Donald Trump has visited the Taj Mahal after promising to boost trade and fight terrorism on his official visit to India.
Anthony Joshua's undisputed world title fight against Tyson Fury "will happen", says promoter Eddie Hearn, who says he will do "everything it takes" to agree a deal.
Home Secretary Priti Patel has dismissed claims that MI5 doesn't trust her and that she bullied her department's most senior civil servant.
A woman has undergone brain surgery while playing the violin to ensure surgeons did not damage the part which controls the fine movement of her hands.
The Auschwitz Memorial has criticised Amazon for its depictions of the Holocaust in its new Prime series Hunters.
Chris Smalling admits he has "an interesting decision to make" - staying with Manchester United or moving to Roma permanently.
Celebrities and supporters of Julian Assange protested in Parliament Square on Saturday ahead of court hearings over his extradition to the United States.
Wuhan may seem a long way from the West Midlands but in global supply chains it is a short hop from China to Rowley Regis near Birmingham, home of Cube Precision Engineering.
The actress Rose McGowan has said Harvey Weinstein will finally know how it feels to have "power wrapped around his neck" after he was convicted of rape and sexual assault.
The Cabinet Office is looking for a civil servant to oversee HR policy for ministers' advisers, amid reported concerns about their treatment by Number 10.
A seventh person has died from coronavirus in Italy, according to media reports, as the total number of cases in the country soars to more than 200.
Sir Keir Starmer has told Sky News that he is not being "presumptuous" in the race for the Labour leadership - and has not talked to anyone about jobs in the shadow cabinet.
Changes to the guidelines for coaches of primary school children advising them not to include heading in their training are not intended as a blanket ban, says Les Howie, head of grassroots coaching at the FA.
Footage of Manchester Arena bomber Salman Abedi scoping out the venue during a Take That concert, days before his suicide attack killed 22 people, has been shown to a jury.
Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein could face more than 25 years in jail after being found guilty of two charges in his sexual assault trial.
The government should use this year's anniversary of the end of the Second World War in Europe to reflect "on a time when Britain did not flinch" when it comes to the ongoing crisis in Syria.
The new chancellor will have to raise taxes if the government's plan to "level up" the country is to be financially responsible, according to a study.
If you thought flying stallions were purely the stuff of Greek myths and legends, then it's time to think again.
The FTSE 100 has recorded its biggest one-day fall in four years as growing fears about the coronavirus prompted a global stock market sell off.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is ready to begin trade talks with the US within the coming fortnight, according to a report.
Families affected by flooding have "lost literally every single thing they had", an MP has revealed as he made an impassioned plea for greater government help.
Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary has sparked outrage for suggesting would-be plane bombers are more likely to be Muslim men - and airport security should focus on "where the threat is coming from".
Four men have been jailed after smuggling 29 Vietnamese people into Britain on a yacht.