A gifted young scientist has admitted cajoling children and adults into online sex abuse and blackmailing them into performing even more degrading acts.
A 23-year-old exchange student from South Korea fell to her death while posing for a photo.
A 17-year-old girl was sexually assaulted three times in the span of an hour as she walked home from a night out in London, police said.
European Union leaders are set next week to launch preliminary talks without Britain on the outline of the future EU-UK relationship once Britain leaves the bloc in 2019.
The European Union's Brexit negotiator says that little progress was made with the U.K. in a fifth round of talks on the country's departure from the EU in March 2019.
A college of Oxford University banned a student Christian group from appearing at a freshman fair out of fear it would lead to "alienating" students who practice other religions.
When Catalans voted for independence 10 days ago, Scottish independence activist Math Campbell-Sturgess traveled to Spain to observe the voting process, which was marred by thuggish attacks by police trying to shut down the disputed referendum.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is urging the United States to extend the Iran nuclear deal, saying it is "vitally important for regional security."
A Baha'i poet who was jailed for almost a decade in Iran has won a writing award celebrating free speech.
European Council President Donald Tusk says it won't be until at least December until Brexit negotiations move to the next stage, not later this month as Britain was hoping.
Britain's High Court has ruled that the government unlawfully imprisoned victims of torture in immigration detention centers.
Union leaders are pressing the British government to ensure new fighter aircraft are built in the U.K. as they seek to avert job cuts at defense giant BAE Systems.
Prime Minister Theresa May is challenging Britain to "explain or change" racial disparity throughout society, as the government prepares to publish data on how different ethnic groups are treated.
Serial killer John Wayne Gacy's paintings are going up for auction.
A British man who tried to build a bomb from a pressure cooker and Christmas tree lights after becoming radicalized online has been sentenced to at least 15 years in prison.
French police have arrested a dozen people, including a U.K. border officer, in an investigation into a crime group suspected of running drugs and firearms.
Royal Bank of Scotland has removed its own logo from its flagship London office, replacing it with the more locally focused NatWest brand — a sign that the bank has shed its global aspirations once and for all.
David Milne loves the view of the North Sea from his home high above the roiling surf, but he finds his eye often falling onto the golf course next door and, when it does, on the tiny figures below.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is urging the European Union to show "leadership and flexibility" in unblocking Brexit talks, saying the ball is in the bloc's court.
A 47-year-old man arrested after a car rammed into a group of people outside the Natural History Museum in London was released Sunday but still remains "under investigation," authorities said.
London police on Sunday released a 47-year-old man arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving after a car crash outside the Natural History Museum injured 11 people.
British Prime Minister Theresa May says she is "resilient" despite a difficult speech at the Conservative Party conference and growing threats to her leadership.
London police said a car ramming into a crowd outside the Natural History Museum in London was not being treated as a terrorism-related incident.
The Latest on a car that hit pedestrians outside of London's Natural History Museum (all times local): 5:10 p.m.