Death toll rises to more than 1,300 in monster Nepal quake: Homes, offices and historic buildings flattened as 7.9 earthquake rocks the capital and sets off deadly Everest avalanche

Nepal declares state of emergency after earthquake leaves over 1,300 dead

The country's home ministry confirmed that 1,341 people have been killed as rescue teams continue to search for survivors after the 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal's capital Kathmandu. It destroyed homes, offices and a historic tower (pictured before the earthquake, inset, and after, top right). Panicked residents rushed into the streets as the tremor erupted around midday, with the impact felt hundreds of miles away in big swathes of northern India and even in Bangladesh. The United States Geological Survey said the quake struck 81 kilometres (50 miles) northwest of Kathmandu at 06.11 GMT, with walls crumbling and families racing outside of their homes.

Terrifying moment rock and ice swept Mount Everest burying 18 climbers alive: Avalanche sparked by Nepal quake obliterates base-camp packed with foreigners 

Terrifying moment rock and ice swept down Everest towards British climbers stranded at

At least 18 people have died and more than 30 injured in the avalanche, caused by a powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake which struck Nepal and has claimed the lives of more than 1,100 people. The avalanche buried part of basecamp, raising fears for the safety of hundreds of climbers who are in the area. Ministry officials estimated that at least 1,000 climbers, including about 400 foreigners, had been at basecamp or on Everest when the earthquake struck.

NBC investigators look into Brian Williams interview on the Daily Show about his reports from the Arab Spring

NBC anchor Brian Williams, who was suspended in February amid allegations of exaggerated reporting, said he 'made eye contact' with an Egyptian soldier during violent protests.

FBI agent's sniper rifle stolen out of car's safe through the WINDOW at hotel... just days before President Obama's Utah visit 

The rifle was stolen overnight while the agent's car was parked at a Salt Lake City hotel across the street from the state's FBI office. It was 'secured properly' in a case and truck safe with padlocks.

Chris Christie's wife quits her $475,000-a-year Wall Street job ahead of New Jersey governor's potential run for president 

MANCHESTER, NH - APRIL 15: New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (L) and his wife Mary Pat Foster greet diners at Chez Vachon April 15, 2015 in Manchester, New Hampshire. The governor is on a four day swing through the first in the nation primary state as he explores a run for the Republican nomination for president. (Photo by Darren McCollester/Getty Images)

May Pat Christie, a managing director at New York City finance firm Angelo Gordon & Co, ditched her $475,000-a-year position this week - a likely sign of an imminent 2016 Christie run.

Millions at risk of hacking fraud after its revealed 'major credit card machine company has used the same default password since 1990'

During an annual security conference, researchers David Byrne and Charles Henderson said an unidentified global vendor has been using the password 166816 on its payment devices.

Mom-of-five who only discovered her husband was having an affair when he was shot dead by his lover's spouse meets his mistress for the first time

Mom-of-five whose husband was shot dead by his lover's spouse faces off with his mistress

Ashlee Birk (main) was 28 when her husband and the father of her children, Emmett Corrigan (together-bottom right), was shot dead by his secret lover's vengeful husband in 2011 at a Walgreens parking lot. Now, in an explosive confrontation on Dr Phil this week, Ashlee sits down with Kandi Hall (top right), the woman Emmett was having a longstanding affair with, and whose husband shot him dead. 'I'm not here today for you to fix me,' Ashlee tells Kandi. 'Because I've done that by myself.'

The summer glow diet: Pioneering book by nutritionist to the stars reveals the simple steps to looking and feeling fab

Amelia Freer has been credited with the dramatic weight loss of a string of stars, and is the nutritional therapist A-list celebrities have on speed dial thanks to her revolutionary approach to eating.

'It's a hard adjustment': Bruce Jenner's family are having therapy as he becomes a woman, Kim reveals in first appearance since tearful Olympian's bombshell revelations about his 'true self'

Kim Kardashian reacts to stepfather Bruce Jenner's tearful public admission that he now

The reality star gave her opinion on her stepfather's gender transition to coincide with a tell-all ABC interview with Diane Sawyer, in which Jenner told at length how his female identity is his 'true self'. Kardashian, who spoke to NBC'S Today show , described the transition as a 'hard adjustment' but added that she, and the rest of the Kardashian clan, 'really support him'.

Bruce Jenner's second wife reveals how their young sons exclaimed, 'Dad has boobs' as she offers her support

Linda Thompson has published a blog detailing her and Bruce Jenner's love affair, idyllic marriage and the gender dysphoria revelations that led to their divorce after the births of their two sons.

