Puppy is 'love of my life' says woman fighting New York's first 'matrimonial pet custody case'
Decline of 'Motor City' enters new chapter as judge clears largest municipal bankruptcy in US history
US lawyer Steven Wise says chimps are social, self-aware and deserve same rights as humans
Authorities have black box from train in which at least four people died and 63 were injured
Starbucks insists on taking your name when you order a coffee... but what happens if the name is Spartacus?
English actor says American celebration 'hurts our feelings' before taking out anger on a turkey
Adam Lanza wrote book about children being slaughtered years before carrying out murders
It was the CIA, the KGB, aliens or an accident. Why three shots fired in Dallas still reverberate across America
Notorious US killer is 79, but Missouri woman called Star says she was 'born' to marry him
From Kennedy to Arafat, people mistrust the official version of events, writes Lindsay Porter
Men dressed as ancient Romans take part in a parade to mark the 2,767th anniversary of the founding of Rome. Known as Natale di Roma, the annual celebration has taken place since 1870.
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