• Man Has Melon-Sized Tumour Removed After Living With It For 24 Years

    Ian Crown’s tumour is believed to be the third largest of its kind in the world, and the 66-year-old lived with it for 24 years before finally having it removed. The lump, weighing a whopping 1.2kg, started growing in 1992 but Ian said it became “a part of him” and he learned to live with it.

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  • David Walliams' Ex Lara Stone Is Dating A 19 Year Old

    The comedian has since been linked to a variety of beautiful women and now his ex has been spotted canoodling with Jordan Barrett, a nineteen-year-old model. Lara, 32, was seen sharing a kiss with Jordan at a Cannes party and she was said to have been in “high spirits” when she attended a London nightclub with the teenage lothario earlier this week. Speaking to The Sun, a source said: “The pair of them couldn’t seem to stop laughing as they left, and at the last minute Jordan grabbed Lara’s hand and led her away.

    Stephanie Soteriou
  • Navy Seal Flashlight Should Be Banned From Public?

    Controversial classified military technology has just been released to the public. Get this flashlight before it's banned or runs out -limited supply!

  • PMQs verdict: Osborne would be a disastrous Tory leader

    Tories must feel quite apprehensive when they see George Osborne stand in for David Cameron during PMQs. He really does look like their Ed Miliband - but less likeable.

  • I've eaten on $2 a day and tried living on an $8.15-an-hour salary in NYC — here is my single best tip for saving money

    In January, I completed the Elon Musk Challenge, spending just $62 on food for the month. More recently, I simulated the lives of millions of Americans who earn minimum or nearly minimum wage and lived on an $8.15-an-hour salary for 30 days. At the start of each 30-day challenge, I headed to Wells Fargo and withdrew my allotted spending money in cash: $62 for the Elon Musk Challenge, and $150 for the minimum-wage challenge.

    Business Insider UK
  • Irish airline takes delivery of Russia's first post-Soviet passenger jet

    Ireland's CityJet on Tuesday became the first western European airline to take delivery of the Russian-designed passenger jet that Vladimir Putin hopes will compete internationally with planes made by the likes of Brazil's Embraer and Canada's Bombardier . The first of 15 Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft leased by CityJet was delivered in Venice, the airline said, with the option for 16 more in a deal worth more than $1 billion including servicing. The 98-seat Superjet 100 is the first Russian-designed passenger jet to be built since the 1991 collapse of the Soviet Union in a project championed by Russian President Putin.

  • "I spent 35 years as a cop and I love this."

    Tech experts call it “better, smarter home security.” Cops use it in stings to catch criminals. Meet SimpliSafe.

  • Kate Middleton Accidentally Reveals Cute Pet Name for Prince William

    Kate Middleton had a little and adorable slip of the tongue today. The duchess accidentally revealed her sweet pet name for her husband Prince William

  • Trains Delayed After Commuters ‘Throw Coffee And Fight In First Class Carriage’

    Commuters were left facing lengthy delays on Monday after a fight erupted between two men in the first class carriage of a train bound for London. Eyewitnesses say that the two men began throwing coffee over each other on the 6.29am service from Littlehampton in Sussex to London Bridge after clashing over a lack of seating on the train.

  • Insight: Philippine death squads very much in business as Duterte set for presidency

    By Andrew R.C. Marshall and Manuel Mogato DAVAO, Philippines (Reuters) - On May 14, five days after voters in the Philippines chose Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte as their next president, two masked gunmen cruised this southern city's suburbs on a motorbike, looking for their kill. Gil Gabrillo, 47, a drug user, was returning from a cockfight when the gunmen approached. The murder made no headlines in Davao, where Duterte's loud approval for hundreds of execution-style killings of drug users and criminals over nearly two decades helped propel him to the highest office of a crime-weary land.

  • The Hot New Product for Gaining Ripped Muscles

    Age is just a number -- and smart guys know that! See how men everywhere are making big gains at the gym.

  • Could You Eat This 10,000 Calorie Chicken Feast In 45 Minutes?

