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A pickup truck has plowed into pro-choice protesters in Iowa as demonstrations turned violent after the Supreme Court's Roe v Wade ruling. The black vehicle drove through the group of activists (left) despite them screaming at it to stop and hammering the window in Cedar Rapids. One appeared to get caught in front of it and narrowly avoided being run over before the driver sped off during the terrifying exchange on Friday night. It comes as tens of thousands descended on streets across the US amid mixed reactions at the Supreme Court tearing up Roe v Wade and handing the rights to abortions back to states after nearly 50 years. Furious demonstrators took to the streets in cities such as Washington DC (top right), Atlanta, New York City, and Seattle as they begged the Biden administration to find a way to overrule the decision. In Virginia, protesters sang and chanted outside the home of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas on Friday night (bottom right), after he revealed he now has laws protecting gay marriage, gay sexual activity and contraception in his sights, after axing Roe v. Wade.

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U.S. Senators Susan Collins (left) and Joe Manchin (right) had voted to confirm the justices despite fears that they would overturn Roe V. Wade, with the senators saying at the time that they trusted Brett Kavanaugh (top inset) and Neil Gorsuch (bottom inset) to uphold the law. Now Collins, a Republican, and Manchin, a Democrat, are accusing the justices of misleading them as they criticized the court's 6-3 ruling to end women's federal right to an abortion. 'This decision is inconsistent with what Justices Gorsuch and Kavanaugh said in their testimony and their meetings with me, where they both were insistent on the importance of supporting long-standing precedents that the country has relied upon,' Collins said in a statement. Manchin echoed the outrage, saying: 'I trusted Justice Gorsuch and Justice Kavanaugh when they testified under oath that they also believed Roe v. Wade was settled legal precedent and I am alarmed they chose to reject the stability the ruling has provided for two generations of Americans.'

Some liberal journalists blamed the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's failure to step as partly to blame for the overturning of Roe v. Wade by the court on Friday.

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Disney and other major US companies say they will cover employees' expenses if they have to travel for abortion services after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade this week.

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Abortion was automatically outlawed in 18 US states as soon as Roe v. Wade was overturned, thanks to specially-devised 'trigger laws' and historic bans that were automatically reenacted.

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Brian Laundrie (left, pictured with Gabby Petito) writes that he strangled his 22-year-old fiancé as the result of an 'unexpected tragedy' in Grand Teton National Park in which Petito fell into a creek and injured herself on their road trip last summer. And he began the notebook with a personal message addressed to Gabby, in which he claimed: 'I wish I could be at your side, I wish I could be talking to you right now.' In self-pitying sentences written in smudged blue pen, Laundrie claims he battled to comfort Gabby who was deteriorating, crying in pain and shivering from constant cold. But eventually he killed her, writing: 'I don't know the extent of Gabby's injuries, only that she was in extreme pain. He wrote (right): 'I ended her life. I thought it was merciful, that it is what she wanted, but I see now all the mistake that I made. I panicked. I was in shock. But from the moment I decided, took away her pain.'


Two people have been killed and several seriously injured in a shooting at a nightclub in Norway, police have confirmed. They have made an arrest

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Amber Heard has been officially ordered to pay the $8.35m in damages after Johnny Depp won his defamation suit against her. Heard said she wishes to appeal but judge said she must pay in full.


The USS Destroyer Escort Samuel B. Roberts (DE-413), known as the Sammy B, was one of the last Allied ships standing against the Japanese in the Battle of Samar.

Miss Kellen, 43, is now married to Nascar driver turned investor Brian Vickers and has rebranded herself as an interior designer under the name Sarah Kensington.

Juul on Friday asked a federal court to block a government order to stop selling its electronic cigarettes.The e-cigarette maker asked the court to pause...

Moment devastated father charges through courtroom to attack man who 'murdered his toddler son by throwing him into Ohio river' 

Footage shows Antonio Hughes walking from the back row of the Hamilton County courtroom up to the defense table where murder suspect Desean Brown, 22, was sitting. Brown is accused of stabbing Nyteisha Lattimore, 29, to death in December 2020 before throwing her son Nylo, three, into the Ohio River and leaving him to drown. He could face the death penalty if convicted. Once Hughes had crept up behind Brown he smacked him in the face with a right hook and didn't stop punching him until two deputies wrestled him to the ground. And even after he had been handcuffed Hughes continued to lunge at the alleged murderer.

