A common antidepressant does little to relieve symptoms of depression but is effective at cutting anxiety, researchers say.
Baby girls whose mothers smoke during pregnancy may face fertility issues later in life, scientists say.
People who are vitamin D deficient have a significantly increased risk of death than those with a healthy amount, new research suggests.
Probiotic supplements may help obese children lose weight, a new study suggests.
North America’s skies are lonelier and quieter as nearly three billion fewer wild birds soar in the air than in 1970, a comprehensive study shows.
An enormous butterfly sculpture made from wood and recycled metal will be featured in the Duchess of Cambridge’s “Back to Nature” garden after its 12-year-old designer won a Blue Peter competition.
Officials in Houston say there have been more than 1,000 rescues and evacuations because of rising waters caused by the remnants of Tropical Depression Imelda.
Jeremy Corbyn has said the prospect of becoming the next prime minister daunts him, but insisted he is “utterly determined” to carry out his policies in government.
Jean-Claude Juncker has insisted that “we can have a deal” on Brexit before the Halloween deadline.
“Hopeless” Boris Johnson has said he repeatedly crashes drones after trying his hand as a drone pilot alongside troops from the British Army.
A Russian movie stunt organiser accused of strangling his ex-girlfriend and burying her body has told a court how they split over the death of their pet Rottweiler.
The FTSE 100 managed to recover most of the value lost in the first half of the week due to the drone attack on two oil facilities in Saudi Arabia.
A lack of Google’s core apps on Huawei’s latest handset runs the risk of putting potential buyers off, industry experts have warned.
Dublin High Court has ruled in favour of the Irish government after a group of climate activists challenged its plan to tackle climate change.
A mural created by Banksy in the wake of climate protests in London has been cleaned and preserved by the local council after it fell into disrepair.
Irish premier Leo Varadkar says he will try to get a deal on Brexit when he meets Boris Johnson in New York next week.
A “loner” student convicted of making guns using a 3D printer in what is thought to be a UK legal first has been jailed.
A Premier League footballer was blackmailed after being filmed in a hotel room with a woman who was not his partner, a court has heard.
An alleged conman faked his way to a multimillion-pound National Lottery win with the help of a Camelot employee who went on to kill himself, a court has heard.
Justin Trudeau’s campaign has moved to contain a growing scandal after a yearbook photo surfaced of the Canadian Prime Minister in “brownface” make-up at a 2001 Arabian Nights costume party and two other similar incidents came to light.
An 81-year-old woman who fought off a pregnant mugger has said her attacker “picked the wrong one”.
Alcohol-producing microbes that live in the gut may cause liver damage – even in people who do not drink, research suggests.
Home-sharing company Airbnb has said it plans to go public in 2020.
A man accused of the murder of Pc Andrew Harper has had the charge against him dropped.
Girl Scout Jodie Chesney was stabbed to death by drug dealers after her friend bought cannabis from a rival rather than their new batch dubbed “Pineapple Express”, a court has heard.
Diageo, the world’s biggest spirits company, warned investors that it is “not immune” to global trade tensions as it hailed a good start to the new financial year.
Huawei has launched its latest flagship smartphone but made little mention of the issues faced by a US trade ban restricting it from pre-installing Google apps.
An alleged conman conspired with a Camelot employee to fake his way to a multimillion-pound National Lottery win more than a decade ago, a court has heard.
Brexit negotiators need to dial down the “megaphone diplomacy and triumphalism” and focus on securing an agreement that will protect livelihoods, the leader of Ireland’s main opposition party has said.
Detectives have reopened their investigation into the murder of a 17-year-old girl who went missing on her way home from a nightclub 20 years ago.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are reported to be in Rome, ready to attend the wedding of Meghan’s friend Misha Nonoo.
City Pub Group saw shares slump after it said it was “reining in” expansion plans due to Brexit and the potential impact of a no deal.
Eight migrants, including a child, have been detained in a Kent village.
Boris Johnson has said he is “cautiously optimistic” about the prospects of a new Brexit deal but there is growing impatience among EU leaders who are demanding “concrete” proposals from the British side.
The Duchess of Cambridge has spoken about how Prince George is growing up fast, as she visited an innovative service supporting young parents.
Right-wing extremism is the fastest growing terrorist threat in the UK – with supporters seeking to mimic jihadist attacks, police have said.
David Cameron left This Morning hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby giggling after mistakenly saying he “shat” at the television during the EU referendum campaign.
The Queen has made a private donation to the British Red Cross Disaster Fund in the wake of the devastation caused by Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas.
Tougher rail performance measurements show fewer than two-thirds of scheduled stops at stations were made “on time” during the 12 months to the end of June.
Students, workers and campaigners are gearing up for what could be the largest climate protests in history with thousands of events around the world.
A Belgian F-16 fighter jet has crashed in western France, damaging a house and setting a field ablaze.
Debenhams’ rescue deal with landlords to cut rents and close 50 stores is legal, a judge has ruled.
Iran’s foreign minister has warned that any attack on his country over a drone and missile strike on Saudi Arabia’s oil industry will result in “all-out war”, further increasing tensions across the Persian Gulf.
The new Call Of Duty game made exclusively for mobile devices will be launched in the UK on October 1, the game’s publisher Activision has confirmed.
Boris Johnson has been meeting military chiefs in Downing Street to ensure the armed forces are “match fit” in the face of any threat to the UK.
The Bank of England kept interest rates on hold at 0.75% and warned “entrenched” Brexit uncertainty risks damaging the economy further.
The Prime Minister will not be bound by an “artificial deadline” to produce formal written proposals to resolve the Brexit deadlock, the Government has said.
The Irish deputy leader has poured cold water on reports that the British Government is getting close to a deal with EU negotiators.
A record number of people took Class A drugs in the last year amid a rise in the use of cocaine and ecstasy, according to official figures.
A British artist is opening an upscale delicatessen with a twist – each of the 30,000 items for sale is made of felt.