Four hecklers were filmed yelling at Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell at a Louisville restaurant as he was dining with his wife - with one of them shouting 'Why don't you get out of here? Why don't you leave the entire country?' The incident took place on Friday night at Havana Rumba, where four men were seen confronting the Kentucky Republican while he was having dinner with his wife, Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao.
'We're not going to let them go out and do weapons while we're not allowed to': Trump pulls the US out of landmark missile treaty with Russia because Moscow has 'violated the agreement'
President Donald Trump confirmed Saturday that the United States plans to leave a landmark nuclear weapons treaty with Russia over claims Moscow has violated the deal. The three-decade-old Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, known as the INF, was signed in 1987 by president Ronald Reagan. 'We're the ones who have stayed in the agreement and we've honored the agreement, but Russia has not unfortunately honored the agreement, so we're going to terminate the agreement and we're going to pull out,' Trump told reporters in Elko, Nevada.
'We're close to finding the body': Turkey scours forest for remains of murdered Saudi journalist as new CCTV footage emerges
As forensic teams continued to scour a forest outside Istanbul, officials suggested that the body of 59-year-old Jamal Khashoggi (left) may have been buried with the help of ‘Turkish collaborators’ with links to the criminal underworld. One Turkish official said: ‘We’ll find out what happened to the body before long.’ Footage has emerged (top right) of the journalist and his fiancee together just hours before his death, while the vans that left the consulate – and which may have contained Mr Khashoggi's body – tried to avoid being tracked (bottom right).
Meghan's father: 'When I heard her baby news on the radio, the first thing I thought about was holding her in my arms as a newborn'
In his first interview since the pregnancy was announced, Mr Markle, 74, (pictured top inset with Caroline Graham) discusses how he felt upon hearing the news on the radio. Speaking exclusively to The Mail on Sunday, he said his first thought was about holding newborn Meghan in his arms in Canoga Park Hospital in 1981 (right). Meghan's mother Doria was included in the official statement while her father was left to find out along with the rest of the world.
'Our father's health can't bear this isolation': Meghan's sister Samantha pleads in letter for a reconciliation
Meghan Markle's half-sister Samantha (pictured inset with Meghan) has revealed the contents of the letter she hand-delivered to Kensington Palace in early October (pictured left). She admitted that she begs the Duchess of Sussex to reconcile with their ailing father 'before it's too late', citing the fact that he had two heart attacks and is living in 'isolation'. Mr Markle has not met Prince Harry and was not present for his daughter's wedding. The royal couple are currently in touring Australia, where Meghan visited Macarthur Girls High School in Sydney (pictured right).
'My birth certificate says I'm female': Trans cyclist defends her world championship win after 3rd place competitor lashed out and said 'it's definitely NOT fair'
The trans woman UCI Masters Track World Championship cycling gold medalist is defending her win against criticism that it's unfair for her to have competed against cisgender females. Rachel McKinnon, 36 (far right), an assistant professor of philosophy at the College of Charleston in South Carolina, scooped up the top prize during the October 14 race, besting cis females Carolien van Herrikhuyzen (left in group picture) and Jen Wagner-Assali (right in group picture), who took silver and bronze, respectively. The day after McKinnon's win, Wagner-Assali stirred up controversy when she replied to a tweet about the race with her own tweet suggesting that McKinnon was not deserving of winning the 35-44 age bracket. 'I was the 3rd place rider. It's definitely NOT fair,' Wagner-Assali tweeted October 15. Since then, McKinnon has taken to Twitter to defend the validity of her win, while being targeted by trolls and other who believe that she has no business competing against women since she was assigned male at birth.
'Chuck & Nancy, call me!' Trump blames 'obstructionist' Democrats for Honduras caravan fiasco and says if they 'come together, we could agree to new immigration laws in less than one hour', as migrants are pictured bathing at Mexican border
President Donald Trump took to his Twitter on Saturday morning to blast Democrats for not working to get proper immigration laws, which he claimed could be finalized in an hour. He said: 'Look at the needless pain and suffering that they are causing. Look at the horrors taking place on the Border. Chuck & Nancy, call me!' (inset) On Friday, members of the caravan of more than 4,000 migrants had burst through a Guatemalan border fence and rushed onto the bridge over the Suchiate River, but many spent the night hungry and forced to bathe in the river.
