Man, 38, is charged with attempted murder, possession of an offensive weapon and assault 'after a stabbing at Forest Hill'
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT Adrian Brown, 38, of Forest Hill, south east London, has been charged with attempted murder, possession of an offensive weapon and assault.
City centre market is evacuated after a suspicious 'beeping' package is found - just 24 hours after police foiled 'a Christmas bomb plot'
Police have closed streets in central Peterborough after a 'beeping' public bin caused a bomb scare.
£250,000 Ferrari 'mounts pavement and ploughs into seven teenagers on their way to a Christmas party while racing a Land Rover' in central London - throwing one boy off a BRIDGE and onto a parked car below
The red sports car is said to have sent at least one of the pedestrians 'flying over the railings' of a bridge just yards from Battersea Dogs Home in Battersea Park Road (pictured), south-west London, this morning.
Six are arrested after police smash ISIS cell planning Xmas shopping bomb plot in Britain as Army explosives teams cordon off streets after dawn raids
Four men from Derby aged 22, 27, 35 and 36, a man, 27, from Burton upon Trent and a woman from London have all been arrested on suspicion of engaging in the preparation of an act of terrorism.
From flames to inferno in seconds: The moment a huge fire engulfs luxury flats on Dubai's artificial island... and miraculously didn't kill anyone
Pictures from the scene have shown flames engulfing part of the Oceania residences high-rise block on the Palm, Dubai, which appears to have started in one of the penthouses.
Man who shot dead ex-NFL star Will Smith in New Orleans road rage incident faces up to 40 years in prison after being convicted of manslaughter
Cardell Hayes, 29, (left) was convicted of manslaughter on Sunday night over the fatal shooting of retired New Orleans Saints defensive leader Will Smith (right) on a busy street in April.
President-Elect Trump 'will name Exxon CEO with close links to Putin as his secretary of state', snubbing Mitt Romney
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump is expected to name the chief executive of Exxon Mobil as America's top diplomat, NBC News reported Saturday.
Shots were fired at police officers in Los Angeles on Sunday night. The shooting occurred in the area of the 99th Street and Hoover Street. It was not immediately clear if anyone was injured.
CCTV footage captures the shocking moment Istanbul is rocked by a double bomb blast outside a football stadium
A short clip of the first blast outside the Vodafone Arena, shows a burst of light before vehicles are covered in debris as a car bomb targeting police causes devastation in the Turkish city.
Bloodbath in Istanbul: Terrorists kill at least 38 and wound another 166 in machine gun and twin bomb attack on Turkish riot police outside major Istanbul soccer match
The attacks, which took place close to the stadium of Istanbul's Besiktas football club, were believed to have been launched by Kurdistan Workers party.
'The king of irreverent critics' AA Gill dies at 62 just three weeks after revealing he was suffering from a 'trucker's gut-buster' of cancer
Restaurant critic AA Gill has died just weeks after announcing he had been diagnosed with cancer. The writer was diagnosed recently after concerns about his rapid weight loss.
American journalist Austin Tice is likely still alive in Syria four years after he was kidnapped by jihadists, senator reveals
Federal officials have 'high confidence' that the American journalist Austin Tice, who disappeared while reporting in Syria in 2012, is still alive in the country.
'Bullied' 14-year-old shot by police after brandishing a knife suffers 'major stroke' in hospital as he recovers from gunshot wound to the chest
Logan Clark, a 14-year-old from Reno, Nevada, who was shot by a police officer after he brandished a knife at his high school, has suffered a 'major stroke' in the hospital, his lawyer said.
Today show co-anchor Savannah Guthrie gives birth to baby boy Charles Max Feldman - and Matt Lauer is among the first to visit
Savannah Guthrie has given birth to her second child, a baby boy named Charles Max Feldman.
Relatives of victims of Glasgow bin lorry crash that killed six are told they CAN'T bring private prosecution against the driver
Relatives took their case for 59-year-old Harry Clarke to face a trial to the Appeal Court in Edinburgh earlier this year. Six people died in the Glasgow bin lorry crash on December 22, 2014.
Six people killed in bomb blast near the pyramids - Islamists strike along road used to transport tourists in Egypt
WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: The explosion rocked a checkpoint at Al Haram street in the Egyptian capital Cairo this morning on a road used to transport tourists near the pyramids.
