Heidi Klum switches up her style with Art Deco-inspired print shirt and matching pants at the Roberto Cavalli show during Milan Fashion Week

She usually struts her assets along the runway, but on Saturday supermodel Heidi Klum settled into a front row seat instead.

Last pictures of Brit backpackers David Miller and Hannah Witheridge

CCTV footage from the night Hannah Witheridge and David Miller were brutally murdered has been released showing the two youngsters walking around Koh Tao separately, just hours before their semi-naked bodies were discovered on Sairee Beach.

Iggy Azalea shakes her derriere on stage at Music Midtown Festival 

Her sexually charged video for new song Booty with Jennifer Lopez debuted this week.

Taylor Swift kicks off iHeartRadio Music Festival in TWO striking ensembles

She is one of the biggest acts on the bill. And on Friday, Taylor Swift certainly made an impact on the red carpet, as she arrived flashing her midriff in a striking two-piece.

Rita Ora shakes up her blonde glossy hair with bubble gum blue mane as she continues to promote Adidas clothing line in Tokyo

She may be the face of sportswear brand Adidas, but it appears as if Rita Ora has taken some inspiration from fellow pop star Katy Perry.

Indian newsreader sacked for calling Chinese president Xi Jinping ‘eleven Jinping’ after confusing his name for roman numerals

A newsreader from Indian broadcaster Doordarshan has been fired for mistaking the Chinese president's name for Roman numerals, calling Xi Jinping 'Eleven Jinping'.

Suited up! Tom Hanks looks dapper as a Cold War lawyer on the set of his new movie, St. James Place, in New York

They have already worked together on three blockbusters.

Hilaria Baldwin does ‘spine-lengthening’ yoga pose on staircase

Hilaria Baldwin shared a video of herself riding down the playground slide Friday with daughter Carmen as husband Alec Baldwin watched on delighted.

Mark Ronson’s new solo album features Chance The Rapper and Action Bronson

Award-winning producer Mark Ronson has announced he has just finished working on his fourth solo album.

Lindsay Lohan poses up a storm as she enjoys dinner date at Hakkasan 

The 28-year-old star – who is currently gearing up for her West End debut in Speed The Plow - appeared to be in high spirits after she enjoyed a lavish meal at the popular restaurant.

Samantha Jade wows in simple LBD as she sings in Perth and reveals she follows sartorial advice of her late mother

Singer Samantha Jade, 27, has revealed she keeps her late mother's memory alive by following her fashion advice and keeping it simple.

Rocket Internet CEO stands to lift stake via options: report

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Oliver Samwer, chief executive and co-founder of Rocket Internet is in a position to increase his stake in the German venture capital firm under a stock options program that will be part of its planned stock market listing, a German magazine report said on Saturday. Samwer stands to receive options that entitle him to buy 4.5 million shares, or about 4 percent of the current share capital, at an unspecified discount over the next five years, based on certain business performance targets, weekly WirtschaftsWoche said, citing a document it obtained. ...

Newlywed Jessie Ware says Lauryn Hill ‘made her want to fall in love’

Jessie Ware took time out to talk to MailOnline about the music that inspired her to become a singer and to fall in love.

Love In An Elevator! Kyle Sandilands looks completely enamored with his girlfriend Imogen Anthony as they enjoy a romantic break in the Gold Coast

Kyle Sandilands could happily look at his girlfriend Imogen Anthony all day long on holiday in the Gold Coast.

T Magazine: Twists and Ties of Fabric Liven Up Simple Silhouettes

For spring 2015, designers make a statement with the humble knot.

Michael Jackson’s duet with Freddie Mercury set for Queen Forever album

The track There Must Be More To Life Than This was recorded by Michael Jackson and Freddie Mercury for the Queen album Hot Space in 1981. It will now feature on the Queen Forever album.

Naomi Watts goes for speedy stroll with partner Liev Schreiber and their sons

She and her family are known to forego fast cars for walking and riding.

Cheyenne Tozzi farewells Stockholm with some cheeky hand gestures

Australian model Cheyenne Tozzi has said goodbye to her latest destination of Stockholm, Sweden in her own cheeky way via Instagram.