Mega Millions mania: Players console themselves with hilarious memes as jackpot soars to an enormous $1.6BILLION after no one took home Friday's prize
The United States is caught up in meme mania after the Mega Millions jackpot reached a world record-breaking $1.6billion Friday. Images across the Internet poked fun at the new amount after nobody won the estimated $1billion prize that had ballooned from $868million Wednesday morning. Many social media users linked the new amount to the memorable scene from Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery, where one of Mike Myers's characters Dr. Evil, demanded $1million ransom money before changing it to $100billion.
How sex addict Eric Clapton used voodoo to steal best friend George Harrison's girl: Rock's toxic love triangle revealed in PHILIP NORMAN's hair-raising new biography
The song was Layla, and its effect was overwhelming. Listening to it provoked awe that ‘the most powerful, moving song I had ever heard’ should have been written about her, Pattie now recalls, although she was concerned that it would be instantly decoded, not only by her husband, family and friends but by the tens of thousands of strangers who would buy the album it featured on. But, she says: ‘The song got the better of me. I could resist no longer.’ And so, step by step, Pattie surrendered, caught between the rival attentions of Eric and George in music’s best-known love triangle. She also became the rock world’s most famous muse, not only the inspiration for Layla but for Clapton’s other great hit, Wonderful Tonight, and Harrison’s Something.
'I'm just an innocent bystander': Woman who dumped her friend's toddler on stranger's doorstep blames the boy's own MOM for giving her bad directions and says she only ran away because it was 'chilly' outside
Keairra Woods (main) faces felony child endangerment charges after leaving two-year-old Royal Prince Simmons (top right) in front of a home in Spring, Texas on Wednesday night and running away. Now, Woods blames the boy's mother (inset bottom left) for giving her bad directions to the home of the father (bottom right), calling herself an 'innocent bystander' in the incident that outraged the nation after police released doorbell video. 'At the end of the day, y'all trying to blame me, but it was really the mother's fault. I'm just an innocent bystander,' she said in an interview on Friday.
Harry and Meghan's touching moment: Adoring duchess's look of love as the prince holds her hand Invictus Games opening ceremony where he shared their 'personal joy' at her pregnancy
The Duke of Sussex shared his 'personal joy' at soon becoming a father and hailed the 'Invictus family' as a symbol of strength, honour and optimism as he opened the competition in front of crowds of adoring fans today. Prince Harry and Meghan, wearing a Stella McCartney dress and a coat by Gillian Anderson for Winser London (pictured left and centre together), watched as artists (Laura Wright bottom right) and dancers (bottom left) took to the stage at Sydney Opera House during the glittering opening ceremony. A band with bagpipes performed a rendition of You're the Voice by John Farnham, hailed as Australia's unofficial national anthem, as competitors filed into the iconic venue. The royal couple were greeted by crowds of adoring fans before Harry took to the stage (right) to praise the 'selfless duty' of the athletes taking part in the contest. Some 500 competitors and more than 1,000 of their friends and relatives gathered to watch the Invictus Games, which Harry launched in 2014.
Shocking video shows savage Florida cop repeatedly punching 14-year-old girl and pinning her to the ground with his knee after she 'back talked him'
A Coral Springs cop in Florida was caught on video pinning a 14-year-old girl on the ground with his knee and punching her three times in the rib cage. Police Department defended the officer saying he acted within policy and they will not launch an investigation. The horrific video has gone viral showing the helpless girl lying face down in the grass with two officers on her. Cops reported to Coral Square Mall after receiving a complaint about 30 unruly teens on Thursday. After escorting away the group, they were called back an hour later and arrested the girl in the video and another male. The girl's mother is distraught following the incident saying: 'He went completely overboard'.
Florida Panhandle still reeling from the devastating effects of Hurricane Michael one week on, as more than 100,000 homes and businesses are still without power
Florida is still feeling the consequences on a devastating hurricane which ravaged parts of the country over a week ago. Over 100,000 Florida homeowners and businesses are still without power more than a week after Hurricane Michael smashed into the Florida Panhandle on a path of destruction that led all the way to the Georgia border. While more than half the outages are in Bay County, where the storm came in between coastal Mexico Beach and Panama City, rural counties had a greater percentage of people without power eight days after the storm.
