'Time for real change': UK Labour makes election pitch
The party's programme of pledges includes nationalisations, a huge investment in public services and corporate reform, which Corbyn insists are "fully costed" and deliverable.
'He's a bit of a freak' - England's Stokes torments New Zealand once again
The honours were even when the New Zealand-born Stokes went to the middle just before tea on day one with England 120 for three.
Pop star Lizzo: America's spicy poster girl of self-love
Lizzo is dominating the concert scene, streaming playlists and social media feeds, seducing legions of fervent fans with her soulful self-love anthems, zesty raps and even the occasional twerk.
Australia skittle Pakistan to seize control at the Gabba
Australia seized the initiative after lunch when they reduced Pakistan from 75 for none to 78 for four, then 94 for five.
Greta Thunberg awarded international children's peace prize
The 16-year-old rose to international prominence last year when she founded the "school strikes for the climate" movement. Tens of thousands of children around the world have now got involved.
Top diplomat implicates Trump in explosive impeachment testimony
Gordon Sondland, the ambassador to the European Union, told lawmakers he followed the president's orders in seeking a 'quid pro quo' deal for Ukraine to investigate Democrat Joe Biden in exchange for a White House summit.
Mourinho pledges 'passion' after being named Spurs boss
The former Chelsea, Real Madrid and Manchester United manager was announced as the new boss at White Hart Lane hours after the Argentine was dismissed on Tuesday evening.
Australian PM denies climate link as smoke chokes Sydney
His comments came after weeks spent refusing to speak about the link between climate change and deadly fires described by the emergency services as unprecedented in number and scale for the early bushfire season.
Democrat debate exposes divides despite united front on Trump
Biden proposes building on the existing Obamacare and adding an public option for health care, and "not make people choose."
Britain's Prince Andrew to 'step back from public duties' after Epstein furore
Queen Elizabeth II's second son has been under pressure since a television interview broadcast Saturday in which he defended his links to the disgraced financier, who was found dead in prison in August.
US judge clears way for defamation case over Musk 'pedo' tweet
Elon Musk called Vernon Unsworth 'pedo guy' after Unsworth, who helped with the rescue, ridiculed Musk's proposal to build a mini-submarine during the crisis as a 'PR stunt'.
Mozambique urged to free 18 monitors arrested during October vote
The 18 were arrested in Gaza province in southern Mozambique as polling was about to open on 15 October after allegations their accreditation was 'false'.
Breakout star Lizzo leads Grammy nominations with 8
The newbies face superstar challengers Ariana Grande and Beyonce along with the soulful R&B artist H.E.R. ahead of music's biggest night on 26 January.
'Let it go': Bell gets Hollywood star, jokes about mugging
Bell, who came to fame on TV teen detective show Veronica Mars and appears in NBC's The Good Place, unveiled her new star alongside fellow honoree Idina Menzel.
Pakistan 16-year-old to make Test debut against Australia
Naseem Shah, who opted to remain on tour after his mother died last week, made the grade for Thursday's first Test after impressing with an eight-over spell against Australia A in Perth.
Ethiopia's Sidama people vote on regional state
People formed long queues at polling stations at dawn, with some 2.3 million people registered to vote.
Australian unis cut ties with Britain's Prince Andrew
Businesses and universities in the United Kingdom have already announced they will no longer associate themselves with the Prince or his charities.
Spurs sack Pochettino amid slump, Mourinho favourite to take over
Mourinho is the favourite to take over with Sky Sports reporting that Spurs could close a deal with the Portuguese, who has been out of work since being sacked by Manchester United 11 months ago, as soon as Wednesday morning.