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The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department arrested Joseph James DeAngelo Jr (center, believed to be a photograph taken in 1976) Tuesday night on two murder charges. The 72-year-old former Auburn police officer is said to be linked to 12 unsolved homicides, nearly 50 rapes and 120 home burglaries over the span of a decade in the 1970s in southern California. The serial murderer and rapists identify was unknown for decades. The only information police had on the killer, nicknamed the Golden State Killer, was a sketch (right) the FBI released in 1976. The arrest of the suspected Golden State Killer comes more than a month since Patton Oswalt’s late wife, Michelle McNamara (right), released her crime novel about the murderer titled I’ll Be Gone In The Dark.

Hillary aides called the Clinton Foundation 'Chelsea's nest egg' claims new book

Hillary Clinton's staff raised $250million for the Clinton Foundation before the former secretary of state announced she was running for president. Aides say the money was Chelsea's 'nest egg'. In her new book, Chasing Hillary: Ten Years, Two Presidential Campaigns and One Intact Glass Ceiling, New York Times journalist Amy Chozick does not say if the comment from one aide was a joke, though it appears to be a snarky comment referring to the foundation's history of controversy. The Clinton Foundation is being investigated by the FBI over a possible pay-to-play scheme while Clinton was Secretary of State.

The crisis began when the Swedish Academy brought in lawyers to investigate sexual misconduct claims from 18 women against Jean-Claude Arnault, pictured with wife Katarina Frostenson.

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The White House defended the vetting of under fire Veterans Affairs secretary nominee Dr. Ronny Jackson by saying he spending as much time with the President Trump as nearly anyone.

Staff at chain restaurants in the US and UK reveal the dodgiest options on menus - and ice cream machines and soda fountains are often mouldy and unclean, several said on Reddit.

A rare $5 coin from the California Gold Rush has been found in New England. Its owner thought it was fake but the coin is actually worth millions. It is one of four surviving pieces from 1854.

Trump tweets that Melania's state dinner for Macrons 'was perfection'

Donald Trump paid his first lady a lavish public tribute Wednesday for her hosting of his first state dinner for French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte. 'Flotus did a spectacular job hosting the President of France Emmunel Macron and his wife Brigitte,' he tweeted. 'Every detail was done to perfection. The State Dining Room never looked more beautiful, and Washington is abuzz over what an incredible job Melania did.'

Kanye West defends his love for his 'brother' Donald Trump

West launched a new tirade of tweets on Wednesday that included his support for Trump. The rapper said the 'mob can't make me not love' the president and called Trump 'my brother'. West added that he was not 'political' and did not identify as Democrat or Republican.

Joy Reid's tweets about 'rentboys' and 'grimey closet-cases' re-emerge

Reid claimed that she'd been hacked after images from her blog, titled The Reid Report, were tweeted out this week, which appeared to show her calling the idea of homosexual sex 'gross' and gleefully speculating over the sexuality of politicians and celebrities. The MSNBC host said the anti-gay references 'run counter to my personal beliefs and ideology' and had been included in the now-defunct blog in an 'effort to taint my character.' But a long scroll through the 49-year-old's Twitter account turns up a number of tweets which appear to reflect the homophobic comments made on the blog.

Tamron Hall posts photo at NBC after report that Today ratings tanked

In that time Hall has said nothing about about her abrupt exit from NBC News after a decade with the network or how she felt about the decision to replace her on Today with Kelly. That all changed on Wednesday however, when Hall made it very clear how she felt about NBC by posting a photo of herself driving by Today with the caption: 'Heyyyyyy!' Hall's tweet was more about the context than content though, as she broke her silence just two hours after it was revealed that the third hour of Today had been pulling in fewer viewers and been less profitable ever since the arrival of Kelly.

The nine-figure gamble that NBC made on Megyn Kelly is not playing out how some at the network had hoped, as the Fox News transplant has struggled to find viewers despite hefty costs,

Cody Hawk-Berning (left), 23, now faces four felony charges in Michigan after a car accident in 2017 left Hunter James Conaty (right), 22, dead. It is the second fatal crash in two years for Hawk-Berning.

