A Bureau analysis of Twitter chatter about the election during one five-day period found something rather surprising.
Before the election we identified 71 constituencies where new voters and those without a party could swing the balance. Of those, 20 seats changed hands - most were Tory losses.
The small Gulf state is a major ally for the US in the Middle East - but a Bureau investigation reveals there are serious questions to be asked about how it carries out its counterterrorism operations...
Scientists claim their beefed up version of vancomycin could ‘eliminate the threat’ of superbugs. But experts say it will not work against the majority of deadly infections.
Our analysis shows newly-registered voters and those whose party isn't standing this time around could play a decisive role in 71 seats across the country.
Facebook ads specifically tailored to users’ locations, gender and views on Brexit have been shown to voters in key marginal seats across the UK, the Bureau Local has found.
"Disappointing", "stage-managed" and "three minutes of nothing" - this is how local journalists across the country have described access to Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn in the run up to June 8.
Nearly 300 general election candidates - including 63 current and former MPs - have turned to crowdfunding sites to fund their campaigns, collectively aiming to raise nearly £900,000.
A Bureau event brought together leading figures to discuss superbugs, which have become a global public health emergency.
US military operations against the Taliban have dramatically escalated during the Trump presidency, despite combat operations against the group ending over two years ago
Corporate alliance keeping tabs on promise to reduce the environmental impact from making drugs.
The US has spent more than $70bn on Afghan security. But the defence against the Taliban is falling to some very unconventional soldiers.
Analysis of Facebook ad data accessed by theThe Bureau Local has identified at least eight referendum-related campaign groups buying Facebook adverts that are attempting to swing voters.
The Bureau has been given access to the first ever dataset collected on tailored messaging being targeted at specific audiences by British political parties on social media.
Global supply chains are strictly regulated to ensure the safety of medicines, but environmental standards do not feature in international rulebooks.
US jets and drones have carried out 85 strikes in Yemen since Donald Trump's inauguration, more than in all of 2015 and 2016 combined.
Doctors are warning that the rise of an almost untreatable superbug, immune to some of the last-line antibiotics available to hospitals, poses a grave threat and needs urgent government action.
Inspectors tasked with protecting food safety and animal welfare are being bullied out of the job, according to union representatives.
Reports from the official watchdog log “cannibalism” among chickens, “unnecessary pain” endured by cattle and “massive bruising” on sheep.