Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin have got married, according to her uncle Alec Baldwin.
Twitter is making changes to allow users to switch back to a chronological timeline, two years after replacing it with an algorithm-generated feed of the "best" tweets.
A man has been charged with murder following the discovery of a champion golfer's body on a US course.
A Japanese internet entrepreneur is to be the first "space tourist" to fly round the moon.
China has announced a series of retaliatory tariffs on $60bn (£45.6bn) of US imports after Donald Trump raised the stakes in his trade war with Beijing.
The US is cutting the number of refugees it will allow into the country next year to 30,000 - some 15,000 fewer than the previous 12 months.
A British diver who helped rescue boys trapped in a Thai cave is suing Elon Musk for $57,000 (£43,300) after the Tesla chief called him a paedophile.
US Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh will be questioned in the Senate with the woman accusing him of sexually assaulting her.
A US observatory has reopened weeks after it was abruptly and mysteriously closed by the FBI.
Sir Paul McCartney has achieved his first solo number one album in the United States in 36 years.
The wife of Woody Allen has defended her husband against "unjust" claims of sexual abuse against his adopted daughter and attacked her adoptive mother Mia Farrow.
Five squirrels whose tails became tangled together in a "Gordian Knot" in their nest have been freed by a wildlife team in Wisconsin.
A woman who accused US President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct has spoken publicly for the first time.
Amazon is investigating claims that some of its staff sold confidential customer data to third party companies.
Two babies are among 31 people who have died as rain and flooding from storm Florence continues to devastate the US east coast.
Serena Williams has opened up in her first interview since accusing a US Open umpire of sexism, insisting she did not conspire to cheat with her coach.
Five people have been arrested for looting in the North Carolina city of Wilmington as rain and flooding from storm Florence continue to cause chaos.
I am writing this with the glow of a head torch in a dark, very dank and flooded hotel as the rain hammers down on the windows. Yet this setting feels like a major victory.
A US border patrol agent has been charged with murder following what police have called a two-week serial killing spree that left four prostitutes dead.