Steve McClaren sacked by Derby County after failing to reach Championship play-offs
Derby laboured to an eighth-placed finish in the Championship this season, as the Rams missed out on the play-offs after looking like league contenders earlier in the season
Gunman Behind Sydney Siege Described As Being Narcissistic And Troubled
A coroner’s inquest concerning the individual behind the December siege in Sydney, Australia, has revealed many details about the gunman’s life and mental state.
A coroner’s inquest concerning Man Haron Monis, the individual behind the December siege in Sydney, Australia, has revea
Win the weekly special meal for two at Dumbarton's Dumbuck House this weekend
The Lennox Herald is delighted to team up with the hotel to offer readers the chance to enjoy a delicious meal for free.
Alistair Carmichael won't quit despite being caught out for leaking memo in attempt to smear Nicola ...
PROTESTS have been held on Orkney and Shetland, where Carmichael is an MP, calling for his resignation.
Gunman, 7 others killed in Tunisia barracks shooting
A Tunisian soldier allegedly opened fire on fellow troops at a military barracks in the capital, killing seven before he was himself killed.
Body Of Kayaker Found In Fiancee Murder Case
The body of a missing kayaker who was allegedly killed last month by his fiancee has reportedly been found.
Murder Suspect's Bizarre Online Videos Emerge
A series of bizarre online videos have emerged of triple-murder suspect Jed Allen, who was being hunted by police after his six-year-old sister, their mother and her partner were found stabbed to d
Drone video of bridge washed out by floods in Texas
A line of storms that stretched through the nation's mid-section produce destructive floods in parts of Texas over the weekend. Here is a drone video of the remains of a bridge that was washed out over the Blanco River just north of Canyon Lake, Texas, and West of Wimberley, Texas. The footage was
WWII vet writes poetry to describe combat experience
For more than half a century, Joe Bruni stayed silent about the "hellish day on the bloody sulfuric sands" that took his childhood friend at Iwo Jima.
"If Tom Brokaw called us the greatest generation, we were also the silent generation," Bruni says of...
Obama notes milestone Memorial Day
President Barack Obama observed during remarks at Arlington National Cemetery on Monday that this year is the first Memorial Day in 14 years "that the United States is not engaged in a major ground war."
Saying that for "many of us, this Memorial Day ...
Charter set to announce Time Warner Cable acquisition
Time Warner Cable has a new potential buyer: Charter Communications.
Charter may announce a three-way proposal to buy Time Warner Cable and a smaller cable provider, Bright House, as early as Tuesday, a person close to the talks confirmed on Monday.
Returning Malaysians from Syria not terrorists
Zahid Hamidi says they will not automatically be branded terrorists but may be detained for interrogation.
Foreigners living in Britain banned from vote on EU
More than one million foreigners living in Britain will be banned from voting in the EU referendum, the Conservatives have announced, in a significant boost to Eurosceptic campaigners.The EU referendum bill, which will be announced...
Plant extracts offer hope against diabetes, cancer
Diabetes is the fastest growing metabolic disease in the world. A new study has shown that traditional Aboriginal and Indian plant extracts could be used to manage the disease and may also have potential use in cancer treatment.
Climate engineering may save coral reefs, study shows
Mass coral bleaching, which can lead to coral mortality, is predicted to occur far more frequently over the coming decades, due to the stress exerted by higher seawater temperatures. Geoengineering of the climate may be the only way to save coral reefs from mass bleaching, according to new research.
Malaysian police find 139 mass graves near Thai border
Malaysian authorities said on Monday they have discovered 139 suspected graves in a series of abandoned camps used by human traffickers on the border with Thailand.
The camps are where Rohingya Muslims fleeing Myanmar were believed to have been held.
Many had developed a diseas
Dear Coleen: I'm friendly with my ex and my new girlfriend just hates it
I don't want to get back with my ex partner, but maybe my girlfriend thinks it's all too cosy or sees her as a threat still?
'Labour has to prove it's up to the job of running the country and I'm the right man to do that'
Former Shadow Health Secretary, John Healey, MP has thrown his hat into the ring and here he explains why
Obama pays tribute to fallen heroes at Arlington
President Obama paid tribute on Monday to the nation's fallen service members at Arlington National Cemetery by laying a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknowns and said Americans "can never fully repay the debt" to those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
England seal thrilling win over NZ
England produce a magnificent final-day bowling display to win the first Test against New Zealand by 124 runs.
