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France's President Emmanuel Macron and wife Brigitte are being received with a grand welcome to the White House this morning by U.S. President Donald Trump and wife Melania. The French first couple arrived at the president's mansion just after 9 am by limousine, where they were greeted by a military band on the White House's South Lawn. A decadent ceremony reserved only for the most formal celebrations, the Macrons are the first guests of Trump's tenure to be honored with such decadence. President Trump in remarks said that the occasion of the Macrons' visit, the first state visit of his presidency, is a 'fitting' tribute to the 'leader of America's oldest ally' and 'testimony to the enduring friendship that binds our two nations.' 'Now is the time for strength. So let us be strong. Let us be united,' President Trump said in conclution. 'And let the United States and France stand forever in solidarity for the noble cause of liberty and peace.' White House officials, including Ivanka Trump and John  Kelly, and Cabinet secretaries lined up on the lawn in anticipation. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross were front and center. The first lady's parents were also present for the occasion. On the French side, the defense, economic, foreign affairs, and education ministers and the ambassador to the United States and Members of Parliament arrived first and greeted U.S. officials. Presidents Trump and Macron again met with European pecks on the cheek. The couples then made their way through a receiving line of officials before mounting a platform where they stood in full view of the South Lawn for the playing of the French and U.S. national anthems and the burst of several cannons. The first ladies wore white and off-white, Melania Trump in a stark  white suit with a broad-rimmed hat and Brigitte Macron in a cream suit and jacket with black trim.

Trump's VA nominee Ronny Jackson accused of drinking on the job

Confirmation hearings for Rear Admiral Ronny Jackson (left, and right with Trump), the President's personal doctor, were delayed while senators investigated if damning claims were true and could wreck his chances. They were already concerned he lacked the management experience to run the second-biggest government agency. The military doctor is best known for his glowing review of President Trump's health after his first physical in January, which was met with intense sceptcism. Admiral Jackson was to replace the scandal-plagued David Shulkin, who Trump fired last month.

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Experts fear the test could cause a gender 'genocide' of abortions in India and China where parents prefer to have male children and will often abort female infants.

The claims were made by the Rand Corporation, a non-profit based in Santa Monica, California, that offers research and analysis to the United States armed forces on global policy issues.

Who is ‘socially awkward’ Toronto van attack suspect Alek Minassian?

Social media posts by Alek Minassian, 25, (left, in a courtroom sketch on Tuesday) paint a picture of an angry young man, who was furious that women rejected his sexual advances. In one post, he refers to the rebellion of 'incels' - a term used to refer to men who have been made 'involuntarily celibate' because women will not have sex with them. He also praised 'the Supreme Gentleman Elliot Rodger!' Rodger (inset) massacred six people at the University of California Santa Barbara in 2014, before killing himself. Meanwhile, the first of his ten victims has been named as Anne Marie D'Amico (right), an employee at Invesco investment management firm, which has its headquarters on Yonge Street, Toronto - the same street where the attack occurred.

Anne Marie D'Amico, a worker at Invesco Canada, was the first casualty of Monday's deadly van attack in Toronto to be identified. Nine other people were killed and 15 were left injured.

Alek Minassian, 25, was arrested on Monday about 26 minutes after he allegedly drove a white rental van into a crowd and sent bodies flying in Toronto.

Morgan Freeman smiles and denies knowledge of E'Dena Hines' texts

NEW Academy Award winner Morgan Freeman professed total ignorance of allegations that he and his slain step-granddaughter, E'Dena Hines (right), had been in a sexual relationship before her death. A photographer confronting The Shawshank Redemption star in Los Angeles on Monday and asking him about the scandalous revelations that emerged last week in Manhattan Criminal Court during the murder trial of Lamar Davenport (inset).

Guillermo Suarez, 31, has been charged with intoxicated manslaughter after driving on the wrong side of the road along a freeway in Dallas. He hit mother-of-one Amberly McCrae, 23, head on.

