Dacre Stoker on resurrecting his great-grand-uncle’s vampire
A previously unseen preface to the original 1897 novel and a journal hidden since that time: Dacre Stoker tells David Barnett how his new novel took an unexpected turn
Trump says authorities doing 'incredible job' in wake of deadly storm in first visit to region
Death toll expected to rise from 18
Republicans shift resources from House candidates 'too far gone'
'Democratic candidates are outspending Republican candidates in key races by $50m'
Microsoft Surface Laptop 2 review: A supremely smooth statement
Using the same materials found in space craft and sports cars, Microsoft's latest laptop is a genuine adversary to Apple
AI helps diagnose depression earlier by analysing Facebook posts
'Depression appears to be quite detectable in this way; it really changes people’s use of social media in a way that something like diabetes doesn’t,' researchers write
Paddy Power fined £2.2m for not protecting customers
Betting company failed to carry out adequate money-laundering checks, Gambling Commission said
Ending austerity requires £19bn extra public spending, says IFS
Such additional spending implies either tax rises or additional borrowing, neither of which will appeal to the chancellor
Daisy Johnson looks set to be youngest ever Man Booker Prize winner
Ahead of the official winner's announcement, Daisy Buchanan goes through each shortlisted book and decides on her favourite to win
Making a Murderer Part 2 – return to crime that gripped the world
Moira Demos and Laura Ricciardi, the directors of the Netflix phenomenon, discuss how everything changed for their second series
Three brands of baby stair gates 'potentially unsafe', warns Which?
The consumer watchdog has recommended an immediate recall
Bill Turnbull reveals cancer treatment: ‘we’re at a stalemate’
The former BBC Breakfast host found out he had prostate cancer while filming The Great Celebrity Bake Off