The teacher entertained the student's children by playing on a laptop while their mother took her final exam
The man has said he was friends with the father of the victim
The cartoonist has defended the drawing and said he was attacking the politician's stance on refugees
Law enforcement officials shot and killed Floyd Ray Cook, a 62-year-old fugitive on Friday morning, ending a weeklong manhunt after the convicted rapist was out on parole.
There is a history in boxing of chaos following stability in the heavyweight division and now that Vitali Klitschko has left his title in an attempt to become Ukraine’s president, the greed, secret lobbying and joyful expectation have returned to the sport’s division of kings.
Salustiano Sanchez-Blazquez, who has died aged 112, was the world's oldest man, having held the title for just three months. He took the baton from Jiroemon Kimura, who died in Japan in June this year, aged 116.
Salustiano Sanchez-Blazquez, born in Spain in 1901, said he owed his longevity to eating a banana and six Anacin every day
US team in Moscow 33 years on from boycott but faces hostile questions over latest scandal
Hasn’t been a great week for Gillard, has it?
Radio host widely condemned for live questioning of Prime Minister
For each new scandal absorbed by the British racing community, their American cousins seem to contrive fresh consolation. Admittedly the craving for a first Triple Crown since 1978 has already been prolonged by defeat for the Kentucky Derby winner, Orb, in its second leg. But Oxbow's Preakness success none the less consolidated the romantic gains made by Orb, in himself satisfying the patient Derby quest of his admired, old school connections – notably his trainer, Shug McGaughey. Oxbow in turn restored two Hall of Fame titans, Wayne Lukas and Gary Stevens, from the shadows at 77 and 50 respectively.
The only remedy for despair is to remember darkest clouds blow through
The process of restoring public confidence in Godolphin was extended to the Newmarket stables of Saeed bin Suroor, whose horses were tested by British Horseracing Authority officials as an unexpected sequel to their work in the nearby yard of the disgraced Mahmood al-Zarooni.
McConnell's campaign team claim the recording is the result of bugging from the political left
Adaptable US runner can lift World Cup while Bancnuanaheireann offers value in Lincoln
Cheltenham on the cards as Irish novice hurdler shows raw courage to match a fancy pedigree