• Leicester City is just the second outsider to win the Premier League

    Leicester City completed their improbable run to the Premier League title this week, a run that started before the season as 5,000-1 long shots. One of the reasons Leicester was such an underdog is because teams like them almost never win league cup in England's highest level of football. Since the Premier League was formed in 1992, there have been 24 championships.

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  • These Loyal Family Dogs Refuse To Leave Dying Toddler’s Side

    This is the heartbreaking sight of a pair of family basset hounds who simply refuse to leave the bedside of a dying toddler. Four-month-old Nora Hall has spent weeks in intensive care after she suffered a devastating stroke that shut down her brain but doctors say there is nothing more than can do for her. Doctors at the Minneapolis Children’s Hospital have allowed the dogs inside Nora’s room, and they were pictured lying down at little Nora’s side.

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  • Mortgage rates fall to new low- 3.11% APR

    $250,000 for $972/month. No points. Get multiple mortgage offers in minutes. Can't hurt to look. It's free. (3.11% APR 5/1 ARM).

  • Britain’s ‘Most Dangerous Takeaway Street’ Has 17 Restaurants With Food Hygiene Warnings

    Everyone loves a last-minute takeaway but those living in Glasgow may want to think very carefully about where they order from. The three-and-a-half mile stretch of Paisley Road West may very well be the most dangerous place in Britain to buy fast food after a staggering 17 restaurants were slapped with food hygiene warnings. Environmental health chiefs have swooped on a series of Indian, Italian, Chinese and Turkish takeaways on the city street over the past year.

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  • Student Arrested For Flashing In School Yearbook Photo

    A teenager has been arrested and charged with indecent exposure after he flashed during a staged school photograph. Hunter Osborn, 19, was pictured in the photo with his trousers down and it was included in the yearbook for the 3,400 students at the  distributed to 3,400 students from Red Mountain High School in Arizona. Detective Steve Berry, from the Mesa Police Department, told CBS: “It is still an ongoing investigation.

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  • This simple gadget fixes the most annoying thing about your home's WiFi

    The worst thing about home internet is when the signal suddenly cuts out without warning. Here's how it works: plug your router and modem into ResetPlug and it automatically monitors your internet connection. When it senses a lapse in your signal, it will automatically cut and restore power to your modem and router until the signal is restored. All we need now is a device that will talk to our internet provider's customer service line for us.

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  • Trump drubs Cruz in Indiana, looks like Republican favourite

    By Ginger Gibson and Alana Wise INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Reuters) - Republican front-runner Donald Trump scored an important victory over rival Ted Cruz in Indiana on Tuesday, a win that moves him close to being unstoppable in his march to the party's presidential nomination. Trump was on track to take well over 50 percent of the vote, eclipsing Cruz, a U.S. senator from Texas. Ohio Governor John Kasich was running a distant third.

  • MTV's Catfish Star Ashley Sawyer Dies Aged 23

    A reality star who appeared on MTV's show Catfish has died aged 23, the channel has confirmed. Ashley Sawyer was featured during the second season of the TV docuseries, which helps people in suspicious online relationships discover the truth about their partners. According to MTV, the cause of Ms Sawyer's death is not known.

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  • Sonic booms shake Yorkshire as RAF jets scrambled to intercept civilian plane

    People took to social media after hearing “two bangs” just before 10pm on Monday night.

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  • Two Children Taken As Man Steals Car On M25

    Two young children have endured a terrifying ordeal after the car they were in was stolen by a suspect on the run from police. Officers had tried to stop a car travelling on the M25 southbound at around 10am on Tuesday. The car failed to stop before pulling over on the hard shoulder - when witnesses say a number of people ran from the vehicle.

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  • Hulk Hogan Files Second Suit With Gawker

    Hulk Hogan has summoned Gawker to the legal ring again, claiming the gossip website leaked sealed court documents that quoted him making racist remarks. Hogan's latest lawsuit contends that Gawker leaked a sealed transcript that quoted him making racist statements about his daughter's ex-boyfriend. The quotes were published by the National Enquirer and Radar Online ahead of Hogan's sex tape trial.

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  • Residents Evacuated After 60ft Sinkhole Emerges Under London Homes

    A hazard zone has been set up around a huge sinkhole that suddenly opened up underneath homes in Plumstead, forcing residents to evacuate. “Residents are currently staying with family or friends or have been put up in hotels.

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  • This simple new device could eliminate break-ins

    Built by the leading engineers in the country with revolutionary wireless technology… Engineered to make your home feel like a fortress...

  • Kvyat To Meet Red Bull Bosses Amid GP Clashes

    Red Bull chiefs will sit down with under-pressure Daniil Kvyat ahead of the next race in Spain after his clashes with Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel "screwed" the team's race in Russia. Kvyat endured a nightmare home grand prix on Sunday, twice hitting the back of Vettel's car within the space of the first three corners. The second incident sent Vettel into the barriers and prompted an expletive-laden rant from the German over the team radio.

