One of Britain’s best-loved artists, David Hockney is most famous for his paintings of Californian life.
Tobacco giant Imperial Brands has welcomed US measures to curb teenager access to vaping products, but said further research is needed around plans for an outright ban on menthol cigarettes.
Three men have been arrested after a man was found dead in a house more than two weeks ago.
Shinzo Abe has become the first prime minister of Japan to visit Darwin since the northern Australian city was bombed by Japanese forces in World War II.
The Seattle Seahawks rallied late to beat the Green Bay Packers 27-24 and keep the play-offs within reach.
Police have released footage of the moment a man slices an unsuspecting woman across the bottom during a late night attack in Westminster before casually strolling off.
The US Department of Justice has inadvertently named Julian Assange in a court document which suggests the WikiLeaks founder may have been charged in secret.
Draymond Green’s return to the Golden State side could not prevent the Warriors losing 107-86 to the Houston Rockets.
Virgin Media and EE have been fined a combined £13.3 million by regulator Ofcom for overcharging nearly 500,000 phone and broadband customers who wanted to leave their contracts early.
Prime Minister Theresa May has defiantly insisted she will “see through” her Brexit plan, despite a mounting Tory backlash and challenges to her authority.