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Pastor John Lowe II stepped down from the New Life Christian Church after being confronted on stage by Bobi Gephart, a 43-year-old woman who came forward with a microphone to tell their church in Warsaw, Indiana, how he'd groomed her as a teen, starting when she was 16 - the legal age of consent in the state. Pastor Lowe II had just told the church that he 'sinned' 20 years ago by committing adultery, without mentioning how old the woman or girl was at the time. He begged for the church's forgiveness, then received a standing ovation. Bobi then stormed towards the stage with her husband, Nate.

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'This is going to get really ugly, really soon': Tucker Carlson slams ex-Fox News colleague who suggested he should be in jail - or 'something worse' - for show's content

Carlson's comments Monday came in response to remarks from former reporter Carl Cameron over the weekend that criticized the host for spreading potentially harmful 'propaganda' and that he and other staffers from the network should be jailed or worse. 'What's "something worse?"' Carlson, 53, asked his audience, after airing a clip of the remarks from former reporter Cameron. 'We're not sure what "something worse" is - but it certainly feels like we're moving toward it at a very high speed at this point,' Carlson seemed to warn, before ominously adding, 'That's the end point to talk like that - "something worse."' Carlson went on: 'R hetoric has it's own internal logic,' Carlson, on of the network's most prominent voices, said. 'We've experienced it - we can talk ourselves into things. We've all done that.' He continued: 'Democrats are doing it right now. And what they're talking themselves into right now, is, quote, "something worse." It's scary.' The host then seemed to offer a grim warning to his progressive critics. 'It is time to pull back, it is time to deescalate - otherwise this is going to get really ugly, really soon.'

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Tucker Carlson took a shot at Kamala Harris for a recent gaffe-filled speech, calling the vice president a 'low IQ wine mom.'

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NEW The 30 Rock insisted in a tweet on Tuesday that the airline employee 'is the victim' - even after footage showed him slapping Langley around the face.

Psaki will also appear as an analyst and will appear on NBC and MSNBC during primetime and election coverage.

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Nearly a million votes have been cast in Georgia's early voting period for Tuesday's primary race, where Trump has backed a variety of candidates for statewide and federal office.

Petronella Ravenshear, who is from London but recently relocated to Florida, names socialite Jemma Kidd and fashion designer Donna Ida among her fans.

Man, 25, is killed and three friends are injured in 300ft California cliff plunge during dawn hike: One slipped going to bathroom - the others fell while trying to find her 

A 25-year-old man was killed and three people were injured after they fell off a 300ft cliff in Southern California during a hike in the early hours of Monday morning. The incident occurred at about 4.30am near Paseo Del Mar in Palos Verdes Estates after one woman in the group slipped and plunged down the cliff while going to the bathroom in the dark. The woman's three friends frantically searched for her in the dark - but in the process they also lost their footing and fell down. Jerardo Huitzil, 25, from Los Angeles, died at the scene and two women were critically injured and airlifted from the beach to a local hospital. The fourth person, Vincent Avila, 25, suffered minor injuries and managed to climb back up from the beach below and alert a passing officer at 4.30am, said Captain Steve Barber of the Palos Verdes Estates Police Department. 

Pelosi questioned whether the archbishop was holding a double standard for banning her from Communion for her position on abortion while keeping quiet about Republicans.

Woke San Francisco Mayor London Breed, who last year spearheaded an effort to defund the city's police force, made the announcement Monday hours after cops from the city said they would not attend.

Russia launches all-out assault to encircle Ukrainian troops in twin cities straddling eastern river in bid to salvage Moscow's lackluster campaign

Russia has launched an all-out offensive to try and surround and capture the cities of Severodonetsk and Lysychansk, in Donbas, as Putin's generals try to claw a bloody victory from the jaws of defeat. Lyman, to the west of those cities, came under heavy bombardment late Monday into Tuesday as lung-crushing thermobaric rockets slammed into the city centre. Meanwhile Russian forces were bombing Bakhmut and Soledar as they pushed west and north out of Popansa, in an attempted pincer movement to cut supply lines into Severodonetsk and Lysychansk. If the two cities fall then it will mean Russia is in control of the whole of the Luhansk region - one of Putin's key war aims - and will open up the way for attacks on Slovyansk and Kramatorsk, the last remaining strongholds in Donetsk province. Taking all of them puts Russia in full control of Donbas. But failure would mean Russia being forced to give up on all-but its most-modest of war goals - heaping fresh humiliation on Putin after capitulation in Kyiv and Kharkiv, and putting the survival of his regime in doubt.

