• Student Arrested For Flashing In School Yearbook Photo

    A teenager has been arrested and charged with indecent exposure after he flashed during a staged school photograph. Hunter Osborn, 19, was pictured in the photo with his trousers down and it was included in the yearbook for the 3,400 students at the  distributed to 3,400 students from Red Mountain High School in Arizona. Detective Steve Berry, from the Mesa Police Department, told CBS: “It is still an ongoing investigation.

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  • These Loyal Family Dogs Refuse To Leave Dying Toddler’s Side

    This is the heartbreaking sight of a pair of family basset hounds who simply refuse to leave the bedside of a dying toddler. Four-month-old Nora Hall has spent weeks in intensive care after she suffered a devastating stroke that shut down her brain but doctors say there is nothing more than can do for her. Doctors at the Minneapolis Children’s Hospital have allowed the dogs inside Nora’s room, and they were pictured lying down at little Nora’s side.

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  • Britain’s ‘Most Dangerous Takeaway Street’ Has 17 Restaurants With Food Hygiene Warnings

    Everyone loves a last-minute takeaway but those living in Glasgow may want to think very carefully about where they order from. The three-and-a-half mile stretch of Paisley Road West may very well be the most dangerous place in Britain to buy fast food after a staggering 17 restaurants were slapped with food hygiene warnings. Environmental health chiefs have swooped on a series of Indian, Italian, Chinese and Turkish takeaways on the city street over the past year.

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  • Leicester City player filmed the team's fantastic celebration after they won the Premier League title in a fairy tale season

    Leicester City won the Premier League title Monday after Chelsea and Tottenham tied a game 2-2. For Leicester City, winning the Premier League was more than improbable — it was practically unfathomable. On Monday the Leicester City players gathered at striker Jamie Vardy's house to watch the Chelsea-Tottenham game.

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  • Sonic booms shake Yorkshire as RAF jets scrambled

    Houses shook in Yorkshire amid loud bangs as Typhoon jets were scrambled.

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  • MTV's Catfish Star Ashley Sawyer Dies Aged 23

    A reality star who appeared on MTV's show Catfish has died aged 23, the channel has confirmed. Ashley Sawyer was featured during the second season of the TV docuseries, which helps people in suspicious online relationships discover the truth about their partners. According to MTV, the cause of Ms Sawyer's death is not known.

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  • Met Gala 2016: Madonna flashes breasts and buttocks

    Madonna left little to the imagination as she arrived at the Met Gala in a lacy black dress exposing her buttocks and barely covering her breasts. The Queen of Pop, 57, posed on the red carpet in the revealing outfit at one of fashion's biggest events of the year, dubbed the Oscars of the East Coast.

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  • Norman ‘The New Grumpy Cat’ Has A Serious Frown And Isn’t Afraid To Use It

    World, meet Norman. Norman is grumpy. He’s got a frowny face and he will turn it on any one of us. 

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  • Saudi minister confirms warning on proposed U.S. law on 9/11

    By Stephanie Nebehay GENEVA (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia has warned the United States that a proposed U.S. law that could hold the kingdom responsible for any role in the Sept 11, 2001, attacks would erode global investor confidence in America, its foreign minister said on Monday. The minister, Adel al-Jubeir, speaking to reporters in Geneva after talks with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, which mainly focused on Syria, denied that Saudi Arabia had "threatened" to withdraw investment from its close ally. "We say a law like this would cause an erosion of investor confidence.

  • Empty vessel makes plenty of noise as Pentagon unveils crewless wonder

    The US military is starting tests on the world's largest unmanned surface vessel - a self-driving, 132ft ship designed to travel thousands of miles without a single crew member on board.

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  • Hulk Hogan Files Second Suit With Gawker

    Hulk Hogan has summoned Gawker to the legal ring again, claiming the gossip website leaked sealed court documents that quoted him making racist remarks. Hogan's latest lawsuit contends that Gawker leaked a sealed transcript that quoted him making racist statements about his daughter's ex-boyfriend. The quotes were published by the National Enquirer and Radar Online ahead of Hogan's sex tape trial.

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  • Johnson & Johnson ordered to pay $55 million in talc-powder trial

    By Jessica Dye NEW YORK (Reuters) - Johnson & Johnson was ordered by a U.S. jury on Monday to pay $55 million (37 million pounds) to a woman who said that using the company’s talc-powder products for feminine hygiene caused her to develop ovarian cancer. The verdict, which J&J plans to appeal, was the second straight trial loss for the company, which is facing about 1,200 lawsuits accusing it of not adequately warning consumers about its talc-based products' cancer risks. Following a three-week trial in Missouri state court, jurors deliberated for about a day before returning a verdict for Gloria Ristesund.

