Articles by John Hall
Breon Stewart, 23, and Lionel Delpit III, 25, were each shot several times during Thursday's brutal double killing.
So many prisoners are falling ill that psychoactive substances are now the most serious threat to safety in British jails.
Drones are being used to smuggle superstrength drugs and mobile phones into prisons, in time for Christmas.
There were chaotic scenes across the UK last night as drunken revellers embraced 'Black-eye Friday'.
Ukraine's £2bn debt payment was due this weekend.
Texas police did not tell boy's parents he had been detained.
Home office plans due to 'empire building' by police commissioners say Fire Brigades Union boss
Jean-Marie Le Pen has accused his daughter Marine of being 'immoral' and lacking 'human qualities'
Warplanes have carried out air strikes on rebel-held suburbs in the Syrian capital, killing dozens of people.
Shoppers were left surprised at seeing 'Kate' and 'William' at the discount homeware store.
The spacecraft that will transport Tim Peake to the International Space Station is now on its launch pad.
Tim Peake has revealed the soundtrack of his six-month stay on the International Space Station.
Helicopter used to film a reality TV show for MTV has crashed in Argentina, killing two people.
Private defence contractors are busy looking into the financial benefits of another conflict in the Middle East.
A Thai man faces up to 32 years in prison for 'liking' a Facebook post that mocked the country's king.
32 cats are known to have fallen victim to a serial killer of felines.
Critics say the COP21 deal is 'toothless' and will harm the vulnerable communities.
Star Wars fans have been barred from unsheathing lightsabers in British cinemas amid security concerns.
People with 'black-sounding' names were discriminated against by white and black hosts, says study.
Singer Rita Ora suffered a terrifying night-time burglary shortly before X Factor co-star's home was raided.