EU negotiator requested ‘red line’ amid fears PM could ‘abuse’ process to extend negotiations, Brussels sources say The EU’s chief negotiator lobbied for the UK to be barred from stopping the article process
For the last several days, international whistleblowing organization WikiLeaks had been promoting an event that many believed would be a massive release of information that would doom the Clinton campaign.
Britain's borders were left exposed to terrorists last year after a Home Office computer system which screens passengers crashed twice in 48 hours, The Telegraph can reveal. The eBorders system, which
Suspension of David Crompton comes on day of cross-party criticism in parliament and vigil in Liverpool The chief constable of South Yorkshire police has been forced out of his job following a wave of
When Apple's next-generation Apple TV arrives at market in October it will include a new universal search feature that will allow you to search for a movie or TV show once, and see results from all sorts
It looks like Samsung is finally dispensing with its tradition of faux leather, plastic backs for its Galaxy S range. That’s according to this teaser image from T-Mobile — spotted by The Verge — which
Google purchased Boston Dynamics last year, which means it now owns the company’s ongoing robotics projects, including BigDog. Today, the Google subsidiary posted videos of a smaller dog-like robot, aptly
UN envoy says all political parties will attend talks on Monday, as Arab League brands the Houthi takeover a "coup." The United Nations envoy to Yemen says a national dialogue to resolve the country's