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As of Friday morning, over 2,104 flights were delayed within, into, or out of the US, according to FlightAware . An additional 543 flights were canceled across the nation.

The House of Representatives passed the bipartisan gun control package Friday afternoon sending it to President Joe Biden's desk. In a vote of 234 to 193, with the help of 14 Republicans, the House followed the Senate's lead in green-lighting the legislation - the most significant firearms bill passed in decades.

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Yrma Lydia, 21, who was beginning her career in music, was shot Thursday night in an exclusive restaurant in the south of the city when she was attacked by her partner, 79-year-old¬†Jes√ļs Hern√°ndez Alcocer. 'A man shot his wife three times, he is already detained along with another woman who accompanied him,' Omar Garc√≠a Harfuch, Secretary of Security for Mexico City, reported on Twitter. According to witnesses, after an argument, the gray-haired man shot the singer, who according to Mexican media was 21 years old.


Sydney sleep coach, Elina Winnel, who once suffered from insomnia, has busted some common myths about getting a good night's sleep saying it's fine to look at your phone before bed.

Danish biologist Nicklas Brendborg says that leafy greens such as kale, cabbage and broccoli are good for us because they are bad for us.


Japanese Princess Mako Komuro, 30, was spotted out and about with her commoner husband, Kei Komuro, also 30, in New York City. The couple held hands as they cut causal figures in Midtown Manhattan on Thursday before splitting ways. The princess was later seen shopping at the Amish Market grocery store. The former princess gave up her royal title to marry her college sweetheart last October in a small civil ceremony, and they have been living in New York City. She a green skirt with a black shirt and sweater, paired with simple lace-up boots, while her husband wore a black suit with a blue shirt.

Dr Adolph Brown, a clinical psychologist, says that a recent uptick in violence in schools is a result of disruptions in life caused by Covid. The solutions begin in the home, though.

The Netflix star alerted fans about the scary incident on Instagram as she shared post from her emergency room bed on Thursday. She wrote: 'I'm feeling extra blessed today. Blessed to be alive.'

Everleigh Victoria McCarthy was only two pounds when she arrived three months early on July 25, 2020, at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston. When the baby developed a brain bleed and was put on a ventilator it seemed unlikely she would survive. The devastated parents, Alana Ross, 37, and Daniel McCarthy, 38, waited and prayed that their baby would come through. Sadly, their daughter died on August 6, 2020, 12 days after being born, family attorney Greg Henning told DailyMail.com. Her devastated parents began to make arrangements and plan for a memorial service for their daughter until they learned the shocking news. The funeral home informed them that their daughter's body was missing and soon their grief turned into a horrific nightmare.

Oregon elementary school teachers have complained to administrators with a list of 'micro and macro aggressions' after learning the principal of the school may be terminated from her job.

Around 75% of American teenagers are not getting recommended their daily exercise. Girls in particular are less likely than their male peers to be getting an adequate level of daily fitness.

Embattled actor Chris Noth was spotted shopping at a jewelry store in the Berkshires, in Massachusetts a day after publicly expressing his support for his wife and her new play.  Noth and wife of 10 years, Tara Wilson, appear to be moving on from the slew of sexual assault allegations made against him late last year that effectively ended his career.  The scandal had sparked rumors of divorce or separation for the couple, after Wilson was spotted in public without her wedding ring, however, it seems the TV star's marriage is staying strong. 

The Duck Dynasty crew is trading in duck hunting for treasure hunting in their new Fox Nation show, Duck Family Treasure.

Bruce Willis and his wife Emma Heming were spotted out running errands in Los Angeles. The couple were both clad in a casual blue and white ensembles for their outing on Thursday.

The spyware, created by Milan firm RCS Lab, was allegedly used by governments of Italy and Kazakhstan to spy on private messages and contacts stored on their citizens' smartphones.

Shapour Moinian, 67, of San Diego, admitted in federal court to acting as an agent for the Chinese government and providing e secret aviation-related information.