Kirsten Gillibrand tweets ’80s snap of Connie Britton – her college roommate

The Dartmouth College freshmen (formerly Constance and Tina) sport feathered locks while studying abroad at Beijing Normal University

Demi Lovato posts snap of her arm in a sling after pre-concert ‘fall’ 

Demi Lovato looked like she could use some get well tweets after this latest injury.

Rabbitohs’ Sam Burgess and Phoebe Hooke photographed after Bondi brunch

Rugby League player Sam Burgess and his rumoured girlfriend Cleo entertainment writer, Phoebe Hooke, were photographed together for the first time.

Chrissy Teigen can’t wait to grow old with husband John Legend

They said their vows just over a year ago

Real Housewives’ Brandi Glanville, Camille Grammer and Kyle Richards enjoy scavenger hunt

They deem themselves the 'Dream Team' and were clearly hoping they could live up to their name on Friday.

Woman grabs driver’s hair and assaults her in Birmingham parking row

The attacker, described as a white woman in her early 20s, threw her victim aggressively to the ground twice in an unprovoked attack outside a grocery store in Handsworth Wood, Birmingham.

T Magazine: Josephine Le Tutor Transforms Backstage at Roberto Cavalli

The photographer Greg Kessler captures behind-the-scenes beauty transformations during Spring 2015 Fashion Week in Milan.

Teacher Samantha Burmis who used daughter’s fingerprints to hide conviction banned

Samantha Burmis, 46, embarked on an elaborate plot to hide a mortgage fraud conviction – and resulting prison sentence – after she won an unfair dismissal claim against a school in Kent.

Gwen Stefani dresses her slim figure in a revealing tattered blouse and distressed denim trousers

Whether she's making a promotional appearance or simply running errands, Gwen Stefani always steps out in style.

Ban children’s mobiles phones at dinner table, says Mary Berry

Great British Bake Off judge Mary Berry, 79, believes children should be banned from using mobiles and gadgets at the dinner table. She thinks this could help tackle obesity epidemic.

The Weekender: on Maker Faire, Beyoncé, and the birth of snackwave

The Weekender: on Maker Faire, Beyoncé, and the birth of snackwaveWelcome back to The Weekender, and it's been quite a week. We went to Iceland to test the new iPhones and ate cricket flour in Canada. In short, things got a little weird around here. In a good way. We promise. Take this opportunity to look back on some of our best work and some good reads from around the web. Then check out the fascinating things you can do this weekend just to kick back. Enjoy. .mobile-layout .link { width: 15px; float: right; padding: 10px;} Do this World Maker Faire, New York

Winston Churchill drank 42,000 bottles of champagne – just one QI fact

Did you know that 385 million years ago fish had fingers? Or that Hitler was scared of cats? Around 1,411 QI facts have been compiled by John Lloyd, John Mitchinson and James Harkin.

Plymouth university plans to spend £150k on seven hand-crafted chairs 

The chairs will be used during graduation ceremonies at Plymouth University, whose deputy vice-chancellor says the purchase was a 'great decision'.

Shia LaBeouf arrives at LAX lugging huge camouflage bags

He plays a soldier in upcoming second world war drama Fury.

The Reality of the iPhone Line Is a Black Market Nightmare

The Reality of the iPhone Line Is a Black Market Nightmare

This week, people camped outside Apple stores for days anticipating the iPhone 6. But those line-waiters weren't all frenzied Apple fans high on the joy of a new smartphone: As filmmaker Casey Neistat portrays it, many of the line-sitters were buying the new iPhone to immediately resell it on the black market.


Everything You Need to Know About iOS 8

Everything You Need to Know About iOS 8

iOS 8 launched this week, and with it came a slew of improvements and new features. Before you get to playing around with it for yourself, here are a few guides to basic new features , the new Messages functions , hidden features , keyboards , and everything else.


Charlie Fisher ‘cheated on three girls in 24 hours’

Charlie Fisher, 20, from Hatfield, Hertfordshire, was seeing Becky Connery, 17, Lizzie Leeland-Cunningham, 19, and a third girl who doesn't want to be named, all at once.