What Kate Middleton and Prince William said during the royal baby photocall

The royal baby, Prince William and Kate Middleton’s third child, was born on April 23, St George’s Day at 11.01am. Kate went into labour around 6am, and six hours after birth the royal baby’s siblings, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, went to meet their baby brother. The baby boy, weighing 8lbs 7oz, is now fifth in line to the throne, meaning Prince Andrew now drops down to sixth in the line of succession. The new prince of Cambridge is the heaviest baby born to an heir in over 100 years

Auntie Pippa and Eugenie become first visitors to see Kate and the new royal arrival 

Prince William (left) appeared to be unshaven and looked tired this afternoon as he and the Duchess of Cambridge settle into life as a family of five after bringing their new baby son home to West London from hospital yesterday. Pregnant Pippa Middleton (right) today visited her new royal nephew, with Kate's 34-year-old sister seen leaving the palace this afternoon after spending two hours with the newborn baby, who is fifth-in-line to the throne. Her visit came before gun salutes were fired in Hyde Park and Tower Bridge to mark the birth. Meanwhile Prince Charles, who will soon visit his new grandson, said today: 'We are both so pleased at the news. It is a great joy to have another grandchild, the only trouble is I don't know how I am going to keep up with them.' The Cambridges took their new baby home from St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington yesterday (bottom inset). Princess Eugenie of York (top inset) also arrived, wearing a turquoise patterned blouse in a chauffeured car, to welcome her first cousin once removed into the family.

Twitter users from around the world have been taking to the social network to offer some very tongue-in-cheek ideas on what the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge might decide to call their newborn son.

The Duchess, 36, is extending her maternity leave until the autumn after baby number three, even though she was back on duty within six weeks of George's birth and two months of Charlotte's.

Royal baby: How Kate Middleton's son will fit in at Kensington Palace

The new Prince (main picture) will be introduced to a surprisingly ‘normal’ life in Apartment 1A at Kensington Palace, write RICHARD KAY and GEOFFREY LEVY. By last night everything had been made ready in the Peter Rabbit-themed nursery (inset) to welcome home George and Charlotte’s new baby brother. The key figure today is Maria Borrallo, 47, (right with George and the Queen) the stern-looking, but engagingly personable, nanny who has been with the couple since the arrival of George. For the moment, at least, William will be doing the school run. It’s usually Kate, who will be keen to get back into her routine as soon as possible, listening to poppy Capital Radio over breakfast — just as Princess Diana did when William and Harry were toddlers – before anonymously joining the rush-hour traffic every morning at the wheel of a Range Rover to drop off the children.

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The new mother , 36, accessorised her red shift dress with a pair of diamond and pearl drop earrings belonging to  Her Majesty as she made her first appearance with her newborn prince.

Kate Middleton gave birth to her third child with Prince William on Monday, April 23. Fans of the Royal family are anxiously waiting to learn who has been chosen as the baby's godparents.

Melania wriggles her fingers away as Trump tries to hold her hand during awkward photocall with French president and his wife

Melania Trump appeared to wriggle her fingers away from her husband's on Tuesday as he tried gingerly to grasp her hand during an awkward photocall with the loved-up French President and First Lady. The foursome were having their photograph taken on the South Lawn after a welcome ceremony to mark President Emmanuel Macron's visit to Washington, the first state visit of Trump's presidency. The two presidents stood next to each other with their wives on either side and all four posed formally for the moment, with their hands by their sides.

On Sunday, Stormy Daniels released her first porn video since the Trump scandal. In January, it was revealed that she and Trump had an affair in 2006.

Trump wipes 'DANDRUFF' off the shoulder of President Macron on camera telling the media 'We have to make him perfect'

On Tuesday, President Trump brushed dandruff off French President Emmanuel Macron's suit, in a show of their cozy relationship. 'We have a very special relationship, in fact I'll get that little piece of dandruff off,' Trump said Tuesday as the two leaders were seated in the Oval Office. 'We have to make him perfect – he is perfect.' It's been quite le bromance between the two leaders since the Macrons arrived at the West Wing Monday afternoon.

