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Kamiyah Mobley is found alive in South Carolina 18 years after kidnapping

Kamiyah Mobley, now 18, (main and right) was found alive and well in South Carolina on Friday being raised as Alexis Manigo by the woman who allegedly kidnapped her from a Florida hospital when she was a baby. The 51-year-old woman she thought was her mother, Gloria Williams, (bottom right and main) has been arrested and charged with kidnapping. The teenager took to Facebook to defend Williams on Friday as news of Williams' arrest spread. 'My mother raised me with everything I needed and most of all everything I wanted,' she wrote. The mystery of Kamiyah Mobley became a national sensation when she was taken from her mother Shanara Mobley's (left) arms at the University Medical Center in Jacksonville in July 1998.

Alexandria Vera a Houston teacher is sentenced after admitting to having sex with student

Alexandria Vera (pictured right in court and left in a selfie) pleaded guilty to aggravated sexual assault of a child in November and received the sentence Friday. The former Aldine teacher, who has a six-year-old daughter, had admitted to having a sexual relationship with one of her eight grade students. Vera claimed the boy's parents accepted the relationship. Prosecutors said she had sex with him at least twice between September 30, 2015 and January 20, 2016. Vera got pregnant with their child in January. She had an abortion when investigators started looking into the case, court records state. Prosecutors said in court Vera had acted deceptively and had the boy and his father stay at her home while pretending to date the father. Her defense attorney meanwhile called as a witness a therapist, who said Vera had grown up witnessing domestic violence and had a strong need for love, as well as a 'big heart'.

A film that had audiences squirming in their seats - and in some cases rushing to hospital - has debuted its first trailer. Horror film Raw charts a young student's descent into cannibalism.

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Advocacy group, Young Invincibles, analyzed Federal Reserve data that suggests millennials have lower household income, lower home ownership rate and half the net worth of baby boomers.

The alleged mastermind of the Kim Kardashian Paris robbery has been charged, according to a French prosecutor.

John Lewis, a veteran Democratic congressman from Georgia, tells Meet the Press that Donald Trump is not a 'legitimate president' and that he is boycotting the inauguration next week.

Lord Snowdon, Princess Margaret’s former husband, dies aged 86

Society photographer Lord Snowdon, the former husband of Princess Margaret, has died at the age of 86. Born Antony Armstrong-Jones, he photographed some of the most famous faces of the 20th century, from Diana, Princess of Wales to Jack Nicholson and Elizabeth Taylor, in a career that lasted more than six decades. But he will be remembered as the man who married into the royal family, wedding the Queen's sister Princess Margaret in 1960 - a union that ended in divorce 18 years later. A celebrity photographer who rode a motorbike, had divorced parents and was born without a title, Lord Snowdon was dubbed the 'first royal rebel' for his dislike of convention. The first real commoner to wed a king's daughter for 450 years, he is pictured right with Princess Margaret after their engagement in 1960, left on their wedding day, inset left in 1966 on a Royal engagement and inset right last October.

The judge in the case today said enough is enough and threw out all motions which had brought the divorce to a halt and Depp must pay her the $6.9 million settlement.

President-elect Donald Trump met with comedian and host Steve Harvey to speak about rebuilding inner cities - a constant and controversial fixture of the final weeks of Trump's presidential campaign.

Jenna Bush Hager shares rare images of a young Sasha and Malia Obama

Jenna and Barbara Bush penned a letter to Sasha and Malia Obama as they exit the White House. In the touching note, they referenced meeting the sister for the first time and showing them around their new Washington, D.C. home. Now Jenna has shared rare photos of her first meeting with the then-seven and ten-year old First Daughters. The sweet pictures show the younger girls sliding down a banister, Sasha smiling wide in the private theater, and Malia staring in awe at a bedroom.

An Oklahoma man is forced to pay child support for another man's child because he ordered a paternity test too late. Thomas asked for a DNA test when the child turned three.

Federal prosecutors won't charge deputy Ben Fields who was recorded tossing a student out of a desk at a South Carolina high school after she refused to give up her cellphone in October of 2015.

The public are encouraged to believe that their own diets are in some way lacking in protein, and that they need to focus on their protein intake to make up for some sort of deficit, a dietitian warns.

FILE - In this Sept. 21, 2016, file photo, Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson speaks during a news conference in Chicago. The Department of Justice is poised to release its report detailing the extent of civil rights violations committed by the Chicago Police Department. The next stage after the Friday Jan. 13, 2017 release will be negotiations between the DOJ and the city. (AP Photo/Tae-Gyun Kim, File)

Institutional problems in the Chicago Police Department has led to serious civil rights violations for years, including racial bias and use of excessive force, the report says.

