Latoya Ammons, who is a mother of three, told authorities that demonic spirits caused her 9-year-old son to walk backwards on a hospital ceiling
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Friday 10 May 2013
The oldest piece of silverware in football has been on quite a ride
Thursday 02 May 2013
Martyn Underhill, a former detective chief inspector who is now Dorset’s elected Police Commissioner, has announced on his blog that he is trying to organise commercial sponsorship to help all five police forces in the South-west cope with cuts in their budgets. “The police family in Dorset is living in austere times with a shrinking budget and workforce,” he complains. “We are the lowest funded force and have seen the worst cuts. This is wrong, and I will continue to fight this…. I see huge potential benefits to forming appropriate sponsorship relationships with reputable organisations.”
Lord McAlpine defamation case: Only a 'moron in a hurry' would not have understood Sally Bercow tweet
Tuesday 16 April 2013
Lord McAlpine, wrongly accused of child abuse, claims victory in early stage of defamation case
Wednesday 03 April 2013
The daughter of Muammar Gaddafi has been granted asylum in Oman after she was thrown out of her safe house in Algeria for repeatedly setting fires and attacking guards in fits of rage over her situation, it emerged last night.
Monday 25 March 2013
England beat them 8-0 on Friday
Thursday 21 March 2013
A football fan and canny operator, Greg Dyke could be a successful chairman, writes Glenn Moore
Young Franciscan monk killed by the military during Argentina's Dirty War could become first beatified person under Pope Francis' reign
Tuesday 19 March 2013
A young Franciscan monk, who was kidnapped and killed by the military during Argentina’s dirty war of the late 1970s, could be the first person beatified under the reign of Pope Francis, it emerged today.
Saturday 09 March 2013
An eight-parter about small-town lives is just the imitation Scandi-noir we've been waiting for
Wednesday 23 January 2013
Toyo Shibata was a poet who came to writing late in life and found success in two best-selling collections of verse. The first of these, Kujikenaide (Don't Lose Heart), was published in her 98th year and has since sold more than 1.6 million copies in her native Japan.
Tuesday 15 January 2013
Ever since 1652, on the first Sunday after the Epiphany, the Cistercian nuns of Lazkao, a rural town in the Basque Country's Gipuzkoa region, have staged a re-enactment of the flight of Joseph, Mary and Jesus from King Herod's soldiers.
Thursday 10 January 2013
Fleet Street editors are calling for a special charitable trust to be set up to oversee the new independent newspaper watchdog demanded by Lord Justice Leveson.
Friday 07 December 2012
The Washington Post will probably start charging online readers for access to newspaper articles in the middle of next year, a person familiar with the plans said.
Wednesday 21 November 2012
Lord Prescott accuses press of giving him a disproportionate 'kicking' over crime commissioner elections
Tuesday 20 November 2012
Lord Prescott has accused the press of giving him a worse “kicking” than any other candidate in the police and crime commissioner elections.
Saturday 17 November 2012
Three people were shot dead in southwestern Finland, most likely in an attack motivated by jealousy, Finnish police said.
Stephen Fry explains what he would say if he was 'confronted by God'
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Liberal Democrat minister defends comments suggesting immigration causes pub closures
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