Radio host Ebro Darden said he spoke with Kanye at the weekend after he backed Trump supporter Candace Owens on Twitter, and that during their talk the rapper said: 'I love Donald Trump'.

Melania Trump and Brigitte Macron wear matching white suits

President Donald Trump, his wife Melania, French President Emmanuel Macron, and his wife Brigitte posed together at the White House this morning. They stood side-by-side at the State Arrival Ceremony. Brigitte, 65, wore a short white skirt suit with black accents, while Melania, 47, matched a white hat to her skirt and belted suit jacket, by Michael Kors. The foursome barely smiled as they posed for pictures in their coordinated outfits. First daughter Ivanka Trump also got the memo, wearing black and white in the audience.

A challenger to Sen. Elizabeth Warren says his free speech rights are being violated by a city that wants him to take down a sign calling himself a 'real Indian' and Warren a fake one.

The museum already has wax statues of President Donald Trump at both its Washington and New York locations. The pair will be posed together in a mock Oval Office for paying customers to see.

Trump and Emmanuel Macron dine out at Mount Vernon with their wives

President Donald Trump and Emmanuel Macron enjoyed an unlikely double date with their wives at George Washington's house as the French president's visit to the US kicked off on Monday. The leaders and their spouses hopped on a helicopter bound for Mount Vernon, Washington's historic riverside home, for a private dinner before the leaders sat down for talks. On the weighty agenda were topics including security, trade and the Iran nuclear deal.

A day earlier, the White House seemed unwilling to rule out a future pardon for Cohen, who is facing a criminal probe over hush-money payments to women who claim to have bedded the president.

Bryon Hefner, 30, was released on personal recognizance Tuesday after appearing in Suffolk Superior Court to face charges of sexual assault, distributing nude photos and criminal lewdness.

Kourtney Kardashian takes DC! Reality star lobbies congress over cosmetic laws

NEW Kourtney Kardashian is in DC to lobby members of congress in Washington D.C. on Tuesday in a bid to regulate and reform laws on cosmetics. The 39-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashians star and mother of three attended a news conference before testifying.  She dressed in suit for the occasion.  

Nicole Mitchell, 46, could not believe her eyes when she was opened the DHL parcel, that contained confidential documents destined for the US Embassy in London, instead of shampoo.

Researchers from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York, claim that heading may cause brain injury and, as players are in control, the consequences can be prevented.

Experts say a 50 megaton underwater nuclear bomb would be able to create tsunami waves reaching more than 320ft - Russia's Status-6 submarine drone is reportedly able to carry a 100 megaton bomb.

An independent scientist and a physicist from Harvard believe that the huge gravity of 'super-Earths' would be so strong aliens would be unable to build rockets that could reach space.

Damian Lewis is unrecogniseable as Rob Ford in Run This Town

Damian Lewis has completely transformed to portray former Toronto Mayor Rob Ford in his next film, Run This Town. On Monday, the usually svelte British actor was utterly unrecognizable on set as he walked around in a fat suit and a thick layer of make-up and prosthetics.

While losing weight would be the biggest game-changer, researchers found a dip in a jacuzzi is an effective short-term measure to prevent heart woes from ovarian cysts common in the obese.

Waffle House hero James Shaw Jr breaks down in tears at vigil

James Shaw Jr, 29, teared up as he addressed a cheering crowd at a Nashville church (left), many calling out to thank him for wrestling the gun away from the shooter before more people were killed, suffering minor injuries (right). 'This is the first time I've seen her since the incident,' he said of his four-year-old daughter Brooklyn whom he held under one arm while clutching a microphone with his bandaged right hand (left). 'I actually tied to count the hairs on her eyelashes just because I was like, I almost didn't see you anymore.' Mr Shaw rushed gunman Travis Reinking (left inset) as he reloaded his AR-15 rifle after shooting dead four people in the Nashville Waffle House in the early hours of Sunday. Others then set up a GoFundMe to reward him for his bravery, raising $50,000 in nine hours (right inset). Reinking was arrested on Monday afternoon, hours before the vigil, after a 36-hour manhunt.