In the fortnight since the scandal was revealed by Andy Woodward the NPCC said that 83 potential suspects have been identified from 98 football clubs.
Jumpin' Jack Dash! Mick Jagger, 73, catches last-minute 3,500-mile private jet flight to be at the bedside of his ballerina girlfriend, 29, as he becomes a father for the EIGHTH time
Rolling Stones frontman Sir Mick Jagger has become a father again at the age of 73, his publicist said. The singer and 29-year-old ballerina Melanie Hamrick welcomed a son in New York today.
Solomon Islanders escape tsunami warning without major damage after 7.7-magnitude Pacific earthquake hits
A powerful 7.7-magnitude quake struck off the Solomon Islands tonight, but there were no reports of any serious damage.
An emotional Candace Cameron-Bure revealed that she will be leaving The View on Thursday's episode of the program. The news came during the host's first show back after taking time off to film.
A Virgin Atlantic passenger jet flying from Lagos to London Heathrow declared a mid-air medical emergency and landed in Marseille. An ill passenger was met by emergency services at the airport.
Music world pays tribute to Greg Lake of 1970s prog rock icons Emerson, Lake & Palmer after he dies from cancer aged 69
British prog rocker Lake passed away yesterday after a 'long and stubborn battle with cancer', announced his manager Stewart Young.
Doctor who was convicted over the death of a six-year-old Down's Syndrome boy loses appeal challenge over her conviction
Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba, 40, who was found guilty of gross negligence manslaughter over the death of six-year-old Jack Adcock, has lost a Court of Appeal challenge over his conviction.
Search continues in the darkness for survivors of Pakistan plane crash which saw 48 people including pop star killed when they crashed into a remote mountain
A Pakistani plane with 48 people on board has crashed after vanishing this afternoon. A Pakistan International Airlines plane has vanished after taking off from Northern Chitral region.
Mike Ashley is still flying high as ailing Sports Direct buys a £40million private jet and does a make-up deal with the tycoon's daughter despite profits tumbling by 33.5 per cent
The Derbyshire-based retailer’s billionaire owner Mike Ashley has splashed out on a new corporate plane for about £40million to go along with the helicopter it already owns.
Nevada student, 14, who swung a knife at his classmates before being shot by police 'was bullied for days before he snapped and attacked his friends'
The 14-year-old, who has been named locally as Logan Clark, was captured on camera wielding a large blade at fellow students at Procter R. Hug High School in Reno, Nevada.
Petrol bomb with detonator found 'strategically placed' at an electricity substation next to a major hospital in Sydney's west
A lunch-box sized device feared to be an explosive has been removed by bomb squad officers after officials warned it could have taken out the power at a hospital in Sydney's west had it detonated.
Shocking moment knife-wielding student, 14, lunges at terrified Nevada high school classmates before being shot by cops
The campus officer-involved shooting at Procter R. Hug High School in Reno, Nevada, was first reported at around 11.30am, resulting in a ‘code red’ lockdown.
British captive John Cantlie appears gaunt, pale and bearded as he is seen for the first time in six months in new ISIS propaganda video four years after he was captured
The photographer, wearing a black coat, appears thin and pale as he speaks about coalition bombing of the terror group's Iraqi stronghold of Mosul.
#spittingflames: Tragic car owner posted footage of his Ford Fiesta backfiring FLAMES two weeks before he and his girlfriend were mysteriously found dead in the vehicle
Tom Putt, 20, and his girlfriend Nikki Willis (pictured), 23, were discovered unconscious in the vehicle in Chelmsford, Essex, minutes after residents heard a ‘loud bang’.
Army Corps of Engineers said the government SHOULD approve controversial Dakota Access pipeline but was overruled by bureaucrats
A bureaucrat overruled a recommendation by the Army Corps of Engineers which would have allowed construction of the controversial Dakota Access pipeline to go ahead.
Heart breaking images of children being pulled from the wreckage detail the devastating aftermath of 6.4 magnitude earthquake striking off the coast of Indonesia - killing at least 92 people and injuring hundreds more
Heartbreaking images show children's limp and lifeless bodies being pulled from the wreckage in Pidie Jaya, Indonesia which was struck by a 6.4 magnitude earthquake on Wednesday morning.