From growing breasts, surgery in Denmark and cross dressing in public to marrying Kris and building a reality empire as a man: How Bruce backed out of 1980s sex change plan to transform himself into 'Heather'

From female hormones, thoughts of a Denmark sex exchange and cross dressing in public to

The world first started to notice the dramatic difference in Bruce Jenner's appearance last year, sparking rumors about his gender identity. But the former Olympic champion and reality star actually attempted to transition 30 years ago, taking hormones for five years and growing 36B breasts. At one of his lowest points the 65-year-old considered fleeing to Denmark for reassignment surgery, before returning to America as his children's Aunt Heather. However, fear drove him to stop the process and he continued giving motivational speeches as a man. The first glimpse of what Bruce would look like as a woman came in 1981 (inset) during a Bob Hope special. He wore a dress, a wig and full make-up to spoof the Mandrell sisters with professional football player Merlin Olson.

Baby delivered safely after pregnant woman was shot and killed at the front door of home

Brittney Mills, 29, was killed late Friday night after being shot multiple times in her upper body at a home in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Police have no suspects or indication of motive.

Hawaii poised to become first state to raise smoking age to 21

Jessica Yamauchi, executive director of the Coalition for a Tobacco Free Hawaii, speaks to reporters after the Hawaii Legislature approved a bill raising the legal smoking age to 21 on Friday, April 24, 2015 in Honolulu. If Gov. David Ige signs the bill, Hawaii would be the first state in the nation to pass such a law. (AP Photo/Cathy Bussewitz)

Governor David Ige said he hasn't decided yet if he will sign the bill into law. The bill has a $10 fine for first-time offenders, which increases to $50 for subsequent violations.

Anti-gay bakers face ordered to pay $135k to lesbian couple who they refused wedding cake - but have already raised $100k online

Sweet Cakes by Melissa, a bakery formerly in the Portland, Oregon suburb of Gresham, faces a fine of $135,000 for refusing to make a cake for lesbian couple Rachel and Laurel Bowman-Cryer

Nurse arrested for leaving sickening racist post-its on her African-American neighbor's door calling them 'apes' and 'monkeys' and the n-word in dispute over a parking space

Oregon's Eva Chapin arrested for leaving n--word post-it notes on neighbor's door

Eva Chapin, 34, from West Linn, Oregon, was booked into jail after she left a string of offensive post-it notes on the door of the family home. The qualified nurse referred to the residents, who are believed to have roots in Ghana, as 'n*****' but wrote: 'I am not racist'. One of the notes read: 'Apes were never meant to drive so stop.' Another said: 'I've been here 22 years and no [expletive] and now you. U made me hate [expletive] now.'

Missing sisters survived for TWO weeks on Girls Scout cookies, cheese puffs and melted snow after their SUV got stuck on remote snow-bound road

CRISP POINT, Mich. (AP) -- Two sisters from Oklahoma and Nebraska missing for nearly two weeks in Michigan survived on Girl Scout cookies while stuck in their snow-crippled SUV until state police discovered them Friday near Lake Superior in a remote part of the Upper Peninsula.

A pilot noticed a reflection off the Ford Explorer and landed the police helicopter on shore, finally ending the women's unexpected wilderness adventure. Leslie Roy, 52, and Lee Marie Wright, 56, were examined at a hospital and released.

"It was sheer joy," Detective Sgt. Jeff Marker told The Associated Press, describing their reaction to the rescue. "It was almost disbelief that it was finally happening."

Roy of Valley, Nebraska, and Wright of Depew, Oklahoma, got stuck about three miles from Crisp Point Lighthouse in Luce County in the Upper Peninsula. They had been visiting relatives in Ishpeming, in another part of the peninsula, and were planning to head south on April 11.

Leslie Roy, 52, and Lee Wright, 56, had been visiting relatives in Michigan when on April 11 their Ford Explorer got stuck in snow on little-used road, setting the stage for a harrowing ordeal.

The baseball player who could be paid $70m to LEAVE his team: After divorcing Real Housewife and drug relapse, Josh Hamilton risks being dropped by Los Angeles Angels

The Los Angeles Angels are close to a deal sending the outfielder to the Texas Rangers. Hamilton, 33, relapsed in February and filed for divorce from Real Housewives of Orange County's Katie Hamilton.

Sorority sister found beaten to death 20 miles from campus 'after she was last seen getting into a cab at 1am'. Now convict, 49, is arrested in connection

Hannah Wilson's body found more than 20 miles from campus

Hannah Wilson (left), 22, was last seen at around 1am on Friday and her body was found later that day in Needmore, more than 20 miles from the Bloomington campus. Daniel Messel (right), 49, was arrested and faces preliminary murder charges, but no information has been released as to how the two are connected.

