Angry crowds have poured onto the streets of Ferguson, Missouri, after a grand jury decided not to indict a white police officer over the death of an unarmed black 18-year-old.


Ferguson braced for more riots

Violence as police officer is cleared of shooting black teen


Cosby ‘sold out’ his daughter to kill story

Bill Cosby has been accused of selling out his daughter — by leaking a story about her battle with drink and drugs in order to kill off an article about him ‘swinging with Sammy Davis Jr and some showgirls in Las Vegas’.


CCTV a ‘tool to blackmail’ Liverpool captain Gerrard

CCTV footage of a street fracas involving Liverpool footballer Steven Gerrard was taken by an off-duty policewoman to be used as a “tool for blackmail,” a court heard.


Dewani honeymoon murder case decision delayed

British businessman Shrien Dewani will have to wait until December 8 to see whether a South African judge throws out charges that he organised the murder of his bride.

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Mother warns of risk of online predators after son killed by gamer

The mother of a 14-year-old boy murdered by a teenage gamer warned of the “very real danger” posed by “online predators”.


Parenting ‘difficult’ due to social media

Parents be warned: You are no longer the voice of authority when it comes to your children.


Pope denounces 'throwaway' culture of Europe

Europe’s throwaway culture, where the elderly, the terminally ill, unborn children are disposed of, was condemned by Pope Francis when he addressed the European Parliament in Strasbourg.


Master tea tester’s £1m tastebuds take the biscuit

ENGLAND: A master blender is to have his tastebuds insured by a leading tea company for £1m (€1.26m).