    This mammoth chicken dish is so huge that it packs around five times the recommended daily calorie intake - but there is a cash prize if you can finish it. Now chefs at Huckleberry’s restaurant in Darlington, County Durham, have opened up the challenge to the general public to see if anyone can actually complete it.

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  • Sharon Osbourne Found Daughter Kelly’s Tweet About Ozzy’s ‘Mistress’ Hysterical

    Sharon Osbourne thought it was funny her daughter Kelly tweeted the phone number of Ozzy Osbourne’s alleged mistress and insists she is always proud of her offspring. The former Fashion Police host tweeted the details of Michelle Pugh, who she believes was sleeping with her father behind her mother’s back, who has now said she isn’t angry about the move. Speaking on her chat show The Talk, Sharon, below, said: “Oh, Kelly has the best sense of humour ever.

    Michael Allen
  • Dog Owner Documents Hilarious ‘Whodunnit’ Over Pillow Chaos Found In His House

    One Imgur user woke up one morning to find their home covered in a light dusting of feathers; what had happened here? Had a hapless bird met a feathery end? 

    Kate Solomon
  • Flatten Abs with These 13 Exercises

    Click here to learn your “Tummy Type” with the help of fitness maven Denise Austin.

  • Meet Britain’s Loneliest Dog Who Desperately Wants A Home

    The six-year-old Staffordshire bull terrier cross is waiting to find a home after being overlooked by 18,000 potential new owners. Freya has been diagnosed with epilepsy, meaning her handlers are even more worried about her finding a forever family. Deputy kennel manager Kate Jones, 35, said: “Freya was brought into the rescue as a young stray but nobody came forward to claim her.

    Ross McG
  • Shed Of The Year 2016: See The Finalists On The Wacky Design Shortlist

    The Euros may only be a couple of weeks ago but the real contest this year is the battle to be crowned Shed of the Year. A re-creation of the Millennium Falcon, a restored nuclear bunker and a converted camper van are among the wacky designs shortlisted from the record-breaking 2,825 entries this year. While most people are happy if they can escape for the odd hour or two among pot plants and rusty old saws, more committed enthusiasts have lovingly put time and patience into creating some of the most eye-catching sheds in the UK - and here are just some hoping to be crowned 2016’s champion.

    Andy Wells
  • Trump, aiming to offset money disadvantage, escalates Clinton attacks

    By Ginger Gibson and Jonathan Allen WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Donald Trump this week took his use of sordid accusations against Democrat Hillary Clinton to levels unprecedented in modern U.S. presidential campaigns, in the latest example of the Republican's unorthodox playbook. The presumptive Republican nominee is working to gain stronger footing and offset a big advantage Clinton is likely to have ahead of the Nov. 8 presidential election: a huge campaign war chest that she and her allies intend to use to launch a barrage of attacks against him. Trump is using the same strategy he used repeatedly during the Republican nomination fight against rivals like Ted Cruz: making incendiary statements that U.S. television networks cannot resist covering, giving him hours of free media and putting his opponents on the defensive.

  • Get Seriously Silly

    Check Out New Red Nose Day Flair. Find Your Local Walgreens.

  • This reasoned letter on student loan repayments is really hitting home with graduates

    In an open letter to his MP, Simon Crowther claims he and thousands of others were mis-sold their student loans.

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  • Mother ‘Gives Teacher Permission To Tie Schoolgirl, 6, To Classroom Chair’

    The authorities at the school of Miguel Hidalgo and Costilla, in Nanchital in Mexico, claim the girl’s mother made the request to tie her daughter to her chair. In the picture, the girl is tied to a green chair at her school desk by brown rope.

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  • Dubai Has Unveiled An Office Block Made Entirely By 3D Printers

    It seems like we’re living in the future - after Dubai unveiled an entire 3D-printed  building. Mohamed Al Gergawai, the United Arab Emirates Minister of Cabinet Affairs, said: ‘This is the first 3D-printed building in the world, and it’s not just a building, it has fully functional offices and staff.

  • She's With Us, That's Why #ImWithHer.