Three missing Mexican students were killed last month in the western state of Jalisco and their bodies dissolved in acid after criminals confused them with members of a rival gang. 

The list spells out in detail exactly the kind of offences that could see you banned from the site - or even arrested. It includes making credible violent threats or revelling in sexual violence.

Because she's worth it: Hillary Clinton supports campaign megadonor and shows off her new easy, breezy look at Beautycon appearance

Hillary Clinton proved herself to be a loyal friend over the weekend as she stopped by Beautycon in New York City. The unannounced appearance was all in support of the event's founder Maj Mahdara, a Clinton megadonor who helped with the campaign's efforts to target younger voters. Those efforts did not succeed at landing Clinton in the Oval Office, leaving her free instead to play the role of contourer-in-chief on Sunday. And while Clinton was happy to highlight her cheekbones, she once again tried to downplay the cast on her arm from a bathtub fall she had in India earlier this year.

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Nxivm leader Allison Mack ‘tried to recruit Emma Watson’ to sex cult

Smallville actress Allison Mack (centre) reportedly tried to lure high-profile feminists Emma Watson (right) and Kelly Clarkson (left) into her disturbing sex cult in a series of ominous tweets. The 35-year-old is accused of recruiting slaves into the secretive Nxivm cult before its founder Keith Raniere (bottom left) allegedly subjected them to humiliating acts. Raniere's and Mack's initials were branded onto the pelvic area of women who joined the organisation, which has a large base in Albany, New York. Now it has emerged Mack tried to recruit Harry Potter actress Watson and singer Clarkson, both known for championing feminism and supporting women's rights, into the degrading cult.

Meghan's mother Doria Ragland enjoys a long hike with her dogs in LA

Doria Ragland, 61, stepped out in a tank top and patterned purple leggings as she went for the long walk near her California home. The mother-of-one finished off her casual ensemble with shades and a Converse trainers, along with a blue belt bag. She looked relaxed as she enjoyed the day out in the sunshine with her two pooches.

'I said so many times - I'm going to die': Avicii said he was pressured into doing gigs despite his health problems and panic attacks in haunting documentary filmed before his death

In a recent documentary, Tim 'Avicii' Bergling himself says he is 'going to die' if he does not stop performing, and the Swedish DJ adds that he has told his management this 'so many times'. It shows Bergling breaking the news of his retirement to an all-but convinced team of managers and business associates before telling the world, saying he had not expected them to 'try to pressure me into doing gigs'. The Swede had been hospitalised several times due to alcohol abuse and suffered from acute pancreatitis. He had also been open about having mental health issues.

Florida school shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz should continue to be represented in the death penalty case by a public defender at taxpayer expense, a judge ruled Tuesday.

London-based jewellers Diamond Rocks have compiled a guide to the most dazzling royal engagement rings through the years - from Wallis Simpson through to Princess Eugenie.

Colorado powerlifter punches man who grabbed her in Dublin

Leanna Carr, 26, (main) from Colorado, said she was walking down a street in Dublin when she was groped, before 'laughing hysterically' at her shock before she slugged him on the cheekbone - posting a photo of her bruised knuckles online (inset). After delivering the stunning blow, the fitness model angrily yelled 'don't ever touch a girl like that again, I could get you arrested', which made the man angry before an older couple intervened.

15-year-old Lukas Mironovas and his two friends were arrested for allegedly strangling and stabbing his mother Kimberly Mironovas to death Sunday at her Maine home.

The ship that's part theme park, part hotel sets sail for New York on maiden voyage: Norwegian Bliss has a two-deck Go-Kart track where racers reach 30mph and multi-storey water slides

The outlandish track is the largest competitive race track at sea and a first for any North America-based cruise ship. The two-level electric car race track sits at the top of deck 19 on the 20-deck vessel and will offer amazing views as guests seek the fastest time. The vessel left Southampton for New York on Saturday on her maiden voyage.

