Rupert Murdoch has hinted he may bring in some 'fashionable clothes' to cover up his traditionally topless Page 3 girls in his Sun newspaper.
A navy mine hunter searching for the Australian World War I submarine AE1, missing for 100 years with 35 bodies on board, has reported "a contact of interest" in the Papua New Guinea search area.
One has the nickname "pit bull", the other had a parody rap song written about him, and both were almost as ubiquitous as the man in the dock.
Barack Obama is in trouble for a comment months back, when he dismissed Islamic State as a ‘JV’ or junior varsity team, as in B-grade high school or college players.
A Twitter account with suspected links to the terrorist organisation the Islamic State has called for the assassination of Twitter employees as retribution for the social networking site's crackdown on ISIL-related accounts.
Atmospheric levels of carbon dioxide are rising at a record rate as fossil fuel consumption increases and the ability of the oceans to absorb the greenhouse gas diminishes, the World Meteorological Organisation said.
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There was no distress message and no sign of any technical fault or pilot error in the crash of flight MH17, according to a preliminary report from crash investigators.
Is the new royal embryo going to be 'the baby that saved Britain'?
Britain's Prince William said on Monday he was "thrilled" that his wife Kate is pregnant with their second child.