    Hillary is fighting for all Ameircans. Join her campaign today if you have her back.

  • Sports Authority is kicking off a massive clearance sale at all its stores before shutting them down — here are the details

    The event, starting Thursday, will offer deep discounts on everything in the stores, including shoes, clothing, athletic gear, and accessories. The retailer is shutting down after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in March and attempting to restructure the business. Words cannot adequately express the disappointment we feel with the need to shut down our stores.  We pursued both a plan of reorganization, as well as a sale of our business, but were unsuccessful in reaching an agreement that would have allowed Sports Authority to continue to operate. We sincerely thank our loyal customers for supporting our company over the years and encourage them to shop early for tremendous values on their favorite sporting good products.

    Business Insider UK
  • Insight - 'Living in Germany': a testing time for Merkel's migrants

    By Michelle Martin BERLIN (Reuters) - In an east Berlin classroom, a group of migrants is taking a "Living in Germany" practice test. For many of Germany's new arrivals, numbering more than 1 million last year, a new law will mean that attendance at such classes will determine whether they get full access to the state benefits they hope will launch them on new lives in the country. Germany took in far more migrants than any other EU country.

  • Couple Win £6 Million On The Lottery After Being Burgled Twice

    A bus driver who was left penniless after being burgled TWICE has won £6million on the National Lottery. Kevin Jones, 57, discovered that he had hit the jackpot while he was stuck in traffic during a morning shift in Crewe, Cheshire. Kevin and wife Michele, 56, recalled how they were forced to move back to the UK after being burgled on two separate occasions at their old home in Spain after being revealed as the winners.

  • Veterans Can Get Great Rates With A Refinance

    You could save big by reducing your rate with a VA home refinance. Compare quotes and take advantage of your benefits!

  • Millennium Falcon and Wild West saloon among 32 vying to be Shed of the Year

    A re-creation of the Millennium Falcon, a restored nuclear bunker and a converted camper van are among the wacky designs shortlisted for the 2016 Shed of the Year.

    Press Association
  • World’s Longest Railway Tunnel Set To Open After 17 Years

    After a construction period of nearly two decades, the world’s longest railway tunnel is finally set to open in Switzerland.

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  • Microsoft Faces Criticism After Sneaky Windows Upgrade ‘Trick’

    Microsoft said: “With the free Windows 10 upgrade offer ending on 29 July, we want to help people upgrade to the best version of Windows. "As we shared in October, Windows 10 will be offered as a ‘recommended’ update for Windows 7 and 8.1 customers whose Windows Update settings are configured to accept 'recommended’ updates.

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  • What Causes Heartburn

    Wondering What Causes Heartburn? Learn About Causes of Heartburn, Including the Types of Food That Can Trigger Heartburn.

  • Thousands march for Mugabe as he raps 'treasonous' groups fighting to succeed him

    By MacDonald Dzirutwe HARARE (Reuters) - Thousands of people marched through Zimbabwe's capital Harare on Wednesday in support of President Robert Mugabe as he denounced "treasonous" factions in his ZANU-PF party feuding over who should succeed the 92-year-old leader. Mugabe is the only leader the southern African nation has known since independence from Britain in 1980. As senior members of ZANU-PF manoeuvre for advantage in a post-Mugabe era, two factions have emerged, one linked to Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa and one to Mugabe's wife Grace.

  • Paying the ultimate price on Mount Everest

    By Gopal Sharma and Tommy Wilkes KATHMANDU/NEW DELHI (Reuters) - On his way down from the top of Mount Everest, Indian mountaineer Nava Kumar Phukon saw the woman sway from side to side - a classic sign of severe mountain sickness - as snow and fog reduced visibility to less than 10 feet (3 metres). Phukon's sherpa guide later told him the woman was 34-year old Australian Maria Strydom, who died last Saturday on the high slopes of Everest after making a failed push for the summit. "The sherpa who was trying to help her told me: 'She is going to die'," Phukon said after returning to Kathmandu from his own exhausting but successful summit bid.



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