A Canadian man has received a pardon from a luxury hotel after hungry seagulls damaged his room.
Porton Down says it is not its job to say where the substance used to poison a Russian ex-spy came from.
WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder says he is "ready to come to the UK" for a unification fight with WBO, WBA and IBF title holder Anthony Joshua.
Four members of a family from Bristol have been killed in a car crash in Florida, police say.
Nigerian beggar John Ogah tackled a cleaver-wielding robber with his bare hands; the Pope has now baptised him.
Patrick Kielty says his family rejected an IRA offer of "revenge" for his father's murder by loyalist paramilitaries in 1988.
Wang Mingqing and his wife Liu Dengying had looked for Qifeng since she disappeared aged three in 1994.
Shares in the Swedish music streaming firm open at $165.90 on the New York Stock Exchange.
Four-times Masters winner Tiger Woods will play alongside England's Tommy Fleetwood in Thursday's first round, with Rory McIlroy and Justin Rose among the later starters.
Of 44 police forces in England and Wales, only seven had a gender pay gap in single figures.
Saudi's crown prince acknowledges Israelis have a right to their own land, in a notable public move.
A police force probably wasn't smiling after its mock-up of a suspect attracted widespread derision.
Almost 15,000 flights could be delayed after a failure in Europe's air traffic co-ordination system.
Prince Philip is due to undergo planned surgery on his hip, Buckingham Palace says.
Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero is ruled out of Wednesday's Champions League quarter-final first leg at Liverpool with a knee injury.
Statistics show that New York still appears to be more violent than London.
Captain Tim Paine says Australia must improve their "behaviour" after they are thumped by South Africa to lose the controversial series 3-1.
Snapchat users will also now be able to use the '@' sign to tag others.
MP Nadine Dorries talks about why female politicians turn down Have I Got News For You.
The Department of Social Services (DSS) in Rapid City is hosting a special art exhibit in partnership with the Rapid City Arts council at the Dahl Arts Center.