Amanda Knox said she was "full of joy" after she and Raffaele Sollecito were acquitted of the murder of British student Meredith Kercher.
A former girlfriend of the co-pilot accused of deliberately crashing a Germanwings plane is reported to have told how he suffered nightmares and once ominously woke up screaming: "We're going down!"
The co-pilot who deliberately crashed a plane in the French Alps with the loss of 150 lives had a history of depression, it has been reported.
The lawyer for one of five women held in China after campaigning for women's rights has told Sky News their treatment is beyond anything he could ever have imagined.
David Cameron is to launch his party's election campaign with a pledge to deliver a "truly seven day NHS" for England if he is returned to power on 7 May.
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Andy Murray eased into the third round of the Miami Open with a 6-4 6-2 victory over Donald Young.
Harry Kane scored on his England debut less than two minutes after coming on in the 4-0 defeat of Lithuania at Wembley on Friday night.
Floyd Mayweather has revealed how it ‘hurts’ him to turn down fan requests as he fits family trips into his hectic fight schedule.
Team Sky’s Geraint Thomas claimed the biggest win of his road racing career by soloing to a superb victory in the Belgian cobbled classic E3 Harelbeke.
Filming on the James Bond movie Spectre has shut down Mexico City’s Plaza de la Constitución for four days as the cast and crew shoot the opening scene of the movie.
The director of a new film based on the trial of Amanda Knox has told Sky News' Entertainment Week the case became a "soap opera".
Oisin Tymon, the Top Gear producer punched by Jeremy Clarkson during a row over food, has told police he does not want to press charges.
Zayn Malik has said he feels "more in control" of his life after leaving One Direction but worries about letting the fans down.
Julie Andrews has said it feels like a "big joke" that The Sound Of Music has celebrated its 50th anniversary.
Labour leader Ed Miliband has launched his party's General Election campaign with a promise to safeguard the future of the NHS.
New safety rules have been introduced in the UK after 150 people on board the Germanwings Airbus A320 were killed when it crashed in the French Alps.
The Premier League is considering abandoning its long-running title sponsorship arrangements when Barclays' 15-year association with English football's top flight ends next year.
Google has lost a Court of Appeal battle to stop British consumers from suing it in the UK.
A technology chief executive has lost her claim of sex discrimination in a $16m lawsuit against a Silicon Valley venture capital firm.
A radiation leak at an underground nuclear waste dump was partially caused by cat litter used to soak up contaminated liquid inside the barrels.
Passengers just managed to scramble to safety in time when the bus they were travelling in was suddenly swallowed by a sinkhole.
A driver's "most interesting" attempt to circumvent laws restricting the use of carpool lanes has failed to fool US police.
Electricity in the air appears to help animals predict earthquakes, according to a new study of the phenomenon.
A boy in South Korea has managed to get himself stuck in a toy vending machine.
No amount of personality tests could necessarily have prevented co-pilot Andreas Lubitz from crashing a passenger plane in the French Alps, an expert has told Sky News.
A Russian Soyuz spacecraft with three crew on board has successfully docked with the International Space Station, Nasa has said.