Missouri Senator personal assistant arrested for 'trafficking meth and date rape drugs from China to exchange for sexual favors'

A longtime personal aide to Senate Appropriations Chairman Sen. Thad Cochran (R-Miss.) was charged Thursday in Washington with possessing methamphetamine with intent to distribute.

Fred W. Pagan, who is 49 and earned $160,000 last year as Cochran?s personal assistant and office administrator, was charged by criminal complaint in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

U.S. Magistrate Deborah Robinson released Pagan on his own recognizance after an initial court appearance Friday afternoon, at which Pagan said he would retain his own lawyer. Pagan could not be immediately reached for comment.

Later Friday, a grand jury indicted Pagan on one count of possession with intent to distribute 50 grams or more of methamphetamine, which is punishable by a prison sentence of at least five and up to 40 years, and one count of importation of a controlled substance, punishable by up to 20 years in prison. His next court date is May 14.

Cochran?s office said in a statement that the sen

Police launched an investigation after seizing a package with over a kilo of the date rape drug GBL addressed to Fred Pagan, office manager for Republican Senator Thad Cochran (pictured).

Did you get your Starbucks while it was free EVERYWHERE in America? Computer shutdown forces chain to give away coffee coast-to-coast

Starbucks announced Friday night that a computer glitch that affected registers at 8,000 stores in the US and Canada has been resolved and it will be business as usual Saturday.

'They spat on me and my service dog': Veteran describes being attacked by 'disgusting' University of Florida fraternity members during charity weekend as three students are expelled

Veteran describes being attacked by University of Florida fraternity members

Nicholas Connole (main and top right), a wounded veteran who served over two years in Afghanistan Iraq, said both he and his dog were spat on by students in Panama Beach City for a spring formal. Three of the students involved from University of Florida have been expelled, while the fraternity, Zeta Beta Tau, was suspended and charged with obscene behavior, public intoxication, theft, causing physical or other harm, and damage to property. 'I come and I feel honored and I feel safe and that I belong, but now I feel like I'm defending myself,' Connole told WJHG.

The 'boy band' crimestoppers! New York swoons over vacationing Swedish cops who came to the rescue during subway fight - and even Bill Bratton offers his thanks

Police Commissioner Bill Bratton thanks Swedish hero cops who broke up NYC subway brawl by

On Friday, New York Police Commissioner Bill Bratton thanked four Swedish cops who broke up a subway fight in The Big Apple this week. Tourist cops Samuel Kvarzell, Markus Asberg, Eric Jansberger and Erik Naslund broke up a fight between two homeless men on the Uptown 6 train this Wednesday. 'I would like to acknowledge them. There's been a lot of attention paid to them, appropriately so, over the last day or so: a New York Post story and some other coverage,' Bratton said.

'Someone out there knows where she is': Elizabeth Smart appeals for public's help in finding Mormon missionary from Mexico who vanished in Utah a week ago

Elizabeth Elena Laguna Salgado, 26, moved to Provo, Utah, a month ago to study English. There is no evidence of foul play, but she hasn't made contact with anybody since she disappeared April 16.

Cops caught on video shooting ANOTHER unarmed black teen: Dashcam footage shows man shot in the back and left paralyzed while running away

Dontrell Stephens was paralyzed from the waist down after the 2013 shooting. He was shot by Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office's Adam Lin in Florida when he had a cellphone in his hand.

Choreographing the past: Dancer records returning to her childhood home to deal with her father's cancer diagnosis in moving photo series

Dancer Shoccara Marcus captures the frustration of moving back in with her family

Shoccara Marcus returned to her Georgia childhood home after her father was diagnosed with cancer in 2011 (left Marcus performing a step while her father sleeps in the living room). The project, Choreographing My Past, which she has been working on for more than year, is about the complexity of family dynamics as she copes with her family remembering her as the little girl she used to be while refusing to accept the woman she has become.

University shuts down as hundreds gather in support of Playboy model Air Force vet who was arrested for tackling flag tramplers

Hundreds rallied in support of Air Force vet and former Playboy model Michelle Manhart who stopped students from trampling flag at Valdosta state University in Georgia.

California man, 41, to stand trial on charges of raping and kidnapping his girlfriend's daughter who he later married and lived with for 10 years

Isidro Garcia mugshot

Isidro Garcia, 41, of California was ordered on Friday to stand trial on charges of kidnapping and raping a 15-year-old girl that he went on to marry and live with for a decade.

