The son of Thomas Gilbert Sr, the hedge fund founder who was found shot dead in his New York home, is charged with his murder.
A film adaptation of a bestselling book by France's former First Lady about her six-year relationship with president Francois Hollande is in development, its producer says.
A man has avoided jail after a judge in the US state of Massachusetts accepted a pair of $85 Nike trainers as a bail bond
The UK services sector lost momentum at the end of the year, growing at its slowest rate for a year-and-a-half, an influential survey suggests.
Stan Kroenke, the majority shareholder of Arsenal, backs the development of an NFL stadium in Los Angeles.
Pride director Matthew Warchus says he "understands" why gay references were removed from the film's US DVD cover.
Rallies for and against the "anti-Islamisation" group Pegida have been held in a number of German cities, with thousands taking part.
South Korea's defence ministry speculates that the North has made progress towards making deliverable nuclear weapons.
David Warner scores a century and pays tribute to Phillip Hughes as Australia dominate day one of the fourth Test against India in Sydney.
Japan's stocks led falls across Asia on Tuesday, posting their biggest drop in nearly 10 months, as investors worried about falling oil prices and political turmoil in Greece.
Thousands of villagers flee their homes in Indian-administered Kashmir as Indian and Pakistani troops continue to exchange fire in the region.
The Liberal Democrats would plug the NHS funding gap by ploughing the proceeds of economic growth into public services, the party says.
Kane Williamson and BJ Watling share a Test record sixth-wicket stand of 365 as New Zealand dominate Sri Lanka in Wellington.
The area being searched for a missing AirAsia plane is extended, as poor weather continues to hamper efforts to find bodies and flight recorders.
Syria atrocities on display in the US
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Rolls-Royce Motor Cars sold a record number of cars last year, breaking through the 4,000 mark for the first time in its 111-year history.
The wife of the former mayor of Iguala, the Mexican city where 43 students disappeared, is charged with organised crime and money laundering.
Ashraf Ghani was sworn in as the new Afghan president in September 2014 but he has still not formed a cabinet.
Fifa vice-president Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein of Jordan to challenge Sepp Blatter for football's governing body leadership.