Luxembourg's Jean-Claude Juncker is expected to be nominated for the European Commission presidency on Friday (June 27), despite strong opposition from British Prime Minister David Cameron.
Social media giant will introduce changes to its news section despite finding 'no evidence' of political bias.
Cameron also says Britons will soon benefit from low mobile phone roaming charges across the EU.
Complaint launched against Brown University, Dartmouth College and Yale University over 'racial bias'.
The investigation showed dogs thrown against walls as training and cats kept for use as 'bait'.
Tomato Leaf Miner moth devouring valuable crops.
Camel attacks man in Barmer district of Rajasthan in India as temperatures soar during heatwave.
Airbus files patent update to futuristic X3 helicopter that can fly at speeds of 293mph.
The F-Pace is Jaguar's first attempt at an SUV, blending luxury and comfort with sporty and off-road driving.
Mohammed Zaman used cheaper ingredients that contained traces of nuts.
The pre-1990s rape and assault allegations against Bill Clinton were revisited by Donald Trump last week.
SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry scientists reveal top new discoveries of last 12 months.
Even though it was mocked widely, this unusual e-fit has led to an arrest.
Former UK prime minister says he is not sure he understands today's political climate.
Crown prevented from appealing the decision to drop charges against the activists arrested at weapons fair.