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Trump puts Pence in charge of transition and appoints Ivanka and Jared Kushner to team

Donald Trump has organized his first staff-shakeup before he even takes office, ousting New Jersey governor Chris Christie as head of his presidential transition and appointing running mate Mike Pence (bottom right) to chair the effort. 'Together this outstanding group of advisors, led by Vice President-elect Mike Pence, will build on the initial work done under the leadership of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to help prepare a transformative government ready to lead from day one,' Trump said in a statement announcing the change. Christie is to stay on as a vice chair. He is joined by defeated rival Dr. Ben Carson, Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn, who traveled with Trump and advises on national security, and Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions. Others who will guide the transition as part of a newly announced executive committee reveal Trump is creating somewhat of a dynasty. Eldest daughter Ivanka (center at Trump Tower today) her husband Jared Kushner (top right) and sons Eric Trump, top left, and Don Jr, bottom left will be on board the team.

Huma Abedin weeps openly as she returns to Clinton campaign headquarters

Hillary Clinton's closest aide wept as she went back to the Brooklyn headquarters of the doomed bid for the presidency. The future for Abedin, 40, is unclear and her marriage is over. The aide has worked for nobody except Clinton since she was an intern for the then First Lady in Bill Clinton's White House. Throughout the campaign she was at her boss's side - but then with less than two weeks to go until polling day the FBI explosively revealed they were looking at 650,000 of her emails found on her pervert ex-husband Anthony Weiner's laptop. He is being investigated for sexting a 15-year-old. The revelation is being blamed by Clinton aides for - at least in part - costing them the campaign. Abedin, 40, has seen her marriage collapse during the campaign when Weiner was caught sexting an adult, and was herself under FBI investigation for her handling of classified material.

Celebrities who promised to leave America if Trump won the election decide to stay

It is the first broken promise of the incoming Trump administration - and he didn't even make it. Celebrities who had said they would quit America if he won have abandoned their promises before President-elect Trump is even inaugurated. Some dismissed what they pledged as a 'joke' and others simply went to ground when asked by DailyMail.com when they were packing up and heading to Canada or other countries. However Lena Dunham has still to publicly say she is staying. From left to right: Cher, Miley Cyrus, Larry Flynt, Lena Dunham, Amy Schumer, Omari Hardwick, Bryan Cranston, Ne-Yo; second row, George Lopez, Chloe Sevigny, Samuel L. Jackson, President Obama, Barbra Streisand, Chelsea Handler, Natasha Lyonne and Whoopi Goldberg.

Republicans who now have unified control of Congress will move to repeal Obamacare in the first 100 days of Donald Trump's administration, says the first lawmaker to back the president-elect.

Michelle Obama insists she is ready to leave the White House as she covers Vogue

The 52-year-old First Lady is the epitome of elegance in a white Carolina Herrera dress on the cover of the magazine's December issue. When Mrs. Obama spoke with the publication in September, months before she learned Donald Trump would be her husband's successor, she stated that 'it's time' for her and President Barack Obama to leave the White House.

In the wake of Donald Trump's shock victory in the presidential election, crowds of protesters - as well as his supporters and security guards - have swarmed the building on Manhattan's Fifth Avenue.

Trump branded Clinton a rapist in the general election. His aides plotted to make the former president as reviled as Bill Cosby. Two days after his wife formally conceded, Bill finally called Trump.

Chelsea Clinton being 'groomed for Congress' 

Chelsea Clinton could run for the seat of  Rep Nita Lowey, in New York's 17th Congressional District once Lowey, 79, retires from office. The 17th Congressional District includes parts of Rockland and Westchester counties, as well as Chappaqua, where the Clinton family home is located. Chelsea currently lives and votes in Manhattan, but in August Hillary and Bill Clinton purchased the home next to theirs in Chappaqua for $1.6million intended for Chelsea, her husband, Marc Mezvinsky, and their children. If she is to run for the Congress seat when Lowey retires, Chelsea could make the Chappaqua address her legal residence.

FILE - In this Nov. 4, 2016 file photo, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally in Hershey, Pa. Trump is scheduled to go on trial this month in a class-action lawsuit against him and his now-defunct Trump University, potentially taking the witness stand weeks before his inauguration as president of the United States. U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel, the Indiana-born jurist who was accused of bias by Trump during the campaign for his Mexican heritage, will hold a hearing Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016, on jury instructions and what evidence to allow at trial. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci, File)

Donald Trump's attorneys has agreed to enter settlement talks in a class-action fraud lawsuit in San Diego, CA, involving the president-elect and his now-defunct Trump University

President-elect Donald Trump speaks during his meeting with President Barack Obama in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

Trump vowed during his campaign to withdraw U.S. tax dollars from U.N. global warming programs designed to help vulnerable countries shift to cleaner energy and adapt to rising seas.

