Hillary Clinton claims victory as the first woman Democratic nominee

Hillary Clinton put new cracks in the nation's highest glass ceiling tonight as she became the first woman to win the popular vote in a major party's primary. Speaking to her supporters from Brooklyn, New York, just down the road from her national campaign office, Clinton said her accomplishment belongs not just to her - 'tonight belongs to all of you.' 'It is not about one person, it belongs to generations of women and men,' the 68-year-old former first lady, U.S. senator and secretary of state, said, declaring herself the 'Democratic nominee.' Paying tribute to her 2008 speech at the end of the line, when she narrowly lost the nomination to Barack Obama, Clinton told her supporters, 'It may be hard to see tonight, but we are all standing under a glass ceiling right now.' 'This campaign is about making sure there are no ceilings no limits on anybody.' With reference to Bernie Sanders she added: 'Whether you supported me, or Senator Sanders, or one of the Republicans, we all need to keep working toward a better, fairer, stronger America.' However Sanders vowed to fight on early on Wednesday morning, telling supporters he would fight for as many votes as possible in DC next week and at the Democratic Convention.

NBA coach Sean Rooks, 46, collapses and dies in restaurant hours after job interview with

Former NBA player Sean Rooks (pictured, playing for the Los Angeles Clippers) died of a heart attack only hours after being interviewed for a job on the coaching staff of the New York Knicks. Rooks, 46, had just returned home to Philadelphia, where he was an assistant coach with the 76ers. Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek had been 'enthusiastic' after interviewing Rooks.

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Frito-Lay has recalled thousands of packets of Rold Gold products because of the fear of contamination with peanuts. The company, based in Plano, Texas, is offering a free refund.

Victoria Graham, 22, from Marytland, has had several surgeries to try to stop her brain from crushing her spinal cord after being diagnosed with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS).

Social media users have been sharing ironic pictures that are hilariously awkward 

Social media users have been posting hilarious pictures of signs that have failed to do their job. One picture shows a sign reading 'Thank you for driving carefully' in front of a car that's flipped on its side; another shows a man eating a sandwich while reading a book called 'Fasting'. The slogan 'We never stop working for you' proved to be very ironic when one company went out of business. A 'No standing at any time' sign decided that it had to follow its own rules; while a van branded 'The Republican: Where The News Hits Home' is photographed literally hitting a home. Another picture shows a sinking boat called 'No Worries'.

This is a Jan 2015 image of  EgyptAir Airbus A320 with the registration SU-GCC in the air near Zaventem airport in Brussels.  Egyptian aviation officials said on Thursday May 19, 2016 that an EgyptAir flight MS804 with the registration SU-GCC, travelling from Paris to Cairo with 66 passengers and crew on board has crashed. The officials say the search is now underway for the debris.(AP Photo/Kevin Cleynhens)

NEW The EgyptAir flight, carrying 118 passengers and 17 crew members, was en route from Cairo to Beijing when it was forced to land in the town of Urgench, Uzbekistan.

NEW The two flight attendants were on-board the Germanwings aircraft flying from Hamburg to Stuttgart when passengers reported that they looked 'unwell and had unclear, slow speech'.

Richard Simmons is now 'living as a woman named Fiona, taken hormones and has had breast

The fitness guru is said to have undergone a secret sex change and is now going by the name Fiona. According to the National Enquirer , the 67-year-old has undergone breast implant surgery and hormone therapy over the course of two years.

South Lakes Safari Zoo has admitted health and safety breaches at its animal park in Cumbria after keeper Sarah McClay, 24, was mauled to death when a Sumatran tiger escaped.

Mother-of-one Edra, from LA, had cosmetic surgery at 15, after a boy teased her about her nose. However, her new nose began to change shape - and the only remedy was to make it bigger.

Amazing video shows how an egg can grow into a chicken with NO SHELL

Teenagers, from Japan, with their teacher developed the method to grow a chick (inset) from an egg out of its shell using a plastic cup and cling film (top left). Over the course of an online video, viewers see a heart starting to grow on the third day and an embryo beginning to take shape on the fifth day (top right). A week later, the veins of the embryo have spread through the yolk (bottom left). As more days go by the chick gains more limbs such as its feet and its beak before a full-grown chick is seen curled-up on day 21 (bottom right).

