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Pale and gaunt Prince seen visiting his doctor

Video stills of the 57-year-old's final hours were released on the same day officials said no criminal charges would be pursued over the singer's death because they do not know who supplied the Fentanyl-laced pills that caused his fatal overdose. But Prince’s doctor, Dr Michael Todd Schulenberg, has agreed to pay $30,000 to settle a federal civil violation over claims he illegally prescribed him an opioid painkiller a week before he died. Prince (inset in a file photo) was seen entering Dr Schulenberg's clinic (main) on April 20 where he said he felt 'antsy' and suggested it was because he had stopped taking the non-opioid painkiller Tylenol that morning. He received a urine test and the results tested positive for opiates. The Walgreens video, meanwhile, (top left) shows the singer's assistant entering the store at 5.45pm and 7pm and taking away medicines. Also pictured are medicines found at his house where he died (bottom left, top right and bottom right). 

Two deputies killed in Florida, authorities say

Two Florida deputies who were killed in an ambush by a gunman who opened fire through the window of a Chinese restaurant on Thursday afternoon have been named as Sergeant Noel Ramirez, 30, (top left) and Deputy Sheriff Taylor Lindsey, 25 (top right). At about 3pm, Ramirez and Lindsey were eating at the Ace China restaurant in downtown Trenton, when the assailant fatally shot them before turning the weapon on himself. Gilchrist County Sheriff's Office told residents to stay away from an area where the attack happened and confirmed no other suspects were at large. They later confirmed the names of the two officers in a tweet, which read: 'Sergeant Noel Ramirez. Deputy Sheriff Taylor Lindsey. Our heroes, killed in the line of duty today, April 19th, at the Ace China in Trenton. We'll continue to serve you. For them.' President Trump tweeted (inset) his condolences to the families of the victims. Pictured bottom: Officers outside Ace China restaurant. 

Lance Armstrong has agreed to pay $5M to settle a federal suit claiming he defrauded his sponsor, the US Postal Service, by using performance-enhancing drugs.

'Profiled, stalked and murdered': Shocking bystander video captures moment cops shot dead an unarmed black motorist in a Walmart parking lot in a hail of 30 bullets because his car looked 'suspicious'

Diante Yarber, 26, was waiting in the car after driving his cousin and friends to a local Walmart on April 5, when police reportedly acting on a 'call of a suspicious vehicle' attempted to stop him. San Bernardino county sheriff's department say Yarber had tried to avoid police and had 'accelerated' towards officers which is when they opened fire at the car full of passengers, killing Yarber, seriously injuring a female passenger, 23, and causing a minor injury to another passenger. Video, shot by a witness on their cellphone, captured the screams of shoppers as officers opened fire on the car. The footage appeared to show Yarber's black Mustang slowly reversing while gunfire rang out across the parking lot.

Rashon Nelson, 23, who with his business partner Donte Robinson was led from a Philadelphia store in handcuffs has been stopped at least a dozen times in just three years by police for minor offenses.

The Queen and Charles welcome world leaders for state dinner

The Queen welcomed world leaders to Buckingham Palace for a state dinner on Thursday evening. Her Majesty hosted the dinner, which was attended by several members of the royal family and heads of government, including Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and his wife Lucy (left). The lavish dinner came ahead of anointing the Queen's successor on Friday, as she told foreign dignitaries earlier today of her 'sincere wish' that they pick Prince Charles (pictured together right) to take over as leader of the Commonwealth.

Kate Middleton and Prince William will welcome another royal baby, their third child, in April 2018. With that comes a number of traditions, many of which have been adhered to for centuries.

Meghan wears Jackie O dress Commonwealth reception

A smitten Meghan opted for a dress named after the iconic First Lady as she joined her fiancé at a Commonwealth reception hosted by Boris Johnson (inset) at the Royal Aeronautical Society. The couple, who are due to tie the knot next month, are meeting representatives from charities and organisations working to promote global gender equality through girls' education - a cause close to Meghan's heart. Meghan, a passionate advocate for women’s rights and self-proclaimed feminist, looked chic in the £266 dress from little-known LA label Black Halo, teamed with a pair of pointed stilettos and delicate spiral diamond earrings from Canadian jeweller Birks.

Alex Rodriguez's nephew, Noberto Susini, 29, was kidnapped and held for ransom at a New York City hotel on Wednesday night after a $600,000 Lamborghini sale went south.

Tony Rutherford, of Oklahoma, was charged with murder for fatally shooting his 13-year-old son, Kyle McDowell, after mistaking the teen for a thief on April 7.

