Revealed: How Sandy Hook shooter Adam Lanza "passed over" a classroom full of children – because he though it was empty

Revealed: How Sandy Hook shooter Adam Lanza 'passed over' a classroom full of children – because he though it was empty Investigation into the shooting has revealed that Lanza ignored a classroom full of children because he thought the room was emptyConnecticut State Police sources reveal the horrifying and chilling sequence of events of December 14thLanza killed 26 people at Sandy Hook – including 20 children in 1st grade Adam Lanza, 20, had clippings and information on every recent mass murder committed inside and outside the United States prior to the massacre he executed at the Connecticut elementary school after Adam Lanza opened fire killing 20 1st graders” class=”blkBorder” /> Connecticut State Police lead a line of children from the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown on Friday, Dec. 14, 2012 after Adam Lanza opened fire killing 20 1st graders The school had recently performed a practice lockdown drill and the black construction paper that had been put up on the door had been left there – leading Lanza to think the classroom was empty. Roig and her class, sat in petrified silence while they heard Lanza continue past their door

Eight in ten men take phone or tablet to dinner and admit playing with it

Eight in ten men admit playing with their phone or tablet during dinner Men would rather sit on their smartphone or tablet than engage in person Women say that 76 per cent of them browse the internet in silence By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 23:46 GMT, 4 March 2013 | UPDATED: 02:37 GMT, 5 March 2013 An incredible 80 per cent of men in the UK admit playing on their smart phone or Internet tablet during dinner, according to a new survey.

Decline in marriage and children growing up without fathers "is doing more harm than smoking, global warming and poor diets", says Baroness

Conspiracy of silence on value of marriage: Politicians frightened to admit fathers are vital, says top family lawyer Supporting marriage has become a 'no go area' for our politicians says Baroness DeechShe says an absence of fathers is 'harming' the next generation of children Politicians are 'too afraid' of offending cohabiting partners or single parents By Steve Doughty PUBLISHED: 18:28 GMT, 15 February 2013 | UPDATED: 02:20 GMT, 16 February 2013 Marriage is as important to the future of the nation as climate change and poverty, a senior family lawyer said yesterday. Baroness Deech said the growing numbers of families without fathers was doing more harm to the next generation than other factors such as smoking, alcohol, poor diet and lack of exercise. And she warned that a conspiracy of silence surrounded the issue because political leaders were afraid to say married families were better for children than cohabiting families or single parent families.

Rush-hour horror as man turns himself into a "walking fireball" in front of motorists

Rush-hour horror as man turns himself into a 'walking fireball' in front of motorists | UPDATED: 12:26 GMT, 29 December 2012 Rush-hour drivers watched in horror as a man turned himself into a human fireball in front of them, it emerged today. The man, in his 40s, was a 'walking fireball' and 'head-to-toe' in flames after dousing himself in petrol.

Price of Blair"s tawdry deal in the desert: 2m payout to buy silence of dissident handed over to Gaddafi"s torturers

Price of Blair's tawdry deal in the desert: 2m payout to buy silence of dissident handed over to Gaddafi's torturersSami al-Saadi says his family were captured and flown via Hong Kong to be handed over to Colonel GaddafiUK government denies liability for the extraordinary rendition in 2004It came after Tony Blair's infamous 'deal in the desert' with GaddafiDocuments found after Gaddafi's downfall showed the CIA knew of the British involvement Human rights groups call for a full inquiry into the case | UPDATED: 23:39 GMT, 13 December 2012 Payout: Sami al Saadi was given 2.2m to 'buy his silence' A dissident abducted and handed to Colonel Gaddafi’s torturers with the alleged help of Tony Blair’s government was given 2.2million last night to buy his silence. Sami al Saadi, 45, was dispatched with his wife and four young children back to his native Libya where he was imprisoned and maltreated. The ‘rendition’ operation – conducted with apparent MI6 support – took place only three days after Mr Blair visited Libya for the now infamous 2004 ‘deal in the desert’.