Folks, "the walking dead" might refer to the show's fans after this season's brutal first episode. Even for a show that deals in death like it's blackjack at a casino, this season's The Walking Dead premiere was shocking. When Negan beat Glenn and Abraham to death, our first instinct was to reach for our phones.
Pupils at a school in Austria were evacuated because a rock they had on display was giving off radiation. The rock turned out to be a lump of uranium, the metallic element that is used to produce atomic bombs. Alarmingly, the uranium was giving off thousands of millisiverts of radiation into the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart School in Salzburg - a lot higher than what is given off naturally.
Zayn Malik has seemingly been keeping a dignified silence since his ex-fiancee, Perrie Edwards, started dishing the dirt on their romance and break-up, but it appears as though her comments have struck a nerve behind the scenes. In fact, Zayn’s new girlfriend, Gigi Hadid, is reportedly keen to meet with the Little Mix star to tell her to stop talking about her beau. What makes it all the more awkward is that the supermodel wants Zayn to orchestrate the get-together - and we can’t imagine that he will be jumping at the chance to do that.
There appears to be little way back now for the out-of-shape United skipper, and the sooner he accepts it is time to go the better for everybody concerned.
Theresa May privately warned a month before the EU referendum that companies would leave the UK if the country voted for Brexit, according to a report in The Guardian. The paper claims a recording of her remarks to bankers at Goldman Sachs reveals that despite her more guarded public comments she had concerns about Britain leaving the European Union. It is reported she told staff it was time the UK took a lead in Europe and that she hoped voters would look to the future rather than the past.
Sporting legends Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal have opened up about Novak Djokovic's recent run of poor form in tennis, admitting that while the Serb is "going through a crisis" they feel that the sport is less important as compared to what life has to offer. The number one ranked player in the world Djokovic, recently revealed that loss of desire and love for the sport was behind his struggles following his incredible success on court at the beginning of the season. Federer and Nadal who have experienced ups and downs in their careers understand what the Serb is going through but have revealed that life is more important than the sport.
The allegation that comes back to haunt Hillary Clinton time and time again resurfaced this week during the Third Presidential Debate: the Clinton Foundation. Where did the funds intended to rebuild Haiti go in the aftermath of the devastating 2010 earthquake? The people of Haiti hoped change would be brought by Hillary Clinton while she served as US Secretary of State.
A long-running programme to deport foreign students from the UK on the basis of hearsay evidence was in ruins today, after the appeal court ruled against the Home Office. The decision to quietly shelve the legal challenge is a damning moment for Theresa May, who presided over the department when it used flimsy evidence to threaten tens of thousands of foreign students with detention and deportation. The Home Office argued in a court case that the students had fraudulently completed English language tests, but was unable to point to any expert evidence substantiating its accusations.
By Sami Yousafzai ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistani authorities on Wednesday arrested the green-eyed Afghan woman who became a symbol of her country's wars 30 years ago when her photo as a girl appeared on the cover of National Geographic magazine, her family said. Sharbat Gula, who grew up in a refugee camp and is now in her 40s, is accused of having a forged Pakistani identity card. Gula is being held in jail in the northwest Pakistani city of Peshawar, said her brother-in-law Shahshad Khan, who added that Pakistan's Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) raided her home early on Wednesday morning.
A dog who was once desperate for food and living rough on the streets is having the time of his life with his new owners. Gone are the days where Popeye would struggle to find a scrap to eat and in are deliciously huge meals at countless pet-friendly restaurants.
NORRISTOWN, Pa. (AP) — Former state Attorney General Kathleen Kane, once a rising star in state politics, left a courtroom in handcuffs on Monday after getting a 10- to 23-month sentence for a retaliation scheme a judge linked to her all-consuming ego.
As we prepare for colder temperatures we look forward to spending time in cozy living rooms, warming ourselves near the fire or under a heavy blanket. In the fall and winter, we especially appreciate a room that makes us feel comfortable and well as relaxed. Getting that "cozy" feel doesn't require a lot of work or even a lot of money. In fact, you would be surprised how easy it is to create a cozier environment without even turning up the heat or starting a fire in the fireplace. The following are just a few tips and tricks on how to make your home feel soft and comfortable.
Ahead of Big George landing in theUK to appear at an event at Arsenal’s football ground this weekend, Yahoo Sporthad a quickfire transatlantic chat with one of boxing history’s hardest-hittingpunchers about his fondness for the UK, Anthony Joshua, where he ranks himselfamongst the all-time great heavyweight champions, was Sonny Liston actually murdered, and more.
By Andrew Osborn and Gleb Stolyarov MOSCOW (Reuters) - Two Moscow airport workers involved in a plane crash in which Christophe de Margerie, the CEO of Total, was killed had been drinking alcohol, Russia's aviation regulator said on Tuesday, saying the accident could have been avoided altogether. The French energy group's chief executive was killed along with his jet's three-person crew in October 2014 at Moscow's Vnukovo airport when they tried to take off for Paris but collided with a snow plough that had strayed onto the runway. De Margerie oversaw multi-billion-dollar Total investments in Russia and was killed just as the conflict in Ukraine raised tensions with the West to levels not seen since the Cold War and brought down Western sanctions on Russia.
As if The Great British Bake Off hasn’t suffered enough drama this year, fans of the show have been left outraged after it was confirmed that judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood DON’T bake the “perfect” bakes displayed ahead of the technical challenge. It has been reported that the pair are in hair and make-up getting ready for filming whilst expert bakers whip up the cakes and delicacies in the kitchen. Speaking to The Sun, an insider explained: “Mary and Paul have never made a single cake in the tent.
John Terry makes his return from injury. Slaven Bilic has promised to field his strongest possible side. West Ham and Chelsea issued a joint statement prior to the game to reduce the risk of crowd trouble.