Deportivo vs Real Madrid: Follow all the La Liga action as it happens

Follow Sportsmail's live La Liga coverage as Real Madrid travel to Deportivo on Saturday afternoon.

​Verizon has activated voice over LTE support for the iPhone 6

When Verizon launched its "Advanced Calling 1.0" feature earlier this month (read: voice over LTE), it only worked with two phones: The Samsung Galaxy S5 and the LG G2. Now the company can add the iPhone to that list, well, at least the iPhone 6....

This Is What Sex Looks Like Inside An MRI Scanner (NSFW)

Ever wished you could see what was going on inside your body when you have sex?

You're in luck! A new NSFW video featuring footage from multiple MRI scans affords a remarkable glimpse inside human bodies as they engage in intimate activities ranging from a French kiss to, yes, full-bore coitus.

WARNING: The video contains NSFW footage. Story continues below.

MRI scanners create still and, in this case, moving images with the help of strong magnetic fields that interact with protons inside our bodies.

And as you can see in the video above, those interactions can tell us a lot about interactions of our own.

T Magazine: Milan Fashion Week: Bottega Veneta Spring/Summer 2015

Scenes from the Milan Fashion Week photo diary of Russ McClintock.

QPR 2-2 Stoke City: Niko Kranjcar scores late equaliser while Peter Crouch has a hand in three goals

Peter Crouch had a hand in three of the four goals as Stoke City drew 2-2 with QPR at Loftus road

Catherine McNeil shuns feminine gowns in favour of androgynous tailoring in teal-coloured suit for Milan Fashion Week

As one of the world's most beautiful models, Catherine McNeil, 25, made an entrance in a teal-coloured trouser suit at Milan Fashion week on Saturday.

PREMIER LEAGUE LIVE: Aston Villa vs Arsenal, Burnley vs Sunderland, Newcastle vs Hull and Swansea vs Southampton  

Follow Sportsmail's live coverage of the Barclays Premier League as Aston Villa host Arsenal at Villa Park in one of four 3pm matches. 

Kevin Keegan teams up with Jamie Redknapp on A League Of Their Own 

Kevin Keegan may have been out for football for six years, but he’s lost none of his verve as he sang, danced and teased James Corden about his weight on Sky 1 show A League Of Their Own.

Aston Villa defender Aly Cissokho reveals AC Milan pulled out of a deal to sign him….because of bad teeth!

Aston Villa defender Aly Cissokho revealed how AC Milan pulled out of a deal to sign him....because of problems with his teeth. 

Not your everyday attire! Gabi Grecko brushes teeth in revealing diamante bikini before posting several pro-marijuana messages

Geoffrey Edelsten's fiancée Gabi Grecko dons extravagant diamante bikini while brushing her teeth in New York.

Windswept Nicole Scherzinger looks half asleep as she arrives at the airport dressed in her ‘pyjamas’

Nicole Scherzinger is usually never seen with a single hair out of place.

QPR 2-2 Stoke City: Niko Kranjcar equalises late on with a stunning free-kick

Follow Sportsmail's live coverage as Queens Park Rangers take on Stoke City at Loftus Road on Saturday afternoon.

John Terry claims Chelsea have always played tiki-taka football after arrival of Cesc Fabregas and Diego Costa  

Chelsea skipper John Terry claims they have always played tiki-taka football as he lauded new signing Cesc Fabregas. 

Watford 1-1 Bournemouth: Second-half strikes from Harry Arter and Craig Cathcart secure a point apiece at Vicarage Road 

Craig Cathcart was Watford's unlikely saviour with a late equaliser to salvage a 1-1 draw against Bournemouth.

Sister Roma, Drag Performer, Talks About Leading Fight Against Facebook Name Policy

Sister Roma of the the legendary Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, the drag group that began in San Francisco in 1979 and has performed and raised money for AIDS and other causes throughout the country, was recently shocked after being logged out of Facebook and stripped of an identity known to thousands of people in the LGBT community and beyond.

“Like a lot of people, I was simply using Facebook, and then I was forcibly logged out, and I was instructed to sign in and I had to change my profile name to match the legal name as it appears on my drivers license or credit card or my profile would be suspended, and would be deleted,” Sister Roma said.