  • Kvyat To Meet Red Bull Bosses Amid GP Clashes

    Red Bull chiefs will sit down with under-pressure Daniil Kvyat ahead of the next race in Spain after his clashes with Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel "screwed" the team's race in Russia. Kvyat endured a nightmare home grand prix on Sunday, twice hitting the back of Vettel's car within the space of the first three corners. The second incident sent Vettel into the barriers and prompted an expletive-laden rant from the German over the team radio.

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  • Residents Evacuated After 60ft Sinkhole Emerges Under London Homes

    A hazard zone has been set up around a huge sinkhole that suddenly opened up underneath homes in Plumstead, forcing residents to evacuate. “Residents are currently staying with family or friends or have been put up in hotels.

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  • Mortgage rates fall to new low- 3.11% APR

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  • Oil down 3 percent on OPEC output hike, speculative ramp-up in Brent

    By Barani Krishnan NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil prices fell about 3 percent on Monday as production from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries neared all-time peaks and record speculative buying in global benchmark Brent sparked profit-taking on last month's outsized rally. Morgan Stanley said it expected the drop in the U.S. rig count that helped crude prices recover to end soon as shale oil producers increase drilling.

  • Drake enjoys views from the top as Beyonce's Lemonade goes flat

    Drake is set to knock Beyonce off the top of the album charts as music fans prove they like his Views over her Lemonade.

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  • You can watch a lot of TV for free without having to pay for cable

    In fact, I can watch a ton of free HD TV without paying out the nose for Time Warner Cable's service. HD antennas let you pull in network TV from stations like NBC, Fox, CBS, and ABC from the airwaves for free, the same way people used to watch TV decades ago before cable was a thing. During football season, I can watch NFL games on CBS, Fox, or NBC.

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  • Navy Seal Killed By IS 'Direct Fire' In Iraq

    A US Navy Seal has been killed in an Islamic State group attack near the Iraqi city of Mosul, according to US defence officials. Pentagon press secretary Peter Cook said the Navy Seal was advising and assisting Peshmerga forces when they came under attack between two and three miles behind the front line. Mosul, Iraq's second-largest city, has been in the hands of IS militants since they overran large swathes of northern and western Iraq in 2014.

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  • Bitcoin experts are baffled that one of their star scientists thinks he’s solved the Bitcoin mystery

    On Monday morning, the controversy erupted again when Australian businessman Craig Wright wrote a blog post claiming to be Satoshi Nakamoto. The problem is, that the proof Wright offered in his blog post on Monday, as well as the proof in earlier investigative reports on Wright, has been largely discredited. On some levels, the proof isn't that complicated to show. Satoshi Nakamoto owns a unique key.

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  • UK voters fear Scottish independence more than leaving EU - poll

    Britons are more worried about the prospect of Scotland gaining independence than of the United Kingdom leaving the European Union, a poll published on Tuesday found. A BMG poll in Scotland's Herald newspaper found that 68 percent of voters cited Scottish secession from the United Kingdom as their least preferred option when compared to Britain leaving the EU, which got 32 percent backing. The survey canvassed 1,512 people across the UK between April 21 and 26.

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  • Villagers Thought An Angel Had Fallen From The Sky, But It Turned Out To Be A Sex Doll

    Villagers in Indonesia thought they had been blessed with a gift from heaven after this ‘angel’ fell from the sky. 

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  • Rich-poor life expectancy gap rising again, research shows

    The gap in life expectancy between the rich and the poor is growing for the first time since the 1870s, according to new research.

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  • Marines Probe Identity Of Iwo Jima Serviceman

    The US Marine Corps is investigating whether it mistakenly identified one of the men shown raising the US flag at Iwo Jima in one of the iconic images of World War Two. The inquiry was launched after two amateur history enthusiasts - Eric Krelle, of Omaha, and Stephen Foley, of Wexford, Ireland - raised doubts about the identity of one of the men in 2014. Associated Press photographer Joe Rosenthal shot the photograph on 23 February, 1945, on Mount Suribachi, amid an intense battle with the Japanese.

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  • Too many millennials are facing buyer's remorse over one of the most expensive purchases they'll ever make

    College tuition is one of the biggest purchases millennial graduates have made — and now many of them are regretting it. In fact, 57% of millennial graduates regret taking out as many loans as they did, and 36% even said that they would not have gone to college if they knew how much it was going to cost them, according to a survey by Citizens Bank. Brendan Coughlin, president of consumer lending at Citizens Bank, encourages borrowers to get educated and informed on their loans rather than consider skipping higher education entirely.

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  • Father of Stephen Lawrence says undercover police probe must be open to public

    The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence has warned he may not co-operate with an inquiry into police spies unless the probe is transparent.

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