Presumed Republican presidential candidate chose Mike Pence to run with him, despite only having known him a few months
Isis have claimed responsibility for the attack - but investigators are yet to find evidence linking the attacker to any terrorist group
Bridge remains closed to northbound traffic as fire service and police attend to the scene
'Passengers are paying thousands of pounds for a service that rather than being ‘turn up and go’ has become ‘turn up and hope’'
Ms Eagle may face a vote of no confidence at Wallasey Labour party meeting on Friday
Concerns over fragile peace deal as conflict between rival troops forces hundreds fleeing their homes
Ukip donor has said Theresa May will be 'the death of Brexit by a thousand cuts'
Paolo Gentiloni suggests that referendum result is not binding
Man arrested for people trafficking opens up to police after shock at the number of migrant deaths
Around 64 per cent of Leave voters have a positive opinion of Home Secretary
Drivers over 75 are twice as likely to die at a T-junction compared to younger drivers
Judge ruled that there was no legal basis for preventing Aqilah Sandhu from wearing a headscarf at work, but local authorities plan to appeal the decision
Westside Family Church wants to release the identities of two girls under 14, whose families accused the church of allowing a known sex abuser to volunteer with children
The child remains in critical condition
Michelle Carter charged with involuntary manslaughter
Almost half of Britons polled say there should be a general election before negotiations begin