From jumping into ice-cold water to falling a terrifying 500 feet from a bridge in sub-zero conditions in the Italian mountains, Dianne Buswell calls her time on BBC's Freeze The Fear With Wim Hof "really quite life changing".
As the blockbuster six-week defamation trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard drew to a close, the courtroom in Fairfax, Virginia burst into spontaneous applause to congratulate the stenographer who transcribed every detail.
A landmark display of “superbloom” flowers in the moat of the Tower of London is undergoing an unexpected rescue mission after cold and dry weather left it in danger of failing to blossom in time for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
A Moldovan court on Thursday placed former president and pro-Russian opposition leader Igor Dodon under house arrest for 30 days to allow prosecutors to investigate allegations of corruption and treason. The Ciocana district court in Chisinau, the capital, made the order two days after Dodon's house was searched and he was placed under detention for 72 hours. Speaking to the media after the court hearing, Dodon said the case was politically motivated, a charge the government has rejected.
The discovery of the bodies of three women inside a Chicago senior housing facility after a brief heat wave this month raises questions about whether officials and residents are prepared for the kind of brutal heat that killed more than 700 people in the city nearly three decades ago
The mother of a teenager who killed 21 people in a Texas school shooting has begged forgiveness for her son, saying he “had his reasons for doing what he did”. Nineteen students and two teachers were killed at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde when 18-year-old Salvador Ramos opened fire. Speaking after her son was shot dead by law enforcement officers, Adriana Martinez Reyes begged the victims for forgiveness.