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"06.12.2016 14:00:01" news.sky.com Game Of Thrones star Peter Vaughan dies The star was best known for his role as Maester Aemon in the hit TV series and the 1970s British sitcom Porridge. Game Of Thrones and Porridge actor Peter Vaughan has died at the age of 93
"06.12.2016 13:58:11" Brexit legal challenge: Part two of day two live from court The legal argument over Brexit continues. Judges will decide if MPs should get a say on when the UK leaves the EU. This is part two of the second day of the Government's appeal at the Supreme Court.
"06.12.2016 13:33:47" Mobile app uses social currency for good Russian supermodel Natalia Vodianova is at TechCrunch Disrupt London showcasing her mobile app Elbi, which can turn social media "likes" into helping charitable causes. Swipe's Gemma Morris spoke to her about the tech.
"06.12.2016 13:15:28" news.sky.com Gaga reveals she has PTSD after being raped at 19 Lady Gaga has revealed she suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after being raped as a teenager. "I have a mental illness and I struggle with that mental illness every day," Lady Gaga has said.
"06.12.2016 12:21:45" news.sky.com Rise in C-sections affecting human evolution The size of women's pelvises and babies' heads were finely balanced over millions of years - but all that is changing. Roughly a quarter of babies in the US and UK are born via C-section. But the procedure might be affecting human evolution.
"06.12.2016 11:38:32" What commuters think of England's rail network Network Rail is to be stripped of its complete control of England's railway tracks under Government plans. Transport Secretary Chris Grayling wants the publicly owned company to share its responsibility for running the tracks with private train operators.
"06.12.2016 11:30:01" news.sky.com Brexit deal possible by October 2018 - EC A final deal on Britain's exit from the EU could be reached by October 2018, the European Commission's chief negotiator says. A final deal on Britain's exit from the EU could be reached by October 2018
"06.12.2016 10:45:01" Polar bear plays in the snow Watch a polar bear clearly excited by the first snow of the season in Oregon
"06.12.2016 10:13:53" Brexit legal challenge: Day Two live from court The legal argument over Brexit continues. Judges will decide if MPs should get a say on when the UK leaves the EU. Watch live on day two of the Government's appeal at the Supreme Court
"06.12.2016 10:01:37" news.sky.com VP Joe Biden hints at bid for president in 2020 The current vice president is recorded saying "I'm gonna run in 2020" - but later claims he is "not committing to anything". Vice President Joe Biden has hinted at running for President in 2020
"06.12.2016 08:11:43" news.sky.com Drake's Spotify reign stopped by The Weeknd The Weeknd's new album Starboy had a massive debut, reaching Number 1 on the Billboard 200 chart on the week of its release. The Weeknd has ended Drake's long reign as king of Spotify
"06.12.2016 07:09:14" news.sky.com Farage shortlisted for person of the year The ex-UKIP leader features alongside US President-elect Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin among the finalists. Nigel Farage has been shortlisted for Time magazine's person of the year award
"06.12.2016 06:30:00" news.sky.com Sky Views: Can the judges do justice to Brexit? Senior News Correspondent Michelle Clifford "Would we worry a pro-EU doctor would try less hard for a pro-Brexit patient?"
"06.12.2016 05:58:49" news.sky.com 'This is not a prank': Oscars host revealed The Academy will be hoping for a return to form after last year's ceremony saw the worst viewing figures for eight years. The next Oscars host announced. Hint: He might encourage you to tell your kids you ate their Halloween candy
"05.12.2016 22:01:53" news.sky.com How did day one of Brexit case go for the Govt? Sky's Faisal Islam says the Government is yet to make a game-changing argument in the case - something it needs in order to win. Everything you need to know about day one of the Article 50 Supreme Court case
"05.12.2016 21:00:00" news.sky.com Memorial sculpture to honour 'Barnardo's children' A charity unveils a special memorial for impoverished youngsters who were buried at a Victorian cemetery in the East End. A special memorial has been unveiled to honour hundreds of impoverished children buried in unmarked graves
"05.12.2016 20:30:00" news.sky.com How did missing Nazi camp gate end up in Norway? Detectives say they have no "useable" evidence such as DNA to find out who stole the gate two years ago. Police investigating how an iron gate stolen from a Nazi concentration camp in Germany ended up in Norway
"05.12.2016 20:00:00" news.sky.com Inquiry into leak of letter warning against leaks The Cabinet Secretary, in a very Yes Minister move, wants a probe into the leak of a letter he wrote warning against leaking. The Cabinet Secretary wants a probe into the leak of a letter he wrote warning against leaking
"05.12.2016 19:30:00" news.sky.com Tube drivers suspend planned 24-hour strike A planned 24-hour strike by London Underground drivers has been suspended, the RMT union has said. A planned 24-hour strike by London Underground drivers has been suspended
"05.12.2016 19:00:00" news.sky.com French PM Manuel Valls to run for presidency His announcement follows the decision of President Francois Hollande not to seek re-election next year. French Prime Minister Manuel Valls has announced that he plans to stand in next year's presidential election
"05.12.2016 18:30:00" news.sky.com Russian nurses killed in Aleppo hospital bombing Moscow accuses the United States, Britain and France of tipping off rebel fighters about the location of the hospital. Two Russian nurses have been killed by rebel shelling at a makeshift field hospital in Aleppo
"05.12.2016 17:46:43" Oakland death toll rises The death toll from a fire at a party held at an Oakland warehouse has risen to 36.
Our US correspondent Greg Milam has the latest and answers your questions
"05.12.2016 16:47:50" Brexit legal challenge: What did we learn from Day One? Brexit legal challenge: What did we learn from Day One? The Supreme Court has heard part of the Government's appeal. Post your questions below for Sky's Political Editor Faisal Islam
"05.12.2016 15:02:30" Karachi hotel fire A lack of emergency exits at an international hotel in Karachi meant guests had to tie bed sheets together to flee from a fire. 11 people have been killed in the tragedy.
"05.12.2016 14:51:16" news.sky.com Bob Dylan wants speech read at Nobel ceremony that he won't attend The singer has "pre-existing commitments" that bar him from travelling to Stockholm and he wants someone else to read his words. Bob Dylan won't be at this Saturday's Nobel ceremony to accept his Literature prize
"05.12.2016 14:15:01" news.sky.com Gunman acting on fake news arrested at restaurant Police say the man wanted to investigate a Hillary Clinton conspiracy theory that spread online during the election campaign. A man has been arrested for entering a pizza restaurant with an assault rifle - apparently to "self-investigate" a conspiracy theory about Hillary Clinton
"05.12.2016 14:01:38" Brexit legal challenge: Part two live from court Judges are deciding if MPs should get a say on when the UK will trigger Article 50 and leave the EU.
Watch part two of the historic legal proceedings live on Sky News.
"05.12.2016 13:41:00" news.sky.com Hugs and tears as pipeline permit rejected Despite the symbolic victory, the thousands who have been camped out for months feel the fight isn't over. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has refused to grant a permit for the controversial oil pipeline in North Dakota
"05.12.2016 13:09:06" news.sky.com Brexit appeal at Supreme Court explained As the highest court in the land considers the Government's appeal over the UK's exit from the EU, here are the facts of the case. What's at stake as the Government goes to the Supreme Court in the latest stage in its legal battle over Brexit
"05.12.2016 12:48:51" news.sky.com A third of Britons forced to buy Christmas presents on credit - survey Millions of people in the UK will see their enjoyment of the festive season hampered by money concerns, a poll finds. People with money worries are being offered advice to avoid concerns about cash spoiling their Christmas
"05.12.2016 12:18:16" news.sky.com British woman dies from stab wounds in Lapland Police hold the woman's boyfriend after he fled into hostile terrain with the couple's dogs after she was found dead on Saturday. The 26-year-old from Scotland had been working at a Christmas tourist attraction in Finland
"05.12.2016 11:32:00" A diverse and divided Britain A diverse and divided Britain. A report's concluded schoolchildren should be taught "British values". We've been to Oldham to examine the scale of the problem.
"05.12.2016 10:58:59" Brexit legal challenge: Watch live from court We're live from the Supreme Court where judges are deciding if MPs should get a say on when Britain will trigger Article 50 and leave the EU.
For the first time, watch these legal proceedings live on Sky News.
"05.12.2016 10:11:55" news.sky.com Giant buttocks among Turner Prize contenders Will this cheeky art work or a huge pile of pennies win the Turner Prize tonight?
"05.12.2016 09:35:33" Far-Right candidate concedes Austria election Norbert Hofer, the far-right candidate in Austria's presidential election has conceded defeat. Independent Alexander Van der Bellen is projected to win with around 53% of the vote. Sky's John Sparks is in Vienna and has been answering your questions
"05.12.2016 08:56:59" news.sky.com Donald Trump hits out at China on Twitter Donald J. Trump complains about China's economic and military policy, days after he angered Beijing by speaking with Taiwan
"05.12.2016 07:55:15" news.sky.com Euro falls to 20-month low after Italy vote The currency dropped sharply against the dollar following the resignation of the Italian PM, but has since recovered slightly. The euro dropped to its lowest point since March 2015 after Italy's PM said he'd quit after losing a referendum on constitutional reform
"05.12.2016 07:30:00" A modern Brexit tale Conflict, confusion and betrayal - How the UK's decision to leave the EU ended up at the Supreme Court
"05.12.2016 06:58:30" news.sky.com Sky Views: Britain needs an annual tax on homes Should Britain abolish stamp duty and replace it with an annual property tax for homeowners?
"05.12.2016 05:57:12" news.sky.com Supreme Court to hear Government's Brexit appeal After a bruising defeat in the High Court, the Government will argue that the PM can trigger Article 50 without an MPs vote. The Supreme Court will start hearing the Government's Brexit appeal from today
"04.12.2016 23:43:49" news.sky.com Italian PM to resign after referendum defeat Matteo Renzi had staked his political future on voters backing the constitutional changes, and promised to resign if he lost. UPDATE: Italian PM Matteo Renzi has said he will resign after losing a key referendum on constitutional reform
"04.12.2016 22:16:53" news.sky.com Italian PM loses key referendum - exit polls Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has lost a key referendum on constitutional reform, exit polls suggest. Exit polls suggest Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has lost a key referendum on constitutional reform
"04.12.2016 21:00:00" news.sky.com Virgin Galactic California test flight success SpaceShipTwo lands safely after gliding down to earth - more than two years since a co-pilot was killed in a previous test. A Virgin Galactic spaceship has come safely through a free-flying test above the Mojave Desert in southern California
"04.12.2016 20:21:28" news.sky.com Woman on holiday in Cornwall in sea tragedy The alarm was raised after a 36-year-old holidaymaker was reported missing at one of Cornwall's most popular spots. The body of a woman has been recovered from the sea off the Cornish coast
"04.12.2016 19:28:06" news.sky.com Former US PoW seeks pardon from President Obama Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl faces claims of putting soldiers' lives at risk when he left his unit and was captured by the Taliban. Bowe Bergdahl, a soldier accused of abandoning his post in Afghanistan and the subject of the Serial podcast, has asked the outgoing US President to pardon him
"04.12.2016 19:00:00" news.sky.com Castro's ashes laid to rest near 'hero's' grave The communist leader's cremated remains are interred a few steps from the mausoleum of another giant of Cuban history, Jose Marti. The ashes of former Cuban leader Fidel Castro have been laid to rest next to one of the people he most admired
"04.12.2016 18:15:20" Bodies recovered in warehouse destroyed by fire So far, 24 bodies have been recovered from an Oakland warehouse that was destroyed by fire during a party.
Our US Correspondent Greg Milam was live at the scene answering your questions.
"04.12.2016 17:33:44" Italy goes to the polls As the far-right candidate in Austria's election concedes defeat, all eyes are on Italy and a referendum which could have significant ramifications for the whole of Europe.