Grubhub CEO Matt Maloney has faced backlash since he sent an email to his 1,000 employees on Wednesday in response to past controversial statements made by Trump.

John Oliver was one of many comedians who performed at Wednesday night's Natural Resources Defense Council charity dinner in New York City.

'Can we stay in here for the next four years?' The hilarious reactions of Big Brother contestants who are the last six people in the US to find out Donald Trump has been elected president 

They are the first cast of Big Brother to be locked inside the TV during a US election - and the last to find out that Donald Trump trumped Hillary Clinton. While the results were officially announced early Wednesday, the Big Brother contestants were only told on Thursday night. Asked to predict who they thought had won by Big Brother, five out of six went for the Democratic candidate. However, as host Julie Chen told the group about Trump's shocking victory, silence and shock fell over the house. 'What the f--k happened while we were in here?' said Shelby (bottom left), who was initially convinced that it was a prank by Big Brother. Jason (bottom right) then asks: 'Gay people, where were you? Minorities, where were you?' He then added: 'Can we just stay in here for the next four years?'

Andrew Anglin, the publisher of neo-Nazi website The Dark Stormer, told followers to drive Clinton voters to suicide by trolling them online in a fear-mongering post written on Wednesday.

The Facebook co-founder spoke at an on-stage chat at a Techonomy technology trends conference in California yesterday, where he dismissed the claims.

Barack Obama lays wreath at Tomb of the Unknowns in final Veterans Day as president

On a crisp fall morning, the president laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknowns on Friday and bowed his head in silent tribute before a bugler played taps. He also planned to make remarks at an annual observance honoring those who have served in the military. Earlier in the day, the president held a breakfast reception with veterans and their families in the State Dining Room.

The Cavaliers made the most of their visit to see President Barack Obama and the First Lady on Thursday, filming two separate challenges in which all involved hold a pose as if frozen in time.

The Ku Klux Klan have revealed plans on its website to stage a victory parade in North Carolina in December to celebrate Donald Trump's shock presidential success.

Latino students were said to be in tears as kids at Royal Oak Middle School began echoing Donald Trump's rallying cries to build a wall on Wednesday - just one day after the Republican won.

Illegals say they've given up trying to cross since Donald Trump won the election

Immigrants trying to smuggle themselves across the southern border illegally say they are abandoning their attempts because of Trump's get-tough stance on deportations. Young Hispanic would-be illegals waiting at Tijuana said they would give up because they feared that being caught would affect their families north of the border - suggesting that they too were living in the U.S. illegally. Trump made building a 'big, beautiful wall' along the southern border one of the planks of his campaign, along with tough deportation policies. But illegals living her for years said they did not believe it would happen, with one saying: 'Who harvests the crops in the field? Who washes the dishes in the restaurants?'

Trump appears to have taken control back of his personal Twitter account days after being taunted by President Obama for not being responsible enough to tweet and for scuppering his campaign.

The awkward first photo released of President Barack Obama's meeting with Donald Trump has led many on the internet to mock the two men, and how uncomfortably they looked around one another.

Barack Obama photographer Pete Souza's favorite images

A series of stunning images show Barack Obama's time as the current and 44th President of the United States. The photographs, the majority of which were taken by Chief Official White House photographer Pete Souza, show the president in lighthearted as well as serious moments. Obama can be seen having fun with children, meeting with former US presidents and even sitting in the situation room for the May 2011 mission against Osama Bin Laden. Souza's 'Year in Photos' albums on the White House Flickr account covering Obama go back to 2009. It's believed the photographer has snapped approximately 2million photographs of the president.

Kyle Ludowitz, 27, was hospitalized with a fractured cheekbone and abrasions when he was brutally attacked by four people at an anti-Trump protest in Oakland, California on Wednesday.

After his inauguration as the 45th President in January Donald Trump will have to give up his own plane, with its luxury fittings (pictured), and fly around the country and beyond on Air Force One.

Two days following Donald Trump's stunning election victory, a petition for a ballot initiative in Oregon has been filed to have the state secede from the United States.

Shacara McLaurin arrested at Trump Tower protest for pushing man to the ground in fight

Shacara McLaurin, 23, joined angry protesters outside the President-elect's New York City home (inset) in the second night of uproar since his election win. She was arrested (right) at 10.45pm for shoving the man, 74, to the ground, causing him to hit the back of his head on the sidewalk. McLaurin, who previously made headlines for being the victim of a brutal beating, is the face of Stomp Out Bullying (left) and is a singer. She faces one charge of felony assault and one misdemeanor.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his allies hope to benefit from Donald Trump's election win, believing it has saved them from the risks of an interventionist Clinton administration.