Struggling to stay awake, Wills? Prince battles heavy eyelids as he joins Harry and Meghan at a church service for fallen soldiers after two nights with his new baby boy - while Kate recovers at home

He is juggling a newborn baby and royal duties and Prince William appeared to show the strain today as he battled heavy eyelids in Westminster Abbey. The Duke of Cambridge joined his younger brother Prince Harry and his fiancée Meghan Markle at an Anzac Day service in London. But while he was in good spirits laughing and joking before the service, it appeared tiredness may have overcome the father-of-three once he sat down for the ceremony. William has returned to royal duties for the first time since his wife the Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to their third child on Monday. He now has three young children at home - his two-day-old son, Princess Charlotte, who will turn three next month, and Prince George, four.

Royal baby will have 'strong name' says Prince William

Doting grandmother Carole Middleton (left) gave her daughter Kate and Prince William a hand with Prince George today, taking him to see his new baby brother - as his father teased about potential names. Kate's family – including proud grandparents, Michael and Carole Middleton, her sister Pippa and brother James (right) – have all pitched in to help and been to Kensington Palace to have a cuddle with the new arrival (centre). Prince William said his newborn son was 'in good form and behaving himself' as he joked about potential names at an Anzac Day service. Prince Charles, however, has been unable see his new grandson as he was in Scotland on a private break when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's third child was born on Monday morning. Bookmakers, meanwhile, have suspended bets on the baby being named Alexander following a flurry of late bets.

Meghan, 36, looked suitably sombre in a cream coat, black hat and heels, with her hair loose at the event to remember Australian and New Zealand soldiers who died at Gallipoli in 1915.

Meghan Markle embraces Prince William at her second Anzac Day event

Prince William has been joined by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at Westminster Abbey for a traditional Anzac Day service. The father-of-three has returned to royal duties for the first time since his wife the Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to their third child on Monday. He was pictured warmly greeting his future sister-in-law with a kiss on the cheek and a gentle pat on the back (shown left and right) as they arrived for a service along with her fiance Harry (inset) to honor Australia and New Zealand's fallen. Earlier this morning, Meghan, 36, attended her first official service of remembrance and watched on as her future husband laid wreaths near Wellington Arch in central London. The American passed a cultural milestone when she, and Harry, were welcomed by Te Ataraiti Waretini from Ngati Ranana with a traditional hongi, the soft pressing of noses and the sharing of each other's breath.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were greeted by Te Ataraiti Waretini (pictured) with the soft pressing of noses and the sharing of each other's breath, during a dawn service to mark Anzac Day.

The stunning image, captured on April 21st, shows the aurora borealis over North America. It shows the after effects of a major solar storm on April 19th, and was captured in infrared 'night vision'.

Avicii’s agent said the DJ ‘didn't understand the value of money’

The new documentary sees the late DJ's manager Arash 'Ash' Pournouri (pictured left with Avicii in 2013) scornfully declaring that Avicii 'doesn't understand the value of money', following his decision to stop touring for his health. Avicii: True Stories shows the Swedish DJ, whose real name was Tim Bergling, arguing with his team as they try to convince him to continue live performances despite his obvious distress. Avicii was found dead in the city of Muscat, Oman, on Friday, aged just 28.

Officer Rogelio Santander (right) succumbed to his wounds at a Dallas hospital on Wednesday morning, less than 24 hours after police say Armando Juarez (left) opened fire on him.

Experts from the US Geological Survey focused on Roi-Namur Island on Kwajalein Atoll in the Marshall Islands for their site study, which took place from November 2013 to May 2015.

How James Dean French kissed Rock Hudson

Hollywood's biggest stars Liz Taylor, James Dean, and Rock Hudson brought a mix of egos, anxieties, and sexual tension to the set of 1956 classic film Giant. Behind-the-scenes secrets are revealed in Don Graham's Giant: Elizabeth Taylor, Rock Hudson, James Dean, Edna Ferber, and the Making of a Legendary American Film. There was a rivalry between Hollywood studs Dean and Hudson for Elizabeth's attention - although the two struggled with their sexuality. Taylor, who was married to second husband Michael Wilding while shooting the film, would later confess that she would've slept Hudson if he wasn't gay. The film marked the early days of her career and she had worried she'd be overlooked by the film director who had Audrey Hepburn at the top of his list.

Researchers from the Medical College of Georgia found that after just two weeks of drinking water with baking soda, people produce less immune cells that drive inflammation and more that dampen it.

John Youngaitis, 64, and Amber Maykut, 37, are two of New York City's last taxidermists. John mounts big game such as deer and Amber mounts small rodents such as mice in human poses and clothes.

