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Nick Viall admits there are ‘challenges’ with fiancée

'Vanessa and I have never really pretended, even since After the Final Rose, of trying to be that perfect couple,' Viall said. 'We've been pretty up front of the challenges that come with meeting on TV.'

Vintage 70’s and 80’s tech adverts reveal expensive prices

The vintage ads from both the US and UK promote now-outdated tech at exuberant prices. The adverts highlight how far technology has progressed over the past 70 years.

Paedophile hunters arrested for impersonating officers

Officers arrested the men aged 34 and 43 just a week after Kent Police issued a warning over the activities of paedophile hunters following an incident at Bluewater shopping centre.

EU lawmakers vote to make YouTube fight online hate speech

Video-sharing platforms will have to take measures to protect all citizens from content containing incitement to undermine human dignity or incitement to violence or hatred.

Danielle Bux and Nate Greenwald go for romantic lunch

The 37-year-old model and actress appeared to be making the most of her time before her hands are full, as she was spotted enjoying a romantic lunch date with her beau in Beverly Hills on Monday.

Karen Danczuk’s new look as she ‘stops taking selfies’

Karen Danczuk told MailOnline she is a 'new person' as she launched her campaign to run for Labour in the Bury North seat at the upcoming General Election.

Bella Hadid sports bold orange coat and ripped jeans

The model, 20, flashed a sliver of her toned torso as she headed outside in black ripped jeans and a matching top. The rising model appears on the May cover of ELLE Magazine.

May says ‘strong and stable’ 12 TIMES in one short speech

The Prime Minister stuck relentlessly to the slogan at her latest campaign rally in Bridgend - despite viewers already complaining that they are tired of it.

Drake will be the inaugural host of NBA Awards in June

Drake tweeted Tuesday morning that he'll be 'Hosting first-ever NBA Awards on TNT, June 26th,' encouraging his following to 'tune in.' The show will air live from Manhattan.

Punchestown racegoers battle against the elements

The five-day Punchestown festival in Naas, County Kildare got off to a damp start this afternoon, but it didn't spoil things for glamorous racegoers who arrived festooned in fur, frills and feathers.

Lady Amelia Windsor stars in Penelope Chilvers campaign

The 21-year-old who is the granddaughter of the Queen first cousin filmed the campaign in El Rocio, Andalucia, changing from a silver crop top to a traditional floral flamenco dress.

Ex-teacher Gordon Fleming admits sexually abusing 24 girls

Gordon Fleming, 66, committed the sexual assaults over a five-year period while teaching at primary schools in North Wales.

Ed Sheeran grants terminally ill superfan his dying wish

The Thinking Out Loud singer, 26, was touched by an appeal by the family of six-year-old Ollie Carroll who has Batten Disease

Going to the loo ‘just in case’ could wreck bladder

Most people can hold 300ml to 400ml at a time if they drink two litres a day. Bladder problems affect nine million women and four million men in the UK and is an inevitable part of ageing.

FORTIS Tool Arm gives workers superhuman strength 

Lockheed Martin is giving industrial workers a hand with an Iron Man inspired tool. The FORTIS Tool Arm exoskeleton is capable of supporting up to 50 pounds to help relive fatigue.

The REAL reason we never see Kate Middleton on a horse

Marcia Moody author of Kate: A Biography has revealed the real reason why we never see the Duchess of Cambridge, 35, riding a horse - despite the fact many royals are passionate equestrians.

MS sufferer, 56, who plans to die at a Swiss clinic

Colin Campbell, 56, is so ill that he is barely able to leave his home in Inverness, Scotland. He has booked a date to die at the Lifecircle Clinic in Basel, Switzerland.

SUPER POLLEN could trigger allergy epidemic in Britain

Those living in cities such as London, Birmingham and Manchester are most at risk, Dr Paul Carson, of the British Society for Allergy & Clinical Immunology, said.

Antivirus Webroot Deletes Windows Files, Causes Serious Problems For Users

Users of Webroot's endpoint security product, consumers and businesses alike, had a nasty surprise Monday when the program started flagging Windows files as malicious. From a report: The reports quickly popped up on Twitter and continued on the Webroot community forum -- 14 pages and counting. The company came up with a manual fix to address the issue, but many users still had problems recovering their affected systems. The problem is what's known in the antivirus industry as a "false positive" -- a case where a clean file is flagged as malicious and is blocked or deleted. False positive incidents can range in impact from merely annoying -- for example, when a program cannot run anymore -- to crippling, where the OS itself is affected and no longer boots. The Webroot incident falls somewhere in the middle because it affected legitimate Windows files and sent them to quarantine. This is somewhat unusual because antivirus firms typically build whitelists of OS files specifically to prevent false positive detections.

