A duck boat carrying 31 passengers and crew has capsized in Missouri leaving eleven people dead. Several more people were taken to hospital following the incident on the 'Ride the Ducks' amphibious vehicle on Table Rock Lake, Stone County, near Branson. 'Seven patients [are in] the hospital and we do have some people still missing. So this is going to be an all night, into tomorrow [search],' Stone County Sheriff Doug Rader told reporters about 9.30pm. While the identities of those killed have not yet been released, Rader confirmed there were children on board at the time. Brandei Clifton, public information officer at Cox Health in Branson, said that of the six people she knew of being treated at the hospital, all had minor injuries. Three of them are adults and three are under 18. It is believed that severe weather could have caused the boat to capsize. Haunting video taken from another nearby boat at the time of incident showed the small white vessel struggling through high winds and waves, top right.. Emergency crews are seen at the scene left and bottom right.Inset: A file photo of one of the boats.
Paramount Television fires its president Amy Powell after she blasted 'angry black women in conference call about First Wives Club TV series
Paramount says it has fired the head of its television division for making unspecified comments that drew complaints from employees. Paramount Pictures CEO Jim Gianopulos wrote in a memo on Thursday that Amy Powell had been fired for making comments that were 'inconsistent with company values.' Sources later revealed it was related to a conference call Powell had about a television adaptation of the 1996 movie First Wives Club, pictured bottom. During a conference call with producers of the show, Powell made a comment about black women being angry. This prompted an African-American assistant who was on the call to complain.
'Get the f*** out of the building!': Trump-loving Judge Jeanine Pirro is THROWN OFF The View after screaming match with Whoopi Goldberg over the President - leading to second spat backstage
Whoopi Goldberg exploded on Judge Jeanine Pirro in a fiery on-air debate about president Donald Trump on Thursday's episode of The View. Towards the end of the show, Pirro praised Trump with lowering the unemployment rate for the first time in 50 years for 'minorities, Hispanics and African Americans' but Goldberg and fellow The View co-host Sunny Hostin said the credit should be given to former president Barack Obama. Pirro fired back saying: 'You're suffering from Trump derangement in this room.' When the View co-host and Trump opponent Meghan McCain said she wasn't deranged, Pirro pointed at Goldberg, setting the longtime host off.
Horror truth behind San Antonio's 'Miracle Girl': Couple raped their adopted daughter for years, got her pregnant three times and passed off the children as their own before setting up a backyard church claiming one of the kids could CURE CANCER
A San Antonio woman has been jailed for 33 years after she and her husband raped their adopted daughter for years and forced her to give birth to three children that they then passed off as their own. Laura Castillo and her husband Eusebio, bottom right in their mugshots, were both arrested early last year after the 15-years of abuse against their adopted daughter Abigail Alvarado, pictured with them main, now 28, finally came to light. In addition to the horrific abuse, shocking details also emerged after their arrests of how the Castillos had created a church in their backyard and duped hundreds of people into believing one of the children Abigail gave birth to was a 'Miracle Child' who could cure cancer, top right.
EXCLUSIVE: Fancy a McRoyale? Downbeat Thomas Markle celebrates his 74th birthday alone in LA by buying himself a McDonald's Happy Meal just days after revealing he's lost all contact with daughter Meghan
The Duchess of Sussex's estranged father, Thomas Markle Sr., was spotted celebrating his 74th birthday alone in Los Angeles on Wednesday. Meghan's father picked up a McDonald's Happy Meal and visited a Bank of America branch and a UPS store. He later bought a bunch of electronics at a Best Buy store before visiting some friends. His birthday celebrations came the day after Meghan and Prince Harry carried out their royal duties by visiting the The Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition in London, inset.