True grit! Hero in a cowboy hat calmly takes off his sunglasses before leaping on an armed robber after he points a gun at him

This is the heart-stopping moment a have-a-go hero disarmed a gun wielding robber and then tackled him to the ground as he tried to escape. The brave cowboy, who coolly removed his sunglasses before leaping into action, even managed to snatch a kitchen knife from the hands of the desperate criminal. Captured on CCTV from inside a convenience store in Mexico, footage shows the young, armed robbed burst into the store waving a revolver pistol at the attendant.

Shelby, a nurse from Boston, spent eight hours in hospital after being hit by a 'distracted driver' going at 55mph - but her Kat Von D Tattoo Liner miraculously stayed put throughout her ordeal.

WARNING EXPLICIT CONTENT: Sex expert Tracey Cox reveals the hand moves you and your partner need to add to your bedroom repertoire if you want to spice things up between the sheets.

JFK was NOT killed by a 'grassy knoll' gunman

Despite the arrest of Lee Harvey Oswald and subsequent analyses that showed JFK’s wounds lined up with the type of rifle Oswald owned, skeptics have proposed there was a second gunman standing on a hill to the front of the motorcade. Now, a new study could finally help put the debate to rest. New calculations based on the video recordings of the assassination indicate that the mysterious movement of the president’s head after being shot – a crucial detail in the grassy knoll theory – was the result of a recoil effect. The findings also show that the fatal bullet impact was immediately followed by a forward head snap, adding further proof that JFK was shot from behind, as the official autopsy indicated.

Terrifying security footage shows bystanders and rescuers battling for NINE minutes to save a 12-year-old boy trapped underwater by a suction line in a South Carolina lazy river

A surveillance video captured the terrifying moment rescuers battled to save a 12-year-old boy who was trapped underwater for more than nine minutes after his leg was caught in a lazy river's suction line. Incredibly, the boy survived his ordeal – thanks to a man who kept him alive by performing underwater mouth-to-mouth until emergency services arrived, ABC15 reports. The security footage shows two boys playing in the pool at the Avista Resort in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, on March 19. 

Curators at the Buffalo Museum of Science were cataloging pieces in the museum's collection when they realized and confirmed that the foot-tall egg had been mislabeled as a model.

Global users will be invited to opt in to the new changes from today, but most can also opt-in by going to 'Settings' and selecting 'Try the new Gmail'.

Miranda Lambert accused of stealing married musician Evan Felker

DailyMail.com can exclusively reveal that just months after Miranda Lambert (left), 34, split from musician Anderson East, she began a relationship with married Turnpike Trubadours frontman Evan Felker (right, and bottom inset with his estranged wife, Staci). According to a friend, Evan and his band were invited to be the opening act for Miranda's current tour Livin' Like Hippies, which began in January and runs through June. While on tour, they started a romantic relationship and Evan filed for divorce from his wife, Staci, on February 16. Staci filed her own divorce papers on February 28. Miranda was previously married to Blake Shelton (top inset with girlfriend Gwen Stefani), who she met when he was married to another woman.

The six residents, from North Korea's capital Pyongyang, were executed at the end of last year on the charge of treason for trying to leak the contents of a directory to the outside world.

Bill Clinton DID encourage Donald Trump to run for president

In Chasing Hillary: Ten Years, Two Presidential Campaigns and One Intact Glass Ceiling, author Amy Chozick paints Bill Clinton as a liability who contributed to Hillary's presidential loss to Donald Trump. The book claims that Bill 'causally encouraged' Trump to run less than a year before the 2016 presidential campaign began. Bill's meddling continued into the election campaign and Chozick claims that he was trying to subtly influence the FBI's investigation into his wife's emails when he met former Attorney General Loretta Lynch.

Conservative Supreme Court justices signaled they are likely to uphold Trump's travel ban on people from several Muslim-majority countries at a full-scale hearing on its legality.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin pictured enjoying eclipse

A photo has emerged showing Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin watching, and enjoying, the solar eclipse during his August trip to Fort Knox, despite him saying he wasn't interested (left). When Mnuchin was asked about the once-in-a-lifetime celestial spectacle, he said: 'People in Kentucky took this stuff very seriously. Being a New Yorker, I don't have any interest in watching the eclipse.' However, in the photo revealed by Think Progress , which was obtained via a FOIA request, Mnuchin and wife Louise Linton appear to be enjoying just that, donning eclipse spectacles for their viewing pleasure during the $26,000 taxpayer funded trip.