Meet the espionage firm which ordered Trump 'dirty dossier'

Fusion GPS of Washington is run by three ex-Wall Street Journal reporters. It commissioned the company run by ex-spies to write the dirty dossier. The report included the discredited claim that Donald Trump ordered prostitutes to commit degrading sex acts. The firm is run by Glenn Simpson (left), Peter Fritsch (center) and Thomas Catan (right). It is unclear how they came to commission British ex-spy Christopher Steele. As well as commissioning the discredited filth file, the firm - sources say - tried to push it to reporters in Washington over the summer. Trump has described it as 'totally made up facts by sleazebag political operatives'. The firm declined to comment.

Nicole Bryl, who did Melania's makeup over the course of the campaign as well as Ivanka's, said in an interview with Stylish that a 'glam room' has been planned for the White House.

President-elect Donald Trump has told his cabinet picks to 'be yourself' and not to worry if they diverge from some of the controversial policies he has promoted online and on the campaign trail.

Trump has said there's no truth to the contents of the discredited dossier, which contained unverified information about Trump participating in alleged sex acts, that was published earlier this week.

'It will be a test, I think, for him and the people he's designated to be able to execute on his vision,' Obama said of his successor in a 60 Minutes preview that aired Friday.

The president's spokesman refused to speak ill of Sunny Obama, the first family's youngest Portuguese water dog. He said Bo and Sunny 'have represented themselves and our country quite well.'

The U.S. House of Representatives on Friday cleared the way for quick confirmation of James Mattis to serve as President-elect Donald Trump's secretary of defense.

Maj. Gen. Errol R. Schwartz, the U.S. Army general who heads the District of Columbia National Guard, will be out of a job immediately after President-elect Donald Trump takes office.

Trump's Cadillac One will make its public debut on Inauguration Day

President-elect Donald Trump 's Cadillac One limousine is set to make its debut on Inauguration Day. The new model's features bulletproof and sealed off to withstand chemical and biological attacks, which means only the driver will be able to roll down the window to pay tolls (pictured President Obama's current Cadillac One).

Though she will not attend Trump's inauguration, Jackie Evancho's transgender sister Juliet, 18,  says it's an 'honor' for the America's Got Talent singer to perform.

President-elect Donald Trump said Hillary Clinton's camp shouldn't be 'complaining' about the FBI because she is 'guilty as hell' -  as an auditor begins an inquiry into FBI Director James Comey.

Preparations already underway to line up a phone call between President-elect Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin after Trump is sworn in, Trump's transition said.

Virginia-based Don's Johns calls itself the Washington area's top provider of portable toilet rentals. But the name apparently strikes too close to home for inaugural organizers.

The White House said that the Obamas donated the set to a shelter in southeast Washington after President-elect Donald Trump declined their offer to leave it in place for his young son.

Trump's inaugural performers announced

The Presidential Inaugural Committee has announced artists are confirmed to perform during the inaugural celebrations, including Lee Greenwood (pictured top right), Toby Keith (pictured top left), and 3 Doors Down (lead singer pictured bottom left). This comes after Paul Anka (bottom right) has said that he is not going to perform during the inaugural ceremonies for President-elect Donald Trump. Two inaugural celebrations will be held free to the public on Thursday, January 19 at the Lincoln memorial.

Snowden (pictured) asked Obama to grant Manning clemency in a tweet Wednesday, writing: 'You alone can save her life.' Manning is serving 35 years and has attempted suicide twice behind bars.

District of Columbia officials have obtained rare photo negatives from the 1909 inauguration of President William Howard Taft. They may be the first photos of their kind viewed in a century.

Obama's final week in the White House will see him honor the Chicago Cubs for their World Series win, deliver his final presser and make a speech to members of his staff before his final flight on AF1.

The Cuban government hailed President Obama's decision ending automatic legal residency for any Cuban who touches U.S. soil, while ordinary citizens mourned the end of a pathway to a new life.

Uma Thurman arrives in court clad entirely in black for start of trial in custody fight

Uma Thurman (left) arrived in Manhattan Supreme Court on Friday morning for the start of her custody battle with ex Arpad Busson (right) over their daughter Altalune 'Luna' Florence (inset). The Oscar-nominated actress was dressed in black from head-to-toe for the solemn occasion, while her billionaire ex was seen entering the courthouse in a perfectly tailored navy-blue suit while carrying a copy of the Financial Times. The couple are fighting over visitation rights, with Busson requesting more time with his 4-year-old daughter and the ability to travel with the girl, as he lives in Europe. Thurman meanwhile is challenging Busson's request, alleging, among other things, that he often cancels his scheduled visits with young Luna.