Man, 55, is arrested on suspicion of 'making racist threats' to Brexit challenge businesswoman Gina Miller
A 55-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of making racial threats against businesswoman Gina Miller, pictured, who is leading a court challenge against the Government's Brexit strategy.
Kiwi criminal due to be deported gets into standoff with police at Sydney Airport after 'threatening to harm himself with a blade'
A New Zealand man being deported from Sydney Airport after committing a criminal offense was involved in a standoff with police after pulling a blade and threatening to hurt himself.
John Place allegedly ran over Poppy Clarke and left her mother, Rachel Clarke, seriously injured in Erdington, Birmingham, on June 6 this year.
Officials rush to change the law on term time 'truants' after father who took his daughter, seven, out of school for Disney World holiday wins High Court battle
Jon Platt, 45, (pictured with fiancee Sally) took his seven-year-old to Disney World last April and argued it was legal because she has an exemplary attendance record.
Former Heisman Trophy winner 'shoots himself': Colorado's Rashaan Salaam, 42, dies in apparent suicide in a Boulder park
Rashaan Salaam, who played for Colorado and was awarded the Heismann Trophy as a junior, was found dead in a Boulder park at the age of 42. Police say there were no signs of foul play.
At least 92 people dead as hundreds more left trapped and injured after 6.4-magnitude earthquake strikes off the coast of Indonesia
At least 92 people have been killed and hundreds more trapped and injured after a 6.4 magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Indonesia. The village continues to search for bodies in the wreckage.
A victory for common sense: 'Marine A' serving life for killing Taliban fighter wins dramatic new appeal after Mail campaign - and may be home for Christmas
An official review has cast doubt on Sergeant Alexander Blackman's conviction for killing a Taliban insurgent and concluded it could be overturned as a miscarriage of justice.
Authorities ramped up the security presence in Los Angeles, California, after a tip from a foreign government warned of a potential bombing at the Universal City commuter rail station.
Friends dedicate 'Fast and Furious' tribute to a car enthusiast and his girlfriend after they were found dead inside a vehicle filled with 'noxious substances'
Computer game shop worker Nikki Willis, who is believed to be in her 20s, was found dead outside her home in Chelmsford, Essex, alongside a man who was believed to have been her boyfriend.
ISIS supporter is guilty of supplying £3,000 in overpaid housing benefits to the Brussels terror suspect dubbed 'The Man in the Hat'
Zakaria Boufassil, 26, was accused of giving money to Mohamed Abrini, suspected of involvement in the Brussels terror attack, after the Moroccan came to the West Midlands.
Trump WANTS the Dakota Access pipeline and will review Obama administration's decision to sideline crude oil project after months of protests
Spokesman for president-elect: 'That's something that we support construction of, and we'll review the full situation once we're in the White House.'
EXCLUSIVE: It’s party time at Standing Rock: Dakota Access protests turn to wild celebrations after the Obama administration caves in and blocks pipeline
Celebrations carried on late into the night at Standing Rock Sioux Reservation on Sunday after the news that the Dakota Access Pipeline would not go ahead.
Grim-faced Ross Harris sentenced to life in prison without parole for leaving his 22-month-old son Cooper to die in a hot car while he sexted other women
WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGES. Justin Ross Harris was sentenced to life in prison without parole a month after a Georgia jury found him guilty of leaving his son Cooper to die in June 2014.
White man, 54, who killed ex-NFL star Joe McKnight did NOT stand over him and shoot, sheriff reveals as he insists department were right to release him without charge
Ronald Gasser, 54, the man who shot dead ex-NFL star Joe McKnight after an altercation at an intersection in New Orleans has been released without charge. It remains under investigation.
Is Europe's Brexit revolution over? Gloating left-wing supporters wave 'Thank God' signs after Far-right candidate LOSES Austrian presidential election which was set to deliver body blow to the EU
Hofer, who often carries a Glock pistol, had hoped to capitalise on the anti-establishment wave credited with delivering Brexit in Britain and sending Donald Trump to the White House.
The announcement of Ben Carson being picked as Housing Secretary by Donald Trump comes as he continues a series of interviews and other deliberations aimed at forming his administration.