Barry Zimmerman, of Lakeland, became so frustrated with the jokes connecting Lake Horney with its homophone that he petitioned the U.S Board of Geographic Names to rename it.

In a document published this weekend, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) issued a flight advisory for six days this month in California, when the 'GPS interference testing' will occur.

Good English blacklisted after drummer DEFENDS Brock Turner

Leslie Rasmussen (left) drummer of an indie band who came out in support of convicted rapist Brock Turner (center) have had four shows cancelled in Brooklyn after being branded 'rape apologists'. The drummer from Oakwood-based band Good English (right) a childhood friend of Turner, has been slammed in particular for the character statement she provided to the judge, in which she says that 'sweet' Turner is 'not a rapist' and blames campus rape on 'political correctness'.

California judge Aaron Persky who dolled out a six-month jail sentence to rapist Brock Turner has faced a barrage of angry criticism following his ruling last Thursday - and not for the first time.

Exonerated football star, Brian Banks, 30, who was wrongfully convicted of rape as a teen said the Stanford rape case is a case of 'privilege', after Brock Turner, 20, only received six months in jail.

Ivanka and Melania Trump turn on the style during The Donald NY speech

Donald Trump appeared on stage flanked by his wife Melania (top right) and daughter Ivanka (left) as he rounded on the Clintons and urged supporters of Bernie Sanders to vote for him. His other daughter, Tiffany (bottom right), and sons Donald Junior and Eric, looked on proudly as Trump boasted about receiving more primary votes than any GOP campaign in history. Donald Junior was joined by his wife, Vanessa, while Eric's other half Lara also appeared on stage as The Donald told the audience he was going to be 'America's champion'.

Hillary Clinton has a four point edge in a new poll when matched solely against Donald Trump, but the billionaire bests the Democrat once third party candidates are added in.

Bernie Sanders REFUSES to leave the race after Hillary Clinton clinches Democratic

After Hillary Clinton called herself the nominee and the White House backed her up, Sen. Bernie Sanders announced at tonight's final California rally that he was pressing on.'Thank you, the struggle continues,' Sanders told his raucous crowd, gathered at an airport hangar in Santa Monica. Sanders had left his supporters waiting for over an hour as worse and worse news rolled in with the president all but endorsing Clinton through a press release and California returns looking bad.

June 7, 2016 - Washington, DC, United States: US President Barack Obama meets with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the Oval Office of the White House. (Polaris)

The White House says Obama called both candidates. He congratulated Clinton for 'securing the delegates necessary to clinch the Democratic Nomination for President,' it said.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks during a presidential primary election night rally, Tuesday, June 7, 2016, in New York. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

NEW The 31-year-old pop star led the parade of celebrities who took to social media on Tuesday to celebrate Hillary Clinton becoming the first female major party presidential nominee.

Chelsea Clinton glowed with joy on stage in Brooklyn as her mother celebrated her presumptive nomination to be the first woman to lead a major political party in the United States.

Five cyclists killed and another four being treated in hospital after hit-and-run crash in

Five people have died and another four are being treated in hospital after a blue pickup truck crashed into a group of cyclists on a rural road near the town of Kalamazoo, Michigan. Police say all of the victims are adults, both men and women, and appear to have been part of a cycling group on a ride together. Investigators also revealed that at least four people called to report that the truck was driving erratically in the half hour before the crash, and that officers were looking for the vehicle before it hit the victims. The driver, who tried to flee on foot, has been taken into custody.

A three-year-old boy's penis was severed in Malaysia after he sat down on a moving escalator and his pants got caught. Rescue teams worked for 30 minutes to free the screaming child.

NEW Michael Fanfarillo, who was four months old, was rushed to Rome Memorial Hospital in upstate New York on Monday afternoon. His father Mark, a local cop, found him unconscious.