The Russian leader has been accused of deliberately weaponizing food supplies to cause global chaos, and has been targeting Ukrainian farms and production sites.

Kyiv military spy chief Kyrylo Budanov said he fears the Russian leader still has a 'few more years' left in him despite suffering from 'several serious illnesses'.

Major-General Alexander Kurenkov (left), 49, nominated today by Putin, is the sixth bodyguard to the Russian president to be appointed to high government office. The last man to hold the post was Yevgeny Zinichev (right), also an ex-Putin guard, who died falling down a 90ft waterfall amid suspicions of murder. Nicknamed 'the man without a face', little is known about Kurenkov's past and background, with claims he had served in the FSB counterintelligence agency as well as the FSO, responsible for guarding senior officials. Official records said Zinichev, who was 'being groomed for tsardom as a possible successor' to Putin, was killed trying to 'save a man' at the Kitabo-Oron waterfall in September at the UNESCO World Heritage Site in Siberia.


The Academy Award-winning actor, 84, was among the 963 people on the list released by the Kremlin Saturday.

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A Moscow court ruled to 'leave the sentence without changes', meaning the leader of Russia's opposition will go to a strict-regime penal colony with harsh conditions, including few family visits.

British model Kate Moss, 48, who dated Johnny Depp from 1994 until 1997, is set to appear at the actor's defamation trial against his ex-wife Amber Heard on Wednesday.

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Aquaman exec says they had to FABRICATE chemistry between Amber Heard and Jason Momoa in postproduction and discussed recasting her role with 'someone more natural'

Amber Heard's legal team rested its case Tuesday without calling Johnny Depp to the stand. Walter Hamada, President of DC-Based Film Production, Warner Bros. Pictures, testified via video deposition He denied that Heard's compensation was affected by anything said by Depp or his lawyer Adam Waldman. He admitted there was a weeks long delay in confirming that Head would take part in Aquaman 2 because of 'conversations about recasting' her role and considered 'someone with better more natural chemistry'. 'You can fabricate that chemistry. If you watch the movie they look like they had great chemistry. It took a lot of effort to get there. Sometimes it's very easy and sometimes it's hard,' Hamada said. Hamada denied that Warner Bros was considering paying Heard more for Aquaman 2 because a 'big part of our philosophy' was to hold actors to their original agreements. Heard's legal team have claimed she could have renegotiated her fee from $2million for the first Aquaman movie to $6million for the second one.

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The unidentified woman's outburst came during a break after Judge Penney Azcarate left the courtroom. 'Johnny, I love you! Our souls are connected,' the woman exclaimed.

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Amanda Knox said neither Johnny Depp nor Amber Heard will truly win in the feuding ex's defamation trial because their 'trauma, pain and ugliness' has been paraded before millions of people.

Georgia takes center stage in Tuesday's primary elections as Gov. Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger try to fight back challengers endorsed by former President Donald Trump, who is seeking revenge for his 2020 election defeat in the state. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia is testing Republican voters' tolerance for controversy in her primary. On the Democratic side, Rep. Lucy McBath and Rep. Carolyn Bourdeaux are facing off after McBath switched districts because of redistricting. In Alabama, three Republicans are in a tight race for the nomination to replace retiring Sen. Richard Shelby. In Arkansas, former White House press secretary Sarah Sanders is a front-runner for the Republican nomination for governor.

The Trump-backed Perdue accused the Democratic candidate for governor of 'demeaning her own race' with the comments on the eve of the Republican race that sees him trailing to Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp.

Now THAT'S what you call a subway! London puts New York to shame as it unveils gleaming new $25BN Elizabeth tube line in stark contrast to Big Apple's crime and homeless-ridden network of filthy trains and stations

NEW London proudly showed off its sparkling new Elizabeth Line on Tuesday, giving fresh context to the shameful state of the New York City subway where four murders have occurred already this year. The subway in New York City is, admittedly cheaper than in London; $2.75 will take passengers anywhere in the five boroughs, whereas London's fares can cost as much as £9.40 ($11) for a single journey between Zones 1 and Zones 9. New Yorkers however pay upwards of 3 percent in NYC income tax - on top of federal and state income tax too. Mayor Eric Adams vowed a crackdown on crime when he took office in January but so far, he has failed to gain control of the situation.

