An incomplete account by the US government followed by the declassification of top secret files may have helped fuel interest in UFOs
Who Deleted Me? app lets Facebook users know when they've been ditched by a friend
Unmanned drones are becoming commonplace in a variety of industries across the globe
Briton gored in the groin as Spain's most dangerous – and controversial - festival kicks off in Pamplona
Use of legal highs fuelling debt and violence behind bars and becoming a source of ‘increasing concern'
Memorials set to mark ten years since 7/7, the deadliest terrorist attack in UK since Lockerbie
Memorial services are taking place across the continent to commemorate the deaths of 8,000 Bosniak men
Not everyone sees the world the way you do. Find out more about colour blindness, its science and its effects.
The 1.5-mile bridge, opened in 1890, is hailed as an 'extraordinary and impressive milestone'
Four people hit by lightning in Sunday's storm – and strikes are more common than you might think
If dark energy triumphs over gravity, the universe might vanish from view, according to a new theory
Allergy sufferers warned that pollen levels are rising to 'very high' levels this week
Henley Regatta is underway. Here's all you need to know about the famous summer rowing event
Yesterday Sotheby's held the most lucrative London art auction ever – but were the artworks themselves record breakers?
John Palmer was linked to mammoth gold heist and later swindled money out of thousands of Brits
Greece's notoriously partisan press is divided over whether Greeks should vote Yes or No in Sunday's referendum
Men could soon have more contraceptive choices, but many question why it's taken this long
If Greece leaves the euro, it won't be the first monetary exit for the Hellenic Republic
The tennis competition could very nearly have been called the Wimbledon sphairistike championship