Republicans hit out at lame-duck Obama as his administration caves in to protesters and blocks Dakota Access pipeline
House Speaker Paul Ryan took the lead in slamming the Obama administration on Sunday for the Army Corps of Engineers' decision to deny easement for the Dakota Access pipeline.
Oxford student, 22, is found dead in French ski chalet after he suffered cardiac arrest following the first boozy night of notorious varsity trip involving 3,000 students from UK's two elite universities
Matt Smith, 22, a snowboarding instructor, had been taking part in a drinks party at a so-called Varsity event notorious for heavy alcohol consumption in Val Thorens, France.
Victory! Dakota Access protesters WIN as Obama administration BLOCKS oil pipeline that was to be built next to Native American land - kicking off wild celebrations in Standing Rock
The Dakota Access Pipeline will not go ahead at the Standing Rock Indian reservation, it was announced Sunday. The US Army Corps engineers informed tribal elders Sunday afternoon.
Pictured: Twelve victims identified as firefighters recover THIRTY-THREE bodies from Oakland warehouse despite only being able to search just one fifth of the site
Cash Askew, Donna Kellogg, Pete Wadsworth, Barrett Clark, Nex Iuguolo, David Cline, Ara Jo and Travis Hough were all casualties of the blaze at Oakland Ghost Ship fire on Friday night.
Leicestershire Police have launched a joint investigation with the Air Accidents Investigation Branch after the victim was pronounced dead at the scene near the village of Lubenham.
The illegal artist enclave that was a death trap waiting to happen: Oakland warehouse where up to 34 died in fire had NO living or party permits and city attempts to inspect it repeatedly failed
People who had visited the Oakland warehouse gutted by a fire said they knew it was a deathtrap waiting to happen as at least nine people have been confirmed dead and dozens are still missing.
Desperate families and friends of party-goers missing after huge Oakland warehouse blaze killed up to 40 plead for information about the whereabouts of their loved-ones
Families of party-goers missing after a fire destroyed a California warehouse on are desperately pleading for information on the whereabouts of their loved ones.
Vile trolls target Facebook page for relatives of dozens of missing partygoers in Oakland warehouse, calling the victims 'hippies'
Trolls have flooded the Facebook page where relatives are awaiting information about their loved ones, with one repeatedly posting links to songs like 'Hot Stuff' and 'Disco Inferno'.
Oakland fire survivor describes his desperate fight for life inside inferno: Party-goer describes panic as artist enclave filled with smoke in minutes and how he was saved by one hero
A Reddit user who has identified himself as a survivor of the Oakland warehouse fire has detailed how he made it to safety as the building was engulfed in flames late Friday night.
The mystery hero who saved lives at Oakland fire: Hunt for man who stayed by door screaming 'this is the exit!' so that partygoers could find escape
A Reddit user who has identified himself as a survivor of the Oakland fire said he was blindly choking on thick smoke and thought he was going to die before he heard the man's yells and found his way out.
'Road rage' gunman who was let go after shooting dead NFL star Joe McKnight attacked another driver at the SAME intersection ten years ago
Ronald Gasser, the man who admitted to shooting dead ex-NFL star Joe McKnight in a road rage incident, was arrested in 2006 after being involved in another road rage incident, police say.
A man brandishing a gun was seen running into the Asieland agency soon after 6.30pm, and was initially thought to be attempting a robbery.
'I told you, don't you f*** with me': Unarmed former NFL star Joe McKnight shot dead by white man, 54, in a New Orleans road rage attack as he tried to apologize during an altercation
Former NFL player Joe McKnight, 28, was allegedly shot dead by a 54-year-old white man following a road rage incident in Terrytown, New Orleans on Thursday afternoon.
The Liberal Democrat defeat of Zac Goldsmith in Richmond Park proves the case for a SECOND referendum to stop Theresa May 'perverting' Brexit, Tim Farron claims
Sarah Olney secured 49.6% of the vote to inflict a crushing defeat on Zac Goldsmith in yesterday's by-election. The former Tory quit his seat in Parliament in protest at the plan to expand Heathrow.
Driver is rushed to hospital as a double decker bus carrying 350 litres of fuel bursts into flames in the middle of a London street
Smoke started streaming from the double-decker 371 bus as it pulled into a stop in Kingston, south west London at around 9am this morning. Moments later the vehicle was engulfed in flames.
