An adult couple and their son have been found with "serious stab wounds" at their home in Stourbridge in the West Midlands.
Charging for disposable coffee cups could help cut their use by up to 300 million a year, new research suggests.
The EU Parliament's chief Brexit negotiator has told Sky News that Britain cannot "abuse" the security of citizens to get a favourable exit deal.
The first line-up poster for Glastonbury 2017 has been revealed, with Katy Perry, The XX and Biffy Clyro among the acts announced.
Lloyd's of London is to shift around 100 jobs to the heart of the EU to limit potential damage to the world's biggest insurance market from Brexit.
Revenge pornography offenders who widely circulate explicit pictures or send them to victims' families will face the toughest penalties under new sentencing proposals.
The process to take power back from Brussels begins today, as the Government sets out its plans to end the dominance of EU law.
England's health watchdog says sugar reduction targets for the food industry intended to tackle the childhood obesity crisis can be met - despite only being voluntary.
Google, Twitter and Facebook will be asked later to explain their positions on extremist content on their platforms and on government access to encrypted communications of the public.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry have stepped up their mental health campaign by commissioning a series of emotional videos they hope will encourage more people to talk.
HS2 derailed after engineering firm CH2M pulls out of £170m deal
An engineering firm has pulled out of a £170m deal to develop a section of the HS2 rail link amid concerns over alleged conflicts of interest.
Search for missing helicopter with five on board focuses on Snowdonia
The search for a helicopter that went missing over the Irish Sea with five people on board is now concentrating on the Snowdonia area.