More than 60% of Greeks have voted 'No' in a crucial bailout referendum that could ultimately decide whether the country ditches the euro.
Germany's deputy chancellor has said new negotiations with Greece are "difficult to imagine" after the No vote in the referendum.
Princess Charlotte has been baptised at an intimate service in Sandringham as the world got its first glimpse of the Cambridges as a family of four.
Two people have died after being struck by lightning while they were on mountains in the Brecon Beacons.
A British man shot three times as he shielded his fiancee in the Tunisian beach attack has told how he came face-to-face with the killer who showed "no emotion".
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Lewis Hamilton won the British GP for the third time on Sunday – eventually – after having to overcome a fast start from both Williams drivers as well as rain showers which struck Silverstone.
Steven Gerrard was introduced to the Los Angeles Galaxy crowd on Saturday as he watched his new side beat Toronto FC 4-0 on Independence Day.
England have secured their first ever win over top-ranked Germany and a third place finish at the Women's World Cup in Canada.
Steph Houghton says England's Women's World Cup campaign in Canada has been an emotional rollercoaster.
Lionel Richie says he's got Glastonbury to thank for bagging his first number one album in the charts in more than two decades.
Diana Douglas, the first wife of Kirk Douglas and mother of Michael Douglas, has died after a battle with cancer at the age of 92.
Billy Joel has married his girlfriend Alexis Roderick in a surprise ceremony at the singer's Long Island estate.
The controversial Confederate flag on the Dukes of Hazzard car will be painted over with an American flag, its owner says.
Police have ended their hunt for the drug dealer who supplied Peaches Geldof with the heroin that killed her.
Big earners living in council houses or flats and paying cheap subsidised rents are to lose the perk in a Budget crackdown this week.
With less than 24 hours until Greece's crucial referendum, the latest tracking data, seen by Sky News, shows a 1% lead for the government-led No campaign.
One of China's fastest-growing conglomerates is in talks to add to its burgeoning collection of western brands with an offer to acquire a stake in Silver Cross, the upmarket British pram-maker.
The Independence Day hot dog eating contest has taken place in the US, but fans have found the result a little hard to swallow.
A burglary suspect broke down in tears in the dock when the judge recognised him as a former schoolmate and said he had been the "best kid" in school.
A North Dakota man's self-penned, two-word obituary has been published in his local newspaper.
Aliens resembling humans must have evolved on other planets, a leading biologist has claimed.
A woman's ankles were broken when a dolphin jumped into her family's boat in southern California.
British haulage officials have told Sky News that people will die if the authorities fail to do more to protect lorry drivers travelling through Calais.