Our Europe correspondent Mark Stone - Sky News was live in Rome answering your
"04.12.2016 17:00:00" news.sky.com Rescuers find 24 bodies in California fire Sky News - First for Breaking News, video, headlines, analysis and top stories from business, politics, entertainment and more in the UK and worldwide. Twenty-four bodies have been found in a fire-destroyed warehouse after a party in Oakland
"04.12.2016 16:57:35" news.sky.com Far-right candidate congratulates Austria rival The far-right candidate in Austria's presidential election has congratulated his independent rival shortly after polls closed. The far-right candidate in Austria's presidential election, Norbert Hofer, has conceded defeat on social media
"04.12.2016 16:30:00" news.sky.com Clegg: Switching voters could remove Brexiteers The Lib Dem says centre-left voters who think the PM is "clueless" on Brexit should back other parties that oppose leaving the EU. Nick Clegg says centre-left voters should support a party other than their own to remove pro-Brexit MPs
"04.12.2016 16:00:01" news.sky.com Anger at Last Tango In Paris rape scene confession Director Bernardo Bertolucci says he did not tell the star because he "wanted her reaction as a girl and not as an actress". Hollywood has condemned the director of the Last Tango in Paris after he admitted a rape scene was filmed without consent
"04.12.2016 15:28:55" news.sky.com Aleppo cemeteries run out of room to bury dead Graveyards in the war-torn city reach capacity as remaining rebel fighters are ordered to leave or face "inevitable death". Bodies are being buried in backyards or left to rot on the streets
"04.12.2016 14:40:00" news.sky.com Trust in politicians 'approaching rock bottom' Public faith in decision-makers plummets to a new low in the year that saw the bitterly fought EU referendum campaign. Just 15% of the public believe politicians can be depended on to tell the truth
"04.12.2016 13:29:34" news.sky.com Mayor and journalists shot dead in Finnish town A mayor and two journalists have reportedly been shot dead by a man with a rifle in the small town of Imatra in Finland. A mayor and two journalists have been shot dead by a man with a rifle in the small town of Imatra in Finland
"04.12.2016 13:01:33" The Murnaghan pub quiz Our Murnaghan pub quiz returns! First we quizzed MP Emily Thornberry, now it's the turn of Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson
"04.12.2016 12:15:00" Germany bakes world's largest Christmas Stollen cake If you thought Britain was baking mad - this 2.8 tonne Christmas Stollen cake, created by more than 60 bakers in Germany, had to be carried on a horse-drawn carriage
"04.12.2016 11:30:00" news.sky.com Crown of feathers for Harry during rainforest trip Villagers from the remote indigenous community of Surama honoured their royal guest with the colourful Macaw feather gift. Prince Harry was honoured by villagers from a remote community in Guyana with a headdress of feathers
"04.12.2016 10:45:00" Dangerous driving: 'It should be for life' "It should be life for a life," the father of two young boys killed by a lorry driver distracted by his phone has said
"04.12.2016 09:30:00" Dozens feared dead in Oakland warehouse fire It's believed there were no sprinklers or fire alarms in a warehouse where as many as 40 people may have died in a massive fire
"04.12.2016 08:15:00" How many calories are in your fish and chips? With fish portions ranging between 97g and 562g, it's near impossible to calculate how many calories are in this popular British takeaway
"04.12.2016 07:30:00" news.sky.com Will Austria elect EU's first far-right leader? The Freedom Party's Norbert Hofer has capitalised on Eurosceptic and anti-immigration feeling in his country. One candidate has capitalised on anti-immigration feeling in Austria, while the other supports liberal policies towards migrants
"04.12.2016 06:45:00" news.sky.com Calls for probe into Jose Mourinho tax claims The firm representing Mourinho has strenuously denied suggestions that its client may have taken part in a tax avoidance scheme. The Special One's financial affairs could be put under the spotlight after claims he took part in a tax avoidance scheme
"04.12.2016 06:00:01" news.sky.com Italians voting in referendum as EU looks on The referendum vote has been seen as a way for supporters of populist and extreme parties to vote against the establishment. Italians are heading to vote in a referendum today, which could be critical for Europe
"03.12.2016 18:06:55" news.sky.com Vegetarian cafe owner refuses new £5 note The businesswoman has put up signs to warn customers and says she spoke with staff who are very supportive of her decision. A vegetarian cafe owner who has refused to accept the new £5 note says she has faced a backlash
"03.12.2016 17:08:59" news.sky.com Oakland warehouse party fire leaves nine dead Fire officials say the roof of the "huge" building has collapsed, complicating efforts to recover bodies following the US blaze. At least nine people have been killed and about 25 others are missing
"03.12.2016 16:00:00" news.sky.com Assad retakes half of rebel areas in east Aleppo More than 300 people have been killed in the government assault on the city in the past three weeks. Syria's army now controls more than half of previously rebel-held areas in east Aleppo
"03.12.2016 15:30:00" news.sky.com Amy Schumer to star in live-action Barbie film Her casting as the iconic doll is questioned by some, while others say it is a "positive" move because "she's not stick thin". Amy Schumer is set to bring iconic doll Barbie to life in a live-action film, according to reports
"03.12.2016 14:10:04" Plane crash memorial Watch live as an expected 100,000 mourners gather at Chapecoense's stadium to remember the 71 people killed in a plane crash on Monday
"03.12.2016 13:31:59" Austria's presidential election preview Austria could be about to elect the first far-right head of state in the EU since the Second World War. Sky News' John Sparks is in Vienna before voting begins tomorrow, discussing the Freedom Party's Norbert Hofer - an anti-immigrant, gun-loving
"03.12.2016 13:21:00" news.sky.com Labour will seek amendment to Brexit bill Labour will seek to amend the Government's Brexit bill if the Supreme Court allows a debate in parliament, Jeremy Corbyn says. Labour will seek to amend the Government's Brexit bill if the Supreme Court allows a debate in parliament
"03.12.2016 13:01:37" news.sky.com Corbyn calls for fight against populist right The Labour leader says unity among socialists is the only way to tackle the threat from UKIP, Donald Trump and France's Le Pen. Global politics have been shaken by the successes of UKIP and Donald Trump, Jeremy Corbyn has said
"03.12.2016 11:49:00" news.sky.com Minimum booze price 'would improve UK health' Alcohol sales have increased 42% since 1980 due to women drinking more than ever, according to a report by government advisers. Alcohol is more affordable than ever, but a report has argued that increasing its price would save on healthcare costs
"03.12.2016 11:00:00" news.sky.com Relatives to comb Madagascan beaches for MH370 Three pieces of wreckage found on shorelines in Mauritius, Tanzania and Le Reunion are confirmed to have come from the flight. Relatives of those on board Flight MH370 are taking the search for the missing plane into their own hands
"03.12.2016 10:23:00" Woman and dog rescued from collapsed building A 22-year-old woman and her dog had to be pulled out from the rubble of a 100-year-old building, which collapsed in South Dakota
"03.12.2016 09:30:00" news.sky.com UKIP inspired by Lib Dem victory in Richmond The party's candidate in the Sleaford by-election says the town's voters want to give the Government another "good kick". UK Independence Party (UKIP) have said if the Liberal Democrats can overturn a similar majority in Richmond, they can do the same in Lincolnshire
"03.12.2016 08:45:52" Candlelight protest in South Korea Tens of thousands of South Koreans are holding a candlelight protest to demand President Park Geun-hye steps down following a corruption scandal.
"03.12.2016 08:30:00" Tech to warn athletes about concussion New sensors are being developed for mouthguards and helmets to help protect athletes against concussion
"03.12.2016 07:43:10" news.sky.com Row over flood protection one year after Desmond The countryside needs more protection against floods but how to do it is dividing those in the flood-damaged Lake District. More needs to be done to make the countryside more resilient to flooding, the National Trust has said
"03.12.2016 07:00:00" news.sky.com Trump risks China rift with Taiwan call The call was the first such contact with Taiwan by a US leader since President Jimmy Carter adopted a one-China policy in 1979. Donald J. Trump has spoken with the president of Taiwan, something which could cause a rift with China
"03.12.2016 06:15:00" news.sky.com Airline pilot suffers heart attack before take-off The captain of the packed plane was resuscitated by the crew with the assistance of an on-board passenger. An airline pilot suffered a heart attack moments before taking off, and had to be resuscitated by the crew and a passenger on board
"02.12.2016 23:00:00" news.sky.com Peake and Redmayne honoured by the Queen The astronaut and actor, who have walked in space and won an Oscar, received their honours at a ceremony at Windsor Castle. Astronaut Tim Peake and Hollywood actor Eddie Redmayne have been honoured by the Queen at Windsor Castle
"02.12.2016 22:29:00" news.sky.com Gritter Nicole Saltslinger has the X-factor Ten-year-old Eve McGrath's winning entry saw off hundreds of other suggestions, including Gritney Houston and Grit Expectations. Oldham Council has named its new gritter Nicole Saltslinger after the X Factor judge and former Pussycat Doll
"02.12.2016 22:17:27" news.sky.com Sons Of Anarchy sequel confirmed by FX The new show “is set in a post Jax Teller world", focusing on the Mayans and their fight against the cartel. FX's hit biker show Sons of Anarchy is getting a sequel
"02.12.2016 21:08:06" news.sky.com Syrian government shows off Aleppo gains The images were broadcast as the US and Russia met for talks aimed at ending the fighting which has devastated the city. The Syrian government has been showing off its gains in eastern Aleppo
"02.12.2016 19:57:47" news.sky.com Fawlty Towers star 'did not recognise Manuel' John Sachs tells Sky News the final months of his father's life were "very hard", describing dementia as a "terrible thing". The son of Fawlty Towers star Andrew Sachs has told how his father's dementia meant he could no longer recognise himself on the classic sitcom
"02.12.2016 18:45:43" Donald Trump picks 'Mad Dog' Mattis Say hello to Donald J. Trump's choice for defence secretary (spoiler; he likes to shoot things)
"02.12.2016 18:00:39" news.sky.com Russia warns over bank cyber attacks plot The country is on high alert after the US accused it of a series of hacks aimed at interfering in the presidential election. Russia has said it has foiled a series of cyber attacks on its banks planned to have started on 5 December
"02.12.2016 16:56:23" news.sky.com Former Argos worker elected Gambia president Adama Barrow comfortably defeated leader Yahya Jammeh, who had said before the election that his victory would be a "landslide". From Argos security guard to President of Gambia
"02.12.2016 15:50:29" news.sky.com BHS enters liquidation after 88 years The company's downfall in April marked the biggest British high street collapse since Woolworths. BHS has officially entered liquidation
"02.12.2016 15:00:01" "I'm lucky to be alive." Former sex worker It's 10 years since Steve Wright murdered five sex workers in Ipswich. 'Donna' had a lucky escape when she encountered him in 2006...
"02.12.2016 14:40:01" news.sky.com World champ Nico Rosberg retires from Formula One World champion Nico Rosberg has announced his retirement from Formula One just days after winning the title, Mercedes says. World champion Nico Rosberg has announced his retirement from Formula One
"02.12.2016 14:32:58" Why Italy's referendum seems familiar There's a growing populist revolt in Italy over a referendum which could cost the country's PM Matteo Renzi his job
"02.12.2016 14:02:04" 2016: The year the world went crazy 2016 has been a pretty crazy year... and it's not over yet
"02.12.2016 13:00:00" Sex worker abused in Rochdale This sex worker didn't know who to turn to when she was abused by a man who picked her up in Rochdale
"02.12.2016 12:27:17" news.sky.com La La Land tipped for Oscar glory as musical tops critics' list Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone are dancing their way to the Academy Awards, followed closely by indie favourite Moonlight. Pundits pick La La Land and make it the front runner for Oscar glory
"02.12.2016 11:26:09" Liberal Democrats triumph in Richmond Park Zac Goldsmith lost his fight to be re-elected as an MP. The Liberal Democrats and Sarah Olney came out on top in the Richmond Park by-election. Sky's Faisal Islam has been answering your questions.
"02.12.2016 11:06:14" Young cancer patient's wish to 'blow stuff up' He's 12, he beat cancer and now he gets to "blow stuff up"
"02.12.2016 09:52:09" news.sky.com Russian cargo ship destroyed on way to Space Station The unmanned ship encounters problems minutes after take-off and burns up in the atmosphere over the Republic of Tyva. The unmanned supply ship was carrying rocket fuel, food, water and a new spacesuit
"02.12.2016 08:52:30" Train fares to rise by 2.3% next year Train passengers will have to pay an average of 2.3% more for their tickets from next month. Sky's Willem Marx is live at King's Cross station in London. Post your questions in the comments below.
"02.12.2016 08:06:26" 3-year-old saves mum with 999 call 3-year-old Sofia Harman has been praised by police for making a 999 call that helped save her mum's life
"02.12.2016 07:09:45" news.sky.com Trump picks 'Mad Dog' Mattis as defence secretary The ex-general has been criticised for saying he enjoys shooting people and serving on the board of a troubled biotech company. Controversial retired general James Mattis has been named by Donald J. Trump as his choice for defence secretary
"02.12.2016 06:33:29" Ipswich murders: Sex workers still vunerable Ten years on from the Ipswich murders - there are still fears for the sex workers police claim are no longer on the streets
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"02.12.2016 06:10:52" news.sky.com Goldsmith's by-election defeat is a Tory disaster He was not officially a Conservative candidate but Zac Goldsmith's loss to the Lib Dems is bad news for the Tories. Even though he wasn't officially a Conservative candidate, Zac Goldsmith's defeat by the Lib Dems is a disaster for the Tories
"02.12.2016 03:33:39" news.sky.com Lib Dem Sarah Olney wins Richmond Park The Lib Dems have won the by-election sparked by Zac Goldsmith's resignation over Heathrow Airport expansion. Sarah Olney's victory leaves Zac Goldsmith's political career in tatters, just months after his disastrous mayoral campaign.
"02.12.2016 00:26:21" news.sky.com Fawlty Towers star Andrew Sachs dies - Reports Andrew Sachs, best known for his role in the beloved 1970s sitcom Fawlty Towers, has died at the age of 86, according to reports. Andrew Sachs, who played hapless Spanish waiter Manuel in the beloved sitcom Fawlty Towers, has reportedly died at the age of 86
"01.12.2016 20:38:46" The Pledge "I am European before I am British," Greg Dyke says when debating whether UK citizens should have the option to pay for an individual EU membership #ThePledge
"01.12.2016 20:22:04" The Pledge Should children spend the first five minutes of their day with just some calm, or should they just crack on with their work? #ThePledge
"01.12.2016 20:04:26" The Pledge Alan Shearer had to have a somewhat selfish attitude as a striker in football, Graeme Le Saux believes. But was Lewis Hamilton right to defy Mercedes and is it the same? #ThePledge
"01.12.2016 19:54:42" news.sky.com French president will not run for second term France's socialist president Francois Hollande has announced he will not seek a second term in office. France's President Francois Hollande has announced he will not seek re-election
"01.12.2016 19:08:37" news.sky.com Humanitarian aid blocked as Aleppo starves The UN urges rebel militants to leave the besieged city so emergency food and medical care can reach starving civilians. Russia and Syria are preventing essential humanitarian aid from reaching starving civilians in Aleppo
"01.12.2016 18:00:00" Is Donald Trump sticking to his campaign promises? Will Donald J. Trump live up to his campaign promises?
"01.12.2016 17:19:44" news.sky.com Air quality alerts issued across London High pollution levels in London have led to air quality alerts being declared at bus stops, Tube stations and roadsides. High pollution levels in London have led to air quality alerts being declared at bus stops, Tube stations and roadsides
"01.12.2016 16:30:00" 2016: The year the world went crazy 2016 has been a pretty crazy year... and it's not over yet
"01.12.2016 15:00:00" Kay Burley tests out aeroplane simulator How do pilots prepare for crash landing? Sky's Kay Burley found out...
You can watch the full report here: https://youtu.be/vJJIl_UIzGA
"01.12.2016 14:22:03" Thailand's crown prince becomes king Thailand's crown prince is due to be confirmed as the country's new king later, 50 days after the death of his father. Sky's South East Asia Correspondent, Tom Rayner, is in Bangkok and has been answering your questions.
"01.12.2016 13:57:16" news.sky.com Australian schoolchildren recreate firm's £594 HIV drug for £1.60 Martin Shkreli was dubbed the "most hated man in America" after hiking the price of Daraprim in the US by 5,000%. Children, working with researchers from the University of Sydney, show just how little the HIV drug costs to make
"01.12.2016 12:47:59" The Pledge It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas on #ThePledge. June, Michelle and Graeme have been answering YOUR questions about the England team, new panellists and home truths.
