The sheer-outfit trend has been on the rise lately, and we predict that 2017 will be the year when everyone starts wearing undergarments…
ATMORE, Ala. (AP) — A man who killed an Alabama convenience store clerk more than two decades ago was put to death Thursday night, an execution that required two consciousness tests as the inmate heaved and coughed 13 minutes into the lethal injection.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump's promise to "work something out" for immigrants brought here illegally as kids is dividing fellow Republicans, underscoring how difficult it will be for Congress to take any action on immigration, whether it's building a wall or dealing with immigrant youths.
Things are heating up between Kaley Cuoco and Karl Cook. The couple started dating in March, and according to a new report The Big Bang Theory star is "super smitten" by her equestrian boyfriend and has fallen "head over heels" in love.
The mother of One Direction star Louis Tomlinson has died at the age of 43 after suffering from leukaemia. The mother-of-seven had been cared for at University College London hospital. Numerous celebrities have paid tributes to the mother-of-seven.
A manhunt is underway after a British holidaymaker died following a fight outside a bar in Costa del Sol.
It can take a lot of vision, money and effort to turn a barn into a stunning living space. Here are some of the most stunning barn conversions currently listed for sale on Zoopla. A beautiful family home situated on the outskirts of the historic Oxfordshire village of Ewelme in the Chiltern Hills, Church Barn provides modern living space, exceptional entertainment facilities and beautiful walled gardens.
By Peter Gosnell SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's national carrier Qantas Airways Ltd will launch the first regular passenger flight directly linking Australia and Europe when it begins flights from Perth to London with Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners, the airline said on Sunday. "When Qantas created the Kangaroo Route to London in 1947, it took four days and nine stops," Qantas chief executive officer Alan Joyce told a news conference in Perth.
Chinese manufacturers are dumping washing machines, such as the Whirlpool machines (pictured), into the US market at artificially low prices, making them subject to punitive duties of up to 52 percent
It’s become fashionable to complain about 2016, with its seemingly never-ending stream of political upsets and celebrity deaths. But could next year be even worse? MORE: Polar bear numbers could drop by a third in 40 years, research says MORE: Police officer killed after huge sinkhole opens up in road in Texas Sadly, there are already a couple of signs that 2017 is going to continue the trends of this year – in other words, doom, despair and disturbance of the status quo.
“We have once again witnessed tonight in Istanbul the ugly face of terror which tramples on every value and decency.”
UK police have warned drivers have to double check their doors after using remote keys to lock car doors, after a wave of thefts. The crooks are believed to have used radio signal jamming to prevent door locking signals, leaving cars unlocked and tricking owners into a false sense of security. The Thames Valley Police said that thieves have stolen goods from 14 vehicles parked at motorway service stations.
It doesn’t look like Blac Chyna’s mother – Tokyo Toni (what a name) – will be invited round to the Kardashian’s for Christmas this year, after going IN on the three sisters following their attempts to block Chyna’s copyright application.
Opponents to Britain leaving the European Union will launch a fresh legal action this week, which could further hamper Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plans, The Sunday Times reported. The newspaper said campaigners will write to the UK government on Monday saying they are taking it to the High Court in an effort to keep Britain in the single market. It said the claimants will seek a judicial review in an attempt to give MPs a new power of veto over the terms on which Britain leaves the EU.