Easter morning horror as girl, 16, is killed by neighbor who ‘drunkenly’ crashed his car through her bedroom at 80MPH as she slept
Pictured is California high school sophomore Giselle Mendoza who was killed before dawn Sunday when her allegedly drunk neighbor crashed through her bedroom.
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The final season of True Blood is nearly upon us and the latest video promoting Season 7 indicates that all hell is breaking loose in Bon Temps. The voice of Anna Paquin narrates the sequence of chaotic scenes in HBO’s Season 7 “clip tease,” as Sookie explains what’s going on.
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Led by Nene’s 24 points, the Wizards erased a 13-point deficit against a team known for its toughness and seized a 1-0 series lead.
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Prince William follows in his late mother’s footsteps as he signs a priceless Bible used in first-ever Christian service in Australia
The royal was presented with the priceless First Fleet Bible and Book of Common Prayer (pictured) during an Easter Sunday service in Sydney.
The Easter Bunny with a monster appetite: Meet three-and-a-half stone Darius who munches his way through 360 carrots, 30 apples and 15 cabbages a month
Darius weighs three-and-a-half stone and measures 4ft 4in, making him the world’s biggest rabbit, according to Guinness World Records.
Rain washes out cannabis park protest in London with just a few dozen activists turning up instead of the promised ‘thousands’
Lobby groups boasted ‘thousands’ would descend on London’s Hyde Park in a protest over legalisation. The move follows a trend in the US and Canada known as ‘420 Day’ where pro-cannabis activists hold mass smoking rallies on April 20
Darling’s pro-union campaign ‘dismal’: Senior Tories alarmed at former Labour Chancellor’s lacklustre performance
One poll yesterday found the pro-independence Yes campaign, which once trailed by a wide margin, is now only three points behind – raising the prospect of a majority vote to break up the union in September.
Britain’s queen of comedy is perfectly placed to steal the Saturday night top slot in the coming decade – and has set up her own company and begun rallying support to establish herself as a media mogul.
The Mail has repeatedly questioned the Church’s wisdom – particularly given that the evidence linking these long-overdue benefit changes to the use of food banks is so ferociously disputed, and the OECD insists food poverty is decreasing
Veteran actor Sir Michael Gambon wears an earpiece while acting in case he forgets his lines. The 73-year-old had himself checked by two doctors for Alzheimer’s disease because he is so worried by his memory loss.
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A respectable family. Eight GCSEs. Yet now the girl who got a boob job on the NHS wants to abort her baby so she can star in Big Brother… Could a woman sink any lower in search of fame?
Josie Cunningham grew up in Liverpool and began a career in the Royal Navy – but has given up her prospects to chase after photoshoots and TV appearances.
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Members of the National Union of Teachers (NUT) are threatening a mass campaign of non-compliance with the tests, as well as a boycott of a new reading check for six-year-olds.
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What’s up with Johnny Depp?
The truth is there is no such thing as the average person: he or she exists only in the world of statisticians. And statistics have no precise application to the individual, just the aggregate
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Ministers’ betrayal of the NHS whistle blowers: Despite promises of protection, they’re still at risk of losing their jobs for speaking out, say leading doctors
Leading doctors say nothing has changed over the last year even though ministers have pledged to change the culture of the Health Service to make it easier for staff to raise concerns.
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Found in a suburban garden in Hampshire… the chilling 300-year-old skeletal remains from Napoleon’s army
The bones – including three teeth – were found in the back garden of Nicola and Paul Walling, who live in Fareham, Hampshire, while a new extension was being built.
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The 13 items in our larders most likely to be out of date (check your condiments, tinned food and dressings as a priority)
Researchers have found that items such as condiments, tinned food, dressings and dips are most likely to be out of date. While herbs and spices, vegetables and stock cubes were also said to be past their use by date.
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Package holiday boom’s deadly legacy: Huge rise in skin cancer cases since 1970s blamed on sunshine getaways
The huge increase in skin cancer cases has been blamed on the legacy of sunshine package holidays which became popular in the 1960s.
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The miracle that persuaded the Vatican to make Pope John Paul II a saint: Woman looks back at the day she was ‘cured’ of brain aneurysm ahead of papal cannonisation
Costa Rican grandmother Floribeth Mora said she saw an image of Pope John Paul II in a newspaper and it told her to ‘stand up’ and ‘don’t be afraid
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New Yorkers across the city dressed to impress to celebrate Easter on a cheerful Sunday. Blooming trees, strollers on Fifth Avenue and Brooklyn churchgoers all looked grand under the gleaming sun.
London is now ‘a country of its own’ with property prices in a different league to the rest of the nation after home values in the capital rose by nearly 30 per cent last year.
Economic recovery ‘will give families an extra £600 a year’: Report is boost for Tory election campaign
The study forecasts that pay will outstrip inflation this year to leave average disposable income up 1.5 per cent by next year’s election – equal to about £390
Could Labour raise an NHS tax? One per cent rise suggested by influential former minister Frank Field to plug £30billion funding black hole
Influential former minister Frank Field has put forward the idea of a 1 per cent rise in National Insurance contributions to make the NHS sustainable
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