Images from a school changing room have been discovered at the house of a deputy head teacher who was found dead earlier this month.
Theresa May has outlined new plans to prevent hundreds of young British Muslims from travelling to Iraq and Syria to fight with Islamic State militants.
A British teenage girl has gone missing from home and is feared to be travelling to war-torn Syria, possibly because she has become radicalised.
Real estate agent Beverly Carter, who had been missing since last week, has been found dead in Arkansas, police have said.
Boris Johnson hit out at the Tory party "quitters and splitters" who defected to UKIP - vowing to fight Nigel Farage's party on the beaches of Clacton and Rochester.
A round-up of the latest stories from the world of sport - brought to you from the Sky Sports News HQ.
Youngsters Stevie May and Ryan Gauld have been drafted into the Scotland squad for the first time for the forthcoming European Championship qualifying double-header.
Sky sources understand that Alan Pardew's job as manager of Newcastle United remains safe for the time being.
Lee Westwood hopes one day to captain Europe in the Ryder Cup but not until he has cemented his place as one of the event's all-time greats.
Team Sky have bolstered their climbing ranks by announcing Leopold König, Wout Poels and
Irishman Nicolas Roche as three of five new signings.
Netflix is to make its first entry into feature film production by jointly producing the sequel to the Oscar-winning Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.
Amanda Bynes was arrested on suspicion of driving while under the influence of a drug early on Sunday morning.
Actor and comedian Tracy Morgan was not wearing a seatbelt when the limousine he was travelling in was struck by a Wal-Mart truck in June, it has been claimed in court papers.
Holly Willoughby and her husband Dan Baldwin have announced the birth of their third child - a boy named Chester.
Newlyweds George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin have sealed their vows at a civil ceremony in Venice.
A preliminary finding by the European Commission has found that Ireland provided potentially illegal state aid to tech giant Apple for more than 20 years.
Although Apple has come under the EU microscope over its tax affairs, complex corporate structures have become a common accounting tool for savvy tech firms.
PayPal is to be spun off from online auction site eBay, to become a separate publicly traded company.
Wonga's annual profit has dropped by 53%, after the payday lender came under fire for the tactics it uses to reclaim money from borrowers in default.
The supermarket price war is spreading to the forecourt, with all three of Britain's three leading chains cutting petrol prices.
A suspect who went on the run following a high-speed chase has been tracked down after his "strong cologne" gave away his hiding place.
A man was arrested after he allegedly fled a bank robbery in Denver - but judging from his mugshot he did not seem to mind too much.
A Russian billionaire is planning to build a high-tech hospital in the shape of a giant sailing boat.
If you're going to Bergeron's Restaurant in Louisiana bring your appetite - and your gun.
A postman has been accused of failing to deliver more than 40,000 pieces of mail, some dating to 2005.
A recovery operation to retrieve at least 24 bodies on Japan's second-highest volcano has been halted because of fears of another eruption.
Demonstrators in Hong Kong have set a deadline of Wednesday for the government to respond to demands for reforms, as protests enter a fifth day.
A British backpacker in Thailand was raped by both her killers before she was murdered, police have said.