Sister Roma was yet another target of a Facebook policy that has caused an uproar in recent weeks, as many other drag queens and performers, as well as people who need anonymity on Facebook for safety reasons, such as LGBT people in countries where there are laws that could jail them simply for being gay or transgender, have faced a similar situation. The policy has been in place for years, but most troubling about it to many is that it is not enforced unless a complaint is filed, leading Sister Roma and others to conclude that they are perhaps being targeted by individuals or groups hostile to LGBT people.

For many people who are not yet out about being gay, lesbian or bisexual, anonymity is key as they make friends on Facebook to help guide them. And for many transgender people, still in the process of transitioning, their names may not match the name on their drivers license at a given time.

"So I did that,” Sister Roma explained in an interview with me on SiriusXM Progress. “I entered my legal name and then my profile popped up, with my picture and then it said my legal name, Michael Williams, and I was like, ‘Oh I didn’t expect that to happen.’ I didn’t realize that I was going to be presented to the world as Michael Williams, which is not how I identify myself or how anyone identifies me.”

Sister Roma then went about the arduous task of trying to contact Facebook.

I mean, I was really pissed,” Sister Roma said. “So I tried to contact Facebook and I don’t know if you’ve ever tried to contact Facebook, but good luck, honey! It is not easy. So I actually googled, ‘How do you contact Facebook?' and I discovered that there’s a little tiny help button you can push but with just a very limited number of issues that they will address with you. So I just turned to social media. I went on Facebook. I went on Twitter. I said, ‘This is outrageous. How dare they tell me who I am! Nobody knows my legal name. It’s not important'…And that’s when the emails started to come in from people. I got emails from people that would rip your heart out. People with legitimate, important reasons that they use protected names on Facebook that do not match the names on their legal ID.”

Along with San Francisco City Supervisor David Campos, other activists and members of legal groups such as the ACLU, Sister Roma met with Facebook officials. But, as has been reported, Facebook refused to budge on the policy, despite the backlash. Sister Roma does believe, however, that the Facebook officials finally understood why anonymity is important to many people, even if they didn't indicate a change would happen. Other employees of Facebook, who approached the activists during the visit, said they agreed that the policy needs to be changed. The group hopes a second meeting with Facebook will get some action.

Newcastle fans ramp up ‘Sack Pardew’ campaign with protest ahead of Hull match

Newcastle fans have ramped up their protest against manager Alan Pardew ahead of their Premier League match against Hull at St James’ Park on Saturday.

T Magazine: Milan Fashion Week: Roberto Cavalli Spring/Summer 2015

Scenes from the Milan Fashion Week photo diary of Alfredo Piola.

Why the iPhone 6 Has the Same Base Memory As the iPhone 5

Lucas123 writes When the iPhone 5 was launched two years ago, the base $199 (with wireless plan) model came with 16GB of flash memory. Fast forward to this week when the iPhone 6 was launched with the same capacity. Now consider that the cost of 16GB of NAND flash has dropped by more than 13% over the past two years. So why would Apple increase capacity on its $299 model iPhone 6 to 64GB (eliminating the 32GB model), but but keep the 16GB in the $199 model? The answer may lie in the fact that the 16GB iPhone is, and has been, by far the best selling model. IHS analyst Fang Zhang believes Apple is using that to push users to its iCloud storage service. Others believe restricting storage capacity allows Apple to afford the new features, like NFC and biometrics.

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‘I could not be happier!’ Ricki-Lee Coulter poses makeup free as she enjoys a weekend on the couch following tough training for Dancing with the Stars Australia

She’s already endured a few dancing injuries. So it’s no surprise that Ricki-Lee Coulter is enjoying having a break from training for Dancing with the Stars Australia.

James Milner learning SPANISH to communicate with Manchester City team-mates

Manchester City midfielder James Milner has been having Spanish lessons for the last couple of years, revealed his former club colleague Micah Richards.

