Paul PeacheyOne was set on the path to murder by a deluded belief that 9/11 was a Western conspiracy. The other told of his disgust at watching television in 2003 as Western missiles rained down on Baghdad to try to remove Saddam Hussein from power.
Conal Urquhart, Rachel WilliamsMore than 80 people were injured on Thursday night when part of a theatre in London's West End collapsed on to the audience during a performance.
Richard PalmerWith a gleeful smile, the Queen kicked off her festive break at Sandringham today when she arrived at King's Lynn on a scheduled train service from London.
Greg Miller and Ellen NakashimaFrom the moment the government’s massive database of citizens’ call records was exposed this year, U.S. officials have clung to two main lines of defense: The secret surveillance program was constitutional and critical to keeping the nation safe.
David LauterWASHINGTON -- The Obama administration has opened a small, but potentially important, hole in a key requirement of the new healthcare law, letting some people who have had insurance policies cancelled avoid the requirement to buy coverage next year.
Jim Finkle and Dhanya SkariachanBOSTON (Reuters) - Target Corp said hackers have stolen data from up to 40 million credit and debit cards of shoppers who visited its stores during the first three weeks of the holiday season in the second-largest such breach reported by a U.S. retailer.