She is alleged to have split from her billionaire fiancé James Packer following a dramatic fight in September. But Mariah Carey was still wearing her engagement ring (inset) when she stepped out for dinner at celebrity hotspot Nobu in Malibu on Thursday evening, enjoying a catch up with friends. The 46-year-old singer's flashy $10 million bling was hard to miss, as reports surfaced that the singer had demanded a $50million payoff from Packer on the grounds that she had uprooted her five-year-old twins, Moroccan and Monroe from New York to Los Angeles, so Packer could be near his own children. It was also claimed that Packer made financial promises to Mariah during their romance, which she wants him to fulfil.
FBI dramatically reopens Hillary Clinton email investigation: 'Pertinent' messages found on politician Anthony Weiner's phone by investigators probing MailOnline's revelation he sexted a 15-year-old girl
FBI Director James Comey said in a letter to Congress that an investigative team is seeking to determine if any of the emails contain classified information and whether any of them are 'significant'. Comey said that after learning about the emails he advised the bureau to take 'appropriate investigative steps' to review the emails. The announcement comes 11 days out from the US presidential election. At a campaign rally in Manchester, New Hampshire, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump congratulated the FBI for deciding to take a second look at the case.
American Airlines plane catches fire at Chicago O'Hare airport after blowing a tire during takeoff - forcing terrified passengers to evacuate on emergency slides
American Airlines Flight 383 departed Chicago for Miami on Friday afternoon when it blew a tire and damaged an engine. The pilot aborted takeoff and all aboard evacuated. Emergency chutes could be seen coming out of the sides of the plane (pictured). The 161 passengers and 9 crew members got off the aircraft. Television reports showed a large plume of black smoke coming from the Boeing 767, which appeared to be damaged at the rear. There were no immediately reported injuries. Chicago fire officials said on the department's Twitter account that there was an extra-alarm emergency response at the airport for an 'aircraft down'.
EXCLUSIVE: 'Pregnant' Cheryl shows off her bump in comfy black sweats as she enjoys a casual outing in London
NEW The star showed off a sizable bump under comfy black sweats as she left a meeting in London on Thursday amid rumours she is expecting her first child with boyfriend Liam Payne, 23. The 33-year-old looked relaxed and happy as she made her way outside, ditching the glam for comfort in her head-to-toe black ensemble. Cheryl opted for a loose-fitting hoodie, but a bump could clearly be seen under her top.
Dramatic drone footage captures England's oldest hotel being gutted in huge fire which spread from an art gallery in Exeter to destroy the historic property
A blaze raged through the oldest hotel in England today as 110 firefighters tackled flames at the Royal Clarence Hotel in Exeter. Police and paramedics were also at the blaze, which began shortly after 5am on Friday. The fire is believed to have started at an art gallery in Exeter city centre but has now spread to the nearby Royal Clarence Hotel. Devon and Somerset Fire Service said crews from across Devon were at the scene tackling the blaze which has affected a block of buildings on Cathedral Yard.
He even fleeced his own mum: He's the public school boy who conned middle aged women. But, as these new victims reveal, the full extent of his extraordinary life of fraud is only now emerging
NEW Top hat perching jauntily on his head, waistcoat neatly buttoned under his morning suit and a glamorous female companion on his arm: welcome to the gilded world of Mark Acklom - enjoying a day out at Ascot in the Royal Enclosure, no less (shown main). But Acklom, 43, has amassed millions during his criminal career persuading other people to part with theirs. He is now on the run in Spain after British police issued a warrant for his arrest. He is wanted for questioning over a string of alleged 'stings' - including posing as a stockbroker to seduce a divorcee from Bath (Carolyn Woods, top right) and trick her out of more than £800,000, while he lied about a sexual relationship with Carol Bryan (bottom right) to sell an exclusive story to a newspaper. Many of those he fleeced were women. And the motive wasn't only financial.
'You look so ill I can see your bones through your skin': Thousands sign petition to ban 'anorexic-looking' vlogger from YouTube amid claims she is promoting eating disorders
Viewers have expressed both concern and contempt for vlogger Eugenia Cooney, 22, from Greenwich, Connecticut, who they say is promoting anorexia on her popular YouTube channel. More than 9,000 people have signed a Change.org petition (inset) asking that she be removed from the service until she seeks medical help. Cooney, who has more than 890,000 YouTube subscribers,insists she is 'naturally' thin.
My guilt at giving up on my dying son: Kerry wanted to let doctors turn off their son Dylan's life support against her husband's wishes.... but then he became the 'boy who came back from the dead'
NEW Three year-old Dylan Askin (pictured) of Derby whose parents - Kerry (left) and Mike - were preparing to switch off his life support when he miraculously came back to life. Dylan's heart rate had been a dangerous 200 beats a minute and his oxygen levels so low they could not sustain life much longer. With no hope of recovery, medical staff at Nottingham University Hospitals were preparing consent forms to switch off Dylan's life support while his heartbroken family gathered at his bedside to say goodbye.