'He let down the free world': Jeff Flake takes to Senate floor to suggest Trump committed TREASON by giving 'aid and comfort' to 'enemy' Russia
The Trump-Helsinki summit brought new accusations in Congress on Thursday, as GOP Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona, left, accused the president of providing 'aid and comfort' to the enemy. Flake and Democratic Delaware Sen. Chris Coons offered an amendment calling for notes from summit and praising Justice Department for its Russia probe. Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn blocked the resolution. But Flake let off a blistering speech where he said 'by choosing to reject objective reality in Helsinki, the president let down the free world.'
Troubled waters: Maxine Waters fans BURN THE FLAG and protest Trump outside her LA office after she warned right-wing militia were planning to demonstrate there... but they never turned up
Maxine Waters supporters set fire to the American flag outside the Democratic firebrand's Los Angeles office Thursday as way to counter an anticipated protest by a far-right militia group who never showed. A modest few dozen people made their rebellious appearance despite a previous request by the congresswoman that supporters not be baited into confrontation with the Oath Keepers. South Los Angeles residents joined activist groups as well as union workers, church leaders and more for the midday demonstration.
Republicans withdraw Trump nominee for federal appeals court at the last minute after racially charged article he wrote about 'Uncle Toms' as a student at Stanford emerges
Mitch McConnell (right) withdrew Donald Trump judicial nominee Ryan Bounds (left) minutes before a vote on his appointment because Black senator Tim Scott voiced doubts on his writings on race. Bounds, 45, wrote a 1995 article for a conservative student paper while attending Stanford University, in which he discussed the concept of 'race think' and diversity promotion by 'strident racial factions' of the student body. Trump (inset) had nominated the assistant U.S. attorney in Oregon to be a judge on the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. The withdrawal of the nomination is a blow to the White House. Judicial nominations are rarely pulled back at such a late stage in the process unless a nominee does not have the support to pass.
'Get out!': White woman trails a black family around Berkeley telling them they don't belong and the police are called... but it doesn't end as you'd think
A biracial family was followed through Berkeley, California, by a white woman who grabbed them, ripped the shirt of one woman and told the group 'you don't belong here'. The family said they had spent a considerable amount of time calling for help, but nobody stopped to separate the woman, 31-year-old Lauren Milewski, from the group. By the time police arrived, the group had been physically attacked, and at least one woman had torn clothes, and Milewski was claiming she had been assaulted by the 'mob' in front of her. But unlike the many racist incidents caught on cell phone cameras in recent weeks, this one seemed to end justly with abrupt action by the cops.
Secrets behind the sign off: Signatures reveal Trump is a 'power-conscious alpha male', Meghan is 'insecure' and Mark Zuckerberg 'needs winding up'
When the Duchess of Sussex signed a visitors’ book in Ireland last week, she revealed a signature with a surprising flourish. Graphologists claim handwriting is a key to our personality, so what does Meghan’s say? And what do other famous people’s signatures reveal about them? LORRAINE FISHER asked handwriting expert Tracey Trussell to reveal the secrets behind the sign-offs..
'Afros were a no-no': Black models say at least 10 of them were 'dismissed' from a Miami Swim Week casting call for their race
Two black models shared a video explaining how they were allegedly discriminated against while at a casting call for KYA Swim, along with 10 to 15 other African American women. Models Joia Talbott and Kacey Leggett shared said: 'They told us they didn't want any black models and Afros were a no-no' while waiting in line for a Miami Swim Week casting call. KYA Swim said it is 'deeply disturbed' by the incident and is investigating after the video went viral. The black women who were allegedly discriminated against posed together in solidarity for a photo in their swimsuits (right).
No fumbling! 49ers quarterback and Tom Brady's protege Jimmy Garoppolo is seen having romantic dinner out with a porn star
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (inset) was seen eating dinner in Beverly Hills alongside a famous porn star. The 26-year-old took Kiara Mia (far left and far right) to Avra, a high-end Greek restaurant. The two were seen walking arm-in-arm and even shared a toast at the table. Afterwards the two left in the same car, and later her Instagram account referenced 'date night' and pinned her location as The Four Season's Hotel Beverly Hills. It isn't known if Garoppolo spent the night with her. Mia's work includes 'Bra Busters 4,' according to TMZ. Garoppolo, who went 2-0 in place of a suspended Tom Brady for the Patriots in 2016, went 5-0 for the previously hapless 49ers after being traded to San Francisco in October. He was rewarded with a five-year, $137.5 million deal to remain the 49ers starting quarterback.