Hawaii cliff murder sisters are accused 'scammers' who led debauched life in Florida and

The twin sister yoga experts (pictured main) who plunged off a cliff in Hawaii are accused 'scammers' who fled Florida and changed their names after shutting down their studio there without warning. Alexandria Duval (top right), 37, is charged with murdering her sister Anastasia Duval (bottom right) by intentionally driving their Ford Explorer 200ft off a cliff in Maui as the pair argued on May 29. The sisters, who ran Twin Power Yoga in Palm Beach, had been traveling south on Hana Highway when they crashed into a rock wall and plunging onto the rocky shoreline below. Anastasia Duval was pronounced dead at the scene. Her sister was taken to a hospital in critical condition. Now, it has emerged that in their previous life, the pair drove matching Porsches and living a hedonistic lifestyle in southern Florida, where they were dubbed the 'terrible twins.'

NEW The residents of a Canadian city are growing increasingly fed up with a hum which they keep hearing. People in Windsor, Ontario, think the sound might be coming from Detroit.

Chinese researchers have identified compounds exhaled by patients who have severe respiratory infections, and hope to develop a breath test, which could cut the rate of antibiotics given for colds.

Amityville Horror house in New York goes on sale for $850K

A real estate ad for a house on 108 Ocean Avenue in Amityville, New York (pictured left) describes it as a 'stately center hall colonial' with a formal dining room, but makes no mention of the mass murder that took place there in 1974 (crime scene pictured top right). The owner of the house that became the scene of the 'Amityville Horror' killings wants $850,000 for the property, according to the advertisement. For that price, a potential buyer will get a five-bedroom, four-bathroom house with a 'large boat house' and a two-car garage - as well as a piece of Long Island true-crime history. The murders that made the house famous occurred on November 13, 1974, and left killer Ronald DeFeo's mother, father, and four siblings dead (DeFeo is pictured bottom right, and left inset with siblings).

A crowd is reflected in a sketch of Muhammad Ali on the front porch of his childhood home as they wait for a tour to begin inside Tuesday, June 7, 2016, in Louisville, Ky. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

President Barack Obama will not be attending Muhammad Ali's memorial service, but he and Michelle Obama will be sending a letter with an aide

Year five pupils at a primary school in Glossop were left as stumped as their parents by a question which asked them to 'calculate the perimeter of these composite rectilinear shapes'.

Orioles and Royals fight breaks out after pitcher hits batter with a 100mph fastball

Manny Machado, batting for the Baltimore Orioles, threw down his helmet and stormed the mound to exchange blows with Royal Yordano Ventura in the fifth inning after being hit with a fastball. Machado and Ventura had exchanged words earlier in the evening after the third-baseman looked to be aiming for the stands with one shot into left field, only for it to drop short. The next time he returned to home plate, Ventura unleashed a 100mph pitch that struck him square in the back. The pair were escorted from the field, and the Orioles went on to win 9-1.

When former Apprentice star Saira Khan admitted she'd given her husband permission to sleep with someone else because she'd lost her sex drive, it made headlines. But is it really the answer?

FEMAIL columnist William Hanson reveals the things to avoid if you want to keep a wedding classy. He warns brides not to flash too much flesh and says guests should ditch the stilettos for a church do.

Axl Rose demands Google remove image that led to memes mocking weight

Axl Rose is demanding that an image he claims was released without his consent or approval be removed from the internet by Google. The image in question was taken of the Guns N' Roses frontman at a 2010 concert in Canada by Boris Minkevich and published in the Winnipeg Free Press . That photo was quickly stolen of the newspaper's website and used to male memes mocking Rose's weight. Rose has now hired Web Sheriff to get the photo taken offline.

NEW The research, by Stanford University, could indicate how cooperative behaviour may have evolved differently between males and females.

NEW Other people's concentration is contagious and can encourage us to exert more effort onto our own work, according to a study at Vrije Universiteit Brussel.

