Daily Mail Home: US tornadoes: Yet more heartbreak for Oklahoma as another massive tornado touches down in highly populated suburb
As hail thundered down and heavy winds began whipping the area of Moore, a storm warning went off just before 3pm local time, warning the 170,000 residents within the area to seek shelter.
Daily Mail Home: Health minister Jeremy Hunt to launch attack on failings of inaccessible family GPs
In a major speech, Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt will condemn the scandal of out-of-hours services where 'you speak to a doctor who doesn't know you from Adam'.
Daily Mail Home: Gay marriage closer to becoming law after MPs vote strongly in favour of legalising same-sex weddings
Prime Minister David Cameron backed Labour’s calls for an immediate consultation on the future of civil partnerships once gay marriages are legalised.
Daily Mail Home: Newark blast: Was fatal explosion caused by father trying to fit new central heating?
The explosion in Newark which left grandfather Leslie Rourke, 71, (bottom), and his daughter-in-law Jeanette Rourke, 40 (top) could have been caused by Mr Rourke helping his son to renovate his central heating system.
Daily Mail Home: The women who hid their shopping addiction from their husbands... and nearly wrecked their marriages
Buying nice things triggers the same feel-good chemicals in the brain as cocaine or gambling, say experts. But it can leave shopping addicts feeling wretched the next day as they lie to their other halves.
Daily Mail Home: Now FTSE hits 13-year high as traders buy in to 'modest recovery' in UK economy
A surge in Royal Bank of Scotland’s share price boosted the FTSE 100 index. On Friday, markets closed at the highest level since October 2007, a month after the run on Northern Rock.
Daily Mail Home: Plans for 1,000ft 'space hotel' on artificial Dubai-style island off coast of Barcelona sparks anger
Barcelona city hall has spoken out against plans to build a 1.5billion euro island off the coast of the Catalan city. The planners, Mobilona, intend to build a Space Hotel that is the tallest building in Europe.
BBC News: PM praises 'decent' Tory activists
David Cameron praises Conservative activists for their "duty and decency" and says he would never employ anyone who "sneered" at them.
Daily Mail Home: Tim Peake: Britain's new astronaut and his bizarre training
Major Peake, Britain's first astronaut for 20 years, took stomach-churning 'zero gravity' flights and learned Russian to communicate on the International Space Station.
BBC News: Cruise ship runs aground in Oban Bay
A small cruise liner with 112 people on board runs aground in the waters of Oban Bay on the west coast of Scotland.