There have been renewed calls for tougher gun laws in the US after two journalists were shot dead live on TV in the US state of Virginia.
Form, fitness, psychology, strategy: Who will prevail as the world's top two sprinters clash again in the world 200m final?
President Obama is to visit New Orleans, as part of commemorations marking ten years since Hurricane Katrina wreaked havoc.
The family of a man who shot dead two US journalists in Virginia have offered condolences to the families of the victims.
A shadow economy has sprung up in a refugee detention centre on the Greek island of Lesbos.
Tata's head of strategy says it would be better for our business if the UK stayed in the European Union.
Thursday's front pages are dominated by the murders of American TV reporter Alison Parker and cameraman Adam Ward. The papers contain some images which viewers may find distressing.
The social network is trialling its own Siri-like digital assistant, but with bold ambitions for customer service.
A woman who helped publish Fifty Shades of Grey but was defrauded out of royalties could receive $10m after a judge's ruling.
Katarina Johnson-Thompson puts the disappointment of the heptathlon behind her to qualify for the long jump final at the World Championships.
The act of "manspreading", or sitting with legs wide apart on public transport, is among 1,000 new words to enter the online Oxford dictionary.
Today marks 60 years since the first edition of 'Guinness World Records' was published.
CCTV footage has been issued of a man lying on the normally electrified rail, "luckily" switched off for engineering works, at a train station.
The Labour hopeful on splits, Corbyn and that welfare row
Europe needs to reconceive migration as a development issue rather than simply a humanitarian problem.
With their respective embassies reopening in London and Tehran, can Iran and the UK forget about decades of mutual mistrust, asks Shaun Ley.
Barack Obama says he's still hoping for tighter gun controls in the US, after the shooting of two journalists on live TV in the state of Virginia.
Sydney's Warragamba Dam spills for the first time since 2013, as resident's south of the city wait to return to their flood-affected homes.
Germany rolls out cap on rent rises
Everton boss Roberto Martinez says John Stones's transfer request will be rejected, as Chelsea reportedly prepare a £40m bid.