Mariam Nomair, 16, says she was attacked twice the day after Donald Trump was elected president - including once on the campus of her high school in Los Angeles.

Donald Trump and Mike Pence have vowed sweeping changes that would make it hard for women to get abortions and contraception. Now searches for IUD coils are at an all-time high.

A bald eagle had to be rescued by fire crews after getting caught in a drain for 90 minutes. Witnesses in Orange County, Florida said they saw two eagles fighting in the sky before they both lost control.

The incredible moment a brave mother shields her two-year-old son while two dogs attack them as they try to get into their home 

The attack occurred in Anaheim, California, on Tuesday. It started when the boy was set upon by the two dogs in the front yard of his home, before his mom came to his rescue. As the woman tried to get her son inside, she couldn't find her keys, and the dogs continue to maul the two. Surveillance footage shows the woman shielding her son with her body while trying to fight off the animals (main). Finally a neighbor who heard her screams came and grabbed the dogs. The little boy suffered extensive injuries and was rushed to hospital, where he underwent plastic surgery for a laceration to his face (inset).

Dr. Randall Wade, 65, is accused of prescribing highly addictive painkillers to patients who didn't need them. He has been linked to the deaths of eight patients, prosecutors and the DEA said.

Michael Burris, 31, died of blunt force injuries to his head and body in the accident at the Plastic Recycling Inc. facility in Indianapolis.

Keith Papini, the husband of missing California woman Sherri Papini has been ruled out as a suspect in her disappearance after he passed a polygraph exam, authorities said.

The disgraced comedian believes he will be 'cleared from all liability and charges' and says there's 'no reason' not to continue his career once his court appearances finish.

Shameless' Steve Howey 'berated Muslim nanny while wife forced her to look at penis pics'

TMZ reports that Sarah Alaseri is suing Steve Howey and Sarah Shahi for back wages, harassment and wrongful termination, claiming that she was forced to quit after three years working for the family due to the constant abuse. Alaseri, who is Muslim, claims that Howey would chide and berate her when she practiced Islamic customs in his presence. She also alleges that this verbal abuse got so bad that she no longer did her daily prayers inside the home. Shahi, who was born Aahoo Jahansouz Shahi, is also Muslim, and her father was born in Iran while her maternal grandfather is Persian.

Two cops who rescued Kala Brown tearfully recall how she thanked them

Two detectives who rescued a woman after she was chained inside a metal container for two months by a suspected serial killer recounted the shocking discovery. Detective Charlynn Ezell, who found Kala Brown on a 95-acre property in Woodruff, South Carolina, told ABC : 'She just looked at me and said thank you so much for finding me.' Detective Bradley Whitfield broke down and added: 'I think we all saw a lot of things that day that are going to stay with us.' Todd Kohlhepp, a registered sex offender who has confessed to killing seven people, has been charged with kidnapping Brown, who was 'chained inside the container like a dog' by neck.

Four children have been killed and several adults have been seriously injured in a crash involving a car and a tractor-trailer on Interstate 95 near near Yemassee in South Carolina.

NEW Some veterans are fighting for the Department of Veterans Affairs to recognize their disease as service-related so they can receive benefits, but most claims are denied.

The task force is in response to complaints from students, who called for action after a sexist party invitation surfaced earlier this school year in Philadelphia.

Joan Rivers had to woo daughter back after Melissa blamed her for her father's suicide

Joan Rivers would do anything for her daughter Melissa, and even manipulated her into the celebrity sphere after the death of her husband, Edgar Rosenberg, who committed suicide in 1987. Melissa, who was a teen at the time, blamed Joan for Edgar's death. She all but cut her mother from her life. Joan clawed her way back with stunning resilience and by 1994 was in the position to woo her daughter with a plum role. She was to play herself in the television movie, Tears and Laughter: The Joan and Melissa Rivers Story. And throughout the entertainment industry, it was known that Joan would 'pull every possible string' to get Melissa shoehorned into a deal. It certainly seems, though, Melissa has inherited Joan's ruthless momentum. Within eight months of her mother's death, she had a book out, The Book of Joan: Tales of Mirth, Mischief and Manipulation.

The ban on the 500 and 1,000 rupee notes meant that they would no longer be legal tender in a blitz against tax evasion and corruption which left Indians scrambling for the banks.

The attacks in Russia saw 660,000 requests made every single second targeting devices varying from CCTV in offices to home digital cameras in countries such as India and Israel.