By evening, two busloads of men, women and children arrived in Tijuana, a city that grazes southern California, where an early splinter group of 50 arrived on last Wednesday.

The Islamist regime is trying to convince 50 million Iranians to switch from Telegram to locally-made app Soroush which lacks its competitor's encryption that prevents it from spying on users.

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft ripped Donald Trump's criticism of NFL player protests as being 'divisive and horrible' during a private meeting in October with owners and players.

Maeve Madden reveals how to banish the bloat for good

EXCLUSIVE: Maeve Madden from London has written a book to share the tricks that help her deal with the bloating that can turn her from toned to looking nine months pregnant within minutes. The model turned fitness blogger has battled IBS and PCOS for years and can go from looking toned (left) to appearing pregnant (right) in a matter of minutes during a bloating attack.

Morgan Sims, 33, has been charged with murder in the death of her husband Daray Vontrell Sims, 37. Her mom told 911 on Friday that Morgan had shot her husband at her McKinney home.

Bull’s-eye! Woman tells boyfriend to throw a dart over her head… but it hits her in the EYE 

This is the gruesome moment a woman told her boyfriend to throw a dart over her head but ended up taking one directly in the eye. The footage is thought to have been shot in a New York City bar between a couple who are filmed goading each other for fun. The woman is recorded goading her boyfriend as she sits directly beneath the dartboard, confidently telling him to throw the dart.

Delta staff tie MS-suffering passenger into wheelchair with blanket

Maria Saliagas, 53, traveled from Atlanta, Georgia, to Europe with her husband earlier this month. The first leg of her flight, from the US to Amsterdam, was uneventful but when she arrived in the Netherlands to get on another plane, the straps she is normally given to fasten her into her wheelchair instead of a seatbelt were unavailable. As an alternative, her son Nathan said Delta staff tied a dirty blanket that had been used by another passenger around her waist.

Jenny Espeseth was removed by force from a raucous meeting called on Tuesday by the Houston Independent School District’s board of trustees to vote on a charter school partnership.

While the results of the Boston Children's Hospital study were limited and preliminary, researchers and experts say they could signal a potential breakthrough for children with progeria.

The Corps hopes to use the aircraft in a new role escorting mission in high risk areas until next generation 'supercopters' become available. Tests have already fired a range of weapons from the craft.

Scorned wife detailed plot to kill her husband's mistress in texts

Radnor Township police in Pennsylvania said the killing of Meredith Chapman (right), 33, on Monday night was carefully 'calculated' and planned by Jennair Gerardot (far left), 47, of Wilmington, Delaware. Meredith, who was also married but recently separated, was having an extramarital affair with Jennair’s husband, 49-year-old Mark Gerardot (pictured with Jennair), and the wife found out about it.

New York Nissan driver rages and smashes brand new Subaru with a baseball bat as a woman sits angrily in the front seat

A man was filmed smashing up a brand new car with a baseball bat after an incident on the New York State Thruway last week. Video shows the man smashing the left side mirror of the blue 2018 Subaru, while its owner films and yells: 'jail, you're going to f***ing jail'. The angry batsman also smashes through the driver's side window with his wooden bat and threatens the driver of the Subaru with the weapon before returning to his car, where a frustrated looking woman is waiting. Daniel J. Bosquez, 36, was charged over the incident.

In the BBC's The Truth About Obesity, a doctor demonstrates how folding a piece of string the length of your own height in half and wrapping it around your waist can show if you have too much visceral fat.

Two brothers fell into the Androscoggin River in Auburn, Maine on Tuesday night. The nine-year-old boy was pulled from the river and is in critical condition; his five-year-old brother is still missing.

'I think he's dead': Appalling video shows police officer violently smashing suspect's face into the ground during arrest

Patrolman Ronald Williams, from the New Castle Police Department, Pennsylvania, has been placed on administrative leave after the footage of the violent arrest on Monday went viral. The video, shot by an onlooker on his cellphone, showed Perry Lowry, 49, lying on the floor, face down, as two officers restrained him. One officer is then seen grabbing the man's head and repeatedly, forcibly slamming it on the ground.