Weeks after the tragic death of actress Carrie Fisher (pictured), Disney executives are said to be scrambling to ensure the legal rights that will allow them to bring back her beloved character.

Researchers at the University of Oxford have calculated the 'sweet spot' at which point young people get the most out of online activity: 257 minutes.

Emma Koskoff (pictured) said an employee thought she was referring to an improvised explosive device instead of an intrauterine device last month while traveling from New York to LA.

Not all life skills take a lifetime to master. From changing a car tyre to cooking a perfect egg or tying a secure knot, there are useful traits that can be picked up in a matter of moments.

Has British beauty who fled ISIS leader husband for Texas REALLY cut all ties

Tania Choudhury married ISIS extremist John Georgelas in Rochdale, in 2004. But after a decade of following him, as his jihad took him to Egypt, Turkey and Syria, she turned her back on her husband and extreme Islam - and embraced a new Western life. It is believed that Choudhury could no longer take Georgelas' fierce dedication to Islam and she posted on her Facebook page: 'I'm still so in-love with Ioannis..... Nonetheless I'm tired of being pushed over the edge by him.' However, ISIS expert Graeme Wood is less than convinced that she was simply caught up in her husband's extreme views. He said: 'Tania was no victim: she signed up for jihad.'

Anatomy expert Mike Aunger is part of a campaign about how to properly train, fuel and use our muscles. Here he explains what muscles we use during day-to-day activities - including sex.

Prospective US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was told to watch his mouth by
Chinese government mouthpieces after he told senators he would deny Beijing access to islands in the South China Sea.

The new revelation comes from American former CIA agent Robert Marrow who described the meeting between Malachi Martin (pictured) and the child as the most disturbing thing he'd ever seen in his life.

The six children who died in a Baltimore house fire on Thursday have been pictured for the first time - along with their heroic eight-year-old sister who managed to rescue two of her younger siblings.

What a mess! Backyard of Mario Lopez's hillside mansion collapses onto street below after

Mario Lopez was busy Friday assessing damage to his multi-million dollar mansion after the backyard collapsed onto the street below overnight. The host of TV's Extra shared snaps and a video showing the gaping hole that has opened up after the hillside slipped following a torrential rainstorm. 'So, this is my yard today after City Public Works worked all night. Street below me is completely blocked,' he posted on his Instagram and adding the hashtag: 'CasaLopezIsWounded.'

Researchers say the 'big chill' had far more catastrophic effects that first though, causing temperatures to plunge for three years even mixing oceans and killing off sea life.

The University of Pisa found megalodon went was a picky eater - which led to its extinction. Fossils show the ancient shark was unable to adapt once its food supply was killed off by climate change.

Ice storm brings the southern Plains to a standstill: Thousands left without power and

A thick glaze of ice covered roads from Oklahoma to southern Illinois on Friday amid a winter storm that caused numerous wrecks, forced school cancellations, grounded flights and prompted dire warnings for people to stay home. Winter storms are typically associated with heavy snowfall, but the one hammering the southern Plains and Midwest dumped freezing rain, a condition even harder for road crews to treat.

Christini unveiled its most extreme bike yet - a mash up between a snow mobile and motorcycle. Called II-Track Snow Bike, the bike is equip with a front ski and rear tank-like tracks to tackle wintry terrain.

Tennessee teen, Allie Dowdle (right), 18, has raised more than $12,000 on GoFundMe after she claims her parents cut her off for dating African-American student, Michael Swift (left).

SAROO BRIERLEY used Google Earth to track down his family 6,000 miles away

When five-year-old Saroo was adopted from a Calcutta orphanage by an Australian couple, his life changed forever. But growing up in Tasmania, he never forgot his first home and decades later began the painstaking search for his mother. His heart-breaking quest inspired the film Lion, starring Nicole Kidman and Dev Patel, which is released here next Friday. Here is Saroo's story . . .

An anonymous radio hacker has embarrassed ISIS by breaking onto their frequency and sending a message to Daesh leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi that 'Mosul will be liberated'.

Juliette Dajani, from Singapore, was killed at the Shawnee Mountain Ski Area resort on Monday. Witnesses said she lost control and skied off the bottom of a trail at a high speed before the crash.

Blake Fleisig, 35, was originally charged with disorderly conduct after he was caught on camera allegedly attacking another passenger as police led him off the flight on December 28.

