Former US president Jimmy Carter is recovering after surgery to relieve pressure from brain bleeding linked to recent falls.
Labour has suffered a second cyber attack on its digital platforms within the space of 24 hours, the party said.
A social enterprise that gives out free books to children is receiving support from the public after having its stock decimated by flood water.
Scotland assistant manager Alex Dyer stressed the importance of their final two European Championship qualifiers after Andy Robertson was among three fresh withdrawals.
An alleged serial rapist carried out a string of “shocking and depraved” attacks on women and children, a court has heard.
One of the surviving children of Sarah Barrass and Brandon Machin fears they will also become a murderer “because that’s what mum and Brandon did”.
The flying of drones has been restricted in the vicinity of the Port of Dover because of national security concerns.
A report into alleged Russian interference in British politics should be published without delay, according to Nicola Sturgeon.
The English Football League has opened a formal investigation into Macclesfield’s failure to pay players.
A US fighter plane has become the first military aircraft crash site in the UK to receive protected status – 77 years after it came down during the Second World War.