JONATHAN TROTT EXCLUSIVE: I never wanted the night to end – when it did, I knew I’d have to go and play cricket again

MATT LAWTON: Earlier this summer, Jonathan Trott would drive to Edgbaston and his muscles would be begging his brain to take him anywhere but the ground. They wanted to stop

Casey Batchelorin vibrant bikini as she enjoys Dubai beach

Casey Batchelor couldn’t help but pull her favourite poses while she enjoyed a second beach day in Dubai on Friday.

BBC’s Amanda Thomson gives up job to create Skinny Champagne

BBC broadcaster Amanda Thomson became so obsessed with creating a low sugar fizz that she gave up her job to pursue the dream.

Little Master’s little master: Sachin Tendulkar’s son blasts ton in school match

Sachin Tedulkar's 15-year-old son could be a chip off the old block judging by his exploits in a school tournament in India. Arjun Tendulkar hit 118 from 42 balls.

Truce falls apart as PM vows: Now the English voices must be heard 

David Cameron's promise, made hours after Scotland's resounding No vote, would bar Scottish MPs from having a say on issues in England.

John Terry proves straight sets table tennis victory against Jamie Redknapp by filming his own CCTV footage of the match

Chelsea captain John Terry took to Instagram on Friday to boast about a straight sets table tennis win against Sportsmail columnist and former Liverpool midfielder Jamie Redknapp.

Sinead O’Connor slams Kylie Minogue’s pert posterior

Having achieved worldwide success since their musical debuts in the late 1980s, Sinead O'Connor and Kylie Minogue's rock star looks have certainly evolved over the past two decades.

Turkey secures release of hostages held by Islamic State

ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkish intelligence agents brought 46 hostages seized by Islamic State militants in northern Iraq back to Turkey on Saturday after more than three months in captivity, in what President Tayyip Erdogan described as a covert rescue operation.

Jenna Dewan shows off her slender legs in pretty floral maxi dress with daring slit to the thigh

She may have been wearing a maxi-dress, but Jenna Dewan was still flashing a great deal of flesh 

Lindsay Lohan Crashes University 'Fresher's Week' Party!

We're not jealous of these students. Not jealous at all.

5 Lessons the American Girl Books Taught Us About Feminism

This post originally appeared on Bustle.


French jets strike in Iraq, expanding U.S.-led campaign against Islamic State

BAGHDAD/PARIS (Reuters) - French jets struck a suspected Islamic State target in Iraq for the first time on Friday, expanding a U.S.-led military campaign against militants who have seized a third of the country and also control large parts of neighboring Syria.

Julianne Hough goes rocker chic in sheer black blouse and trousers at Katy Perry concert with Malin Akerman

Julianne Hough just finished her first week as a judge on Dancing Wtih The Stars.

Reese Witherspoon shares nostalgic snap from Cruel Intentions with ex Ryan Phillippe and Sarah Michelle Gellar

'Ahh the 90's... #Cruelintentions #TBT,' the 38-year-old actress posted to Instagram with an image of the leading stars from the set of the 1999 movie.

So This Is How You Move a Neighborhood of Houses Across San Francisco

So This Is How You Move a Neighborhood of Houses Across San Francisco

San Francisco's current tech-led boom has seen slick new housing high-rises pop up all across the grid, but Bay Area urban renewal in the 1970s had a very different look. Photographer Dave Glass is a native of the city's Western Addition, and snapped these images of Victorians being driven around town like massive domestic trailers almost 30 years ago.


Respond to Recruiters With Specific Job Titles You’re Interested in

Respond to Recruiters With Specific Job Titles You’re Interested in

Recruiters are always on the prowl for new candidates to fill their client's vacancies. If an offer doesn't interest you, tell the recruiter what opportunities interest you in instead of just saying no.


Sarah Hyland cuddles up to an adorable pooch as she films Modern Family Halloween episode

Sarah Hyland seemed to make a good impression on her new co-star as she was pictured on the Modern Family set this Thursday.

iPhone line sitters in NYC slept in garbage bags and got arrested

iPhone line sitters in NYC slept in garbage bags and got arrestedWaiting for an iPhone used to be fun. According to filmmaker Casey Neistat, iPhone lines don't look like that anymore. Known for viral videos such as "Bike Lanes," "Make It Count," and "The Dark Side of the iPhone 5S Lines," Neistat's latest video documents this past Friday's iPhone lines.