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Atlas reveals imagery of the Polar Regions seafloor

The Atlas of Submarine Glacial Landforms has been compiled by an international team of over 250 marine geologists and glaciologists over the last four years.

Phil Neville picks his Manchester United dream team

Phil Neville has selected his dream Manchester United line-up to challenge for silverware next season - but it certainly wouldn't come cheap.

Low salt diets may not lower blood pressure

Boston University School of Medicine researchers followed more than 2,600 men and women for 16 years and found that consuming less salt wasn't associated with lower blood pressure.

Mayor reveals she was victim of childhood sex abuse

Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges (pictured) broke her silence on Monday when she revealed that she is a survivor of childhood sexual abuse. She made the revelation on Facebook.

Father and son jump from boat after it suddenly explodes

The horrifying moment a Gold Coast father and son had to jump for their lives after their boat exploded was captured on CCTV, with the 19-year-old just a second from being blown up.

Two dead after explosion on cargo ship Tamar in Atlantic

The captain of the Tamar, a 623-foot Marshall Islands-flagged bulk carrier, reported an explosion in the forward storeroom Monday morning, the US Coast Guard said in a statement.

13 Celebrities Who’ve Shared Their Struggles With Infertility

Roughly a million women in the United States struggle with infertility, broadly defined as the inability to get pregnant after a year of trying. And yet women and couples who are in the thick of struggling to have a baby tend to talk about how isolating and all-consuming it can be.


Thankfully, infertility isn’t the taboo topic it once was, and celebrities have played an important role in changing the narrative.


In honor of National Infertility Awareness Week ― a time to help tear down yet more of the secrecy and misinformation that surrounds fertility difficulties ― here are 13 famous men and women who have opened up about their own challenges and heartbreak to help remind others they’re not alone.


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Kurt Coleman devours a Deliveroo snag at Bunnings

Instagram sensation Kurt Coleman was forced to improvise when he found out that Bunnings sausage sizzles didn't share the same opening hours as 24-7 McDonalds

Children who interrupted BBC interview become cartoons

The two children who gatecrashed their father's interview on the BBC in South Korea with hilarious consequences and became an instant viral hit have now got their own animated TV series.

Kourtney Kardashian ‘threw up in her bed’ in Mexico

The reality TV star is currently on holiday with her sister Kim and some of her closest pals in the five-star resort of Casa Aramara where Kourtney has apparently been drinking a lot.

Teenage hacker who made £400,000 from virus is jailed 

Adam Mudd, now 20, from Kings Langley, Hertfordshire, developed the 'distributed denial of service' (DDoS) tool from his bedroom, and started selling it when he was 16.

Elizabeth Thomas jittery after being kidnapped by teacher

Danielle Thomas, the sister-in-law of Tennessee teen Elizabeth who went missing for five weeks with teacher Tad Cummins, has said the high school freshman is suffering crippling panic attacks.

Scott Baio explains remarks on Erin Moran after backlash

Authorities in Indiana said Monday that Moran likely died from cancer at her home on Saturday aged 56. The actor claimed he made the comments based on speculation of a heroin overdose.

Ronnie O’Sullivan backs Jeremy Corbyn in the election

The five-time snooker world champion announced on Twitter that he has signed up to the party and invited his 360,000 followers to do the same.

Sunderland starlet Duncan Watmore facing second operation

The England Under-21 international, who was effectively ruled out for the rest of the season with anterior cruciate ligament damage last December, may now face a further spell on the sidelines.

Jenny Mollen reveals sex of baby in silly Instagram post

She used a snot-sucker to announce her pregnancy a few weeks ago. And Jenny Mollen kept up the silly Instagram trend when she revealed the sex on Tuesday with a Beyonce misquote

Glaswegian Jack Russell has sex change operation

Molly, the Glaswegian Jack Russell, pictured, underwent the unusual surgery after vets discovered she had both male and female sex organs.

Geologists unearth earliest evidence of multicellular life

A geology professor has found fungus-like life forms in fossilised gas bubbles, taken from samples buried deep underground in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa.

Store clerk wounded after shooting would-be armed robber

An armed man died of gunshot wounds he sustained after he was shot by a store clerk while trying to rob a 7-Eleven store in St. Louis early Monday morning.

Women cut free from cars after smash on east London road

The horror smash involving at least one van and one lorry happened on the A13 Newham Way shortly after 1pm today. Two women were cut from their wrecked cars.

