Several others have overdosed on the bad drugs.
Last year, fast food workers in 270 US cities went on strike to demand a $15 an hour minimum rate of pay
Five years into Richmond’s multimillion-dollar experiment, 84 of 88 young men who have participated in the programme remain alive
William Celli used Facebook to post Islamophobic comments and a picture of a bomb
'After a week, we considered her lost at sea and presumed dead'
LaBute has broken one of his golden rules and revisited the characters of his 2008 work Reasons to be Pretty
Tracey Chevalier exposes the romanticised lie in the American dream
The zoo director said it was 'a pretty good feat in itself. ... It was a pretty quick snatch'
Reporter Alex Savidge later said the incident was one of the most shocking things he had experienced
'This will be the first time a law school will be on trial to defend its public employment figures', says former student's lawyer
A preliminary investigation shows that a mudslide could have caused the accident
More than 200 passengers were on board the train which derailed after reportedly hitting a tree that had fallen on the tracks
Novice David Lewis had never been near a board, so would a trip into the chilly waters off the Kent coast prepare him for a lesson with the pros in Surf City USA?
Few of the new meateries deserve to succeed as much as this one on the fringes of the City, says Tracey Macleod
Chased by ghosts, plunged into the deep blue ocean, Chloe Hamilton was virtually blown away by her immersive experience of the first Virtual Reality Festival in the UK, which brought the biggest names – and the best tech – in the business to London
Billy Mitchell has spent his life farming the arid Mojave desert, continuously searching for water to slake the thirst of his 140 cattle. The photographer Zoe Childerley discovers what drives him on as he approaches his seventies – and hears of his struggle to convince his four daughters to carry on a 150-year tradition