Night Court star Harry Anderson's wife's 911 call

The 911 call placed by Night Court star Harry Anderson's wife, pictured with him center, after she found him dead on Monday has been released. Elizabeth Morgan called authorities after her 65-year-old husband lying unresponsive with his eyes 'partially open' in their Asheville, North Carolina, home, bottom right, at 6.41am. She had woken up to find him unresponsive in their bed. In her first remark to the operator, she said: 'Yes, um, I am not sure who I need. Um, I woke up this morning and, um, my, uh, I think my husband has passed away in the night. 'I mean I - I’m in disbelief. I look at him and I feel like (should) I see him breathing. He’s cold. 'His hand - he’s cold. He’s not ice cold but he is definitely cold. His eyes are partially open, uh, but he’s not lookin’ at anything, he’s not responding.' Later, she said his fingers were 'purplish'. She also told the operator that he'd suffered strokes in January after a bout of the flu. Pictured left: Anderson on Night Court and top right: Anderson also appeared as Harry 'The Hat' Gittes in six episodes of Cheers, between 1982-93.

Kevin Krim took to Facebook on behalf of himself and his wife Marina (pictured in February) after former nanny Yoselyn Ortega was found guilty of murdering their kids Lulu and Leo.

Dr Harry Milman, 70, was Cosby's first expert witness in his retrial on charges of aggravated assault for allegedly drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand, 45, in 2004.

Hero EMT who rescued mom-of-two as she was sucked out of plane window and tried in vain to save her life refuses to detail what happened out of respect for her family - and it's revealed she WAS wearing a seatbelt

Andrew Needum, 34, was on board Southwest Airlines flight 1380 with his two children, his wife and his parents. They were on their way home to Texas after a family vacation to New York City where they'd celebrated his parents 39th wedding anniversary. He was in row seven and Jennifer Riordan was in row 14 when she was sucked out of the window after it was smashed by shrapnel from an exploding engine. Needum, a trained firefighter, ran back to help her after hearing a 'commotion' and after being given an approving 'look' from his wife Stephanie, he said on Thursday. He and Tim McGinty, a farm hand, were able to bring the 43-year-old's body back into the aircraft. Needum and retired nurse Peggy Phillips then performed CPR until the plane made an emergency landing in Philadelphia.

Several of the passengers pictured on board Southwest Airlines flight 1380, which made an emergency landing after an explosion at 32,500 ft, weren't wearing their oxygen masks correctly.

Enormous chunks of the plane's engine casing and inner parts were discovered by gobsmacked locals in Jefferson Township, Penn Township and Bernville in the state of Pennsylvania.

'Everybody breathe, we are almost there!': New video shows Southwest flight attendants scrambling to calm panicked passengers after mid-air explosion that left one dead

New footage has emerged showing Southwest flight attendants scrambling to calm panicked passengers following the mid-air explosion that left a woman dead after she was half sucked out of a plane window. A passenger filmed herself breathing through her oxygen mask on Tuesday as several flight attendants screamed for people to remain calm as the hero pilot tried to make an emergency landing. One flight attendant standing behind the female passenger repeatedly said over the plane's loudspeaker: 'Everybody breathe, we are almost there.'

Touching moment couple reunites after wife sent her husband goodbye messages from Southwest flight as experts say passengers could get thousands for experiencing PTSD 

Gianna Baur who was on the Southwest Airlines flight that suffered engine failure Tuesday morning has been reunited with her husband, Chad Baur, after she sent him goodbye messages from the plane. Gianna thought she would never see her husband, Chad, again as the pilot of her flight announced they would be diverting the aircraft for an emergency landing. She immediately began texting him using in-flight texting and even took a photo of herself with an oxygen mask on. 'That's when I started to really panic,' Chad said. The next five minutes were some of the most terrifying for both Gianna and Chad. While pilot Tammie Jo Shults prepared the plan for the emergency landing in Philadelphia, Chad said he didn't receive any messages. Seventeen minutes later, Chad finally received a photo of the blown engine. Chad and his wife, who have been married for just three years, were finally reunited with one another following the horrific scare.

Zammar was mentioned several times in the 9/11 Commission’s report, which said he encouraged worshippers at a Hamburg mosque towards terrorism and alleged 9/11 financer Ramzi Binalshibh.

