Theresa May will vow to end the "absurdity" of EU nationals seeking asylum in the UK as she addresses the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester today.
A police officer knocked down and killed by a stolen pick-up truck "didn't stand a chance", his chief constable has said.
An American Airlines pilot has died on board an overnight flight from Phoenix to Boston.
An 11-year-old boy has been charged with murder after he allegedly shot dead his eight-year-old neighbour and schoolmate over a puppy.
A British tourist who fell to her death from a cliff ledge in Australia was preparing to take a photo at the time of the tragedy.
A round-up of the latest stories from the world of sport - brought to you from the Sky Sports News HQ.
Liverpool have contacted representatives of Jurgen Klopp and Carlo Ancelotti as the search begins for the club's new manager, Sky sources understand.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has been told by the club he continues to be right man to turn the club around.
Louis van Gaal has admitted he has no answers as he called Manchester United's display at Arsenal the worst of his reign.
Footballer Ched Evans has had his rape conviction referred to the Court of Appeal by the Criminal Cases Review Commission.
Thousands of festival goers were left disappointed after Glastonbury tickets sold out in just over half an hour.
The final official trailer for the 24th James Bond adventure, Spectre, has been released - with just over three weeks left to go until the film hits cinemas.
Jeremy Clarkson has borne the brunt of a series of gags during his appearance on Have I Got News For You - his first time on the BBC since he left Top Gear.
Anne Hathaway believes Hollywood is "embarrassed" by sexism in the film industry.
British actor Gary Oldman has agreed to pay his fourth wife, singer Alexandra Edenborough, $3.3m (£2.2m) as part of their divorce settlement.
Treasury sources say 62,500 people have expressed interest in registering for Lloyds Banking Group shares after the Government announced at least £2bn worth of shares would be offered to the public.
England has become the last nation in the UK to introduce charges for plastic bags, in a bid to protect wildlife and reduce littering on the streets.
The new charge on plastic bags in England has been planned for several months, yet the 5p levy is still expected to take thousands of shoppers by surprise.
The Chancellor has announced a radical devolution of business rates to local councils as the centrepiece of his speech to the Conservative Party conference in Manchester.
Jack Dorsey has said he wants Twitter "to exceed the world's expectations" for the US tech company as he was confirmed as its chief executive officer for a second stint.
A pet dog has chased away three bears who wandered into a back garden in Monrovia, California.
The remains of a woolly mammoth that lived about 12-15,000 years ago have been recovered after it was found by a farmer in a field in Michigan.
Wild ponies on Dartmoor are to be daubed with reflective paint to cut the number killed by cars every year.
A sheriff's deputy was trapped in his car by thousands of angry honey bees after a lorry full of hives overturned on an Oklahoma motorway.
A leopard searching for a drink got its head stuck in a metal pot after exploring a village in the north of India.
NATO has called on Russia to stop its attacks on the Syrian opposition and civilians - and says the country should focus its efforts on fighting Islamic State.
Oscar Pistorius' release from prison - where he is serving time for killing his girlfriend - has been delayed and he has been told he must have psychotherapy.
The top commander of US and coalition forces has said Afghan troops requested an airstrike which hit a hospital in Kunduz, killing 22 people.
Syria's antiquities chief has told Sky News the ancient city of Palmyra "will be totally gone in three to four months".
In four years of civil war, and with Islamic State militants controlling large parts of the country, more than 900 monuments and archeological sites have been looted, damaged or destroyed.