Padma Lakshmi and ex Adam Dell spotted jetting out of JFK together

Padma Lakshmi was spotted heading into JFK Airport in New York City early Friday morning with ex-boyfriend Adam Dell. The pair then jetted off together, with the trip coming six years after it was revealed that Adam was the father of Padma's daughter Kirshna. Adam, 47, was forced to go to Manhattan Supreme Court in 2012 to get Padma to put his name on Krishna's birth certificate after DNA tests proved he was the father of 6-year-old Krishna Thea Lakshmi-Dell. The venture capitalist brother of Dell computer firm founder Michael Dell also went to court to get more access to his daughter. The couple spent years in court fighting over custody and child support before eventually reaching an agreement.

Researchers at the University of Texas, backed by the Department of Defense, warn Yersinia pestis is one of the most likely candidates for a bioweapon.

Dr Xand van Tulleken gives his tips on how to avoid giving up on your diet and how maintaining a flexible approach is key. He also provides recipes for work lunches and odd treats that are still healthy.

For many people, getting married is the best decision they've ever made. However others sorely regret saying 'I do', with reasons ranging from the selfish to the truly heartbreaking.

Three flight attendants were sickened after they were exposed to a powdery substance blowing out of the vents on a flight from Seattle to San Jose. No passengers were affected.

Murdered Grace Packer's adoptive mother was in a 'polyamorous relationship'

Grace Packer, 14, was abused in three homes before her horrific death. She was allegedly raped, killed and dismembered in Pennsylvania last year. Her adoptive mother Sara Packer and her boyfriend Jacob Sullivan have been charged with murder (top right) and other offences. The couple were in a 'polyamorous' relationship with another woman. She can be named as Katherine Allbright (bottom right). Allbright is being treated as a 'person of interest' but has not been charged with any crime. On her Facebook profile she calls herself 'INTJ' - a psychological type also known as 'the mastermind'.

Ferguson Claude Laurent Jr., 22, of Salisbury, North Carolina, was shot once in the head, five times in the torso, twice in the right upper arm, once in the right forearm, and once in the left wrist and forearm.

Christopher Hubbart, the notorious 'Pillowcase Rapist,' has been ordered back to a California state mental hospital for violating the conditions of his probation.

A Finnair Boeing 757 

The Finnair flight AY666 was due to leave Copenhagen at 12.15pm today and is expected to land in Finland at 3.50pm, but has already got off to a bad start as the jet took off a minute late.

Scientists at the University of Stirling found only 10 minutes of walking, interspersed with two 20-second bursts of sprinting as fast as someone can, could make an inactive person 12 per cent fitter.

Man delivers 300,000 pennies to Virginia DMV to pay sales tax on two cars to

A Virginia man used 300,000 pennies to pay sales tax on two cars at the Department of Motor Vehicles. Nick Stafford delivered five wheelbarrows full of change, mostly pennies, at the DMW office in Lebanon, Virginia, on Wednesday. Stafford said he paid in coins to 'inconvenience' the DMV. Stafford was upset because he was unable to find out the direct number to the Lebanon DMV until filing a Freedom of Information Act request. He said he called the Lebanon DMV, but that it informed him he wasn't allowed to call that number and hung up on him. He later sought the numbers for 10 other DMV locations. Stafford sued the state because he says he was denied the phone numbers. He filed three lawsuits, which were dismissed Tuesday.

MailOnline had a go the Switch console which goes on sale in Europe and the US on March 3. While the design is impressive and easy to use, the game line up is disappointing.

The security flaw was discovered by Tobias Boelter, a cryptography researcher at the University of California, Berkeley. Boelter says he reported the flaw to Facebook in April last year.

Novelist and filmmaker William Peter Blatty (pictured), who gave millions the fright of their lives with the best-selling novel and Oscar-winning movie 'The Exorcist,' died Thursday in Maryland.

The satisfying moment a large bully picks on a little guy - and is knocked out by the perfect sucker punch

In the David-and-Goliath-like scenes a large guy approaches a smaller man. After a verbal confrontation the big man is floored by the slighter one. It is not know where the video was filmed. Onlookers can be heard gasping with shock in the background of the 15 second clip.

Reno doctors tried to cure the 70-year-old patient with 26 antibiotics after she was admitted to an acute care hospital in mid-August 2016. But nothing stood up against the aggressive bacteria.