US new-home sales climb to 8-month high in March

U.S. single-family home prices accelerated at a faster pace than expected in February, supported by a low inventory of housing stock,

Parents of children slain by their nanny open up on grief

Marina and Kevin Krim both wrote touching pieces about their grief for Option B, Facebook CEO Sheryl Sandberg's new book, about coping with the murders of their children, Lulu and Leo.

Mexican illegal immigrant ‘raped sleeping 9-year-old girl’

Santiago Martinez-Flores, 48, is accused of breaking in through a window in Clackamas in Oregon and sexually assaulting the child in a bedroom she shared with her five-year-old sister.

Obama will make $400,000 for his first Wall Street speech

President Barack Obama has inked a deal that will bank him $400,000 to speak to a Wall Street firm, following other former presidents onto the speaking circuit gravy train.

Arsenal and Chelsea given 28,000 seats for FA Cup final

The kick-off and ticket allocation details for the 2017 FA Cup final have been unveiled - and there is no change from the previous year's edition, when Manchester United beat Crystal Palace.

Former Sydney bikie tells how we turned his life around

A former bikie enforcer and convicted criminal has described how he turned his life around for the sake of his children. Brent Simpson, from Sydney, now dedicates his life to helping others.

Tottenham star Danny Rose could return for Arsenal game

Tottenham Hotspur left back Danny Rose has a chance of making his return in this weekend's north London derby against Arsenal after recovering from a knee injury.

United 911 calls and surveillance footage released

NBC News obtained new surveillance footage and audio from the United dragging incident at Chicago O'Hare Airport earlier this month.

Luton Golf knocks down a LAMPPOST

The car, traveling in Luton, Bedforshire, was filmed on Monday afternoon in a suburban street in the north of the town by Tom Price and the shocking clip has since been viewed 20,000 times.

Netanyahu cancels talks with German Foreign Minister

Germany has been increasingly critical of the settlement policies of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's right-wing government in territory Palestinians seek for a state.

United ad touting customer service pulled from Tribeca

A United Airlines ad touting its customer service was pulled from the Tribeca Film Festival after it drew laughter by audiences who thought it was too soon after David Dao was drug off a flight.

Pam Pam the cat with hypnotic eyes goes viral on Instagram

Pam Pam, a gorgeous kitty with heterochromia, has racked up more than 74,000 followers on Instagram thanks to her unique eyes.

Thousands of chickens die after lorry crashes into river

Thousands of chickens were killed and more left roaming the countryside after an articulated lorry left the road and crashed into a river near Carmarthen, west Wales.

Joseph Tomanelli killed in plane crash, son survives

Daniel Tomanelli, 21, was hospitalized in the single-engine plane crash that killed his father, 56-year-old Joseph T. Tomanelli, on Monday evening in Wallingford, Connecticut.

Sunderland are ‘near desperation’ claims David Moyes

Sunderland are in a scrap for Premier League survival and will be aiming to end their eight-game winless run when they visit fellow relegation candidates Middlesbrough.

Bachelor vet Chris Soules is arrested in Iowa after crash

The reality star was accused of 'slamming into a tractor trailer, killing the driver and then fleeing the scene,' according to a Tuesday report from TMZ. The crash happened on Monday in Iowa.

Two workmen fell to deaths while renovating luxury flat

Polish workers Tomasz Procko (pictured), 22, and Karol Szymanski, 29, died outside a £3million flat in Cadogan Square, central London, in November 2014.

Wikipedia Founder Jimmy Wales is Launching an Online Publication To Fight Fake News

Jimmy Wales, a founder of Wikipedia, is launching a new online publication which will aim to fight fake news by pairing professional journalists with an army of volunteer community contributors. The news site is called Wikitribune. From a report: "We want to make sure that you read fact-based articles that have a real impact in both local and global events," the publication's website states. The site will publish news stories written by professional journalists. But in a page borrowed from Wikipedia, internet users will be able to propose factual corrections and additions. The changes will be reviewed by volunteer fact checkers. Wikitribune says it will be transparent about its sources. It will post the full transcripts of interviews, as well as video and audio, "to the maximum extent possible." The language used will be "factual and neutral."

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Adorable moment girl refrains from eating favorite food

A Chinese toddler promised to wait for her father and enjoy the fruit together. The three-year-old tried to distract herself, but in the end she failed to resist the temptation and ate two seeds in secret.

Russian dog looks rescued from a freezing river

The rescue took place in the city of Voronezh in south-west Russia and was captured on the smartphone of an impressed onlooker.

Trump to propose massive cut to corporate tax rate

Trump will ask lawmakers to lower the corporate rate from 35 percent down to 15 percent, outdoing his own party and blowing a potential $2.4 trillion hole in the deficit over the next 10 years.