Joe Biden's administration is in talks with representatives of Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Israel aimed at normalizing relations between Saudi and Israel - with two islands at stake.

'The Nazis are coming!': Shocking moment men dressed as Hitler's Brownshirts stage kidnap of man wearing fake Hasidic sidelocks outside Beverly Hills Hotel

A box truck covered with anti-Semitic slogans and men dressed in Nazi uniforms drove through the Los Angeles area last weekend sparking an investigation by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. The watchdog group, StopAntisemitism, has identified the men as part of an anti-Semitic hate group called the Goyim Defense League. On Sunday, the truck was film driving through the LA area and stopping in front of the posh Beverly Hills hotel. In the video, a man in yellow shorts and a hat with fake sidelocks, mocking the style of a Hasidic person, runs out of the box truck yelling 'The Nazi's. The Nazis are coming.' Two men in brown shirts with arm bands and helmets with their faces cover by gas masks followed after him and loitered outside the hotel.

A CRANEL shot a week for four weeks could improve skin, boost collagen levels, support the gut and protect against UTIs, say thousands of impressed shoppers.

With summer on the way now is the perfect time to shop for a new pair of flip flops. Havaianas is one of the biggest names slashing prices on Amazon right now.

Lorenzen Wright's ex-wife will not be granted early release from a 30-year prison sentence she received after pleading guilty to plotting the retired NBA player's 2010 slaying.

Researchers from the University of Colorado set out to test how sexualised images of males on the app affect viewers' perceptions of them.

Officials in Washington said a man in King County — which includes Seattle — tested positive for the family of viruses that includes monkeypox after recently returning from abroad. He is now isolating at home and awaiting confirmatory test results from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Health chiefs warn it is a 'possibility' that other cases will crop up in the state, although say they have found 'no evidence' of onward transmission so far. Florida also revealed a second suspected case today in another individual from Broward County — which borders Miami. It was not clear whether this was linked to the first reported Sunday in the same county. America now has six suspected cases of monkeypox, with one also in New York City and two in Utah. One case has been confirmed in Boston, Massachusetts, so far. None of the individuals have been named, but the CDC revealed Monday that they were all male and had travelled internationally over the last month. Globally, the total has surged to more than 170 cases confirmed in at least 20 nations — mostly in Europe — including the UK, France and Italy. 

Dr David Heymann, who used to head the WHO's emergencies department, said monkeypox may have happened been spread at two recent raves in Spain and Belgium.

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Scientists in Portugal, who are studying the genetic material of the monkeypox virus behind the global outbreak, spotted mutations in 50 parts of the strain.

European health chiefs have warned monkeypox, could become endemic to the Continent if it spreads from people to pet rodents like rats and mice which can carry the virus.

Japan scrambled jets after Russian and Chinese warplanes neared its airspace on Tuesday, when Tokyo was hosting the leaders of the Quad countries including the United States.

Ricky Gervais is praised for his 'latest zero f***s given' Netflix standup show as he mocks cancel culture with jokes about trans people - sparking immediate Twitter pile-on from woke brigade 

Ricky Gervais has been praised for hitting out at cancel culture in new Netflix show SuperNature by joking about 'old fashioned' and 'new women with beards and c**ks' as fans call it his 'funniest stand-up ever'. The comedian, 60, starts the show by describing comedy to the audience as 'basically a bloke talking', before purposely failing to recall any 'funny female comedians'. And just minutes into his opening monologue, Gervais yawns to the crowd as he talks about 'those old-fashioned women, you know, with wombs'. Talking to the audience about cancel culture and the transgender issues, he says: 'Ah women. Not all women, I mean the old-fashioned women, you know the ones with wombs? Those f***ing dinosaurs. 'I love the new women. They're great, aren't they? The new ones we've been seeing lately. The ones with beards and c***s. They're as good as gold, I love them.

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Graff left the Trump Organization, in April 2021, but was among several people involved in keeping his records. She started working for him in 1987 and was described as his gatekeeper.

Disney is pricing average American families out of a trip to Disney World - with a week-long vacation now costing a family of four $6,000 as the entertainment conglomerate raises prices


Kellyanne Conway describes her horror at discovering that her 15-year-old daughter's TikTok posts had gone viral in her new memoir, published on Tuesday, and condemns people who called the police on her family. In 'Here's the Deal,' she tells the story of her time as one of Donald Trump's closest advisers and dishes juicy asides on the cast of characters who rotated through the White House. But she also describes how he marriage was derailed by her husband's Twitter condemnation of her boss and how family life was sent into a spin when Taylor Loewnz, a New York Times reporter, shared a thread of her daughter Claudia's anti-Trump TikTok videos.

