A 24-year-old man has been charged with planning to supply firearms, ammunition and drugs after police arrested hundreds of suspected criminals.
A full list of the countries exempt from England's coronavirus travel quarantine has been released by the government.
The UK is poised to end the use of Huawei technology in its 5G network as soon as this year over security concerns.
Formula 1's drivers will take a collective stand against racism - and have the opportunity to take a knee on the grid - ahead of Sunday's season-opening Austrian GP, as the sport calls for an end to all forms of discrimination.
The widow of a community pharmacist who died from COVID-19 has spoken of the heartbreak of not being able to see her husband before he passed away.
Kanye West has announced he is running for US president - and he has already won the backing of billionaire Elon Musk.
Nigel Farage appears to have broken the UK's quarantine rules after posting a photo in a pub at midday today - less than two weeks after returning from the US.
The world has seen a record rise in coronavirus cases over a 24-hour period, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has said.
A closely-watched gauge of business activity has pointed to a levelling off following the coronavirus slump but a continuing surge in unemployment.
A range of sports, including football, cricket and rugby union, came together to celebrate the NHS and key workers on the organisation's 72nd birthday this weekend.
Police have arrested hundreds of suspected top-tier criminals involved in murder, gun smuggling and drug trafficking after infiltrating their encrypted phone system.
A further 27,000 excess deaths are "likely" between now and next April under the current approach to tackling the coronavirus pandemic, a former government chief scientific adviser says.
Donald Trump has claimed 99% of coronavirus cases are "totally harmless" after a surge of infections in the US.
"Welcome to church," the pastor proclaims and a round of applause erupts.
Boris Johnson has joined people across the UK in clapping to pay tribute to NHS staff on the health service's 72nd anniversary.
People have been flocking to pubs in their thousands - with some apparently flouting social distancing guidelines - as England's most significant relaxation of lockdown rules so far came into force.
Deborah Haynes has travelled to war zones and interviewed prime ministers, but this week Sky's foreign affairs editor also gave us a glimpse into the juggle faced by many working parents during lockdown.
The WBC have confirmed that Tyson Fury's world-title fight with Dillian Whyte 'could happen' this year if Deontay Wilder decides not to challenge for the WBC belt.
Tesla has denied firing employees who chose to stay at home during the coronavirus pandemic, contrary to media reports.
A former British spy chief says he wants a more open debate on the origin of the coronavirus pandemic and warns against dismissing as conspiracy the idea that it might have come from a laboratory.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has proved he is something of a pop culture expert by quoting Mean Girls in his coronavirus news conference.
Dom Bess has been named as England's sole spinner in a 13-man squad for the first #raisethebat Test against West Indies at The Ageas Bowl.
Organised crime bosses are scared of a "sophisticated and relentless" elite police squad, recovered messages have shown.
We were shouted at for wearing masks when we turned up outside Houston City Hall.
Lewis Hamilton and most of Formula One's 20 drivers took a knee on the starting grid before the season-opening Austrian Grand Prix, although six chose not to join in.
Pubs in England will be allowed to open from 6am today as punters prepare to order their first pint in more than three months.
Nine inner-city tower blocks, home to 3,000 people, have been placed in "hard lockdown" after a surge in coronavirus infections in Melbourne, Australia.
In the inky darkness, a tiny body wiggles in the sand.
Major sporting events, as well as TV and film productions, are to be given an exemption from the UK's 14-day coronavirus travel quarantine.
A day after coronavirus lockdown restrictions were eased in England, how should the government respond to the economic crisis? And could the UK do business with Kanye West in the White House?
At least 34 people have been confirmed or presumed dead after flooding in southern Japan.
A social media celebrity, who flaunted his opulent lifestyle to millions of followers on Instagram, has appeared in court in the US charged with running a global scam which allegedly targeted a Premier League club.
One of Britain's oldest regional newspaper groups has put itself up for sale as it races to find new investors willing to plug a funding deficit exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic’s disastrous impact on industry-wide advertising revenues.
There are "quite significant concerns" about employment practices within clothing factories in freshly locked-down Leicester, the health secretary has told Sky News.