1970s Lower East Side NY pictures show tight-knit immigrant community

The bustling Lower East Side neighborhood in New York is known today as a hotspot for hipsters and for rocketing property prices, but 40 years ago it was quite the opposite and was a quiet tight-knit immigrant community. Renowned photographer Meryl Meisler took hundreds of captivating photos of the neighborhood during the 1970s and 1980s showcasing the vibrant characters in the area that included children to elderly people at assisted living facilities. A collection of her photographs during the time period are set to go on display next month in celebration of Lower East Side History Month. The exhibit opens on May 3 at The Storefront Project located at 70 Orchard Street and will run until June 3.

In a survey of more than 1,000 patients who had had surgery, nearly all of them were presribed opioids, but 63 percent were unused and only a fraction were disposed of, a Mayo Clinic study found.

Chris Heisser was charged with four misdemeanors stemming from a DUI arrest in February near Thousand Oaks, Calif., according to The Blast.

Images released of Prince dead inside his Paisley Park compound

Video released by the Carver County Sheriff's Department shows Prince's Paisley Park estate in the moments after authorities responded to a report that the singer was unresponsive. The singer's body was laying outside an elevator on the ground floor of the compound, where he had lived for almost all of his adult life. Video was also released from inside a Walgreen's where Prince's assistant picked up prescriptions at 5:45pm and 7pm the night before Prince passed away. Prince waited outside on both occasions. The images and video of the 57-year-old's final days were released on the same day that officials announced no criminal charges would be pursued in the singer's death.

FILE - In this Feb. 4, 2007 file photo, Prince performs during halftime of the Super Bowl XLI football game in Miami. Minnesota prosecutors are planning an announcement Thursday, April 19, 2018, in their two-year investigation into Prince's death. Prince was found alone and unresponsive in an elevator at his Paisley Park estate on April 21, 2016. An autopsy found he died of an accidental overdose of fentanyl, a synthetic opioid 50 times more powerful than heroin. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara, File)

It was announced on Thursday that no criminal charges would be filed in the death of Prince, two years after he lost his life following a fatal overdose. A doctor will pay a $30K fine.

The world's largest dating app, Badoo, recently surveyed 5,000 people between age 18 and 30 to find the most right-swiped jobs for men and women. Some of the results were surprising.

Gambling-addict granny nicknamed 'Losing Streak Lois' - who murdered her husband and a lookalike stranger whose identity she stole - is seen on CCTV casually strolling around hotel in victim's hat 

Lois Riess, 56, (left and right) has been on the run since she allegedly killed her husband David Riess (top) in Minnesota last month and then shot Pamela Hutchinson (bottom) in Florida days later. Authorities believe Riess, who allegedly used the same gun in both shootings, may have targeted Hutchinson to assume her identity because they look similar. Newly released surveillance videos show Riess walking away from the Marina Village in Fort Meyers Beach soon after she allegedly killed Hutchinson. Riess was also spotted on CCTV cameras driving up to a Hilton hotel in Ocala before calmly walking through the lobby wearing her victim's hat.

The Simpsons showrunner Al Jean has revealed for the first time that Barbara Bush replied to a letter from Marge Simpson after the then First Lady had described the TV show as 'dumb'.

Ex-New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani is joining Trump's legal team

Former New York Mayor Rudy Guiliani is joining President Trump's legal team as he fights off Robert Mueller's Russia probe. Giuliani was a fierce defender of Trump and frequent companion on the campaign trail. The former New York mayor was also a prosecutor and in the Reagan Justice Department. Earlier opportunities to join the Trump administration fell through amid his list of clients and representation of foreign governments.

The revelation dramatically changes the playing field where Trump has spent a year defensively zig-zagging while simultaneously threatening to steamroll his adversaries.

The Justice Department's IF has made a criminal referral for fired former FBI director Andrew McCabe, who is accused of leaking information during the campaign and then lying about it to investigators.

The leader of the Judiciary Committee saidthe committee would vote on a bill to protect the Russia probe special counsel despite objections by the chamber's Republican leadership.

As the curtain went up on the 17th Tribeca Film Festival on Wednesday, Robert De Niro couldn't help using the festival's megawatt spotlight to direct his considerable ire at President Trump.

Former FBI director James Comey told a crowd in New York that there is a 'collection of people, CIA, NSA, FBI' working toward what they see as the interests of the United States.

CNN's digital politics editor wrote that the word 'breeding' was a coded-language complaint about immigrants. It turns out Trump was talking about 'breeding' crime, not people.

