Latest findings could be good news for 1.3 million victims living in UK
A short-tempered male gorilla at Dallas Zoo is being moved to South Carolina for therapy after biting one female gorilla and sneering at others, zoo officials confirmed on Monday.
Lawrence Okoye and Menelik Watson are aiming to blaze a trail in the States
Based on a true story, the film follows a Texan electrician who is diagnosed with HIV and begins smuggling alternative preventative drugs into the US
People have more control over their feelings than is often realised, he believed
Passengers and crew escape with minor injuries after landing incident
Witnesses said they saw the woman fall out of the ride when her safety bar released
Whether it’s adults recreating childhood snaps – or wearing the same outfit in shots across the ages – photo projects can speak louder than words
From cities at twilight to the Grachtenfestival
No price disclosed, but SoftLayer's business estimated at $2bn
This survey of YBA Richard Patterson’s career so far is bold, sensuous, and feels fresh rather than old hat recycled from the Freeze/Sensation years.
Blair and Berlusconi present at grand opening to mark the rebuilding of a reputation
As the fires were finally put out in West yesterday, this small Texas town was beginning to come to terms with news that at least 11 of its citizens were dead, following a huge blast at a fertiliser plant on Wednesday evening, which also injured around 160 people.
How do you survive a fire? The YBA Richard Patterson lost four paintings in the east London Momart warehouse fire that destroyed much of Charles Saatchi's art collection in 2004. Losing art works like this is devastating for any artist –Tracey Emin's tent and works by Damien Hirst, Sarah Lucas and Gary Hume were also lost. Patterson has painstakingly remade one of these paintings and it will appear in a new show at London's Timothy Taylor Gallery this month.
Austentatious is Cariad Lloyd, Rachel Parris, Amy Cooke-Hodgson, Andy Murray, Joseph Morpurgo and Graham Dickson. Together they do Jane Austen improve, somehow, in hour-long comedy plays based entirely on audience suggestions. And sometimes they do interviews...
A Swiss adventurer plans to fly his featherweight jumbo jet across America fuelled only by the energy of the Sun