A 6.7 magnitude aftershock has struck Nepal as rescue teams battle to reach people trapped by the earthquake which has killed more than 2,200 people.
American Google executive Dan Fredinburg is among at least 17 people who died in a huge avalanche on Mount Everest which was triggered by a powerful earthquake in Nepal.
Desperate friends and relatives are using social media and an emergency search tool to find their loved ones in the aftermath of the Nepal quake.
The Prime Minister has defended the Conservative election campaign "as a very positive vision" for Britain in an interview for Sky News' Murnaghan programme.
Labour plans to bar private landlords from raising rents faster than inflation over a three-year period if it wins power after the General Election.
A round-up of the latest stories from the world of sport - brought to you from the Sky Sports News HQ.
Wladimir Klitschko retained his heavyweight world titles with a comfortable 12-round unanimous decision over previously unbeaten American Bryant Jennings - before revealing Tyson Fury is likely to be his next opponent.
Lee Westwood completed an Indonesian Masters hat-trick but only after surviving a play-off with Thai Chapchai Nirat after blowing a five-shot lead.
England secured their first overseas Test victory since 2012 as James Anderson inspired Alastair Cook’s side to a nine-wicket win over West Indies on the final day of the second Test, in Grenada.
Harlequins captain Joe Marler will miss the remainder of the season with a shoulder injury but director of rugby Conor O’Shea insists his World Cup aspirations are not in doubt.
Bruce Jenner, the former Olympic champion and current star of reality TV, has revealed he is planning to live life as a woman.
Avengers stars Chris Evans and Jeremy Renner have apologised for calling the character played by co-star Scarlett Johansson a "slut" and a "whore".
Top Gear's former executive producer has said the BBC has lost an "editorial genius" in Jeremy Clarkson - and called the decision to axe him a "tragedy".
One of the twin boys from the sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond has taken his own life, according to reports.
Fans are hoping Johnny Depp has returned to his acting best after the release of the trailer of Whitey Bulger biopic Black Mass.
Ukrainian-born Len Blavatnik, owner of Warner Music Group, has topped the Sunday Times Rich List with a £13.17bn fortune.
HSBC has launched a review of the location of its headquarters that could see it leave the UK, Europe's biggest bank confirmed.
It is understandable that HSBC is being lobbied by its shareholders to look into relocating from the UK.
A powerful European activist fund is squaring up to the board of RSA, the FTSE-100 insurer, in a row which reunites two of the key protagonists of the British banking crisis.
A brazen thief stole a bulky ice cream freezer at a Florida petrol station under the nose of a sleeping cashier.
A US high school student has been suspended after strapping a fake bomb to his waist to ask a girl to prom.
A 14-year-old Mexican girl who was grabbed by police while at school and taken to the US by mistake has been returned to her family.
Doctors have discovered an embryonic twin complete with bone, hair and teeth in the brain of a woman having surgery for a suspected tumour.
A frustrated computer user in Colorado has been given a ticket after "killing" his home computer.
A Tunisian man arrested after a boat sank off Libya, killing about 800 migrants, was forced to pilot the vessel at gunpoint, his brother has claimed.
Italy insists it is documenting all new migrants arriving on its shores, but Sky News has spoken to some asylum seekers who say they have not been fingerprinted and so can't be identified.