"01.12.2016 12:24:40" news.sky.com Most streamed artists of 2016 are revealed The world's leading streaming service releases its annual list with Drake, Bieber, and Rihanna all going for the top spot. Find out which one we've been listening to most on a leading streaming service
"01.12.2016 11:17:47" Crash pilot: Brazilian team plane 'out of fuel' A cockpit recording from the Colombia plane crash that killed 71 people reveals that the aircraft had run out of fuel
"01.12.2016 10:34:35" news.sky.com EU immigration to UK hits record level at 284,000 The number of EU citizens coming to the UK hits a new high
"01.12.2016 09:47:23" news.sky.com British Gas freezes standard energy tariffs for millions over winter The UK's biggest supplier follows rival SSE in pledging no hikes until next spring
"01.12.2016 08:48:00" Farmers demand access to the single market Farmers and the food industry say they must have access to the single market post Brexit. Sky's Adele Robinson has been to a farm in Selby, in North Yorkshire to answer your questions.
"01.12.2016 08:45:26" Ram-raid gang cleans out gun shop Police in Tampa, Florida warn of a flood of illegal weapons on the streets after a ram-raid gang cleaned out a local gun shop
Pictures: Tampa Arms Company
"01.12.2016 08:00:00" news.sky.com Bank of England examining meat-free options for new fiver after outcry More than 100,000 have signed a petition to remove tallow from the production process for the Bank's new polymer £5 notes. "Potential solutions" are being sought after an outcry over the use of animal fat in the making of the new £5 note
"01.12.2016 07:30:00" news.sky.com Britain could become the next big wine exporter Essex, Peckham and even Edinburgh could become sites of vineyards producing world-leading wines, experts say. Changing weather patterns could mean ideal conditions for sauvignon blanc and chardonnay in south London and Milton Keynes
"01.12.2016 07:01:15" The pilot who landed a plane on the Hudson River This American pilot became a hero when he saved 155 lives in the "Miracle on the Hudson" - it's inspired a new film starring Tom Hanks
"01.12.2016 06:33:40" news.sky.com Scrapping speed bumps and 70mph limits 'can reduce pollution' "Smooth driving" policies which eliminate the need for drivers to stop and start on journeys can cut emissions, a watchdog says. Measures to prevent vehicles continually stopping and starting would reduce harmful emissions from cars - health experts say
"01.12.2016 06:00:10" news.sky.com Festive drink and drug driving clampdown begins Research finds Crewe has the highest proportion of motorists with convictions, while London has the lowest. A month long Christmas drink and drug driving campaign begins across UK
"30.11.2016 21:44:05" news.sky.com Johnson 'backs freedom of movement' in Brexit The Foreign Secretary has apparently told four ambassadors his view - which contrasts with the Government's tough Brexit stance. Boris Johnson has privately told at least four EU ambassadors that he 'supports freedom of movement'
"30.11.2016 21:19:24" What's the best way to deal with... space poop? NASA has offered $30,000 (£24,000) to the public for a solution to the 'space poop' problem
"30.11.2016 20:31:30" news.sky.com 'Crash pilot said Brazil plane was out of fuel' A recording has emerged of the pilot of the doomed Brazilian plane saying he had run out of fuel, reports say. The pilot of the plane carrying the Brazilian football team said he had run out of fuel moments before crashing in Colombia
"30.11.2016 19:19:18" 89-year-old 'dying of boredom' gets a job This 89-year-old war veteran is not only refusing to retire but is fighting off job offers
"30.11.2016 18:21:25" news.sky.com North Korea banned from exporting giant statues The UN retaliates after the rogue state's latest nuclear test and imposes tough sanctions to cut income by more than a quarter. A wave of sanctions have hit North Korea including a ban from exporting giant statues
"30.11.2016 17:19:54" news.sky.com Gareth Southgate signs four-year England deal Southgate's impressive stint as temporary boss sees him get the job permanently, but he warns "the hard work starts now". Gareth Southgate has signed a four-year deal to become England manager
"30.11.2016 16:37:59" Winter is coming Will we have a white Christmas ❄️ in 2016?
"30.11.2016 16:00:03" news.sky.com Tobacco firms lose plain packaging court appeal Health campaigners describe the decision over standardised packaging as "another crushing defeat for the tobacco industry". Tobacco firms have lost their latest court battle against rules that say cigarettes must come in plain packaging
"30.11.2016 15:30:01" news.sky.com Travel misery for freezing commuters Strikes, faulty trains and signal failures bring delays and cancellations to travellers across the country. Train faults, signal failures and staff shortages have all led to delays on public transport across the country today
"30.11.2016 15:01:13" news.sky.com Price of Christmas dinner for eight falls below £20 Most ingredients including turkey are cheaper this year meaning a meal could cost as little as £2.48 per head, a survey shows. Are you in charge of Christmas dinner this year? If so, you can buy all the ingredients to feed eight people for less than £20.
"30.11.2016 14:30:00" news.sky.com Taylor Swift is getting her own TV channel Fans - or Swifties - will be able to see never-before-seen footage from concerts and special events on Taylor Swift Now. Taylor Swift's new TV channel will show never-before-seen footage from her concerts, as well as behind the scenes video
"30.11.2016 14:01:00" Nightmare ending to Chapecoense story One footballer who died in a plane crash in Colombia was told just days before he was going to be a father for the first time
"30.11.2016 13:00:00" news.sky.com Romney gushes over Trump after frog-legs soup Mitt Romney enjoys a three-Michelin star dinner date with Donald Trump, who only months ago he lambasted as a "phony" and "fraud". Donald J. Trump is the "man who can lead us," says Mitt Romney. He previously called the President-elect a "phony" and "fraud".
"30.11.2016 12:45:44" news.sky.com Donald Trump to leave business empire to avoid conflict of interest Donald J. Trump won't be running his business empire when he becomes US president
"30.11.2016 12:01:51" Theresa May takes PMQs Watch Prime Minister's Questions live as Theresa May takes questions from MPs in the House of Commons
"30.11.2016 11:38:31" How safe is your cash after banks struggle in stress test Three of Britain's biggest lenders have struggled in a key test of how they'd cope in a future financial crisis. Sky's Economics Editor Ed Conway is here to talk you through the Bank of England's stress test and if its results suggest your money is at
"30.11.2016 11:20:00" news.sky.com Worst traffic hotspots will cost drivers £62bn over next decade London unsurprisingly comes top, with traffic jams set to cost the capital's motorists £42bn over the next decade. If traffic jams weren't bad enough, they could be costing motorists £62bn by 2025
"30.11.2016 10:45:00" news.sky.com Temperatures drop to -9.4C on coldest night so far in the UK Forecasters say it should get slightly milder in the next few days, but frost will hit many areas again by the weekend. The village of Sennybridge in Powys was the coldest place in the UK last night
"30.11.2016 10:15:00" news.sky.com Grandson of ex-Fiat boss faces charges over false kidnap claim Lapo Elkann allegedly faked his own kidnap and asked for a $10,000 ransom after bingeing on drugs
"30.11.2016 09:37:51" news.sky.com National Lottery: Thousands of online accounts hacked Organiser Camelot says some 26,500 accounts have been accessed but it has reset passwords and is contacting affected players. The National Lottery's warning the personal details of thousands of its online players may have been compromised
"30.11.2016 08:45:17" news.sky.com State-backed RBS fails Bank of England stress test Royal Bank of Scotland must shore up its finances while Barclays and Standard Chartered also fall short on some measures. RBS told to bolster its balance sheet and two other lenders also fall short in a test to see how they'd cope with another financial crisis
"30.11.2016 08:00:00" Aftermath of Aleppo airstrike Desperate scenes in Aleppo as footage shows the aftermath of an artillery strike. At least 20 people, including children, were killed.
"30.11.2016 07:24:32" news.sky.com Police officer seriously injured after pursuing HGV driver The suspect threatened the officer with a tree branch, causing him to step back into a road and be hit by another vehicle. Officer in hospital after trying to stop a "suspicious" lorry in Staffordshire
"30.11.2016 06:41:22" Online sex blackmail scam 'Sextortion' cases have tripled in the UK in 12 months
"30.11.2016 06:16:46" news.sky.com Warnings as men kill themselves after online sex blackmail scam Criminal groups in the Philippines, Morocco and Ivory Coast are running sextortion scams using British women to dupe victims. Four men have killed themselves after being targeted in a new and fast-growing sex blackmail scam
"30.11.2016 05:26:01" news.sky.com Video shows coach praising airline before crash Mauro Stumpf says the LaMia airline "treated us very well" as the team travelled to the biggest game in their history. Search and rescue teams now say 71 people died in the tragedy
"29.11.2016 22:24:14" Artillery attacks on Aleppo Footage shows the aftermath of an artillery strike in Aleppo in which at least 20 people were killed
"29.11.2016 21:19:11" Christmas presents stolen from St Mary's Thieves stole Christmas presents worth £3,000 from sick children at a hospital in London... but people are joining together to help
"29.11.2016 20:04:19" news.sky.com Desperate scenes in aftermath of Syria attack A number of victims with bloodied faces are seen lying in the street while others are carried to a waiting ambulance. Footage shows the aftermath of an artillery strike in Aleppo in which at least 20 people, including children, were killed
"29.11.2016 19:04:36" news.sky.com Xmas pudding price hike partly down to Brexit The cost of a Christmas dinner remains broadly stable as the price of a turkey - the biggest share - has fallen in the last year. A rise in the cost of basic ingredients will see the price of a Christmas pudding increase by 21%
"29.11.2016 18:12:25" news.sky.com Man 'with axe' shot in Hull city centre Witnesses report seeing an injured man in the street, with an axe lying nearby, after armed police are dispatched. A man wielding an axe has been injured after being shot by police in Hull city centre
"29.11.2016 17:14:21" Colombia plane crash 75 people have been killed after a plane carrying members of a Brazilian football team crashed in Colombia
"29.11.2016 16:42:12" news.sky.com Iceland v Iceland: Retailer seeks thaw in name row The food company is sending a team to Reykjavik as the country is challenging its trademark registration of the word Iceland. The battle to be called "Iceland"
"29.11.2016 16:06:44" Manchester road-rage This truck driver got serious road-rage on the M62. After losing his temper he proceeded to reverse his vehicle into a lorry - and then smash the window with a spade.
Neither men were seriously injured.
"29.11.2016 15:19:42" Fidel Castro death Tens of thousands of Cubans are paying their respects to Fidel Castro for a second day in Revolution Square, Havana. Sky's Greg Milam is live answering your questions. Post them below.
"29.11.2016 14:57:45" Mannequin Challenge marriage proposal We're a bit bored of the mannequin challenge now but this one is a bit special
"29.11.2016 14:49:54" news.sky.com Vegan campaigners demand animal fat removed from new £5 notes The bank says a "trace" of tallow is used to make the fivers, but vegans and vegetarians say it is not acceptable. Campaigners have started an online petition urging the Bank of England to act
"29.11.2016 13:31:14" Putting a lid on Chernobyl Putting a lid on Chernobyl - the damaged reactor gets a gigantic steel shield, 30 years after the world's worst nuclear disaster
"29.11.2016 12:33:25" Meet the man who made the Raspbery Pi Meet the man who made the £25 computer - the Raspbery Pi. Its founder Eben Upton has been speaking to Gemma Morris and answering your questions
"29.11.2016 12:08:55" Cold weather public health warning As temperatures fall below -7C experts have issued a public health warning about the freezing weather which is expected to continue over the coming days. Sky's Weather Presenter Nazaneen Ghaffar has been answering your questions.
"29.11.2016 11:00:00" news.sky.com Stolen Christmas toys spark fundraising drive for St Mary's hospital Christmas is looking bright again for children at a London hospital after the public stepped in to replace their stolen gifts. Kind-hearted donors come to the rescue
"29.11.2016 10:38:11" news.sky.com Brazil's Chapecoense enjoyed fairytale season until Colombia plane crash A small team that had just made it into big-time Brazilian football, Chapecoense were having the best run of their history. Three players from the Chapecoense football team were among the five survivors of the Colombia plane crash
"29.11.2016 09:33:54" Only five survivors after the Colombia plane crash Police in Colombia confirm there are only five survivors from the plane that crashed with 81 people on board. 76 people died in the accident.
"29.11.2016 09:02:07" news.sky.com Morning-after pill should be sold without 'embarrassing' consultation Women in the UK can pay up to five times more than their European counterparts Calls for the morning-after pill to be made available over the counter
"29.11.2016 08:15:25" news.sky.com Regulator Ofcom orders BT 'separation' from Openreach network Ofcom said it was disappointed that BT's response to competition concerns had fallen short though some progress had been made. BT will have to legally separate its Openreach division which runs the UK's main telecoms network
"29.11.2016 07:41:24" news.sky.com Warning as UK braces for freezing temperatures Wintry conditions are predicted to sweep across Britain, prompting health officials to advise people to take preparations. Public health warning issued as cold weather hits the UK
"29.11.2016 07:14:23" Colombia plane crash It's reported that at least six people have survived a plane crash in #Colombia. 81 people were on board, including members of a Brazilian football team
"29.11.2016 06:43:31" Plane crashes in Colombia with 81 people on board A plane with 81 people on board, including a Brazilian football team, has crashed in central Colombia. Here's what we know so far.
"29.11.2016 06:08:18" news.sky.com Plane thought to be carrying a Brazilian football team crashes in Colombia An emergency has been declared in Colombia after a plane carrying members of a Brazil football team crashed with 72 on board. A plane with 72 passengers and 9 crew on board, including members of a Brazilian football team, has crashed in Colombia
"28.11.2016 22:19:00" news.sky.com Tory 'Brexit plan' snapped in Downing Street Notes suggest no single market for the UK after Brexit, no "Norway-style deal" and the EU's negotiators are "difficult". The Conservatives plans for Brexit appear to have been snapped outside 10 Downing Street
"28.11.2016 22:06:02" Aleppo interview interrupted by bombing Our interview with Aleppo resident Lina Al Shamy was interrupted by a bombing near her location
"28.11.2016 21:47:28" news.sky.com Iranian vessel points weapon at US helicopter An Iranian vessel pointed its weapon at a US Navy helicopter in the Strait of Hormuz at the weekend, it has been revealed. An Iranian vessel pointed its weapon at a U.S. Navy helicopter in the Strait of Hormuz at the weekend
"28.11.2016 20:50:19" Kay Burley meets Timmy the Boxer Kay Burley meets Timmy the Boxer as searches for Boxer dogs spike by 160%
"28.11.2016 18:43:13" Could Lewis Hamilton be fired? Could Lewis Hamilton be facing the sack after winning the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix?