FILE - In this Dec. 27, 2016 file photo, emergency personnel work at the scene of a fatal multi-vehicle crash on the eastbound side of the Bronx Expressway in the Bronx section of New York. The government says traffic fatalities surged about 8 percent in the first nine months of last year, continuing an alarming upward spiral that began in late 2014. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said the sharp increase comes at the same time Americans are putting more miles on the road than ever before. But the rise in deaths is outpacing the increase in travel. Vehicle miles traveled in the first nine months of 2016 increased about 3 percent. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig, File)

There were 27,875 deaths in the first three quarters of 2016, compared to 25,808 deaths in the same period in 2015. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration released estimates on Friday.

Researchers at Penn State University have managed to use stem cells to regenerate the outer layer of our heart - the epicardium. The research could be useful for patients who've had heart attacks.

Major Fuller (right), 56, was arrested Wednesday and has been charged with aggravated assault. Joseph Fusco (left), 31, said his Uber driver severely beat him in December.

Ling Zhao (pictured) called 911 to say that his five-year-old daughter was missing before her body was found stuffed in the wall of the family's Chinese restaurant in North Canton, Ohio.

You're having a disaster! Couple's gender reveal goes hilariously wrong when a crucial prop malfunctions... sending their toddler into floods of tears

This gender reveal suffered a double fail as the baby can't bite into the cake pop before bursting into tears as everybody cheers the ultimate answer. To celebrate their second pregnancy, Jenny and Ben Clarino from New Haven, Connecticut - who have been together for five years - decided to use their daughter Olivia in the announcement. The couple, who have been together for five years, hand her a cake pop to bite into to unveil whether the sponge inside is pink or blue - signifying if they're having a boy or a girl. But things do not go according to plan.

A man and woman in Utah are accused of committing a cockamamie crime spree that ended in a corral full of cow manure (pictured). One admitted they could be on 'America's Dumbest Criminals.'

EXCLUSIVE: Dr Gary Bolger, chief medical officer at AXA PPP healthcare - a UK-based insurance agency - reveals his top six tips to help you cut down on your alcohol intake this month.

A 23-year-old Pensacola man was arrested after a family member claimed he had sex with his pet dog more than 100 times. Bradley Jean Hubbard faces bestiality charges.

Social media posts have revealed that ISIS have modified drones to drop bombs. Coalition air forces have hit ISIS-made drones and drone production sites in both Syria and Iraq.

Doctor will NOT be charged for the death of a liposuction patient who screamed in pain and

A cosmetic surgeon whose patient screamed in pain and had her liver and diaphragm lacerated during a fatal liposuction procedure will not face criminal charges. Dr. Nedra Dodds, along with her assistant Kevin McCowan at the clinic Opulence Aesthetic Medicine in  Kennesaw, Georgia, were charged with the murders of two patients in 2013, along with aggravated battery and theft by deception. While Cobb County District Attorney Vic Reynolds said he was 'extremely troubled' but the incidents, the charges were dropped after the prosecutor said he did not believe a criminal case could be made.

In this Jan. 12, 2017, photo, the Navya Arma autonomous vehicle drives down a street  in Las Vegas. The driverless electric shuttle has begun carrying passengers in a test program in a downtown Las Vegas entertainment district. (AP Photo/John Locher)

The oval-shaped shuttle that carries 12 people began a 10-day, free pilot program Tuesday along Fremont Street in the downtown entertainment district.

The assignment given to students at Pennridge High School in Bucks County focused on Angelou and her controversial 1969 autobiography, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings.

The United States on Friday indicted three former Takata executives, bringing the first criminal charges in a scandal over exploding airbags that caused the largest auto safety recall in US history.

Thousands of people have shared the things that wind them up most about their partners in a Reddit thread titled: 'People in happy relationships: What is your SO's [significant other's] worst trait?'

Robin Thicke says his ex and dad Alan 'did not have a positive relationship'

Robin Thicke claims in a declaration filed in response to Paula Patton's emergency order for custody of their son, that his ex-wife did not get along with his late father Alan. The singer revealed this shocking alleged in papers filed Thursday in the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, saying that he believes Patton was angry after learning she was not invited to his father's funeral and that this may have led to her decision to claim he was hitting their 6-year-old sin Julian. 'It is my belief that Paula holds residual anger toward me because I and my family would not permit her or her family to attend the funeral of my father on December 20, 2016,' wrote Thicke. 'Paula did not have a positive relationship with my father and often made negative comments to me about my father. As such, she was not welcome at the funeral.'

Researchers at the University of Bath have found that habits can be changed when you change the the factors around the habit - such as location and context.

A student at Suitland High School in Maryland is being sought after allegedly shooting a classmate in the leg at an apartment complex near the campus.


