FIFA Officials Held On Corruption Charges

Several top FIFA officials have been arrested in Switzerland on corruption charges, according to reports.

Floods Kill At Least 16 In Texas And Oklahoma

Officials say the death toll is likely to rise after flash flooding killed at least 16 people and washed away hundreds of homes.

Many MS Sufferers Misdiagnosed, Charity Says

The Multiple Sclerosis Society says a quarter of sufferers are told they are simply suffering from a trapped nerve.

FBI Investigates Threat To Los Angeles Plane

The FBI and Los Angeles airport police investigate a threat made by telephone to an EVA Air flight from Taiwan.

EU Referendum: ‘Yes’ To Stay Or ‘No’ To Leave

Voters are expected to be asked to choose “yes” to remain in Europe or “no” to leave in a referendum on EU membership.

Books Fighting Back In Battle With E-Readers

Authors tell Sky News “the novelty of the e-book has worn off”, amid hopes the big fall in paperback sales has come to an end.

Queen’s Speech: Tax Break For Low Wage Earners

The Tories say the Queen’s Speech is for working families, but Labour fears it will be “very different from the rhetoric”.

What You Need To Know About The Queen’s Speech

The Queen will deliver her speech at the State Opening of Parliament today. Here’s what you need to know about the speech.

Wednesday’s National Newspaper Front Pages

Sky News takes a look at the stories making a splash in Wednesday’s national newspapers.

NI Government Faces Suspension Or Collapse

Northern Ireland’s devolved government is facing suspension or possible collapse amid a row over the budget.

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