"28.11.2016 17:35:09" Girl tweets from Aleppo "Someone save me" - this little girl has been tweeting from inside Aleppo, revealing what life is like under siege
"28.11.2016 16:34:06" BREAKING: Active shooter at Ohio State University Local reports suggest seven people are in hospital following an active shooter incident at Ohio State University
"28.11.2016 16:02:17" news.sky.com Stolen thumb monkeys found - one still missing Two of three pygmy marmosets stolen from a zoo near Sydney have been found - but police are still looking for the third one. A rare baby pygmy marmoset that was stolen from an Australian wildlife park has been reunited with its mother
"28.11.2016 15:18:54" Death of Fidel Castro It's day three of national mourning in Cuba following the death of revolutionary leader Fidel Castro. Any questions about the controversial figure? Sky News' Greg Milam is live from the country's capital, Havana.
"28.11.2016 14:24:10" Cuba mourns Fidel Castro Live from Havana's Revolution Square in Cuba. Mourners are gathering to pay their respects to former leader Fidel Castro who died on Friday.
"28.11.2016 14:15:00" news.sky.com Sports Direct faces probe over deal with Mike Ashley's brother's firm A probe into the accounts of the sportswear giant is launched over its dealings with a firm owned by Mike Ashley's elder brother. Accounting watchdog investigating Sports Direct over a deal with Mike Ashley's brother's firm
"28.11.2016 13:35:33" news.sky.com 10,000 documents detailing IS terror plots found Coalition forces in northern Syria seize thousands of documents and digital files to reveal terror plots in Europe and the world. Thousands of IS documents seized in Syria revealing plots to attack Europe and other parts of the world
"28.11.2016 12:37:38" news.sky.com 'Miracle baby' rescued from drain after crash The eight-month-old is rescued with just a scratch on her forehead after being thrown 25ft from a car into a drain in a smash. This eight-month-old girl was rescued after being thrown 25ft from a car into a drain
"28.11.2016 11:26:04" Watch live: UKIP announce their new leader Watch back: Paul Nuttall is announced as the new leader of UKIP
"28.11.2016 11:00:47" news.sky.com Putin aide's wife in Holocaust skating routine The former Olympic gold medallist provokes outrage on social media with a performance based on Nazi Jewish concentration camps. Russian skaters have sparked anger by performing a routine dressed as Jewish concentration camp prisoners
"28.11.2016 10:11:42" Swipe: Bicycles with laser lights Like cycling? Take a look at the laser light that's being put on every public city bike in London. Post your questions to Sky's Gemma Morris to ask the inventor.
"28.11.2016 09:33:04" news.sky.com Suicides in prisons reach 'epidemic proportions' The significant rise in the number of prison suicides has surged against a backdrop of warnings about safety in prisons. A prisoner takes their own life every three days in England and Wales
"28.11.2016 08:42:27" news.sky.com British tourist dies in fall in Madeira amid safety fears Locals and other tourists have said the path from which a British woman fell needs more safety measures. British woman dies after falling 100m on a walking trail in Madeira
"28.11.2016 08:00:00" news.sky.com Anti-terror police deployed on London's streets Uniformed and undercover anti-terror police are going on patrol in a bid "to disrupt potential terrorist activity and crime". Anti-terrorism officers start their patrols in London
"28.11.2016 07:30:00" news.sky.com Trump: 'Illegal voters' cost me public victory The billionaire criticises the decision to hold a recount in Wisconsin, but does not offer any evidence for his claims. Donald J. Trump claims 'illegal voters' prevented him from winning the popular vote in the US presidential election
"28.11.2016 07:00:00" Outrage at Japanese ice rink aqaurium Japanese skating rink featuring thousands of dead fish frozen under the ice is branded "tasteless" by customers
"28.11.2016 06:05:36" news.sky.com PM under pressure on rights of EU citizens in UK Mrs May is to meet her Polish counterpart amid calls for clarity on the rights of Poles living in the UK after Brexit. Theresa May will come under pressure to guarantee the rights of over 800,000 Poles living in the UK
"27.11.2016 21:29:28" news.sky.com Fillon wins French presidential primary Mr Fillon now heads for a possible showdown with the far-right's Marine Le Pen, which he would win, according to the latest poll. Francois Fillon defeats Alain Juppe in French presidential primary
"27.11.2016 20:45:00" news.sky.com Murnaghan: Female MPs, Miliband and Castro Rachel Reeves describes sexism in Westminster, Damian Green makes an admission and John McDonnell is typically direct. It appears female MPs still have a few battles left to fight, following Sophy Ridge's interview with Labour's Rachel Reeves
"27.11.2016 19:45:00" news.sky.com Farage says Govt 'petty' over Trump links The interim UKIP leader argues it could be against the national interest for his close ties to the Trump camp not to be used. Nigel Farage has accused the Government of being "petty" for not ringing him about forging links with Donald J. Trump
"27.11.2016 18:45:00" news.sky.com Syrian army 'retake largest Aleppo rebel area' The capture of the Masaken Hanano district in eastern Aleppo is part of a major government offensive which is now in its 12th day. Syrian government forces claim to have retaken control of two key districts in rebel-held eastern Aleppo
"27.11.2016 17:45:00" news.sky.com Hamilton's heartache as Rosberg wins F1 title Requiring a podium finish to secure his first F1 drivers' title, the German finished second to clinch the crown ahead of Hamilton. Nico Rosberg has been crowned Formula One world champion
"27.11.2016 16:45:00" Professor Green opens up about his depression Professor Green opens up about growing up with depression, and believes men aren't as emotionally developed as they should be to handle such mental health issues
"27.11.2016 16:00:00" news.sky.com Zac Goldsmith refuses to rule out Tory return The Heathrow rebel insists his sole aim is winning the seat he quit and vows to be an independent "through this Parliament". Zac Goldsmith has refused to rule out a future return to the Conservative Party
"27.11.2016 15:15:00" news.sky.com Social care cash shortfall 'devastating' Pressure grows on the Government over the lack of extra investment amid warnings the crisis cannot be ignored. The Government is facing mounting criticism after failing to earmark more cash for social care in the Autumn Statement
"27.11.2016 14:36:53" news.sky.com Who could face Marine Le Pen in French showdown? Whoever wins the run-off to spearhead the centre-right presidential bid is likely to go up against the National Front leader. Conservatives in France are choosing which of two former prime ministers will be their candidate in next year's presidential election
"27.11.2016 13:47:58" news.sky.com Bosses told to bring back Christmas traditions Employers should stop worrying about offending other faiths and adopt a "common sense" approach, the equalities watchdog says. Festive parties, cards and the Lord's Prayer should all be a feature of Christmas in the office, the equalities watchdog has said
"27.11.2016 13:00:00" Trapped toddler rescued from washing machine This two-year old girl got stuck in a washing machine, but was luckily rescued and freed from the home appliance by firefighters in China
"27.11.2016 12:15:00" news.sky.com Workers to have a say on CEO pay under new plans Ministers will outline plans to shake-up boardrooms as figures show CEO remuneration has rapidly outstripped average workers' pay. "More Marxist anti-business ideas. These Tories...." - Ed Miliband's tweet about Government plans to curb excessive corporate pay
"27.11.2016 11:41:17" Professor Green discusses men's mental health Rapper Professor Green gave us insight into his life and music, as well as the mental health challenges men struggle with and how to overcome them.
"27.11.2016 10:15:00" Are kids at risk of predators on mobile app? A flirting app similar to Tinder could be used by predators to make contact with children
"27.11.2016 09:30:00" news.sky.com Bus caught in sinkhole as major incident declared The coach becomes trapped after a high street in Lewisham is flooded, with witnesses describing the road as a "river". Passengers on a coach had to be rescued by firefighters, after the vehicle got stuck in a sinkhole in Lewisham
"27.11.2016 08:47:42" Is your bank card about to become digital? This digital bank card could help tackle online card fraud in the future
"27.11.2016 07:56:53" news.sky.com May admits Brexit difficulty in personal interview The Prime Minister opens up about her faith, childhood and which issues are keeping her awake at night in a newspaper interview. "We need to get on with the terms of Brexit. And I'm very conscious of that," Theresa May has said in a newspaper interview
"26.11.2016 22:50:32" news.sky.com Designer's son burns £5m of punk memorabilia Joe Corre, son of Malcolm McLaren and Dame Vivienne Westwood, says punk is being used to "sell you something you don't need". The son of Sex Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren and fashion designer Dame Vivienne Westwood has set fire to millions of pounds worth of punk memorabilia, saying punk "has become another marketing tool".
"26.11.2016 20:00:00" news.sky.com 'Impossible' to do Brexit deal in two years Enda Kenny says a transition deal will be needed because two years is not enough to finalise the terms of the UK's exit. Ireland's prime minister says it will be "impossible" for the UK to agree a full Brexit deal within the two years set out in Article 50
"26.11.2016 19:00:00" Just The Two Of Us mashup Donald J. Trump and Nigel Farage have teamed up again, this time for this week's The Pledge mashup
"26.11.2016 18:00:00" news.sky.com Obama offers 'hand of friendship' to Cubans Barack Obama says he is "extending the hand of friendship to the Cuban people" after the death of Fidel Castro. Barack Obama says he is "extending the hand of friendship to the Cuban people" after the death of Fidel Castro
"26.11.2016 17:15:00" Eat up, up and in a sleigh with Santa Fancy dining with Santa Claus in his sleigh... 35 metres above the ground?
"26.11.2016 15:53:30" Sex Pistols memorabilia goes up in flames More than £5m worth of punk memorabilia has been set alight by Joe Corre, the son of Sex Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood. He says it's to protest the mainstream appropriation of punk culture. Sky News' Rebecca
"26.11.2016 15:30:00" news.sky.com Petition filed to recount US election votes Experts say there is little chance of overturning the result, but the call could fuel debate over the validity of Trump's victory. A petition to recount the presidential votes cast in Wisconsin has been filed by the US Green Party's leader
"26.11.2016 14:45:00" news.sky.com Five dead, three missing in NZ boat mystery A dangerous sandbar and bad weather could be factors in the vanishing of a "flaming good" fishing vessel. Five people are thought to have died and three others are missing after a boat went missing in New Zealand
"26.11.2016 14:00:00" news.sky.com Russia in spat with Ukraine over missile test Russia says its seas will be violated, but Ukraine says it will not be deterred by "hysterics and provocations". Moscow has protested against plans by Ukraine to carry out missile tests near Crimea
"26.11.2016 13:11:05" Fidel Castro: Legendary hero or cruel dictator? Fidel Castro - was he a force for good or a brutal dictator?
"26.11.2016 12:12:01" Bird's-eye view of Black(out) Friday in London A blackout on #BlackFriday - what are the chances? Here's a look at how the power cut affected London's Oxford Street on one of the biggest shopping days of the year.
"26.11.2016 11:41:15" news.sky.com Fidel Castro: A thorn in the side of the US Domestic policies and foreign embargoes steadily crippled the Cuban economy - but Castro remained untouchable. Fidel Castro survived numerous assassination plots by US intelligence services including one plan to poison his cigar
"26.11.2016 10:45:00" news.sky.com Doctor reveals death threats after Mourinho bust-up The former Chelsea FC doctor says she believes that sexism is the least challenged form of discrimination in football. Former Chelsea FC doctor Eva Carneiro has revealed she was subjected to death threats following her departure from the club
"26.11.2016 10:00:00" news.sky.com Premier League backs LGBT rainbow laces campaign Stonewall's chief executive says fans are starting to understand that homophobia "is not an ok part of football culture". This weekend, Premier League teams will show their support for gay fans and players by displaying giant rainbow flags
"26.11.2016 09:15:00" news.sky.com Castro: 'A revolution is not a bed of roses' Fidel Castro maintained his grip on power for five decades. Here are some of the outspoken leader's most memorable quotes. "A revolution is not a bed of roses." Here are some of Fidel Castro's most memorable quotes from the last five decades.
"26.11.2016 08:30:09" news.sky.com Britons could pay to keep EU perks after Brexit The European Parliament's lead Brexit negotiator backs plans to let UK citizens "opt in" individually to EU membership. UK citizens may be able to "opt in" individually to EU membership after Brexit under plans being considered by MEPs
"26.11.2016 05:53:31" news.sky.com Former Cuban president Fidel Castro dies Former Cuban President Fidel Castro has died, according to Reuters news agency. Former Cuban President Fidel Castro has died aged 90
"25.11.2016 21:59:53" news.sky.com Jaguar Land Rover boss says it wants to build electric cars in the UK The move could create an extra 10,000 jobs, but the Midlands car giant says it must overcome "infrastructure and capacity issues". Britain's biggest carmaker says it wants to make electric vehicles in the West Midlands
"25.11.2016 21:27:19" news.sky.com Mystery over missing jogger found at side of road in California Sherri Papini, who disappeared three weeks ago, was found bound with restraints. Police are trying to work out who abducted a Californian mum who went missing for three weeks
"25.11.2016 20:40:58" news.sky.com Power cut plunges West End into darkness The famous Piccadilly Circus billboards are hit by the blackout as pictures on social media show the eerily dark streets of Soho. Black Friday! Power cut affects some well known areas in London
"25.11.2016 20:07:21" Iceland - frozen country or frozen food? Iceland - frozen food or frozen country?
"25.11.2016 19:06:13" news.sky.com Vladimir Putin grants action hero Steven Seagal a Russian passport The Russian president says he hopes the "small gesture" toward the actor and director will help improve relations with the US. Action hero Steven Seagal meets the so-called action man Vladamir Putin
"25.11.2016 18:05:47" Teaching MPs to be tech-savvy Should MPs get training to be more tech-savvy so they can do their job more effectively?
"25.11.2016 17:07:57" 'Impossible' to do Brexit deal in two years Why it'll be impossible for the UK and EU to reach a Brexit deal in two years according to Ireland's Prime Minister Enda Kenny
"25.11.2016 16:25:19" news.sky.com Erdogan threatens to open Turkey's border with Europe to migrants Calls to halt negotiations with Ankara angers the country's leader, who warns of triggering a fresh influx of refugees. Turkey's president issues the ultimatum to the EU after MEPs backed freezing membership talks
"25.11.2016 15:45:00" news.sky.com Off-duty police officer has face slashed with knife at HMV store in Leeds The officer suffered slash wounds to his neck, face and hand after confronting a suspected shoplifter. A 36-year-old man, from Leeds, has been arrested in connection with the attack.