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Ex-bodybuilder who quit competitions vows NEVER to diet again

Brooke Spencer thought the life of a competitive bodybuilder would be glamorous - but she said the grueling reality left her an 'hormonal and emotional mess'. She became obsessed with restricting her food intake and started binge eating and starving and purging herself. Now the US-based blogger, who used to weigh 110lbs, pictured left, said she is happy with her body after putting on around 20-25lbs, pictured right and inset.

Mike's Donuts & Chicken in Kenosha debuted the savory-sweet treat this week. They also sell donut with fried chicken legs in the middle, as well as more traditional sweets.

Elaine B. Goodman from Dover, Delaware had faced up to 15 years in prison for having sex with the youngster but instead a judge said she showed remorse and was given two years probation.

Italian Archbishop, Monsignor Carlo Liberati, said that the growing number of migrants across Europe will lead to the Islam becoming the continent's foremost religion.

The Hungarian camerawoman who was seen tripping up Syrian refugees at a border crossing has been put on probation for three years after being convicted of disorderly conduct.

Ty Pozzobon, 25, was found dead in his home in Merritt, British Columbia on Monday morning. He ended his own life after the effects of multiple concussions heightened his depression.

A priest who is the only person who ever visits mass murderer Anders Breivik in prison said his role was to 'try to make things a little bit better for the most despised person' in Norway.

Doctors operate on twins in the WOMB after discovering condition that starved one

Jake (left) and Oliver (right) Whettingsteel underwent surgery while still in their mother's womb. The twins were suffering from a rare syndrome where Jake was getting all the nutrients but Oliver was being starved. Doctors performed surgery to separate the vessels. The boys were born 11 weeks prematurely (Oliver, top left and Jake, bottom left).

Google Maps doesn't just want to show you where you going, it wants to help you get there. Users can now search, browse, request and pay for an Uber rides directly from the Google Maps app.

The incident took place in Virginia back in July, but CCTV footage of the crash was uploaded onto LiveLeak.com on Thursday, racking up tens of thousands of views.

Stefan Scerba, 33, of Connecticut, has been arraigned on multiple charges, including felony murder, in the death of Alford Craine, who was run over by Screba's pickup truck.

The hard-to-get Arby's venison sandwich will come to two Nebraska locations later this month. The sandwich will be offered at one location in Lincoln January 18 and one in Omaha January 19.

When a virus infects a cell, it turns it into a virus factory. Researchers at the University of California discovered how extensive that reprogramming can be, turning bacteria into animal or plant-like cells.

Mom's fury after Snapchat video emerges of her four-year-old son being forced to kiss another boy at daycare during a game of spin the bottle

An Oklahoma mother angrily spoke out on Thursday after video of her four-year-old son kissing another boy during what appears to be a game of 'spin the bottle' at his daycare surfaced on social media. Dominique Green, a resident of Ardmore, Oklahoma, said that the adults who were supervising the children at Little Angels Daycare forced her son to kiss another boy.

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. An image of what looks like severed feet emerged after a diner went with friends to a restaurant in Padua, Italy, and asked for the Chinese delicacy of bear paws.

Researchers from the University of Montreal were interested to see how the brain functioned in elderly people who are monolingual versus those who are bilingual (stock image).

Samsung's device, codenamed  'Foldable Valley' will turn into a 7inch tablet when unfolded, and is expected to launch in August, the report claims.

Adobe foresees a digital assistant doing more than just ordering goods - it could edit photos. A short clip shows a man using voice commands to crop a photo, flip it and post the final image to Facebook.

Researchers in Sweden have pinned down microbes from which all complex life evolved. The microbes have been named Loki, Thor, Odin, and Heimdall, after the gods of Norse mythology.

The Georgia man charged with murder in the November 6 fatal shooting of two Peach County deputies could face the death penalty if he's convicted,

Gordon 'Drewe' Henley (pictured), from Devon, had numerous roles in film, television and theatre, including as X-Wing Squadron Red Leader Garven Dreis in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.

The cat feeding plan, which suggests feeding your cat five small meals a day, was devised by Dr Sarah Elllis and Dr Lizzie Rowe on behalf of the charity International Cat Care, based in Tisbury.

GRAPHIC CONTENT A 19-year-old man from Indiana has been arrested after turning himself into police after admitting setting fire to a cat in a cornfield. Noah Riley poured petrol on the cat.

Rylee Bernosky, 5, from Florida, went to the hospital complaining of a headache. Doctors found a rare brain tumor. She is now looking a 6-8 months of chemotherapy and radiation.

