Traffic was held following the crash between Junction 22 for Burnham-on-Sea and Junction 23 for Bridgewater.
Rishi Sunak has revealed plans for a policy change that could potentially delay significant government pledges towards achieving net-zero emissions, a move that has sparked strong criticism from both Labour and Conservative members of parliament, as well as environmental organisations.
Elon Musk has suggested that all users of X, previously called Twitter, may have to pay to access the platform due to the high amount of bots and fake accounts.
The M62 has closed in both directions due to a fatal collision near Manchester, which resulted in the death of a man. Long delays and gridlock on the M62 will disrupt transport until 2 p.m.
The US and Iran prisoner exchange will free $6 billion in Iranian oil revenue held in South Korea, with both countries discussing a possible arrangement that would seek to place some limitations on Iran's expanding nuclear program.
Singapore, one of the most expensive countries to live in, hit a record-low birth rate in 2022 after years of consistent decline, and the government introduced new benefits to couples who are starting families.
Hundreds of great minds gathered at the CogX (CognitionX) Festival, the world's biggest AI and transformational technology festival, last week from 12 to 14 September.
Accompanied by his military and senior government officials, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un arrived in Russia on Tuesday to meet with President Vladimir Putin, initiating concerns regarding a potential arms deal for the Ukraine conflict.
Apple will be releasing four versions of the new iPhone 15 in the biggest event for Apple this year, with rumours about a new charging port, design changes and a higher cost.
Home Secretary Suella Braverman is seeking "urgent advice" on banning "lethal" American XL bully dogs following a horrific attack on a young girl in Bordesley Green, Birmingham.
Modern DNA technology identified two more victims of the 9/11 World Trade Centre attacks. New York City officials have identified a man and a woman, but their names are being withheld.
Republican Senate leader Mitch McConnell, who is now 81, says he will finish his term in response to concerns about his fitness to stay in the Senate amid his recent freeze-up during a news conference in Washington, DC.
Two of the world's largest paper and packaging producers are in discussion to merge into a combined entity named Smurfit WestRock, with its global headquarters in Dublin, Ireland.
Eight people died due to fierce storms and floods that battered Greece, Turkey and Bulgaria this Tuesday. The strong current swept cars and other vehicles into the sea, and the floods turned the roads into rivers.
Labour leader Keir Starmer has appointed Angela Rayner as shadow levelling up secretary in place of Lisa Nandy, who was demoted to covering the international development brief.
Mobile users have been frustrated at the recent technical issue between EE and Vodafone which has rendered customers unable to make or receive calls between the two networks.