NRA claimed that Yeti had suddenly wanted to cut ties with the organization. In protest, gun rights advocates filled their $500 coolers with explosives and shot them in protest.

Hilarious pictures show what happens when employees that just can’t be bothered

The collection of snaps posted by internet users from around the world show the creative solutions devised by employees to save time and money. Pictured clockwise from top left: An air vent built on the outside of a decorative balcony; a door rendered useless by a misplaced handrail; a half-painted clock that was hung in the wrong place; a staircase to nowhere; doors that lead out onto nothing; a poor alternative to moving an electricity unit.

The 35-year-old elephant, named Beong Kok, sparked outrage when he ran away and rampaged through a village, damaging houses in Sen Monorom, Cambodia, last month.

Meredith Chapman was found dead Monday along with an unnamed woman inside a home in Radnor Township, Pennsylvania, where she had recently moved for a new job at Villanova University.

Married couple starts a polyamorous relationship with a younger woman after the wife fell

Joey Triplett, 37, and his wife Crystal Triplett (pictured right in both main pictures, and inset left), 35, met in 2001 and married in 2004, with their son Jamison arriving five years later. But 12 years into their marriage, Crystal befriended Jamie (pictured left in both main pictures), now 23, at a car club meet and an intense attraction blossomed between them. Joey, a part-time police officer, said that by the time Crystal told him she had feelings for Jamie, he 'kind of already knew'. In turn, Jamie reassured Joey and Crystal that she didn't want to break the young family up. Within months, Jamie had moved into the family's home in Cecil, Arkansas, as Crystal's girlfriend. But it wasn't long before feelings started to develop between Joey and Jamie.

'Racist' prom-posal posted to Snapchat by Florida student sparks outrage

A Florida high school student who held a 'racist' sign asking a girl to prom has been ridiculed on social media. Noah Crowley from Riverview High School in Sarasota wrote on a large white placard: 'If I was black I'd be picking cotton, but I'm white so I'm picking u 4 prom?' The 18-year-old's so called 'prom-proposal' was posted to Snapchat by his date along with two heart emojis. The picture sparked outrage and quickly went viral.

Researchers from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem add to previous studies that have linked paracetamol to communication problems and reduced IQs among children.

Spotify is revamping its free app so that users can play up to 15 Spotify playlists on demand with the ability to play or skip songs in any order. The firm unveiled the new app at an event on Tuesday.

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Michigan high school golfer is attacked by very irate goose

Isaac Couling (inset) was playing for Concord High School in a Michigan tournament when the goose ambushed him when he walked too close to a nest, knocking him down in hilarious photos. After cowering on the grass as the goose pecked at him from above, Isaac got up and tried to run away but tripped and upended himself in spectacular fashion. Fortunately, the unlucky teen continued his round of golf after the goose taught him a lesson, with nothing hurt but 'his pride'.

A 36-year-old woman 'orally satisfied' a man, 38, on the S5 train between Jannowitzbrücke and Berlin Ostbahnhof stations at around 11.30am on Sunday, police said.

Attorney Judith Miller is suing for discrimination after being told she should use the men's restroom to express breast milk when she reported for jury duty at Chicago's Daley Center on October 2.

NEW The unusual activity was observed in the ant species Azteca brevis, which lead author Markus Schmidt says he first encountered in Costa Rica's Piedras Blancas National Park in 1999.

NEW The bug was first reported by security researcher Kate Temkin, based in Denver, Colorado, who released a proof-of-concept code dubbed Fusée Gelée - or, Frozen Rocket.

Researchers from the University of Kansas have discovered that some species of stonefish have a nightmarish switchblade mechanism, located just below the eye, with one on each cheek.

Many skip their first meal in a bid to cut down on calories, including actress Joanna Lumley, but a Mayo Clinic study of 350 adults has shown that short-term tactic is flawed in the long-run.

The party in India went horribly wrong when the candle on the birthday cake was lit and hydrogen balloons burst into flames, forcing the birthday girl to flee in fear.

A man posing as an Uber driver in Athens, Georgia, has been charged with rape and sexual battery after allegedly raping one woman and inappropriately touching another in his car.