Monsters of Mosul: Gruesome moment 'Iraqi forces' throw ISIS suspect under a tank to be

Curled up in the corner with hands bound and eyes blindfolded, captured ISIS suspects cower in fear. The men were seized by Iraqi forces who found them hiding in a kitchen as they swept through the Arbagiah neighbourhood of Mosul on Friday. They must been screened before release as the advancing Iraqi troops take no chances, determined to prevent any terrorists from escaping their clutches. The men were captured by a soldier from the Iraqi Special Forces 2nd division as the crack troops swept through houses in the last remaining ISIS stronghold in Iraq.

Aid workers distributed the last available supplies on Thursday as the quarter of a million people living in rebel-held areas of the Syrian city entered what is expected to be a cruel winter, the U.N. said.

A poster found near Mosul, Iraq, appears to show extremists are ordering men to wear longer underwear coming down to the knees - and seem to have outlawed shorter boxers and Y-Fronts.

The Isis supporter, 19, had marked down the number of tourist buses at several places near Brandenburg Gate in Berlin to maximise death and injury to innocents, said prosecutors (file photo).

©Odd Andersen (AFP)

Iraqi Kurdish fighters are building a berm in the desert near Mosul that could demarcate a boundary of the state they hope to establish after the Islamic State group is defeated.

Val Kilmer struggles to speak at screening ten days after he denied having throat cancer when his friend Michael Douglas said things 'don't look too good for him'

Val Kilmer was struggling to speak on Thursday as he made his first public appearance since once again denying that he has throat cancer. The 56-year-old appeared at a screening of the film version of his play Citizen Twain in Los Angeles, where he told the crowd why he had to cancel his tour for the one-man show. 'I went into rehearsals down in Florida and started having trouble with my speech,' he said. 'Obviously I'm still recovering. My tongue swelled up and I canceled the tour. As I'm recovering I'm showing this.'

Researchers at King's College London analyzed 2,000 adults who have been part of a clinical trial since they were children in the 1960s. They found a direct link between bullying and obesity.

Researchers at University College London found going to bed at different times had more of an effect on children's weight than the amount of television they watched or the sports they played.

A for effort! Adorable youngsters try hard to stand still during a mannequin challenge... but fail hilariously 

As the latest viral craze known as the mannequin challenge continues sweeping the web, this attempt made by children believed to be in the U.S. might be the most adorable yet. A group of four-year-old students held still, or at least tried to, while they were filmed taking part in the challenge. While the phenomenon consists of participants freezing in place while holding dramatic poses as if someone hit a pause button, these kids nearly got the idea. However, they hilariously struggled to not blink or move but seemed to master looking shocked while standing in their classroom in their school uniforms.

More than a dozen students have contracted mumps at the State University of New York. The outbreak, first reported last month, started on the school's swim team.

The feature, intended to help advertisers reach ethnic groups with relevant ads, came under fire from politicians and civil rights leaders for allowing advertisers to exclude users based on their race.

A team from Google's DeepMind, based in London, was able to train an AI to explore like a child, by 'playing' with virtual objects and exploring their properties.

Coronation Street and Hustle's Robert Vaughn, 83, dies surrounded by his family

Robert Vaughn passed away on Friday at the age of 83 following a brief battle with acute leukemia. The beloved American actor, whose career stretched across six decades, was best known for his role as Napoleon Solo on the classic NBC series The Man From U.N.C.L.E., which ran for over 100 episodes from 1964 to 1968. Vaughn was also a regular on the big screen, starting off his career with an unaccredited role in The Ten Commandments before going on to land sup[porting roles in films such as The Magnificent Seven and The Young Philadelphians, for which he received an Academy Award nomination back in 1960 for Best Supporting Actor. He is survived by his wife of 40 years Linda Staab and their two children, son Cassidy and daughter Caitlin.

Controversial gender-row runner Caster Semenya has given fans a unique glimpse into her life outside sport with intimate images and videos as she plans a 'white wedding' with her partner, Violet

A new study from Duke University used remote-sensing technology to map out changes in land usage that are gradually limiting the habitats of over 600 species of tropical bird.

Amanda Ray, 29, a mother-of-two from Florida, has been charged with grand theft auto, child neglect and drug possession following her arrest in Nocatee Tuesday night.

Blood tests for vitamin D levels - not advised unless a problem like bone loss is suspected - are soaring. There was an 83-fold increase from 2000 to 2010, to 8.7 million tests last year, at $40 apiece.

The food you should NEVER order at a restaurant, according to chefs

Restaurant chefs have revealed the dishes you should avoid ordering at certain eateries. They include, from left to right: Wagyu or kobe beef; oysters; anything with hollandaise sauce; seafood if you're not by the coast; beef well done; and any chicken dish. But do you agree?

