Artificial Intelligence (AI) could have the power to be behind advances that "kill many humans" in just two years' time, Rishi Sunak's adviser has warned.
Prince Harry has blamed the tabloid press for "inciting hatred and harassment" in his private life, saying he ended up "playing up to a lot of the headlines" when he was cast as a "playboy prince" and a "thicko" as a young royal.
The chair of the COVID inquiry says it is up to her to decide what evidence is "relevant or potentially relevant" amid a legal row with the government over Boris Johnson's WhatsApp messages.
The CBI director general Rain Newton-Smith will appeal for members to approve reforms ahead of a finely balanced vote that could decide the future of the scandalised business lobby group.
The government is still being "too slow" to recover taxpayer money lost to fraud and error over the pandemic, MPs have said.
A state of emergency has been declared after a dam in a Russian-controlled part of southern Ukraine has been irrevocably damaged by an explosion, leading to flooding in the area already hit by months of conflict.
Energy producer SSE has been hit by a nearly £10m fine for charging the national grid - and bill payers as a result - too much money to power down during times when electricity infrastructure can't take all the traffic on the system.
A man and a youth have been arrested on suspicion of the theft of a baby donkey who was snatched from a farm in Hampshire.
The BBC, British Airways and Boots have been caught up in a cyber incident that has exposed employee personal data, including bank and contact details, to hackers.
The Russian Ministry of Defence has claimed that Ukraine launched a "large-scale offensive" in the south of the Donetsk region.
This trial was always going to be explosive and it certainly started with a bang.
In a stroke of legal coincidence, Prince Harry will be the subject of a court case in America on the same day he is due to appear in London's High Court.
Prince Harry is expected to give evidence at the High Court today over alleged unlawful information gathering by journalists working for Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN) - in what will be a landmark appearance in the witness box from a senior royal.
Pope Francis has left Rome's Gemelli hospital following a check-up.
A dog who was missing for eight months has been found in the back of an ambulance - some 50 miles from her home.
The chair of parliament's media committee has insisted a grilling of ITV's boss in front of MPs next week won't be a "witch hunt" against former presenter Phillip Schofield.
The Australian mother jailed for 20 years over the deaths of her four children says her release is a major victory for "science and especially truth".
MPs have voted to suspend COVID rulebreaker Margaret Ferrier from the House of Commons for 30 days.
Apple has announced it will upgrade its autocorrect feature so it no longer changes one of the most common expletives to the word "ducking".
An MP has called This Morning editor Martin Frizell's answer to a Sky News interview over whether there is a "toxic" work environment on the show as "outrageously dismissive and flippant".
US regulators have filed a lawsuit against cryptocurrency exchange Binance, alleging a string of violations including the misuse of investor funds.
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