Jealous boyfriend killed his partner and her three young children then sent picture of the bodies to their biological dad 'as a birthday gift'

Saskatchewan man who murdered partner's children sent photos to biological dad

LaTasha Gosling, 27, of Tisdale, Saskatchewan, in Canada, and her children Janyaa, 4, Jenika, 8, and Landen, 7, were discovered Wednesday. Steve O'Shaughnessy was found dead hours later at his residence, along with his and Gosling's six-month-old baby, who was unharmed. Gosling's family said O'Shaughnessy was scared Latasha would leave him for her husband, who she was separated from. O'Shaugnessy sent the photos in a text message to her husband the day before his birthday.

Human traffickers brazenly offering desperate Libyan migrants passage across the Mediterranean on FACEBOOK after immigrant boat tragedy

A number of pages have been discovered on the social media site reportedly offering 'comfortable' and 'reliable' travel to Europe on overcrowded boats.

Husband and wife whose two dogs mauled father-of-three jogger to death as he begged for help could be freed from prison in just 19 MONTHS after reaching plea

Sytsma, 46, was attacked by two cane corsos last July in Metamora Township, 45 miles northwest of Detroit

Sebastiano Quagliata and his wife, Valbona Lucaj, pleaded no contest to owning a dangerous dog causing death in the fatal mauling last summer of Craig Sytsma of Livonia, Michigan.

Robert Downey Jr sparks controversy AGAIN as he is accused of making a racist remark about Oscar-winning Mexican director

Robert Downey Jr sparks is accused of making a racist remark about Mexican director

The actor, who is promoting his new film Avengers: Age of Ultron, was asked what he thought of Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's claim that superhero movies were 'cultural genocide'. The Hollywood star told said : 'Look I respect the heck out of him. I think for a man whose native tongue is Spanish to be able to put together a phrase like 'cultural genocide' just speaks to how bright he is.' It comes just three days after the 50-year-old, who plays Iron Man in the film, walked out of an interview with Britain's Channel 4 after interviewer Krishnan Guru-Murthy talked about his history of drug abuse and his time in prison.

CDC issues an alert over HIV outbreak in Indiana with new cases emerging every day

ST. JOHNSBURY, VT - FEBRUARY 06:   Drugs are prepared to shoot intravenously by a user addicted to heroin on February 6, 2014 in St. Johnsbury Vermont. Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin recently devoted his entire State of the State speech to the scourge of heroin. Heroin and other opiates have begun to devastate many communities in the Northeast and Midwest leading to a surge in fatal overdoses in a number of states. As prescription painkillers, such as the synthetic opiate OxyContin, become increasingly expensive and regulated, more and more Americans are turning to heroin to fight pain or to get high. Heroin, which has experienced a surge in production in places such as Afghanistan and parts of Central America, has a relatively inexpensive street price and provides a more powerful affect on the user. New York City police are currently investigating the death of the actor Philip Seymour Hoffman who was found dead last Sunday with a needle in his arm.  (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Imag

Dr Joan Duwve, chief medical consultant for the Indiana State Department of Health, said four out of five people infected in the outbreak have acknowledged using injectable drugs.

Woman, 82, dies after 'sister and nephew failed to move her from her chair for six months'

Barbara Beam was being looked after by her sister and nephew when she died in Greenville, South Caroline on January 2. Prosecutors are deciding whether to charge them in her death.

Hilarious moment monkey gets its revenge when teenager shows him his middle finger (but who taught it to understand the gesture was an insult?)

Flipping the monkey: Cheeky primate takes offence to teenager pulling the middle finger

The monkeys of northern India's Shimla region have a fearsome reputation - and as this video shows, for a very good reason. A teenager in the area discovered the hard way that the locals should not be toyed with after he pulled the middle finger at a monkey, which responded by jumping on his face and leaving him sprawled on his back (pictured clockwise from top left).

Cocaine smuggler got high on his own supply to stave off hunger as yacht carrying a tonne of drugs ran out of food in the Atlantic 

The gang were caught after their yacht, named the Makayabella, was stormed by the Irish Navy (pictured guarding the cocaine) 200 miles off the south-west coast of Ireland in September.

Two nuke launch officers face drug charges and could be court-martialed for having ecstasy, cocaine and bath salts at base with missiles armed with nuclear warheads

1st Lt Michael Alonso and 1st Lt Lantz Balthazar have both been charged. They are members of the Missile Squadron at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana. The base operates missiles armed with nukes.

