A teenager who went viral after appearing to confront a Native American man has said he was trying to calm tensions rather than increase them.
Thundersnow could make its presence felt in parts of the UK this week as a cold snap bites across the country.
Theresa May is expected to set out plans to axe the Irish backstop from her Brexit deal with the EU, as she shuns efforts to find a cross-party consensus and focuses on winning over the DUP and rebels in her own party.
Donald Trump has offered to extend temporary protection for people brought to the US illegally as children in a bid to end the government shutdown.
Israel's military says its jets have come under missile fire after it attacked Iranian targets in Syria in the early hours of Monday.
Attempts by backbench MPs to delay Britain's EU exit are an "extraordinary and undemocratic thing to do", the former Brexit secretary has said.
A former Royal Marine has used a jet suit he invented to negotiate one of the toughest assault courses in the military.
Jeremy Corbyn risks splitting the Labour Party if he does not back a second referendum, according to one of his MPs.
Picture China's economy and you might be thinking of massive factories, gigantic airports or train stations built from scratch in 24 hours.
West Indies legend Sir Garfield Sobers has praised Shai Hope ahead of the three-match Test series against England but has questioned some of the coaching modern players receive.
Actor Windsor Davies, who starred in the popular sitcom It Ain't Half Hot Mum and two Carry On films, has died at the age of 88.
Millions of EU citizens now have until June 2021 to apply for settled status in the UK, as the post-Brexit registration system opens nationwide.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has further downgraded its global forecast for this year - warning a "no-deal" Brexit could trigger even lower growth.
The Sports Direct tycoon Mike Ashley is in talks to snap up another chunk of Britain's struggling high streets by tabling a bid to rescue HMV from administration.
England's upcoming Test series in the West Indies offers Joe Root's side the opportunity to build up a head of steam ahead of this summer's Ashes, says Ashley Giles.
A Manchester City fan who was mistakenly touted on TV as the next manager of Huddersfield has responded to the mix-up "in good jest".