Bermuda set to become first country in the world to abolish marriage equality, just six months after gay couple Winston Godwin and Greg DeRoche won Supreme Court ruling to marry.
Despite outspending both Russia and China on national security, the US military could lose the next war - new Rand Corporation report claims.
Sophie Warrener, who votes Conservative, posted a tweet about her and her best friend Rose, who votes Labour, to make a point about cross-political friendships.
Tahra Ahmed condemned by Jewish groups for her anti-Semitic conspiracy theories regarding tower block fire which killed 71.
A trackside fire at London Waterloo station has caused major disruption to journeys with South Western Railway (SWR) services cancelled or face delays of up to an hour.
Three-year-old girl and 35-year-old woman also injured in suspicious fire at house in Worsley.
Footage captured in London, UK and Leiden, Netherlands, on 10 December showed similar scenes as passengers were forced to help push buses up snowy inclines.
David Davis has said he doesn't have to "know that much" or be "very clever" to do his job as Brexit Secretary – but that his main role is to simply remain "calm".
Alexandra Burke has been facing a disproportionate amount of hatred from Strictly Come Dancing fans - and it's part of a terrible trend against black women.
The mum-to-be reached out to the photographer on social media, but retracted her offer of a photoshoot after coming across the 21-year-old's post of an LGBT pride flag.
A partially-blind paedophile jailed after walking into a branch of Carphone Warehouse and saying the words 'nude children' to his phone.
Police responding to "pipe bomb" explosion at Port Authority Bus Terminal in Manhattan where suicide bomber detonated explosive vest.
The Thomas Fire grew by 56,000 acres on Sunday and is now just 10 percent contained, down from 15 percent the day before.
"The situation is in a vicious cycle of provocation and confrontation. This is not conducive to regional peace and stability," Chinese foreign ministry spokesman said.
A 400 year-old mass grave has been discovered in connection with the Dutch merchant vessel Batavia, which was shipwrecked near Beacon Island off the west coast of Australia.