"25.11.2016 15:06:00" news.sky.com Tony Blair says Britain's EU exit can be stopped The former PM says the public could change their minds, as Sir John Major backs the idea of a second referendum on the exit deal. Tony Blair says the public could stop the process of leaving the EU if it doesn't "stack up"
"25.11.2016 14:30:00" Serial killer Stephen Port jailed for life Serial killer Stephen Port will spend the rest of his life behind bars for the murders of four young men
"25.11.2016 13:48:00" E-cigarette explodes in man's pocket Watch the moment an e-cigarette explodes repeatedly in the pocket of this man in New York
"25.11.2016 12:54:26" Wildfires in Israel Wildfires have ripped through Israel's third largest city, Haifa. There are some suggestions the fires could be part of a politically motivated attack. Sky's Alex Rossi has been answering your questions.
"25.11.2016 12:34:38" Dangers of driving while on your phone Why using your mobile phone while driving isn't a good idea
"25.11.2016 12:04:26" news.sky.com Dozens killed in deadly train crash in Iran Footage shows carriages on fire after two passenger trains collide in northern Iran. At least 31 people have died as two passenger trains crashed in Northern Iran
"25.11.2016 11:21:43" Cancer mum's wishes hit the big screen This mother's last few weeks living with cancer were spent making a wish-list for her sons once she had died
"25.11.2016 10:50:31" news.sky.com Sky Views: Got a pension? Save while you can So here's some cast-iron financial advice: save as much as possible into your workplace pension while you can. Started thinking seriously about your pension? Sky's business presenter explains why you should in Sky Views.
"25.11.2016 10:10:00" Illegal fireworks detonated in Peru 20 tonnes of illegal fireworks have been detonated in Peru
"25.11.2016 09:30:00" Black Friday frenzy Shoppers got a little feisty at a Walmart store in Mississippi during #BlackFriday
"25.11.2016 09:00:00" The Point: Male Suicide "For years men have been fed social expectations that they should be strong and self-reliant."
Male suicide is one of the biggest killers of men under 45 in the UK.
"25.11.2016 08:24:00" Black Friday It's Black Friday. British shoppers are expected to spend a record £2 billion in 24 hours. Sky's Adele Robinson is live from Amazon's warehouse in Peterborough. Post any questions you have below.
"25.11.2016 07:16:01" news.sky.com Manhunt after attack at monks' retirement home The French Gendarmerie says an elderly woman was stabbed and found bound and gagged outside the home in Montferrier-sur-Lez. An elderly woman has died after a monks' retirement home was attacked by an armed man in southern France
"25.11.2016 06:25:42" news.sky.com Will websites cope with Black Friday rush? Some retailers saw their sites buckle under record traffic last year - with keen shoppers set to spend £2.3m a minute today. It's #BlackFriday, with British shoppers expected to spend a record £2 billion in just 24 hours
"24.11.2016 23:07:23" news.sky.com Armed man breaks into retirement home for monks At least two people have died after an armed man burst into a retirement home for monks near Montpellier, according to AFP. An elderley woman has died after an armed man burst into a retirement home for monks near Montpellier, according to reports
"24.11.2016 21:53:40" news.sky.com Tens of thousands flee Israel wildfires A senior police officer says some of the fires could have been started deliberately in politically motivated attacks. The Israeli government has declared a state of emergency
"24.11.2016 20:52:27" The Pledge Was it right for musical theatre actor Brandon Dixon to deliver a message to vice-president-elect Mike Pence, who was sat in the audience, after the show? #ThePledge panel debate the issue.
"24.11.2016 20:23:25" The Pledge "You cannot be as successful as Donald Trump and be on your own," says James Caan CBE, looking at the President-elect's team. Do you agree? #ThePledge Will Donald J. Trump's team make him a success during his time as US President?
"24.11.2016 20:23:11" news.sky.com Earthquake hits Pacific coast amid hurricane An earthquake of magnitude 7 has hit the Pacific coast as a hurricane ravages Central America from the Caribbean. An earthquake of magnitude 7 has hit the Pacific coast as a hurricane ravages Central America from the Caribbean
"24.11.2016 20:15:40" The Pledge "As much as I dislike Tony Blair and I don't trust him, actually we might need him," says Greg Dyke. Do you agree? #ThePledge Do Remainers need Tony Blair to help with Brexit negotiations? The Pledge panel discuss the issue on tonight's show.
"24.11.2016 20:08:21" The Pledge Does becoming more famous to the population make you a more effective and better politician? #ThePledge panel look at Ed Balls and his success on Strictly Come Dancing. The Pledge panel debate whether Ed Balls' Strictly Come Dancing fame could help him to be a more effective politician.
"24.11.2016 18:18:47" The Pledge The perfect duo? Donald J. Trump and Nigel Farage pair up for this week's #ThePledge mashup.
Tune into Sky News tonight at 8pm for the latest debate. Donald J. Trump and Nigel Farage feature in this week's The Pledge mashup
"24.11.2016 18:09:50" news.sky.com Sir Cliff Richard to release Christmas single The festive song will be taken from the veteran singer's first album since an investigation into sex allegations was dropped. Sir Cliff Richard is set to release a new Christmas single as he makes his musical comeback
"24.11.2016 17:15:15" Satellites show North Korea prison camps A glimpse into the North Korea that Kim Jong-Un doesn't want you to see
"24.11.2016 16:50:26" Austalian man in his "jocks" chases down runaway driver An Australian man in his "jocks" has given the best have-a-go hero interview you'll hear in 2016
"24.11.2016 16:00:00" Is Black Friday a rip-off? It's #BlackFriday tomorrow - but consumer group Which? says the deals offered might not be bargains after all
"24.11.2016 15:29:44" news.sky.com UK wages won't grow for a decade, IFS warns Pay in real terms will still be below 2008 levels by 2021 after a sharp deterioration in the outlook, says a leading think-tank. UK households are facing their worst period for earnings growth since the Second World War
"24.11.2016 15:27:26" news.sky.com BNP donations outstrip UKIP, figures show The far-right party says it has seen donations rise because of its policy of encouraging donors to bequeath their estates. The BNP received more cash than UKIP in the third quarter of the year
"24.11.2016 13:58:13" UK's first cyber college at Bletchley Park Bletchley Park, the home of the Enigma codebreakers, is to become home to UK's first National College of Cyber Security. Sky's Adele Robinson is there and has been answering your questions.
"24.11.2016 13:15:01" news.sky.com Reasons to be upset on Thanksgiving: Sky Views US Correspondent Hannah Thomas-Peter Thanksgiving, Native Americans and Standing Rock: Our US correspondent Hannah Thomas-Peter writes in Sky Views
"24.11.2016 12:37:20" The Pledge Strictly Come Dancing, Ed Balls and Donald Trump - Nick, Greg and Afua from the #ThePledge pick your questions to answer from the goldfish bowl Strictly Come Dancing, Ed Balls and Donald J. Trump - Nick, Greg and Afua from the #ThePledge pick your questions to answer from the goldfish bowl
"24.11.2016 12:15:00" Know the drone code If you know someone who has a drone, they'll need to know the new drone code
"24.11.2016 11:43:00" Obama pardons turkey Barack Obama has pardoned his last Turkey as President of the United States
"24.11.2016 11:07:00" Los Angeles glowing traffic jam Is this congestion on a whole new level? Aerial footage shows a glowing traffic jam in Los Angeles, California
"24.11.2016 10:14:55" North Korea's prison camps New satellite images suggest North Korea is continuing to maintain and invest in its network of prison camps for political prisoners. Sky's Asia correspondent Katie Stallard is live in Beijing answering your questions. Post them in the comments below.
"24.11.2016 09:09:18" World record basketball shot How about this for a basketball shot? This now stands in the Guinness World Records as the highest shot ever.
"24.11.2016 08:10:53" news.sky.com At least 40 killed in scaffolding collapse Several people are thought to be trapped in debris after the accident at a power plant in Fengcheng. Update: At least 67 people have been killed after scaffolding collapsed at a building site in eastern China
"24.11.2016 07:06:05" Dolphin rescue in Brazil People in Brazil jumped to the rescue of this stranded dolphin
"24.11.2016 06:06:39" news.sky.com Farage holds 'revolution' party at the Ritz The politician says for those not happy with Brexit and "The Donald's" triumph, "it's going to get a bloody sight worse". Nigel Farage hails 2016 as 'year of big revolution' at a party held at the Ritz
"23.11.2016 22:30:23" Nigel Farage calls 2016 the year of revolution Nigel Farage hails 2016 as "the year of the big political revolution" and says it's going to get a lot worse for those unhappy with it
"23.11.2016 22:30:00" news.sky.com Tallest waterslide to be demolished after death Operators for the Schlitterbahn water park in Kansas have said it is "the only proper course of action" following the tragedy. The world's tallest waterslide is to be demolished following the death of a 10-year-old boy
"23.11.2016 21:44:00" news.sky.com Tycoon could face court wrangle over yacht The Pensions Regulator said it was "relentlessly" pursuing the best outcome for retirement scheme members hit by BHS's collapse. The superyacht is reportedly worth £100 million
"23.11.2016 21:25:42" One word responses to the Autumn Statement This is how people in Manchester reacted to the Autumn Statement. Leave your one word responses in the comments
"23.11.2016 20:16:40" news.sky.com Husband: Jo's death will build 'wall of tolerance' Brendan Cox says those who seek to divide by using hate will be responded to with love - "like Jo did". The husband of murdered MP Jo Cox has said her death will build an "unassailable wall of ... tolerance"
"23.11.2016 17:51:25" How will the Autumn Statement affect your wallet? Sky's Ed Conway is live answering your questions. Post them below.
"23.11.2016 16:14:03" Grindr serial killer found guilty of four murders Serial killer Stephen Port, who sought gay men on the dating app Grindr, has been found guilty of four murders
"23.11.2016 15:48:21" Autumn Statement: Investment in infrastructure A £23 billion fund for innovation and infrastructure has been promised by Philip Hammond in today's Autumn Statement. Sky's Charlotte Lomas is live from Guhring factory in Birmingham. Post any questions you have below.
"23.11.2016 15:41:18" Circular rainbow This circular rainbow was captured from the Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth
"23.11.2016 15:09:10" Autumn Statement reaction Philip Hammond has delivered his first Autumn Statement. Was it influenced by Brexit? Sky News' James Matthews is live with a panel in Manchester gauging reaction. Post any questions you have below.
"23.11.2016 14:01:40" The husband of murdered MP Jo Cox says their children "have Jo's spirit"
"23.11.2016 12:39:05" The 2016 Autumn Statement Watch back: Chancellor Philip Hammond promises 'new chapter' for UK as he delivers Autumn Statement
"23.11.2016 12:35:33" Neo-Nazi guilty of murdering MP Jo Cox Neo-Nazi Thomas Mair has been found guilty of the murder of MP Jo Cox
"23.11.2016 12:01:21" PMQs ahead of Chancellor's Autumn Statement #PMQs: Watch Theresa May take questions in the House of Commons before Philip Hammond's #AutumnStatement at 12.30pm
"23.11.2016 11:30:27" In the market for an Autumn Statement We're in a Christmas market to ask shoppers what gift they'd like from the Chancellor in his Autumn Statement. Post your questions below for our Business Correspondent Charlotte Lomas
"23.11.2016 11:08:28" Alcohol warning on trains A man climbs down onto train tracks after arguing with police at a train station.
This bodycam footage has been released as part of a warning about alcohol-related incidents on the trains around the Christmas period
"23.11.2016 10:00:01" Ellen's White House mannequin fail When your #mannequinchallenge features Robert De Niro and Tom Hanks, you don't expect mistakes.
We count five errors in this attempt. How many can you spot?
"23.11.2016 09:31:00" news.sky.com A message to so-called 'journalists': Sky Views By Foreign Affairs Editor Sam Kiley "Sometimes I despise what they say. But I would die for their right to say it." Our Foreign Affairs Editor Sam Kiley writes in Sky Views
"23.11.2016 09:30:00" news.sky.com Heinz advert canned over tin safety fears An advertising watchdog says consumers making their own version of the song are at risk of cutting their hands on open tins. A Heinz baked beans advert has been banned because of health and safety
"23.11.2016 09:00:00" news.sky.com French terror suspects: Theme park among targets One of the suspects, a school official, is thought to have travelled to Syria during school holidays to learn combat techniques. A theme park was among the targets listed by terror suspects arrested in France at the weekend, reports say
"23.11.2016 08:28:00" Cat spends nine days up a pole This cat was rescued after spending nine days up a pole
"23.11.2016 06:50:27" Obama's medals for stars Ellen DeGeneres Diana Ross and Tom Hanks have all been given medals by Barack Obama
"23.11.2016 06:07:44" news.sky.com Autumn Statement to target wages and homes Measures aimed at boosting living standards and a ban on upfront letting fees will form key parts of the Autumn Statement. Housing, letting fees and our roads: The changes due in the Chancellor's Autumn Statement
"22.11.2016 21:41:21" news.sky.com 'Amazingly rare' dodo skeleton sells at auction The composite skeleton of the flightless bird, which is 95% complete, is one of just 12 in existence around the world. An "amazingly rare" composite dodo skeleton has sold for more than £346,000 at auction
"22.11.2016 20:46:48" news.sky.com Case dropped against Brit who reported 'rape' The alleged victim was accused of having extramarital sex after saying she was raped while on holiday. A woman arrested for having extramarital sex after she claimed she was raped by two men in Dubai will not face trial
"22.11.2016 20:01:54" Do you know what's going on with the economy? Do people know what's going on with the economy? We've been to find out ahead of tomorrow's Autumn Statement
"22.11.2016 18:42:59" As the Chancellor prepares to deliver his first Autumn Statement tomorrow, Sky's Economics Editor Ed Conway is here to gives us his best guess on what's likely to be inside Philip Hammond's red box. Post your questions in the comments below.
