A man has been found safe three days after being reported missing following a night-out in Edinburgh.
Psychopaths may give themselves away by showing how well they can lie, new research suggests.
A new antibiotic weapon could help win the war against drug-resistant bacteria responsible for a host of diseases, scientists hope.
German car giant BMW insists it did not "seek or receive" any assurance from the Government on post-Brexit trade before deciding to build a fully electric version of the Mini in the UK.
A man who threw acid in the face of a journalist on the doorstep of his home has been jailed for 10 years.
Furious political leaders in the north of England are pledging to fight for a fair deal on transport cash after the Government scaled back plans in the north while backing billions more for the south.
West Ham joint-chairman David Sullivan believes Javier Hernandez could be one of the best players ever to have signed for the club.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp finally has his full squad to work with after forwards Sadio Mane and Danny Ings joined team training together with returning midfielder Emre Can.
Passenger satisfaction with train operator ScotRail has equalled a record high in an independent survey.
The father of missing RAF gunner Corrie McKeague is reported to have blocked the entrance to a landfill site where police were searching for his son.
Chelsea have sent defender Kenedy home from their pre-season tour following the outrage caused in China by his social media posts, Press Association Sport understands.
School pupils with mental health issues are being "left in limbo" by a lack of specialist staff, according to a children's charity.
Charlie Gard's parents are embroiled in a new High Court fight with doctors over the circumstances of the terminally-ill baby's death.
The number of fatal police shootings in England and Wales has reached the highest level for more than a decade, new figures show.
Two 17-year-olds have been arrested after a set of antique train carriages that featured in the Downton Abbey TV series were vandalised.
Stopping distances in the Highway Code are woefully short because they underestimate drivers' thinking time, road safety campaigners claimed.
The mother of a "perfect" five-year-old boy beaten to death by her then-boyfriend said she hopes the killer is never released from prison.
Swansea have rejected a second bid from Everton for playmaker Gylfi Sigurdsson, Press Association Sport understands.
West Ham have completed the signing of Mexico international Javier Hernandez from Bayer Leverkusen for £16million.
Romelu Lukaku is determined to make history with Manchester United and help Jose Mourinho "rebuild the club".
Metropolitan Police response cars will carry equipment that will help officers to better deal with calls to acid attacks, the force said.
Ancient volcanic deposits strewn across the moon show signs of large amounts of water trapped beneath the lunar surface, say scientists.
Manchester United defender Eric Bailly has received a three-match European ban after he was sent off in May's Europa League semi-final against Celta Vigo.
Internet giants should re-invest some of their "eye-watering" profits into efforts to stamp out child abuse images online, a chief constable has said.
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has come under fresh fire after backing London's multibillion-pound Crossrail 2 scheme days after announcing that rail electrification plans for Wales and northern England are being cut.
A 16-year-old boy has been arrested on suspicion of terror offences as he prepared to leave the UK, police said.
Record rainfall levels have a one in three chance of bringing flooding mayhem to at least one region of England each winter over the next 10 years, scientists have predicted.
New Manchester City signing Benjamin Mendy is confident he is the right man to join the most expensively-assembled defence in history.
Scottish pupils are lagging behind other UK nations when it comes to improvements in reading, a new study has indicated.
More than £45 million is to go to schools in Scotland's most deprived areas to help close the gap in attainment in 2017/18.
Police are growing "increasingly concerned" for a man not seen since a night-out with friends in Edinburgh.
Antonio Conte has revealed the injury suffered by Pedro in Chelsea's pre-season friendly victory over Arsenal is more serious than he thought.