Video of Florida man 'trying to abduct girl' before heroic mother stops him

Shocking video footage shows Craig Bonnello, 30, trying to kidnap a teenager by dragging her across the floor of a Dollar General store in Hernando, Florida, before her mother stopped him. Bonello appeared to be pushing a shopping cart loaded with goods when he circled around an aisle (inset top left) and suddenly grabbed the teenager (inset top right), whose name is being withheld. The Citrus County Sheriff's Office credited the girl's heroic mother, who followed Bonello and desperately tried to snatch her daughter in a 'tug of war' (inset bottom left and right), NBC reported. According to WFAA , the mother eventually lay on top of the teen to prevent Bonello from dragging her out the store. 'In my 10 years on the road I have never seen anything like this. He truly intended to abduct this child right in front of everyone in the store,' Sergeant Craig Callahan said in a statement.The manager yelled as Bonello tried to flee, and off-duty deputy Jonathan Behnen happened to be walking into the store after spending the morning in court. Behnen blocked the 30-year-old's car as he tried to drive off and eventually arrested him. Bonello will be charged with kidnapping and child abuse.

People with body identity integrity disorder want to amputate their own limbs or sometimes desires to be paraplegic or blind, said Anna Sedda, an assistant professor of psychology, Heriot-Watt University.

People leading sedentary lives eat too many calories but those who are very active are not eating enough, a graph created by UCLA statistician Nathan Yau reveals.

Louisiana woman shares CCTV video of little boy sneaking into garage to cuddle her dog

Hollie Breaux Mallet, from Louisiana, noticed a little boy sneaking into her garage to play with her dog. She shared the security footage (top and bottom right) online to try and identify the boy and tell him that he is 'welcome to stay and play.' The little boy's mother recognised him in the video and confirmed it was her son Josh. She said Josh 'turned ten shades of red' when he saw the video and that they had lost their family dog Bella, who Josh had had since he was two, in 2015. Josh is now welcome at Ms Mallet's place anytime to play with Dutchess and has snapped a number of selfies (left) with his new friend.

Sir Tim met with Internet activists, journalists and others at the Decentralized Web Summit in San Francisco to discuss what the web might look like with no censorship and no centralised control.

Google's New Motion Stills app for iOS lets users around the world turn Live Photos into GIFs and remove shaky shots. The technology might soon be added to apps like Google Photo.

Meet the tech millionaire who sold everything to travel the world with his family

NEW Multi-millionaire Garrett Gee, his wife, Jessica and their two children, Dorothy and Manilla, from Utah, have been travelling the world after Gee sold mobile scanning app QR to Snapchat last year for $54million. Pit stops for the 'Bucket List Family' as they are known online, have included the Bahamas (top left), Fiji, Dominica (bottom left), Australia, Saint Martin (top right), New Zealand and Antigua (center).

Bahraini anti-government protesters place concrete roadblocks on the highway leading to Pearl Square in Manama on March 14, 2011. Armoured troops rolled into Bahrain from neighbouring Saudi Arabia to help restore order in the strategic Gulf kingdom, where pro-democracy demonstrators have shut down the financial centre. 


The man threw the baby out of the window of his car while driving down a highway in Manama, Bahrain, at which point his wife fled the vehicle and was hit by a truck.

The advice comes after Dutch experts warned driving with hay fever can cause the same effects as drinking a pint of beer or a large glass of wine. Here, we reveal the simple tricks to relieve allergy hell...

'Ghost' appears in walker's photo: A 'thin person with no face' appears in image at

NEW A hiker has claimed to have seen 'a thin person with no visible face' at Dundas Peak in Hamilton, Ontario in a spot he said was 'completely inaccessible'. Writing on Reddit he said: 'Way below the edge of the trail, where the slope is too steep to stand on, there appears to be a thin person standing unnaturally straight with no visible face.'

The University of Glasgow trial found when terminal lung cancer patients were given two immunotherapy jabs several times a week 47 per cent survived a year and most are still alive today.


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Bobby Brown claims he had sex with a ghost in a 'spooky' mansion

Troubled singer Bobby Brown has claimed he once had sex with a ghost after buying a 'spooky' mansion - but insisted he was not under the influence of drugs at the time. In the interview with Robin Roberts he explained: 'I bought this mansion in Georgia. This was a really, really spooky place. One time, I woke up and, yeah, a ghost...I was being mounted by a ghost. I wasn't high. I was not trippin'.