The 64-year-old man, who has not been named, was being kept at Colnbrook Removal Centre, pictured, close to Heathrow Airport. A 32-year-old man, also held at Colnbrook, has been arrested.
'Mad Dog' is unleashed in the White House: Trump selects outspoken retired Marine General James Mattis as his Defense Secretary
President-elect Donald Trump told a crowd of supporters in Ohio that he has selected Marine General James Mattis to be his secretary of defense.
Toddler snatched in a terrifying car theft is found - but unaware of ordeal because he was still ASLEEP inside the stolen vehicle
A three-year-old boy has been found after his family's car was stolen in Perth on Friday afternoon. The young boy was in the car when it was taken at 1.50pm.
'Two words, one finger': Katie Price hits out at the woman who falsely accused her stepfather of rape with series of VERY pointed Instagram posts
In a thinly disguised attack Katie Price (pictured) posted a series of quotes on her instagram account apparently directed at the woman who accused her stepfather Paul Price, 53, of rape.
Southern rail launches High Court bid to BLOCK series of strikes by drivers set to bring chaos over Christmas and the New Year
Govia Thameslink Railway, the parent company of beleaguered Southern, is seeking a High Court injunction in the belief that strikes would breach customers' rights under EU law.
Florida man who took 11 people hostage in a bank 'put his gun to their heads and threatened to kill them' in two-hour ordeal until two hidden hostages created distraction, allowing SWAT team rescue
A hostage situation at a Jacksonville, Florida bank has ended with all 11 hostages (one pictured, with a cop) freed and the suspect in custody, Jacksonville Sheriff's Office has said.
The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh are 'delighted' as granddaughter Zara and her husband Mike Tindall announce they are expecting their second child
Equestrian champion Zara - the Queen's granddaughter - and former England rugby player Tindall are said to be thrilled with the news.
Man who was shot dead by police after 'wielding a double-headed axe in a city centre' is named as a father-of-one, 31, who was on his way to pick up his JobSeekers Allowance
Father-of-one Lewis Skelton, 31, (pictured) died after being shot by police in Hull, East Yorkshire on Tuesday. He has been described as a 'good lad' who 'would do anything for anybody.'
Swiss police carry out house searches as they investigate FIFA's decision to award Germany the 2006 World Cup
The searches were carried out in what was described as the 'German-speaking part of Switzerland' and involves a €6.7million payment made by the German Football Association in 2005.
The Hillsborough survivor who wants to put Labour to the sword: New Ukip leader Paul Nuttall is an ex-Tory vowing to stand up for the English with a hard Brexit that curbs immigration
Paul Nuttall has been elected as Ukip's second leader in 10 weeks, beating Suzanne Evans into second place by a landslide.
Aerial photos show trail of devastation left behind by raging Tennessee wildfires which have left three dead and destroyed more than 100 homes
Devastating Tennessee wildfires in two resort towns have left at least three people dead after the blazes fueled by high-speed winds ripped through Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge.
'It's the apocalypse': Burned out remains of Gatlinburg after thousands flee resort Tennessee towns as massive wildfire destroys homes and hotels and threatens Dollywood
Spreading Tennessee wildfires in the resort towns of Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge have forced people to evacuate as officials say the blaze has caused the area to resemble the 'apocalypse.'
Turkey's EU Affairs Minister, Omer Celik said at least twenty-two other girls were injured in the fire (pictured) in the southern province of Adana.
Man, 31, who was shot by police after 'running round city centre wielding a double-ended axe' dies in hospital
Armed officers from Humberside Police were sent to the scene near a Post Office in Hull, East Yorkshire, shortly after 9.20am following ‘concerns for the safety of the public’.
Brazilian goalkeeper and defender pulled from wreckage of plane that crashed with 81 people on board including Chapecoense side that had drawn comparisons with Leicester after fairytale season
76 people, including players and staff of the Brazilian first division football team Chapecoense, have died when a plane crashed in remote Colombian mountains on Monday night.
Somali refugee ranted about how he was 'sick and tired of seeing my fellow Muslim brothers being killed and tortured' on social media hours before wounding 11 in Ohio State knife and car attack
Abdul Razak Ali Artan has been identified as the assailant behind a stabbing attack at OSU's Columbus campus Monday morning.