Judge in Michael Cohen conducted George Soros's third marriage

The judge deciding what happens to evidence seized by the FBI from Donald Trump's personal attorney Michael Cohen issued a rare public statement Thursday distancing herself from George Soros, the billionaire liberal mega-donor. Judge Kimba Wood was revealed to have conducted the 2012 marriage of Soros - the 87-year-old financier who has called Trump's administration 'a danger to the world' - and his third wife Tamiko Bolton, who is 41 years his junior. The 2012 ceremony took place in his Caramoor estate in Bedford, upstate New York, and other guests included Nancy Pelosi, the Democratic house minority leader and Gavin Newsom, then the Democratic lieutenant governor of California who is now running for governor.

Jay Goldberg, who represented the president decades ago, told Trump that on a scale of one to 100, with 100 representing an ironclad commitment to protecting Trump, Cohen 'isn't even a 1.'

ISIS propaganda channels circulated an image showing President Trump with his hands tied and a pistol pointed at his head, vowing 'soon the calamities will be in your lands'.

While FBI Director James Comey has said President Trump is 'morally unfit' to be president, he wouldn't go as far as to say the country would be better off had Hillary Clinton won.

Groomed with food: McKayla Maroney says pedophile doctor Larry Nassar gained her trust by buying her loaves of bread while she was being 'starved' by her coaches at London Olympics

McKayla Maroney is the latest Larry Nassar victim to reveal that the pedophile doctor used food as part of his grooming process. 'I think I would've starved at the Olympics if I didn't have him bring me food,' Maroney tells Savannah Guthrie in a preview for a special episode of Dateline airing on Sunday. 'Your coaches are just always watching you. And wanting to keep you skinny,' explained Maroney, before adding: 'And there's just other things about the culture that are also messed up that he used against us.' When asked by Guthrie what exactly Nassar did, Maroney gleefully replied: 'Buy me a loaf of bread.' This was similar to remarks shared back in January by Nassar victims Jamie Dantzscher, Jeanette Antolin and Mattie Larson on The Story With Martha MacCallum .

Stephon Clark's brother is ARRESTED for making criminal threats five weeks after fatal

Stevante Clark, the brother of Stephon Clark (inset), an unarmed black man shot and killed last month by Sacramento police, was arrested Thursday morning for making criminal threats. Clark was taken into custody around 10:15am for making threats to commit a crime resulting in death or great bodily injury. The 25-year-old was also accused of calling 911 with the intent to annoy or harass. He was booked into the Sacramento County Jail for criminal threats to another person, felony assault, felony vandalism, and abusing the 911 emergency line.

Syrian air defenses fired a total of 40 missiles in response to the attack, but only two of them made it off the ground before the attack was over and both of them missed their targets, it is claimed.

Cardi B broke Beyonce's record for Most Simultaneous Billboard Hot 100 entries by a woman. She already has the record for Concurrent Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Top 10 entries by a female.

Gregg Popovich will not coach the San Antonio Spurs in Thursday's playoff game against the Warriors following the death of his wife, Erin. Assistant Ettore Messina will coach in his place.

After an uproar on social media, LeBron James insists he was not blindsided by a reporter's question about the passing of Erin Popovich, the wife of San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich.

David Copperfield testifies in MGM Grand tourist injury case

David Copperfield, appearing in court in Las Vegas (top left), didn't acknowledge responsibility for injuries British man Gavin Cox (bottom left) claims to have suffered when he fell during the illusion (right) in 2013. But the celebrated magician did say it might be his fault if an audience volunteer who was participating in a trick got hurt. Cox, from Kent, claims lasting brain and body injuries and more than $400,000 in medical expenses. The court has heard how practiced stagehands with flashlights hurried randomly chosen participants through dark curtains, down unfamiliar passageways, around corners, outdoors, indoors and through an MGM Grand resort kitchen in time to re-enter the back of the theater for their 'reappearance' during the show finale.

American ISIS widow dreams of returning to the US

American Sam El Hassani, also known as Samantha Sally, is currently in a Kurdish prison in Syria with her children after being taken into custody following ISIS's collapse in Raqqa. Her ISIS-fighting husband Moussa El Hassani was killed last year in a drone strike. While the family now waits for US authorities to decide their fate, El Hassani said she is desperate to get her children out and that they dream of eating McDonalds.

Prosecutors say a former 911 operator in Houston has been found guilty of hanging up on people calling for emergency services. Crenshanda Williams, 44, was sentenced 10 days in jail.

Pet owners from around the world took to Bored Panda to reveal the times their dogs, cats, birds and even fish demonstrated their human-like intelligence by imitating their behaviour.