Bobby Brown revealed that his daughter Bobbi Kristina had been planning to move to Los Angeles to be closer to him just days before she was found face down in a bathtub in her Georgia townhouse.

Baffled doctors have now diagnosed the man, known only as JC, with Foreign Language Syndrome, which has only ever affected about 60 people worldwide, say Edinburgh resarchers.

These are the most jaw-dropping lifts around the world 

NEW Sometimes the journey is more incredible than the destination itself - as these jaw-dropping elevators prove. MailOnline Travel has rounded up some of the most incredible and exhilarating lifts from around the world, where the ride to the top is as thrilling as the view. Top left is the heart-stopping Bailong Elevator in China, which is clamped onto the side of a vertical cliff face. Top right is the Skyview Elevator in Sweden, which transports visitors on the outside of the world's largest spherically shaped building, bottom right is the Eiffel Tower's knuckle-whitening lift and bottom left is the 500ft Swiss Hammetschwand Elevator. Inset is the incredible lift-in-a-fish-tank at the Radisson Blu hotel in Berlin.

Megan McGurr, 22, a nursing student from Memphis, Tennessee, was left to choose her own cake design and decided to ditch the traditional cap and diploma scroll decoration.

The hilarious footage was captured by a stunned bystander who spotted the impatient dog with its paws on the steering wheel while waiting for its owners in Greensboro, North Carolina.

Lakeland Police hunt for alligator that was spotted with HUMAN BODY in its mouth

Police were called to Hunter Lake, in central Florida, on Tuesday afternoon when a member of a retirement community spotted the alligator (believed to be the one pictured, with something in its mouth). Detectives were able to pull the body, thought to belong to an adult male, from the water but the alligator escaped. A trapper (center inset, in camouflage) is now attempting to capture the reptile so authorities can examine it stomach to see if it killed the person, or just came upon the corpse. Meanwhile police are trying to identify the victim.

Researchers from Columbia University have tested the Marshall Islands for harmful radiation to determine that they can now be considered habitable - all but Bikini Atoll.

How did the famous Yamal crater change from July 2014 to September 2015. Pictures: Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous region governor's press-service, Vasily Bogoyavlensky, Vladimir Pushkarev

Three years ago, a crater suddenly opened up on the Taimyr peninsula in Siberia, and was an estimated 330ft deep. New information reveals locals heard an explosion, and saw a glow in the sky.

Loneliness is not trivial and is a serious health problem, said Esther Rantzen. It leaves many elderly people feeling so alone they become depressed and anxious and need drug treatment.

The two-times Oscar-winning star of Forrest Gump, Philadelphia and Saving Private Ryan had long ago been crowned 'the nicest guy in Hollywood'... Tom Leonard examines why.

David Beckham reveals his heartache as he brings joy to children the same age as his own

Pictures show the former England captain laughing and joking with children in the village of Makhewu in Swaziland, southern Africa. During his visit, the Three Lions great heard and saw how the worst drought in decades - now taking hold of vast swathes of Eastern and Southern Africa - is threatening to wreak havoc on the lives of children and families already made vulnerable by HIV. The 41-year-old UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador was in the country to see how the '7: The David Beckham Unicef Fund' is working to save lives.

Harvard University in Massachusetts has created a new model of the Milky Way's interstellar gas to find there is room for a thin disk of dark matter.

15-year-old in China underwent surgery after allegedly eating 200 nails over the space of a month. His parents had thought he had a cold, however a CT scan revealed the sharp objects.

Brazil's human Ken doll Mauricio Galdi wants to have FOUR RIBS removed

NEW Mauricio Galdi, 28, from Sao Paulo, has spent much of his life enhancing his looks to appear more like Barbie's boyfriend. His quest for toy-like perfection has led him to the States, in the hope that US surgeons would remove four ribs from his body to enhance his chest. (Pictured from left: Mauricio Galdi appearing on Botched. Inset: Galdi's chiselled torso)

Researchers from Stanford University have designed a robot, named Jackrabbot, that can learn from human behaviour. It could soon be available for £345 ($500).

