The sheer-outfit trend has been on the rise lately, and we predict that 2017 will be the year when everyone starts wearing undergarments…
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.
Students at Edinburgh University have voted in favour of installing "nap pods" in an effort to beat sleep deprivation. The pods, which cost up to £10,000, each provide a specially designed aircraft-style bed and users can "screen out" surrounding sound by playing relaxing music through a large-scale helmet and rotating visor. A student-led think-tank in Edinburgh concluded that the devices would boost satisfaction levels at the university and 84% of students backed the proposal.
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.
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.
A manhunt is underway after a British holidaymaker died following a fight outside a bar in Costa del Sol.
The businesswoman spearheading the Brexit legal challenge has told impatient Leave voters they should "go and knock on Number 10". Gina Miller, an investment manager and philanthropist, has become the figurehead of the legal challenge which argues Theresa May should not be able to trigger Article 50 to begin Brexit proceedings without a vote by MPs. On 3 November, the High Court ruled in favour of Mrs Miller and the Government appealed, sending the case to the Supreme Court.
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.
Fraudsters are targeting Amazon shoppers in the US, UK and Australia this holiday season with a new "authentic-looking" phishing scam that attempts to steal users' personal and bank details. The fraudulent email, which has been sent to thousands of consumers, includes the subject line: "You Amazon.com order cannot be shipped." It also asks them to confirm "certain information" by clicking on a link, noting that they will lose access to their Amazon account and will be unable to place any future orders if they fail to do so. After plugging in their personal details and clicking the "Save & Continue" button, consumers are then automatically redirected to Amazon's official website, making it increasingly difficult for consumers to realise they have been duped.
A German model was pleasantly surprised when she saw a couple waving at her as she went for a dip in the sea – and obligingly waved back. Gutsche had been catching the sun at Cocoa Beach in Florida’s Cape Canaveral when she decided to go for a dip in the sea.
Short, who works out of Birmingham and is one of the world's most famous micro-artists, worked for two weeks on each note and then quietly put each one back into circulation. The 70-year-old decided to use Jane Austen because next year is the 200th anniversary of her death and her image will be on the new £10 note.
The shih tzu has been named Kain by the RSPCA officers looking after him at Woodside Animal Centre in Braunstone Frith, Leicester. Inspector Sally Kearns said: “Poor Kain was in such a state when he was found by a member of public – he has clearly not been cared for in some time.
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.
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.
Ah, leggings: warm, soft, forgiving. Don’t you wish you could, well, live in them? We’ve got some seriously good news: You don’t actually have to relegate this loungewear favorite to Saturday mornings. With a couple of quick updates and a few styling tips, you can wear the world’s most comfortable garment all day, every day—whether your calendar calls for a cozy night in, a day at the office, or even an evening out.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are reportedly having a tough time following the Paris robbery and the rapper's recent breakdown. The couple were even hit by divorce rumours, which were promptly debunked. Kanye has been stressed about the diagnosis and that was part of what is to blame for his demise [sic]," an insider told Radar.