There was a special cameo from a Jerry Maguire co-star.
Veronica Panarello throttled her son Loris Stival to death with electrical cables and abandoned his body in a remote gully in Santa Croce, Sicily. When Panarello confessed that her son had been killed, she blamed her husband’s father Andrea Stival. Panarello was found guilty of the boy’s murder and of concealing a body and jailed for 30 years.
He also left a voucher for some free chicken.
Who got things right? And who is misinformed?
It’s always tricky when you want to check Facebook while you’re supposed to be working, especially if your boss is close by.
The BBC has commissioned a new cooking show.
Another major celebrity marriage comes to an end as Cheryl Fernandez-Versini is granted a decree nisi.
European Council President Donald Tusk said CETA, "could be our last free trade agreement, if we are not able to convince people that we negotiate to protect their interests"
Coronation Street fans were left in shock on Wednesday night when David Platt swore before the watershed.
A suspicious item found on the Tube is being investigated by counter-terrorism officers. British Transport Police were called to North Greenwich Underground Station in London at about 11am and a controlled explosion was carried out shortly afterwards. "While we are keeping an open mind, the Met's Counter Terrorism Command is leading the investigation because it has the expertise to deal with incidents of this kind," Scotland Yard said.
By Katie Paul and Tom Finn RIYADH/DOHA (Reuters) - Saudi social media users interpret the rare execution of an Al Saud prince as a sign of equality under Islamic law, approval likely to reassure Riyadh's absolute rulers as large spending cuts test the kingdom's welfare-based social contract. Prince Turki bin Saud al-Kabir was found guilty of shooting dead another Saudi national during a brawl and was executed after a royal order by King Salman, the interior ministry said on Tuesday. A prince who assassinated his uncle, King Faisal, was beheaded in 1975 and a princess was shot dead for adultery two years later.
We take a look at what happened in the semi-final of The Great British Bake Off 2016:
The UK will continue to play a full role while it remains in the EU, and will be a "strong and dependable partner" after Brexit, the Prime Minister said as she arrived for her first European Council meeting in Brussels. The PM said, unequivocally, that "the UK is leaving the EU". Mrs May also stressed that she wanted to talk to her fellow leaders about the situation in Syria, telling journalists: "We must show a robust and united European stance in the face of Russian aggression.
Starbucks Corp Chief Executive Howard Schultz on Thursday unveiled new growth plans for the chain's upscale Reserve brand as it fights off competition from super-premium coffee rivals like Blue Bottle and Intelligentsia. Starbucks, which was instrumental in shifting U.S. consumers to higher-quality coffee and espresso-based drinks, will have Reserve coffee "bars" in up to 1,000 Starbucks cafes by the end of 2017 in a bid to one day dominate the so-called "third wave" coffee movement. Most of those Starbucks Reserve bars will be in the United States, and a handful already have opened in New York City, Schultz said in an interview with Reuters.
A gorilla who sparked a lockdown at London Zoo when he escaped from his enclosure spent some of his freedom downing five litres of undiluted blackcurrant squash. Armed police were called in and visitors were cleared from the area after Kumbuka's "opportunistic" escape at dinner time last week. The 29st primate had been called for his food just after 5pm on 13 October and went through two doors that had been left unlocked before coming face-to-face with the zookeeper.
Nissan Motors, the head of Japan's number two automaker Nissan, said he will become chairman of struggling Mitsubishi Motors
The European Central Bank kept its key interest rates at record lows at its policy meeting
By William James and Huw Jones LONDON (Reuters) - The British government will do whatever is needed to ensure the stability of the financial services sector and markets during the process of negotiating Britain's exit from the European Union, Brexit minister David Davis said on Thursday. Britain's vote to leave the EU has rattled financial institutions based in London, raising the issue of whether they will have to relocate some or all of their operations to maintain access to the bloc's single market.
By Martinne Geller LONDON (Reuters) - Unilever's push to raise the prices of its brands in Britain in response to a fall in the pound exposed the vulnerabilities of a company - and wider consumer brands industry - that can no longer count on selling more goods to deliver revenue growth. Consumer goods companies have been grappling with slowing volume sales over the past year, hit by falling household spending across the world, fierce competition from retailers' own-brand products and economic weakness in emerging markets. The pound's plunge since the June Brexit vote has put extra pressure on firms like Unilever, whose brands include Marmite yeast spread and Dove soap, by driving up the cost of their imports to Britain and dollar-traded commodities.
Antoine was on This Morning with Christine Bleakley and Phillip Schofield:
Heathrow's chief executive says the Prime Minister is "showing leadership" in her approach to the long-delayed decision on airport expansion in the South East. John Holland-Kaye made his remarks days after it was revealed that while the Government would announce its preference next week , it could be at least a year before MPs vote on the issue, to allow for a full debate. A decision to allow cabinet ministers to voice any criticisms of the decision, for a limited time, was seen as bolstering the chances of Heathrow emerging victorious - given the opposition to a third runway from senior ministers including Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.
The Robin van Persie reunion tour rolls into Manchester today (20 October), with the experienced Dutch striker set to feature for current employers Fenerbahce in a Europa League Group A tie at Old Trafford. The fixture comes less than a month after he enjoyed a second-half cameo role in a 1-0 victory over his first club, Eredivisie leaders Feyenoord, in Istanbul. Van Persie's potential return to Manchester United was certainly the most intriguing aspect of an otherwise tame group-stage draw that took place back in August.
Wine production is likely to reach 259 million hectolitres, a decrease of 5 percent compared with 2015
The 65-year-old star was the drummer and lead singer of Genesis when Keith Moon - the drummer for The Who - died in 1978, and now admits he would have thrown in the towel with his group to take the late stickman’s place.
Three former senior executives of Tesco accused of fraud and false accounting at Britain's biggest retailer were told on Thursday that they will face trial next September. Christopher Bush, 50, who was managing director of Tesco UK,Carl Rogberg, 49, who was UK finance director, and John Scouler,48, who was UK food commercial director, were charged by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) on Sept. 9 with one count of fraud by abuse of position and one count of false accounting.