The British Bulldog's son and former WWE star Davey Boy Smith Jr is wanted by police

Former WWE star Davey Boy Smith Jr (left), the son of wrestling legend the British Bulldog (inset) is wanted for simple battery in New Orleans after he threw coffee at Jake 'The Snake' Roberts' (right) face. The attack took place on April 7 at WrestleCon when Smith confronted Roberts about comments he made about his late father. When Roberts refused to apologize and said 'F*** off' Smith threw hot coffee at his face. The penalty for battery in Louisiana can be up to six months of jail time or a fine of up to $1,000.

It was revealed on Thursday morning that Hannity had been named to the annual Time 100 list, making him one of the few members of the media on the list and the lone member of Fox News.

Tina Jones, of Des Plaines, Illinois, was charged with one count of solicitation of murder for hire. She allegedly went through a website called the Cosa Nostra International Network.

Teen Vogue editor Vera Papisova went to Coachella to talk about sexual harassment at the musical festival and says that during the 10 hours she was reporting the story, she was groped 22 times.

The J.P. Morgan Private Bank's Spring Investment Barometer was released this week and 75 percent of ultra-high investors suspect a recession is imminent.

GUY WALTERS: How DID Dr Asperger hide his past as a Nazi

Herwig Czech, a historian of medicine at the Medical University of Vienna, made the discovery that Hans Asperger actively cooperated with the Nazi regime. Asperger is believed to have consigned dozens of children to their death at Am Spiegelgrund, a children's clinic in Vienna's notorious Steinhof hospital.

Horrific photos show a three-month-old baby covered in bleeding blisters after his herpes-infected mother gave him cold sores after kissing the infant on the lips in China.

Last November Timothy Griffith, 45, shot his sedated wife, her 16-year-old daughter and the couple's five-year-old son before killing himself at the family's Mapleton home.

One dead after TV station tower collapses in Missouri

A television station tower in Fordland, Missouri suddenly collapsed Thursday morning as six maintenance workers were 105ft in the air replacing crossbeams on the structure. One maintenance worker died when he fell and became trapped in the metal and wires. The five other workers suffered non life-threatening injuries. The cause for the collapse of the 1,980ft tower is under investigation.


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Jane Seymour explains why she doesn't like Botox

The actress said Botox froze her facial muscles, which wasn't ideal for an actress, and she is unlikely to do it again. 'I don’t want to spend forever obsessing over my look,' she said. She previously admitted to getting her eyes and breasts done. Jane recently posed for a clothed shoot for Playboy, her third, at the age of 67. She said the pictures were better than some she'd taken at age 20.

The Indian man took the 35-year-old woman to a friend's house where he was locked inside for 18 hours while they took turns raping her before she escaped to her mother's house.

Judy Yonemoto, who has previously worked Ariana Grande and Jennifer Hudson and on the Pitch Perfect series has revealed the simple three-step routine that can take years off your face.

The winners of 2018 Sony Photography Awards revealed

The shortlist contains an array of compositions, from gorgeous natural landscapes to harsh human environments. The 11th edition of the competition saw a record breaking 320,000 submissions by photographers from more than 200 countries and territories. Pictured, left and bottom right, are two shots of storms across the US taken by Mitch Dobrowner, while top right is an image of woodland in the Balkans taken by Veselin Atanasov.

FILE - This Aug. 15, 2017, file photo shows an arrangement of pills of the opioid oxycodone-acetaminophen, also known as Percocet, in New York. Health data firm IQVIA's Institute for Human Data Science released a report Thursday, April 19, 2018, showing an 8.9 percent average drop nationwide in the number of prescriptions for opioids filled in 2017 by retail and mail-order pharmacies, which fill the bulk of prescriptions. (AP Photo/Patrick Sison, File)

New data from the health firm IQVIA show that the number of prescriptions for opioid painkillers filled in the US fell dramatically last year. Nationwide, nine percent fewer prescriptions were filled last year.

Christian Costello (main), 29, was found not guilty by reason of insanity for stabbing his father, Mark Costello (inset) in an Oklahoma City ice cream shop. Costello suffers from schizoaffective disorder.

A survey of more than 5,000 people from 10 countries with more than $1 million in assets found that Americans' views different significantly from those of people in other countries.

The $40 pop-up classes, which are structured like a standard yoga class but with little goats crawling around and on the participants, were set to debut in Brooklyn's Bushwick neighborhood on Tuesday.

