Former England captain Steven Gerrard has been officially unveiled by LA Galaxy - and pledged to try to follow in the footsteps of David Beckham.
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At least 80 firefighters are battling a huge fire at a pallet yard in east London.
A guide to taking safer selfies has been issued by police in Russia after a growing number of personal portraits ended in death and injury.
The trial of two Burmese men accused of murdering British backpackers Hannah Witheridge from Norfolk and David Miller from Jersey is to begin in Thailand.
Eurozone leaders have offered Greece a final chance to present a credible rescue plan - or face a likely exit from the euro.
The Budget will reveal the timetable for £12bn welfare cuts by 2017/18 has been extended by at least a year, Sky News understands.
George Osborne will announce on Wednesday the relaunch of a Treasury-led body charged with promoting the UK's financial services industry, even as he comes under intense pressure to reform the stru
A strike by London Underground workers is to go ahead after last-ditch talks to prevent the 24-hour walkout broke down without agreement.
Two people have been killed after their small plane collided midair with an F-16 fighter jet in South Carolina.
Australian Olympic great Dawn Fraser has apologised after she was accused of making racist comments about tennis star Nick Kyrgios.
One of the men who died after being struck by lightning on the Brecon Beacons mountains has been named by police.
A City trader accused of rigging a key interest rate on which trillions of dollars of financial deals are based has told a court "no one batted an eyelid" at what he was doing.
An alligator that killed a night swimmer last week has been shot dead by a customer at the Texas marina where the attack occurred.
Official figures show that industrial production is on the rise, while manufacturing has been struggling.
Nearly half of the public support cutting benefits, according to a Sky News survey, as George Osborne prepares to announce £12bn of welfare cuts in his first Conservative Budget.
Some 40 grenades, 180 detonators and an unknown quantity of plastic explosives have been stolen from a French military base.
Los Angeles homicide detectives say they are baffled by the murder of a woman ambushed and killed as she strolled with her boyfriend in Hollywood.
A teenager has been jailed for plotting to join militants in Syria after a court heard he searched the internet for 10 Reasons To Join Islamic State and How To Travel To Syria These Days.
A British man and two Americans have been gored at the annual Running of the Bulls in the northern Spanish city of Pamplona.
The City's top fund manager has increased his bet on Purplebricks, the online estate agent, by backing a private funding round which values the company at more than £100m.
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