Four teenage climate-change protesters threatened with arrest in video
‘I am giving you one last opportunity to leave now, or you get arrested,’ 13-year-old Mia is told
Sky News' Boulton accuses climate protesters of 'fascistic disruption'
Boulton - who claims he has not voted since 1979, apparently on the basis of perceived impartiality - accused of using interview to push his own opinions
Pete Buttigieg anti-gay protestors have arrived on the campaign trail
The mayor's response to hecklers at his events have received more attention than the bizarre protests against him
Passengers flee onto the wing after plane catches fire in Russia
The airline said the fire was ‘an ordinary situation’
Family on brink of homelessness after losing UK status over tax error
‘We came to this country legally. I contributed to the economy for years. My kids were born here – yet we have no rights,’ says father-of-three after tax amendment forced his family into one room
Ukip leader storms out of interview after question over rape tweet
Ukip leader Gerard Batten stormed out of an interview with Sky News as he continued to defend candidate Carl Benjamin's 2016 tweet to MP Jess Phillips stating that he “wouldn’t even rape" her. The party leader previously called the comments 'satire'.
Nine major banks subpoenaed in probe into Trump’s finances
Top Democrats say they are looking 'into allegations of potential foreign influence on the US political process'
What is the blood moon and how can you see it?
Science correspondent Josh Gabbatiss explains the phenomenon that won't be visible again until 2021
Video explainer: How the Acosta video was doctored
The question of who edited the footage remains a mystery