Thousands of protesters hit the streets and begin to gather outside Justice Clarence Thomas' home after he said SCOTUS should 'reconsider' gay marriage now Roe v. Wade has been overturned: Pro-choice extremists are planning 'Night of Rage'

Protesters on Friday were planning to make their feelings known outside the home of Justice Clarence Thomas. Thomas on Friday floated additional prospective law changes, released in a concurring opinion of the Roe v. Wade decision, would see limits put on gay marriage, same-sex sexual activity, and citizens' access to birth control. It comes as the Supreme Court controversially elected to strike down Roe v. Wade, a nearly 50 year-old decision that granted women the right to have an abortion. In his separate opinion also released Friday, Thomas - the court's longest-serving justice - welcomed the guidance, but noted how it falls short of addressing citizens rights' apart from abortion. The 74-year-old justice, an appointee of President George H.W. Bush, went on to declare the court should reconsider other cases that fall under previous due process precedents. Thomas argued that since the constitution's Due Process Clause was found not to secure a right to an abortion, the court should apply that same logic to other landmark cases. He cited three in particular - all having to do with Americans' fundamental privacy, due process and equal protection rights.

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The 34-year-old Detroit, Minnesota native - born Melissa Viviane Jefferson - made the announcement on her Instagram Story on Friday.

The Supreme Court has voted to strike down Roe v. Wade, the landmark decision that legalized abortion in the United States, a year after the woman who triggered the 1973 ruling was named.

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More than half of all US states have some kind of abortion ban law that will likely now take effect following Friday's news that Roe v Wade has been overturned by the United States Supreme Court .

Hillary Clinton attacked the Supreme Court's decision to overturn abortion rights on Friday, saying it was step backwards for human rights and an opinion that would 'live in infamy.'

The Supreme Court overruled the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade decision Friday morning by upholding Mississippi's 15-week restrictive abortion ban. 'The Constitution does not confer a right to abortion; Roe and Casey are overruled... and the authority to regulate abortion is returned to the people and their elected representatives,' the decision said. Dozens of celebrities and high-profile figures have spoken out to slam the decision, with Obama, 58, posting a lengthy statement on Instagram, where she warned of the 'devastating consequences' it will have. She urged pro-choice supporters to 'channel their frustration and anger into action', while calling for them to support organizations like Planned Parenthood and The United State of Women. Schumer, 41, wrote on Instagram that women's rights should not be 'determined... by interpreting the intentions of a bunch of slave-owning rapists who've been dead for hundreds of years'.

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Kamala Harris said the Supreme Court Roe v. Wade ruling Friday is causing a 'health care crisis' in the U.S. as she slammed the decision to hand back abortion rights to the states.

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Think tank director Kyle Shideler told DailyMail.com he believes Jane's Revenge is a 'terrorist type group' where membership is determined by one's actions on behalf of the group.

Protests have erupted outside the Supreme Court after a majority of its justices voted to overturn Roe v Wade, which guarantees American women the right to an abortion.

TOM LEONARD: At least 11 people, including four doctors and a policeman, have been killed in violence against abortion providers over the decades.

Before Roe v Wade was ruled on in 1973, many women turned to dangerous illegal abortions to get the procedure done. An expert warns that this will soon return with the overturn of Roe v Wade.

In a statement following the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v Wade, former President Donald Trump said that the June 24 decision was 'the biggest WIN for LIFE in a generation.'

Tearful US soccer star Megan Rapinoe urges men to 'stand up' and 'say something' about 'violent' SCOTUS ruling ending Roe v. Wade: 'Look in the mirror, you are complicit in all of this'

US Soccer captain Megan Rapinoe is calling on American men to 'stand up' to stop the 'violent and consistent onslaught on the autonomy of women's bodies' following the US Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade on Friday. Speaking ahead of Saturday's friendly with Colombia, the emotional and occasionally tearful Rapinoe put the blame for the decision squarely on American men and the power structure within the US. 'We clearly cannot do this on our own, with the composition of the power structure in our country,' she told reporters, as quoted by Yahoo! Sports' Henry Bushnell. 'And frankly, that falls on you.' She described the ruling as the US government's attempt to spread a belief structure that is 'deeply rooted in white supremacist, patriarchal Christianity.' The Supreme Court on Friday overturned Roe v. Wade, stripping away the country's half-century-old constitutional protections for abortions. The decision is expected to lead to a flurry of abortion bans across conservative-leaning states, some of which already have trigger laws on the books that will go into effect in the coming days and weeks.

