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Brooke Shields and tennis star Andre Agassi at the 1997 Golden Globe Awards

Brooke Shields opens up about her divorce from Andre Agassi

Brooke Shields unwittingly revealed shocking details about her divorce from Andre Agassi on the Today show.

Constance Briscoe pleaded not guilty at the Old Bailey to two counts of intending to pervert the course of public justice

Part-time judge Constance Briscoe denies perverting justice over Chris Huhne case

56-year-old faces trial next January over two charges

Pope Francis, at the head of the table, and the eight cardinals, on the first of three days of talks at which he wants to modernise the Catholic Church

What to do about financial corruption, the role of women and views on homosexuality? Meet the men charged with ending the ‘narcissism’ of the Catholic Church

Pope Francis has made his strongest call yet for the Roman Catholic Church to enter the modern world as he met senior cardinals charged with giving the 2,000-year-old institution a radical overhaul.

Find yourself amongst the 1.26bn Facebook users on one webpage

'The Faces of Facebook' also lists users by chronological order, and guess who's number one...

The Scottish entrepreneur Duncan Bannatyne has taken the unusual step of criticising the clients of his own gym business empire, saying he is unhappy with the kind of people using the chain after he decided to drop the membership prices

Duncan Bannatyne slams his own gym clients in ‘Ratner moment’

The Scottish entrepreneur Duncan Bannatyne has taken the unusual step of criticising the clients of his own gym business empire, saying he is unhappy with the kind of people using the chain after he decided to drop the membership prices.

Martina Hingis: Her husband claimed she had cheated on him

Ex-tennis star Martina Hingis 'beat up husband
with mother'

The husband of the former Swiss tennis champion, Martina Hingis, has accused his estranged wife and her mother of assaulting him, claiming he fled to France to escape the pair.

Former Pc Gareth Gricks found dead on day he faced child sex charges

A former police officer has been found dead on the day he was due to be charged with a series of serious sexual offences.

Olivia Williams (Marianne) and Mark Bazeley (Johan) in Scenes from a Marriage

Theatre review: Scenes from a Marriage - 'A merciless dissection on the state of matrimony'

The play that allegedly caused Scandinavian divorce rates to double comes to London in a production directed by Trevor Nunn

Cassady in 1994; by then she was living in England

Carolyn Cassady: 'Camille' in Kerouac's novel 'On The Road'

Carolyn Cassady was the lover of Jack Kerouac and the wife of his friend Neal Cassady, the "Dean Moriarty" of Kerouac's 1957 novel On The Road – which, along with Allen Ginsburg's poem Howl, is the best-known product of the Beat Generation.

The Love School event at Wembley Arena

A masterclass in marriage maintenance? Welcome to Britain’s own Love School

It’s billed as a relationship-rescue mission, but its sponsor is a ‘cult-like’ Pentecostal church. Kunal Dutta tags along

The help desk: How can I deal with a widower's unwanted advances?

Q. A few weeks ago, a neighbour of mine died of cancer. We've all rallied round to support her husband – they'd been married for 24 years and it's a terrible shock for him.

Film review: Hawking is a portrait for the fans

The story of a remarkable man, unremarkably told. Stephen Hawking knows his own value: "I was born in 1942, exactly 300 years after Galileo." The Larkin-esque student in 1960s Oxford didn't work that hard, allegedly, so natural was his brilliance, and he ascended greater heights of achievement at Cambridge.

Tennessee judge rules baby can keep the name Messiah

Baby boy will now be called Messiah Deshawn McCullough after judge overturns ruling that forced parents to name the baby Martin

Fifth of workers say they will never be able to afford to retire

Nearly one in five workers in Britain is resigned to the fact that they will have to toil away for a lifetime.

Clark bought this $24m Connecticut estate but left it empty for decades

Family of reclusive heiress Huguette Clark fights over $300m copper mining fortune she left to charity and her care staff

Huguette Clark lived like a hermit in vast New York flat and left her estate to carers

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Charlie Austin: ‘If the move is not right, I’m not going’

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How Isis profits from destruction of antiquities

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Tunisia fears its Arab Spring could be reversed as the new regime becomes as intolerant of dissent as its predecessor

The Arab Spring reversed

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King Arthur: Legendary figure was real and lived most of his life in Strathclyde, academic claims

Academic claims King Arthur was real - and reveals where he lived

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