An investigation was today under way after footage emerged of a woman throwing a kitten into the air. Read More
A woman has told how she went from arranging her own funeral when she was left paralysed and blind after brain surgery, to turning her life around and running her own business. Read More
A Dundee woman has told of her shock after finding a note on a bus pledging that “the sword will be used” to institute Sharia law — a day before a terror attack in London. Read More
A man on trial accused of murdering a Dundee couple broke down in tears in the dock, minutes before a graphic video showing the bodies of his alleged victims was shown to the court. Read More
UK & World
A Labour government would cap credit card interest so that no-one pays back more than twice the amount of their original borrowing, shadow chancellor John McDonnell has announced.
Labour’s general election Facebook campaign reached more than 29 million unique users, the party’s general secretary has claimed.
Labour should change its policy to renew the UK’s nuclear deterrent, a shadow minister has said.
Police have foiled seven terror attacks since the Westminster atrocity in March, Sadiq Khan has revealed.
A casually-dressed Prince Harry embraced beaming athletes as he handed out medals at the Invictus games at Toronto’s York Lions Stadium.
The family of missing RAF gunner Corrie McKeague has retraced his last-known steps exactly one year after he vanished.
As part of their weekly Open Mic Rejects podcast, hosts Todd Gillett and Clint Parsons asked the internet to come up with stupid questions they would like to ask scientists.
Labour divisions over Europe erupted after conference delegates agreed not to push the issue of Brexit to a vote.