The gruelling contest to replace Nicola Sturgeon as the leader of Scotland's biggest political party will come to an end later when the winner is announced.
Israel's president has called on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to "stop the legislative process immediately" as the PM triggered widespread protests and a national strike by sacking his defence minister for objecting to judicial reforms.
At least 26 people have died after a powerful tornado ripped through several southern US states, destroying buildings and knocking out power.
More than 94,000 prepayment meters were installed in homes in Britain throughout 2022, government figures show.
Rishi Sunak has been accused of rehashing old ideas as he prepares to launch a fresh crackdown on anti-social behaviour.
A buyer has been found for the collapsed Silicon Valley Bank, the bank whose downfall heralded the financial unrest still being felt across the banking world.
Prince Harry has arrived at the High Court as legal proceedings begin in a phone-tapping and privacy case involving Associated Newspapers.
People have been warned to avoid the water and beaches around Poole Harbour after an oil leak led to a major incident alert.
Nitrous oxide - also known as laughing gas or nos - is set to be banned as part of a government crackdown on antisocial behaviour.
Manchester United received a fresh Qatari bid overnight - as the battle to purchase the Premier League giants intensifies.
Crowds slowly take shape as we drive down a long dirt road cutting through Sfax's famed olive groves.
Scotland's new first minister is set to be announced today.
The risks of more severe weather in tornado-ravaged Mississippi "seem to be getting worse and worse", the governor has warned.
TikTok's chief executive has sought to reassure US Congress that the Chinese-owned video app is not "an agent" of Beijing and poses no risk to national security.
The global population could fall to six billion by the end of the century if there is "unprecedented investment" in tackling poverty and inequality, researchers have said.
People aged under 18 in Utah will need the permission of a parent or guardian to use social media such as Instagram, TikTok and Facebook.
A government minister said he "wouldn't pay" Matt Hancock £10,000 after the former health secretary told a fake overseas company looking for MP advisers that this was his daily rate.
"Fire tourists" have been urged to keep away from blazes raging in eastern Spain after wildfire season arrived earlier than expected.
As day breaks in Rolling Fork, Mississippi, the chirping birds in the blue skies above cut through the eerie quiet.
North Korea has fired two test missiles as its neighbour South Korea begins joint military drills with the US.
Children as young as eight are being strip-searched by police officers, according to a report which detailed almost 3,000 searches of minors in England and Wales over four years.