The US National Guard have been called in to Baltimore after a state of emergency was declared as protesters clash with police.
Dozens of isolated villages where hundreds of people have died in Nepal's deadly earthquake have been cut off with no hope of government help.
The search for British survivors caught in the middle of the massive earthquake which hit Nepal has been hampered by damage to communications networks.
The killer behind the Colorado cinema massacre considered a bomb or biological warfare before settling on a shooting so he could inflict more "collateral damage", a court has been told.
The Bali Nine drug smuggling gang - which includes two Australians - are set to be executed later today.
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Bournemouth have all but secured promotion to the Premier League after cruising 3-0 past 10-man Bolton at the Goldsands Stadium.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has admitted he does not know when striker Daniel Sturridge will return and he could miss the rest of the season.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho laughed off the Arsenal crowd's "boring" jibes by reminding the Gunners of their wait for the Premier League title as his side close in on the trophy.
Louis van Gaal says he knew something was wrong with his Man Utd players by watching the warm-up before the 3-0 defeat at Everton.
Former Olympic champion and current reality TV celebrity Bruce Jenner is to star in an "intimate" documentary series about his new life as a woman.
Amy Winehouse's family have condemned a documentary about the singer which is due to be shown at next month's Cannes Film Festival.
Jay Z claims big companies are "spending millions on a smear campaign" against his new music streaming service Tidal.
Zayn Malik could still be in One Direction in a parallel universe, according to physicist Stephen Hawking.
Shots have been fired at two tour buses carrying hip hop star Lil Wayne and his entourage, according to reports.
GDP preliminary figures for the first quarter of 2015 are set to be released, following a raft of disappointing economic data over the first three months that may weigh on the UK's performance for the whole year.
Apple enjoyed a 33% leap in quarterly profits to $13.6bn (£8.9bn) thanks largely to strong iPhone sales in China, the firm said.
Ed Miliband has announced plans to scrap stamp duty on homes worth up to £300,000 for first-time buyers.
Two of the world's biggest investment funds are close to snapping up £1bn stakes in the company that is poised to become Britain's leading mobile communications provider.
The finance group which provides credit cards to TopShop customers has hired bankers to prepare a sale or flotation that could value it at more than £1bn.
A brazen thief stole a bulky ice cream freezer at a Florida petrol station under the nose of a sleeping cashier.
A US high school student has been suspended after strapping a fake bomb to his waist to ask a girl to prom.
A 14-year-old Mexican girl who was grabbed by police while at school and taken to the US by mistake has been returned to her family.
Doctors have discovered an embryonic twin complete with bone, hair and teeth in the brain of a woman having surgery for a suspected tumour.
Rescuers are battling to pluck the remaining climbers on Everest off the mountain before they run out of food and water.