So this was the most unusual election campaign most of us can remember – for a start, it’s the middle of winter.
Billionaire businessman Elon Musk says his ‘faith in humanity is restored’ after he won a defamation case.
The knife attack in London on Friday left two former Cambridge students dead.
Can we pay someone else to take responsibility for our carbon emissions?
Ever since Britain voted for Brexit in 2016, there’s been talk of a “constitutional crisis”, but what actually is the constitution?
As expected, the bill to block a no-deal Brexit went through the Commons tonight, but there was an unexpected amendment and Boris Johnson reaffirmed that he wants a general election on October 15th.
Tomorrow, the long-distance swimmer Ben Lecomte will complete an epic journey across the so-called Great Pacific Garbage Patch, one of the most polluted stretches of sea on the planet.
Bury and Bolton share nearly 300 years of footballing history between them, but now that could all be over.
The FBI has opened a formal investigation into the death of the US financier Jeffrey Epstein, who’s thought to have taken his own life while being held on sex trafficking charges.
The Premier League season means a chance for some of the world’s richest clubs to spend a huge amount of money once again.
Scientists have been looking into how to deter seagulls.
Prime Minister Johnson may have promised more police officers and an increase in stop and search, but for hundreds of young people who took to the streets in east London today, the focus has to be on community action.
The main act at today’s London Pride was the Broadway sensation and television star Billy Porter.
It’s been quite the journey for Hackney-born musician Labrinth – who first found fame at the age of 21.
Hundreds of climate change activists in Germany have temporarily occupied an open-cast coalmine in protest over the use of fossil fuels.