A woman who was arrested following an anti-terrorism investigation has appeared in court charged with attempting to murder a magistrate – who is also her mother.
Fourth quarter profits declined to $2.1 billion from $7.3 billion a year earlier
Experts say the ground-breaking discovery could pave way for routine use of stem cells in medicine
Cuadrilla, the fracking company responsible for a series of earth tremors around Blackpool in 2011, has withdrawn applications for permits to frack in Lancashire after problems surfaced relating to the disposal of radioactive waste.
Police in Quebec say a fire at a seniors' residence in Quebec has left eight dead and 24 missing.
Government trying to crack down on illegal websites selling medication
The European medicines watchdog is to carry out a review of the "morning after pill" emergency contraceptives in light of growing evidence that some products may be less effective for overweight and obese women.
Suspicious package turned out to be more meaty than incendiary
Freedom Industries facing lawsuits and investigations after spill that left 300,000 without water
Shell dropped a bombshell on investors after warning that fourth quarter profit will be "significantly" lower than last year, blaming low production, high exploration costs and continuing problems with refining.
Business Secretary admits strategy to rebalance the economy away from its independence on financial services might take a decade
Inventions may change the world, but not all count as progress, and several inventors have later come to regret their bright idea.
John Kerry and Sergei Lavrov met for talks in Paris this week ahead of a peace conference in Geneva
Authorities have still not declared the water supply safe two days after contamination
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence is due to change how it decides which drugs can be provided by the health service
Ministers ready to increase sums paid to affected communities in effort to pacify local opposition