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The mysterious piece of land in Nevada has been linked with reports of UFOs, alien bodies and secret government projects
The Attorney General Dominic Grieve blocked the publication of letters from the Prince of Wales to MPs
Woman had been pronounced dead by medical staff and parents had agreed to donate her organs
Three High Court judges have refused to overturn a decision blocking the disclosure of correspondence written by the Prince of Wales to Government ministers, as they believe it could undermine his ability to fulfil his duties as King.
There was good news for our columnist Owen Jones in the disclosure of MPs' most borrowed books from the House of Commons library; his Chavs makes the Top 10. Also included on the hot list, more worryingly, were How to be an MP and How Parliament Works.
'Fracking' exploration could affect 60 per cent of UK, despite safety fears
Osama Bin Laden’s last rites aboard the USS Carl Vinson were shrouded in such secrecy that the ship’s crewmen had little idea what was going on as the slain Al-Qaida leader’s body was helicoptered in and swiftly buried at sea, new US military emails have revealed.
Justice Secretary Chris Grayling has called for an “immediate examination” of the legal aid system after it emerged terror suspect Abu Hamza's legal battles cost taxpayers almost £1 million.
Barack Obama is known to enjoy a "brewksi" and his aides and thirsty journalists have been lucky enough to share a pitcher of his White House homebrew on the presidential campaign bus.
Court keeps UK role secret – as No 10 calls for police to question Labour ministers
Education Secretary Michael Gove today lost the latest round in his freedom of information battle to keep details of emails from his personal account secret.
Fewer than one in 100 applicants from Salford find work at Corporation's new northern outpost
Campaigners condemn decision not to include 'murky' issue of detainee transfers in investigation as 'only doing half the job'
Have you ever said to yourself, "Why is there never enough BBC drama about middle-class people with young children living in north London?" No? Me neither. I know Outnumbered was very successful on TV, but sometimes feels like the whole of north London is squabbling, parenting and getting a divorce right here in my (south London) kitchen.
Fourfold rise in grievances among borrowers
The Tate galleries are the nation's most successful, but that hasn't stopped the organisation's director, Sir Nicholas Serota, from flying economy class.