Scientists at the University of Oxford studied archaeological and fossil evidence and found that mankind has been altering the environment since the Late Pleistocene.

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The woman and her 12-year-old daughter had been lured to the attacker's home in Layyah, Punjab, by a promise of a £30 donation to the family, when they were both tied up and the mother raped.

Presidential candidate Rodrigo Duterte answers questions from the media in Manila, Philippines. 

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Philippine President-elect Rodrigo Duterte, 71, caused international outrage last week when he appeared to defend the killings of journalists if they are 'overly critical' or 'paid to take sides'.

Chinese farmer astounded by 'freak' two-headed pig is born on his farm 

A pig with two heads, three eyes and two mouths has been born in Luzhou, south-west China's Sichuan province. The piglet was born on June 5 and people have been flocking to the farm ever since to get a glimpse of the animal. The farmer (top right), named Zhong Guoyuan, has been offered large sums of cash for the pig but has refused to part with it.

Chichihualco is famous for hand-stitching footballs for 50 years in the mountains of the impoverished state of Guerrero. But it is struggling in the face of competition from Asia - and drugs.

Anit-depressants nearly kill mother after suffering horrific allergic reaction

Mpho Boadia, 36, from Johannesburg, was prescribed the mood lifters to help with depression and post-traumatic stress disorder following the sudden death of a friend. But she suffered from Stevens Johnson Syndrome - where the immune system overreacts to a trigger. She said she felt like she was 'burning from the inside out' (right and inset). Her family were told she was unlikely to survive and a priest even read Miss Boadia her final rites until miraculously she started to recover. Now she is almost recovered she says the experience has made her a 'better person'. She said: 'As I lay there, aware I might die, I thought, "I am going to fight this",' she said. 'I started bargaining with God. And it worked.'

A chemical in green tea alters the way brain cells connect with one another, researchers found. The positive impact lasted for six months, experts writing in The Lancet Neurology said.

Scientists at the University of California, Berkeley, have established for the first time that the nutrient, found in oysters, shellfish, leafy greens, mushrooms, nuts and seeds, helps break down fat cells.

A drunk woman tried to get her children to blow into a sober-driving gadget so she could start the ignition on her car. Kayla Martin-Weliwita, 36, was arrested in Owasso, a suburb of Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Oxford University scientists have shown for the first time that fish are capable of remembering and recognising human faces, easily picking out a familiar face from up to 44 strange ones.

Missing US student Endicott Ackerman jumped into huge swell at Bondi Beach

Witnesses who saw U.S. student Endicott Ackerman, 20, (left) plunge into huge seas at Sydney's Bondi Beach (below right) on Monday say there was 'nothing they could do' to save him. One described watching Mr Ackerman place his belongings on the rocks before looking at the water and diving in, then disappearing. The search (top right) for Mr Ackerman entered its third day on Wednesday.

Vladimir Putin's new Stary Oskol submarine, which is laden with missiles and torpedos, ventured into the North Sea where it was intercepted by the anti-submarine Type 23 frigate HMS Kent on Sunday.

Actor Kerry Washington has revealed that before landing her role in TV hit Scandal she was subjected to racial stereotype casting and told she wasn't 'hood' enough.

The Academy Award-winning actress testified before a Senate Judiciary subcommittee hearing on the Holocaust Expropriated Art Recovery (HEAR) Act on Capitol Hill in Washington on Tuesday.

Goldman Sachs Japan sacks PORN STAR Shizuka Minamoto after discovering her past

NEW Adult actress Shizuka Minamoto from Tokyo reportedly violated the investment bank's code of ethics when she starred in dozens of x-rated movies during her time at university. When her potential new employers found out about her past appearances on film, they were less than impressed and terminated her contract before it even began.

Research from the University of Chicago and the University of Southampton made the discovery after studying the teeth of early mammals to estimate their age.