A study from Pennsylvania State University has revealed that zinc deficiencies, which affect 80 percent of women, can cause infertility by inhibiting the development of eggs.

Physical and mental activities are both important to older people's health, but mental tasks can be more exhausting than physical ones, a Clarkson University study found.

Oklahoma woman is in 'imminent danger' after being kidnapped

Morgan Rower was taken from her apartment in Tulsa by Justin Korf, 39, at around 9.30pm on Monday. Police say she was trying to call 911 to report a domestic dispute at time. Friends said they were dating and had been arguing about cheating. Authorities in Oklahoma say Korf is driving white 1999 Dodge Durango with Oklahoma plates.  He was last seen driving south, they said.

Dr Aina Casaponsa and Dr Panos Athanasopoulos from Lancaster University explain how different languages can alter how we see the world.

Experts at Exeter University says the 'superconcrete'  is more than twice as strong and four times more water resistant than existing concretes.

Cove Bowling Lanes in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, was frequented by filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen when they studied at nearby Simons Rock College.

Pet owners have been sharing snaps of their cats standing on two paws, appearing entirely upright; the trend began after one Twitter user shared a photo of her friend's daughter's cat Frank standing up.

Chicago White Sox pitcher Danny Farquhar, 31, is 'progressing well' after undergoing emergency surgery to reduce swelling from a brain aneurysm, his team said Monday.

Speculation is mounting that Reza Shah Pahlavi's remains have been unearthed after a body was found at a Shiite shrine near the site of a former royal mausoleum in Iran's capital, Tehran.

Canadian Sebastian Woodroffe, 41, had been accused by villagers of murdering the indigenous medicine woman in the Peruvian region of Ucayali and was killed in revenge by a 'mob'.

The Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency has changed the licence for sodium valproate, which controls electrical functions in the brain to prevent life-threatening seizures.

The backdoor trojan was found within large international corporations on machines used to control high-tech imaging devices such as X-ray and MRI scanners.

Hamilton Township Officer Darcy Workman apologized for tasing firefighter Rickey Wagoner, so she made him a cake iced with an unusual message: 'Sorry I tased you.'

Twitter user shares photos of the weirdest toilets in the world

A Twitter user has unearthed snaps of some of the weirdest toilets and bathrooms around the world, and shared what she found on social media. Pictured clockwise from top left: A toilet perched at the top of a flight of steps; his and hers seats connected to a bathtub; going to the toilet here would mean doing so with an audience; perhaps the most impractical of the bunch; whoever is responsible for this bathroom clearly spends a lot of time in there; and a loo where there will always be toilet paper to hand.

'Nu couché (sur le côté gauche)' - meaning reclining nude on the left side - was part of a 1917 show that Modigliani put on in Paris which caused such a stir that it had to be shut down by the police.

A teenage girl has been shot multiple times during an apparent drive-by shooting. The girl was shot late on Tuesday night about 11pm in Guildford, western Sydney according to reports.

Although classified as dangerous and forced to report to police every day, authorities claim Sami A. cannot be sent back to his Tunisian homeland because the risk of torture would be too high.

Ekaterina Klementieva, 25, had wanted to 'surprise' her husband by increasing her 34B bust and unknown to him had secretly saved £2,150 to cover the surgery, a court was told in Magnitogorsk, Russia.

A trio of Port Authority police officers delivered a baby girl in the middle of rush hour 100 feet from the tollbooth entrance to New York City's Lincoln Tunnel when a woman went into labor in an Uber.

Ivana Vladislava, 26, from Berlin, has spent over £110,000 to look like a plastic human doll, undergoing 16 cosmetic procedures- but she still wants more surgery to achieve her 'perfect' look.

A tourist has been punished by instant karma after trying to push a monkey into a pond at a Chinese temple. The animal quickly turned around and attacked him, scratching his hand.

She's not usually one to talk about current events. But the reality starlet chimed in to express her support for the people of Armenia Monday after their prime minister was forced from office.

