'Making The Shining was hell': How tormented stars, Kubrick's temper and box-office disaster led to an immortal horror
Stephen King hated it, but even set fires, bullying accusations, Shelley Duvall's misery and Razzie nominations couldn't stop 'The Shining'. As it...
'Good bloodlines!' Trump praises Henry Ford, motor pioneer whose antisemitism was admired by Hitler
President had already praised auto-maker in 2019 after embracing 'King of Israel' title
NFL player suing United Airlines says he was sexually assaulted on flight
'We seek to hold accountable those who have harmed our clients through their direct or indirect actions,' says alleged victims' lawyers
Florida woman arrested for allegedly kissing strangers at bar before complaining social distancing not being observed
Audra Adams charged with trespassing and disorderly conduct
Man shot dead on London doorstep 'in case of mistaken identity'
Officers condemn 'cowardly' attack on innocent man in Haringey
Trump administration 'indefinitely' extends border restrictions that prevent asylum seekers from entering US
Only two people have been granted refugee status since March mandate restricting entry during coronavirus pandemic
Sir Nicholas Winton: Google doodle marks birthday of 'Britain's Schindler'
'We hope that people will be inspired by his story to take action themselves today to help others - in their own communities or internationally'
Coronavirus: Decision to abandon mass testing 'pivotal', say MPs in critical report on government handling of pandemic
Science and Technology Committee writes to Boris Johnson with multiple lessons to learn
Murder probe after woman killed in suspected shooting in Blackburn
Gunshots heard in area before 19-year-old found dead, detectives say
Coronavirus: Bolsonaro defies health advice to pose with supporters as Brazil becomes fourth most-infected country
Jair Bolsonaro has repeatedly spoken out against lockdowns to stem spread of disease which has killed 15,000 Brazilians
HS2 'badly off course' as damning report accuses government of hiding soaring costs
Senior official may have breached civil service rules by failing to inform Commons spending watchdog of troubled project's woes
Momentum founder Jon Lansman stands down as leader
'It is time that a new generation of leaders put their ideas into practice,' says left-wing Labour campaigner