Planned Parenthood 'temporarily suspends abortions' in Wisconsin on Friday following the overturn of Roe v. Wade. The 6-3 vote prompted the return of the state's 173-year-old abortion law.

A paper claims a British scientists found a cerebral cortex isn't needed to feel pain, suggesting a fetus can suffer before 24 week gestation. The scientist, however, claims his work does not state this.

The Supreme Court has struck down the right to abortion in the United States, according to a bombshell decision in that has overturned the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling.

Colonel Tom Parker finally gets his day on the big screen in Baz Luhrmann's biopic, 'Elvis,' starring Tom Hanks and Austin Butler (inset). Compulsively secretive, very little is known of Presley's tyrannical manager that piloted his career to international stardom. Parker spoke with a heavy Southern drawl and claimed that he was a native of West Virginia who fled an orphanage to become a carny. In reality, Parker was born in the Netherlands as Andreas Cornelis van Kuijk, before he mysteriously vanished in 1929. His family took him for dead until they discovered his photograph 30 years later in a magazine, standing next to his most famous charge Elvis Presley, and now living under the fake alias of 'Colonel Tom Parker.' Investigating his enigmatic past, one journalist discovered that he joined the Army before he was discharged and diagnosed as a 'psychopath.' An anonymous tip to a Dutch newspaper claimed that Parker fled the Netherlands abruptly after he committed the heinous murder of a local woman in a robbery gone wrong.


'She's the real MVP of the NBA Draft!' Basketball star Dyson Daniels' 'smoke show' mom, 54, wins a LEGION of admirers after making a stunning appearance at the event with her son

Australian-born athlete Dyson's mother, Brikitta Kool-Daniels, attended the event with her son, 19, and it appears that all eyes were on her. The event took place at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, on Thursday, and allowed NBA teams to pick their new players for next season. Brikitta - donning a low-cut white gown with a slit in the chest area and ruffles that showed off her long legs - quickly became a social media hit. She sparked a slew of tweets from people who gushed over how stunning she looked at the event, with some calling her a 'MILF,' a 'smoke show,' and a 'snack.' Others asked for her number and if she was single, with someone else calling her the MVP of the night and another tweeting that she 'won' the NBA Draft. Brikitta is Dyson's biggest fans, and often attends games and events with him. He was drafted eighth overall and was picked by the New Orleans Pelicans.

Hundreds were seen lining up for their jab at the Chelsea Sexual Health Clinic Thursday - after officials sent out a sudden announcement announcing the already in progress rollout.

'How to act thirsty and pathetic in your 60s': Madonna, 63, is slammed as 'desperate and classless' by Twitter users for 'tonguing' rapper Tokischa, 26, and simulating sex acts during X-rated Pride performance 

The Like a Virgin hitmaker has long been known for her love of everything risqué - but many people seem to be fed up with her most recent scandalous activity. Madonna took to the stage at Terminal 5 in Manhattan on Thursday night to kick off NYC Pride weekend, where she was joined by Tokischa Altagracia Peralta. Madonna and Dominican rapper Tokischa teamed up to sing her song Hung Up, but things turned racy when they began grinding and making out on stage. As videos of the saucy moment made their way around the web, people seemed unamused by Madonna's actions, with some calling the songstress 'nasty' and 'gross.' Some accused her of 'trying to stay relevant' and called her a 'clout chaser,' while another said she was 'so thirsty for her former Material Girl life.' Others pointed out that she was old enough to be Tokischa's 'mom,' with one person writing, 'Madonna is too old to be tonguing girls down on stage.'

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Photos released by Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency show the lifeless animal slumped inside the car, which had been parked outside a rental cabin in Sevierville, Tennessee.

The New Jersey-born actor has caused yet more controversy - this time with a father of three children from Hawaii questioning why they and their mother are living with Miller at his Vermont home.

