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E-BOO-la!: Texas man sickens his neighbors with Halloween decorations like quarantine tape and light-up biohazard bins inspired by the Ebola scare

'There's negative people everywhere and they are going to give me grief about it but it's all in good fun,' said prankster homeowner James FaulkThe ...

Outrage in Congress as Obama's Treasury Department won't let witness testify about Lois Lerner's 'lost' emails until AFTER the election

House Ways and Means chairman angrily demanded that Treasury Secretary make lawyer Hannah Stott-Bumsted available next weekStott-Bumsted was the first Treasury aide who learned from the ...

As a member of staff at a Catholic school complains over being told to cover up her inkings at work, JAN MOIR asks: Who'd ever give a job to a tattooed teacher?

By Jan Moir for the Daily Mail Published: 00:25 GMT, 24 October 2014 | Updated: 00:25 GMT, 24 October 2014 ...

Australian hospital performs world-first organ transplants using dead hearts that have been brought back to life

Doctors at St Vincent's Hospital in Sydney conduct world-first transplants Surgeons successfully brought three dead hearts back to lifeThe transplants were made possible using a preservation ...

Mac on... NHS plans to help overweight employees to shed pounds 

By Mac for The Daily Mail Published: 00:35 GMT, 24 October 2014 | Updated: 00:35 GMT, 24 October 2014 ...

Forget moles - meet the new threat to your lawn: Our Indian summer has led to a surge in badgers digging up gardens in search of their favourite food - juicy worms. How can you stop them ruining your lawn? 

October rain has softened the soil giving badgers better access to wormsMany are taking advantage of change, digging up ground wherever they goWith 800,000 of ...

British man killed in Brazil after trying to negotiate with gunman during robbery at Sao Paulo bar 

Victim named locally as translator Jason Richard Stevens, 39, of Scotland Died on way to hospital after being shot as he played snooker-style game Two men burst ...

Tornado touches down in Washington, tearing trees from the ground and ripping the roof off an elementary school

The tornado touched down briefly near an elementary school Thursday afternoon in LongviewA man reported dodging a trampoline flying at him from his backyard lawnThe ...

Yoga Man man shocking commuters by doing upside down yoga on Sydney's Cityrail trains

To the amusement of commuters, this man has been pictured performing yoga on Sydney trains for yearsIt does not matter whether the carriage is packed ...

Why is this Aussie Koala such a celebrity magnet? A list stars from Jennifer Lopez to David Hasselhoff line up to snap a picture with the koalas at Sydney Wildlife Zoo

The koalas at the zoo attract celebrities from all corners of the globe David Hasselhoff, Jennifer Lopez, Ashton Kutcher and Susan Boyle have all visited ...

Fury over cop killer's release: Daughter of one of Harry Roberts' victims hits out at 'outrageous' parole board decision 

Mandy Fox was two when father Geoffrey gunned down in west LondonShe said killer Harry Roberts has left her with mental health problemsPC Fox, Det ...

New Sangatte fears over migrant centre in Calais 

A centre will be opened to deal with swelling numbers of migrants at port French authorities to give legal advice to those seeking asylum in UK Thousands ...

BBC did huge damage to Sir Cliff Richard, say MPs

TV reporters were able to film live aerial shots of raid on August 14 BBC and South Yorkshire Police attacked for their handling of the case'Disproportionate' ...

Ministers install electronic pads in jobcentres to make it easier to sign on

New computers and technology to replace job cards and dole books 1997 Full Monty included iconic scene of jobless steel workers dancingMinisters insist the changes will ...

Harry Roberts should die in prison - but politicians are powerless to stop his release

By Simon Heffer for the Daily Mail Published: 22:42 GMT, 23 October 2014 | Updated: 23:10 GMT, 23 October 2014 ...

Brian O'Driscoll reveals The Queen made quip at his expense during dinner

O'Driscoll said Queen congratulated him on retiring from rugby 'unscathed'And told him his face was in 'much better condition' than grandson-in-law'sTindall first broke nose aged ...

Sir Ian Botham blasts RSPB over 'spending quarter of cash on saving birds'

RSPB claims to spend 90 per cent of its income on conservation workBut landowners led by Sir Ian Botham said the charity is more interested ...

Home Counties bank clerk who became agent to smoke out Nazis living in Britain 

Eric Arthur Roberts revealed today as real identity of MI5's Jack King Born 1907 in Epsom, Surrey, he was in Westminster bank for 15 yearsBut he ...

Records of doomed Titanic captain and his crew now published online

Records of Titanic skipper Captain Edward Smith have been published onlineHe captained the Titanic on her voyage from Southampton to New York CityThe ship sank ...

How the friend of Red Ed's father hobnobbed with traitors who spied for the Soviets: Newly-released files reveal how for 20 years MI5 kept close tabs on Labour's pet Marxist, historian Eric Hobsbawm

By James Slack for the Daily Mail Published: 23:18 GMT, 23 October 2014 | Updated: 23:19 GMT, 23 October 2014 ...

University standards slipping after 'packing in too many students' 

Academics say ‘money obsessed’ senior staff are undermining universitiesLecturers admit inflating results to boost amount of top degrees awardedOne spoke disdainfully of ‘a culture of ...

