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  • Harper Beckham Adorably Beams As She Clings To Dad David Beckham At LAX Airport

    Harper Beckham could not have looked happier as she arrived in dad David Beckham’s arms at LAX. David’s brood had been celebrating wife Victoria Beckham’s 41st birthday in Malibu, where they dined at celeb hot spot Nobu. Fancy.

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  • Miliband is now most likely to be next prime minister

    It all comes down to numbers. Try playing the BBC’s majority-builder game, which offers some likely scenarios and gives you the chance to work out plausible governments. More often than not you’re likely to find the Conservatives fall short, even with

    Talking Politics
  • Britain's Got Talent Defend Henry Gallagher After Editing Glitch Sparks Controversy

    If you watched Britain's Got Talent this weekend, you will have seen adorable 12-year-old Henry Gallagher, who took to the stage to perform a song he wrote himself about a girl he's got a crush on. But while the judges were busy showering him with praise

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  • Princess Diana's Will Revealed! How Did She Split her $40 Million Estate?

    Princess Diana's last wishes have been revealed as her will has now been made public.

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  • New airline seating plans will squeeze in 615 passengers

    If the thought of sitting in an airline seat leaves already leaves you feeling claustrophobic, then brace yourself for the next development – flights carrying a record-breaking 615 passengers will begin with months. The Airbus A380, the world's biggest passenger plane, is set to break the record for the most passengers carried by a scheduled flight, overtaking the rival Boeing 747. The Boeing 747, launched in the 1970s, typically holds 350 to 400 people. The A380 "Superjumbo", which started flying commercially in 2007, is certified to carry up to 853 people, but no airline has even approached that shoulder-shrinking capacity.

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  • Danielle Lineker wows in a blue gown with a risqué thigh-high split

    Stars gathered on the red carpet to honour Kevin Spacey at a gala at the Old Vic in London. But all eyes were on Danielle Lineker as she stepped out in a stunning blue dress. The event was to celebrate Kevin Spacey’s 11-year tenure as Artistic Direction

    SNAP.PA
  • EastEnders Bosses Fuming With Abi Branning Actress Lorna Fitzgerald After She's Pictured Taking Legal High

    It looks as though Abi Branning is becoming more of a wild child both onscreen and off if this latest piece of goss is anything to go by, with EastEnders bosses said to be absolutely fuming with Lorna Fitzgerald after the young actress was caught taking a legal high following a night out in London. It is reported that Lorna and a pal bought the legal high for £10 at 4am in Vauxhall, after they'd partied the night away at Lightbox club nearby. A source told The Sun: "EastEnders really aren't happy and are going to be talking to Lorna about it.

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  • ISIS's British love guru offers advice on jealous jihadi brides

    A British former supermarket security guard, who left his parents house and became an ISIS jihadist in Syria, has been busy writing advice about 'dealing' with wannabe jihadi brides.

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  • Hubble Space Telescope: NASA Releases Stunning Images To Celebrate 25th Anniversary (8 photos)

    NASA is celebrating the Hubble Space Telescope's 25th anniversary with a variety of events highlighting its groundbreaking achievements and scientific contributions with activities running 20-26 April. This stunning gallery shows some of the 25 images chosen by the space agency to highlight Hubble's successful quarter century. Hubble, the world's first space telescope, was launched on April 24, 1990 aboard the space shuttle Discovery and is one of the most productive scientific instruments ever constructed.

    Yahoo News
  • Spokesman: Alabama woman left to join Islamic State group

    A spokesman for a Muslim couple in Alabama on Monday said their 20-year-old daughter fled a Birmingham suburb to join Islamic State extremists in Syria after being recruited via the Internet. Hassan Shibly spoke at the mosque on behalf of the parents of the young woman, whom he identified only as Hoda. Shibly, an attorney and chief executive director for the Florida chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, said Hoda left in November.

    Associated Press
  • The Kids From Home Alone: Then And Now

    High on everyone’s favourite Christmas movie list, ‘Home Alone’ is one of the most entertaining (and quotable) festive films of all time. But what happened to the sizable McCallister clan once the cameras stopped rolling on the classic Crimbo caper

    Yahoo Movies UK
  • China's stock market is now so big its computers can't handle all the numbers

    China's stock trading fever has made the Shanghai Stock Exchange the world's biggest in terms of turnover, surpassing the New York Stock Exchange, but the explosion in volumes has exceeded the ability of the exchange's software to report it. The exchange's trading turnover exceeded 1 trillion yuan (£108.24bn) for the first time on Monday, but the data could not be properly displayed because its software was not designed to report numbers that high. "This is a software configuration issue, not a technical glitch," the Shanghai Stock Exchange said in a statement, adding that trading and price quotes for individual stocks were not affected.

