Scotland's First Minister says the offer will restrict the UK's devolved administrations.
The pair admit hiding 95kg (210lb) of cocaine in a cruise ship cabin in one of Australia's largest seizures.
The chief of staff is among those culled in a major shake-up while the war in Yemen continues.
Scot Peterson was branded a coward by President Trump for not confronting a school gunman.
Farmers will receive money for "public goods", such as investment in sustainable food production.
People posting extreme far-right and Islamist views were contacted in a bid to challenge their views.
Health Minister Steven Brine will face MP's to explain why a vaccines report has yet to be published.
Libyan politicians, the UN, and the EU are pushing for elections despite the country's chaos.
Junaid Ahmed admits he's addicted to selfies - the feeling of getting likes on his pictures is just too "amazing".
Six months after Hurricane Harvey hit Houston, thousands are still rebuilding storm-ravaged homes.
The recently-discovered photo collection reveals scenes of London life in glorious colour.
The official language of fictional Wakanda is isiXhosa - also spoken in parts of South Africa.
Snow falls in parts of the UK and Jeremy Corbyn urges rebel Tories to join him in an alliance over the customs union.
A mum’s moving poem about her son who has Asperger syndrome.
Technology is helping musicians, bands and artists get a bigger share of the revenues from their work.
Toni Harrison was adopted from an orphanage in Vietnam and raised in the UK.
A quarter of players who appeared in the English Football League last season were not drugs tested by UK Anti-Doping.
Every year, on the last Saturday in February at high noon, World Pig commences in Forbus.
Paris St-Germain's Neymar is diagnosed with a fractured metatarsal after being carried off during Sunday's win over Marseille.