Are these the most haunted pieces of furniture in the world? Ghost cane, conjure chest and 'chair of death' have all given their owners the creeps  

World's most haunted furniture include 'death chair' and conjure chest

A 'cursed' portrait of a weeping child (inset) was spotted at the scene of a numerous house fires in Yorkshire and haunted bunk beds in Wisconsin (left) terrorised a whole family in the late 1980s. An infamous mirror (right) is said to contain the trapped souls of the wife and children of a Louisiana slave master.

ISIS fighters use bulldozer packed with explosives to ambush Iraqi army convoy of Humvees north of Fallujah 

Fighters from the al-Qaida linked Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) marching in Raqqa, Syria. 
Once a vibrant, mixed city considered a bastion of support for President Bashar Assad, the eastern city of Raqqa is now a shell of its former life, transformed by al-Qaida militants into the nucleus of the terror group's version of an Islamic caliphate they hope one day to establish in Syria and Iraq. In rare interviews with The Associated Press, residents and activists in Raqqa describe a city where fear prevails, music has been banned, Christians have to pay religious tax in return for protection and face-veiled women and pistol-wielding men in jihadi uniforms patrol the streets. (AP Photo/militant website, File)

A suicide bomber first attacked the convoy before militants opened fire in the attack in the Nadhem al-Taqseem region, north of Fallujah in the Anbar province yesterday.

Revealed: Blue-eyed medic who appears in doctor's scrubs in latest ISIS video was a 'clean-cut womanizer' who loved to drink

The Australian doctor who featured in the most recent IS propaganda video has been identified as 'womanising' doctor Tareq Kamleh. His colleagues say he showed no signs of holding extreme views.

Will secret tunnel inside the bowels of pre-Aztec pyramid reveal long-lost tomb of Teotihuacan's first king? Archaeologists find 'large quantities' of liquid mercury used in primitive burial

Mercury found in Mexican pyramid could lead to finding king's tomb

Archaeologist Sergio Gomez found the liquid mercury in a deep tunnel of Teotihuacan, an ancient city that was once the largest in the Americas. He thinks it will lead him to the king's tomb. The chamber in which the mercury was found had been sealed for nearly 1,800 years.


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'We waved one last time': Mother reveals heartbreaking moment her friend accidentally ran over and killed her toddler daughter in their driveway and how - against the odds - it has made them closer than ever

The amazing bond between a mother and the driver who killed her child Rowyn Johnson

Brynn Johnson (left) and Cassie Miller (right) have known each other for some time, but were brought together by tragedy last September, when Cassie accidentally ran over Brynn's daughter, Rowyn (inset), killing her instantly. The incident occurred in the driveway of Johnson's home when Miller was picking up her son for preschool. But Johnson forgave her friend, knowing the awful incident was an accident, and now the two have together started a charity to honor Rowyn and help other families who have gone through similar grief.

Revealed: Girl, 17, 'shot dead her stepfather and stabbed her mother to death' during argument over her older boyfriend

Ashlee Martinson, 17, made her initial court appearance in Wisconsin Friday in connection to the March killings of her mother, Jennifer Ayers, and her stepfather, Thomas Ayers.

Angelina Jolie's film exploited my rape agony, says Ethiopian girl who 'wasn't told' Hollywood star was using her story

Aberash Bekele, 32, is angry at the filmmakers for using her story without her knowledge or consent, and failing, initially, to pay her compensation.

Legal wife of polygamist cult leader Lyle Jeffs files for divorce 'citing rape and illegal practices within the church'

Nephi, left, and Lyle Jeffs leave the federal courthouse in Salt Lake City, Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015. A federal judge says the brothers of polygamous sect leader Warren Jeffs can cite their religion in refusing to answer questions about suspected child labor violations on a Utah pecan farm. Nephi and Lyle Jeffs, who are considered high-ranking members of the secretive sect, testified that their church doctrine bars them from talking about the group's dealings. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

Charlene Jeffs, 58, is one of the reported nine wives of Lyle Jeffs, who stepped up to lead the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints when Warren Jeffs was sent to prison in 2007.

I'll BEE back: Fleets of Terminator-style drones could have artificial brains based on honeybees

The Green Brain Project, which is a collaboration between the Universities of Sheffield and Sussex, aims to create a robot that thinks, senses and acts just like the humble honeybee.

