News A man in Kenya has woken up in a morgue after he was pronounced dead

The man's family had started making funeral arrangements when he awoke

Chelsea revealed they are involved in negotiations aimed at keeping Frank Lampard at the club beyond the end of the season

Chelsea may keep Lampard after all

After months of speculation about his future, Blues admit they are in negotiations to extend his contract

Don't be too hasty in writing off newspapers

Not only is Wi-Fi unnecessary to make one work, papers are a bulwark of democracy, vital for holding the rich and powerful to account

Time for an economics lesson, Mr Mackenzie

An avowed Thatcherite, he seems to believe there's no such thing as society

Sir Brian is tipped as a future Lord Chief Justice, the head of the judiciary in England and Wales

Leveson's Wikipedia moment: how internet 'research' on The Independent's history left him red-faced

Lord Justice Leveson forgot one of the elementary rules of journalism when he compiled the section of his report that covered the history of this newspaper. Journalism students are taught at college that when researching on the internet, they should not assume that the first site they come to is reliable.

The trick to selling newspapers to students

i has launched a marketing campaign aimed at getting students to engage with the paper, and I have been lucky enough to be chosen to represent the paper at the University of Kent. The task of promoting a paper to students is a difficult one, for all sorts of reasons.

Naked photos of Prince William on the market

Another twist to the naked royals story; William Foxton, writing for The Telegraph, discusses how photos of Kate Middleton have boosted the fortunes of online porn sites - and reveals that pictures of Prince William naked are also apparently being offered to publishers.

David Flatman: Parling on course to become England's secret weapon

From the Front Row: Parling does not come to the gorillas' convention with survival on his mind

Archie Bland: Coming out is one thing. Being dragged out is another

Anderson Cooper's not particularly well known over here, but in the US he's a huge star: one of the most prominent news anchors on television, respected as a reporter in his work for CNN but also a celebrity of the sort who's liable to get asked all kinds of invasive questions about his personal life. Also, he's gay. It's been an open secret for years; now, after he finally acknowledged it earlier this week, it's just an open fact.

Gina Rinehart already owns a stake in a television network

The rich climate change sceptic who wants a slice of the media

Addressing a libertarian think tank in Perth last July, the British climate change sceptic Christopher Monckton urged Australians to create a home-grown version of Rupert Murdoch's Fox News. Lord Monckton's visit was part-funded by one of his biggest Australian fans, Gina Rinehart, the multi-billionaire iron ore magnate. A year on, Ms Rinehart – the country's wealthiest individual – is on the verge of becoming its newest media mogul, a prospect sending a chill through newsrooms, boardrooms and the corridors of government.

Jon Snow has been the subject of several Mail articles over the years

Daily Mail has a pernicious, lying agenda, says Jon Snow

Murdoch titles are not the only wrong-doers, veteran broadcaster tells Leveson Inquiry

Sly Bailey's early exit from Trinity Mirror

Sly Bailey left Trinity Mirror yesterday with immediate effect, as the troubled newspaper group performed a U-turn on plans for her to stay until the end of the year.

Leveson Inquiry: Evgeny Lebedev defends political talks

Evgeny Lebedev has said he sees "no issue" with politicians and newspaper proprietors meeting each other because "we operate in the same sphere of existence".

USA Today staff to take unpaid leave

USA Today, America's second-biggest newspaper, has asked most of its staff to take week off without pay to save money. The measures come as the newspaper continues to struggle to sell advertising space and is the latest in a series of cost-cutting initiatives in recent years.

Campaigning voice: Rooney Mara as Lisbeth Salander in the film adaptation of Stieg Larsson's 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo'

The Expo Files, By Stieg Larsson

It's a mystery as provocative as anything in The Millennium Trilogy: is there a fourth book by the author of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo? How much more did Stieg Larsson write about the fascinating, sociopathic Lisbeth Salander before his prodigally unhealthy lifestyle ended his life at the age of 50?

The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne after its restoration

Long-awaited restoration of Leonardo masterpiece delights critics in the Louvre

A much-disputed face-lift given to Leonard da Vinci's final masterpiece was unveiled to the public at the Louvre in Paris yesterday.

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