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Unidentified remains wash up in the Alaskan wilderness

Scientists are dealing with a deep-sea mystery after the remains of an unidentified creature washed up on a remote beach. A wilderness guide made the bizarre d... read more

Michigan puppy freaks out at his new food bowl

Ace the dog, from Michigan, was filmed barking and jumping back from the bowl Footage shows Ace hilariously torn between wanting food and fearing the object Own... read more

Convicted killer shown walking to and from attack

Brutal: Attacker Robbie McIntosh A convicted killer was filmed calmly walking home just moments after battering a grandmother with a dumbbell as she begged for ... read more

Bristol man who illegally streamed Sky Sports fined

A football fan who illegally streamed Sky Sports online has been made to pay back £16,000. Yusuf Mohammed, from Bristol was ordered to pay damages to Sky, give... read more

Manchester driver hits horse and rider ‘then drives off’

Rider landed heavily in road in Chesterfield, Greater Manchester, as horse bolted Motorist had been trying to overtake parked car and horse at same time But dri... read more

Gigi Hadid rocks fur-lined leather jacket in New York City

Supermodel Gigi Hadid often wears her back in ponytails. But on Thursday the 22-year-old Vogue cover girl let her blonde curly locks fly free as she was spotted... read more

‘Sugar daddy, sugar mama’ dating advert sparks outrage 

Mayor of Paris’ office has called the posters ‘shameful’ and wants them removed The deputy mayor said she hoped charges for pimping are presse... read more

Jon Snow filmed hacking chain off a child’s bike

The 70-year-old cycling advocate wielded the giant bolt cutters on the street He hacked off the chain to a child’s bike that was blocking his own at ITN s... read more

Data analytics firm tied to Trump reached out to Wikileaks

Emails establish a link between a data firm linked to the campaign of President Donald Trump and WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in a plea for Hillary Clinton&... read more

Mazda wows in Tokyo with a pair of stunning concepts

Mazda has indicated its intention to broaden the marque’s appeal with the reveal of an Aston Martin-opposing GT sports car at the Tokyo Motor Show. Developing... read more

Silk could repair damaged spinal cords, scientists claim

Silk could help repair damaged spinal cords by producing material which acts as a ‘scaffold’, scientists claim. A team of British researchers found ... read more

Comet from another solar system may have just passed Earth

While comets regularly fly through our solar system, scientists believe they may have spotted a comet from another solar system passing by Earth for the first t... read more

Baking powder removes pesticides from fruit and vegetables

Baking powder removes up to 96 percent of pesticides from fruit and vegetables, new research reveals. When mixed with water and gently rubbed on apple skins, th... read more

Georgia teens are arrested for terror plot against school

Two students have been accused of planning to blow up their high school with a homemade bomb. Alfred Dupree and Victoria McCurley, both 17, have been charged as... read more

The EU is drawing up plans for no deal Brexit

Brussels is drawing up plans to prepare for Britain crashing out of the EU without a deal, a senior adviser to Michel Barnier today warned. Stefaan De Rynck sai... read more

iPhone apps can silently turn on your front or back camera

Cyber criminals can use iPhone apps to secretly turn on your front or back camera at any time, a security expert has warned. Google engineer Felix Krause was ab... read more

Student found with Anarchist Cookbook cleared of terrorism

University student Joshua Walker, who had a copy of The Anarchist Cookbook in a drawer under his mattress, has been cleared of a terrorism offence A university ... read more

Working mothers are LESS LIKELY to have obese children

Working women are less likely to have obese children – but only if they are in the office for under 24 hours a week, new research suggests. Yet, youngster... read more

Last words of grandmother: ‘Where’s the ambulance?’

A 68-year-old grandmother died after waiting an hour for paramedics and her last words were ‘where’s the ambulance?’, her family said today. P... read more

Car plows into packed Maryland bar injuring 10

At least 10 people were injured Tuesday afternoon when a car barreled through the front of a restaurant in Maryland.  Customers at the Babes and Boys Tavern at... read more

Wife of sergeant accused of trying to kill her speaks

The wife of an Army sergeant accused of attempting to murder her by sabotaging her parachute said today ‘everything went black’ as she plunged to ea... read more

Cataract surgery cuts a woman’s risk of early death by 60%

Women who have surgery to treat cataracts are 60 percent less likely to suffer an early death, a study has found. The study’s researchers from the Univers... read more

Man arrested after nephew worked as his designated driver

Genoro Lopez, 29, was arrested Sunday after his 11-year-old nephew worked as his designated driver when he was intoxicated A California man who was ‘drunk... read more

Trump piles in on Clinton’s growing Russia scandal

On Twitter Thursday, President Trump continued to stoke the Clinton-Russia connection, retweeting a four-day-old tweet from Sean Hannity that drew attention to ... read more