REVEALED: Father, 31, arrested after furious waitress slammed him to the floor for groping her backside was on DATE NIGHT with the mother of his twin girls
The Man who was slammed to the ground by a Savannah waitress after he groped the young woman is in a relationship - and has two young daughters. Ryan Cherwinski, 31, is the man who can be seen on video grabbing the rear of 21-year-old waitress Emelia Holden as he walked by her at Vinnie Van Go-Go's in Savannah, Georgia. He is from Palm Bay, Floirda and the father of infants twins, who is in a long-term relationship with his daughters' mother.
'Houses are being torn to shreds': Dramatic video shows powerful tornadoes ravaging through Iowa, entirely flattening one town which has been left in a state of emergency
A flurry of tornadoes swept through central Iowa Thursday afternoon, flattening buildings and damaging the courthouse in Marshalltown and hitting an agricultural machinery plant in Pella as people were working. Authorities said a hospital was evacuated and there were some injuries from the storms. Hardest hit appeared to be Marshalltown, a city of 27,000 people about 50 miles northeast of Des Moines, where brick walls collapsed in the streets, roofs were blown off buildings and the cupola of the historic courthouse tumbled 175 feet to the ground.
EXCLUSIVE: 'I will always be there for Heather.' Richie Sambora breaks his silence about troubled ex-wife revealing he's hired a team of specialists to care for Locklear, who will remain in long-term care until September
The Bon Jovi rocker spoke for the first time to DailyMail.com about his ex-wife Heath Locklear, who is currently in a treatment facility following her meltdown and arrest. DailyMail.com has also learned that Locklear will be at long term care residence until September when doctors will access her progress.Sambora also chose to show support for Heather Locklear by taking a fighter plane inscribed with her initials thousands of feet above the skies near her home.
Spooked Jenny McCarthy declares her house is 'haunted' as she shares eerie security footage of piano playing in empty room
Jenny McCarthy might be living in a haunted house! At least that's what it looked like from a video the 45-year-old actress posted to her Facebook on Monday. In the clip, she walks through her living room and once she makes it out and into the kitchen, the piano mysteriously begins to play on its own.
'She's got a double chin, short legs and a pot belly': What Richard Burton REALLY thought about Liz Taylor ... and other unexpected luvvie revelations
Michele Brown's dictionary of theatrical quotations contains several quotes on actresses, directors and the theatre in general. One memorable quote sees Richard Burton criticise Liz Taylor while other actresses like Diana Rigg and Vivien Lee are also the subject of comments that have a touch of misogyny and sexism about them.
Last known survivor of Amazonian tribe killed by farmers is captured felling a tree on camera after 22 years of living alone in the jungle
Known as 'the indigenous man in the hole', the tribesman (pictured) has been captured on video by Government officials in the Brazilian state of Rondonia. They first discovered he was there in 1996 and believe he was left to live alone after the five other members of his tribe were killed in an attack on his land by farmers the year before. He has only been captured on film once before in 1998, for a Brazilian documentary Corumbiara. Now he has been filmed again half naked ferociously trying to fell a tree in his 8,070-hectare jungle garden, where he sleeps in a hut made of trees and spends most of his time hunting forest pigs, birds and monkeys with a bow and arrow.
Autistic teen dies from heat exhaustion while walking outside for just FIFTEEN minutes with his aide
An 18-year-old autistic boy suffered a fatal heat exhaustion episode last Wednesday while on a walk with his caretaker in triple-digit weather. Elijah Mikel had been out for just fifteen minutes at the time he sat down along a trail on Clinton Lake in Lawrence, Kansas where his aide realized something was seriously wrong. The caretaker phoned the teen's parents when Elijah would not get up off the ground.