Millions in China have watched a little boy toying with a shotgun online before police stepped in to confiscated the illegally possessed weapon. The child's family filmed and uploaded the video online.

The 5.2 magnitude earthquake struck the Samsat district of Turkey's southeastern Adiyaman province at just after 3.30am local time on Tuesday.

Scientists from the Garvan Institute of Medical Research in Sydney say the new shape (artist's impression) looks entirely different to a double-stranded DNA double helix.

'He's so good for a math teacher': Australian basketball hero Joe Ingles sends US social media into a frenzy after unlikely NBA playoff dominance

The Utah Jazz forward (pictured) was the highest trending term on Twitter in the US on Monday after he stunned basketball fans by upstaging Oklahoma City Thunder stars Paul George (right) and Russell Westbrook in the NBA playoffs. He helped ease his side to a commanding 17-point victory and 3-1 series lead, while visibly agitating George in a series of feisty confrontations. George scored 32-points but appeared frustrated by Ingles' physical defending and constant verbal barbs. 'Joe Ingles just bought a summer home in Paul George's head,' one fan wrote to Twitter.

Kara Swisher, from San Francisco, took to the social network to share a picture what appeared to be an avocado salad, ridiculing what she called 'hipster California trends'.

Videos show protesters bravely defying the country's Islamic law, which requires women to cover their hair in public, as they walk through cities like the capital Tehran and Shiraz.

This is the moment a terrifying waterspout rises ominously over Okaloosa Island in Florida before crashing across the water towards Fort Walton Beach, leaving a trail of destruction.

Jeremy Thorpe, an up and coming Liberal MP who later became party leader, wrote a secret letter to his American lover Bruno in 1961 - when homosexuality was still illegal.

John Sevier Austin, from North Carolina, took to the streets to show off his talent, recording himself saying a phrase backwards, then playing it in rewind to hear the words normally.

Mom Houda Dannaoui says she discovered the outrageous alleged conduct on March 27 when picking her son up from the publicly funded program in Dearborn Heights, Michigan.

San Bruno-based company YouTube said the majority of deleted videos - 80 per cent of which were flagged by machines - were 'spam or people attempting to upload adult content'.

Experts at Exeter University says the 'superconcrete'  is more than twice as strong and four times more water resistant than existing concretes.

Candace Cameron Bure claps back at body shaming troll

Candace, 42, received the body-shaming comment after she posted a photo of herself at Nobu Malibu with her 18-year-old son Lev (left). 'All that [exercising] and you still look like you weigh more than your husband, did you change your diet?' the commenter asked. 'If a 25 inch waist looks big to you... then you're looking through an altered lens,' Candace responded.

The $4.7bn project, which is being led by researchers from the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, is being described as the 'most ambitious project in the history of modern biology'.

The American College of Gynecologists and Obstetricians is now calling for women to see their doctors nine weeks sooner after giving birth to screened for life-threatening complications.

The Veena Vadini School in India has become famous for its policy to teach its students to become ambidextrous - an ability which only comes naturally to about one per cent of the population.

Travis Lamont Plummer (left), the father of missing Virginia toddler, Te'Myah Plummer (right), who was found dead in a suitcase in New Jersey earlier this month, has been arrested in Puerto Rico.

The 63-year-old man is sent spinning backwards through the air after the crash in footage captured by a CCTV camera in the town of Santa Cruz do Capibaribe in Brazil.

NEW Researchers at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, found that social media improves the well-being of young adults but damages the mental health of middle-aged people.

Teacher reveals how swapping junk food habit for bodybuilding helped her lose 60 pounds

Teacher Terri Nicole, 26, from Florida has reveals how she lost 60 pounds by swapping her vending machine addiction for bodybuilding. Terri started binging on junk food during her last year of college, often spending up to $10 a day on vending machine candy and her weight peaked at 147 pounds. However after seeing a picture of herself, she decided to overhaul her diet, joined a gym and has since competed in a bodybuilding competition.

