Just when you thought 2016 couldn’t get any worse, Dictionary.com has named its word of the year as “xenophobia”. It really is the depressing icing on top of the cake.
Fifa 17 Ultimate Team players are being given the kit and badges of Chapecoense in tribute to the Brazilian team who were aboard a plane which crashed, killing 71 people.
December 5 is the most dangerous day of the year to be on Britain’s roads, according to a new study.
Mars in the UK and Ireland is recalling some bars of Galaxy, Maltesers Teasers, and bags of Minstrels "due to the potential presence of salmonella", the chocolate maker said.
Steve McClaren was not the most successful England manager.
Malta's Azure Window, one of the world's most famous natural landmarks, has collapsed into the sea.
Asda's US owner Walmart is commonly credited or, more accurately, blamed for creating the Black Friday phenomenon.
Pop superstar George Michael’s death at the age of 53 from suspected heart failure is being treated by police as “unexplained but not suspicious”.
Meet the kangaroo who will make you want to pack your bags and book the next flight to Australia.
HMS Duncan has finally set off from Plymouth after “technical issues” meant the warship had to be towed back to land after leaving for NATO duties.