Tenth grader DIES after eating a tortilla chip so spicy he passed out

Massachusetts tenth grader Harris Wolobah, 14, DIES after participating in TikTok viral ‘One Chip Challenge’ – first fatality amid viral craze A 14-year-old has died after eating what is said to be the world’s spiciest chip Harris Wolobah was a student at Doherty Memorial High School in Massachusetts The chip

Christian doctor 'overstepped boundaries' while praying with a patient

Christian doctor ‘overstepped the boundaries’ while talking about religion and praying with a patient but is not guilty of serious misconduct, medical watchdogs rule Dr Richard Scott discussed religion at Bathesda Medical Centre in Margate, Kent The 19-year-old patient was suffering with poor mental health when they spoke  A Christian

Number 10 sends Gillian Keegan out to apologise for hot mic rant

No10 sends Education Secretary Gillian Keegan out to apologise for hot mic rant where she accused everyone of ‘sitting on their a***’ over concrete chaos only to blame the SCHOOLS for slow response – as aides reveal she was in Spain when crisis erupted There are fears pupils face online

Weather warnings issued as torrential downpours spark floods in Spain

The rain hits Spain… but it’s baking in the UK! Weather warnings are issued as torrential downpours spark floods across Brits’ favourite holiday destination Madrid’s mayor on Sunday advised all residents to stay at home amid flooding Up to 120 litres per square metre of rain could fall over 12

Al-Fayed could buy anything, but not what he craved most: the royal family’s love

Save articles for later Add articles to your saved list and come back to them any time. London: Mohamed al-Fayed loved Britain more than it loved him back. Whether it was buying famous businesses, accruing the Rolls-Royces and stately homes of the aristocracy, or buttering up the royal family, he

MPs consider plan forcing rapists to serve full sentences in prison

Ministers consider changing the law to force rapists to serve full sentences in prison as part of crime crackdown to end possibility of early release Alex Chalk has been asked to draw up proposals for a change in the law  Rishi Sunak is considering whether to include idea in autumn’s

The 'Succession-style squabble' over Mohamed Al-Fayed's £1.7bn fortune

‘Succession-style squabble’ over Mohamed Al-Fayed’s fortune looms: Tycoon’s four children have been in a ‘sibling power struggle’ with claims of ‘assault’ and ‘drug use’ – now who will inherit his £1.7bn in assets? Two of his children from second wife Heidi warred in ‘vicious power struggle’ Mohamed Al Fayed’s death

Suella Braverman flags police quizzing OAP on gender rights sticker

Suella Braverman says case of pensioner quizzed over ‘keep males out of women-only spaces’ sticker is an example of police ‘straying into politically contentious matters’ The incident happened in Happy Valley setting Hebden Bridge in West Yorkshire  Officers told the pensioner she had been identified from CCTV footage Suella Braverman

The Last Days of Beckett’s, a Smoky New York Literary Salon

About a year ago, a literary salon sprang to life in a run-down townhouse in the West Village of Manhattan. Dozens of young writers, critics, artists, theater actors and filmmakers started going there almost nightly to drink, smoke, talk, dance and argue, much like their bohemian predecessors in the days