The First Minister entered a major transatlantic row to condemn American leaks of evidence from the Manchester bombing.
Theresa May has pledged to block another independence referendum “until the Brexit process has played out”.
The global cyber-attack penetrated 1,500 computers at NHS Scotland, the Scottish Government has said.
An SNP candidate in Perthshire is being probed by the Law Society over allegations of professional misconduct.
Nicola Sturgeon has told the Liberal Democrats not to “flatter themselves” by painting her trip to Fife as a panicked reaction to their Scottish “fightback”.
The Greens will not be contesting Westminster seats in Dundee and Angus, its local group has said.
Pupil performance in basic skills like reading and writing has slumped in Scotland, “shameful” figures reveal.
The man in charge of regulating UK airspace has refused to pull the plug on Edinburgh Airport’s “flawed” bid for new flight paths.
Scotland’s most senior civil servant has been asked to investigate an £8.4m pledge for Glasgow amid claims it was timed to sway voters.
Headteachers are not being given the control over school spending they were promised, a Tory MSP has claimed.