3 dead, 4 rescued after Grand Canyon helicopter crash

Four survivors of a deadly tour helicopter crash onto the jagged rocks of the Grand Canyon were being treated at a Nevada hospital on Sunday while crews tackled difficult terrain in a remote area to try to recover the bodies of three other people.

  • Prince Andrew had everyone in tears at Princess Eugenie's wedding by doing something he had never done before
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    Prince Andrew had everyone in tears at Princess Eugenie's wedding by doing something he had never done before

    One of the most apparent things at Princess Eugenie's royal wedding was the love her family and friends had for her and Jack Brooksbank. One guest, who worked for the royal family, told HELLO! after the wedding: "Prince Andrew gave a great father of the bride speech.

  • Louise Redknapp looks amazing in chic tux jumpsuit and lace bra at ITV party
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    Louise Redknapp looks amazing in chic tux jumpsuit and lace bra at ITV party

    Louise Redknapp looked sensational on Tuesday evening at the ITV Palooza event at the Royal Festival Hall in London. The star wore a seriously chic outfit to the star-studded party, which celebrated the channel's shows. Louise always looks fabulous and her latest outfit was super-flattering – a fitted black silk tux-style jumpsuit with a lace bra underneath.

  • John Major rips into Boris Johnson and fellow Brexiteers, saying they'll never be forgiven
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    John Major rips into Boris Johnson and fellow Brexiteers, saying they'll never be forgiven

    Sir John Major has launched his most savage attack yet on Boris Johnson and Tory Brexiteers, claiming they will never be forgiven for their false promises. Speaking on the eve of a Brussels summit, at which Theresa May is battling to avoid a "no-deal" Brexit, Sir John said once people understood they had been deceived, those responsible would have "much to answer for".

  • Meghan Markle opens up about pregnancy symptoms - details
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    Meghan Markle opens up about pregnancy symptoms - details

    The Duchess of Sussex has spoken out for the first time about the symptoms she's feeling with her first pregnancy, revealing she's doing "pretty well" but is suffering a bit from tiredness. Meghan, who, with her husband Prince Harry, is embarking on her first full-scale official royal tour, told a fellow mother on Wednesday that so far she is “running on adrenaline”. As HELLO! reported previously, Meghan and Harry announced their wonderful news on Monday, shortly after the pair touched down in Sydney for the start of their exciting tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.

  • Ross Kemp shuts down Piers Morgan in papoose debate
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    Ross Kemp shuts down Piers Morgan in papoose debate

    "It makes you more of a man because it shows you care."

  • Here are 9 competitors for the new 2019 BMW 3 Series
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    Here are 9 competitors for the new 2019 BMW 3 Series

    From Alfa Romeo to Volkswagen, there are plenty of automakers that would love to take down the new 3 Series.

  • The unusual way Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes learned to stop snoring
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    The unusual way Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes learned to stop snoring

    Ruth Langsford has mastered an unusual technique to stop snoring – and you might want to take note if you, or someone you live with, is a snorer! The This Morning presenter shared a video as she learned special exercises to improve sleep on Instagram, while filming a new documentary series with husband Eamonn Holmes, called How to get a Good Night's Sleep. The clip showed Ruth practicing special tongue and breathing exercises, with the caption: "Did you know there are special exercises to help you stop snoring? Ruth's husband Eamonn admitted at the weekend that they both suffer sleep disorders, and have worked on this two-part documentary together as a result.

  • Lisa Armstrong makes surprise appearance on It Takes Two following divorce from Ant McPartlin
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    Lisa Armstrong makes surprise appearance on It Takes Two following divorce from Ant McPartlin

    As Strictly Come Dancing's head of makeup, Lisa Armstrong knows more than a thing or two about creating show-stopping looks, and on Tuesday she was on hand to share her top tips with us all. Appearing on It Takes Two in a pre-recorded episode just hours after her divorce was finalised with ex-husband Ant McPartlin, Lisa starred alongside the show's hair supervisor Lisa Davey in a makeup masterclass segment. "We're here to show you how to recreate your favourite Strictly looks at home with ease," Lisa explained.

  • Emmerdale spoilers: Ross Barton's exit revealed as he plans to take this person with him?
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    Emmerdale spoilers: Ross Barton's exit revealed as he plans to take this person with him?