The uninhabited exclusion zone, a 30-kilometre (19-mile) radius around the former nuclear power station in Chernobyl, has seen a surge in tourists in the past few years.

Police found tape, tarp, a camera and a gun in the car of Darren Frederick Jones, who was arrested for offering to buy the underwear of pre-teen girls through notes left at bus stops in Washington.

Lindsay Lohan's mother loses her childhood home to foreclosure

Lindsay Lohan's mother Dina (together, top) has lost the actress' childhood Long Island home to foreclosure after fighting off the bank for years. Lindsay had previously tried to stave off the bank, giving her mom $40,000, in October 2012 but her mother is now in arrears to the tune of $1.5million as of December 12. According to court documents (right), a New York judge has ordered the home go up for auction in the next 90 days.

'You may shut the f*** up': Shocking video shows a Port Authority commissioner and ex-Clinton aide flashing her golden badge during a traffic stop and telling cops they had 'ruined her holiday' by pulling her daughter's friend over

A New Jersey police department has released a video showing a former commissioner of a powerful government agency trying to use her position to threaten officers who pulled over her daughter’s friend during a traffic stop on Easter weekend. The remarkable video released by the Tenafly Police Department shows Caren Z. Turner, 60, a Democratic Party lobbyist, flash her badge and boast of her connections to the chief of police and the local mayor while berating two officers who pulled over a car whose Nevada registration had expired. The car was driven by a male friend of her daughter, who was a passenger in the back seat.

The victim, in her 40s, met Anwar Hassani and Fardi Hesari, both 18, in the early hours of Boxing Day last year, and followed them back to their accommodation (pictured) in Ljungby, Sweden.

First-time American mom in denial about pregnancy gives birth alone in Turkish hotel room

Tia Freeman from Nashville, Tennessee gave birth to a healthy baby boy seven weeks ago. The 22-year-old learned she was expecting in her last trimester and was then in denial about her pregnancy. She went into labor on a flight to Turkey and made it to her hotel before giving birth in the bath tub. She delivered the child and cut the umbilical cord herself before falling asleep. The next day, she went to the airport to ask about how she should get the baby home. Local officials investigated her and determined she wasn't trafficking the child before referring her to the US Consulate, which issued a birth certificate and passport. Tia shared the surprising story on Twitter, explaining that her family didn't even known until she called from Istanbul with the news.

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Denver home hosts wild sex parties complete with tacos and queso

Neighbors in the upscale Denver neighborhood say they are worried that children will be exposed to the parties, which host dozens of guests at a time, and they can hear what is going on inside the house. Online adverts (right) reveal the house is referred to as the Thunderstorm Play Palace and offers guests 7,500sq ft of space complete with two 'private play rooms', one 'open play room', and six bathrooms for their activities. Also provided is alcohol and a full menu, including pulled pork tacos, queso, ham and cheese sliders and a chocolate fountain.

A snap of a 'no touching' sign attached to a child's car seat sparked debate after it was shared on a US Facebook page for mothers. Some said it was a good way to ward off germs - others disagreed.

A 2017 survey found that six percent of teens had engaged in 'digital self-harm', which involves creating anonymous social media accounts to post mean comments about oneself.

The pontiff, in an impassioned speech in St Peter's Square in Rome, urged Christians to 'drive out evil' and emphasised the importance of baptism in order to exorcise demons.

Joel Singletary scored the staggering catch while fishing in the Choctawhatchee River on April 11. The current state record comes in at just 70lbs, making Singletary's catch 1.7 times larger.

Maine sheriff's deputy, 61, is shot dead by suspect, 29, who then stole his patrol car, robbed a convenience store and is STILL on the run

Thirteen-year veteran Corporal Eugene Cole, (inset) 61,was shot dead at 1.14am in Norridgewock, allegedly by 29-year-old John Williams (seen left in an old mugshot and right, moments before allegedly shooting the police officer when he emerged from the store at 1.41am). He was killed on U.S. Route 2 in Norridgewock about 60 miles west of Bangor. Initially, it was reported that Cole was responding to a robbery at a Cumberland Farm's store. Somerset County Sheriff however believes Williams went to the store after shooting dead the officer then robbed it.

Danish inventor Peter Madsen has been found guilty of the murder of Swedish journalist Kim Wall onboard his home-made submarine in Copenhagen last year, and sentenced to life in prison.