MCCAIN: why should the American public trust President Biden to lead us if his staff doesn't even trust him to act normally in public? President Biden is an unsuccessful president by nearly every metric. He is less popular than President Trump during this time in his presidency. Inflation, and the price of basic goods like food and gas are at historic highs not seen since before I was born. He catastrophically pulled out of Afghanistan leaving innocent people to die. There is nothing going on in the country that shows that America is now a better place to live in than before Biden was elected. Americans are more divided, more angry and less optimistic about our future than anytime in modern history. These are gravely serious times, and we need a gravely serious and capable person to steer us in the right direction.

President Biden revealed an extraordinarily detailed cheat sheet for his meeting at the White House on Thursday. Eight bullet points reminded him when to sit down and whom to ask questions of.

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Alyssa Morales, 36, is still in a medically induced coma after she suffered second and third degree burns over 60 per cent of her body in the attack at Harrowgate Park at about 11.30pm last Thursday.

The body of 21-year-old Jessi Wilfong was discovered on June 18, nearly a month after she was reported missing. Investigators found Wilfong's body buried in a barn nearby the home of her uncle's girlfriend. Wilfong was allegedly last seen with her uncle, Lawrence Schanda, and his girlfriend, Teresa L. Baumgartner, the night she went missing.

Former Tennis world no.1 Naomi Osaka is in hot water for the name of her new business venture with billionaire Lebron James - as it refers to 'a woman with no vagina' in Swahili.

The Los Angeles Lakers made headlines after Thursday's draft by signing Scotty Pippen Jr to a two-way deal and inviting Shaquille O'Neal's son Shareef onto their Summer League team.

Anita Alvarez congratulates US team-mates two days after she fainted in the pool and stopped breathing for two minutes during World Championships in Hungary... as she is BANNED from competing in artistic swimming final just two hours before it

Alvarez, 25, (left, centre) fainted in the pool whilst competing in the final of the women's solo free event at the world championships in Budapest, before being saved by coach Andrea Fuentes, who jumped into the pool and dragged her to safety with a lifeguard. The USA team finished an inspiring ninth in the artistic swimming women's team free final this afternoon after Alvarez was banned from competing fewer than two hours before the event began.

Anita Alvarez, 25, also did not rule out competing in the World Championship team free final today at 3pm (10am ET), just 48 hours after her coach Andrea Fuentes dived into the water to save her life.

Andrea Prudente, 38, and husband, Jay Weeldreyer, 45, from Washington, were visiting the European island when she suddenly developed heavy bleeding. Andrea, who was 16 week pregnant, was told she had a ruptured membrane, detached placenta, and no amniotic fluid - but the fetus still had a heartbeat. Medical professionals at Mater Dei Hospital, where she was admitted, are now refusing to terminate the pregnancy since abortion is illegal in Malta. The fetus has no chance of survival, so the couple has to wait for it to die on its own. But Andrea is now at risk for infection and hemorrhaging. Andrea considered taking matters in her own hand, with her husband revealing she asked him to hit her 'as hard as he could' to stop the fetus' heartbeat. Jay slammed the hospital for 'prolonging his wife's suffering' and called their refusal to terminate the baby 'physiological torture.'

DailyMail.com spotted Ivana Trump Wednesday leaving her New York City townhouse and heading to the hair salon. Her blond locks were pulled back in a low ponytail and she wore large black sunglasses. The 73-year-old socialite was escorted by an aide who gave her arm to help Ms. Trump walk down the sidewalk and to the appointment. After 45 minutes at the salon, Ivana emerged looking fresh, with her blond hair in a beehive and her bangs covering her forehead. She strutted down the street wearing an all-black ensemble with gold accents.

Kellyanne Conway said that Trump's former chief of staff Mark Meadows is 'responsible' for the Stop the Steal rally on January 6, 2021 and doubled-down the former president does think he won the election.

Chicago Bears linebacker Matt Adams, 26, has been arrested on misdemeanor charges of possessing an illegal gun, a high-capacity magazine and metal-piercing bullets. He is due in court on August 24.