    Emmerdale fans have been anticipating Ross Barton's exit storyline for the past few months, when actor Michael Parr revealed his plans to quit the ITV soap earlier in the year. Elsewhere, Chas and Paddy struggle as they say a heartbreaking goodbye to their baby daughter Grace at her funeral, while Bernice's affair is threatened to be exposed when she is confronted by Kerry. Ross then suggests that they leave Emmerdale and make a fresh start.

  • What sort of consequences would a second referendum have?
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    What sort of consequences would a second referendum have?

    I feel ever more helpless: it is so obvious to me, a political layman, that we are heading for a total economic disaster with Brexit, not just for my generation but for my children and grandchildren. Our politicians seem blind to the danger of a no-deal Brexit. ...

  • Prince Charles just made a surprising announcement ahead of his 70th birthday
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    Prince Charles just made a surprising announcement ahead of his 70th birthday

    Prince Charles has revealed he has taken on a very surprising new role ahead of his landmark 70th birthday – a magazine editorship! The Prince of Wales will guest edit a special edition of Country Life magazine, which will be published on his birthday November 14, it's been revealed. Charles' version of the magazine will reflect his passion for the countryside, as well as features on Clarence House, Highgrove Gardens, his Scottish estate Dumfries House and Countryside Champions, whose contribution to rural life the prince has chosen to celebrate. The Duchess of Cornwall has written about her support for the Medical Detection Dogs charity, and a British actress friend of Charles and Camilla will reportedly be interviewed about her illustrious career.

  • Brexit deal latest: Chancellor Philip Hammond says UK will face £36bn bill if it fails to reach deal with EU
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    Brexit deal latest: Chancellor Philip Hammond says UK will face £36bn bill if it fails to reach deal with EU

    The UK could still have to pay a £36billion “divorce bill” if it fails to reach a Brexit agreement with the EU, chancellor Philip Hammond has said. Mr Hammond told cabinet ministers Britain would be unlikely to win any legal battle regarding the bill to settle its outstanding liabilities, the Daily Telegraph reported. “He said that the Treasury’s legal advice was that if we left without a deal we would still have to pay the EU £30-36bn because we would be unlikely to win any case that went to international arbitration,” a cabinet source reportedly said.

  • Dereck Chisora names former arch-rival David Haye his new manager
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    Dereck Chisora names former arch-rival David Haye his new manager

    British heavyweight Dereck Chisora has announced his will now be managed by former opponent David Haye.

  • Michel Barnier ‘open to extending Brexit transition period by a year’
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    Michel Barnier ‘open to extending Brexit transition period by a year’

    Michel Barnier has reportedly said he is open to extending the Brexit transition period by a year. The European Union's Brexit negotiator could offer the extension in return for Theresa May accepting a “two-tier” backstop to avoid a border with Northern Ireland, EU diplomats told the Financial Times. It would allow Britain to remain in the customs union and single market beyond the scheduled end of the 21-month transition period in December 2020.

  • One of the people believed to have been involved in Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance reportedly identified as frequent travel companion of Mohammed bin Salman
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    One of the people believed to have been involved in Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance reportedly identified as frequent travel companion of Mohammed bin Salman

    One of the people suspected of being involved in the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi has been identified as a frequent travel companion of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, according to sources cited by The New York Times on Tuesday. One person named by Turkish authorities, Maher Abdulaziz Mutreb, has been photographed on trips with the Crown Prince this year, during his visits to Paris, Madrid, Boston, Massachusetts, and Houston, Texas.

  • Meghan Markle's maternity wardrobe: Australia royal tour
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    Meghan Markle's maternity wardrobe: Australia royal tour

    On Tuesday the Duke and Duchess of Sussex embarked on the first day of their official tour of Australia. The 16-day trip is filled with 76 engagements and will also see the couple travel to Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand. Not only is it the royal couple’s first official tour since getting married in May. But upon landing in Sydney, the couple also announced that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expecting their first child in spring 2019.

