Two men are charged following the seizure of cocaine worth around £1m.
The US presidential hopeful released a cache of emails from his time as Florida's governor in the interests of transparency. But they included personal details in plain text.
The judge leading the inquiry into historical child sex abuse in England and Wales says she has no links to any person or institution which it might scrutinise.
Samsung is investigating why some of its smart TVs are repeatedly showing a silent Pepsi ad to users of third-party apps.
The Africa Cup of Nations winners will be given houses and cash by Ivory Coast's government.
Egypt's top appeals court overturns death sentences given to 36 members of the Muslim Brotherhood, including its spiritual leader Mohammad Badie.
The European Space Agency (Esa) successfully launches its unmanned mini "spaceplane" demonstrator, the IXV spaceplane.
A US man is arrested over the death of three Muslim students in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, amid speculation over the motive for the killings.
HM Revenue & Customs rejects the idea that it failed to take firm action against UK citizens hiding money in HSBC bank accounts in Switzerland.
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Labour's Harriet Harman kicks off a Labour campaign to attract women voters with a trip in a pink bus
A British firm designs a cricket helmet aimed at preventing another tragic death like the one suffered by Phillip Hughes.
George North is "not happy" Wales have left him out of the team to face Scotland in the Six Nations on medical grounds.
Seven months into a bombing campaign against Islamic State, President Barack Obama has sent Congress a draft authorisation to formally use military force.
Emergency services evacuate five properties as a commercial building catches fire in Newbridge.
Two men are shot and injured at a wedding in Newtownbutler in County Fermanagh.
Anti-theft "kill switch" tools that prevent criminals from being able to use stolen smartphones appear to be cutting the number of phone thefts.
The European Parliament calls for greater sharing of information among security forces to combat terrorism, in the wake of the Paris attacks.
Scotland's first minister Nicola Sturgeon is giving a speech on austerity and public spending in London
A woman drove for almost three miles with just three wheels on her car while more than twice the drink-drive limit, a court hears.