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Video: Carjacker tries to steal car from the wrong woman

Manchester - We've all heard the tired cliché that "crime doesn't pay," but this is especially true in the case of one thug who tried to pull off a carjacking when Deborah Smythe, 52, briefly hopped out of her Audi Q3 to open a gate at work and he hopped in.

Gulp! Hungry grouper eats shark in one bite

Bonita Springs - Most people likely believe that sharks are the most dangerous fish in the ocean. Apparently the goliath grouper featured in this video didn't get this memo.

NC man charged with human trafficking, holding woman captive

Zebulon - A North Carolina man has been charged with human trafficking after allegedly holding a German woman against her will in a secret room located in a warehouse in Zebulon, North Carolina.

How NOT to heat your home on the cheap this Winter Special

With electricity and gas bills rising in the UK next month, how would you like to heat your home on a shoestring? If you would, don't listen to one man's advice.

Op-Ed: The truth about Ralph Miliband

A furore erupted in UK politics last month over a "Daily Mail" article about the father of Labour leader Ed Miliband. Was it justified?

'Hated by the Daily Mail' carnival protest planned this weekend

This Sunday, anti-bigotry campaigners are encouraging people to take part in a unique carnival-protest against the British national newspaper the “Daily Mail.”

Psychic Sally Morgan wins $193K libel action against Daily Mail

A court has awarded $193,000 in damages to psychic Sally Morgan, who claims she speaks with the dead, after she brought a libel action against the publisher of Daily Mail on account of an article that suggested she was a scam artist rather than a psychic.

UK's 'Paella Prisoners': English & Spanish media stories differ

Granada - In a UK tabloid story, we can read about a British couple who were unfairly imprisoned and fined while on holiday, for refusing to pay a restaurant bill. In the Spanish media, we can read about what actually happened.

Op-Ed: UK's 'Daily Mail' world's favorite free news

The Daily Mail is on its way to being the most viewed news in the world, threatening the existence of tabloid magazines and regular news.

Samantha Brick on 'why women hate me and men lust after me'

Recently, 'Daily Mail' writer Samantha Brick attracted the ridicule of thousands of readers around the world when, in an article she wrote in the paper, she asked: "Why do women hate me for being beautiful?"

Op-Ed: Trayvon Martin — The smears continue

Sanford - A coma patient awaking from a month long slumber might think Trayvon Martin was a murderer rather than a potential murder victim, if he read a certain British newspaper.

Op-Ed: Greece needs foreign tourists, not scaremongering headlines

As the Greek debt crisis unfolds into Greek tragedy the nation's tourism bookings are falling. Yet away from the center of Athens Greece remains the same wonderful holiday destination and shouldn't be written off.

Daily Mail columnist named Bigot of the Year by Stonewall

One of Britain’s best-known newspaper columnists, Melanie Phillips, has been named Bigot of the Year in the annual awards of the gay campaigning organization Stonewall.

Murdoch evidence questioned as more media engulfed in hacking row

As more news outlets become embroiled in the phone-hacking scandal that’s hit Rupert Murdoch’s media empire, it’s emerged that evidence given to MPs by his son, News Corporation executive James Murdoch, is being questioned.

BBC claims UK Islamic pupils taught that gays should be executed

According to a BBC Panorama investigation to be screened tonight, British Islamic schools are using textbooks that teach children that gay sex is punishable by execution.

Dead Boyzone star’s partner gives first tearful interview

Boyzone singer Stephen Gately died happy, according to his partner Andrew Cowles, giving his first interview about the star’s last few hours of life.

UK sitcom character to announce he's gay

A character in the long-running BBC sitcom My Family is to come out as gay, after writers were told to make the show more edgy.

Campaigner says UK press watchdog should be disbanded

One of Britain’s best-known gay human-rights campaigners has called for the disbanding of the country’s press watchdog after its ruling on the dead Boyzone singer Stephen Gately.

UK press watchdog throws out Boyzone star complaint

Britain’s press watchdog has thrown out a complaint against a tabloid journalist who wrote a critical comment last year on the dead Boyzone star Stephen Gately.

David Duchovny Sues Daily Mail

The Daily Mail is being sued by actor David Duchovny over a story that he cheated on his wife with a tennis player. Duchovny was recently released from a treatment center for sex addiction.
 

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With grueling persistance  this lady manages to discourage a would-be carjacker.
With grueling persistance, this lady manages to discourage a would-be carjacker.
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Geoff Cox and his partner Bridget Keyes embroiled in the paella prisoner case.
Geoff Cox and his partner Bridget Keyes embroiled in the paella prisoner case.
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