Scientists say a major Antarctic ice shelf could completely disappear in just five years' time.
Reports suggest there has been a higher than expected turnout in Ireland's historic gay marriage vote, a testament to the passions the issue has inspired.
Anyone who jogs knows it can be hard to stay motivated.
Fifty boats used to evacuate allied troops from Dunkirk during World War II are helping recreate the journey taken 75 years ago.
One of the world's largest dating websites has been hacked and personal information of 4 million members has been published on the internet.
The Islamic State has seized Syria's Palmyra, with UNESCO warning that the destruction of the ancient city would be "an enormous loss to humanity".
The Islamic State group has seized Syria's Palmyra, with UNESCO warning that the destruction of the ancient city would be "an enormous loss to humanity".
Reporter Mike Wesley-Smith went to meet the Syrian refugee children in the Turkish cities like Sanilurfa who have big dreams for the future.
Next week a new attraction opens on the top of building that replaced the Twin Towers destroyed in the 9-11 attacks.
Scientists may be one step closer to a cure for heart failure.
Fifteen years after the 9/11 attacks, the new observation deck at the World Trade Center now offers spectacular views across the city.
Campbell Live reporter Mike Wesley-Smith took a look inside a camp that is a place 30,000 Syrians call home.
Nine men, all aged between 48 and 76, have been arrested in connection with the Hatton Garden jewel heist in London.
Clean up and rescue operations are underway after a landslide killed at least 64 people in Colombia.
Prince Charles has met Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams for the first time during an official visit to Ireland.
Police say a deadly biker brawl in Waco, Texas was set off when a motorcycle gang showed up uninvited at a gathering of rival biker groups.
A would-be ATM thief in Queensland walked away empty-handed after he couldnAAAt tie a basic knot.
The Australian government says those who go and fight overseas with IS cannot expect to get a leave-pass and return home when they have had enough.
Muslim boat people fleeing dire conditions in Myanmar are entitled to "human rights", Aung San Suu Kyi's opposition has urged.
Eight people died at the scene while another died in hospital following a shootout between rival biker gangs in Texas.
A seven-year-old Kentucky girl is recovering after her backpack got stuck in a bus door and she was dragged down a street.
International Day Against Homophobia Transphobia and Biphobia has been marked with a colourful rally in Russia.
A suicide car bomber has struck a foreign convoy near Kabul airport, killing at least two people and wounding 18 others.
More than 100 migrants rescued off the coast of Indonesia are reported to have died in a fight over food.
More than 1000 migrants have washed ashore in Malaysia over the past week, with hundreds of others reaching Indonesia.
Countless people are still waiting for help in Nepal, in an area hit by two massive earthquakes in recent weeks.
Tom McRae travelled to a typical Australian puppy farm on the outskirts of Sydney, where he saw hundreds of dogs, all caged and often diseased.
Nepal's second big earthquake in recent weeks has now claimed the lives of about 100 people.
The death toll from the derailment of a passenger train in Philadelphia has risen to eight with the discovery of a body in the wreckage.
The European Union has urged member countries to show solidarity with partners bearing the brunt of the migration wave in the Mediterranean.
Nepal is struggling to cope with more aftershocks and a lack of aid following its second big earthquake.
A new earthquake and powerful aftershocks have killed dozens of people and brought fresh terror to a traumatised Nepal.
At least five people have died after violent storms and tornadoes battered parts of the southern United States over the weekend, leaving at least eight more missing and dozens injured.
The founder and principal of a high school in the US has received threats after making what appears to be a racist comment at a graduation ceremony.
The Australian government used Mother's Day to announce a $3.5 billion childcare package, but it was a gift many mums didn't want.
Castro headed to Rome after attending Russia's World War II VE celebrations, and thanked the pontiff for helping thaw relations between Cuba and the US.
President Vladimir Putin has ignored a Western boycott of Russia's military parade to mark the 70th anniversary of the Soviet military defeat of Nazi Germany.
Twenty-seven-year-old hairdresser Nariko reproduces profiles of the rich and famous onto the backs of client's heads.
Today marked 70 years since the defeat of the Nazis, ending World War II in Europe.
Three political parties are now leaderless and David Cameron has secured the first conservative majority in 23 years.
For weeks the polls said it was too close to call and there could be a hung Parliament.
One Philadelphia bus driver flung herself and two passengers out of their seats during a U-turn that went horribly wrong.
Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservatives looked on course for a surprise victory in the British general election.
In one of the more horrifying stories out of the Nepal earthquake, there are now reports desperate women and girls are being duped into becoming slaves.
A climber who captured some of the most iconic footage from the earthquake in Nepal has returned home to Germany.
Britons have voted in a knife-edge general election that could put their country's membership of the European Union in doubt.
Large amounts of water may exist on numerous deep space bodies, according to a study.
The final polls released on the eve of Britain's general election show Labour and the Conservatives locked in a dead heat.
Britain's political leaders have launched their last day of campaigning for the most unpredictable election in living memory.
Just two days out from polling day in the British election, the result is shaping up to be the closest in a generation.
The mayor of one of Sydney's poorest areas has hit back at a documentary he's calling "poverty porn".
An out-of-control truck-and-trailer has collided with 27 vehicles in eastern China, killing three people and injuring five others.
More migrants have died in the Mediterranean, diving into the sea in a desperate attempt to save themselves.
The White House says it's too early to link the Islamic State group to an attack in Texas targeting an exhibit of caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed.
The United Nations has called for the Saudi-led airstrikes on Yemen to stop targeting the airport in the capital, Sanaa.
US military helicopters have begun reconnaissance trips to assess remote areas of Nepal devastated by an earthquake that killed more than 7,300 people.
Dramatic CCTV footage has emerged of a man being pushed onto railway tracks after an argument at a station in Melbourne.
An FBI official has told US media that one of the attackers in a shooting in Texas had been previously investigated as an alleged would-be jihadist militant.
The Australian Federal Police commissioner says Australia did not have enough evidence to stop the Bali Nine drug smugglers traveling to Indonesia to commit drug offences.
Gun salutes will be fired across London to mark the birth of Britain's new princess and tourism chiefs say the baby is expected to boost visitor numbers to the capital.