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  • Islamic State kills U.S. Navy SEAL in northern Iraq

    By Phil Stewart and Andrea Shalal STUTTGART, Germany (Reuters) - Islamic State militants killed a U.S. Navy SEAL in northern Iraq on Tuesday after blasting through Kurdish defences and overrunning a town in the biggest offensive in the area for months, officials said. The elite serviceman was the third American to be killed in direct combat since a U.S.-led coalition launched a campaign in 2014 to "degrade and destroy" Islamic State and is a measure of its deepening involvement in the conflict. A U.S. defence official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the dead serviceman was a Navy SEAL.

  • Prince 'an alleged cocaine user', according to police call records

    Prince was an alleged cocaine user who could not control his drug habit, according to newly released police call records.

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    Learn More About Acid Reflux Disease and GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease.) Find Out How These Two Medical Conditions Differ From Heartburn.

  • Met Gala 2016: Madonna flashes breasts and buttocks

    Madonna left little to the imagination as she arrived at the Met Gala in a lacy black dress exposing her buttocks and barely covering her breasts. The Queen of Pop, 57, posed on the red carpet in the revealing outfit at one of fashion's biggest events of the year, dubbed the Oscars of the East Coast.

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  • The website of a toy company has been spreading malware that holds files to ransom

    The website of Japanese toy-maker Maisto has been found to be spreading malicious software that encrypts a user's files and holds them to ransom, Ars Technica reports. Maisto is the manufacturer of model vehicles which are sold around the world. Ars Technica says that it looks like someone managed to get into Maisto's website using an outdated version of its content management system.

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  • 'Barbaric' Foster Mum Guilty Of Toddler Murder

    Her 34-year-old foster mum, Kandyce Downer, of Beckbury Road, Weoley Castle in Birmingham, denied murder and causing or allowing the death of a child. After almost three hours of deliberations, a jury at Birmingham Crown Court returned a verdict of guilty on both counts.

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  • 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!

  • Father of Stephen Lawrence says undercover police probe must be open to public

    The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence has warned he may not co-operate with an inquiry into police spies unless the probe is transparent.

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  • EU executive to propose reforming asylum system

    The European Union's executive will propose a reform of the bloc's asylum rules on Wednesday, EU sources said, that reflects caution in the face of deep divisions among governments about how to handle the migration crisis. The European Commission last month floated scrapping a rule in the so-called Dublin system that gives responsibility for handling asylum claims to the first EU state a person enters -- a rule that has placed heavy burdens on Greece and Italy.

  • Drake enjoys views from the top as Beyonce's Lemonade goes flat

    Drake is set to knock Beyonce off the top of the album charts as music fans prove they like his Views over her Lemonade.

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  • Marines Probe Identity Of Iwo Jima Serviceman

    The US Marine Corps is investigating whether it mistakenly identified one of the men shown raising the US flag at Iwo Jima in one of the iconic images of World War Two. The inquiry was launched after two amateur history enthusiasts - Eric Krelle, of Omaha, and Stephen Foley, of Wexford, Ireland - raised doubts about the identity of one of the men in 2014. Associated Press photographer Joe Rosenthal shot the photograph on 23 February, 1945, on Mount Suribachi, amid an intense battle with the Japanese.

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  • Caught By The Fuzz: Dumpster Kitten Teams Up With Moustachioed Cop

    A police officer in the US has been bragging online about his new cop car companion - a cat. The kitten named Squirt was rescued from a dumpster and is now owned by an officer who goes by DonutOperator on Instagram.

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  • Australia cuts interest rates to 1.75 percent

    The Reverse Bank of Australia has cut its cash rate by 25 basis points to a historic low of 1.75%

  • 15 Cancer Causing Foods You Probably Eat Every Day

    Do you eat any of these cancer causing foods? Number 12 will surprise you. Check out the list now.

  • Johnson & Johnson ordered to pay $55 million in talc-powder trial

    By Jessica Dye NEW YORK (Reuters) - Johnson & Johnson was ordered by a U.S. jury on Monday to pay $55 million (37 million pounds) to a woman who said that using the company’s talc-powder products for feminine hygiene caused her to develop ovarian cancer. The verdict, which J&J plans to appeal, was the second straight trial loss for the company, which is facing about 1,200 lawsuits accusing it of not adequately warning consumers about its talc-based products' cancer risks. Following a three-week trial in Missouri state court, jurors deliberated for about a day before returning a verdict for Gloria Ristesund.

  • David Hasselhoff is Engaged to Hayley Roberts

    David Hasselhoff liked it and he put a ring on it. The actor is engaged to his longtime girlfriend Hayley Roberts.

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