A dashboard camera in a police car captured the moment a gas explosion destroyed a New Jersey home, injuring 15 people.Read the full story ›
A Dutch Sim card firm allegedly hacked by the GCHQ has said it was "probably" hacked but denies large amounts of phone data was stolen.Read the full story ›
A blind man broke down in tears of joy when he saw his wife for the first time in over a decade, thanks to a cutting-edge 'bionic' eye.Read the full story ›
At least 30 people have been injured after a Southern California Metrolink train struck a vehicle in Ventura County, California, earlier today.
Three carriages of the commuter train derailed after the fiery collision with a truck on the tracks north west of Los Angeles.
There has so far been no official reports of fatalities.
Police officers formed a guard of honour to salute one of their own when favourite K-9 unit Judge made his final walk before being put down.Read the full story ›
An Arctic blast, dubbed the "Siberian Express", has sent temperatures plummeting in vast swathes of north and east America.
Icy conditions have left snow up to eight foot deep in places and created spectacular sights, even freezing one of the Natural Wonders of the world.
ITV News Washington Correspondent Robert Moore reports:
Emergency services rescued a man from an icy marsh in Massachusetts after he went in after his two pet dogs.Read the full story ›
British and American spies have been accused of stealing codes from one of the world's largest Sim card firms in order to hack into phones.Read the full story ›
A force of up to 25,000 troops is planning to recapture the Iraqi city of Mosul from Islamic State, according to a US official.Read the full story ›
A US federal judge has rejected BP's bid to reduce the maximum fine it could face over its role in the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
The fuel firm was hoping to cut its civil penalty per barrel spilled to $3,000 (£1,945), but US District Judge Carl Barbier upheld the government's ruling that the maximum fine should be $4,300 (£2,788).
It means BP could still face as much as $13.7 billion (£8.9bn) of civil fines from the spill.
Barbier did not rule on how much the company should actually pay out, and it is not yet known when he will make a decision.