A career criminal has been indicted for impersonating an officer after he attempted to apprehend two women who disputed their bill at a restaurant in Prince George's County, Maryland.


Galveston County Sheriff's deputies were overwhelmed over the weekend as they responded to mounting reports of assaults, brawls and DWIs when the 'Go Topless Jeep' festival.

New York City police have released a mugshot of Andrew Abdullah, 25, left, who they say killed Daniel Enriquez, 48, right, on board the Q train at 11.42am Sunday. Witnesses say Abdullah paced up and down the train car before he pulled out a gun and shot Enriquez at close range. Enriquez, a researcher at Goldman Sachs, was then rushed to a hospital and was pronounced dead. Meanwhile, police say, Abdullah remains on the loose after he fled the scene and handed his gun off to a homeless individual who sold it to another homeless individual for cocaine. Abdullah is now wanted for Enriquez's murder and is also facing charges for stealing property, domestic abuse, endangering the welfare of a child and gun possession for a slew of other offenses as the city's crime wave continues - with many now afraid to ride the subways. But New York City Mayor Eric Adams, inset, said New Yorkers should be grateful that he is in charge because he 'understands' the situation.

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Californian senators will vote on whether to permit parents to sue platforms like Instagram and TikTok for up to $25,000 per violation under a bill pushed by Jordan Cunningham (pictured).

Cannes screening of Crimes of the Future - starring Kristen Stewart and Léa Seydoux - prompts walk outs as child autopsies, mutations and wound licking are shown in first five minutes

Several audience members walked out of the screening of Crimes of the Future during Cannes Film Festival on Monday night due to the film's graphic scenes. The David Cronenberg-directed movie - which stars Kristen Stewart and Lea Seydoux - showed 'grotesque' scenes of child autopsies, bloody intestines and body mutations. At the end however the film was given a seven-minute standing ovation from remaining audience members, suggesting it could be polarizing among viewers.

The number of American births increased by 1% in 2021, the first increase in seven years. In total, the nation recorded 3,659,289 births in 2021, or 56.6 for every 1,000 women in the country.

Amber Bowling, who was 21 at the time, placed the crying infant into a garbage bag and threw him over the second-story banister of an apartment complex in Manchester, according to a citation.

Chilling moment woman is found yelling for help inside abandoned Chicago home - where she was 'kidnapped, tied up and raped for five days' - as cops search for suspect who fled scene

Antoine Dobine, 53, (below) heard the unnamed woman, 36, (circled main) banging on the abandoned home's window near the 19100 block of Eggleston Avenue in West Pullman in Chicago's South Side. He immediately called police after hearing the woman's cries. The woman, who remains unidentified for privacy reasons, claims that she had been trapped inside the brick home for four or five days and that her abductor had raped her twice. She was taken to Little Company of Mary Hospital in good condition after police escorted her out of the home at around 5:30 p.m. Dobine livestreamed the discovery on his Facebook, which has now accumulated more than 800,000 views.

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An anonymous hacker working within China's western Xinjiang province was able to leak almost 3,000 images of Uyghur Muslims detained in prisons and 're-education' camps in the region.

University of South Florida researchers set out to discover why 'wandering salamanders' willingly jump from such great heights and what makes them aerodynamic.

Meghan's stuck in the middle! Awkward moment Duchess of Sussex is caught behind Harry and his polo teammates as they struggle to lift the trophy over her head

Meghan Markle, 40, was on hand to present Prince Harry, 37, and his team, Los Padres, with a trophy after they won an event at the Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club. But the prize-giving had clearly not been rehearsed and Meghan ended up being squashed between Harry and one of his teenage teammates as they struggled to lift the heavy cup over her head for a photo. After a few seconds in the shadows at the back of the stage, Meghan stepped to the front of the stage for her moment in the spotlight. Footage of the encounter was shared online by a Twitter user who noted it looked like they 'didn't know where to put her' and then ended up 'blocking her with the trophy'.

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Jared Kushner lost Donald Trump the White House and presided over a 'wonky mishmash' of a campaign that cost him nearly $2bn and the presidency, according to Kellyanne Conway.

