Florida mail-in ballots already eclipse entire August primary, with Dems casting more than Republicans

As of Saturday morning, 2,423,573 people had sent in ballots, a majority of them Democrats.

French teachers vow to ‘teach difficult subjects’ after colleague’s murder

Defiance follows the beheading of Samuel Paty for showing his pupils controversial Charlie Hebdo cartoons

Nagorno-Karabakh: Civilians hit amid Armenia Azerbaijan conflict

Each accuses the other of targeting civilians in renewed fighting over the Nagorno-Karabakh region.

Detective who nearly died from Salisbury Novichok poisonings quits force

'I've had to admit defeat and accept that I can no longer do the job.'

Murderer who tackled London Bridge attacker with narwhal tusk pardoned

Steven Gallant has sentence reduced as a result of ‘exceptionally brave actions’

Trump loses to Biden in town hall TV ratings war despite being shown on two more networks

Defeat will likely enrage US president who has long obsessed over media popularity

Police officer poisoned by novichok in Salisbury to quit

DS Nick Bailey says he ‘can no longer do the job’ despite trying hard to ‘make…

Coronavirus: Police get access to NHS Test and Trace self-isolation data

Forces will have access on a "case-by-case basis" to data on whether a person has been…

Coronavirus: 1 million young Britons ‘face jobs crisis within weeks’

Sixteen to 24-year-olds who are not in full-time education or employment could face significant barriers to…

Police with batons seen clashing with protesters during anti-lockdown demo

Met Police officers clashed with a group of protesters in Leicester Square during the StandUpX March…