In the late sixteenth century, a young man gathering scraps of destruction from the docks thought about whether he would ever leave Faversham, in the ward of Kent
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A HUSBAND divorced his wife when he saw her without makeup for the first time days after they tied the knot.
The search for Shavon Randle, the 13-year-old Lancaster girl who was the subject of an Amber Alert for the past couple of days, came to a heartbreaking end with the
In the latest development in the global crackdown against online piracy, people who use Kodi could now find themselves the target of anti-piracy groups and law enforcement agencies.
Asteroids are one of the most serious threats to life as we know it, but scientists and skywatchers have gotten pretty good at predicting exactly when and where
A team of doctors from Manchester University, Edinburgh University, and The Institute of Cancer Research in London have developed a new two-pronged treatment for a particularly
For Landon Riddle, his leukaemia diagnosis in 2012 originally gave him just a ten percent chance of living even another night.
A man has been jailed for six months after slapping a Muslim teenager across the face with an open packet of bacon.
Ever seen a Nutella commercial?
If you enjoy chocolate milk, but aren't sure how it's made or where it comes from, you're hardly alone.
In yet another symbol of how hard it is for some people to respect other peoples' lives or viewpoints, some people are reacting especially poorly
For almost 40 years Li Xitian has suffered from an incurable skin condition that makes his skin as rough as tree bark.
A Connecticut high school teacher was charged with second-degree sexual assault after admitting to police she had an illicit relationship with a student in the
An Alaskan “avenger,” armed with a hammer, is accused of attacking sex offenders using an online registry to flesh out his hit list.