Dozens of people on the Hawaiian island of Kauai were rescued by legendary surfer Laird Hamilton after more than 28 inches of rain fell over a 24-hour period over the weekend

Selfless mother gets a stunning makeover after moving to New York

Pamela Farrell, 50, from Nashville, Tennessee, selflessly packed up her life and moved to the Big Apple, so her daughter Grace could pursue her dreams and dance at the Teen Company. As luck would have it, she was plucked from the crowd at the Today show plaza on Thursday morning for an ambush makeover, and the timing couldn't have been better. 'Oh my God, you look beautiful,' Grace said when she saw her mom's new look.

The four brothers who were killed in the Lake Ozark, Missouri, house fire on Thursday morning were identified as Tyler Otto, 14; Carson Otto, 8; 5-year-old Max Otto and 4-year-old Levi Otto.

Police say a 26-year-old Michigan mother left her two infant daughters inside a suitcase next to garbage on the side of the road when welfare workers arrived to take the children away.

Science writer Tom Whipple, explores gender and relationships in a new book. He considers how testosterone can cause you to seek status and the experiments that have proved the science.

A triple murder-suicide in Asheville, North Carolina, Wednesday claimed the lives of Harmony Smith, 13 (pictured), her brother Keithan Whitmire, 15, their mother and her boyfriend, the gunman.

Animals are nearly impossible to see thanks to their camouflage 

These fascinating pictures show how a wide variety of creatures use their surroundings to camouflage themselves in a bid to hide from predators or to stalk prey themselves. A giraffe, top left, is camouflaged by the shape and colour of the surrounding vegetation while, bottom left, a giant tailed gecko lies face down on a tree, its skin blending in perfectly with the bark. A grouse's grey and white feathers make it difficult to spot among the rocks, top right. A leopard lies in the vegetation at the base of a tree, bottom right, using its spots to conceal itself.

Elon Musk is currently staying overnight at Tesla's factory in Freemont, California. The hard-working boss sent an-email to his employees revealing six tips to boost their productivity.

A panel of experts has put together a definitive list of which dietary supplements are best and safest to take for women looking to improve their general health, clear up bad skin or lose fat.

The incident took place on Wednesday at Park Hall Elementary School in St. Mary's County - the same county where just last month, a high school boy fatally shot a girl and then killed himself.

The King of the African country of Swaziland has announced that his country is to be renamed eSwatini in part to mark 50 years of independence and in part to distinguish it from Switzerland.

Mother-of-two  got toxic shock syndrome caused by a tampon

Amy Haller Follis, of Pennsylvania, thought she had the flu when she fell ill while moving house last year. It turned out her vomiting, weakness, and piercing stomach pains were caused by toxic shock syndrome. Even though she had finished her period days earlier, and did not leave her tampon in past eight hours, doctors believe a stray fiber triggered the often-fatal disease. As she lay in her ward, about to receive the last rites, she saw her mother, father, grandparents, uncle, and her cousin who committed suicide in the mid-1990s at 16.

Officials in India have taken the unusual step of administering a chemical through what looks like a saline drip to save a much-loved 700-year-old tree from being devoured by termites.

Dee Yates Jessop, 51, planned to ignite the 51 candles - that were in the shape of a heart - from on top a ridge near Circleville, Utah, on Saturday night. He then fell roughly 50 to 60 feet and died.

Researchers at Michigan Medicine found that obesity and a lack of exercise could be causing testosterone levels to fall in more men aged under 40, which could expose them to chronic illness.

Man accused of beating mother and son to death with a pipe wrench

William Hillman has been charged with murdering Denise McFadzen, 42, and Dalton McFadzen, 21, at their home in Perham, Minnesota on Tuesday. Both victims suffered blunt force trauma to their skulls and police recovered a bloodied pipe wrench nearby. Hillman, who has a history of mental illness and violence, allegedly told police he had done a 'bad thing' and needed to be arrested. When police asked Hillman if the McFadzens, who had taken him in, had ever threatened him, he said they hadn't but they were just 'weird'.

I woof you! Husky 'cries' in his owners' arms after being rejected by his love interest

This is the hilarious moment a husky is having a melancholic breakdown when he gets rejected by a female samoyed. Mobile phone footage shows the husky standing in his hind legs and leaning towards his owners' arms as he whines loudly. The owner could not help but laugh seeing the pooch got rejected and hid his face when the samoyed walked past.

Being woken in the middle of a sleep cycle, and potentially interrupting deep sleep, can make you feel groggy, but this calculator by a British interiors firm can help you time your sleep better.