Honorees Hoda Kotb and Savannah Guthrie could be seen celebrating alongside fellow host Al Roker, Today's executive producer Libby Leist and NBC News president Noah Oppenheim.

The only wild population of endangered red wolves is unsustainable and could be wiped out within a decade after dwindling to a few dozen, government officials said in a report Tuesday.

He must driving a pickup truck! Man throws trash back at inconsiderate motorist who has chucked it out of his window in dramatic video

The amazing footage was shot in the resort town of Kuznica which is near the Polish border with Belarus. The driver of the truck jumped down after spotting the litterbugs throwing rubbish out of the window of their Transit van minibus. Local police said the litterbugs could face fines of up to £100. Police spokesman Tomasz Krupa said: 'Unfortunately, we see this kind of thoughtlessness on our roads all the time. As we saw in this video, it can often be something vile to other motorists. The man's intervention is appreciated.'

There are only 1,500 people left in the Bora tribe which occupy the Amazon of Peru and Colombia. Researchers from the University of Geroble Alpes studied 169 messages sent by five expert drummers.

A father in Houston turned his son in to police after the teen told him over FaceTime that he broke into 250 cars, including a Houston police officer's civilian car, and took the service revolver.  

'I love you, safe travels': Husband of tragic Southwest Airlines passenger reveals what their last words were to each other before she died being sucked out of smashed window at 32,500ft

The husband of the Southwest Airlines passenger sucked out of a plane window (center) mid-flight has spoken for the first time of the heartbreaking moment he learned she was dead. Bank executive Jennifer Riordan (right with her family), 43, was fatally injured when one of the plane's twin engines exploded at 32,000 feet, forcing the pilot to land in Philadelphia. Now her husband Michael (left) has told of the devastating phone call he received telling him his wife was dead in an emotional interview. 'I just dropped the phone,' he said.

However, the Washington State University researchers warned long-term use of cannabis could worsen symptoms of depression. They analysed data from almost 12,000 volunteers.

Woman have taken to the streets without the mandatory hijab after a video surfaced of female officers from Iran's morality officers assaulting a young woman whose scarf only loosely covered her hair.

Beloved grandmother, Dorothy Sewell (right), 80, and chef Chul Min 'Eddie' Kang (left), have been identified as victims in the Toronto van attack. Munair Abdu Habib al-Najjar was also identified as a victim.

While many wince at bars with more than 70 percent cacao, the team at Loma Linda University in California found such a high concentration helps boost the brain and heart by reducing inflammation.

The Madison Local School District board voted to allow employees to 'defend and protect students'. In 2016 two students were shot at Madison Junior-Senior High School

Uploaders have dodged the platform's AI filters and human moderators by only using graphic content in preview 'thumbnail' images that appear in global search results.

Kevin Esterly, 45, waived the hearing Tuesday and now awaits trial on charges including custodial interference. Esterly and 16-year-old Amy Yu were found in Mexico on March 17.

Amazon released its first Echo device for kids. Called the Echo Dot Kids Edition, it comes in three new colors, includes parental controls and is packed with a slew of child-friendly content.

Mom transforms her body thanks to at-home workouts

Mom-of-two Sandra Nishiyama, 43, from Los Angeles, California has revealed how she has transformed her body and looks better now than she did in her twenties by working out at home. Sandra gained 65 pounds during her first pregnancy and saw her weight rise to 185 pounds, which made her feel anxious and depressed. However, she decided to overhaul her diet and started exercising at home, doing workouts in her living room while her baby slept and now a happy and healthy 115 pounds, she has never felt younger.

Researchers from the University of Exeter found that taking proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) for at least a year is significantly linked to people developing the lung condition.

The monarch's handbag designer, Launer, has given its bestsellers a modern twist, letting shoppers order them in a range of eye-popping colour combinations for the first time.

Graphics specialist Nvidia, based in Santa Clara, California trained its neural network using a variety of irregular shaped holes in images to determine what was missing from each and fill in the gaps.

Gunner's Mate 2nd Class Aaron Booker, 31, was arrested in Illinois on Tuesday for allegedly stealing 20 hand grenades off a San Diego-based Navy destroyer.

The twin sisters Alena and Sasha Parker, 37, who moved to the UK from Belarus starred in a number of porn films as they studied law in London before they moved to Dubai where they face jail

There has been outrage after the Hip-Hop/Urban prize was handed to German rap duo Kollegah and Farid Bang, who in a song say their bodies are 'more defined than Auschwitz prisoners'.