    Telegraph
  • Clear post-ice Lake Michigan shows off submerged shipwrecks

    The clear blue, post-winter waters of northern Lake Michigan have disclosed some of their hidden history to a U.S. Coast Guard crew, which took a series of photographs of shipwrecks lying on the lake bottom in the waters off the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. The Grand Rapids Press (http://bit.ly/1DYlh1Y ) reports that the Traverse City-based helicopter was a on a routine patrol when the crew spotted the wrecks and got pictures of them. The shallow waters of the lake off the Leelanau Peninsula near Leland are the site of many 19th and early 20th century shipwrecks.

    Associated Press
  • Football - PREVIEW-Real's Rodriguez may hold key amid injury crisis

    Real coach Carlo Ancelotti will be without playmaker Luka Modric and forward Gareth Bale while striker Karim Benzema's knee injury may be more serious than first thought and he will also miss the quarter-final, second leg. Ancelotti must improvise by either playing two, rather than the usual trident, in attack as he has often done in the absence of Bale or by pushing Rodriguez forward on to the right wing to take the place of the Welshman. Rodriguez has been in impressive form since his return from injury at the beginning of April with Real winning all four league games.

    Reuters
  • SS 'accountant of Auschwitz' going on trial in Germany

    Hedy Bohm had just turned 16 when the Nazis packed her and her parents onto a cattle car in May 1944 and sent them from Hungary to the Auschwitz death camp in occupied Poland. One of the black-uniformed men on the ramp was likely SS guard Oskar Groening. Two of those deaths were Bohm's parents, who are believed to have been killed in the gas chambers immediately upon arrival in Auschwitz.

    Associated Press
  • Scary Inhaler Accident: What a Woman Learned from It

    A woman in Australia had an unexpected medical emergency on New Year's Eve after she accidentally inhaled one of her earrings, according to a new case report. The inhaler rattled when she picked it up, but the woman dismissed it as a loose connection within the device. "Unfortunately, she was not taught to replace the cap on the inhaler after she has used it," said the lead author of the case report, Dr. Lucinda Blake, a core medical trainee at St. Vincent's Hospital in Sydney.

    LiveScience.com
  • US warship heads to Yemeni waters; could block Iran weapons

    The Navy aircraft carrier, USS Theodore Roosevelt is steaming toward the waters off the country to beef up security and join other American ships that are prepared to intercept any Iranian vessels carrying weapons to the Houthi rebels. Navy officials said Monday that the Roosevelt was moving through the Arabian Sea. The Navy has been beefing up its presence in the Gulf of Aden and the southern Arabian Sea in response to reports that a convoy of about eight Iranian ships is heading toward Yemen and possibly carrying arms for the Houthis.

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  • Ariana Grande's Dad DENIES Commenting On Big Sean's 'I Give Her The D' Instagram Photo

    It all started when the 27-year-old rapper took to his social media account to share a pic of himself in Detroit, giving the snap the raunchy caption: "I give her that D… #Detroit", leaving many fans pretty cert that he meant an entirely different kind of 'D'. Anyways, one eagle-eyed follower got a tad overexcited when they saw somebody who calls themselves Edward Butera respond to the pic with: "That D better be Detroit, Sean.", and before you knew it the world erupted into a media frenzy about how frickin' awesome 22-year-old Ari's dad is.

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  • X Factor's Stereo Kicks Slag Off Louis Walsh: 'We're Glad To Be Away From Him'

    Poor ol' Louis Walsh isn't having the best of times lately, following reports that he'd been axed from The X Factor after eleven long years on the show, Stereo Kicks, who he used to mentor, have come forward to royally slag him off. "Obviously Louis didn't exactly help the situation by suggesting that a couple of us should be kicked out of the band. "I'd be lying if I said I wish we were still with Louis.

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  • Landlords have two months to register deposits or face £3,600 fine

    Thousands of landlords with long-standing tenants could face a £3,600 shock penalty unless they register deposits by this summer. The Government is running a 90-day amnesty for buy-to-let investors who have yet to put their tenants' deposits into an official scheme. It is thought that up one in three of the 1.5 million private landlords in England and Wales are not registered with a deposit protection service despite legislation enforced in 2007.

    Telegraph