Boris Johnson is again fighting for his political life after photos of lockdown breaches in Downing Street started to emerge - with more expected in Sue Gray's full report.

Prince Harry appeared relaxed today as he cycled with his security near his California home - days before he is due to travel to the UK to celebrate the Queen's Jubilee with his family (left, right). It comes after an expert warned the presence of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex could 'destabilise' the Queen's Platinum Jubilee and cause resentment among other members of the Royal Family (inset).

Researchers from the University of Puget Sound in Washington have revealed that people who use mobile payment methods are more likely to overspend.

Surveillance footage shows car belonging to on-the-run yoga teacher driving away from murdered love rival's home just before her body was discovered - as it's revealed she used a silencer to mask gunfire (but her father says 'no way she did it')

Thirty-five-year-old Kaitlin Armstrong is currently on the run after being charged with the murder of cyclist Moriah 'Mo' Wilson, 25. Armstrong may have been driven by jealousy and a belief that her boyfriend, Colin Strickland was cheating on her with Wilson, according to police. Mike Armstrong reiterated his support for his daughter and said he believes she would not kill anyone. 'We love you Katie, and we are going to figure this out ... I know her, I know how she thinks and I know what she believes [in],' he said.

Michael Phillips, 68, and Robbie Phillips, 65, of Tennessee, and Vincent Chiarella, 64, of Florida, were all found dead on May 6 inside neighboring villas at the resort on Great Exuma Island.

Lori, 25, spoke out about the tactics she used to lose weight on TikTok - which involved doing Pilates, alongside cardio workouts and cutting down her calorie intake. However, the model received some backlash after she revealed that she only ate 1,200 calories a day, despite professionals recommending that adults 21 and older consume anywhere between 1,600 and 3,000 calories per day. Although some people were happy that Lori shared her weight loss secrets, others slammed her for eating such a low amount and promoting it online. Lori defended herself in the comment section, explaining that although it 'worked for her and her body, everyone is different.' According to Healthline, a 1,200-calorie diet is 'much too low' for 'most people' and can result in 'negative side effects' like dizziness, nausea, and fatigue.

New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge says it is time to move on after Josh Donaldson's controversial 'Jackie Robinson' remark to Chicago's Tim Anderson, but did rebuke his teammate.

Pro-Putin journalist accidentally reveals position of Russian mega mortar in propaganda report... and Ukraine blows it up the next day

Aleksandr Kots (top right) was proudly showing off the 2S4 Tyulpan 240mm self-propelled heavy mortar in a propaganda report in Severodonetsk after it was moved from Mariupol. The weapon is the largest calibre mortar system in service, firing huge 288-pound F864 shells to a range of six miles. Kots' report in Rubizhne showed several angles of the giant mortar, which can also fire Smel'chak laser-guided rounds, 3B11 nuclear shells, and 308 rocket-assisted cargo shells, in his report showing off the weapon to Russians back home. But less than 24 hours after his footage was aired, the mortar was blown to pieces by Ukrainian forces, who gleefully shared footage of their scalp.

Ukraine claimed the shot demonstrated the high accuracy of the latest NATO weapons that have arrived in the country and continue to enter the battlefield.

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Lithuanian foreign minister Gabrielius Landsbergis said yesterday he had discussed the creation of such a 'protective corridor' from Odesa with British foreign secretary Liz Truss.

John McEnroe and Tim Henman clash in an awkward live TV debate over Wimbledon's ban on Russian players

Former tennis stars John McEnroe and Tim Henman clashed in an awkward live TV debate over Wimbledon's decision to ban Russian and Belarusian players from their tournament this summer - after the ATP and WTA stripped it of its ranking points following the controversial move. Wimbledon will now effectively be an exhibition and there has been a suggestion that players could skip the competition entirely. The All-England club have stood with the UK Government to condemn Russia for their invasion of Ukraine and said they have 'carefully considered the situation in the context of our duties to the players, to our community and to the broader UK public as a British sporting institution'. 

The heads of the U.S., Australia, India, and Japan will meet together in Tokyo Tuesday on the last day of President Joe Biden's trip, with a new maritime agreement being announced.

The former US secretary of state Henry Kissinger told the global elite that Ukraine should give Russia territory within the next two months and accept terms that fail to meet current war aims.

They were formally married during an alfresco ceremony at the medieval Castello Brown fortress in Portofino on Sunday. And newlyweds Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker have been lapping up all the Italian Riviera has to offer as they continued their palatial wedding celebrations on Monday. The KUWTK star, 43, and her Blink-182 drummer husband, 46, were soaking up the sunshine - and married life - as they spent quality time together on the coast.