"22.11.2016 18:41:24" Syria chemical attack victim "Will I die miss?" This terrified Syrian boy appears to have been the victim of an alleged chemical attack
"22.11.2016 17:11:33" news.sky.com Trump 'will not pursue Clinton email probe' Mr Trump called Mrs Clinton "crooked Hillary" during campaign rallies and crowds chanted "lock her up" in response. Donald J. Trump will not call for further investigations into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server
"22.11.2016 16:27:15" news.sky.com Mob of schoolchildren kick London police officer in the head The officer suffered serious bruising after the children punched and kicked him as he and a colleague tried to search a suspect. Police are appealing for witnesses who are said to have filmed the attack
"22.11.2016 14:58:14" Snoop Dogg reacts to Kanye West's infamous on stage rant Snoop Dogg reacts to Kanye West's infamous on stage rant
"22.11.2016 13:51:56" news.sky.com Weak pound to push up price of electrical goods AO World says retailers cannot avoid passing on higher costs to customers after the plunge in sterling since the Brexit vote. Washing machines and fridges could become more expensive next year due to the fall in the pound
"22.11.2016 12:49:02" news.sky.com 'Terror risk' at Christmas markets in Europe American citizens are warned to avoid large crowds and be vigilant when visiting tourist sites over the holiday season. The US has warned of "heightened" terror risk at Christmas markets across Europe
"22.11.2016 11:59:00" news.sky.com Prince Harry and Meghan Markle invited to honeymoon in Antigua Prince Harry appeared to grimace at the comments made by the prime minister of Antigua They've only been dating for two months!
"22.11.2016 11:08:38" news.sky.com School bus crash in US kills six children Officials are warning the number of fatalities may increase, as speed is investigated as a contributing factor to the crash. Six children have been killed in a school bus crash in Tennessee
"22.11.2016 10:30:00" Bieber joins up with Barca Is Justin Bieber lining up a career change? He joined up with Neymar Jr. and Luis Suarez for a kick around with FC Barcelona
"22.11.2016 09:50:15" Flash foods across Britain post Storm Angus There has been flash flooding across England and Wales overnight. Heavy downpours have been caused by Storm Angus. Sky News' Frazer Maude is live from Stalybridge, Greater Manchester. Post your questions below.
"22.11.2016 09:00:00" Autumn Statement: Pulling a rabbit out of the hat? Will any rabbits be pulled out of the hat in this year's Autumn Statement?
"22.11.2016 08:20:00" news.sky.com Kanye West 'in hospital with sleep deprivation' The LA Police Department confirms officers were sent to the star's house but the incident was deemed a "medical emergency". A day after cancelling his world tour, Kanye West has been taken to hospital with sleep deprivation
"22.11.2016 07:30:00" Storm Angus: Flash floods hit UK Storm Angus has caused flash flooding across many parts of England and Wales
"22.11.2016 06:43:49" news.sky.com Trump: Farage would 'do great job' as ambassador Despite high praise from the President-elect, Mr Farage has said recently that he doesn't think he is the "ambassadorial type". Donald J. Trump has backed Nigel Farage to be appointed as Britain's ambassador to the US
"22.11.2016 06:04:08" news.sky.com Fresh weather warnings in wake of Storm Angus Travel disruption is expected in this morning's rush hour as areas flooded by Storm Angus begin to assess the damage. Heavy downpours and strong winds are expected to continue across the UK in the wake of Storm Angus
"21.11.2016 23:38:27" news.sky.com Trump to withdraw US from major trade deal Donald Trump says he will issue an executive action on his first day in office to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Donald J. Trump says he will issue an executive action on his first day in office to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership
"21.11.2016 23:33:09" Judy Murray is one very proud mum With two sons at the top of world rankings, Judy Murray is one very proud mum
"21.11.2016 22:02:04" news.sky.com Tsunami warning for Fukushima after earthquake A tsunami warning for waves up to three metres has been issued after a 7.3 magnitude earthquake hit northeastern Japan. A tsunami warning for waves up to three metres has been issued after a 7.3 magnitude earthquake hit northeastern Japan
"21.11.2016 19:44:47" news.sky.com Iconic London nightclub Fabric to reopen The London club agrees to having covert surveillance - and anyone found with drugs will get a lifetime ban. London nightclub Fabric is to reopen - less than three months after its licence was revoked
"21.11.2016 18:40:00" news.sky.com Kanye West abruptly cancels rest of world tour Kanye West has abruptly cancelled the rest of his world tour, concert promoters have said. Kanye West has abruptly cancelled the rest of his world tour
"21.11.2016 17:53:29" news.sky.com Judge to new citizens: Leave if you don't like Trump "He will be your President, and if you do not like that you need to go to another country," a US judge tells new US citizens. An American judge has told new US citizens that if they do not like President-elect Donald J. Trump they "need to go to another country"
"21.11.2016 16:21:27" news.sky.com Former UKIP leader Diane James quits party The embattled party suffers another blow as Diane James says she is quitting, just over a month after giving up the leadership. Former UKIP leader Diane James MEP has announced she has quit the party
"21.11.2016 16:21:01" Cars submerged as heavy rain hits Britain Flooding in Bristol has left several cars underwater after heavy rain over the weekend. Forecasters predict more bad weather is on the way. Sky's Laura Bundock is there and has been showing us how bad the flooding is.
"21.11.2016 16:01:19" news.sky.com Flood warnings as more heavy rain hits Britain Residents in the southwest and north of England have been told to be prepared as the bad weather is set to continue into Tuesday. The Environment Agency is warning people in the southwest and north of England to be prepared
"21.11.2016 15:01:19" Pure gold Christmas tree How much are you planning to spend on your Christmas tree? Here's one that costs £1.4 million!
"21.11.2016 14:31:50" news.sky.com Parking bays becoming larger to fit the modern car The rising number of big cars on British streets may be causing more car-parking accidents, amid calls for larger parking bays. Is your car too big for the average car park space?
"21.11.2016 13:54:25" news.sky.com Russia plans to move missiles closer to Europe Russia will redeploy its S-400 and Iskander missiles to the Kaliningrad region, which borders Poland and Lithuania. Russia President Vladimir Putin says he's taking action over concerns about what NATO is doing
"21.11.2016 12:43:29" news.sky.com Proud Judy Murray hails sons as 'kings of tennis' Judy Murray celebrates by sharing old pictures of Andy and Jamie after the two finish the season at the top of the rankings. "The kings of world tennis": Judy Murray tweets pictures of Andy Murray and Jamie Murray
"21.11.2016 11:43:24" news.sky.com Strictly dancer's teeth broken in attack The 26-year-old was ambushed as he walked to a nightclub in Blackpool with show colleagues Aljaz Skorjanec and Neil Jones. Strictly dancer Gorka Marquez was attacked and his teeth were broken in Blackpool this weekend
"21.11.2016 11:11:02" news.sky.com Police foil planned terror attack in France Police have arrested seven people to foil a planned terror attack in France, the interior minister has said. Police have foiled a planned terror attack in France
"21.11.2016 10:28:09" news.sky.com In defence of 'undemocratic' electoral systems: Sky Views By Economics Editor Ed Conway Winning the vote versus winning the election: Our Economics Editor writes in Sky Views
"21.11.2016 10:01:02" news.sky.com Black Friday: Do you know your rights? Online shops only have to guarantee a 14-day window for the return of items, compared to the 30 days offered by retail stores. Some British shoppers don't know their Black Friday rights, consumer group Which? says
"21.11.2016 09:35:46" Drone shows land torn apart by quake A 30km (18 mile)-long rupture in the earth caused by the Kaikoura earthquake in New Zealand.
The crack is two metres deep and 10 metres wide in places
"21.11.2016 08:00:00" Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier in 360° Take our 360° tour of the Royal Navy's new aircraft carriers - the biggest ships to ever sail in the fleet.
MPs are warning the Navy doesn't have enough warships to protect these new aircraft carriers
"21.11.2016 07:30:01" news.sky.com Facebook to increase UK staff by 50% in 2017 The expansion will coincide with the opening of the company's new London headquarters, currently under development in Fitzrovia. Facebook wants to hire more people in the UK
"21.11.2016 07:00:00" Green Day v Trump: Band changes lyrics "No Trump! No KKK! No Fascist USA!": Green Day changed their lyrics at the American Music Awards
"21.11.2016 06:30:00" news.sky.com Police sergeant shot in face in ambush attack The shooting of the critically injured officer in Missouri follows a similar ambush earlier in Texas, which left a detective dead. A police officer has been shot in the face in St Louis, Missouri in what looks like an ambush
"21.11.2016 06:03:49" news.sky.com Calls to legalise cannabis to boost tax income A cross party group backs a report that wants the UK to follow several states in the US where use of the drug is now allowed. Cannabis should be legalised in Britain, a group of MPs says
"20.11.2016 21:43:36" news.sky.com Sarkozy concedes defeat in French vote Nicolas Sarkozy has conceded defeat following a vote to choose the centre-right candidate for French president. Ex-President Nicolas Sarkozy has conceded defeat in the French Republican presidential primary
"20.11.2016 20:39:09" news.sky.com Murray still top after win against Djokovic Andy Murray has finished the year as world No 1 after beating Novak Djokovic in straight sets in the World Tour Final. Andy Murray will finish 2016 as number one in the world
"20.11.2016 19:58:30" Girl knocked over by pick-up truck People jumped to the rescue of this cyclist who was knocked over and trapped by a pick-up truck in China.
The girl was taken to hospital after suffering injuries on her face and leg which were not life-threatening.
"20.11.2016 18:49:37" news.sky.com High turnout in French presidential primary France is bracing for the possibility of President Le Pen - for now, voters must decide who could oppose her in the 2017 election. Turnout is high in France's first-ever conservative presidential primary
"20.11.2016 17:39:34" Arizona wingsuit racing championships Jumping out of the sky from 8,000 ft? The world of wingsuit flying has a new champion.
"20.11.2016 16:45:36" news.sky.com Chancellor warns of 'eye-watering' Brexit debt Philip Hammond admits there is no clarity on future trading arrangements as he says forecasts show "inflation is back". Chancellor Philip Hammond predicts "eye-wateringly" large Brexit debt
"20.11.2016 15:13:10" news.sky.com Angela Merkel to seek re-election next year Mrs Merkel has already led her country for 11 years and has told party officials that she wants to run again. Will she be back for a fourth term?
"20.11.2016 14:01:25" news.sky.com At least 100 killed as train derails in India Many passengers are said to be trapped in the wreckage after 14 carriages of an express train left the tracks. A train has derailed in northern India, killing at least 100 people
"20.11.2016 12:30:00" Fishing & Brexit: 10 days at sea He spent 10 days at sea to learn about the fishing industry and how trawlermen feel about Brexit
"20.11.2016 11:49:36" news.sky.com Ship in trouble off Dover as Storm Angus hits UK Up to 2,000 homes in Devon are without power after heavy rain and strong winds battered the coast, causing some flooding. A cargo ship is in trouble off Dover as Storm Angus sweeps across southern England
"20.11.2016 10:45:00" news.sky.com Trump demands apology from Broadway actors The US President-elect claims the cast of Hamilton "harassed' Mike Pence from the stage and were "very rude". Donald J. Trump says the cast of Hamilton: An American Musical should apologise to Mike Pence
"20.11.2016 10:00:42" Back on land after 10 days at sea How fishermen feel about Brexit: Sky's Joe Tidy has spent 10 days at sea with trawlermen to learn about the industry and the crew's feelings on the EU. He's back on land now. Post your questions below
"20.11.2016 09:00:00" news.sky.com Cornwall considers more bans on second homes The High Court's backing for a plan by St Ives to reserve new homes for local people looks set to inspire more county villages. Ever dreamed of a second home in Cornwall? More areas of the county could soon ban them
"20.11.2016 08:15:00" Astronauts hug as new crew arrives at ISS Astronauts hug as a new crew arrives at the International Space Station
"20.11.2016 07:30:01" Cracking down on drug cheats This cyclist got three drug cheats banned after refusing to take his 'vitamins'.
Look in the comments to read how infighting could jeopardise the fight against doping
"20.11.2016 06:45:00" news.sky.com Bournemouth footballer robbed at knifepoint Scotland Yard say detectives are investigating the attack on Jordan Ibe, which took place near Surrey Quays in southeast London. AFC Bournemouth midfielder Jordon Ibe has been robbed at knifepoint after thieves rammed his car
"20.11.2016 06:10:31" news.sky.com Baby born to mother killed in drive-by shooting The child is described as healthy after hospital doctors perform an emergency C-section on the lifeless body of his mother. Doctors had just 30 seconds to perform an emergency C-section and the child is now healthy
"19.11.2016 22:08:01" Cars swallowed by Algerian sinkhole 11 people have been injured after a large sinkhole swallowed five cars on a road in the Algerian capital, Algiers
"19.11.2016 21:42:33" news.sky.com Kim Jong-un watches women in military drills North Korea's leader watches an artillery exercise by female soldiers - with one group seeming to be on the verge of mobbing him. Pictures have been released of North Korea's leader overseeing a military contest for female soldiers
"19.11.2016 20:37:31" news.sky.com Russia demands answers on why Swiss jets flanked APEC plane The airliner, which was carrying Russian officials, was surrounded in the air as it travelled over Switzerland. Russia wants to know why a government airliner was buzzed by three Swiss fighter jets
"19.11.2016 19:51:29" news.sky.com Heathrow protesters arrested after blocking road Activists protesting at the airport's expansion say the project is at the expense of some of the poorest people in the world. Police arrest 15 people who lay down in front of traffic on a road near Heathrow
"19.11.2016 18:29:45" news.sky.com Mitt Romney meeting Donald Trump for talks over possible cabinet role Mitt Romney has begun talks with Donald J. Trump, amid speculation he could be made Secretary of State.