Komar Uddin, 68, is accused of raping the 19-year-old girl while making a visit to the teenager's Leicester home on February 25, 2015. Uddin was invited into the home to banish an evil spirit.

The US Food and Drug Administration is at last on the offensive against Juul e-cigarettes - sleek, nicotine-filled devices that have become popular with teenagers trying to sneak a smoke in class.

A possible gas explosion was responsible for the carnage that took place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on Monday night. Peter Ash, 57, and his 12-year-old son only had minor injuries.

Researchers led by the University of Clermont Auvergne in France compared the energy levels of boys aged eight to 12 against grown-ups and endurance athletes during a cycling challenge.

Elianna was playing in a pool at her grandparents' home in Sarasota when she accidentally swallowed some pool water. She then caught an infection from the pool chemicals.

Nine-year-old Max Mannion was relaxing with his family on a beach in Akumal, Mexico when the 2ft-long critter leaped onto his sunbed and grabbed the snack.

Granny crossing! Bikers block the road to help an elderly woman cross the street in heart-warming video

In a heart-warming video posted on Sunday, three bikers stop traffic to give an older woman plenty of time to cross the street in Phoenix, Arizona. The three bikers notice the woman and then make a U-turn to assist her in crossing the street.

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Razali Bin Mohamad Habidin has developed a closer bond with the creatures under his care than any other keeper at Singapore's Jurong Bird Park thanks to his ability to 'speak' to them. Razali, who lost 80 percent of his hearing after falling ill as a baby, started working at the park over two decades ago, and has risen to the position of deputy head avian keeper. He communicates with the birds through grunts, gestures and body languages, and says he recognises the birds by their 'behaviours and personalities'.

Miles Herbert, 53, who spotted loved-up rodents sharing a romantic moment while kissing on a single twig in Hampshire. The pair rubbed their noses together when they met up in the branches.

Two-year-old Arya Bilgin from the Gold Coast has become a viral sensation for her incredibly long luscious locks that flow past her shoulders. She has been signed on by a modelling company.

A three-year-old boy was saved by a heroic passerby after falling into a septic tank through a broken cover on Sunday. The quick-thinking man descended into the hole with the help of his belt.

We're safe, Mom! Delighted orangutan hugs its mother as they are released into the jungle after being saved from deadly encounter with farmers

This is the heartwarming moment a baby orangutan hugs its mother after conservationists saved the pair from a potentially 'deadly' encounter with local farmers in Indonesia. Ris and her baby Riska had been straying dangerously close to a plantation in the Ketapang district of Indonesian Borneo in search for food. Deforestation and devastating fires had destroyed vast swathes of the forest where they were living, forcing them to search for food on farmed lands. However, this could have cost them their lives, as farmers are known to have  killed orangutans who have destroyed crops in the past.

   

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Forklift driver with lightning quick reactions catches beer keg before it hits the floor

The worker driving the forklift in Anaheim, California, heroically reached out his hand to catch the heavy keg of beer and steadied himself on the side of the vehicle, before immediately going back to work as if nothing had happened.

A little boy has suffered head injuries after being tripped by a pregnant woman at a restaurant in China. The woman deliberately put her foot out as the four-year-old ran past her.

This aerial photo provide by China's Xinhua News Agency shows the fire accident site of a karaoke bar in Yingde City, south China's Guangdong Province, Tuesday, April 24, 2018. Police in the southern Chinese city have caught a man suspected of setting the fire at the three-story building Tuesday that killed 18 people and injured five others. (Deng Hua/Xinhua News Agency via AP)

Police in a southern Chinese city have caught a man suspected of setting a fire at a three-story building Tuesday that killed 18 people and injured five others.

That's a ruff ride! Shocking moment a truck 'driven by a DOG' rams into a shop after the pet stepped on the accelerator by mistake

A shop in China's Taizhou city has been smashed up by an electric truck with only a dog in the cabin. The driver had parked the vehicle on the pavement, but forgot to take the key. The playful animal had been left in the vehicle by itself and stepped on the accelerator by mistake. No injuries have been reported as a result of the accident.

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