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Khloe Kardashian took to Instagram to share three new images from Kourtney Kardashian's wedding weekend. She uploaded images in which she wore a vintage Dolce and Gabbana gown.

Kim and Khloe Kardashian were seen arriving back in Los Angeles after celebrating sister Kourtney's lavish wedding to rocker Travis Barker in Italy.

While they are known for being some of the most beautiful women in the world, the Kardashians are no stranger to a good filter while posing on Instagram for their millions of followers. Sisters Kim, 41, (left) Kourtney, 43, (right) and Khloe, 37, have their social media accounts brimming with perfected snaps which often have noticeable differences to the away they look in real life while out and about attending events where the ability to tweak their appearances is out of their hands. It comes as the women made liberal use of filters as they shared a plethora of images from Kourtney's recent lavish nuptials to Travis Barker in Portofino, Italy, on Sunday.

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A study has found that Ancient Mayans stuck gemstones to their teeth to prevent infection and decay. Research led by Cinvestav, Mexico found the sealants may have had therapeutic properties.

People from around the world took to anonymous sharing app Whisper to reveal the lies their parents have been telling them from years, including one person whose dad lied about having cancer.

Transgender dancer, 41, reveals how her own FATHER left her suicidal after he told her she'd be an 'ugly woman' and would 'never be loved' when she came out at 16 - as she reunites with him for the first time in DECADES

Cassandra Cass, 41, who now works as a burlesque dancer, grew up in Des Moines, Iowa, with her dad and three brothers. At age 16, she came out as transgender to her family - but the announcement was met with a very cold shoulder from her father. Cassandra said her dad, Jim, 75, told her she was going to make an 'ugly woman' and that she'd 'never be loved,' which resulted in her contemplating suicide. Jim's reaction sparked a major rift between them and for years, the father-daughter duo had a strained relationship. However, now, they're back on speaking terms and ready to put the past behind them. The two reunited for the first time in years and spoke about their problems.

Scientists from the University of Copenhagen have found that pigs and horses, can actually tell the difference between negative and positive sounds in human speech.

Dutch-Belgian actress Sand Van Roy had accused the Lucy director of raping her over a two-year on-off relationship, and filed a complaint against him in May 2018.

People from around the world have taken to social media to share photos of people whose good intentions ended in disaster, with Opossum Sauce rounding up a selection of the best examples for an amusing gallery. Pictured left: An emergency hub without a telephone installed, warning people to have an emergency in a different location. Pictured top right: A marriage proposal in the Philippines with an aggressive banner. Pictured bottom right: A box with confusing warnings.


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Time for Tubby bye bye! Horrified father finds out his son has smashed $5,000 Teletubby sculpture at Hong Kong toy shop... and he has to pay for it 

A Hong Kong father ended up splashing out more than he intended on a trip to the toy store after his son was smashed a nearly six foot porcelain Teletubby sculpture. Furious staff found the 5.9ft-tall golden sculpture made smashed into pieces at a toy shop in Langham Place shopping mall in the Mongkok district of Hong Kong, China, on Sunday May 22. They checked the store's CCTV footage and the boy could be seen leaning onto the gold-coloured sculpture before trying to pull it back from falling. He was unable to save the giant glittery decorative item and it crashed to the ground. At the time, the boy's father, Cheng, was on a call outside the shop but turned back in after hearing a loud smashing sound. The boy's dad said: 'My son was motionless, he was just staring down at the toy. My son was terrified after the incident that he had to skip school. He asked me why the sculpture looked scary.'

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Princess Sofia showcased her trendy sense of style as she joined husband Prince Carl Philip at a charity event in Stockholm on Tuesday. The royal couple attended a performance organised in collaboration with the Tim Bergling Foundation, the real name of late Swedish DJ Avicii, who died in 2018. Mother-of-three Sofia, 37, donned a stunning lace dress from the DAY Birger et Mikkelsen AW22 collection, while Carl Philip looked equally polished in a navy suit.

The attorney general of Washington DC, Karl Racine, on Monday filed a suit against Mark Zuckerberg, accusing him of agreeing a deal with Cambridge Analytica despite data concerns.

Isaiah Lee, 23, said that he felt Will Smith was right to slap Chris Rock at the Oscars, because he was standing up for his wife. Lee, who is bisexual, said he was standing up for the LGBTQ community.