Mexico opens investigation after girl, 14, was torn away from her family and wrongly sent to US because Texas woman thought she was her daughter kidnapped in 2007

Mexico opens investigation after Alondra Luna Nunez, 14, was wrongly sent to US

Alondra Luna Nunez (right) was mistakenly flown to Texas on April 16 (top left) after a judge in the western state of Michoacan ruled in favor of a Houston woman who believed she was her daughter. She was returned to her family in Mexico on Wednesday after DNA testing in the United States showed she was not the long-missing daughter of Houston resident Dorotea Garcia (bottom left).

Parents sidetracked by phones: Modern devices are dangerous distractions when used while supervising children, researchers claim

Mobile phones and tablet computers are becoming dangerous distractions for parents who are supposed to be supervising their children, New York researchers claim.

Director of Guatemalan juvenile jail is gunned down by young gang members in 'revenge' for abuses at the prison

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Luis Andres Cuyun, 30, was riding to work in Guatemala City when two suspected gang members opened fired on him and his driver, who was injured in the attack.

Broken record or hit single? Research finds most popular chart songs repeat same words over and over again

Researchers have found songs such as Madonna's Papa Don't Preach and Taylor Swift's Shake If Off - which repeat entire phrases - are more likely to be commercially successful.

Should sitting desks be banned in classrooms? Children pay more attention to lessons when standing, claims study

Scientists at Texas A&M; University found that children increased their focus by as much as 12 per cent when asked to stand during their lessons.

Heart-warming images of the high school student who has carried his disabled best friend to every class for THREE years...and they're the top students of the year

Chinese student has carried disabled friend to class every day for three years

18-year-old Xie Xu (in black jacket) has been carrying his 19-year-old classmate and friend Zhang Chi (in blue jacket) to and from the school they attend together at Daxu High School in Xuzhou, a large city in the northern province of Jiangsu, in China, for three years (right). Zhang suffers from muscular dystrophy, a condition that weakens skeletal muscle which often makes it very difficult for those with the disease to walk or carry their own weight. The teenagers live in dorms close by to the school, and each day Xie carries Zhang from their rooms to the school, and back again, and helps him with daily tasks such as getting meals and washing clothes (left and centre).

Three former Florida A&M; band members found guilty of manslaughter in hazing death of drum major

FILE - In this Saturday, Nov. 19, 2011 file photo, Robert Champion, a drum major in Florida A&M University's Marching 100 band, performs during halftime of a football game in Orlando, Fla. On Monday, April 20, 2015, the final three former band members charged with manslaughter and felony hazing in Florida A&M University drum major Robert Championís beating death following a football game will go on trial for the November 2011 attack. (AP Photo/The Tampa Tribune, Joseph Brown III, File) MANDATORY CREDIT, MAGS OUT,  ST. PETE, LAKELAND, BRADENTON OUT

Benjamin McNamee, Darryl Cearnel and Aaron Golson were the final three defendants to be convicted in 26-year-old Robert Champion's death in 2011.

Psychiatrist of John Hinckley Jr testifies that Reagan shooter wants to start a BAND on his release

This is John Hinckley Jr., the would-be assassin of President Ronald Reagan, pictured for the first time since a court ruled he can spend 17 days a month away from a mental home where he has been for the last three decades.
Clutching a bottle of soda in his hand and casually dressed, the 58-year-old enjoys his freedom on a stroll on Easter Sunday near his mother's home.
Hinckley is rarely seen since his incarceration at a secure metal health facility following the assassination attempt in March 1981.
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Smirk: Hinckley took a stroll on Easter Sunday near the home of his mother, Jo Ann, in Williamsburg, Virginia
Smirk: Hinckley took a stroll on Easter Sunday near the home of his mother, Jo Ann, in Williamsburg, Virginia
Freedom: Hinckley has spent three decades in a mental hospital. His family and lawyers have been fighting for his eventual re-integration into society
Freedom: Hinckley has spent three decades in a mental hospital. His family and lawyers have

Dr Giorgi-Guarnieri testified on Friday in Washington, D.C., that will ultimately determine whether and under which conditions John Hinckley Jr. will be allowed to live full time outside a mental hospital.

Heartbroken parents hear how daughter, 25, gave birth to secret child in her office bathroom, 'suffocated it in a plastic bag' and then hid it in her desk drawer

Kim Pappas gives birth in office bathroom and hid baby in her desk drawer

A woman gave birth in her office toilet before quietly returning to her desk with the newborn baby wrapped in two sealed bags. Kim Pappas, 25, was two hours into her working day at Ceva Logistics in Wyandotte, Michigan, when she disappeared to the bathroom to deliver the child - and cut the umbilical cord with cuticle scissors. Nobody knew she was pregnant.

