Joshua James (23) had wanted to play a practical joke on a friend working at the Wendy’s restaurant in Royal Palm Beach when he decided to hurl the reptile into the building, his parents told a local broadcaster. File photograph: Mario Anzuoni/Reuters

A Florida fast food restaurant got a customer it was not expecting when a live alligator was tossed(...)

(...) exchange for manipulating live scores on the International Tennis Federation’s Futures Tour – which allowed(...)

There is an unavoidable now created by all the apps in which I spin my little webs of connectivity. Photograph: Getty Images

(...) questions.  A live visual poll is then projected to illustrate the results.  A varying(...)

 Taoiseach Mr Liam Cosgrave and British prime minister  Edward Heath sign the Sunningdale Agreement in December 1973

Europe live west of the Foyle”. It is unlikely that such attitudes were unique to the author of this(...)

Jeremy Howard: “I realised working in such a creative space and amazing facility during a major downturn in the economy meant that every new idea was welcomed.” Photograph:  Sarah Pannasch

(...) live scene. “A lot of the venues have closed down and changed into wine bars and tapas restaurants(...)

Donald Trump, the Republican presidential candidate, will be hoping that unlike his performance in Iowa, he can convert a consistent poll performance into a victory at the New Hampshire primary. Photograph: David Goldman/ AP Photo

(...). In New Hampshire, the “Live Free or Die” state, independent voters who are not aligned with any party(...)

There’s some new partners for capital city live music scene mainstay Whelan’s after(...)

The remains of Eddie Hutch snr, who was shot dead in his home on Poplar Row in Dublin’s north inner city on Monday night, are removed from the scene on Tuesday morning. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins Dublin

(...).” Another local woman said: “I live in the house across the road. I heard a bang last night and me and my(...)

Gavin Kearns and Lucy Ní Raghaill, with their two sons, three -year old Oisín and 11-month-old Cormac, having some family time in Co Wicklow. Photograph: Garry O’Neill

(...)-old Cormac, live in Brittas Bay, Co Wicklow, so there is a lengthy commute to their Dublin workplaces. But(...)

‘I saw a group of men playing boules in a small square on a sunny afternoon. It struck me [it] provided a sort of undemanding friendship of a kind that I think men want.’

(...) isolation for older men. In the city there’s life on the streets. If you live alone with little or no bus(...)