Photographic artist Richard Silver uses a signature technique called 'tilt-shift' in order to shrink New York City and all its inhabitants.
Abraham Lake in Alberta, Canada is brimming with methane gas that's trapped just beneath its surface, creating a mesmerizing frozen landscape.
Papers focus on Conservative Party tensions
British explorer Daniel Hughes has reached the summit of Mount Everest in an attempt to raise £1m for the charity Comic Relief.
Emotional David Beckham plays last home match at Paris Saint-Germain.
Pupils' well-being and education should not be sacrificed to meet new targets, the leader of a head teachers' union will tell its annual conference.
Andy Trotter, Chief Constable of the British Transport Police, (pictured) wants to limit bail to six months to stop suspects being ‘left dangling’.
Nick Clegg's officials must hand over private emails to Britain’s data watchdog over how his aides lobbied for a £12 million Government grant to Booktrust, a charity linked to his wife Miriam.
Chris Hadfield, the singing commander of the International Space Station, has landed back on Earth to a warm reception from David Bowie.
Officers are also continuing to question an American woman working for Chopard, the Swiss jeweller and festival sponsor, who was keeping the items in her second-floor room at the Cannes Novotel. Those seen wearing Chopard jewellery have included Julianne Moore, Cindy Crawford and Cara Delevingne, pictured.
Sir Mervyn King said the economy was in a 'modest recovery' but added that 'we certainly can't be satisfied with it'.
Serco was hauled before a senior judge last week to apologise for ‘embarrassing’ hold-ups in bringing defendants up from the cells that have totalled ten hours.
Former Sunday Telegraph editor Sir Peregrine (pictured) has entered into a war of words with the Earl of Durham to protect his broadcaster wife Lucinda, 71.
This week, the Conservatives have been working themselves into another Euro frenzy. But this has masked a more significant – and dark – mood that has settled over Ed Miliband and his troops.
Cyclists are to embark on a protest ride to the Scottish Parliament, calling for 5% of Scotland's transport budget to be spent on cycling.
A Scottish government paper on independence will argue Scotland's potential for growth is being held back by the lack of decision-making powers.
The latest UK government paper on the impact of Scottish independence will claim the UK is better placed to manage the risk of a financial crisis.
One of the first to benefit from the procedure, which involves an implant being inserted in front of each ear to correct their prominence, is Jeremy Wood, 53, a senior valuer for auction house Bonhams in York.
Sir Nick Harvey described the policy of letting 16 and 17-year-olds join the Forces as 'increasingly anachronistic'.
Michael Anthony, 84, said it took almost four hours just to get through to the 111 call centre and a further five-and-a-half hours before a nurse arrived to see his dying wife Anne at their home in Hove, East Sussex.