Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary has sparked outrage for suggesting would-be plane bombers are more likely to be Muslim men - and airport security should focus on "where the threat is coming from".
Tyson Fury produced a brutal and brilliant masterclass to batter Deontay Wilder to a seventh-round stoppage, becoming world heavyweight champion again.
South Korea has declared its highest disease alert level as it reported more than 160 new coronavirus cases, bringing the total there to 602.
Around a dozen towns in Italy are in lockdown as the country races to contain the biggest outbreak of coronavirus in Europe after a surge in cases.
A nine-year-old boy who was left suicidal after being bullied because of his dwarfism has had "the best day of his life" as he led out an all-star rugby league team in Australia.
A draft conclusion that the Home Office was "institutionally racist" over its "hostile environment" policy towards migrants has been removed from a delayed report into the Windrush scandal, it has emerged.
A woman has undergone brain surgery while playing the violin to ensure surgeons did not damage the part which controls the fine movement of her hands.
The new environment secretary has dismissed fears that chlorinated chicken and hormone-injected beef could be rolled out in UK supermarkets.
Celebrities and supporters of Julian Assange protested in Parliament Square on Saturday ahead of court hearings over his extradition to the United States.
Britain's new Chancellor Rishi Sunak is facing less financial wriggle room ahead of his first budget after the UK recorded a smaller-than-expected surplus.
Tyson Fury announced that "the king has returned" after he sensationally stopped Deontay Wilder to start his second reign as a world heavyweight champion.
Weather warnings for snow, wind and heavy rain have been issued for the start of the week.
In any profession, there's a line between being a demanding boss and a straight-up bully. The question being asked in Westminster at the moment is - did Priti Patel cross it?
Business magnate Sir Richard Branson has said he does not expect his new luxury cruise line to be hit by any fallout from the coronavirus crisis.
Tyson Fury must now face Anthony Joshua to finally crown an undisputed heavyweight champion, promoter Eddie Hearn says.
Bernie Sanders has won a convincing victory in the Nevada caucuses.
Tyson Fury was bedecked as a king as he was carried through Vegas, a remarkable man so sure of his regal lineage that three of his sons are called Prince. But he knows what it's like to be a pauper, too.
The cast of Friends have finally confirmed they are reuniting for a special episode of the show, 15 years after it ended.
The Canary Islands have been engulfed by an "apocalyptic" sandstorm carrying red dust from the Sahara desert, grounding flights in and out.
Diane Abbott has confirmed she will not remain in the shadow cabinet when the next Labour leader is elected.
Greta Thunberg had stopped talking and eating at the age of 11 before she embarked on her mission to tackle the climate crisis, her mother has revealed.
If you thought flying stallions were purely the stuff of Greek myths and legends, then it's time to think again.
Filming for The Batman is under way in Glasgow, with the Scottish city set to stand in for at least part of the caped crusader's Gotham home.