Meghan Markle claimed in her new Netflix docu-series the Toronto Police Service failed to take seriously her complaints that she was being “stalked” by photographers.
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Firefighters have rushed to the incident during the busy rush hour period, with people advised to avoid the area.
Officers were called to the east side of Detroit where an evicted tenant was keeping a pack of gators.
Eleven men tragically died when a Hawker Hunter jet performing for crowds crashed onto the A27 in West Sussex.
The UK has around 30,000 tonnes more in its fishing quota from the negotiations as a result of Brexit.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s new documentary series is likely to give some of their neighbours – the Hollywood elite – second thoughts about the couple, a royal expert told Express.co.uk.
Victoria Walker’s 11-year-old daughter has offered to help cover food essentials like bread and milk and the mum says she can’t afford Christmas this year.
The Prime Minister has vowed to stand firm against the trade unions. But public support means he is bound to cave eventually on nurses’ pay.
The Duke and Duchess’ new Netflix show, which focuses on leaders, has been blasted by Kinsey Schofield, who accused the royal of ‘worming their way into elite circles’.
Taiwan is growing increasingly worried over China’s threats of an invasion as Beijing’s relationship with Moscow tightens.
A teenager stands accused of first-degree attempted murder after brutally attacking his mother because she was “constantly on his case about cleaning his room”.
Police rushed to the scene in Kilburn this morning.
EXCLUSIVE: A former Trump administration official told Express.co.uk that he wasn’t sure the former president would run, leaving the 2024 race “wide open”.
A powerful explosion has hit a gas pipeline in Russia releasing a massive fireball.
Ambulance strikes are set to cripple the UK tomorrow with the army drafted in to answer urgent calls.
Kate, Princess of Wales, took part in an initiative launched to create a lasting tribute to Queen Elizabeth II’s historic reign.
A -12C “flood of cold” is about to sweep Britain bringing the mild snap to a shivering and snowy end in time for Christmas.
The Sun newspaper column has become the Independent Press Standards Organisation’s most complained about article.
Judges ruled that Leslie Winnister, who beat his wife to death with a marble chopping board, may receive a portion of her estate after lawyers argued his case fell within a legal loophole.
Russian President Vladimir Putin made a rare trip to Moscow’s ally Belarus as his forces pursued their campaign to bombard Ukraine from the air in a broad battlefield stalemate almost 10 months into his invasion.
PC Lee Ashcroft was found with videos of children “engaged in sexual activity” whilst he was a serving officer.
Andrew Bridgen became the first MP to use a new appeal system against decisions by the Standards Committee to challenge his five day suspension.
Train drivers at 15 rail companies are to stage a fresh strike on January 5 in a long-running dispute over pay.
The earthquake was reported on the coast of northern California at around 10.34am UTC.
A dad from Massachusetts tried to break into a police station with a chainsaw, had a standoff with police and dangled his two children out of the second-floor window of his home, police say.