'Find an immigrant to drive you, you stupid tart': Lily Allen claims London black cabbie refused to drive her and her children after singer's 'crocodile tears' for Calais jungle migrants
Lily Allen, 31, has claimed a taxi driver refused to pick her up in London and told her to 'find an immigrant to drive you, you stupid tart' after she apologised 'on behalf of her country' to an Afghan refugee. Allen sparked outrage this month after she made a tearful apology to the 13-year-old at the 'Jungle' near Calais, France (bottom right). She broke down in tears (left) and told the refugee, who has since been reunited with his father in Birmingham: 'I'm sorry for what we have put you through'. And today she posted a message on her Twitter account to her 5.8million followers to inform them what a black cabbie allegedly said to her (top right).
'I had to work 91 hours one week just to survive': Two Uber drivers win landmark court case with cab firm over whether it should give drivers minimum wage, paid holiday and breaks
Uber has lost a landmark court case over whether it should give drivers the minimum wage and paid holidays and breaks. The case centred on whether drivers with the firm, where passengers hail cars using an app, are self-employed or staff. Uber classes its drivers as self-employed workers, claiming it is a technology company rather than a taxi firm, and says the arrangement allows people to be their own boss and work flexibly. But drivers argue they are actual employees of the organisation, rather than independent operators running their own businesses. Today judges sided with the drivers in a ruling that could affect thousands of other workers across Britain at companies with similar models such as food company Deliveroo.
British couple brave howling wolves, cold showers and smashed windscreens to spend eight years travelling the world in camper van which is just 60 square feet inside
In a tiny van Lauren Winslow-Llewellyn, 27, and Craig Hubbard, both from Brighton, have been enjoying the holiday of a lifetime travelling across America, Asia, Europe and Australia. The adventurous couple are currently on a seven-month trip through North America in their beloved 60sqft camper, Daphne, a petrol Dodge Ram 1500 primetime they bought for £2,900. Craig said: 'There's no denying it's a little on the small side; moving around while bent over or kneeling on the floor to cook takes some time to master but you get used to it and it's just like a mini-home.'
Billy Rockett, 41, from Merseyside, said the two-inch wasp-like creature buzzed into his kitchen yesterday. The father-of-three caught the bug in a coffee jar and fears it is one the breed of hornets which came to the UK this summer. An Asian hornet nest was found in a tree in Tetbury, Gloucestershire, earlier this summer. They been spotted in at least six different locations this year.
Father kills son, eight, and daughter, six, by torching family home before fleeing and trying to kill himself in car fire
The father of the two children killed in an arson attack this morning is believed to have torched the family home before fleeing and trying to take his own life. Police said the man was found with critical injuries in a burnt-out Vauxhall in Newcastle at 7.15am today, three hours after the home in Birmingham was set alight. West Midlands Police Detective Chief Inspector Martin Slevin said they are not looking for anyone else in connection with the 'suspicious' blaze. A six-year-old girl and eight-year-old boy were pulled out of the burning home by neighbours, but they both went into cardiac arrest and died.
Road rage regret! Angry motorist screams at another driver - but slams on his brakes when he pulls out a HANDGUN
A furious road-rage driver got more than he bargained for when the motorist he was screaming at pulled out a handgun. Video shows the man pulling up alongside his fellow motorist before launching into an expletive-ridden tirade - then slamming his brake on when he sees the weapon. The clip, filmed in America, has since gone viral having amassed more than 20 million views on Facebook.
THIRD Alton Towers breakdown in a year: Thrillseekers are trapped on rollercoaster for nearly an hour when Spinball Whizzer ride gets stuck
The popular Spinball Whizzer had to be shut down and emergency services climbed up the 56ft structure to free the victims. The ride is designed to make riders feel like they're a spinball and rotates 360 degrees on a 1,504ft track. But today one of its cars got stuck on a descent as it raced along at up to 37mph. Alton Towers' bosses were in court in September over the crash on their Smiler ride on June 2 last year, which cost two people their legs.
'Is Harry doing a spot of time travel?' Royal fans go into a frenzy over a 1957 photo of Prince Philip that looks JUST like his grandson
Royal fans have gone into a frenzy over a 1957 photo of Prince Philip with a full red beard in which he bears a striking resemblance to his youngest grandson Harry, 32 (right). The image of the cover of Paris Match magazine was shared on Instagram (left) by Getty royal photographer Chris Jackson and fans couldn't believe their eyes at the striking resemblance between the pair, asking if Harry was time travelling.