Love triangle ends with woman 'kidnapping rival girlfriend and her son' of the boyfriend who was two-timing her 


Alyssa Marie Chang, 56, from Seattle, was furious with the mother of Ronnie Tran because she thought the other woman had been circulating sexual photos of their mutual lover.

My daughter was beautiful, so why did she buy killer diet pills online? Mother of girl who died after taking internet drugs gives stark warning to other parents 

Fiona Parry, English mother of Eloise, who was tragically killed at the age of 21 after taking diet pills she bought online warns other parents of the danger posed by dieting with unknown drugs bought on the internet.

Girl, 12, finishing 2.5 year battle with leukemia is dismissed from Catholic school for 'poor attendance'

Last week St. Joseph's Middle School in Michigan dismissed Rose McGrath, who was diagnosed with Leukemia in 2012, for missing too much school and for poor academic performance.

One Navy SEAL killed and another critically injured while training in a pool at US base

The SEALS were at the Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story in Virginia. They were found at the bottom of the pool by another service member around 3pm. Personnel use the facility for fitness.

The moment a hiker gets the shock of his life when the volcano he is filming erupts before his eyes

The moment a hiker gets the shock of his life when the volcano he was filming erupts

A hiker exploring Chile's natural wonders got the shock of his life on Wednesday afternoon when the Calbuco volcano erupted (pictured) before his eyes. 'There aren't many people here,' the hiker says in Spanish in the video. 'Beautiful, the volcano there...'he says just before the volcano begins to blow.

Michael Schumacher's son Mick set for Formula 4 debut as 16-year-old protege follows in father's footsteps

The 16-year-son of Michael Schumacher, the seven-time Formula One champion, is set to make his debut in the same sport this weekend.

'Murderers' rounded up and burned alive by vigilante mob in South Africa after they had 'beaten a man to death in the streets' 

A harrowing video has emerged on social media showing five men being tied together and set on fire after they murdered a 30-year-old in a local bar in South Africa.

Time magazine's longtime film critic Richard Corliss dies at the age of 71 after major stroke

HOLLYWOOD, CA - APRIL 11:  Richard Corliss speaks onstage during a "Meet Me in St. Louis" Screening during the 2014 TCM Classic Film Festival at TCL Chinese Theater on April 11, 2014 in Hollywood, California.  (Photo by Stefanie Keenan/WireImage)

Corliss was 71 when he passed away after suffering a stroke last week. The film critic for Time magazine left behind a wife of 40 years. He was known for predicting Star Wars to be a dud.

Mayweather vs Pacquaio tickets sell out within minutes as thousands are expected to watch it illegally via Periscope 

Mayweather and Pacquiao will fight in Las Vegas, Nevada, on May 2. Around 500 tickets for the welterweight unification clash sold out very fast
Periscope is a streaming app launched by Twitter.

Meet the new royal baby (according to an app)! Software developer predicts what Kate Middleton's baby will look like as world awaits birth

Software developer uses app to predict what Kate Middleton's royal baby will look like 

Programmer Charanjeet Kondal has used an application to create images of the new prince or princess. If he is right, the heir will have wispy blonde hair, dark brown eyes and a small nose when aged between two and four years old. The pictures of the new prince or princess were created using Mr Kondal's Morph Thing application.

Father defends decision to get a portrait of his toddler son tattooed on his FACE insisting that he has 'no regrets' about the distinctive ink

Christien Sechrist, a 20-year-old trainee electrician from Houston, Texas, made the decision to get a tattoo of his son's portrait on his face in July last year. He insists his son 'loves' the unique ink.

Dolphins may be putting their health at risk as they shout to overcome the background noise of passing ships, a study reveals 

Researchers believe the mammals could be putting their health at risk, because having to communicate loudly with each other to overcome background noise uses up far more oxygen.

Bedtime stories DO aid reading, brain tests show: Study finds it provides a 'meaningful and measurable' boost to their development

Parents have long been urged to read stories to their little ones to help them grow into voracious readers. And now for the first time, scientists have found medical proof that the old advice does work.

'I was told I was selfish and my kids would endure a life of misery and bullying': Mother who works as a high-class escort tells of the abuse she received when she revealed her double life

Mother Amanda Goff who works as a high-class escort tells of the abuse she received

A mother of two who works as a high-class escort(pictured) has told how she received 'a torrent of abuse from the thinly pursed lips of apparently "better" mothers' when she revealed her double life on national television. Amanda Goff, 40, known to her clients as Samantha X, is a former journalist who has written a tell-all book(pictured inset) about how her life changed when she became a global sensation.



