• Science
    In The Know

    Encounter with deadly sea creature terrifies beachgoers: 'Never going to the ocean again'

    The ocean is full of fascinating (and frightening) creatures.

  • News
    Evening Standard

    Melbourne woman 'smashes police officer's head into concrete when told to wear a face mask'

    A Melbourne woman allegedly "smashed" a police officer's head into the concrete pavement after the constable asked her to wear a face mask.During a press conference on Tuesday, Victoria Police Chief Commissioner Shane Patton said the 38-year-old woman had been charged with nine offences after she allegedly attacked the 26-year-old constable in Frankston near the Bayside Shopping Centre.

  • Sport
    Yahoo Sport UK

    O'Sullivan: if I'm not the greatest of all-time, only one other man is

    Ronnie O’Sullivan believes only one other player can stake a claim for seizing his mantle as the greatest snooker player of all-time, writes Will Jennings.

  • Celebrity
    In The Know

    Dad storms out of reveal party after learning gender of his unborn baby: 'It was a 50/50 chance'

    An expectant father angered social media after storming out of the unborn baby’s reveal party upon learning the child’s gender. “She’s been grouchy her whole pregnancy so her sister offered to plan her a gender reveal party,” the man began, more or less already on the wrong foot. “The plan was that all the food and decorations would be blue or pink and in the end we’d get one of those special sparklers that would light up in either blue or pink to reveal the gender,” he continued.

  • Health
    Women's Health

    'I Totally Transformed My Body Once I Started Weightlifting And Eating More Whole Foods And Healthy Fats'

    Fitness influencer Mari Llewellyn lost 90 pounds and found her passion.

  • Politics
    The Independent

    Trump news - live: 'Unethical' president plans to accept GOP nomination at White House, as expert with perfect prediction record says Biden will win

    Donald Trump will 'probably' accept the Republican nomination for its presidential candidate at the White House instead of in North Carolina. This solution was pitched even though federal and government employees can not participate in events relating to a political campaign, which could cause ethical problems within the White House.This comes as a historian, who has correctly predicted the presidential election results since 1984, has said presumptive Democratic candidate Joe Biden will win against Mr Trump. Historian Allan Lichtman predicted correctly Richard Nixon would win in 1984 all the way through Mr Trump's win in 2016.

  • Celebrity

    Meghan Markle looks visibly moved in photo to mark 39th birthday

    A London-based social enterprise championed by the Duchess of Sussex found a special way to celebrate Meghan's birthday on Tuesday. The Luminary Bakery, which was featured in Meghan's guest-edited September issue of British Vogue, shared a previously unseen photo of the Duchess during one of her visits to their Camden store last November.READ: Meghan Markle shares her birthday with this special member of Prince Harry's family In an Instagram post, the Luminary Bakery wrote: "This picture is of Monica meeting Meghan when she came to help us officially open our second bakery in Camden last year. Monica enthusiastically lent her the apron she was wearing, which is true to Monica's generous spirit!" The Duchess looked visibly touched by Monica's gesture. The bakery, which opened its first premises in Stoke Newington in 2016, also shared the sweet way they're marking the Duchess' birthday by teaming up with Campaign for Female Education (CAMFED) to bake cakes together.In their Instagram post, the Luminary Bakery said: "Today, we're partnering with @camfed to celebrate womenempoweringwomen and say a very HappyBirthdayMeghan, who has championed the work of both our organisations! To celebrate, one of our Luminary grads, Monica who is based in London, will be joining Tisiyenji, in Zambia from @camfed to bake cakes "together" from across the globe to honour The Duchess of Sussex’s birthday & celebrate ALL women through their beautiful bakes. Join along in our stories to see these amazing women & their cakes!"As well as serving coffee and cakes, the Luminary Bakery is a social enterprise which aims to help some of the capital’s most vulnerable women affected by sexual or domestic violence.MORE: Why the name of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's rescue dog is so special to the couple  When Meghan celebrated her 38th birthday last year, HELLO! exclusively revealed that her cake was supplied by the Luminary Bakery. The tiered carrot cake was beautifully decorated with dried oranges and garnishes, with "Happy Birthday Meghan" written in chocolate icing.After the Duchess featured the café in British Vogue, she sent CEO Alice Williams a beautiful hand-written note and a leather-bound notebook with ‘Forces for Change’ embossed on it – the theme of the September issue.Make sure you never miss a ROYAL story! Sign up to our newsletter to get all of our celebrity, royal and lifestyle news delivered directly to your inbox.