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FBI ordered release Clinton email probe details by judge

Federal judge has ordered the FBI to release subpoenas to the public that they obtained relating to Hillary Clinton’s secret email  Clinton’s secre... read more

Heating one ear and cooling other could prevent migraines

Retro-style headphones that heat one ear while cooling the other could help to prevent migraines. Patients who wore them for just 30 minutes a day over a three-... read more

Wacky costumes bandits have worn while robbing banks

When it comes to robbing banks, every bandit knows a perfect disguise is essential to successfully making off with loads of cash and evading police. Surveillanc... read more

Expert demands urgent probe into ‘avoidable’ fatalities

The NHS has covered up thousands of ‘suspect’ deaths in hospitals across England, sparking calls for an urgent inquiry, The Mail on Sunday can reveal. Accor... read more

Impaled man offered £30m to stop investigation into past

It was a gruesome death that raised disturbing questions about the tide of foreign money flowing through British banks and property. When bankrupt property tyco... read more

Tropical Storm Lidia weakens after five dead in Mexico

Weakening Tropical Storm Lidia marched up Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula, has left tourists stranded and at least five dead with the number expected t... read more

Dating app Tinder finds gold at Apple’s App Store

Tinder for the first time became the top-grossing app in Apple’s online shop, topping the likes of Netflix, Pandora and hit mobile games like ‘Clash... read more

Angelina and Brad Pitt are ‘consciously re-coupling’

Two blacked-out limousines swish to a halt outside a modest three-bedroom house on the flats of Beverly Hills. Paint peeling from the walls, rubbish bins left o... read more

£750,000 house sellers accused of hushing up flooding risk

When businessman Paul Edwards and his wife Hazel bought what they thought was their dream home, they were assured by the sellers that it had never flooded. So t... read more

Taylor Swift is a bridesmaid at best friend’s wedding

Her 2009 hit, Fifteen, was based upon her freshmen year with best friend Abigail Anderson. And on Saturday, Taylor Swift was an attentive bridesmaid to Abigail ... read more

Inside Harry and Meghan’s secret love shack in Botswana

It was Prince Harry’s birthday surprise for his girlfriend Meghan Markle – a romantic trip to a secret hideaway with a stunning view of the African bush, ov... read more

Duchess of Cambridge’s wardrobe secrets are revealed

She happily mixes designer with high street, is devoted to Diana’s favourite ballet pumps, and is never without her favourite ‘click pen’ concealer. These... read more

Relief for victims of lung disease found in a ketchup

Breathlessness caused by long-term lung disease can be crippling, leaving patients housebound and unable to take even a few steps without gasping for air. But n... read more

Dan Jones brings you the TRUE history of the Templar

That old Tom Hanks movie? Hocus pocus, says author Dan Jones … the true story of the most notorious secret society in history – the guardians of the Hol... read more

Lack of sleep and using tablets before bed may cause ADHD

Scientists at a Paris conference say bad parenting could aggravate the disorder Not getting to bed early as well as staring at screens late at night could cause... read more

How Ant’s ‘Robocop’ leg brace helps align the joint 

Arthritis sufferers could be spared the ordeal of surgery thanks to a ‘Robocop’ brace that supports the knee, restoring movement and alleviating pai... read more

Round Hill Jamaica, with guests including Emma Watson

Continuing the Mail on Sunday’s series on the world’s hippest hotels and the celebrities who frequent them, Sarah Turner visits Round Hill, Jamaica. Pri... read more

The Greek island of Hydra where Leonard Cohen lived

Leonard Cohen, then a poor Canadian poet and wannabe novelist, turned up on the Greek island of Hydra (pronounced Ydra) in April 1960. He wanted sunshine, freed... read more

Mayhem review: ‘Brave but ambivalent’

Mayhem                                                                                                      ... read more

Costa Rica’s Arenal volcano and Tortuguero National Park

It was the elegant Costa Rican footballers in the 2014 World Cup that first got me thinking about a holiday in Central America. Costa Rica is famous for its geo... read more

PPI mis-selling: Don’t let your claim get Terminated

More than £27billion has so far been paid to customers mis-sold payment protection insurance. But billions more in compensation is still up for grabs. An indus... read more

Identical triplets conceived naturally defy amazing odds

To learn you are expecting triplets is a shock for any mother-to-be. But for Jane Wrigley there was an especially astonishing twist – as she was told that her... read more

Parents are ‘disgusted’ by image of juniors in KKK hoods

A doctored photograph showing Ku Klux Klan hoods covering the faces of all but three black children at a New Mexico high school has left parents outraged. A stu... read more

Justice Department confirms no evidence of wiretapping

The Department of Justice’s National Security Division said no clues have been found verifying President Trump’s allegations saying Obama spied on h... read more