Shaken not slept: Daniel Craig is pictured looking exhausted six weeks after the birth of his daughter
Daniel Craig's new daughter (inset top with her father) has succeeded where countless Bond villains have failed, leaving the star distinctly shaken AND stirred. The actor was spotted at New York's JFK airport (left, right and inset top) last week lovingly cradling her to his chest. But if his exhausted stare is anything to go by, being a doting dad is proving to be even tougher than saving the world from Spectre.
Ivanka is mercilessly roasted on Twitter for incorrectly attributing motivational quote to ancient philosopher Socrates
Ivanka Trump was mercilessly ridiculed online for incorrectly attributing a motivational quote to the ancient Greek Philosopher Socrates. In a swiftly deleted tweet, the president's daughter and senior White House adviser, 36, posted a quote she attributed to the ancient Greek philosopher Socrates. 'The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new,' Trump tweeted, citing Socrates. However it turned out the quote Ivanka used was from a different Socrates - a fictional gas character from a book by American gymnast Dan Millman. And eagle-eyed Twitter users pulled no punches when it came to correcting Ivanka, posting a series of hilarious comments and memes.
'It's awful': Rumer Willis discusses painful tattoo removal after showcasing the faded ink at Beverly Hills amfAR Gala
Rumer Willis has opened up about her decision to remove some of her tattoos. The 30-year-old detailed the 'awful' process, which she undertook to signify a new chapter in her life, at the AmfAR Gala in Beverly Hills on Thursday, revealing that she's having multiple tattoos removed including a the large lion inking on her left shoulder. The eldest daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore said: 'It's awful, it's awful. I'm very lucky that a lot of my big ones were super light - but when people said that it hurt, I just had no idea,
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Breast cancer survivor who underwent double mastectomy in 2015 hangs 'No Breastfeeding Zone' sign above her hospital bed after giving birth to her daughter
Meghan Koziel, a Pittsburgh resident, requested that she be allowed to post a 'No Breastfeeding Zone' (left) sign over her bed before giving birth to daughter Kendra Jane Koziel, on September 15. Koziel had undergone a double mastectomy in 2015 when she was just 26. She wanted to inform the nurses that her daughter would be fed solely with formula (inset).
Two can play at that game: Queen enjoys day out at the horse races while Duke of Edinburgh takes the horse and carriage for a gallop through Windsor Great Park
The Queen (left) dressed in a flattering blue ensemble was seen arriving at the sunny Ascot Racehorse in Berkshire today to watch the events unfold for the QIPCO British Champions Day. She later presented the prize in the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes. As the Queen enjoyed her day at the grand sporting event the Duke of Edinburgh was spotted taking his horses for a stroll through Windsor Great Park (inset). Other stars in attendance included Made in Chelsea star and Queen of the Jungle Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo (centre) as well as TV presenter Carol Vorderman (right) who wore a slick cream leather jacket and pencil skirt.
German royal Duchess Sophie Württemberg looks head over heels as she kisses her new husband French Count Maximilien d'Andigné at their castle wedding
German Duchess Sophie of Württemberg married French aristocrat Count Maximilien d'Andigné at the German Castle of Tegernsee today. After the ceremony the happy couple were brimming with joy as they kissed outside the Saint-Quirin church. Duchess Sophie is the grandchild of Diane, Duchess of Württemberg, daughter of the Orléanist claimant to the French throne, Prince Henri, Count of Paris. Maximilien is a Vice President of price risk management firm Mitsui Bussan Commodities ltd.
Now that's parallel parking! Incredible footage shows two passenger planes land side by side just meters apart at San Francisco International Airport
Incredible footage shows two planes landing side by side in perfect symmetry at San Francisco Airport.The video shows a United Airlines 747 passenger jet and a smaller American Eagle Aircraft approach the runway from the same direction. The two plans then land in perfect symmetry with the smaller plane just slightly in front as they land on the runway strip which rungs alongside San Francisco Bay. San Francisco Airport is famous for its parallel runways which on occasion have two planes landing in sync. While they look as if they could be just feet apart, The runways are about 750 feet apart and the long camera lens compresses the distance.