Purshotam Kumar, seven, was brutally murdered and mutilated in a Delhi slum as he tried to fight off child rapist Sandeep Singh, 21. Now his mother Puja is demanding justice for her boy and others like him.

Researchers from the University of Guelph in Ontario found vaginal sanitising gels raise women's risk of a bacterial infection by almost 20 times and a yeast infection by eight times.

Bill Gates is backing Washington-based, EarthNow, a startup that plans to launch 500 satellites to cover Earth's atmosphere in real-time video surveillance.

Kanghua Ren, who video blogs as RetSet, filmed himself replacing the white filling in a whole packet of the biscuits with toothpaste and re-packaging it, then fed it to a Barcelona beggar.

The risk of heart disease rose by nearly a quarter among people who had 25-32 natural teeth but lost two in middle age, according to new research findings from Tulane University in New Orleans.

Homes are buried under mounds of prickly TUMBLEWEED during 70mph winds in California and Utah - leaving residents trapped for hours

As many as 150 homes were affected by the weeds in Victorville, CA (pictured) on Monday as high winds going up to 70mph brought in the worst case of the prickly weeds that residents had ever seen. Thousands of tumbleweeds also piled up around houses in West Jordan, Utah. It took city workers more than an hour-and-a-half to remove two tons of tumbleweeds from just one home in the neighborhood.

These photos reveal the hidden history of the legendary black cowboys of the Wild West. By the 1870s, they are thought to have made up a quarter of the 35,000 cowboys in the Old West.

Three officials in the Tennessee Air National Guard have been disciplined after an officer was filmed reciting her re-enlistment using a dinosaur hand puppet this past weekend.

An engineering fraternity at Syracuse University in New York has been suspended after its members were filmed making a racist pledge 'to always have hatred for n******, sp*** and ki***'.

China has installed a new system that will spray water to stop people from jaywalking in the city. The facial recognition-equipped system also gives verbal warnings to pedestrians who attempt to cross.

Walter Leroy Moody Jr., 83, will become the oldest person ever to be administered the death penalty when he is given a lethal injection at the high security prison in Alabama this evening.

The genetic change discovered in the Bajau tribe who live in Jaya Bakti is the first known example of a human adaptation to deep diving, researchers from Cambridge University found.

Michigan family with 13 boys gets fourteenth son

A Michigan couple with 13 boys has welcomed a fourteenth son into their family. WOOD-TV reports Jay and Kateri Schwandt's latest addition was born on Wednesday evening - five days before the baby's expected due date. The healthy baby boy weighed in at a healthy 8 pounds, 4 ounces.

People from around the world have been using the hashtag #ThingsNotToSayTo SomeoneWithMentalI llness to highlight how 'helpful' advice can often have the opposite effect.

Every year thousands of Norwegian high school graduates take part in the Russ celebrations that involve heavy drinking as well as sex and nudity themed challenges.

An Animal Control officer acting on a tip arrived at Brandon Cooper and Sindel McWhorter's home in Ohio and discovered the carcass of a pit bull that had been shot and killed with a nail gun.

Barack Obama and his family purchased the the 8,200 sq ft mansion in the Kalorama area of the capital in 2017 for $8.1million having initially rented the property.

A shocking video seems to show inmates carrying blades during the prison riot at Lee Correctional Institution in South Carolina that saw seven prisoners die of stab wounds.

The new ant is one of 15 new species of exploding ants that has been found by researchers from the Natural History Museum Vienna and colleagues on the island in Southeast Asia’s Malay Archipelago.

Stratolaunch will conduct its first flight this summer, the company revealed at the 34th Space Symposium in Colorado. The aircraft still has to go through three taxi tests.

Prince Alexander of Sweden, who is the eldest son of Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia, is seen wearing a bright yellow jumper and orange raincoat in the new official portraits.

Oyster connoisseur Katy Davidson reveals you should never slurp a bivalve as it's like chugging a shot of fine wine. Instead you should chew it on the way down to get more of the flavour.

A Reddit user, believed to be based in the US, said she was recently left in despair after her favourite tweezers became 'dull'. She described how she managed to sharpen them using a nail file.

The incredible Spanish-style villa on Palm Island, Miami, was bought by the notorious mobster for $40,000 back in 1928. It was the planning HQ for the Valentine's Day massacre a year later.

Masimba Chirayi, 37, appeared court Harare where he denied intentionally killing Wendy Thinnamay Masuka during her baptism, saying he held her under because she was 'possessed'.