Facebook has been flooded with 'memorial' accounts today as the social media site incorrectly notifies scores of users that they are dead - including Mark Zuckerberg.

Dalia Sabae, 28, filed an application for a protection from abuse court order in Pennsylvania last month, saying Michael Cwiklinski grabbed her by the neck and told her she and their unborn baby had to die.

The killer devices, known as Alpha and Flight, are designed for deployment on the Russian border, and can accurately detect and destroy both ground and aerial targets long before they reach Russian soil.

Prince Harry looks forward to showing off new girlfriend Meghan Markle to his family

Today Harry lead the nation in remembrance at the National Memorial Arboretum on Armistice Day but couldn't hide his glee as he laughed with schoolchildren who are happy he has found love (right). Harry, 32, and Meghan, 35, have been bunkered down in Kensington Palace this week but their cover was blown when the Suits star was seen leaving a nearby supermarket yesterday. The prince could now take the chance to show her off to his relatives this weekend because the royals, including the Queen, must all be in London in time for Remembrance Sunday. William hosted a black tie gala at Kensington Palace last night (pictured with Ellie Goulding) Prince Charles is flying back from Bahrain today and will be in London over the weekend with his wife Camilla. The couple could choose to appear in public together for the first time at this weekend's England rugby match, one of Harry's passions.

Gunman Omar Mateen killed 49 people at Pulse nightclub on June 12, and injured more than 60. In one, a deputy can be heard asking: 'What kind of f***ed up person would do this?'

Enrique Zamarripa's filed the federal lawsuit in the Northern District of Texas on Monday. His son Patrick Zamarripa was killed by a gunman who ambushed officers amid a Black Lives Matter protest on July 7.

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Adam Jay Eastman's Facebook post revealed he murdered his daughter before committing

An Amber Alert was issued for seven-year-old Nia Eastman (left) on Wednesday, when her dad Adam Jay Eastman (right) failed to drop her off at her mom's house. Twelve hours later, the alert was called out when father and daughter were found dead. Police found Eastman dead from a suicide in a rural area near Smeaton, Canada around 5:30am Thursday morning. They later found his daughter dead in a home near her school. Before Nia's kidnapping and murder , Eastman posted an ominous message on his Facebook reading: 'Leave me alone, I've had enough' (center). Eastman and Nia's mother separated about two months ago.

Dalia Sabae, 28, filed an application for a protection from abuse court order in Pennsylvania last month, saying Michael Cwiklinski grabbed her by the neck and told her she and their unborn baby had to die.

Very young babies whose neck muscles are not strong enough to stop their heads flopping forward could stop breathing if they are in a car seat, Bristol University researchers warn.

Christopher Bathum, 55, operates the Community Recovery of Los Angeles (CRLA) - which has 13 treatment centers in Los Angeles and Orange Counties as well as six in Colorado.

Leonard Cohen has passed away at the age of 82. The poet and author turned musician, born in Canada in 1932, 'passed away peacefully at home' in Los Angeles, California, his son Adam said..

A team at San Francisco's Gladstone Institute tested 5,500 different chemicals before identifying two that can turn scar tissue into healthy heart muscle.

Ramon Rivera, 39, of Massachusetts, has been charged with assault and battery on a child causing substantial bodily injury and child endangerment for allegedly failing to help his kids living in squalor.

Of the first lot of works sold at the Sotheby's three-part sale, a 1984 painting by Jean-Michel Basquiat called Air Power sold for an unprecedented £7.1 million after intense bidding.

One theory dating back to the Middle Ages suggests that Jesus studied in Glastonbury, while the Ahmadi Muslim faith believes he lived in India's Kashmir, and others say he died in Shingo, Japan.

The poll among 224 venture capitalists attending the Web summit in Lisbon found 53 percent believed AI would destroy millions of jobs and 93 percent saw governments as unprepared for this.

The mysterious skeleton was found just outside a church of the Ostrów Lednicki stronghold in Poland in 1977, but details of the woman have now been released in a new book.

A worker at MIT has been accused of trying to break into a couple's home while impersonating an FBI agent, prosecutors said during his arraignment on Thursday.

Professor Richard Williams, Principal and Vice Chancellor of Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, explains the root of the problem of exploding devices.

A security official inspects the site of a bomb attack targeting the German consulate in Mazar-i-Sharif, Afghanistan, on November 11, 2016 ©Farshad Usyan (AFP)

The deadly attack in the city of Mazar-i-Sharif, north-west of the Afghan capital Kabul, was claimed by the terror group who say it was in revenge for U.S. air strikes that killed 32 civilians in Kunduz.

