative MP who incorrectly stated Britain did not get any money from the United States after the Second World War has apologised for "any offence" caused by his claim.
A group of MPs is calling for a review of "smart motorways", with campaigners arguing they are dangerous for both drivers and recovery workers.
More than 27 tonnes of pangolins and their scales - believed to be worth at least £1.6m - have been seized from traffickers by Malaysian authorities on Borneo.
Nissan says it has recognised 9.2bn yen (£64.7m) in costs related to scandal-hit Carlos Ghosn while downgrading its annual profit forecasts.
A BBC cameraman was shoved as he filmed a Donald Trump rally in the US, in what has been described as an "incredibly violent attack".
Smart motorways are to be investigated as part of a wide-ranging review into UK motorway safety.
George Clooney has hit out at media treatment of the Duchess of Sussex, comparing it to that of Princess Diana and saying: "We've seen how that ends."
Ministers were warned that the firm at the centre of a controversial Brexit ferry contract was a "high-risk proposition" before the deal went ahead, a government spending watchdog has said.
Taxi and minicab drivers could have to pass more detailed criminal record checks in a bid to boost passenger safety.
Horse racing in Britain will resume on Wednesday following a six-day shutdown because of an outbreak of equine flu.
MPs have dismissed the Chancellor's claim that there could be a Brexit "deal dividend" for the economy and described his wider goal of balancing the books as having "no credibility".
The former president of the European Council has been called upon by Theresa May as a potential "influencer" to break the Brexit deadlock, sources have told Sky News.
Democrats and Republicans have reached a compromise deal to avoid another US government shutdown.
Google and Facebook should be made to improve trust in the content they host, a review has found.
Refugee footballer Hakeem al-Araibi, whose arrest in Thailand while on honeymoon sparked a global campaign to secure his release, has landed in Australia.
A 43-year-old man has been detained on suspicion of arson after a large fire broke out in a hospital in Tamworth, Staffordshire.
A British teenager has become the youngest person to row solo across any of the world's oceans.
Rapper Big Narstie has said he could have ended up in jail if he hadn't found God.
Bristol Port says it has put aside land to help other major UK ports in the event of disruption caused by a no-deal Brexit.