Two teenagers have been badly injured in separate shark attacks at a popular seaside resort in the United States.
Are today’s trouble-seekers any worse than the wayward stars of yesteryear? Or are we just closer to them than ever before?
Actor Matt Dillon and Refugees International president Michel Gabaudan discuss the ongoing Rohingya refugee crisis
The moment a tractor crashed into an ancient bridge in Bidford-on-Avon has been captured on CCTV footage.
A foot abscess means star American horse California Chrome is "highly likely" to miss Royal Ascot.
One of the victims of child sex abuse in Rotherham has spoken for the first time about how she was abandoned by the authorities.
Milos Raonic recovers from a set down to beat Britain's James Ward in round one of the Aegon Championships.
Andy Murray begins his grass-court campaign at Queen's Club on Tuesday, along with Rafael Nadal and Stan Wawrinka.
A man in his 40s dies after a two-vehicle crash in Newry, County Down.
Jeb Bush is launching his campaign to be the Republican nominee for the 2016 US presidential election in Miami.
A man walking in a national forest in central Florida has captured a rare image of a raccoon appearing to ride on the back of alligator.
The families of victims of a loyalist gun attack have accepted a police apology after the weapon used in the murders was discovered in a museum.
The contact with the Philae probe shows that it is "in good shape", according to the director general of the European Space Agency.
The US seeks to clarify whether an air strike in Libya killed the Islamist militant who ordered a deadly attack on an Algerian gas plant in 2013.
Chinese university places unusual job ad
Nearly half of people have some defences against a wide range of flu strains, researchers suggest.
The area between London and Reading, in Berkshire, has the highest likelihood of a tornado in the UK, according to researchers mapping their location.
Handstands and cartwheels are banned during break times at a primary school after a series of injuries.
The two big beasts of planemaking, Airbus and Boeing, end the first day of the Paris Air Show with total orders for more than 200 civil aircraft.
Misconduct claims brought against five officers in connection with the death of man during a drugs search are found "not proven".