Here's the story.... The iconic Brady Bunch home is put on the market for the first time in 45 years for $1.9million
The California house made famous by The Brady Bunch could be your personal groovy pad for just $1.9million. The split-level house in Los Angeles' Studio City neighborhood was used as the exterior of the home that Carol and Mike Brady's famously blended family lived in throughout the hit TV series' run from 1969 to 1974. While the TV home's interiors were built on a set in a studio, the exterior of the actual Studio City house featured prominently in the show's 117 episodes, most notably in its credits sequences. As a result, the two-bedroom, three-bathroom house is said to be the second most-photographed home in the United States, preceded only by the White House, according to listing agents Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
The hybrid-electric vehicle has been in development for the past several years, but is now a giant leap closer to becoming available to the public. According to Terrafugia, the first production vehicles will come to market next year. The firm has also made some updates to the two-seat vehicle's interior, safety systems, motor and flight instruments.
'The worst possible thing happened': Couple who suffered a horrifying slip during trapeze act on America's Got Talent reveal exactly what went wrong with the death-defying stunt
During Tuesday's installment, Mary Nielsen plummeted to the ground as her husband and partner, Tyce, lost grip of her after their impressive trapeze act. The Utah-based acrobatic couple Duo Transcend explained exactly went wrong during their death-defying act. 'Well, we wanted to step up our act, so we added some new elements that we've never worked with before with the fire and a blindfold,' Mary said. 'In practice, everything went fine, and then during the audition, the worst possible thing happened.' It turns out Tyce, who was blindfolded during the point in the performance when the incident happened, has a progressive eye condition called keratoconus and said that he and Mary were using music and verbal cues to communicate.
It's what's on the INSIDE that counts! Home owners who have transformed the interiors of their houses open their doors to reveal remarkable renovations that will leave you open-mouthed in awe
Netflix's first original home improvement show, Amazing Interiors, is set to unveil some incredible hidden gems by stepping inside the homes of people who have completely transformed their spaces to reflect their passions and personal aesthetics. The series, which is scheduled to premiere on Friday, will feature breathtaking transformations such as the one conducted by Massachusetts residents Bruce and Melanie Rosenbaum, who turned an old church in Palmer into a steampunk-themed house (top left and bottom left). Among the creative homeowners are Dino and Marianne, who bought the top floor of a 1960s tower block that was once used as student nurses accommodation, and converted it into a luxury penthouse in Maastricht, Netherlands (top right and bottom right). Also included is the London house of John Trevillian, who has spent whopping $1.3 million transforming the rooms in his home to reflect different time periods. His house includes a 1950s New Orleans kitchen (center).
EXCLUSIVE: Inside Elle Macpherson's new $8 million waterfront love nest where she shares cozy sleepovers with disgraced doctor lover - boasting its own private dock and salt water pool
Records obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com show Macpherson paid $8.1 million earlier this year for a classy waterfront mansion in Coral Gables, one of Miami's richest neighborhoods. Once listed for $11.4 million, the house sits on 1.71 acres and has seven bedrooms and six and half bathrooms over 8,300 square feet. The luxurious living spaces include a family room, a large office, a separate library and large glass doors leading into the park-like yard. Macpherson's new boyfriend - disgraced British doctor Andrew Wakefield - doesn't appear on the deed nor is he listed as director of MacPherson's shell company.
What does your face say about you? Expert reveals the personality traits of four celebrities based on their looks - and the secrets to 'reading' the people in your life
A leading authority on reading faces has revealed what certain facial features say about people. He claims that from studying someone's face he can understand their confidence levels, friendliness, tolerance, their sense of humour, their generosity and magnetism. Alan Stevens, 61, from Sydney, has revealed the true personalities of four famous women to illustrate what people should look for. He honed in on Meghan Markle (right), Nicole Kidman, Kylie Jenner (centre) and Elsa Pataky (left).