PICTURED: British mother, 48, who fell 20ft to her death in a South African hot air balloon crash was on a 'once-in-a-lifetime' dawn flight with her airline pilot husband and young sons
British mother-of-two Suzanne Astle, 48, was flung out of the hot air balloon's basket and thrown 20ft to the ground below when it flipped over in high winds as it came in to land near Mooinooi in South Africa. She was with her husband, former airline pilot John, 63, and two sons, privately schooled Will, 14, and Sam, on a once-in-a-lifetime safari holiday when the incident occurred. Mrs Astle was taken to hospital but died the following day from serious head injuries. Survivors described having to 'hold on for dear life' as the balloon crashed into trees and bushes before flipping over in high winds. Speaking today outside Mrs Astle's £1.2million family home on a wealthy country estate in Kenilworth, Warwickshire, her husband John said he was too upset to speak. Neighbours described the tragedy as 'shocking' and 'so awful'.
U idiot! Helpless Mercedes driver smashes into a car carrying out a U-turn straight into oncoming traffic on a dual carriageway
An idiot driver caused a high-speed crash by inexplicably attempting a u-turn as they pulled out onto a busy dual carriageway. The incident was caught by dashcam footage belonging to the owner of a Mercedes, which desperately tries to swerve around the oncoming silver vehicle as it tries the ridiculous manoeuvre. As the Mercedes driver makes their way along the A1, near Loughbrickland, Co. Down, Ireland, there is a fair distance between them and the traffic in front of them, which appears to be moving freely. However, from out of nowhere another driver decides they wants to go the other way and begins a 180-degree turn across the road, giving the Mercedes driver no chance of swerving out of their way.
Halloween horrors: Skeletons in the driveway, ghosts peering from the windows and blood-soaked curtains . . . bad taste rules on Britain's spooky streets
From graveyards in the driveway to severed heads hanging from the gutters, these Halloween-mad home owners have taken their obsession to the next level. One grandmother has spent weeks transforming her ordinary semi-detached home in Liverpool (top left) into a spooky shrine to all things haunted in time for October 31. Other scary homes include Chris Walton's house on Howick Park Avenue in Preston (bottom right) who turned his property into 'Howick Cemetery' complete with grave stones and other ghoulish items, Martin Lee's spooky home in Macnhester (bottom left) and a home in Norris Green, Liverpool (top right).
Wiping out the Jungle: Aerial images reveal how the Calais camp has been torn down, with thousands of tents and huts removed
Aerial pictures show diggers, lorries and workmen moving through a squalid network of temporary huts that once housed up to 10,000 migrants on the outskirts of the French town. With much of the encampment cleared away, it is a stark contrast to pictures of the same site taken just weeks ago which show tents and caravans packed tightly together alongside official accommodation for refugees. Just weeks ago, images of the same encampment showed tents and caravans packed tightly together around the site's official accommodation for refugees. Demolition workers are in the process of ripping down the camp after French authorities transported occupants to new accommodation across France.
What's really going on under your lawn? Incredible pictures reveal elaborate maze of tunnels made by MOLES under neatly manicured layer of turf
Photos of the maze of tunnels in a garden in Bristol (pictured) - which look like an elaborate art installation - were captured by pest control expert Adam Leonard. He went on to catch the mole (inset) with his bare hands. Mr Leonard said: 'The chap whose garden it was had just spent a couple of thousand pounds having it nicely turfed and wasn't best pleased with the mole problem. Most people only realise they've got moles when they break through the surface and leave those little piles of earth. But they do untold damage to a nice lawn without doing that.'
How a Canadian elocution 'expert' from the 1930s crafted the Mid-Atlantic accent used by Katharine Hepburn and other Hollywood stars
Edith Skinner wrote the 1924 book 'Speak with Distinction' (center). She was the go-to speech expert in Hollywood during the Golden Era of film - crafting the accent made famous by Katharine Hepburn (left). The accent was thought to be in response to silent film stars like Clara Bow (right) whose Brooklyn accent was jarring when talkies came about. However, her 'Good Speech' accent was really just an affectation that went out of style by the 1960s. Skinner's goal was to eliminate regionalization, but the result was a strange accent not found anywhere else.
Nasa reveals shocking video of secretive military 'RoboSimian' EXPLODING as its batteries catch fire
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's 'RoboSimian' exploded at Nasa's Jet Propulsion Laboratory on June 14th, the agency confirmed. According to Lynne Lee, the laboratory's mishap program manager, the explosion packed the power of a stick of dynamite.The batteries are the same type, lithium-ion, that caused Samsung to recall its Galaxy Note 7. 'If you notice where that fire came out, it was exactly where our researchers were standing,' Lee said in a Nasa video explaining the incident. 'It could have been a very bad day.'
