The Conservative Party sweeps to power in elections, a victory that returns Cameron to a stronger position than before and sees three other party leaders resign.
Diplomats from the Philippines and Norway were among those killed in a chopper crash in the country's north.
Conditions appear to be ripe this weekend for storms that could produce even more powerful tornadoes across an area covering southern Kansas, western Oklahoma and parts of North Texas.
Obama is visiting Nike headquarters in Oregon to promote his trade agenda in an export-dependent region of the country.
AP's Erika Kinetz finds that financial institutions in China are serving as safe havens for counterfeiters, using them to process credit card payments for fake goods or move money around the globe.
AP's Mary Clare Jalonick reports that a government investigation found that Blue Bell Creameries knew there was listeria in one of their plants as far back as March 2013.
The government's April jobs report could bring some clarity to a fuzzy picture of the U.S. economy.
Two avalanches in two years on Mount Everest have put a major crimp in Nepal's climbing industry, a vital source of income for guides in the poor country.
Jimmy Kimmel tells the New York Times he has chosen not to air a new episode of his talk show opposite David Letterman's final "Late Show" installment.
The Super Bowl-winning quarterback says he needs more time to digest the report that concluded that he probably knew that New England Patriots equipment staff had a role in deflating footballs.