Conquering the Atlanic: How seafarers from the days of Columbus to modern cargo ships have braved mother nature at her most awesome
A new book explores the history of mankind's attempts to cross the Atlantic Ocean from the dangerous voyages of Columbus to the difficulties modern day cargo ships encounter. Written by highly experienced mariner and journalist Dag Pike, it explores mankind's early efforts to master sailing over the waters right up to more recent days and the challenge of crossing in a record-breaking time. Mr Pike first went to sea aged 16 and has twice been shipwrecked and claims to be the 'most rescued person in the world' during numerous powerboat races, including the Virgin Atlantic Challenger powerboat trips in both 1985, when it sank, and 1986, when it set a new record for speed.
Proving who is really king of the jungle: Lioness KILLS the father of her three cubs at the Indianapolis Zoo by holding him by the neck until he stopped moving
Ten-year-old African lion Nyack died on Monday morning at the Indianapolis Zoo after he was fatally attacked by lioness Zuri, with whom he had three cubs in 2015. He got into a physical confrontation with female lion Zuri and zoo staff reported hearing 'an unusual amount of roaring' at the lion's outdoor yard early Monday morning before the zoo opened to the public. Zoo keepers tried to separate the two but Zury held Nyack by his neck until he stopped moving. A zoo veterinary staff said Nyack died of suffocation according to the necropsy. Nyack and Zuri were housed together for eight years at the zoo and according to staff logs there were no previous signs of aggression.
Jamiroquai singer Jay Kay clears some space in his garage by putting almost $1million worth of supercars under the hammer
Jamiroquai lead singer Jay Kay is selling some of his favourite supercars to make room in his garage. Among the items going under the hammer is his McLaren 675 LT which is worth almost £300,000. Also up for sale is his Bullitt replica 1967 Ford Mustang 390 GT Fastback; a1996 BMW 850CSi; a Porsche 911 Targa 4S; a 1979 Mercedes 300SL; a 1996 Volvo 850R and a 1989 BMW E30 M3.
How you could soon give the eulogy at your own funeral... with hologram technology that brought Roy Orbison 'back to life'
Florida businessman Carl Minardo is charging people between £15,000 and £38,000 to record 3D hologram videos so they can deliver their own eulogy at their funeral service beyond the grave. The technology has been used to create a hologram of Roy Orbison allowing fans to see him perform his greatest hits.
Queen Letizia of Spain cuts a smart figure in blue shirt and pinstriped trousers as she and the King visit a village of 101 people honored with 'Spain's Nobel Prize'
The 46-year-old Queen wore a light blue shirt with high-waisted pinstriped trousers as the royal couple greeted locals in Mual on Saturday, after arriving in a navy blue coat. Finishing off her look with a pair of comfortable Oxford shoes with a low heel, she posed for selfies with Mual residents and spoke to local children as the village celebrated its success. The village in north-west Spain was named an 'exemplary community' in the annual Princess of Asturias Awards, named after the couple's 12-year-old daughter Leonor who is the heir to the throne.
Boy, 3, coats the living room carpet, walls and a new sofa with PAINT after being left alone for five minutes
Admin assistant Faye Comber, 25, from Scotland, left her son Olly watching TV for just a few minutes while she got changed upstairs before meeting friends. Faye and fiancé Paul Nelson, who also have eight-month-old son Rory (pictured inset), had just put the finishing touches to their new living room which cost them $5,000. Olly covered the room in paint and managed to damage $1,500 worth of carpet.
Did sick music video portraying 1999 Columbine killers inspire Crimean school shooter who left 20 dead before turning gun on himself?
Images from CCTV allegedly show Vladislav Roslyakov (pictured left) wearing a similar outfit to the portrayal of Eric Harris (pictured right) in a video inspired by the 1999 Columbine High School massacre in the US. Roslyakov wore a white T-shirt with black writing, black tight trousers with his hair combed back and a gun slung over his shoulders. The video features the anti-gun song Pumped Up Kicks by Foster The People, and although it is not the band's official music video, the song was inspired by school shootings.
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