Do YOU know how to pronounce Blue Riband?

Nestle has announced plans to move production of the classic bar to eastern Europe - and it's made social media users realise that the chocolate treat is not in fact called Blue 'Ribbon'.

China ‘bans extreme Islamic baby names’ among Muslims

A list of 29 names have been banned by the government for their 'separatist and religious tendencies', media reported. The reported ban is imposed in a Muslim-dominant region.

‘Artificial womb’ that can keep premature babies alive

The device has successfully been tested on foetal lambs equivalent in age to 23-week-old human infants, according to researchers at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

Former acting AG Sally Yates will testify in Senate

Yates is to appear May 8 along with James Clapper, the former director of national intelligence, at an open hearing on Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

Labour is set for a ‘kicking’ in Wales in general election

Election experts Rallings and Thrasher said the Conservatives and the SNP could look forward to big town hall gains from Labour next week as voters reject Jeremy Corbyn.

Arsenal ready to give Oxlade-Chamberlain £100k-per-week

Arsenal are preparing to make Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain the latest member of their £100,000-per-week club. Talks over a new five-year deal are set to get underway as the club look to retain him.

Can YOU spot the snake hidden between the fallen leaves?

This snap of fallen leaves covering a woodland path seems innocuous - so why is it causing a flurry online? It's because there's a venomous snake lurking in the leaves - can you find it?

Coventry headteacher bans pupils from wearing COATS

Pupils at Cardinal Wiseman Catholic Secondary School in Coventry have been told they can wear jackets to and from school, but must take them off when they are on the grounds.

Palace boss Allardyce ‘wouldn’t swap Benteke for Kane’

Palace forward Benteke has hit five goals in his last five games, a contribution that has played a major factor in the side climbing away from relegation. He has 19 in 37 for club and country.

United is rated as the WORST large airline in the US

Those responding to an American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) study ranked United lower than all large airlines in the survey, which analyzed data from across all sectors.

Florida neighborhood on alert for a monkey on the loose

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is telling people to stay away from a monkey that several people have spotted in Apopka near Orlando in recent days.

Sheikh wants ABC to fire Abdel-Magied for Anzac Day post

A secular Muslim sheikh Mohammad Tawhidi wants Islamic ABC presenter Yassmin Abdel-Magied to be sacked for publishing a 'disrespectful' comment about Anzac Day.

Gran faces jail for causing death by dangerous driving

Teresa Sant, 58, was convicted by a jury of causing death by dangerous driving of the two friends, Victoria Hodge, 42 and Marie-Helene Gieblen, 60 in Plymouth last May.

Klitschko poses for team picture he prepares for Joshua

Wladimir Klitschko is into the final stages of his preparations for taking on Anthony Joshua, and is keeping his friends and allies closer than ever as he trains in the mountains of Austria.

Tottenham must ‘focus’ on Premier League title bid

Mauricio Pochettino has told his players to train their focus on the present and urged Tottenham fans to trust the club to secure the future.

Dog fails jump over a fence at Nobby’s Beach on Gold Coast

Adorable dog Rosie chased a tennis ball over a fence on to a Gold Coast beach, vaulting over the railing before realising the steep drop to the sand below.

Marissa Mayer will make $186MILLION when she leaves Yahoo

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is expected to make $186million when the company is sold to Verizon in June.

‘Homeless marine’ who begged for money online ‘is a fake’

Military veterans have shot holes in the story (pictured) and warn he could be a fraud using a sob story to swindle cash in the naval city of Plymouth, Devon, where the site was set up.

Boy tells off anti-war protesters Anzac Day dawn service

A 12-year-old boy, James Broome-Isa, angrily reprimanded anti-war protesters who unfurled a banner at an Anzac Day wreath laying dawn service at Wellington, New Zealand.

Tram driver doesn’t even flinch as she bulldozes car

Shocking cab CCTV shows the moment the tram driver smashed into a car in Minsk, Belarus. The female driver remains completely poker faced as she ploughs through the car.

Mr Gorilla is still CRAWLING the London Marathon

The man, believed to be Tom Harrison, 40, of the Metropolitan Police, was today seen at the 10-mile mark of the 26-mile run which began on Sunday.

‘Modern day slavery’ at Bristol care home is investigated

The foreign nationals are understood to have been staying in the accommodation, in Bristol, in an arrangement with the national agency, Meridian Drivers.

Schoolgirl who wrote to Google lands first job age seven

Schoolgirl Chloe Bridgewater, from Hereford, melted hearts around the world when she sent a handwritten letter to Google asking for a job for when she grows up.