Peter Crouch demonstrates rare turn of pace to leave QPR defender Rio Ferdinand trailing in his wake

Peter Crouch has never been known for his ability to beat players, but Stoke City's colossal striker showed a rare turn of pace against QPR to leave Rio Ferdinand for dead.

Raw wounds that won’t heal: What an unholy mess, by MAX HASTINGS 

David Cameron may have got the No vote he so wanted, but now he faces the unholy mess of devolving powers fairly for all of the UK, writes MAX HASTINGS.

North Korea says imprisoned American tried to become ‘second Snowden’

SEOUL (Reuters) - An American recently sentenced to six years hard labor by a North Korean court pretended to have secret U.S. information and was deliberately arrested in a bid to become famous and meet U.S. missionary Kenneth Bae in a North Korean prison, state media said on Saturday.

Marco van Basten’s assistant accused of leaking sensitive information to the press 

Marco van Basten’s former assistant at Dutch club AZ Alkmaar being accused of leaking sensitive information about his condition to the media.

Miley Cyrus ditches prosthetic bottom during Mexico Bangerz tour gig

It seems Miley Cyrus thought it was time to go back to flaunting her natural assets as she hit the stage in Mexico on Friday night.

T Magazine: Small Boxy Bags That Make a Big Statement

A small square accessory that’s roomy enough for every day.

SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX  QUALIFYING – LIVE: Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg battle for pole position under the lights  

Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg will resume their battle for the Formula One title in qualifying for Sunday's Singapore Grand Prix. PHIL DUNCAN has the action from the Marina Bay Circuit.

​Google for iOS updated with TV recommendations, better transit cards

We know, all your friends rushing out to buy new iPhones and you're stuck with that 'outdated' iPhone 5s you just bought. That's what happens when you go swimming without checking your pockets first. Still, it's not all bad: there's a Google for iOS...

Ashley Young reveals Manchester United team-mates have pranked him about pigeon incident

Ashley Young has revealed that his Manchester United team-mates have played pranks on him about the incident that saw bird excrement flying into his mouth during the 2-1 loss to Swansea.

Actor Orlando Jones Filmed His ‘Bullet Bucket Challenge’ To Fight ‘Apathy’ On Racial Issues

While the ALS ice bucket challenge took the social media scene by storm, actor Orlando Jones made headlines in August for posting his own “bullet bucket challenge” to speak out in the wake of Michael Brown’s death.

In an interview with HuffPost Live host Josh Zepps, Jones said he was compelled to film his own version of the challenge because the situation in Ferguson seemed all too familiar.

“Honestly, it sort of felt like I’d seen it before, you know, different places in the world we’ve seen it before,” he said. “And I think I thought I can no longer stand by and act like this is cool. So for me, it was just wanting apathy to go away, because it’s a disease we can fix. We can fix these problems, we just have to talk to each other.”

He looked to baseball icon Jackie Robinson, who made history in 1947 as the first black major league player, as an example of one way society can dismantle institutionalized racism today.

“I truly believe that when you look at what Jackie Robinson did, had he stood outside of that organization and yelled at it, it might still be the same,” he said. “But becoming a part of it and people getting to know each other as people often brings about great change because we get to know each other, and our humanity is now front and center.”

Watch the full HuffPost Live interview with Orlando Jones here.

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As Hercule Poirot’s cat lookalike becomes an internet sensation, meet the other TV sleuths with a feline likeness 

Stache is not the only cat that looks like a TV detective. There's a Siamese that looks like Helen Mirren in Prime Suspect - and a grumpy cat that resemblances Clouseau.

Alex Salmond quits telling supporters they won’t get another vote for a generation 

A downcast First Minister held his farewell press conference to hand-picked journalists at his Edinburgh residence.

Thousands of Syrian Kurds flee to Turkey as Islamic State advances

SURUC Turkey (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of Syrian Kurds have crossed into Turkey in the past 24 hours, fleeing an advance by Islamic State fighters who have seized dozens of villages close to the border and are advancing on a Syrian town.

