Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump has issued a defiant statement denying he mocked a journalist with a disability.
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A man has been jailed for life for drowning his nine-year-old grandson in the bath, two days before Christmas.
Vladimir Putin and Francois Hollande have said their forces will share more intelligence and co-ordinate strikes against the "mutual enemy" of Islamic State (IS).
Lord Coe has stepped down from his role with Nike amid suggestions of a conflict of interest with his position as head of world athletics.
Spectators have thronged New York City for the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, held under tight security two weeks after the deadly Paris attacks.
Some parts of the UK are set to see snow and strong winds this weekend.
Belgium has lowered the security threat level in Brussels after nearly a week on maximum alert in the wake of the Paris terror attacks.
An early investor in Facebook is poised to invest millions of pounds in CarWow, a UK-based online dealer which has been described as the Expedia for new vehicles.
The Prime Minister was doing well. David Cameron was laying out a much needed strategy for how so called Islamic State might be defeated.
A competition to design and construct London's first pedestrian and cyclists' bridge has been won by Danish firm Bystrup.
Now that David Cameron has publicly laid out his case for launching air strikes in Syria, will the strategy actually help?
Police are searching for four masked men after a 34-year-old man was beaten and bundled into the boot of a BMW in Scotland.
Around 2.6 million working families will be an average of £1,600 a year worse off because of Spending Review cuts, the IFS says.
More than a dozen seal pups have been rescued from beaches in south Wales after becoming stranded during stormy weather.
The rate of car tax avoidance has more than doubled, partly because some buyers of used cars do not realise new rules mean they have to tax the vehicle immediately.
Two engineers have been suspended at Volkswagen's luxury arm Audi, as the German car-maker reveals more about its involvement in an emissions scandal.
Five police forces have carried out raids across northern England aimed at ending a growing feud in the travelling community.
Police are hunting a gang who put a vulnerable woman in hospital after targeting a house with fireworks from a moving car.
A former finance director of British Energy is being lined up as the interim chairman of Urenco, the state-owned uranium enrichment group, as the prospects of an imminent £10bn privatisation
Turkey has refused to apologise for shooting down a Russian fighter jet near the Syrian border, say reports.
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