A book that assesses the state of the nation as it stood on the brink of the Great War
Engine maker Rolls-Royce has said it had made an approach to buy Finnish engineer Wärtsilä , but that talks have already ended.
Incident appears to be a bizarre coincidence after USAF helicopter crashed in Norfolk, UK yesterday
A quarter of a tonne of marijuana was hidden in sacks aboard Miss Kameney
Fred Waters was a photographer for Associated Press who covered everything from the Korean and Vietnam wars to the construction of the Gateway Arch. Waters was born in Alabama in 1927. His family moved to Miami in the 1930s and he got a job as a clerk in the photographic lab of the Miami Herald.
Shares of Domino’s Pizza plunged more than 9 per cent in early trading today as the company stunned investors with the news of its chief executive’s resignation.
With children taken care of, parents can get on with work on new homes
It was hoped that the comet would provide a spectacular sight in the sky next month - but the signs indicate that it had been burned up on its journey
Most locals knew someone who worked there. Ian Burrell recalls growing up close to the dockyard
Forecast from Cabinet ministers follows announcement that protected Glasgow shipbuilding jobs while scrapping them in Portsmouth
'Larger-than-life' Malaysian company boss known as Fat Leonard is alleged to have worked with the commander of the Navy to move vessels around 'like chess pieces'
Forget notions of the colour blue being boring, this season the shade is electric, says Emma Akbareian
Navy Vice Admiral Timothy Giardina is accused of using counterfeit poker chips at an Iowa casino
Speaking on his radio phone-in show on LBC, Nick Clegg has warned listeners of the “corrosive effect” of violent video games on children, using the recently released Grand Theft Auto 5 as an example.
If after the Newtown school massacre last year, the US was in shock because of the tender ages of so many of the victims, it was the maturity of those gunned down during Monday’s deadly rampage at the Washington Navy Yard that hit home today. The youngest was 46, all had had long careers, some were grandparents.
David Usborne uncovers the troubled mental state of Aaron Alexis and asks: how was he allowed to work on a naval base?