Baaaaad behaviour! Herd of sheep trample their lady shepherd before one returns to ram her after being spooked by car

This is the moment a female shepherd was trampled by her herd of sheep somewhere in Germany before a particularly large one rammed her over as she was standing up. Dashcam footage from an approaching car shows the woman escorting her flock across a road, before they get startled. As her dogs run over to the vehicle, the sheep knock her to the ground. She almost succeeds in getting back up before being sent tumbling over again.

Glenn Armstrong (pictured left) was jailed in the 1990s after threatening to kill then-President Clinton. Armstrong was arrested Thursday after fleeing 300 miles in his dead father's truck, police say.

Everywhere in North Korea you will see the images of Kim Il-Sung, the country's founder, and his son Kim Jong-Il. Both are long dead but their son retains an iron-fist grip on the country.

The console will go on sale on March 3, at a cost of $299.99. The device alternates between a home and mobile gaming system and was unveiled today in Japan.

Massachusetts Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito (pictured) was being chauffeured to events in Cape Cod on Thursday by a state police driver, who has apologized for the inadvertent gaffe.

Andy Rubin has recruited over 40 people to his new firm, to be called Essential, according to Bloomberg. It aims to build an entire technology ecosystem from phones to app stores and smart home gadgets.

Instagram users share their 2017 organisational skills in stunning snaps

As 2017 gets underway, thousands have committed to an array of resolutions - many of them including better organisational skills in their lists. And if social media snaps can be believed, many of them are doing a pretty good job at it. From stunning pantries and kitchens (left and right) to tidy living rooms, planners and immaculately organised drawers, proud owners have been sharing photos of their refreshed living spaces... and they do not disappoint.

Dr David Allamby, a laser eye surgeon at London's Focus Clinic, says hallucinations can be caused by Charles Bonnet syndrome that affects people who have experienced vision loss.

A yet to be named polar bear cub, born in Berlin's Tierpark Zoo, underwent its first medical check and looked content even appearing to give a wave to the cameras.

Video released Thursday shows Lisa Luna (pictured), 31, wandering around naked at a gas station in Gila Bend and getting inside a deputy's pickup truck while he fetches her a blanket.

Snapchat has added a new universal search function designed to make it easier for users to gain followers. It has launched for some people on Android globally and will roll out soon to all users.

The ceremony is conducted every year in the city of Tonami, western Japan, due to a superstition that women are unlucky at the age of 33, while men are unlucky at 42.

El Salvador, one of the world's deadliest countries, has recorded a rare day without a single homicide. Police commissioner Howard Cotto said that no murders were reported Wednesday.

She's falling for him! A girl is shoved off a rock at the seaside by her boyfriend in a nasty trick... or is all as it seems?

This young French girl is falling for her boyfriend in every way. After she led her partner to a romantic sea-view spot, he decided to shove her off a high rock onto the beach below. She cries out as she is pushed and, rather painfully, knocks into a section of rock jutting out half way down before collapsing in a heap at the bottom. However some viewers believe the footage was a set-up.

The rare species, that was discovered in 2015 from museum collections, was caught on camera by marine biologists from Scripps Oceanography in San Diego off the south coast of Western Australia.

Former Honolulu police officer Jessie Laconsay pleaded no contest to six sexual assault counts in November. He resigned after 10 years with the department.

Megan Kozak from Farmington, Connecticut was visiting NYC when a Dunkin' Donuts employee gave her a senior discount. The Today show's Ambush Makeover team updated her look.

The Austrian town of Saalfelden is looking to employ someone to live in a hermitage that has no heating or running water in what appears to be one of the worst jobs in the world.

Parents share funny photos of times kids took things WAY too literally

Parents and teachers have shared hilarious photos of times children took instructions far too literally. One child was asked to 'name the quadrilaterals' in their test paper, but rather than differentiate a square from a rectangle, gave the coloured shapes human names like 'Bob' or 'Harry' (left). Another child was told they weren't allowed to go outside, so lay flat on the front deck, only their feet remaining on the floorboards inside (inset). Other students were asked to bring their fish to school, but rather than bring in his pet, one little boy brought in a dead fish from the market (right).

Researchers from the University of California, Riverside, used 3D-cameras to study the antagonistic predator-prey system between the rattlesnake and kangaroo rat in New Mexico.

French astronaut Thomas Pesquet has floated into space on his first-ever spacewalk today, along with American astronaut Shane Kimbrough.

Los Angeles Valley College in Valley Glen paid a $28,000 ransom to hackers following a cyber-attack to its system over winter break that left students and staff locked out of their accounts.

