The Ecuadorian government has temporarily cut internet access for the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who has been living in its London embassy for four years.
The US President, Barack Obama, has announced plans to dramatically expand a marine reserve off the coast of Hawaii.
One of Britain's most distinguished artists – David Hockney – presents a new series of portraits at the Royal Academy of Arts in London.
Hillary Clinton has claimed victory in the race to become the Democratic Party's candidate for the White House.
The story of how two lost cities of ancient Egypt were rediscovered is being told in a major new exhibition at the British Museum in London.
The Republican frontrunner Donald Trump has defeated Texas senator Ted Cruz to win the Indiana primary.
Leading scientists, including Professor Stephen Hawking, are giving their support to an ambitious project to send a spacecraft to another solar system.
Belgium has begun three days of national mourning and the monarch, King Philippe, called the attacks a cowardly and odious assault.
The United Nations refugee agency is saying a provisional deal, agreed between Turkey and the European Union to stop uncontrolled migration to Europe, would violate international law.
A new study shows that adapting to our world has changed the way horses think because British scientists have discovered that domestic horses can recognise our facial expressions.
Pennsylvania in the United States just had their annual Groundhog Festival at Gobbler's Knob.
The United Nations says the total number of migrants and other refugees crossing by sea to Europe in 2015 has now reached over a million.
The elephant population in Africa is continuing to decline despite an international ban on the trade of ivory tusks.
Elite forces from the US and UK are in Afghanistan's Helmand province to help confront a major Taliban attack.
Scientists at Cambridge University are investigating how plants can give us sustainable energy.