I believe in my core that something good will come out of Jim's death.
American journalist James Foley was killed in a video which showed him brutally being beheaded by an IS militant. His younger brother Michael Foley has spoken to the US media to vent his anger and frustration that the US did not do more to help free the kidnapped journalist.
He said he believes the United States let his murdered brother down and said that negotiating with terrorists should be considered, despite the White House refusing to, today we speak to him.
UK Supermarket sales of ice have surged over the summer with the rise of the "Ice-bucket challenge".
Tesco says demand is up by more than 20 percent since the fundraising phenomenon went viral.
Fines for failing on food, hospitals are told to improve the meals served up to patients - or be punished
There are claims this morning of a cover-up in the Rotherham child abuse scandal, putting more pressure on officials to resign
Clacton-on-Sea's MP Douglas Carswell resigned from the Conservative party to join UKIP, triggering a by-election nine months before the next general election.
Who is this former Tory backbencher and what does he stand for?
Russia has "backed, trained, armed, financed" separatist rebels throughout their campaign, Barack Obama has said.
The American President said he was looking at further sanctions against Russia for their alleged involvement with rebels fighting around the city of Donetsk.
The warning came as pro-Russian rebels seized the coastal town of Novoazovsk in south-eastern Ukraine and are planning to move up the coast towards Mariupol.
Comedian Joan Rivers is "resting comfortably" in hospital after she received emergency medial care, her daughter has said.
Melissa Rivers made the announcement in a statement and thanked "everyone for their overwhelming love and support" for her mother.
The 81-year-old was in a "critical condition" after she was rushed to Mount Sinai Hospital in New York when she stopped breathing during a procedure at Yorkville Endoscopy.
Hospitals in England will now be ranked on the quality of their meals, under new rules to banish unacceptable food in the NHS. Those that fail to make the grade will face regular spot checks and large fines. But campaigners say the new standards will amount to nothing unless they're legally binding.
Today the government's promising to drive up the standard of hospital food. It's publishing new mandatory standards for the first time. And there's also a new website which ranks every hospital in England according to the quality of its food.
Ruth Isden is one of the advisers on the Government's hospital food panel, she said what we need to remember is that "hospitals aren't hotels".
A snap-shot of Britain's young people who are not in employment, education or training, suggests 18% of them are resigned to never having a full-time job in their lifetime.
The research by the Dame Kelly Holmes Trust, a charity which helps young people get into work, estimates 7% of NEETs expect to be signing on for the next 10-20 years.