Psychology expert shares 'creepily accurate' test that she says will reveal your deepest desires and worst fears - and reveals how your results impact ALL of your relationships 

A woman named Sonya recently went viral on TikTok after she shared a test which you can take to uncover numerous things about your subconscious. Not only can it depict whether or not you had a 'positive' childhood, but Sonya said it can also determine if you trust others and how you feel about change. According to Sonya, the test also reveals if you're the type of person who cares more about 'wealth and prosperity' or if you're 'content with what life gives you.' The TikToker also said it can establish the way you view relationships and how you handle conflict - and many people were left stunned over how accurate the results were.

Grim video footage from the scene in Queens shows a 15-year-old teen bleeding on top of a 7 train after he struck his head during a subway surfing stunt on Thursday night.

The sibling duo, who own production company EON Productions, were both awarded CBEs at Buckingham palace on Friday.

In televised remarks, President Guillermo Lasso said Leonidas Iza, leader of the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities, intends to 'overthrow the government.' But Lasso added that he was willing to engage in talks on ending protests that were in their 13th day. 'It is proven that the true intention of the violent (people) is to generate a coup and that is why we call on the international community to warn of this attempt to destabilize democracy in Ecuador,' Lasso said. '... Mr. Iza can no longer control the situation. The violence perpetrated by infiltrated criminals has got out of hand.'

BOLAND: As the planets fall into line like beautiful soldiers on parade, the astrological meaning of this line-up is largely about getting our lives back into alignment.

Johnny Depp's daughter Lily-Rose Depp, who has followed her famous parents and joined the acting game herself, was summery stylish when she was spotted out in Los Angeles this week.

Broody Kate is at it again! Duchess asked to hold a royal fan's daughter on visit to Cambridge and declared she 'loves babies'- as 'nervous' William tried to coax her away

Visiting the County Day at Newmarket Racecourse yesterday, Kate spotted Marianne Provoost, who had travelled from the Netherlands for the event, and asked to hold her daughter Norah, four months. She declared. 'I love babies' as they pair chatted. William tried to move his wife on, saying: 'It's time to go', but Kate wouldn't be hurried.

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After the new portrait of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge was panned as 'frumpy' by critics, Femail takes a look at some of the more unusual depictions of the royal family over the years.

Speaking to True Royalty TV's  The Royal Beat, Newsweek's Jack Royston and Ingrid Seward, Editor in Chief, Majesty Magazine, addressed Andrew's financial problems.

Whopper of a donation! David Spade gives $5,000 to underappreciated Burger King employee who has never missed a day's work but was rewarded with measly candy goody bag and two biros on his 27th year anniversary

David Spade surprised a hardworking Burger King employee, who has not missed work in nearly three decades, with a $5,000 donation on Thursday. Just a few days after the fast food worker, named Kevin Ford, went viral for a video thanking the company for a goodie bag for his loyalty, the 57-year-old comedian made a generous contribution to his GoFundMe. Additionally, Spade sent Ford a sweet direct message via Instagram that read: 'Keep up the good work, 27 years.'

May Pang was clearly up to a challenge. Fresh out of school at 19, she had talked her way into a coveted job at the New York offices of The Beatles' music company Apple Records. She was outgoing and rebellious but also amenable, and John Lennon and wife Yoko Ono liked her so much they soon asked her to become their personal assistant. The rock 'n' roll-mad daughter of Chinese immigrants from Spanish Harlem enjoyed every minute of her time with the couple - the union many believed broke up the Fab Four.

Moment THOUSANDS of migrants from sub-Sahara Africa storm fence into Spanish enclave bordering Morocco using shears to cut wire

Five were confirmed dead by Moroccan authorities at the EU's only land border with Africa after thousands of migrants ran across a field towards the border fence by Melilla on Friday morning. At least 130 migrants managed to enter Melilla, the Spanish government's local delegation said. Video showed the migrants - the vast majority of them being men - cheering and raising their arms in celebration as they ran through the streets of Melilla after storming the fence (left). Melilla and Ceuta, Spain's other tiny North African enclave, have the European Union's only land borders with Africa, making them a magnet for migrants.

Geraldine Kriegel, whose daughter Ana was brutally murdered in 2018, said her husband Patrick 'couldn't bear the pain' of losing his child as she spoke at his funeral four years on from Ana's death.

Prince Charles and Camilla tonight dazzled at a black tie dinner in the Rwandan capital Kigali as the royal couple greeted leaders from Commonwealth countries for the glamorous event.