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall says son Oscar shoots squirrels to eat 

Animal rights campaigners have attacked TV chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall after he admitted his son shoots squirrels for dinner at his River Cottage farm in Devon, pictured,

Emile Heskey shows he really CAN hit a cow’s a*** with a banjo!

You know that popular saying, about Emile Heskey, a cow and a banjo... well, the ex-Liverpool striker has gone a long way to disproving the theory.

Margot Robbie flaunts her toned pins in ripped denim cut-offs as she arrives in Los Angeles  

Margot Robbie certainly had heads turning as she landed at Los Angeles airport on Friday.

Russian youth football match turns ugly very quickly escalating into mass brawl 

Youth football is where players learn the ropes and get used to competitive action as they look to make the step up to the first team but a Russian Youth match quickly escalates to more than just a match.

Ikea’s develops no screws required range held together by wooden plugs

It's the moment thousands of us dread – coming back from Ikea to the frustrating prospect of assembling the new furniture yourself. Now the company has created a system that 'click's together.

Go black and white this Halloween: 7 irresistible DIY decor ideas

50 Simple Ways to Make Someone Happy


It doesn't take a lot to make someone smile.

It's the small acts of kindness, like taking the time to hand write a note or making the effort to remember your friend's favorite coffee order, that can make a big difference in someone's day.

See also: 50 Little Things That Make Life Happy

We asked Mashable staff members to share their favorite ways to make someone else's day. Share your own favorite small acts of kindness in the comments below

Now go out there and turn someone's morning around. Read more...

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Why the Women’s Empowerment Movement Is So Important


We're currently experiencing a global gender revolution. Women are not only finding their voices — they’re using them.

And we can't afford to ignore the dormant social and economic power that lies within those voices. Diminishing the importance of women means failing to make use of humankind's full potential.

See also: What to Expect From This Year's Fascinating Social Good Summit

The topic of women's empowerment is ripe for conversation, and there are multiple panels at this year’s Social Good Summit to help push the topic forward and bring these critical issues to light.

As the Summit approaches, several LinkedIn Influencers have contributed their thoughts on the issues that matter most to them. Below, we have excerpts from three Influencers who share a passion for including women in global issues at all levels. Read more...

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How Android Wear could come to the iPhone

Commentary: The Apple Watch may be the device that Apple plans as an accessory for its phone users. But companies selling Android Wear would still want iPhone customers, and some iPhone owners might want Android Wear.

Alex Salmond could have led Scotland to brink of divorce from rest of UK

His lifetime’s ambition was to remove Scotland from the United Kingdom and, in that endeavour, history will reflect that he failed, writes JONATHAN BROCKLEBANK.

Fear in the Poconos: residents ordered to stay home during …

ArcSoft Drops TotalMedia Theatre

arcsoft-logoOne of the key components in any home theater PC is the ability to play Blu-ray discs. For years there have been two many options that people have used: Cyberlink PowerDVD and ArcSoft TotalMedia Theatre. ArcSoft’s offering was the overwhelming favorite for the DMZ contributors, as seen in our recent post detailing our Media Center PCs.

Unfortunately, we’re now down to one option. With no warning ArcSoft has completely removed TotalMedia Theatre from their site. A reader first pointed out to us that the software was no long available on the site. Later, an ArcSoft employee stated the following in their support forums:

TotalMedia Theatre is currently unavailable for sale on our site. This is intentional.

Later, the same employee added this:

Official statement is it’s been “discontinued for strategic business reasons”.

We’ll keep a close eye on the situation to see if they reverse course. We’re also looking at what other options exist for users that might not be as well known. In the meantime, what are you using for Blu-ray playback on your home theater PC?

Sources: Twitter and ArcSoft Forum

The Queen responds to Scottish referendum decision 

Queen Elizabeth has today said that the whole of the UK will respect the decision of Scotland to remain within the Union following yesterday's referendum vote.

Nicole Trunfio sports ring on THAT finger in Postcards from Dubai Instagram posts

Posing in front of the world's tallest building is the sort of Instagram shot you'd expect from someone on holidays, but for Nicole Trunfio, it's all in a days work.
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