'Customer needs assistance...I'm the customer': Walmart shopper gets fed up with waiting for help and hilariously grabs the intercom to demand it

Forrest Hunter, of Lawrenceburg, stopped by his area Walmart on Friday to pick up a hunting license but there was no employee in the sporting goods section to help him. Hunter waited around for a bit, but took things into his own hands when a Walmart worker still hadn't shown up after a few minutes. In a video posted to Hunter's Facebook, the man is hilariously seen grabbing a store phone, dialing the intercom and asking for assistance over the loud speaker.

Naomi R, 22, who is not sharing her last name for fear of repercussions, said she was transporting a passenger in the middle of the night on April 15 and while they were in the car, he exposed his penis.

Kevin Curtis, 57, was given his father ashes by his sister in Florida. Robert Clinton Curtis Sr. died five years ago in Brookville, Florida. Kevin kept his father's ashes in his car glove compartment.

This is the dramatic moment a police officer captured a fleeing suspect in South Africa by shooting out the wheels of his red getaway car and forcing the criminal to surrender.

Meghan Wright, a PhD student at the University of Toronto in Canada, has claimed female scientists who post 'pretty selfies' are destroying the chances of getting equal pay for all women.

Orange County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested David Anthony Kirk, 20, and Jack Ryan Smith, 26, for allegedly raping a woman near the campus of the University of Central Florida on Friday.

New Mexico couple travel America in a $33,000 converted school bus

Brandon and Ashley Trebitowski, both 32, have been living in the bus with their children Cayden, nine, Jackson, six, and four-year-old Rhea for nearly two years. The couple have been homeschooling their children about four days a week as they've traveled through the likes of California, Arizona, Washington, Idaho, Colorado, Canada, and more. The couple bought the bus for $4,000 and gave it extensive renovations, including a shower, wood-burning stove, and bunk beds for the kids.

Tamsin Lawson said she had begun to resent her husband Nick, because his loud snoring was constantly keeping her awake at night. They told ITV's Lorraine they now sleep separately.

'Wayaland' - a new town to be built on a yet-to-be-determined location - will comprise bouyant so-called 'Waya modules', with the aim of being ready for its first residents to move in 2022.

A new study by researchers from Dartmouth College has revealed weapons made from human bones were stronger than animal bones - and were also a symbol of prestige and inheritance.

Brooke Wilson, 23, from Michigan, nearly died after contracting toxic shock syndrome from a tampon after doctors initially dismissed her flu-like symptoms as signs of strep throat.

Google and Facebook are following in the footsteps of other tech giants by changing their pistol emojis into a toy water gun. Google said the new emoji would appear in a new Android update.

Engineer is sliced to death by a helicopter blade while carrying out recovery mission at the site of another crashed chopper in Colombia

This is the shocking moment a helicopter flips over and slices a man to death during a recovery mission of another broken down chopper in Colombia's southwestern Cauca District. With the first helicopter carrying valuable equipment, another mission was sent out to retrieve it. Video shows two technicians standing next to the remains of the downed helicopter, waving their hands to direct the rescuing chopper safely to the ground, when suddenly it flips over, killing one of the men.

This is the moment a monkey cruelly dressed as a creepy blonde doll is chained to the side of the road and forced to perform in Bogor, Indonesia, on April 23.

Bavaria's government said the crosses should not be seen as religious symbols, but are meant to reflect the southern German state's 'cultural identity and Christian-western influence'.

Progress Party, part of Norway's ruling coalition, will vote on adopting a ban as official policy, with its immigration spokesman backing it saying he 'doesn't give a toss' about human rights issues.

Finland became the first in Europe to trial such a scheme, with 2,000 people between the ages of 25 and 58 receiving 560 Euros ($8,000) a month for two years from January 1, last year.

Russ Foxx, from Vancouver, British Columbia, has had over 100 modifications applied to his body - from electrical key fobs fitted in his hand, to silicone horns implanted into his head.

Dutch kickboxers brutally beat waiters who ask them not to drink their own booze at restaurant in Prague in vicious attack caught on CCTV

This is the shocking moment Dutch kickboxers on a holiday in Prague beat up some restaurant waiters knocking one of them out cold after they were told they could not drink their own alcohol. The incident, which was captured on CCTV happened outside the Polpo restaurant in the city centre. One of the waiters suffered a broken eye socket and a broken jaw and was left unconscious.

