Democratic presidential nomination front runner Hillary Clinton is due to give evidence to Congress over the 2012 attack on the US embassy in Benghazi for the second time. But why now?
Children in a tiny Hasidic Jewish community will not be barred from the classroom because their mothers drive, as their schools back down.
The Prime Minister David Cameron writes to Parliamentary authorities opposing a pay hike for MPs of nearly £7,000, but how does this compare to pay rises for public sector workers?
Women in a Jewish sect in north London have been told not to drive or face having their children barred from school. They are were told that driving would offend “traditional rules of modesty”.
Trade unions representing more than 4.1 million people attack Tory plans to make it more difficult for public sector workers to carry out legal strikes, Kevin Rawlinson and Sahra Ajiba report.
Some of the most powerful men in world football are among those arrested by Swiss authorities. But they are by no means household names. So, who are they?
The whistleblower Edward Snowden is defended by a privacy watchdog as a new report claims his “reckless” actions caused “serious damage” to counter terrorism.
Streets in London were choked with black cabs as drivers protested over claims that the authorities are allowing some minicabs and taxi firms to operate illegally.
More than 1,400 suspects have been investigated by police probing historic child sex abuse allegations against VIPs including politicians, celebrities and people within institutions.
He increased Ukip support in his constituency by 240 per cent and outpolled the party’s deputy leader – but Jack Sen, the party’s former candidate for Lancashire West, is also a “national socialist”.
The Ukip leader Nigel Farage accepts the resignation of his economics spokesman Patrick O’Flynn, whose criticism of him sparked days of party in-fighting.
Nine men have been arrested by detectives investigating last month’s Hatton Garden heist, and officers have recovered much of the jewellery that was stolen, Scotland Yard has said.
The Green party is considering a pledge to scrap all benefits sanctions in its manifesto, which is due to be published next week, according to a source familiar with the draft document.
“Pamela” cares for vulnerable people – she’s done so for 25 years. For the last three-and-a-half, she’s also been on a zero hours contract. This, in her words, is what it’s like.
Margaret Thatcher didnt understand why Irish nationalists in Northern Ireland were seeking more rights and feared that allowing them to express their identity would provoke a British Asian uprising.