Aleexandra Khefren, 19, made headlines around the world when she announced she was offering herself to the highest bidder in November 2016. She has now claimed it was a lie.

Police have arrested a teen suspect in an anti-Semitic attack against two men who were wearing traditional Jewish skullcaps while walking through an upmarket area of central Berlin.

Evolution turned a tribe of Indonesians into 'human seals'

A tribe of 'superhuman' Indonesians have evolved larger spleens that allow them to dive more than 200ft. A genetic adaptation makes their spleens 50 per cent larger than normal. The evolutionary quirk, developed over hundreds or thousands of years, enables the Bajau tribe of 'fish people' in Indonesia to work eight-hour diving shifts to spear fish and octopus for their families. Members of the tribe can dive up to 230ft aided by nothing more than a set of weights and a pair of goggles.

In the study, an international team of researchers found that tiny diamond needles measuring just a few micrometers tall could bend by as much as 9 percent without snapping.

The strange looking black stone was apparently found by a soldier in Myanmar. The video sparked conspiracy theories, with some saying it must have been left by an ancient civilisation.

Stevie-Lee Longworth, 21, from Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, spent half an hour scrubbing two-year-old Ellie-Jane clean after she spent the morning covering herself in black gel eyeliner.

The outrageous scene, in what appears to be a public park in Iran in broad daylight, was secretly filmed by an onlooker and has been spread online by dissident groups who oppose the hijab.

Lorena Bolanos, 24, from Mexico, was branded a 'chocolate chip cookie' by cruel bullies because she was born covered in birthmarks, and has now stripped down to promote body positivity.

This is the hair-raising moment a truck driver took his life in his hands by crossing a tiny wooden bridge spanning a fast-flowing river while carrying a mobile home on the truck bed.

Images show a mass of scaffolding around some of the huge buildings under construction and trucks and diggers scattered around the site of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at the Anaheim park.

The Tennessee man was at the cash register to pay for something when the cat came in. He looked at the feline for a split second before jumping onto the counter with fear.

A tortoise had to have a three-hour operation worth $4,000 in California after it fell off a ten-foot wall and cracked its shell into three pieces while escaping from a dog.

A furious mother has gone online to share her rage on UK parenting forum Mumsnet, revealing she'd being offered up as a driver for a wedding she hadn't even confirmed she was attending yet.

Researchers from the University of Kansas found that when worn twice a day for a month, the device reduces tremor severity by 89.5 percent. Wearing it just once reduces tremors by 65 percent.

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It's rough out in these seas! Video shows Hawaiian monk seal pup playing with a KNIFE 

Manu'iwa, a female monk seal pup born in February, is seen wielding an orange knife in her mouth in a video posted last Sunday from Hawaii, Hawaii. The seal pup was recently weaned off her mother and has been monitored by staff from the Ke Kai Ola: The Hawaiian Monk Seal Hospital.

Aria Williams, from Virginia, US, was singing along to the song, 'Old Macdonald Had A Farm' with her mother, Yun Wen Chin, when she struggled to pronounce the word 'quack'.

The footage, filmed in Wuwei City in northwestern China's Gansu Province, captured the cute white and grey moggy standing perfectly still in front of its delicious sweet treat.

Pleased to see me? Amber the Rhodesian Ridgeback greets her owner with some unusual tail wagging - and it all looks a bit RUDE 

As owner Colleen Murray sat at home in Cape Town, South Africa, she spotted her beloved Amber sat on her hind legs. While innocently wagging her tail, it slips between the eight-year-old's back paws and looks a little rude. Colleen said: ‘We all found it hilarious. I couldn't help but get it on film. We have had Amber since she was a puppy, and this is the first time I've ever noticed this.’


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Lion has adopted hipster hairstyle in Nairobi National Park

These pictures taken in Kenya's Nairobi National Park show a lion with a slick top knot and apparently unshaven beard, looking like he's had a little help securing his hipster look. Wildlife photographer Paras Chandaria, who snapped the unusual looking beast, said: ‘I thought his hair was awesome. I couldn’t help but take a picture.' Paras says he is a frequent visitor to the park and drives around it taking pictures of his favourite big cats.

Horrifying moment bus wheels miss girl's HEAD by INCHES after friend shoves her into the road in prank

This is the terrifying moment a bus almost runs over a 17-year-old girl in a prank gone horribly wrong. Footage, released by police, shows a girl pushed into the road as the big red bendy bus drives past. The back wheels of the bus were only inches from her head as she lands in the road in Czechowice-Dziedzice in Poland.



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