Britain is worst in the West for inactivity 

Report says the UK is now even worse than the US for inactivityLack of exercise can lead to depression, heart disease and dementiaExperts blame demanding ...

Pubs refuse to sell 'small' 125ml glass of wine despite legal requirement

Hefty 250ml option (one third of a bottle) has become 'standard' measureA third of pubs who offer smaller 125ml glass hide option from their ...

Pot smoker texts probation officer 'You have some weed?' and is sentenced to prison

By Pete D'amato for MailOnline Published: 23:11 GMT, 23 October 2014 | Updated: 23:39 GMT, 23 October 2014 ...

Failing secondaries at risk of closure or takeover after GCSE grades drop

Crackdown on GCSE standards could lead to school closures or takeoversFewer state school pupils reached crucial grade requirements this yearMore schools in danger of falling ...

340,000 elderly will be denied care in new Government cuts

Charities attacked new criteria announced by the Government last night Age UK said 340,000 would be denied care in 'bleak' future for elderlyDepartment of Health insisted ...

£30bn black hole may force the NHS to charge patients

NHS will have annual deficit if costs are not lowered, experts warnedGovernment 'must pay extra £8billion or patients could be charged'Aging and gradually more obese ...

'I had no choice except to whack it in the face a couple of times': Aussie tourist mauled by a tiger at an animal park in Thailand 

Paul Goudie, from Werribee, was mauled by a tiger in a Phuket animal parkThe 49-year-old suffered serious bites to his left leg and stomachThe Australian tourist ...

Vermin in the Commons... call the Squeaker! QUENTIN LETTS on yesterday in Parliament

By Quentin Letts for the Daily Mail Published: 23:49 GMT, 23 October 2014 | Updated: 23:49 GMT, 23 October 2014 ...

Rosie O'Donnell under fire after defending Chrissy Teigen's Ottawa shooting tweet

Rosie O'Donnell came under fire on The View and on social media today when she defended a statement made by model Chrissy TeigenTeigen wrote on ...

Alex and James Gaskell's family mourns Taj Mahal hotel tragedy 

Alex and James Gaskell were found dead in a hotel in Agra, IndiaCouple were surrounded by sleeping pills, anti-depressants and other drugsMrs Gaskell had been ...

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen pledges $100M to combat Ebola in West Africa

Co-founder Paul Allen has pledged a donation of $100 millionThe amount roughly quadruples his earlier commitment of about $26 million to nonprofit groups and the ...

Anger in the green belt as Camilla's son-in-law tries to cash in on solar farm based in idyllic countryside village

By Steve Bird for the Daily Mail Published: 23:58 GMT, 23 October 2014 | Updated: 00:02 GMT, 24 October 2014 ...

Man with axe shot dead by police in Queens after random attack

The suspect lunged at police with an ax at 2 p.m. on Thursday afternoon in Jamaica, Queens An officer was slashed in the head and another ...

Give heads the power to grant term-time holidays, say councils: Call for end to blanket ban that means parents face fines if they take children out of school

Council leaders call for a 'common sense' approach to term-time holidaysFamilies who travel during school breaks can afford to pay exorbitant pricesBut those who cannot ...

Woman tries to fight her way into a taxi during traffic on a busy road

Woman tried to enter a taxi parked across a busy road in Dundee The driver refused to let her in and the two started grappling in ...

Unseen North Korea captured by American photographers

American photographer and reporter granted unprecedented access for week-long road trip through North KoreaThey were allowed to travel to the country's spiritual summit, called Kaema ...

MI5 and Scotland Yard hold emergency talks over terror threat against Britain

Security chiefs held talks over the terror threat to Parliament, PM revealsComes after a gunman rampaged through Canada's parliament in OttawaMuslim convert named Michael Zehaf-Bibeau ...

Len McCluskey says it 'wouldn't matter' if Ed Miliband gets run over by a bus

General secretary of Unite stuck the knife into the Labour leaderHe said leaders mattered less than 'policies' and helping ordinary workersHe said politician he most ...

Father and son looted $4m from their Medicaid-funded non-profit

Narco Freedom CEO Alan Brand, 64, and his son Jason, 35, are accused of using the cash to fund their lavish lifestylesAlan Brand is being ...

Judge rules five children from wealthy family are not allowed to know how rich they really are in case 'sense of entitlement' puts them off education

Five children aged under 10 protected from knowing parents' wealthHigh Court judge imposes restrictions on reporting from trust hearingsLawyers claimed publicity would 'adversely affect' children's ...

Camera on end of battering ram reveals what it's like when police storm house 

West Midlands Police attached a Go-Pro camera to heavy duty battering ramInnovative technique is designed to give the public 'a unique view of raids'They were ...

Canadian gunman 'taught others about Islam while at homeless shelter before shooting'

Michael Zehaf-Bibeau stayed at Ottawa Mission for around 10 days before his shooting spree; on Wednesday, police officers collected his belongingsOther residents said he told ...

Carbecue student cooks steak and duck breast on the engine of his Ford Ka

Alfred Cary cooks delicious food by placing it on the engine of his Ford KaThe 22-year-old rustles up salmon, steak, baked Camembert and duckHe has even released ...

Hillary uses Charlotte Clinton Mezvinsky as a campaign tool a month after birth

The presumed 2016 presidential candidate has made reference to her in several speeches in the four weeks since she was bornAt a rally today for ...

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