The Gabby Petito Story - which will follow the real life tragedy that played out last year - was seen filming for the first time in the mountains near Salt Lake City, Utah on Thursday. Thora Birch - who will star in and will direct the film for Lifetime - was seen consulting with the actors who will portray Gabby Petito and boyfriend Brian Laundrie. No doubt it was not an easy day on set as they filmed an intense scene centered around a fight between the couple at a campground. Petito, 22, was strangled on a road trip with Laundrie in Wyoming last summer while her boyfriend was later found dead at a swamp near his parents' home in Florida from a self-inflicted gunshot to the head.

Priscilla Presley gave a rundown of her most famous fashion statements, from the 1960's to her most recent stylish appearance at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival. 

Dave Chappelle has bought 19 acres of land in small Ohio village where he lives. Chappelle was unhappy at a 52-acre development that would have bordered his own estate.

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Some of the biggest names in showbusiness rocked up at Glastonbury today, despite forecasts of an exceptionally wet weekend. Game of Thrones actors Kit Harington and his wife Rose Leslie (far-left), model Daisy Lowe (second-right), actress Sienna Miller (far-right) and Love Island's Laura Whitmore (middle-left) were among the VIP festival-goers to descend on Worthy Farm this afternoon. Sir Paul McCartney also pulled up at a small music venue in Frome (inset), the night before his headline set. Yesterday revellers were spotted dancing around in skimpy outfits in the hot sunshine, but conditions had turned quite significantly in Somerset by this morning, with the dress code changing to raincoats and macs as some even put up umbrellas to shield themselves from the rain.

Getting tickets for the iconic festival Glastonbury can be difficult - and gaining entry with someone else's pass is practically impossible. But that didn't stop one man and his blonde wig.

The video was reported to be filmed in the early hours this morning near the town of Alchevsk in the Luhansk region, 55 miles south of Severodonetsk, where the fiercest fighting has been raging.

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Speaking candidly about the 'profound loss' she endured during her fertility struggles, the 64-year-old has been open about how the heartbreak she experienced helped inspire her decision to adopt. Following several failed relationships and a lengthy custody battle with her ex-husband Phil Bronstein, the Hollywood star is now a single mother to her three adopted sons, Roan, 22, Laird, 16, and Quinn, 15 (inset). The Total Recall star adopted her first child, Roan, in 2000 during her failed marriage to journalist, Phil Bronstein (right). Stone was married to Bronstein from 1998 to 2004, prior to that she had been married to producer Michael Greenburg (left). The actress also had failed engagements to producer William MacDonald and director Bob Wagner.

Kevin Lloyd, 34, was fired from Google Developer Studio in February 2021. In August he filed a case before California Superior Court, claiming discrimination because he questioned a 'cult'.

As interest in the legendary movie star continues to reach new heights following her death in 1962, CR Fashion Book China found a new way to make the beloved actress their cover star for its upcoming magazine issue. The controversial new fashion magazine shoot attempted to reimagine what Monroe would be like if she was a modern-day star, with the Hollywood icon digitally styled by by CR's Founder and Creative Director, Carine Roitfeld in modern designs by famous fashion houses. However, the shoot has sparked outrage with some fans of the entertainer as many took to social media to voice concerns about the way her image is being used.

On average across 11 developed countries, politicians currently live an average of 4.5 years longer than members of the populations they represent, researchers at Oxford University reveal.

Crack of dawn! Man in a witch's hat brazenly smokes pipe on sidewalk at 7am in Manhattan's swanky Chelsea neighborhood

This new video recorded Friday morning on the streets of New York City shows a man openly smoking something out of a suspicious looking pipe. The shocking clip was taken outside of a MedRite Urgent Care center along 6th avenue in one of New York City's most bourgeois neighborhoods, Chelsea. As the clip begins, the man is in the midst of smoking whatever is in the pipe for nine seconds. A pedestrian walks by busy on his phone and apparently oblivious to the smoking man. The man, clad in a skin tight Adidas sky blue zip-up sweater with a red shirt protruding underneath, skin tight yoga-style pants and of course, a witch's hat, waits two seconds before sucking on the pipe for the rest of the video.

