Intelligence agencies on both sides of the Atlantic are working around the clock to track down the British man behind the barbaric murder of American journalist James Foley.
But how hard is it to search for a hooded killer hiding out in the desert? And what clues do investigators have to go on from that video which has enraged the world?
Alcohol is a poison, we can tolerate a certain amount of it, our bodies can process a certain amount of it but if your liver and other parts of your body have to process too much, sooner or later it catches up.
There are some shocking images of former England footballer Paul Gascoigne dominating this morning's tabloids.
After a long battle with alcohol and several stints in rehab, he was taken to hospital yesterday after being found drunk and confused at his home in Dorset. We spoke to Dr Sara Jarvis, who's a consultant for the alcohol charity Drink Aware.
A video has emerged of a giant crack which has opened up across farmland in Mexico.
The trench stretches for more than half a mile and cuts a motorway in two, some have blamed the San Andreas fault, but experts say it's more likely be caused by land collapsing above an underground stream.
Living conditions on Britain's housing estates have been described as "heart-breaking" after decades of neglect.
Research by the Policy Exchange think tank claims child neglect, low employment and gang warfare are rife in sink estates, and that the human cost is 'immense.'
Teachers have expressed fear that students dependent on free school meals are not being fed enough during the summer holidays.
Research backed by a leading foodbank charity also found that some have seen children noticeably thinner when they return to school.
The research shows: