Coronavirus means Halloween will be very different across the UK this year.
I remember election night 2016 well. I was in the bar of the Holiday Inn, Johnstown in the heart of the Pennsylvanian rust belt.
Berlin’s new airport is scheduled to finally open today – after nine years of delays and ballooning costs.
Carlisle and its surrounding areas have joined a raft of new regions in England that have moved from Tier 1 to Tier 2 coronavirus restrictions.
The number of black Americans eligible to vote has spiked to 30 million and more than a third of them live in the key battleground states.
Hundreds of people have been arrested for alleged brothel-keeping offences in the last four years under laws that sex workers claim put them at risk.
Large parts of the UK will be hit by heavy rain and strong winds this Halloween weekend, which risk flooding, power cuts and travel delays, the Met Office warns.
Thousands of jobseekers are being scammed in a surge of fake job adverts, as fraudsters exploit the rise in unemployment.