The sole word she said to doctors was her name: Rebecca
Paul Nurse recieved a science Nobel Prize in 2001. Here, he shares some words of wisdom with 2013's winners
Union members give Qatar the red card as country says a review of mirgant labourer maltreatment has been put in place
The charges relate to Saturday's match against Bournemouth
You're eating your 5 a day, you've long since given up the fags and you even manage to get out for a bit of exercise every once in while. Congratulations. These might seem like achievements, but give the myriad other ways you're unwittingly damaging your health, really, why bother?
Belu, the social enterprise bottled water company which hands all of its profits to the charity Water Aid, has won a £100,000 contract to supply dining rooms, canteens and select committee meetings at the House of Commons and House of Lords.
Torrential downpours in northern states wash away roads, buildings and vehicles
A garment worker who spent 17 days trapped in rubble has been offered a job in a hotel
A week after he became the laughing stock of the internet with his so-called “water lunge”, Florida Senator Marco Rubio has proved he has a characteristic crucial to any politician: the ability to bounce back.
A hairdresser whose death during the final stages of the London Marathon led to more than £1m being donated to charity had taken an amphetamine-like drug which she had bought legally on-line, an inquest heard today.
Celebrities including Yoko Ono, her son Sean Lennon and actress Susan Sarandon were in Pennsylvania today for an “anti-fracking” tour.
Some people say they like winter because you get to stay inside and watch box sets. I'm sorry to report, those people are wrong
Normally bustling streets were empty as trade unions began a paralysing national strike in oil-rich Nigeria today, angered by soaring fuel prices and decades of government corruption.
The idea that we are short of water comes from a guideline in 1945 that adults should drink 2.5l every day
View from Blackpool
Military aircraft dropped supplies to towns cut off by floods in northeastern Australia as the prime minister promised new assistance yesterday to the 200,000 people affected by waters covering an area larger than France and Germany combined.