A row has erupted after police chiefs warned a new definition of Islamophobia could undermine the fight against terrorism.
A police officer who Tasered a man with autism and mental health issues for a total of 72 seconds used “unnecessary, unreasonable and inappropriate” force, a judge has found.
The US’s top aviation regulator has assured Congress that the Boeing 737 Max, grounded after two deadly accidents, will only return to flying when a government analysis shows that it is safe.
An academic has succeeded where countless cryptographers, linguistics scholars and computer programs have failed – by cracking the code of one of the world’s most mysterious texts, the Voynich manuscript.
WhatsApp has rushed to roll out a security fix after concerns were raised that hackers could inject surveillance software on to phones via the call function.
Abuse victims in Northern Ireland have demanded Karen Bradley’s resignation after she again deferred action on a stalled compensation scheme.
France’s culture minister Franck Riester says that a month after a fire engulfed Notre Dame Cathedral, the edifice is still being made safe enough for its restoration to begin.
A reveller has described how he jumped over a flowerbed and almost trampled on the only Briton to be killed in the London Bridge attack as the terrorists ran amok with bloody knives.
The Northern Ireland Secretary has been accused of treating abuse survivors like “political pawns”.
Democratic presidential candidates are condemning Alabama’s approval of a ban on nearly all abortions, and warning that Republican-controlled legislatures around the country may follow suit.