The mother, identified as Tara, detailed the procedure in an honest essay, explaining that she and her husband had a son and a daughter before she was pregnant for the third time (stock picture).

Scientists from around the world used Chilean telescopes to spot, observe and predict the creation of the biggest structure in the universe 12.4 billion light years away.

Inside the California 'whale house' you can rent for $625 per night 

This is the bizarre holiday home that has been dubbed the 'whale house' thanks to its grey shale exterior and colourful rooms. Built in 1978, the house in Mission Canyon, Santa Barbara, has been described by a holiday rental company as one of the most 'mind boggling homes in America'. And now holidaymakers are being given the chance to rent out the the quirky property with prices starting from $625 (£450) per night.

The 'Greatest Royal Rumble' which is being held in the city of Jeddah will see 50 male wrestlers but no women, who will only be allowed to attend if accompanied by a male relative.

Retired NFL quarterback Michael Vick is pursuing a coaching career and will serve as an offensive coordinator for the Atlanta franchise in the new Alliance of American Football league.

The nine-tonne shipment was discovered in the port of Algeciras, Spain over the weekend. It is estimated the drugs have a street value of more than £437 million - and they were destined for the UK.

The Baribe-style doll, set to be released for sale in Brazil, comes complete with a skimpy swimsuit and has a bottom which in real life would be 40ins round.

Not plane sailing: Sandstorm engulfs passenger jet as it lands in Saudi Arabia and disappears into darkness

These are the incredible scenes as a Saudi passenger jet landed ahead of a massive sand storm which had engulfed the furthest end of the runway in Jazan Airport in the south of the country. The footage, which was shot out of the cockpit, shows the jet being buffeted by wind as it approached the runway.

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Wizard of Oz-inspired theme park is set to reopen to the public

North Carolina's Land of Oz theme park is set to reopen for a few days in June. The park opened in the 1970s, but was forced to close in 1980 after a fire and low attendance rates. The park, located atop Beech Mountain, does not have any rides. Instead, guests are guided through a recreation of Oz with actors portraying some of the characters. Guests are also chosen to dress up as characters from the movie and act out scenes. Main image: The park in 2016. Left inset: the park in the 1970s. Right inset: The park in 2017.

A cheeky entry has taken home the top prize at a state photography competition this week. Gold Coast photographer Sheryn Ellis said it was a risk entering the racy image.

A fisherman has landed an extraordinary catch in Lake Mulwala, three hours north of Melbourne, reeling in a huge cod with another fully grown cod in its mouth.

2,300lbs black rhino at Chicago zoo is given a CT scan

Layla, a seven and a half-year-old eastern black rhino at Brookfield Zoo, in Chicago, underwent a CT scan last week in what is believed to be the first procedure of its kind on her species. Keepers had to anesthetize Layla, who weighs 2,300lbs, before placing her on a specially constructed platform, then using a front-loader to slide her into a bespoke scanner. The images revealed an abnormal growth attached to one of Layla's molars which was causing her breathing problems and must be removed.

   

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Groomsman flips dirt buggy in the back of the happy couple's photos

A groomsman at a wedding in Australia has ensured his role won't be forgotten after flipping a dirt buggy behind the newlyweds during their photoshoot. Madeline and Josh Tattersall asked their best mate Matt Farmer to use the buggy to whip up some dust at their Warwick nuptials to add atmosphere in the background of their wedding portraits. Not shirking his groomsman duties, Matt stepped up and gave it his best shot, however, he rolled the buggy directly behind the happy couple as the snaps were being taken.

A young boy was held outside a window of a moving car for two minutes as he urinated on a road amid heavy traffic in China. Local police said such behaviour had posed danger to the public.

The latest trend to take over China's social media is 'The Seaweed Dance', where people are filmed dancing to the song 'Seaweed Dance' and imitating the humorous choreography in the MV.

Don't skip this! Chinese student jumps 120 ROPES simultaneously as his schoolmates swing them in unison

More than 240 middle school students in Chongqing, a city in south-west China, participated in a massive rope-skipping session, swinging 120 ropes at the same time over a student for a total of 158 jumps. However, some Chinese net users are not convinced of how difficult the sport is.

   

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