Researchers from the University of California in San Diego found in an analysis of 60,000 patients over ten years that single or unmarried patients with the disease were a fifth more likely to die.

Rangers searched Tuesday for a man who reportedly fell into a hot spring at Yellowstone National Park. A witness reported seeing a man in his early 20s fall into the thermal spring.

FILE PHOTO: An air-to-air front view of an RC-135 Stratolifter aircraft from the 306th Strategic Wing during a refueling mission over the North Sea. (Photo by USAF)

Defense officials said a Chinese J-10 fighter flew at a 'high rate of speed' toward an Air Force RC-135 spy plane on Tuesday at the same altitude, risking a midair collision.

Diamond miners in Namibia find 500-year-old shipwreck loaded with £9m of gold

The Bom Jesus - or Good Jesus - and its treasure trove contents were first discovered along the Namibian coast near Oranjemund by geologists from the mining company De Beers in April 2008. It was a Portuguese ship which set sail from Lisbon in 1533 captained by Sir Francisco de Noronha, and vanished, along with its entire crew, while on a voyage to India. It was found by the miners as they drained a man-made lake along the Skeleton Coast, and while plenty of shipwrecks have been discovered along the stretch, this was the oldest and the first to be loaded down with coin and ivory tusks.

Dolores Lozano, 24, claims running back Devin Chafin assaulted her on three separate occasions over two months while they were in a relationship at Baylor University in Waco, Texas.

His good looks and lavish lifestyle have earned him the nickname 'the Fresh Prince of Parnell'. Now the the handsome son of New Zealand's Prime Minister, Max Key has the internet hot and bothered.

The findings, from a study conducted in Paris, challenge the traditional theory that anorexia is driven by an intense fear of gaining weight. Rather, experts say it is caused by a pleasure at losing weight.

Police and firefighters descended on the Los Angeles home near the Hollywood Forever Cemetery on Monday after a woman who had recently returned from Africa fell ill.

Video of French KFC Saint-Thibault-des-Vignes diner finds 'chick' in bucket

NEW KFC says the footage of the supposed 'chick' at a restaurant in Saint-Thibault-des-Vignes, in Seine-et-Marne, France, is a 'hoax' and that 'it is impossible that a chick is among the chickens'. They claim the bite in question is actually a broken up wing. But French news outlets report the diner, 18-year-old Marvin Small, was 100% positive he had found the beak and neck of a small chick, which he recorded in stomach-churning footage.

Rangers said Tuesday that Mark Simon, of Glen Ridge, fell 40 feet from a bluff between Sand Beach and Thunder Hole at Acadia National Park.

Babies of mothers who piled on the pounds were found to be 78 per cent more likely to suffer meconium aspiration, where a very sticky substance gets into a newborn's lungs, experts in Sweden found.

A critically endangered Amur leopard named Zeya escaped from its enclosure at Hogle Zoo in Salt Lake City, Utah, forcing hundreds of visitors to take shelter while the animal was tranquilized.

Critics within the FBI question whether the agency's proposed new headquarters should bear the name of its first director J. Edgar Hoover. 

Video shows chimp hug Linda Koebner who saved her from a research lab 25 years ago

Animal behaviorist Linda Koebner (pictured) has received all the thanks she needed from the animals she hasn't seen for all those years - a 'welcome back' hug. Koebner, who founded the non-profit chimpanzee sanctuary Chimp Haven in Louisiana, spent four years teaching the chimps how to be wild in southern Florida after they were released from the hepatitis research lab where they lived (bottom right). She then returned to the enclosure and was greeted with open arms by the chimps, which was captured on camera and featured on the PBS documentary The Wisdom of the Wild. 'Do you remember me?' she asks, as a chimp named Swing reaches out a hand to Koebner from the dock, and cracks a huge smile (main).