‘Risky’ school playgrounds increase children’s happiness

Youngsters who spend their lunch break in 'risky' areas are more likely to play with other children and less likely to be bullied, according to researchers from the University of Otago, New Zealand.

Tiffany Trump WILL be heading to law school this fall

Tiffany Trump is planning to attend law school in the fall, making her the first of the academically accomplished Trump children to pursue a juris doctor but no word on what school yet.

Global warming milestone: CO2 level reaches new high

Scientists from the Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii found that levels of carbon dioxide have reached record highs of 410 parts per million (stock image).

Gunman in Fresno shooting speaks out from jail

Kori Ali Muhammad, 39, admitted he was behind the downtown Fresno shooting that killed three white men. He said he went on a rampage because he wanted to end white supremacy.

Wishaw stalker admits sending revenge porn over Whatsapp

Kathleen McConnell (pictured), of Wishaw, Lanarkshire, used the messaging service WhatsApp to send the picture during a month-long campaign after she broke up with her partner.

Ancient ‘technological species’ may have existed on Earth

Professor Jason Wright, an associate professor in astrophysics at Pennsylvania State University, claims an ancient species of alien once lived in our solar system.

Charter Savings launches best-buy fixed rate savings deals

Charter Savings Bank has boosted the interest on its 18-month and one-year fixed rate savings deals, which go straight to the top of the best-buy tables.

Tory attack ad brands Jeremy Corbyn a security risk

The brutal video comes just days after Mr Corbyn enraged military chiefs by suggesting he might scrap Britain’s Trident nuclear deterrent – directly contradicting his own party policy.

Nasdaq hits 6,000 for the first time EVER

The Nasdaq crossed the 6,000 threshold on Tuesday, aided by gains in a handful of large-cap tech names, more than seventeen years after it last marked a 1,000 point milestone.

Gamers in Hawaii Can’t Compete… Because of Latency

Sometimes it's very important to know that the servers of the web services you're using are situated somewhere in your neighbourhood. And it's not just because of privacy concerns. The Outline has a story this week in which it talks about gamers in Hawaii who're increasingly finding it difficult to compete in global tournaments because the games' servers are almost every time placed overseas. From the article: [...] The game's server is in Chicago. That means if you live in the Midwest, your computer can communicate with it almost instantaneously. If you're in L.A., it can take roughly 60 milliseconds. But if you're in Hawaii, it can take 120 milliseconds, with some players reporting as long as 200 milliseconds. And at the highest echelons of competitive video gaming, milliseconds matter. [...] In League and other eSports games, playing on a high ping is a big disadvantage. The goal of the game is to set up defenses to protect your base while pushing forward to capture the enemy's base, and there are typically lightning bolts and fireballs and slime-spitting dragons shooting across the screen. Playing on a high ping means players may not see all of the action that happens in a game. Latency can really screw things up for a young eSports scene, said Zack Johnson, who runs gg Circuit, a global tournament provider for gaming centers like PC Gamerz. Players on the mainland sometimes say they don't want to compete against Hawaii players, he said, because the high ping throws things off.

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Migrants are jailed years for raping a woman in Sweden

The three men, aged 18 to 24, were arrested in January in Uppsala, north of Stockholm, after police received tips about the rape streaming in a closed Facebook group of 60,000 members.

Arsenal players in high spirits as they train

The Gunners players were in an upbeat mood as they trained fully for the first time since Sunday's morale-boosting FA Cup semi-final victory over Manchester City at Wembley.

Webroot anti-virus glitch causes misery for millions

Colorado firm Webroot's anti-virus software began quarantining files needed by Windows to operate after an update designed to allow combat the latest online threats was sent out yesterday.

Newborn baby gorilla gazes in wonder at the big wide world

The infant, which is yet to be named, was born to mother Touni and father Jock, the silverback leader of a family of Western lowland gorillas at Bristol Zoo on Saturday.

The moment three men ‘steal’ an alleyway’s PAVEMENT

CCTV footage shows one of the men glancing into the homeowner's back garden in the Didsbury area of Manchester to check nobody is in, before they comb the area for loose paving stones.

Robot stabs between a man’s fingers with a knife in video

An industrial robot made by Swiss robotics manufacturer Staubli was reprogrammed for the reckless prank. The sharp blade of the bot is seen narrowly missing cutting off digits in the video.

Marathon picture woman reveals why she was so impressed

Kim Wright was pictured apparently looking shocked at a runner's wardrobe malfunction during the London Marathon but has revealed she was actually checking on her boyfriend.
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