Having the time of their lives! Newlyweds recreate the dance scene from Dirty Dancing in spectacular fashion at their wedding

A newlywed couple stunned their wedding guests with an amazing performance of the Dirty Dancing's most iconic scene. Instead of a traditional first dance, Lindsay Pergola and Richie Guarini decided to surprise their friends and family with something much better. After tying the knot in Mountain Lakes, New Jersey, on New Year's Eve, they recreated the dance that Jennifer Grey and Patrick Swayze performed to 'Time of My Life' in the 1987 cult film (inset).

Unicorn cakes are the cute new trend to sweep social media and Instagram - but one baker's attempt went horribly wrong and turned out quite rude, with the horn looking like a part of the male genitalia.

Scientists have found that wild salmon caught off the coast of Alaska could contain the Japanese tapeworm parasite that could cause infection in humans if the fish isn't cooked properly.

When Cara Brookins escaped her 'controlling and violent' husband in 2008, she was not only broke, she and her family felt broken. 'We had been just so emotionally kicked down,' said Brookins.

'Stereotypes are made to be broken!' Plus-size ballerina becomes online star after footage of the teen executing an elaborate turning sequence goes viral

Lizzy Howell, 15, from Milford, Delaware, shares plenty of photos and videos of herself dancing on her Instagram and Facebook pages, but footage of her nailing a series of fouetté turns has launched her into online stardom. Thousands of people have watched the mesmerizing clip, and many have hailed her a role model for women of all sizes because of her confidence and beauty.

The 18-year-old from Bragança Paulista in São Paulo, Brazil, was riding along when a car pulled out in his path. Travelling at speed the biker didn't have time to react to the upcoming hazard.

The sound of samba at Rio's carnival or rush hour traffic in New York can instantly teleport you back, but how well can you identify a place just by its soundscape? Try a fascinating quiz to find out.

Best on our desks: This week, a facial oil from Jessica Alba's Honest Beauty line, a

Start 2017 off right with our picks for the best new beauty launches, including a spa-like facial oil from Jessica Alba's Honest Beauty line (bottom right), a glow-enhancing primer from Becca Cosmetics (bottom left), Dove deodorant that won't leave white marks on clothes (top left), a Greek yogurt-based priming moisturizer from Korres (top right) and more.

A preschool in Arctic Norway brought a group of 5-year-old children on a school trip to see the slaughter and skinning of reindeer at a nearby farm. They were photographed participating in the event.

The on-road demonstrations will take place in London in February, where passengers will be able to experience the technology in a modified Nissan LEAF.

Gitie Hirshenbaum, 13, was waiting on a Brooklyn street corner for a school bus to pick her up Thursday when a livery cab driven by Mustapha Ouchaoui jumped the curb and slammed into her.

Parents have shared photos of the incredible DIY toys they made for their children, including sensory boards and cubby houses. One parent even put dried pasta in an old bottle to make a shaker.

Rocky Mountains from space

French astronaut Thomas Pesquet has taken some spectacular photos of Earth from space. And he recently showcased the beauty of North America's Rocky Mountains. Pesquet tweeted: 'The Rocky Mountains are a step too high - even for the clouds to cross.'

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Fox frozen in ICE in Germany as freezing weather claim lives across Europe

An extraordinary image has captured a drowned fox encased in blocks of ice after it fell into a river during freezing temperatures that are sweeping across much of Europe. The animal is said to have fallen through a layer of thin ice on the Danube river in Baden-Württemberg, Germany four days ago and was discovered on Friday trapped in ice by local resident Johannes Stehle. This week over 60 people have been killed by freezing temperatures across the continent.

The hungry orangutan slapped a tourist in the face when he tried to take a photo with him rather than handing over a snack during an encounter on the Sekonyer River in Borneo, Indonesia.

Dashcam video caught the dramatic moment a Georgia sheriff's deputy ran for his life before suddenly exchanging gunfire with a suspect during a welfare call at a private residence.

A school in Xi'an, China, has installed female urinals. Students are given paper funnels to assist with the process. The school hopes that 160,000 litres of water will be saved daily from the change.

The three-year-old, from China's Hanzhong city, was eating lunch and tripped over on stairs. The stick pierced 1.6 inches into the girl's brain and was just 0.04 inches from her brainstem.

'Pink is like unicorns exploding in my mouth!' Heart-warming video captures kids trying to explain color to a BLIND 21-year-old pianist using only sounds and words

US-based Mac Potts, 21, has been playing music professionally since he was 11 years old but he has never been able to see. Mac, pictured top left and bottom right, asked children to describe their experiences of different colors. The boys and girls - who were a variety of ages - largely struggled to effectively describe color using words.


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