Plane on fire makes emergency landing and skids off runway in Turkey as video shows it blazing in the sky on descent

Turkish Airlines plane on fire makes emergency landing and skids off runway in Turkey

A Turkish Airlines flight from Milan to Istanbul made an emergency landing at Ataturk Airport today after its engine caught fire. It is the latest in a series of such incidents that have forced the carrier to divert or recall flights. Television images showed firefighters approaching the plane at the airport and putting out the fire, and the Airbus A320 aircraft's passengers were evacuated safely.

Nevermind the mark-up! Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love's graffiti-covered love nest revamped and rented on Airbnb for $163 a night 

Cobain lived in this two bedroom apartment on Spaulding Avenue in L.A.'s Fairfax district during the height of Nirvana-mania.
Now its current owner, Brandon Kleinman, 31, has listed it on Airbnb.

Barking mad! Californian creates 45ft seesaw that sends him 25ft into the air by placing enormous trunk between two trees

Californian carpenter Kyle Toth used a 45ft tree trunk to create what may well be the world's largest seesaw. Capturing his creation on camera, two users can be seen swinging to height of around 25ft.

'Politicians can use it to send nude images!' Senior citizens take a crash course in messaging app Snapchat and are horrified to learn it is used to send suggestive selfies

In the latest video from the Elders React series on TheFineBros YouTube channel, the clueless men and women are given their first introduction to Snapchat with hilarious results.

Would you shell out $70,000 for this rare egg? Collectors' item laid by largest bird that ever lived goes up for auction

Laid by the elephant bird, the rare egg could be 800 years old and is expected to fetch up to £50,000 at auction at Sotheby's in London on Thursday.

Young boy becomes a social media sensation after starring in a series dynamic dance videos which see him flaunting a variety of smooth moves 

Young boy becomes an online sensation after starring in dance videos

An anonymous hip-shaking young boy is making waves with his impressive dance moves in recently-surfaced videos, one of which already has over 23 million views on Facebook. The boy's identity and home country are not listed - many of those commenting on the videos indicate he is from Iraq - but the hilarious clips have nonetheless started to build the youngster a huge worldwide internet following.



The Indian Rapunzel! Woman with seven-foot-long hair dreams of one day becoming World Record holder

Indian woman with seven-foot-long hair hopes to becoming Guinness World Record holder

Indian Rapunzel Smita Srivastava is the current record holder for having the longest hair in India, which was measured at 6ft (1.8m) in the Limca Book of Records. The local celebrity's hair now measures 7ft, and she dreams of one day knocking current Guinness World Record holder Xie Qiuping, whose hair was measured at over 18ft in 2004, off her perch.

Sunrise, surf and sea! Stunning pictures showcase Australia's coastline in all its glory... from above and below the surface

Warren Keelan ventures into the ocean in order to capture his breathtaking images of waves rising and falling along the coastline of south-eastern Australia.

Daredevils film swirling 'landspout' tornado from just 100 yards away as it tears through Texas fields


Daredevil Stan Cole, an Iraq veteran, captured the wall of wind as it gulped up dust from the fields in Loraine, western Texas on Wednesday evening after it started battering his tractor with chunks of mud.

Indian village where people are roasted above open fire... for GOOD LUCK: Dozens take part in Hindu festival in the belief flames help ward off famine and disease

Revellers in the remote village in Jharkhand state tie themselves upside down onto a wooden pole that hand hangs just feet above a raging fire. Seconds later they throw themselves into the flames.

Make keepsakes, do date night and be grateful for your children even when they're being unbearable: New parents reveal their top tips in heart-warming video

The short clip, made by Extra Storage Space, has been viewed more than 600,000 times. It features new parents, all US based, sharing the tips and advice they wish they had known before having a baby.

Sleep with the fishes! Inside Dubai's luxury underwater suites that come with private butlers and panoramic views into an aquarium filled with 65,000 sea creatures

With a base price of £5,500 ($8,200) a night the underwater suites at Atlantis, The Palm boast views directly into a massive aquarium, creating the illusion of being under the sea.

Chilean artist jailed for dyeing Iceland's famous natural hot spring PINK

Chilean artist Marco Evaristti jailed for dyeing Iceland's Strokkur Geysir PINK

Marco Evaristti (left), the South American artist who is based in Copenhagen, poured red fruit dye into the Strokkur Geysir, found around 70 miles to the north east of Reykjavik, at dawn. When they boiled, vibrant pink steam blew up from the ground as a result. Professing that 'nature belongs to no one', he did not seek permission from local authorities before the stunt.