Bauer strikes out 12 as Indians beat Royals

Trevor Bauer struck out a season-high 12 batters over 6 2/3 innings as the host Cleveland Indians recorded a 5-3 victory over the Kansas City Royals on Wednesday afternoon in the rubber match of their...

Vile act of torture prohibited ‘under all circumstances’, UN chief affirms on International Day to s

While the prohibition of torture is “absolute, under all circumstances”, UN Secretary-General António Guterres bemoaned the fact that “this core principle is undermined every day” - in detention centres, prisons, police stations, psychiatric institutions and other places where captor can prey on captive.

Speeding motorists from European countries escaping prosecution in Britain due to quirk in EU laws

Hundreds of foreign motorists have been allowed to speed on Britain's roads with impunity because police cannot trace the drivers of vehicles from abroad, a constabulary has admitted.

Parents 'let 2-month-old girl die from heroin and cocaine overdose'

Police responded to their house and found Eugene Chandler holding his daughter Marleigh's lifeless body.

Former Net Allen Crabbe arrested for DUI in Los Angeles

Allen Crabbe’s Nets departure is off to a rough start. Crabbe was arrested for driving under the influence on Los Angeles’ Sunset Strip Tuesday night, according to Los Angeles Police Department rec…

'Free Hong Kong': Protesters press G-20 leaders ahead of summit

About 10,000 people in Hong Kong protested Wednesday to urge this week's G-20 summit to take up what they say is an urgent need for increased democracy in the former British colony.

Tackle ‘tsunami of hatred’ across the world urges Guterres, to counter anti-Semitism, racism and int

The “multi-headed monster” of intolerance, has created a visible and violent “tsunami of hatred” that is gathering speed across the world, said Secretary-General António Guterres on Wednesday.

Online paedophile hunters are abusers trying to reinvent themselves as 'good people', says former po

Online paedophile hunters are abusers who are trying to reinvent themselves as "good people", the UK's former police child protection head has said.

Cigarette, electric fault among possible causes of Notre-Dame fire

A badly stubbed-out cigarette or an electrical fault could have started the devastating fire that ripped through Notre-Dame cathedral in April, Paris prosecutors said on Wednesday, ruling out any criminal intent.

Buttigieg defends decision to attend debate despite South Bend controversy

Mayor Pete Buttigieg, a 2020 contender, is defending his decision to attend the first Democratic debate despite tensions in his city of South Bend, Ind., after a white police officer fatally shot a black man.

Sexual secrets of bull elephants who get more attractive as they age revealed

Male members of an African elephant species have six-foot monster penises which turn green in mating season.

Met police pay out £700,000 to detained anti-fascist protesters

Exclusive: undercover officers spied on activists demonstrating against Tommy Robinson