If you are considering going dry for January, here are the benefits experts say it can bring.
Liverpool's mayor hits out at fire service budget cuts as photos from inside the multi-storey emerge.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is charged by the FA over comments to match officials after Sunday's draw against West Brom.
Stoke are debating the future of manager Mark Hughes after a run of seven defeats in 10 Premier League games.
The World Health Organisation will include gaming addiction in its disease bible for first time.
Theodore Johnson already had convictions for killing two women he had been in relationships with.
When Emily Cole complained to the company about being called "honey", she was "stunned" by the response.
The BBC's first big drama of 2018 is generally well received by TV critics.
Trevor Sinclair also racially abused a police officer following his arrest.
Stoke City boss Mark Hughes walks out of his post-match news conference after his side's 1-0 home defeat by Newcastle.
Tyson Chandler, of the Pheonix Suns, tops of Plays of the Week with an unbelievable finish from the sideline among many other plays from the NBA.
Journalist handed universities watchdog role faces a backlash over his past comments on inclusivity.
The pitch used for the Boxing Day Test between Australia and England in Melbourne is rated "poor" by the International Cricket Council.
Tony Walsh's poem became a symbol of defiance following the Manchester Arena terror attack.
"Nothing could be done" to save 13 patas monkeys after an enclosure at Woburn Safari Park caught fire.
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho says Paul Scholes "will be in history as a phenomenal player...not as a pundit" after the former midfielder criticises Paul Pogba.
A woman tripped up a police suspect with her foot as officers chased him in Hertford town centre.
Nigerians who have returned from Libya share their experiences of being forced to work as slaves.
The state?s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) for fiscal year 2017 is now available for the public to review. The South Dakota Bureau of Finance and Management (BFM) made the report public on Friday, Dec. 29, 2017, meeting its goal of a December release.
Nine people are killed as protesters and security forces clash for a sixth day, state media say.