"19.11.2016 17:32:22" news.sky.com 'Catastrophic day' for Aleppo as rescuers run out of bodybags An "unprecedented" assault by government troops inflicts huge damage on the rebel-held city as residents begin to die of hunger. Relentless bombing in east Aleppo has killed at least 27 people
"19.11.2016 16:31:16" Tribute to Croydon tram crash victims Crystal Palace and Manchester City fans fall silent to pay tribute to the seven victims of the Croydon tram crash
"19.11.2016 16:00:00" news.sky.com Cartoonist faces jail after falsely claiming he created Kung Fu Panda An artist tried to sue producers for taking his idea - but it turned out he was the one who had copied a Disney colouring book. Jayme Gordon is said to have copied pictures from a Lion King colouring book
"19.11.2016 15:17:04" news.sky.com Storm Angus: Warning of 80mph gusts for southeast UK Many areas of England and Wales could see heavy rain when the first named storm of the season moves in from the English Channel. The first named storm of the season - Storm Angus - is due to hit the UK later tonight
"19.11.2016 14:36:53" Life at sea: On a fishing trawler to find out about Brexit Spending nine days at sea... and counting! Sky's Joe Tidy has been living and working on a trawler to find out more about the fishing industry and how the workers feel about Brexit. Post your questions below
"19.11.2016 13:46:43" Students protest against fees and rising costs Hundreds of students have gathered in central London to protest against tuition fees and the rising costs of higher education. Post your questions below for Sky's Laura Bundock
"19.11.2016 13:32:58" Storm Angus is first named storm of the season Storm Angus is the first named storm of the season. Where will it hit and what are future storms due to be called? Post your questions below for Sky's Weather Presenter Nazaneen Ghaffar
"19.11.2016 11:40:11" news.sky.com Trump settles university lawsuit for $25m The President-elect avoids a trial by paying damages to students who felt let down after trying to learn his business secrets. Donald J. Trump has agreed to pay $25m (£20m) to settle a series of lawsuits against Trump University
"19.11.2016 10:45:00" Tour Trump's home in New York Take a tour of Donald J. Trump's home in New York
"19.11.2016 10:00:00" Trump's The Power of Love mashup The Pledge's 80s-themed mashup sees Donald J. Trump go Back to the Future with his version of The Power of Love
"19.11.2016 09:02:16" Foam takes over city The streets are covered in foam in this Californian city
"19.11.2016 07:30:00" Actors' message to Vice President-elect The next Vice President of the US went to see a Broadway show - and the actors had a message for him
"19.11.2016 06:43:50" news.sky.com Is this what Trump meant by 'draining the swamp'? Sky Views By US Correspondent Hannah Thomas-Peter Is this what Donald J. Trump meant by 'draining the swamp'? asks Hannah Thomas-Peter in Sky Views
"19.11.2016 06:11:38" news.sky.com Man's 10-month jail term turns into 11 years James Ward is one of thousands of prisoners being held on the indeterminate sentence system that was scrapped in 2012. A man jailed for 10 months is still in prison 11 years later
"18.11.2016 21:59:33" news.sky.com 'Polar air mass' brings snow to Britain Severe weather warnings are in place across a swathe of the country with temperatures set to plunge below freezing. We're being urged to take care as snow, ice and strong winds blow in from the Arctic Ocean
"18.11.2016 20:52:50" news.sky.com New photos emerge of isolated Amazon tribe The Yanomami tribe has around 35,000 members in total, with a few smaller subgroups completely shut off from the outside world. A charity's released the pics - Survival International says it's worried the area is under threat from illegal gold miners
"18.11.2016 19:39:15" news.sky.com Mars blames rising costs for Maltesers reduction The firm has reduced the weight of the product's 121g pouches to 103g, a cut of almost 15%. "The lighter way to enjoy chocolate" just got lighter
"18.11.2016 19:09:52" Trump's choices for his top team Find out who's signed up to Donald J. Trump's top team and who else might be joining them very soon
"18.11.2016 18:00:00" Donald Trump reveals the reasons behind some of his life choices Donald J. Trump says losing his brother to alcoholism led him to becoming teetotal. He's also told Fox News that going in to business wasn't his first career choice.
"18.11.2016 17:01:21" Cold snap strikes the UK Britain is bracing itself for the first blast of winter this weekend - with snow, hail, ice and storm force winds forecast. Sky's Weather presenter Kirsty McCabe has been answering your questions about what's to come - and the chances of a White
"18.11.2016 16:44:34" Surgeon wants to carry out world's first head transplant This surgeon wants to do the world's first head transplant. He's been giving details of his plans to Sky's James Matthews in Glasgow.
"18.11.2016 16:23:46" news.sky.com Storm force gales, snow and ice forecast for UK Severe weather warnings are in place across a swathe of the country with temperatures set to plunge below freezing. Britain is bracing itself for the first blast of winter this weekend
"18.11.2016 16:00:24" Man pushes stranger onto tracks He pushed a stranger onto the tracks just two minutes before a train passed through at high speed.
The attacker has been jailed and luckily the victim was unharmed
"18.11.2016 15:30:00" Car enters bar fight Watch: CCTV footage showing a car being driven into a bar after a fight had broken out, but all involved escaped with only minor injuries
"18.11.2016 14:50:00" Dog saved from icy water This man braved freezing temperatures and swam out into icy water to rescue a dog
"18.11.2016 14:20:00" news.sky.com Brexit: UK 'could pay into EU for 10 years' Germany's finance minister Wolfgang Schauble says some of the UK's financial commitments to Brussels could "last beyond exit". Britain could continue paying into the European Union for more than a decade after it leaves
"18.11.2016 13:47:36" The week in politics Been out of touch with the political news this week? Sophy Ridge and Tamara Cohen are talking you through the major events and answering your questions on Brexit, Trump and anything else political! Post them below
"18.11.2016 13:20:00" Life and death in east Mosul In east Mosul, snipers line the rooftops and bodies line the streets - families must decide whether to stay or dodge bullets to flee
"18.11.2016 12:48:43" Royal Family funding increase to fix Buckingham Palace It's going to cost £369m to fix Buckingham Palace. That means funding for the Royal Family will almost double for the next ten years to cover the cost. Post your questions below for our Royal Correspondent Rhiannon Mills and our Royal Commentator Alastair
"18.11.2016 12:18:22" Kanye West would have supported Trump Kanye West was booed by fans after telling them he didn't vote in the US election - but if he had, he "would have voted on Trump"
"18.11.2016 12:00:00" Aerial Views Of The Somme Watch: aerial shots of the Thiepval memorial in France, built to commemorate Commonwealth soldiers killed in the Battle of the Somme which ended 100 years ago today
"18.11.2016 11:35:23" From Obama to Trump: How US-Europe relations could change How the USA and Germany could have the new Special Relationship. Barack Obama is in Berlin on his last trip to Europe as US President, meeting the leaders of the UK, Germany, France, Italy and Spain. Post your questions below for our political editor
"18.11.2016 10:05:47" Traffic inspector taken for a ride A traffic inspector in Argentina was dragged for over 1,000 feet on the hood of a woman's car after she pulled away from a traffic stop
"18.11.2016 08:55:41" The Somme: The Worst Day In British Military History It was the bloodiest and most devastating battle in British military history. The Somme - which ended 100 years ago today - saw more than one million soldiers killed or wounded
"18.11.2016 08:18:40" news.sky.com US passes baton of world leadership to Germany Barack Obama passes on the torch of global leadership to Angela Merkel, writes Sky's Faisal Islam. But what will that entail? Has Barack Obama passed the torch of world leadership to Angela Merkel?
"18.11.2016 07:30:00" news.sky.com Briton dies while diving on Great Barrier Reef A 60-year-old British man has died while diving on the Great Barrier Reef, an Australian tourism company has said. A 60-year-old British man has died while diving on the Great Barrier Reef
"18.11.2016 06:30:00" news.sky.com 'Loser' Romney could be Trump's top diplomat The pair criticised each other during the election - but it seems Mr Romney is now being considered for Secretary of State. Donald J. Trump is understood to be meeting Mitt Romney - the man he referred to as a "loser" during the US presidential campaign - to discuss bringing him on to his team as Secretary of State
"18.11.2016 06:06:03" news.sky.com Girl won right to be frozen after dying from cancer The terminally ill teenager told the High Court being cryogenically-preserved would give her "a chance to be cured and woken up". A terminally ill girl won a historic legal fight to have her body cryogenically frozen
"17.11.2016 22:15:54" Rise in 'relaxed' theatre performances 'Relaxed' theatre performances tailor-made for children with special needs are cropping up across the UK
"17.11.2016 20:43:59" The Pledge #ThePledge panel discuss whether right-wing newspapers are in favour or against freedom of speech. The Pledge panel debate whether Lego should or shouldn't have stopped their promotional activity with the Daily Mail
"17.11.2016 20:30:00" news.sky.com FIFA opens disciplinary cases over poppies The most likely sanction for the Home Nations is a fine, but both teams also face the possibility of a World Cup points deduction. FIFA has opened disciplinary cases against England and Scotland after their players wore armbands with poppy emblems
"17.11.2016 20:21:06" The Pledge Graeme Le Saux on Wayne Rooney: "He's 31 years old, he's entitled to make his own decisions and if he felt that it was okay to do that then he has to pick up the pieces" #ThePledge Graeme Le Saux has his say on Wayne Rooney partying on England duty on The Pledge
"17.11.2016 20:00:32" news.sky.com Bollywood actress hit and tear gassed in Paris Mallika Sherawat is assaulted by three masked men who fled empty-handed in an upmarket area of Paris. Bollywood actress Mallika Sherawat has been punched and sprayed with tear gas in Paris
"17.11.2016 19:00:00" Sky high world record that's just magic Watch magician Martin Rees break the world record for most magic tricks performed whilst skydiving
"17.11.2016 18:25:00" news.sky.com My special needs son's joy at relaxed theatre show "Thank you for the music," says Sky's Hannah Stott as her son is able to attend his first live musical at a 'relaxed performance'. "Thank you for the music," says Sky's Hannah Stott as her son is able to attend his first live musical at a 'relaxed performance'
"17.11.2016 17:55:36" Boy catches falling baby brother Great catch! - watch this 9-year-old save his one-year-old baby brother
"17.11.2016 17:10:35" The Pledge Did you know Back to the Future bad guy Biff was based on Donald J. Trump?
Here's this week's #ThePledge mashup inspired by the cult film's anthem - The Power of Love. Who knew Donald J. Trump could sing? Turn the volume up for this week's The Pledge mash-up
"17.11.2016 16:04:28" The Pledge #ThePledge exclusive: Graeme Le Saux speaks about his role in the England football team manager selection process.
More tonight at 8pm on Sky News. Graeme Le Saux gives an insight into his role in choosing the next England football team manager on The Pledge.
"17.11.2016 15:16:26" news.sky.com 'Freak tornado' wreaks havoc in Aberystwyth Emergency services are dealing with dozens of incidents after trees were brought down and tiles flung from roofs. Wind speeds of up to 94mph were recorded this morning
"17.11.2016 14:49:26" news.sky.com World's biggest Lego store opens in London The Danish toy maker's flagship Leicester Square site also features a life-sized replica of a London Underground carriage. The world's biggest Lego store opens in London featuring a six-metre high replica of Big Ben made from 200,000 bricks
"17.11.2016 14:00:00" news.sky.com French PM: Europe at risk of breaking apart Brexit and populism's rise threaten the EU from inside, while Donald Trump's anti-globalisation rhetoric threaten from outside. The French PM has said he fears that Europe is at risk of breaking apart
"17.11.2016 13:30:00" news.sky.com Staples to disappear from UK high streets The struggling UK arm of the American firm, which employs 1,100 staff across 106 stores, has been bought for a "nominal sum". Staples will disappear from the UK high street
"17.11.2016 13:00:00" news.sky.com Jet in near miss with drone near The Shard The aircraft "narrowly avoided" colliding with the drone and "chance had played a major part", an official report says. A drone "narrowly avoided" crashing into a passenger plane as it flew near The Shard
"17.11.2016 12:45:17" The Pledge #ThePledge goldfish bowl returns with YOUR questions. Watch Graeme, Nick and Afua tackling your questions about the show, panel and debates. #ThePledge goldfish bowl returns with YOUR questions. Graeme, Nick and Afua are here to tackle your questions about the show, panel and debates.
"17.11.2016 12:00:58" Leonardo DiCaprio visits Edinburgh restaurant that helps the h... Leonardo DiCaprio is in Edinburgh visiting a restaurant which helps the homeless as part of his first visit to Scotland. Sky's James Matthews is there.
"17.11.2016 12:00:00" news.sky.com Leonard Cohen's cause of death revealed The 82-year-old singer's death was "sudden, unexpected and peaceful", his manager said in a statement on Wednesday. Leonard Cohen's death was "sudden, unexpected and peaceful"
"17.11.2016 11:30:01" news.sky.com UKIP 'misspent' EU funding on Brexit - audit The party spent hundreds of thousands in EU cash on helping it try to win seats in the General Election and win a Brexit victory. UKIP has misspent almost half a million of EU funding in part to help boost their Brexit campaign
"17.11.2016 11:00:01" news.sky.com MoD threatens action after WW2 warships looted Thousands died in the battle but the wrecks of HMS Exeter and HMS Encounter are said to have been almost totally removed. British warships sunk off Indonesia in 1942 - and considered war graves - may have been looted
"17.11.2016 10:15:28" Stolen bus chase Watch West Midlands Police pursue two men in a stolen bus
"17.11.2016 09:00:26" Bungee jump biscuit dunk This man bungee jumped 73m and dunked his biscuit in a cup of tea in the process. Guinness World Records Day sees 600,000 people trying to find their way into the record books.
"17.11.2016 08:07:17" news.sky.com Rape law review after Ched Evans retrial The Government is to look at whether the law protecting alleged rape victims from detailing their sex lives should be tightened. The law protecting alleged rape victims from having to reveal details of their sex lives is to be reviewed by the Government
"17.11.2016 07:00:00" news.sky.com Deadly train crash driver 'had sleep disorder' The driver was diagnosed with the condition after the fatal derailment at Hoboken station in New Jersey, officials claim. The driver of the train in a fatal New Jersey crash suffered from an undiagnosed sleep disorder
"17.11.2016 06:30:01" news.sky.com Brexit blamed for £100bn budget black hole Growth forecasts have apparently been hit by the Brexit vote, leaving the Treasury with a sizeable shortfall over next five years. The UK is facing a £100bn black hole in its finances over the next five years due to Brexit
"17.11.2016 06:00:01" news.sky.com Clinton wanted to 'curl up' after election loss The Democratic candidate is urging her supporters to never give up and to persevere through the Donald Trump era. "There have been a few times this past week when all I wanted to do was just to curl up with a good book or our dogs and never leave the house again."
