The two leaders of a crime ring that plundered Rome city coffers have been convicted in one of Italy's biggest corruption trials.
After his friend Chris Cornell died two months ago, Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington wrote a letter thanking him for inspiring him and hoping he would find peace in "the next life."
Belongings on show will include her school lunch box, ballet shoes and cassette tapes.
Research on British drivers appears to show a link between a driver’s qualifications, IQ and professional standing and their chances of passing their driving test first time (file pic).
LNP politician Tim Mander has apologised for questioning the "gender imbalance" in a government board which has more women than men.
Australia coach Matthew Mott admits he and his side will face some tough questions after crashing out of the Women's Cricket World Cup.
The mother of an American college student arrested in central China following an altercation with a taxi driver five weeks earlier said police are demanding the equivalent of a $7,400 "ransom" for his release
Jude Sparks had discovered the fossilised skull of a stegomastodon, missing only a tusk.
BJP nominee Ram Nath Kovind's win as President-elect is an indicator of the changed political map with the saffron party and its allies picking up two-thirds of the vote.
A group of far-right activists soon to set sail on the Mediterranean to 'turn back the boats' say they shouldn't be judged on youthful links to extremist and neo-Nazi groups, because they've grown out of it.
For President Donald Trump, loyalty in Washington is a one-way street.
The quake, which struck at 1:31 a.m local time. (2231 GMT on Thursday), was located off the southwestern coastal city of Marmaris.
With a tweet and very little else by way of detail, entrepreneur Elon Musk has raised the prospect of building the world's longest tunnel for an ultra-high-speed train line to connect New York to Washington.
As Buckingham Palace prepares for tomorrow's summer opening to the public, this year's special exhibition has been given over to a selection of the gifts which the Queen has received on her travels.
A man has been slashed on the wrist with a bladed weapon in Tuart Hill by a group of men who then stole his ute after earlier crashing into it.
The revolving door in Whitehall in which former ministers and top-ranking civil servants take lucrative private-sector jobs has been spinning faster than ever.
Australia's Matthew Ebden's Rhode Island run has continued after the qualifier advanced to the semi-finals of the Hall of Fame Tennis Championships.
Packs of scrambled, poached and even ready-made fried eggs are also being made on production lines and supplied frozen to pubs and restaurants.