Drained Dutch canal reveals items dating back 120,000 YEARS... from ancient sea shells and primitive shears to broken cell phones
Archaeologists in the Dutch city of Amsterdam found almost 700,000 items left behind when the city's Amstel river was drained to make way for a new train line (main). A comb from the 1500s (top right), a set of crocodile teeth and an entire human thigh bone and a mobile phone from the 1990s (bottom right) are among the things pulled from the river bed during a 15-year-long research project. Around 20,000 of the objects found by the team of excavators, led by DrJerzy Gawronski, have been logged on the Belowthesurface.amsterdam website.
Mother who beat and tortured her six-month-old twin girls on camera for money is arrested in Saudi Arabia after video clip sparks outcry
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. The Saudi Ministry of Labour and Social Development has confirmed that they have arrested the mother. At one point in the horrifying clip, the woman is seen throttling one of the babies while saying: 'Today I will kill you.' It is believed the woman took the video and sent it to her estranged husband's father in Yemen to blackmail him. It is believed that the twins will now be returned to the family of the father.
Couple stages elaborate gender reveal party which involved a private plane spraying pink water in the sky
Brad and Rachael Reed from Dumas, Texas, are expecting their third baby later this year. On July 8, the couple, who are already parents to a boy and a girl, gathered their friends and family at an airbase to find out what gender their new arrival would be. They had asked Brad's friend, aerial crop duster David Sykes, to take part in the stunt.
The real Jurassic Park! Incredible footage outside man's windows after he sets up projectors to surprise his daughter and make it look like dinosaurs roam their backyard
A doting dad surprised his daughter with the ultimate dinosaur treat — bringing Jurassic Park to life in their backyard. Las Vegas stagehand Lyle Coram, 48, rigged up projectors, screens and lighting to bring lush Jurassic jungles to life in arid Nevada and then captured on video the moment that his seven-year-old daughter, Shelby Coram, first laid eyes on his astonishing work. In the video, Shelby stands in front of the sliding glass doors, which appear to look out onto a verdant jungle landscape. Moments later, a trio of velociraptors run past. Then, what appears to be a baby brachiosaurus and its mom, appear to munch leaves off trees. A triceratops also lumbers past at one point.
Surprise! Bride pranks nervous groom by dressing her brother in a wedding gown and sending him in her place for the couple's romantic 'first look' at one another ahead of the ceremony
Heidi Zherelyev, 25, staged a surprise for her groom Valentin Zherelyev, on their big day in Pinetop, Arizona, last month. The pair eloped privately five years ago and decided to renew their vows during a second wedding day in Pinetop, Arizona, this time surrounded by their families and loved ones. As the important moment grew nearer, Heidi noticed Valentin seemed nervous — and decided that a prank would be the perfect way to take the edge off. She asked her brother Eric Dodds, 30, to put on an old wedding dress (top inset) before taking her place in what was supposed to be her first look with Valentin. Eric, clad in a floor-length white gown, thus walked up to Valentin, who thought he was about to turn around to see his bride in her wedding dress. Instead, the groom was met with the sight of Eric in his own mermaid-style frock (left and right). Valentin was later reunited with Heidi (bottom inset).
Released to save their species: Zoo-bred Przewalski's horses are freed into the plains of Mongolia where their ancestors roamed for centuries having battled back from just ONE surviving wild animal
Known as Przewalski's horses, the ancient species has narrowly avoided extinction thanks to breeding programmes at zoos worldwide and is now gradually being re-introduced to a wildlife reserve in its original homeland (main). The four round-bellied, short-legged, sandy-beige mares are set to join wild herds in Takhin Tal (meaning the wild horse steppe), where 220 Przewalski's horses now gallop free. Prague Zoo has released a total 31 Przewalski's horses into the Mongolian wilderness by tranquilizing them (bottom right) and shipping them out to Mongolia (top right), with funding for the project provided by zoos from across the globe.
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