On October 3, the Republican nominee in Georgia's Senate race, Herschel Walker, called the report that he paid for an abortion over a decade ago was a "flat-out lie".
Alain Aspect, John F Clauser and Anton Zeilinger win prize for work on phenomenon Einstein described as ‘spooky action at a distance’
Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) said demand for online advice for mortgage issues has climbed by 277%
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Sir Adrian Fulford made the remarks as he prepared to retire as a full-time judge.
Frighteningly adorable costumes for your little nippers
Letter: A reader questions the health service’s spending on mental health and its handling of patients
INDYEATS OCTOBER 2022: If you’re looking to add a touch of colour to your autumn/winter rotation, this huge list of Mediterranean recipes is your friend, says Hannah Twiggs
Denmark’s queen has apologised for stripping some of her grandchildren of their royal titles but defended the move as “future-proofing”' the monarchy.
A landmark inquiry into the government’s handling of the Covid pandemic has opened today, led by Baroness Heather Hallett.
In order to fulfill a high demand for sustainable, clean and organic food, Taiwan is looking for alternative spaces to grow vegetables.
The former president is also seeking $475m in punitive damages in a defamation lawsuit against CNN
Actor’s first film ‘Falling for Christmas’, as part of her movie deal with Netflix, releases on 10 November
EX-Celtic WAG Helen Flanagan has revealed when she would "love" to return to Coronation Street.
A reward of up to £20,000 has been offered for information which leads to the conviction of two killers who fired 20 bullets at a man in a social club in Belfast. CCTV footage showing two hooded suspects walking into the Donegal Celtic Sports and Social Club on Suffolk Road in west Belfast where the shooting occurred has also been released. Detectives from the PSNI major investigation team probing the murder of 42-year-old Sean Fox on Sunday revealed two men stood over him as he collapsed.
Officers will attend "all at home burglaries" for the first time, police chiefs from across the country have pledged. The commitment is aimed at building public confidence in officers, the chairman of the National Police Chief's Council has said, and has been signed by all 43 chief constables in England and Wales. The move will see officers always make a visit to victims of burglaries, regardless of the location and the items that have been stolen.
Lawyer for families said there was concern about how the inquiry team had been engaging with them
Teenagers across the UK could have tens of thousands of pounds waiting for them in savings accounts says HMRC.
"The biggest capital, the biggest asset in the war is people can unite, people can help, people can fight," says one Mykolaiv resident.
What I find so weird and wonderful about British food is that it is simultaneously adored and derided.