As President Joe Biden releases an explosive report implicating Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, Sky News talks to filmmaker Bryan Fogel about his new documentary about the killing – The Dissident.
Bomb disposal experts have evacuated 2,600 homes after a suspected unexploded Second World War bomb was found in Exeter.
The UK has reported another 290 coronavirus deaths and 7,434 new cases, while 19.6 million people have now had their first vaccine dose.
A former chief scientific adviser says rolling out the COVID-19 vaccine by age rather than prioritising professions “makes sense”.
Until recently, Andra Day was best known as a singer and especially for her ubiquitous Grammy-nominated track, Rise Up.
Alex Salmond has said he has “no doubt” Nicola Sturgeon broke the ministerial code, but did not call for her resignation.
The son of a British businessman detained in a notorious Indian prison has told Sky News he hopes that Boris Johnson will act to save his father.
Let’s start with the good news. COVID cases are gradually slowing down; they’ve become just another part of a shift for the paramedics in North Wales and the rest of the UK.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has warned that Britain’s public finances will face “enormous strains” in the wake of the latest national lockdown.
As former first minister Alex Salmond waved to photographers on his exit from Holyrood, something else left the building.