Charter Communications is near an agreement to buy Time Warner Cable for $195 a share
Charter Communications is close to a $55 billion deal to buy Time Warner Cable for $195 a share in cash and stock, Bloomberg News reports. According to those familiar with the agreement, Charter could announce the acquisition as soon as Tuesday. The deal would combine Time Warner, the se
Norwich down Middlesbrough to win promotion jackpot
London (AFP) - Norwich City won the promotion jackpot as they swept back into the Premier League with a 2-0 victory over Middlesbrough in the Championship play-off final on Monday.Alex Neil's side raced into a two-goal lead inside the first 15 minutes at Wembley thanks to goals from Cameron Jerome a
US, European Jets Join Arctic Exercise Near Russia
About 100 fighter jets from the United States and eight European nations began an Arctic training exercise in the Nordic nations on Monday, a region worried by increased Russian military activity.
The exercise, based in the north of Norway, Sweden and Finland with 4,000 personnel, is meant to t
Tunisian Soldier Kills 7, Wounds 10 in Barracks Attack
A Tunisian soldier opened fire on his fellow troops Monday, killing seven and wounding 10 before he was shot dead himself.
Authorities said the attack occurred at the Bouchoucha base in Tunis, not far from where two Islamist gunmen opened fire on tourists at the Bardo national museum in March,
Aquino: Philippines to Fly Usual Routes over Disputed Reefs
Philippine aircraft will continue to fly their usual routes over disputed reefs in the South China Sea, the country's president said Monday, defying China's challenges to its planes and those of the United States.
President Benigno Aquino III told reporters there is no declared air defense iden
US Flooding Kills 3, Destroys 400 Homes
Flash floods from record rains in the central U.S. states of Texas and Oklahoma have left three people dead and washed away at least 400 homes.
More than 2,000 people in Texas were forced to evacuate their homes Sunday and Monday as a line of storms from the Gulf of Mexico extending far northwa
Q&A: Alhurra's Rafal Mahdi on Islamic State Battle for Anbar
As Iraqi military and paramilitary forces are mounting a counteroffensive against Islamic State fighters in Anbar province, residents in Baghdad are rattled by the militant group's success just 110 kilometers to the west. Speaking from the capital on May 24, Alhurra TV news director Rafal Mahdi upda
Officials: Tanzania to Pick New President, Parliament on Oct. 25
Tanzanians will pick a new president and parliament on Oct. 25, officials said on Monday, in a national election likely to be dominated by the ruling party despite rising anger at poverty and corruption.
President Jakaya Kikwete is due to step down from the helm of east Africa's second-biggest
US Honors War Dead on Memorial Day
People in the United States are honoring those who died in military service with the annual Memorial Day holiday.
Regional cooperation lacking in Rohingya migrant crisis
In a policy reversal last week, Indonesia and Malaysia offered Rohingya migrants from Burma temporary sanctuary. But other Pacific nations, including Thailand and Australia, say offers of asylum merely encourage human trafficking.
WMNOVergnault published French born SNP politician denied EU referendum vote
A French-born politician elected to represent a region of Scotland has said it is a democratic disgrace that he will not be allowed to vote in the referendum on the UK's membership of the European Union.
Christian Allard, SNP MSP for North East Scotland, will be disqualified under Prime Minister
WMNAGreenwood published Triple death suspect caught on CCTV
Triple-killing suspect Jed Allen was pictured buying what appears to be a large bottle of water in a shop just hours before his young sister, mother and her partner were found stabbed to death at their home.
New CCTV shows the 21-year-old in WHSmith at Oxford railway station, ten miles from the Did
Sydney gunman 'a furtive fantasist'
Sydney gunman Man Monis was a self-obsessed fantasist who grew increasingly defiant as he edged closer to launching his deadly attack, an inquest has heard.
LISTEN: 'I'll kill you!' Wicklow couple get engaged live on air
A Wicklow couple who campaigned for a Yes vote in the marriage referendum have made the first steps toward availing of the new laws, when they are in enacted.
HIQA has 'grave concerns' about reports on children in direct provision
HIQA has said it has grave concerns about the high number of children living in direct provision, who have been referred to the Child and Family Agency.
VIDEO: Cameron prepares for EU talks
David Cameron is to hold talks with the European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker at Chequers on Monday, in the first of a series of one-to-one meetings with European leaders this week.
Poster family warns over stock images
A family whose image was used in a poster campaign by the group opposing gay marriage in the Republic of Ireland say they were "naive" about stock photography websites.