Officials say one person was shot and a Chicago police officer was wounded during an incident inside a police facility on the city’s West Side
Crotchless skirts and towel capes... was this Riccardo Tisci’s Burberry swansong?
TV and radio presenter Roman Kemp will host ITV's 90-minute Christmas extravaganza 'Britain Get Singing'.
Washington will operate "undaunted and unafraid" throughout Asia, including the Taiwan Strait, US Vice President Kamala Harris said Wednesday as she addressed American troops in Japan.
Verstappen is on the verge of claiming his second world title at the Singapore Grand Prix this weekend
The previous arrangement drew accusations of renewed ‘Tory sleaze’ from opposition parties.
A union that rejected its deal with the nation’s freight railroads earlier this month now has a new tentative agreement
Most gun deaths do not occur in mass shootings
French former president Nicolas Sarkozy was among the foreign dignitaries who paid tribute to assassinated former prime minister Shinzo Abe at a state funeral on Tuesday.
As a procession of Italian dishes arrives at his table at the Odéon Café by Cipriani, the restaurant in Monaco's tallest building, the Tour Odéon, Daniele Marzocco is recalling the extraordinary events that led his family to flee to the pint-sized Principality when he was a child. His father, Claudio - only 29 at the time, in 1988 - had miraculously escaped being held hostage for two weeks by an Italian mafia gang. Traumatised and fearing for the safety of his wife, Doriana, and their two young
The Home Office has been forced to admit that Albanian asylum seekers will not be fast tracked for deportation.
All four of the occupied areas of Ukraine have voted to join Russia after referendums in the republics and regions, pro-Moscow officials have said. British Foreign Secretary James Cleverly is one of the many western politicians who earlier described the votes in the self-declared republics of Luhansk and Donetsk and the regions of Kherson and Zaporizhzhia as "sham" referendums. It comes after Russia-installed election officials said 93% of the ballots cast in the Zaporizhzhia region were in support of annexation, as were 87% of ballots in the southern Kherson region, 98% in Luhansk and 99% in Donetsk.
Sterling slid to its lowest against the US dollar on record after traders swallowed the impact of the Chancellor’s tax cut plans.
Former Manchester United footballer Gary Neville said he would be 'disappointed' if plans for an independent regulator for football was to be shelved by the Government.
Cubans voted to legalize same-sex marriage and adoption as well as surrogate pregnancies in a referendum over the weekend, the communist country's electoral officials said Monday.
The Director of Public Prosecutions is challenging judges’ refusals to extend custody in two separate criminal cases in Bristol and Manchester
Road verges will be turned into allotments after a council gave residents the green light to help feed people amid the cost of living crisis.
Workers who clean London Underground and other public transport in the capital are to be given free travel, the Mayor has announced. Sadiq Khan said he has asked Transport for London (TfL) to extend free travel on the capital’s public transport for the lowest-paid contract workers, as well as catering and security staff. The move will benefit around 5,000 workers, who were not previously eligible for free travel.
A fire broke out at a derelict former pub in Glasgow.
Two more of the biggest mortgage providers have suspended mortgage deals as the Bank of England signalled it would raise interest rates to rein in inflation after the chancellor's mini-budget. Santander and HSBC withdrew mortgage products on Tuesday as the Bank's chief economist indicated it would hike interest rates to new highs in November and the cost of UK government borrowing rose.