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The wrist grab is the new pose for A-list male stars

NEW While their female counterparts have duck face, fish gape and T-Red hands, male celebrities have adopted 'wrist grab' as their signature red carpet pose. The pose sees the star grasping one wrist with the other hand, making it the ideal way to show off a designer watch. Rapper Kanye West (left), adopted the look at the CFDA Fashion Awards in New York last week and Justin Bieber (second left) has displayed the pose on the red carpet multiple times. Actors Joel Edgerton (centre) and Orlando Bloom (second right) tried out the wrist grab at the Cannes film festival, while it gave singer John Mayer an air of innocence at a store opening in LA (right).

This is the horrifying moment a large Russian man knocks out his girlfriend after he brutally attacked her during a heated argument - before turning on a woman who tries to help.

ShaRee Castlebury from Lawton, Oklahoma brought a plain white dress to school and let her students draw pictures on it with fabric markers. She then wore the colorful frock on the last day.

Wheely dumb! Fisherman wearing flippers is caught angling 2km out to sea on a tractor TYRE

NEW A fisherman got the surprise of his life after finding a fellow angler braving seas 2km off the coast of South Africa on nothing but a tractor tyre. The angler, Grant Campbell, took pity on the daring seafarer - who didn't appear to be having much luck with his own fishing - so handed him over a catch of his own. The images have been shared on social media, where they have drawn hundreds of shares.

Two armed men burst into a diner in Ecole-Valentin, near Besancon in eastern France on Sunday night. But they found 11 off-duty special forces soldiers in there and they soon turned the tables on them.

Dan O'Hara, from the UK, accidentally sent a text reading 'I knew she was nuts' to the woman he was talking about. He shared it on his Twitter where it has had over 17,000 likes.

Nervous new dad's VERY detailed 'tips' for his son's first babysitter

NEW After his wife forwarded him an email he'd sent to his son's first babysitter three years ago, a father realised how over-the-top he had been as a new parent. He decided to share an image of the email on Reddit - and it has already received over 200 comments from bemused Reddit users.


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YouTube' SORTEDfood hilarious video on seven foods you should never eat in a moving car

Jamie Spafford (top right), Ben Ebbrell (bottom left), Barry James Taylor (bottom right) and Mike Huttlestone (top left), from Hertfordshire, are taking over the MailOnline Facebook page this afternoon at 4pm. In the TopGear-style clip the vloggers put their recipes through three tests: accelerating and an emergency stop, cornering and a bumpy road. The team behind SORTEDfood are still only in their 20s but have become a YouTube sensation with more than 1.5 million subscribers and they have created one of the biggest online food communities in the world.

PIC BY ALANKAR CHANDRA / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Majestic shots of a tigeress taking down a sambar deer.) - Talk about going in for the kill! This is the incredible moment a hungry tiger savaged an unsuspecting deer. The sly tiger was snoozing under a tree when she spotted her prey - and after stalking the herd of deer as they quenched their thirst she suddenly pounced, snaring one unlucky deer in her grasp. The desperate deer struggled to get free as the duo fought to the death, but it was no competition for the vicious tiger as she struck a killer blow, before tucking into her freshly-caught dinner. The amazing snaps were taken by wildlife photographer Alankar Chandra, on a hot afternoon by Rajbagh Lake at Rahnthambhore National Park in Rajasthan, India. SEE CATERS COPY.

The terrified deer and the tiger engaged in a bloody match of life and death by Rajbagh Lake at Rahnthambhore National Park in Rajasthan, India.

A 16-foot-wide sinkhole opened up in the city of Nanning, China, on June 5 in front of a primary school. A total of 2,000 children reportedly take the route daily to two nearby schools.

Mumsnet user Katy, 24, said she would no longer be shopping at the retailer after receiving the email. The subject line said 'Show a little leg', while the tagline read: 'Just don't forget to shave them.'

Shameless British gold diggers reveal how they 'rinse' wealthy older men for diamonds

NEW Among the upwardly mobile women featured in a new Channel 5 documentary about 'rinsing' - younger women dating older men for their money - is Laura Boylan from Liverpool. The glamorous 31-year-old dates men who bestow her with expensive gifts...but vows never to get intimate with them. (Pictured from left: Mark Vanderpump and Brazilian date Rosana, Robin and Noelie Goforth, Laura Boylan)