David Mayman, a former commercial pilot from Australia, worked with a team of engineers to build the one-person vertical take-off device. The jetpack is expected to begin shipping in April 2017.

Jaw-dropping eyebrow fails that will leave you cringing 

Everyone wants their brows to make a statement but some people have are guilty of getting a little too enthusiastic with their tweezing. Hilarious eyebrow fails sweeping the web include (clockwise from top left) a teen who shaved tracks through his brows for the school photo; a serious case of over-plucking, ultra fine lines, tattooed on flowers, alarming arches and an almost monobrow.

The family members of James Dasbach, who was accused of fondling three women,filed a $7million lawsuit claiming they had not been notified for six weeks after his dead body was found in NYC.

Researchers led by Dr Ricardo Schiavon, from Liverpool John Moores University, has made a discovery that sheds new light on how galaxies and stars within them form.

In this Oct. 6, 2016 photo, Lucas, Lauren, Lindsey, Leith and Logan Curtis, left to right, pose in the lobby of a McDonald's in Potterville, Mich. The 18-year-old non-identical quintuplets all work at the Lansing-area restaurant. (AP Photo/Mike Householder)

Quintuplets Lucas, Lauren, Lindsey, Leith and Logan Curtis all work in the same Michigan McDonald's after the restaurant boss asked one if they knew anyone who needed a job.

Traumatic situations cause the section of their brain responsible for feelings and actions - known as the insula - to shrink, researchers from Stanford University found.

This wild bear had been hunting for food on Wrangel Island in Northern Russia when a metal can left by a group of workers tasked with clearing rubbish got stuck painfully in its mouth.

FILE- In this Friday, April 8, 2011 file photo, Canadian tourist David Froud, left, and his Iranian wife Mahnaz sightsee the Jomeh mosque, which is now a historical monument, in the city of Isfahan, some 234 miles (390 kilometer) south of the capital Tehran, Iran. A U.S. luxury tour company is offering a new destination that¿s sure to raise eyebrows: Iran. Those at Abercrombie & Kent say the tour is perfectly timed as Iran is opening up after the nuclear deal with world powers. However, the U.S. State Department has issued strong warnings about Americans traveling to the Islamic Republic as hard-liners have been arresting people with connections to the West.(AP Photo/Vahid Salemi, File)

One luxury tour company in the U.S. is promoting a new trip to the country for those willing to take the risk, saying it's the first opportunity to see an Iran opening up to the West after the nuclear deal.

At the age of just three, Ash, now eight, from England, who was born a boy, was sobbing to her mother Terri over her desire to be a girl and now faces uncertainty as she decides her future.

Heartwarming moment injured U.S. war veteran falls to his knees as his daughter surprises him with a service dog during New York Knicks game

U.S. war veteran Luciano Yulfo was left with a big grin and few wet kisses on his face after being surprised with a service dog during a New York Knicks game this week. Yulfo is a retired sergeant first class of the US Army who served for 36 years and was severely injured while in Afghanistan. He has been waiting 18 months for a service dog and finally received one on Wednesday night, thanks to his daughter and the Knicks' Hoops for Troops program. The heartwarming moment was captured on video and showed Yulfo dropping to his knees as he was met with his new service dog, Murphy. The two seemed to become fast friends as they showered each other in hugs and kisses.

Experts say the alternatives - Soyuz capsules and even SpaceX and Boeing's capsules, would simply be too challenging for sick spacemen.

The object was spotted in 2012 by UFO Sightings Daily, reported as a 'doorway'. But a new video from US alien-hunter Tyler Glockner, it is claimed to be a huge monolith.

Firefighters battled to get the blaze under control in Blagoveshchensk, Russia. Footage shows bystanders fleeing as fireworks shot out of the warehouse. It is not clear what caused the explosion.

The man and the snake now spend every day together watching TV (top left), sharing picnics by the lake (bottom left), playing board games (bottom right) and going to the gym as a couple (top right).

Designed by a New York-based startup, the new street lights on Las Vegas' Boulder Plaza are powered by the energy collected by pedestrians' footsteps during the day.

Sir David Tang is the glorious exception to the curse of social anxiety that tends to bedevil even the most confident. His Chinese name, Tang Wing-Cheung, means, he tells us, 'forever brilliant'.

Somerset-based psychotherapist Karen Meager says punishing yourself for bad habits such as smoking will only make you feel worse, which will lead to more addictive behaviour.

Meet Bear-yoncé! Dancing bear twerks it out in hilarious trailer for hit BBC series Planet Earth II

The footage, which appears in the next episode, was shot with camera traps in the Canadian Rockies and shows adult bears rubbing their backs and heads against the bark (pictured). Wildlife experts believe bears rub up against trees in this way for a number of reasons.