  • South African musician, Bongeziwe Mabandla on his 'urban African folk'
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    South African musician, Bongeziwe Mabandla on his 'urban African folk'

    In tonight's edition: Ivory Coast's ruling party clinches victory in municipal polls. In Burkina Faso, Yacouba Sawadogo has spent more than four decades fighting drought and desertification by planting one tree per day. A musical mash-up dubbed "urban-traditional-African-folk". Singer-songwriter Bongeziwe Mabandla talks to us about his unique sound and representing South Africa on the global stage.

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    Legal cannabis could be pot of gold

    Today, Canada is making history - after 95 years of prohibition it is now the second country in the world to legalise cannabis for recreational use. "How will you celebrate?" local news sites ask audiences, as publishers both sides of the border pump out marijuana 101s to ensure there's no haziness surrounding the change in law. According to accounting firm Deloitte, legal marijuana is expected to become more than a $6bn (£3.5bn) business in Canada in 2019, with up to $4.34bn (£2.5bn) coming from the legal recreational market and as much as $1.79bn (£1.04) from medical sales.

  • Russia to launch Soyuz rocket again, just days after catastrophic failed mission
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    Russia to launch Soyuz rocket again, just days after catastrophic failed mission

    Russia will launch its Soyuz rocket again, just days after a catastrophic failure that forced the astronauts on board into a crashing landing. The next mission will not include any people and instead carry a military satellite into space, according to the Interfax news agency, which cited a source in the space agency. Rocket launches have been suspended since Russian cosmonaut Alexei Ovchinin and American astronaut Nick Hague had to abort their mission and perform an emergency landing after the Soyuz that was supposed to carry them to the International Space Station failed.

  • European car makers warn UK and EU on no-deal Brexit
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    European car makers warn UK and EU on no-deal Brexit

    Europe's car industry says a no-deal Brexit would "threaten" their business model.

  • Eric Dier insists England won't be bullied after 'putting marker down' with Sergio Ramos challenge
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    Eric Dier insists England won't be bullied after 'putting marker down' with Sergio Ramos challenge

    England midfielder Eric Dier believes he "put a marker down" with a crunching challenge on Sergio Ramos as the Three Lions won in Seville on Monday night. Dier was shown a yellow card for a superb 11th-minute tackle on the Spain captain inside the hosts' penalty area - much to the chagrin of the Tottenham man. Spain rallied after the break, with substitute Paco Alcacer pulling a goal back before Ramos grabbed a second with the last touch of the Nations League contest as the visitors secured a famous 3-2 success.

  • Donald Trump wants 'cutting edge' free trade deal with UK to start immediately after Brexit
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    Donald Trump wants 'cutting edge' free trade deal with UK to start immediately after Brexit

    US President Donald Trump has said he wants a “cutting edge” free trade deal with the UK to start immediately after Brexit. The Trump administration has announced it would like to start formal talks with the UK “as soon as it is ready” after Brexit day, on March 29. The trade agreement was hailed as “ambitious” in a letter, but could form a “deep trade and investment relationship” between the US and the UK.

  • Volkswagen e-Golf – long-term test: is the family hatchback still one of the best when it’s electrified?
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    Volkswagen e-Golf – long-term test: is the family hatchback still one of the best when it’s electrified?

    Our car: Volkswagen e-Golf List price when new: £32,730 (excluding PICG grant) Price as tested: £35,490 (excluding PICG grant) Official fuel economy: n/a

  • Housebuilder profit warning amid Brexit uncertainty
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    Housebuilder profit warning amid Brexit uncertainty

    Housebuilder Crest Nicholson has warned that profits will be lower than expected after buyers were put off by "political and economic uncertainties" as Brexit looms. It said the market environment for new homes in London and for higher-end properties in the south of England had been tougher than anticipated. Crest Nicholson (Frankfurt: A1KCZN - news) now expects pre-tax profits of £170-190m for the year to 31 October, below market expectations of £205m.

  • Prince William reveals the sweet hobby he wants to teach Prince George, so he can follow in his footsteps
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    Prince William reveals the sweet hobby he wants to teach Prince George, so he can follow in his footsteps

    Prince William has revealed the adorable activity he can picture himself teaching Prince George when he's a little older, during a reception at Buckingham Palace – where he chatted with explorer Martin Farr, who once took he and Prince Harry caving nearly ten years ago. The 67-year-old said of the conversation: "I took him caving in the Little Neath River Caves in south Wales in 1999 and 2000.