"16.11.2016 22:00:01" news.sky.com Boris under fire over Brexit prosecco threat A Brexit discussion with an Italian minister degenerates into a squabble over who can sell more fish and chips or prosecco. Why Brexit, prosecco and fish and chips are adding to Boris Johnson's bad week
"16.11.2016 21:30:01" news.sky.com Rooney sorry after partying on England duty The Football Association tells England's stars to behave as it reviews its policy on free time while with the international team. Wayne Rooney has said sorry for partying while on duty with England football team
"16.11.2016 21:06:37" news.sky.com Twitter suspends 'alt-right' Trump backers The director of a white nationalist think tank says the social media site deployed "execution squads across the alt-right". Twitter has suspended "alt-right" figures who backed Donald J. Trump in #USelection2016
"16.11.2016 20:00:00" Mother saved by child's 999 call The mother who was saved by her four-year-old's 999 call says people shouldn't underestimate their little children
"16.11.2016 19:13:55" news.sky.com Police shoot 'serial killer' in chance encounter Residents in Anchorage are said to have been living in fear following a series of similar unsolved murders in the city. Police may have unwittingly solved the mystery of a suspected serial killer after shooting dead a man who opened fire at officers
"16.11.2016 17:34:00" How much is your Snapchat worth? This is how much your Snapchat account is worth to the company
"16.11.2016 17:03:51" Guns burned in Kenya This huge pile of guns has been destroyed in Kenya
"16.11.2016 16:30:18" Four-year-old's 999 call saved her mother's life When a four-year-old made this 999 call, she helped save her mother's life
"16.11.2016 15:32:44" How much is your Snapchat worth? This is how much your Snapchat account could be worth...
"16.11.2016 14:58:48" Does the RSPCA have a conflict of interest? The RSPCA (England & Wales) might lose its power to prosecute owners who are cruel to their pets
"16.11.2016 14:18:14" news.sky.com Crashed tram travelling well above speed limit A tram which crashed in Croydon killing seven people was travelling at three-and-a-half times the speed limit, the Rail Accident Investigation Branch has said. The tram was travelling at 70km. The speed limit was 20km.
"16.11.2016 13:16:40" news.sky.com China web ban on 'fatty' Kim Jong-Un nickname It comes after North Korea reportedly asked China to ban names poking fun at the North Korean leader from appearing in the media. China has banned people calling the North Korean leader "Kim Fatty The Third"
"16.11.2016 11:59:19" Watch Live: Prime Minister's Questions Watch Live: Prime Minister's Questions
"16.11.2016 11:50:00" news.sky.com Ferries halted as WW2 bomb found in port city Ferries have been stopped from entering and leaving Portsmouth Harbour while authorities try to get the device out to sea. An unexploded WW2 bomb has been discovered in Portsmouth Harbour
"16.11.2016 11:02:25" news.sky.com Boom! New supersonic jet faster than Concorde Nicknamed the "Baby Boom", the 40-seater airliner can fly from London to New York in 3.5 hours at a speed of 1,451mph. The jet would fly from London to New York in 3-and-a-half-hours
"16.11.2016 10:05:35" 3D Digital holograms training medical students and surgeons Want to see inside the human brain? 3D technology is being used to train medical students and surgeons. Sky News' Gemma Morris is live from The GIANT Health Event which showcases pioneering health innovation. Post any questions you have.
"16.11.2016 09:34:28" Is Black Friday a rip-off? Some Black Friday deals might not be all their cracked up to be
"16.11.2016 08:30:00" news.sky.com Assad says Trump could be 'natural ally' The Syrian President says Mr Trump's pledge to crack down on IS is "promising" but questions if he can "live up to his promises". Syrian President Bashar al Assad has said Donald J. Trump could be a "natural ally"
"16.11.2016 08:00:00" Quidditch Premier League for muggles If you've ever dreamed of playing Quidditch, you need to watch this
"16.11.2016 07:30:02" news.sky.com Be wary of Black Friday deals, shoppers urged Black Friday is billed as a discount frenzy, but shoppers may actually get a better deal in the weeks before and after the event. Think you're getting the cheapest deals by shopping on Black Friday? You may be mistaken
"16.11.2016 07:00:00" news.sky.com Kids 'spend more time online than watching TV' Children are leading "increasingly digital lives" with smartphone and tablet ownership on the rise, new research suggests. British children are now spending longer online than they do watching TV for the first time
"16.11.2016 06:30:00" news.sky.com NHS patients 'at risk' from cybersecurity flaws A lack of investment by seven NHS trusts and systems which are out of date mean online security is weak, say experts. A Sky News investigation has revealed the NHS trusts putting patients at risk by not protecting their data online
"16.11.2016 06:00:00" news.sky.com Carrie Fisher reveals secret Star Wars affair After 40 years, the actress reveals her sizzling on-screen chemistry with Harrison Ford was all-too real. Carrie Fisher has claimed she had a secret three-month affair with Harrison Ford while filming the original Star Wars
"15.11.2016 21:12:11" Granny on longest, fastest zipwire She's 87 and just did England's longest, fastest zipwire
"15.11.2016 20:34:30" Redmayne and Rowling on Fantastic Beasts Eddie Redmayne and J.K. Rowling discuss #FantasticBeasts' dark themes and peculiar hero at the film's European premiere
"15.11.2016 19:30:00" news.sky.com Sci-fi hit Westworld renewed for season two HBO programming president Casey Bloys says the complexity of the hit show could mean a wait for fans. There will be a second season of Westworld. But because of the show's complexity you may have to wait two years.
"15.11.2016 19:00:00" news.sky.com Mortgage spend hits 'historic low' - lenders Lenders report that the proportion of monthly income spent on mortgages has never been so low, as house price growth creeps up. The proportion of monthly income spent on mortgages reached an "historic low" in September
"15.11.2016 18:20:00" news.sky.com German police raid 190 mosques and buildings The operation comes after security forced discovered more than 140 youths had travelled to Syria and Iraq to join Islamic State. Mosques, offices and apartments in 60 cities have been raided by hundreds of German police
"15.11.2016 17:50:00" news.sky.com Schoolboy dies after falling ill in detention The Year 9 pupil was taken to a hospital in east London on Thursday after becoming unwell and died on Monday, police say. Police are investigating the death of a 14-year-old boy, who was taken to hospital after falling ill at his school during detention
"15.11.2016 17:14:00" Eddie Redmayne at the UK premiere of Fantastic Beasts Watch back - we've been on the blue carpet with Eddie Redmayne at the UK premiere of the Harry Potter prequel - Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them. Sky's Entertainment reporter Claire Gregory has been answering your questions.
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"15.11.2016 17:00:00" news.sky.com Van Gogh's secret sketchbook discovered Described as "one of the biggest art world discoveries in years", the sketchbook includes portraits of his friend Paul Gauguin. Sixty-five previously unknown ink-drawings by Vincent Van Gogh have been discovered
"15.11.2016 16:40:00" More movie magic from Harry Potter team Can Eddie Redmayne recreate what he calls the "wizarding hug" of the Harry Potter films in the spin-off franchise Fantastic Beasts
"15.11.2016 16:01:28" Bono wins Women of the Year award "Out of all of the women alive, Bono is my favourite."
"15.11.2016 15:15:37" news.sky.com Russia launches Syria bombardment from carrier in Mediterranean Russia's defence minister says the targets include Islamic State and al Nusra ammunition depots and weapons factories. Russia launches a major air offensive in Syria as part of a joint operation with Bashar al Assad's regime
"15.11.2016 14:15:00" news.sky.com Woman sacked over Michelle Obama racist post The Facebook post from a West Virginia official was shared hundreds of times before it was deleted. A West Virginia official has reportedly lost her job after posting a racist comment about Michelle Obama on Facebook
"15.11.2016 13:40:00" news.sky.com Thousands of Tube staff vote for strike action London Underground staff have voted to go on strike in several separate disputes over staffing, safety and industrial relations. Around 3,400 London Underground staff have voted to go on strike, which could happen in the run up to Christmas
"15.11.2016 13:15:00" news.sky.com Making A Murderer's Dassey to be released A US judge orders Dassey's immediate release from prison, despite the prosecutors' appeal against his conviction being overturned. Brendan Dassey, who featured on TV show Making A Murderer, should be released from prison, a judge has ordered
"15.11.2016 12:52:14" Farage calls No 10 Trump rebuff astonishing Nigel Farage calls No 10's rejection of his offer to help with Donald J. Trump 'astonishing'
"15.11.2016 12:41:04" Meet the Trumps Nude pics, selfies, pop songs and poisoned Skittles. Meet the new First Family
"15.11.2016 12:15:00" news.sky.com Farage calls No 10 Trump rebuff 'astonishing' The UKIP leader hits back at Number 10's Trump go-between rebuff and calls for Britain's ambassador in Washington to resign. "I do have connections with Trump, and yet the Government don't want in any way to talk to me informally," Nigel Farage has said
"15.11.2016 11:44:27" On a fishing trawler in the North Sea UK fishermen have high hopes for the future when we leave the EU. Sky's Joe Tidy is out on a trawler in the North Sea, speaking to fishermen about Brexit, and why so many of them voted to leave.
"15.11.2016 10:40:49" news.sky.com 'Supermoon' - second chance to witness rare sight Sky-gazers will get another chance to watch the natural satellite, which is at its closest to the Earth since 1948. Missed last night's supermoon because of the weather? You may have another chance to see it.
"15.11.2016 09:18:32" news.sky.com There's still no Brexit plan, leaked memo claims The leaked document says that nearly six months after the referendum "no common strategy has emerged" on how to leave the EU. A leaked government memo claims that the Government has no Brexit plan and will not have a strategy for six months
"15.11.2016 08:22:06" Cows stranded after earthquake Update: the cows have been rescued after a team dug a trench and brought them to safety
"15.11.2016 07:09:42" news.sky.com Prison officers strike over 'surge in violence' Union bosses warn the service is in "meltdown" with up to 10,000 prison officers taking part in today's protest. Up to 10,000 prison officers will go on strike today over health and safety concerns
"15.11.2016 06:30:01" news.sky.com Venues revealed for Dippy the dinosaur's UK tour After enthralling crowds in London the replica is hitting the road to take centre stage in eight venues nationwide. Dippy the dinosaur is going on tour
"15.11.2016 06:00:01" news.sky.com Obama has 'concerns' about Trump presidency The US President tells journalists his successor must reach out to voters who did not support him and appoint a good support team. Barack Obama says he "absolutely" has concerns about a Donald J. Trump presidency
"14.11.2016 22:11:54" The fight for Mosul The Sky News team come under direct fire from Islamic State as the battle for Mosul continues
"14.11.2016 21:16:59" news.sky.com Navy ship sent to evacuate NZ quake-hit town Emergency services and the military are inspecting the damage following a huge earthquake and hundreds of aftershocks. A navy ship has been dispatched to rescue people stranded in a New Zealand town hit by a 7.8-magnitude earthquake
"14.11.2016 20:00:38" news.sky.com Man guilty of throttling and dismembering PC Breaking Bad fan Stefano Brizzi attempted to dissolve his victim's body in an acid bath and cook and even eat the PC's flesh. Stefano Brizzi has been found guilty of murdering PC Gordon Semple after the pair met on gay dating app Grindr
"14.11.2016 19:02:05" news.sky.com Notebooks lay bare the lives of IS militants In the depths of an underground chamber Sky News finds documents detailing how jihadists were motivated and rewarded in Bashiqa. A collection of notebooks has exposed how members of Islamic State lived in the Iraqi town of Bashiqa
"14.11.2016 18:02:16" news.sky.com Mig-29 fighter crashes into Mediterranean Sea Russia's Defence Ministry has said a Mig-29 fighter jet based on an aircraft carrier near Syria has crashed in the Mediterranean Sea. A Russian fighter jet has crashed after taking off from an aircraft carrier in the eastern Mediterranean
"14.11.2016 17:24:18" 2016 set to be the hottest year on record 2016 is set to be the hottest year on record. Our weather presenter Kirsty McCabe is here to answer your questions about what this means.
"14.11.2016 16:15:54" Supermoon biggest and brightest for decades The biggest and brightest moon for almost 70 years. Will clear skies allow us to gaze at our supermoon? Sky's Gerard Tubb is live from Kielder Observatory with astrophysicist Hayden Goodfellow. Post any questions you have.
"14.11.2016 16:05:42" Semple murder: how it happened 50-year-old Stefano Brizzi has been found guilty of the murder of PC Gordon Semple at his south London flat
"14.11.2016 16:03:04" news.sky.com Trump gives 'extreme right' news chief top job The President-elect hires a talk show host accused of supporting a movement of "white nationalists" and "unabashed anti-Semites". Donald J. Trump has dismayed opponents by appointing the head of Breitbart News as chief strategist of his administration
"14.11.2016 15:24:43" news.sky.com Alton Towers axes up to 70 jobs after ride crash The company is making redundancies after a £14m drop in revenue following a crash that left two teenagers needing leg amputations. Alton Towers is making up to 70 staff redundant following the Smiler rollercoaster crash
"14.11.2016 14:17:38" Watch the supermoon above Beijing Watch back - here's the supermoon above Beijing - just in case the skies above the UK are too cloudy to see it later! The best time to watch it here (weather permitting) is 4.45pm
"14.11.2016 14:15:00" Fighting IS: Life in the tunnels Militants fighting Islamic State have been using tunnels for refuge and to avoid detection
"14.11.2016 13:42:02" news.sky.com Dementia and Alzheimer's now the biggest killer An ageing population and a fall in mortality rates for other diseases push the illnesses to the top spot for the first time. Dementia and Alzheimer's disease has become the leading cause of death in England and Wales for the first time
"14.11.2016 13:00:00" Plastic In The Food Chain Is microplastic in the sea a threat to human health?
"14.11.2016 12:31:06" IS suspect begs for his life Video has emerged of a suspected IS fighter surrendering to Kurdish forces near Bashiqa, Iraq
"14.11.2016 12:06:17" news.sky.com MPs debating Finn's Law punishments for attacks on police dogs after petition Some 120,000 sign a petition calling for attacks on police dogs and horses to be treated in the same way as assaults on officers. Finn - a German Shepherd police dog - almost died after being stabbed in the line of duty
"14.11.2016 11:24:25" Cows stranded after earthquake Two cows and a calf have been cut off by the New Zealand earthquake after the ground around them gave way
"14.11.2016 10:07:19" news.sky.com Briton begins 2,000-mile swim across Atlantic The 38-year-old will pass through shark-infested waters as he attempts to become the first person to swim across the ocean. Ben Hooper's world-record attempt to swim from Africa to Brazil should take him five months to complete
"14.11.2016 08:55:13" news.sky.com Trump firm on agenda but says 'don't be afraid' Donald Trump says he intends to aggressively push a right-wing agenda, as he also reveals his chief of staff and chief strategist. Donald J. Trump has promised to deport up to three million undocumented immigrants from the US, lower taxes and appoint pro-gun anti-abortion judges to the Supreme Court