Moment rampaging bull jumps over a fence and mows through crowds in the middle of California rodeo injuring at least six

The bull escaped the Redding Rodeo in California on Friday night, striking six people as it leapt over the wall near the Sundial Bridge and sending one woman to hospital. The footage shows the bull bucking off its rider before jumping over the enclosure and into the crowd, with people diving out of the way. Audience members screamed as the bull rampaged through the crowd as rodeo workers looked on in horror.

Fashion icon and beauty lover Trinny Woodall has unpacked her no-nonsense day on a plate that keeps her physically fit and alert at 58 - and the moisturisers she's using to maintain her youthful glow.

A mother-of-three has admitted her baby bump was so small during her last pregnancy that she could hide it - with shocking photos showing her flat bump at eight-months pregnant. Allanah Harris, from Queensland, posted her photo montage on TikTok showing her last photo before delivery with an almost flat bump - leaving users questioning 'how?'. She wrote: 'Have you ever known anyone that hid their pregnancy? Here's my story.' Pictured left to right: Eight months pregnant in a bikini, and the last photo before delivery with very flat bumps with healthy baby (right)

Jason Guzman, 26, drove into Taft Elementary in Santa Ana without permission on Monday morning, prompting the school to go into lockdown. Three explosive devices were in his vehicle

Eudora Okoro, 60, says she is often mistaken for being in her 30s and 40s: 'I've had a lot of younger men contact me, some of whom are 19 or even 20.' (pictured left, right and inset). The dance teacher and DJ, who claims she has never had cosmetic surgery, explained that she has managed to defy the signs of ageing by staying hydrated, active and wearing SPF. She explained how she hated being skinny throughout her teenage years and began eating to try and get bigger. The Brit said decided to be more mindful of her diet and lifestyle after her father warned that her mother had been slim until she hit her 30s.

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Rehema Muthamia, 26, who has Kenyan heritage and spent part of her childhood in Kenya, was crowned Miss England in a glittering ceremony in Coventry. Despite the prestigious accolade she's gone on to face horrendous comments, including being branded 'Miss KFC' and asked 'how is Miss England Black?' Speaking to My London she revealed people also sent emails to the Miss England organisation to complain about her winning.'I already knew I would face racism as a Black woman in England, not in London so much but being British and Black I am conscious of the fact people will be prejudice towards me,' she said.

BBC News ticker goes rogue: Viewers are told that 'Manchester United are rubbish' and 'weather rain everywhere' before red-faced presenter apologises and blames it on a trainee 

People watching the BBC News channel at around 9.35am could be forgiven for thinking they were misreading the scrolling news banner at the bottom of the screen. But two hours later a red-faced presenter (bottom right) was forced to apologise and blamed the words on a trainee who was being taught how to use the ticker. Despite the potential for causing upset, delighted social media users praised the BBC for being 'fair and accurate' in its representation of Manchester United. The words appeared on the screen at 9.35am while during this morning's sports bulletin. While reports from the tennis action at the French Open were being shown on the screen, the words 'Manchester United are rubbish' (left) appeared at the bottom of the screen. This was quickly followed by the phrase 'Weather rain everywhere' (top right), leading to confusion among keen-eyed viewers.


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Python Pool is a spectacular oasis in the middle of the Pilbara desert, less than a two hour drive inland from the mining town of Karratha in Western Australia. The watering hole is nestled in the stunning Milstream-Chichester Range National Park renowned for its natural beauty. Python Pool's ghost gum tree-lined natural lake is also a popular picnic spot. Being so remote, the only noises that can break the eerie silence are from the local bird life that echo off the rock faces. 

Nearly half of sun-size stars are in binary systems where the energy extends the habitable region further away and makes it larger, according to University of Copenhagen experts.

An Australian influencer had to call her father for help after being 'scammed' by an ATM while on vacation in Italy. Former Bachelor star Bella Varelis, 27, (left and right) wasn't able to splash out at a Dior store after a dodgy cash machine stole her holiday savings - but her daddy (inset) 'came to the rescue' by wiring over some emergency funds, which allowed her to 'spoil herself'. Ms Varelis, who is travelling through Europe with her boyfriend Will Stokoe, documented her ordeal on Instagram on Monday, telling her 110,000 followers she'd been saving up for a lavish purchase and was worried the ATM 'scam' meant she'd go home empty-handed.