John Mulaney and Olivia Munn looked in love as they stepped out hand in hand in NYC Friday. The pair, who started dating a little more than a year ago, both rocked sunglasses as they left their hotel.

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis enjoyed some one-on-one time together and made a pitstop for coffee and snacks in the Studio City neighborhood of Los Angeles on Friday.

That's gotta hurt! Man lands on his butt after jumping out of brothel's second floor window as two Chilean prostitutes give chase

A man who refused to pay for sex with two prostitutes was caught on camera falling to the ground and running away after he jumped out the second-floor window of a brothel in Chile. The individual joined the two women and another man for the alleged $500 sexual encounter when he decided to flee without paying last Sunday morning in the southern city of Punta Arenas, the online Chilean news site ADN reported. The viral surveillance camera video shows the man landing on the right side of his body as he fell across the paved alleyway.

Abby Lampe, 21, from Noreth Carolina, won the world-famous Coopers Hill Cheese Rolling Championship earlier this month after travelling from the US to Gloucestershire to take part.

Honey Boo Boo is struggling to repair her relationship with Mama June. In a new preview for the family's reality TV show the 16-year-old star said about her mom, 'It's never nothing different.'

The highly-collectible 1957 507 Series II Roadster, one of just 252 built, has been kept in a garage in Philadelphia since 1979, meaning it hasn't been used since Jimmy Carter was President and Margaret Thatcher became the UK's first female Prime Minister. Having been wheeled out of its four-decade slumber, the German motor is going to be offered to the highest bidder at Bonhams' Audrain Concours Auction in Newport, Rhode Island, on September 30 and is predicted to sell for between $1.8million and $2.2million.

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Exclusive photos of Brad Pitt chain-smoking at the height of the pandemic show the actor wasn't kidding when he said he struggled with moderation when it came to cigarettes. Pitt - once named People magazine's sexiest man alive - was snapped taking multiple smoke breaks while volunteering in South Central Los Angeles in November 2020. The Hollywood star, 58, spoke to GQ in the latest edition of the magazine, announcing he has embraced a life of abstinence that began shortly after his divorce was initiated in 2016.

'Holding any mixed sports or non-sports gathering without observing the religious and legal norms is prohibited... and the organisers will be dealt with according to the law.': Police chief Faraj Shojaee.

State and New York City officials are zeroing in on specifying 'sensitive locations' where concealed weapons could be forbidden, one would essentially extend those zones to the entire city

The perfect storm! Amazing footage shows a rainbow shining and lightning bolts flashing at the same moment over central California

The amazing moment was seen over r Hollister, California this week. The footage shows an ominous sky with shades of deep purple and blue hanging over an open area. A rainbow is peaking out of the clouds, which shoot out bright lightning bolts. Storm chaser William Justo . who caught the electrifying show on Wednesday, told DailyMail.com: I was chasing a stationary Area of storms in Hollister, CA around sunset and it so-happened that a rainbow appeared within the storm. I just used my iPhone 8 Plus hoping to capture a bolt with the rainbow and after a minute, it happened.'


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Italians famously love food and their mothers. So when Giuseppe Corsaro arrived in London from Sicily 22 years ago and found himself homesick, he set up La Mia Mamma, a rather different style of Italian restaurant here in Britain, where the consultant chefs have no official training and have never even worked in a professional kitchen. Instead, they have different qualifications: they are Italian mums in their 50s, 60s and 70s who just want to cook and cook - if not for their own sons, then for someone else's.

The King and Queen of the Netherlands today released their annual summer portraits a month earlier than usual, posing with their three daughters Catharina-Amalia, 18, Alexia, 16, and Ariane, 15.

Citizens can now help scientists identify the composition of Jupiter's massive and eye-catching storms

Teenager who was paralyzed by a stroke aged 11 re-learns to walk after her parents REFUSED to tell her that doctors said she'd never use her legs again  

Natalie Bentos-Pereira, 16, from North Carolina, was left paralyzed after a stroke at the age of 11 (left), but her parents (inset) decided they didn't want her to 'give up' if they told her she'd never walk again. Doctors said it would be impossible, but with a lot of hard work and perseverance, Natalie took her first steps in the year after her illness. Now 16 (right), she's learning to drive and wants to become a neonatal nurse.