Theo Bronkhorst's (pictured, left) lawyers said their client's hunt 'did not constitute an offence' when Walter Palmer killed Cecil the Lion (pictured, right) in Western Zimbabwe.

The barrel-shaped object crashed onto property owned by a jade mining company in Kachin State's Hpakant township. Another smaller piece of metal tore through the roof of a house in a nearby village.

The man, named only as Alejandro, was filmed climbing up the fire station in Madrid at an incredible speed, pulling himself up from floor to floor. His colleague lost the race by several seconds.

Researchers led by Dr Ricardo Schiavon, from Liverpool John Moores University, has made a discovery that sheds new light on how galaxies and stars within them form.

Pregnant heroin addict collapses in harrowing footage after admitting: 'I would rather feed my drug habit than my unborn child'

Niki, 25, a former grade A college student discovered heroin seven years ago and become hooked. She has been selling her body for sex for three years to fund her and her boyfriend's habit. Appearing on Dr Phil, Niki is seen shooting up drugs while pregnant and nearly overdosing while her boyfriend cradles her unconscious body. She contacts her clients every day to make money all of which goes back on drugs.

Climate scientists say La Niña is here, as below average surface temperatures were measured in the Pacific Ocean last month and have stretched into the first few weeks of November.

Police Officers present a flag to Lisa Tuozzolo, center, after a funeral service for her husband Sergeant Paul J. Tuozzolo outside St. Rose of Lima church Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016, in Massapequa, N.Y.  Tuozzolo was killed Friday in a gun fight in the Bronx. A second sergeant was wounded, and the gunman was killed.
(AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)

Officers stood shoulder-to-shoulder for nearly a mile as a hearse carrying the body Sgt. Paul Tuozzolo arrived for his funeral in Massapequa in Long Island on Thursday.

After managing her first word at seven weeks - while most children start chattering at nine months - Evelyn Matthews, from Newport, south Wales, rolled over when she was just three months old.

Robert James Burnette, 19, of Wentzville, is charged with abuse or neglect of a child causing serious emotional or physical injury - a felony punishable by up to 15 years in jail.

SPENCER MORGAN IN NEW YORK: The tension between Conor McGregor and Eddie Alvarez boiled over as the Irishman attempted to throw a chair at him during Thursday's press conference.

The mother of 19-year-old Franziska has received a final demand to pay up after her daughter tragically died in an unexplained car crash in North Rhine-Westphalia just three months ago.

How Kim Jong Un destroyed model village masterminded by his uncle he had executed 

Kim Jong Un (bottom right) first ordered the closure of the Pyongyang Folklore Park (top right), which features miniature versions of the North Korean capital's buildings, in June this year. Now structures inside the park - once proudly exhibited to the world - have been smashed up (left). The centre piece of the park was a miniature replica of the Juche Tower, a monument representing self-independence topped with the torch of revolution.

Shocking dashcam footage captures motorist being shot in the leg after he tries to flee during traffic stop

Edmond Brown, 38, had been pulled over for having a visible handicap placard, but took off during the traffic stop, dragging an officer alongside the car in Haddon Township, New Jersey. After hitting a parked car he emerged with his hands in the air (left), but then tried to run from the officer. The officer shot Brown in the leg and then put his gun away (center). The two struggled and Brown was finally arrested (right). An investigation is now underway to determine whether the shot was accidental or excessive.

Mary S. Lovell's book is a portrait of high society in the twentieth century, told through the stories of the guests of Maxine Elliott and Prince Aly Khan at the Chateau de l'Horizon in Cannes.

Sage Kelly, 44, a former $7million-a-year Jeffries & Co banker, was publicly shamed by his PR director ex-wife Christina Di Mauro in a divorce affidavit which laid their his depraved lifestyle in 2014.

TV reporter Yvonne Eisenring was 27 when she decided to pack up her life in Zurich and spend a year meeting men on a journey that took her to New York, Cuba, Rome, Tel Aviv and more.

Researchers at Humboldt University of Berlin identified neurons in rats' brains linked to ticklishness and laughter. By stimulating these regions they were able to make them 'laugh'.

The frightening moment a shootout involving five men at a Detroit apartment complex was caught on surveillance cameras, as residents now fear for their safety.

Scientists have analysed the contents of a bottle believed to contain the world's oldest beer. The bottle was salvaged from the Historic Shipwreck Sydney Cove, grounded in 1797 off of Tasmania.

