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The airship could be making a come-back with the potential to transport very heavy cargo
UK house price growth slowed in August, according to the latest survey from mortgage provider Nationwide.
Clacton airshow will go ahead as planned on Thursday, despite the fatal crash at Shoreham airshow last weekend.
Why Cajun culture is being washed away
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.
Katarina Johnson-Thompson is one of three British long jumpers to reach the women's final at the World Championships.
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.
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.
Various shows are due to take place over the bank holiday weekend with alterations to their schedules after the Shoreham air crash.
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.
Senior managers from the company which owned the Tianjin warehouse where explosions killed 139 people are among 23 criminally detained, state media says.
Prime Minister David Cameron is "punishing businesses" by trying to fulfil promises to cut immigration, the Institute of Directors says.
A fax sent by the US gunman who killed two fellow journalists on live TV reveals his anger at perceived racism and bullying at work.
Today marks 60 years since the first edition of 'Guinness World Records' was published.