From a saucy single mother to a VERY sultry lawyer, controversial dating website introduces the 15 lingerie-clad beauties who will compete for the title of Sugar Baby of the Year
The controversial dating site Seeking Arrangement, which pairs well-off men with attractive women looking to enjoy the finer things in life, is offering this year's winner of the annual competition a role as a brand ambassador, the cover of the 2017 Sugar Baby Calendar, and a cash prize of $10,000. The contestants are proudly showing off their figures in the racy calendar shoot as they credit the site for helping with their love lives and career ambitions.
'Intensive flak and enemy fighters, 9 Beaus lost. Very Enjoyable': RAF pilot's logbook and photographs from the disastrous 'Black Friday' attack on enemy ships during WWII is on sale for £400
An RAF pilot's photographs and logbook of a disastrous air raid during the Second World have emerged after more than 70 years. The raid over a Norwegian fjord on German shipping in February 1945 became known as 'Black Friday' as 14 airmen were killed, four were taken prisoner and 10 RAF planes were destroyed. However Flying Officer Robert Field's Bristol Beaufighter - the aircraft known as the 'whispering death' because of its effectiveness in battle - escaped unscathed. Upon his return to base, FO Field wrote in his log: 'Intensive flak and enemy fighters, 9 Beaus lost. Very Enjoyable.'
Sassy twin sisters tell their greedy dad off in hilarious hunger-fuelled rant - before banishing him to the guest room 'to think about what he's done'
Two sassy sisters have decided to banish their father to the guestroom after finding out he ate all their snacks. Ava and Alexis McClure from West Orange in New Jersey, USA, erupt into a frenzied state of disbelief after finding out what their devious father Justin has been up to while they were at pre-school. Upon finding out the news, the fierce three-year-old divas then decide there is no room in their house for someone stealing all their food.
WWII veteran dubbed The Auschwitz Goalkeeper after he survived the death camp for two years and kept his spirits up by playing football is Britain's oldest poppy seller aged 99
Ron Jones (pictured inset), from Newport, Gwent, has been selling poppies 40 years and is still fit enough to take his collecting tin to his local Tesco for the annual Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal. The father-of-one revisited Auschwitz three years ago and told how the horrors of war continue to drive him to sell poppies each year. Mr Jones was held at Auschwitz E715 - a prisoner of war camp alongside the main extermination camp in Poland. To keep his spirits up Mr Jones played as a goalkeeper (pictured main) in the camp's football team.
The smell of pizza is enough to make any human hungry - and even a dog has demonstrated the extreme lengths she will go to to get her paws on a slice. Huxley the Bassett Hound was so desperate for a bit of pizza she stood up and hopped around on her hind legs in a bid to get noticed - leaving her owner Ray McCrossan from Derry, Northern Ireland, in fits of giggles. While the short-legged breed may not be renowned for their agility, Huxley demonstrates surprising dexterity as she desperately stands on her back legs.
Flying felines! The adorable pictures of cats and kittens captured mid-leap that will melt your heart
Casteel, who lives in California, is the author of the best-selling Underwater Dogs, Underwater Puppies and Underwater Babies. Now he's taken to the air with pictures of leaping cats in new book Pounce. They are all shot in the close-up, mid-action style that has gained Casteel millions of fans around the world. The photographer wants to entertain, but also to inspire people to care for cats. He is urging feline-lovers to adopt a cat - or even two - from a local shelter and look after them by playing with them every day. Here MailOnline has picked out a few of the incredible images from Pounce.
He's a burger rapper! Workman SINGS his order at a McDonald's drive-thru and is in fits of laughter when the fun employee sings back to him
Luke Crellin, 28, livened up his experience when he and his pals stopped for a meal at Speke Retail Park, Liverpool, in the middle of the night. 'Hello, can I get two Cokes please and make them large?' he asks as he reaches the window. But, clearly in the mood for a bit of fun, when the cashier asks if he wants ice she also decides to do so in song form. The 28-year-old can hardly keep himself together as they keep the tune up for the entire order before returning for a second visit, this time with improved audio. Mr Crellin proceeds to order five chicken select meals, with sweet chilli sauce, at which point both parties struggle to complete their parts without cracking up with laughter.
Hilarious moment a pet cat appears to deliberately trip up a toddler girl by grabbing her leg as she walks past
Hilarious footage shows the moment a cat trips a toddler up by grabbing her leg as she walks past. The video is thought to originate in China and was posted online on October 27. It has since had some 609,000 views. After the girl falls to the floor, she can be seen pointing at the cat to tell her parents what it has done.