Pictures of PERFECTLY organised wardrobes that will put your cluttered closets to shame

Using hashtags like #WardrobePorn, bloggers have shown off their sparkling closets complete with colour-coded clothing racks, colour-coded shoes, drawers for jewellery and perfectly spaced hangers. Other snaps show islands topped with flowers and jewellery boxes, chic couches to sit on while getting ready and stacked labelled boxes filled with heels.

The proud owner of an eight-week-old Siberian Husky named Remmington (Remmy for short), has posted a video online, showing how the pup is already trained.

Two dinosaurs were dug up with a pair of lizard-like relatives in Rio Grande do Su, Brazil. Their discovery shows dinosaurs' rise was much slower than their fall.

Tricky puzzle features 15 hidden peppers that are VERY difficult to spot 

The puzzle features US rockers Red Hot Chili Peppers performing - with a selection of real chillies secretly sprinkled throughout the scene. Apart from the four Red Hot Chili Peppers singers themselves, there are 15 others - including green, red, Bird's Eye, Chipotle, Scotch Bonnet and Capsicum varieties - hiding here.

Using flattering make up, hair styling and a range of props, photographer Chrissy Sparks can turn any woman into the next Betty Grable or Dita Von Teese inside her studio in Birmingham.

An alleged rapist attacked a woman in her Bangkok apartment before hiding in the ceiling to avoid capture. Police had to poke the tiles with a stick before he fell through a loose square.

During its financial year, which ended in September, Euro Disney's turnover fell 6.91 per cent to 1.27billion euros following a 10 per cent drop in visitor numbers, a statement said.

Why you should NEVER try to cut your own hair: Woman's attempt at a chic DIY fringe goes horribly wrong

A Chinese woman who attempted to give herself a fringe with a DIY haircut has learnt the hard way that some things should be left to the professionals. Yang Bin uploaded a video of herself trying to cut her own hair, following instructions from beauty bloggers who have successfully done the hair 'hack'. But it ended in disaster when she ended up with a very short and very uneven fringe.

While suffering from the common condition also leaves adults at higher risk of the organ failing, causing waste products to build up in the body, University of Tennessee researchers found.

The moment cops jump into canal to save a man who fled traffic stop after Walgreens theft and then bring him back to life by resuscitating him 

Jeral Bornstein, 40, was spotted driving a blue Jeep that had been linked to a retail theft at a Walgreens in Port Richey, Florida, when he gave chase, eventually ending up in a canal. He swam for a distance before disappearing under the water, and two officers jumped in to save him (left). On the shore they determined Bornstein did not have a pulse, and started to administer CPR (right). They were just about to use a defibrillator when he started to breathe. Bornstein later told police he fled because he didn't have a license.

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Slime molds are a natural marvel; as just a collection of single-celled organisms, they're no more than gelatinous blobs with no neurons and no brain. But somehow, these colonies are able to make complex decisions in order to survive, allowing them to determine which direction will take them to the best food source. In stunning time-lapse footage, researchers have revealed how these remarkable clusters creep toward sustenance, sending tiny 'fingers' out from the main body to explore their surroundings.

Remarkable pictures show animal carers at the Qingdao Forest Wild Animal World, China, conducting the physical check for the snake, which weighed 92 pounds.

A sozzled shoplifter has become a social media laughing stock after her botched bid to sneak a bottle of vodka into her hoodie was caught on CCTV in Russia.

The clip shows three-year-old Max hugging and nuzzling Piper, two, at their home in Mission in British Columbia, Canada. Max has his arm around Piper and starts licking his neck and face.

An adorable foster kitten who loves to be scratched on his belly was caught on video fully enjoying the relaxing moment, as the footage is sure to melt the hearts of animal lovers.

Miss Transgender Indonesia risk their lives in increasingly hardline country

The glamorous contestants of Miss Transgender Indonesia are risking their lives by even taking part. In a bid to protect them from unwanted attention from Muslim hardliners, it was held in a theatre in Jakarta, almost entirely in secret. Proud relatives were told not to post any photos on social media and just a handful of media outlets were invited.

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I'm flying without wings! Majestic moment white Lipizzaner horse glides through the air during show rehearsal

The beautiful horses, which are part of the celebrated Spanish Riding School of Vienna, were demonstrating their grace and athleticism during a dress rehearsal at Wembley Arena yesterday. The famed equestrian academy, which is celebrating its 450th anniversary, is stunning audiences with their complex dressage routines as they tour Britain. The magnificent white Lipizzaners being put through its paces in a move known as the capriole (pictured left), which it requires the animal to jump into the air and kick out with its hind legs before landing.

Joe and Leela Krummel invited 30 family members and friends over to their Minnesota home for a gender reveal party. But they didn't get blue or pink balloons from their box - they got a rainbow!