The controversial 21-year-old pop singer told Jay Leno how she felt the troubled teen should have handled his recent spate of arrests
Ford has hit the headlines almost as frequently as the troubled teen for a string of embarrassing public incidents
25 per cent of Russian men die before they are 55, study reports
Predictions for the year ahead whether you're a monkey, a rat or even a pig
The controversial pop star is also facing charges of driving under the influence in Florida and is under investigation for vandalism in LA
Two Britons are among a group of 20 journalists working for Al-Jazeera facing criminal trial in Egypt on charges of aiding or joining a terrorist organisation – the latest press crackdown in a country which is facing growing instability.
White House staff must now review the request and issue an official statement
Thousands of US citizens are begging the White House to instruct the deportation of the troubled star back to Canada
The man who pays his way
A shipment of genetically modified tomato juice designed to boost health benefits is on its way to the UK for testing.
Regular readers will recall my articles about overseas pensioners and the anger felt by around half a million of them who have had their state pensions frozen.
Or so say the bookies, who fancy Bieber’s chances of landing himself a lengthy jail sentence after his recent spate of arrests
In happier times, the MV Lyubov Orlova was a pleasure ship, a cruiser accustomed to taking well-heeled Russian holidaymakers on adventure tours around the Arctic. Today, that same 295ft ship is bobbing somewhere off the coast of Ireland, its only passengers a horde of disease-ridden rats.
Semi-final thrashing came after Na saw off 19-year-old sensation Eugenie Bouchard with the pair set to collide on Saturday
In Canada it is perfectly legal to acquire a firearm and bullets. But Marmite and Irn-Bru are apparently a threat to the nation’s health after the Canadian food watchdog banned some of Britain’s most popular exports from supermarket shelves.
Why are ministers so resistant to provide this limited help?