Two U.S. Air Force B-1B bombers from the military base in Guam participated in a strategic bilaterial mission with South Korea and Japan hours before North Korea revealed it was considering a plan to fire missiles at Guam. The 10-hour mission from Guam's Andersen Air Force Base took place on Monday and was the first for the aircraft and crews recently deployed from South Dakota's Ellsworth Air Force Base to support U.S. Pacific Command's Continuous Bomber Presence missions, Pacific Air Forces Public Affairs stated.The bombers flew in the vicinity of Kyushu, Japan, the East China Sea, and the Korean peninsula. The U.S. released photos of the mission late Tuesday - seemingly in response to North Korea's threat to strike Guam. That threat happened just hours after President Donald Trump told the country that any threat to the U.S. would be met with 'fire and fury.' In response, Guam Governor Eddie Calvo released a statement saying: 'An attack or threat to Guam is a threat or attack on the United States. They have said that America will be defended.'
More than 60 women 'consider suing Google in class action lawsuit, claiming they are paid less than men' and there is a 'hostile' culture after the tech giant fired a male engineer over his controversial gender memo
The potential class action lawsuit from current and former Google employees (CEO Sundar Pichai bottom right) comes as the tech giant continues to manage the fallout after a male engineer's 10-page memo became a viral phenomenon. San Francisco civil rights attorney James Finberg (bottom left) told the Guardian he is working on the possible legal action for the female Google employees. Google made headlines over the weekend after a 28-year-old male engineer, James Damore (top), wrote a gender-based memo saying women are 'biologically' less likely to get to the top of the tech world. Damore was fired by the internet giant on Monday for a violation of the company's code of conduct.
University of Central Florida fraternity brother, 22, behind bars after 'raping another student he was friends with' at a 'New Years in July' party
Alexander Garces, 22, was charged with sexual battery and false imprisonment on Monday. Garces was at the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity's on-campus house party during the alleged attack. He was with another man, a former UFC student and ATO fraternity brother. The victim told police they were locked in a room and forced to perform oral sex on Garces, who then allegedly left when they told him they had been raped before. The victim was then left alone with the other man, who proceeded to rape the person.
New video shows Malia Obama being driven from Lollapalooza Friday night in a golf cart She appears to have already fallen asleep in the brief clip. Earlier in the night, the former first daughter was seen dancing wildly to The Killers with a friend. At one point, she fell to the ground and started flailing around. It has since been revealed that the 19-year-old incoming Harvard freshman lost her phone at the festival.
Back to pool! Mom's hilarious first day of school Facebook photo wins legions of fans as she celebrates getting a break from her kids after the summer
A mom in Alabama shared what many mothers are thinking in a Facebook post, when she sent all three of her children off to school for the first time since beginning her family 11 years ago. Jena Willingham (in the pool) and her husband Edd came up with a hilarious photo opp to commemorate the family's first; mom in a pool to send off all three children to school at the same time. Jena said after dealing with non-stop summer bickering between her children 11-year-old Wrangler, 7-year-old Emmy, and 4-year-old Sykes (outside the pool from left to right), at their home in Beulah she was eager for the break.
Denver DJ accused of 'groping' Taylor Swift testifies saying he only touched her rib cage and is attacked for giving SEVEN conflicting accounts of the incident and destroying evidence as her mom sits crying beside her
Taylor Swift showed up to the Alfred A. Arraj Courthouse in Denver on Tuesday for the second day of jury selection for the 'groping' trial against former DJ David Mueller (right). Her lawyer accused Mueller of changing his account of what happened seven times and said he destroyed five electronic devices containing evidence. The jury selection was completed at 9.29am local time, following a series of peremptory strikes on both sides. Approximately 30 of her fans waited outside hoping to catch a glimpse of the starlet who entered through he side entrance away from the media.
Little Leaguer, 12, nicknamed 'Boog' who stands 5'2' and weighs in at a whopping 220lbs is the sport's newest baseball sensation
A previously unknown slugger has made quite the impact after taking part in the Little League World Series Regionals. Jeffrey Powell, who is 12, and goes by the nickname 'Boog', won hearts as his team from Tennessee took on another from North Carolina. 'American hero', 'The hero we needed, not the hero we deserved' and 'my new favorite player of all time' were just some adoring comments made online by fans of Tennessee school kid.
Missing Utah man, 57, is charged with murdering his wife, mistress and her daughter after his spouse caught him cheating
Gerald 'Mike' Bullinger is charged with three counts of first degree murder over the deaths of Cheryl Baker, Nadja Medley, 48, and 14-year-old Payton Medley on June 6. Their bodies were discovered hidden inside a shed at Bullinger's Caldwell, Idaho home. But Bullinger, a 57-year-old pilot and outfitter, has been missing ever since the shooting. His car was found on July 12 abandoned by a campground near Moran, Wyoming.
Camouflaged canine hidden in a kitchen leaves the internet scratching its head - so can YOU spot the puppy dog?
Dogs are known for being full of energy and overly keen for human attention. So when you walk into a room with a young pup, they're normally incredibly hard to miss. But someone seemingly forgot to tell that to one canine, who has left the internet stumped by managing to camouflage itself inside a kitchen in Sydney, Australia.
KATIE HOPKINS: Google firing an engineer for standing up against the hive mind is about more than one minority opinion. If the web's gatekeeper doesn't believe in its own employees' right to free speech, how can we trust it with ours?
The silencing of legitimate opinion continues. The latest victim of the ‘purge’ is Google engineer James Damore, the guy behind ‘Google’s Ideological Echo Chamber’ a paper outlining his thoughts on Diversity and Inclusion in Silicon Valley. In his 3,300 word, ten page manifesto he highlights the reasons for the gender gap in tech, current discriminatory practises used to correct that gap and Google’s left-leaning political bias.
Truth behind Sinead's heartrending and very public breakdown: Singer is in the midst of bitter legal battle with former lover and long-term manager after their business relationship fell apart
The eyes are familiar. Big, haunting, filled with raw emotion and brimming with tears. But these pictures of Sinead O'Connor (left) are of a woman in the grip of mental illness. Heavily tattooed, her shaved hair now visibly grey, she appeared a broken woman when she filmed a video in a cheap room in a New Jersey Travelodge this week. ‘I’m fighting, fighting, fighting, fighting,’ she sobbed, ‘like all the millions and millions that I know I’m one of — to stay alive every day.’ But her breakdown comes against the backdrop of an extraordinarily bitter legal battle with her former lover and long-term manager Fachtna O’Ceallaigh (inset). He met O’Connor (right, during a performance in 1990) in the Eighties when she was 17 and steered her to stardom in a partnership that lasted until 2012.
A novel way to wear emeralds, rubies to woo a Prince and a cheap brand that the Princess loved: Diana's rainbow of rare stones... and why her favorites were fakes
One thing Diana disliked was blending in. And what better way to reflect her vibrant, colourful character than adorning herself in gemstones of every hue? It’s not easy to wear colourful stones, but she was unafraid to experiment, as this emerald headband, right, and ruby choker suggest. Diana also took great delight in fooling royal-watchers into thinking she was wearing priceless heirlooms when they were cheap trinkets, such as the star shaped white bead with onyx-lookalike gems, pictured inset.
'Great leaders don't threaten unless they're ready to act': Lawmakers led by John McCain slam Trump's 'fire and fury' warning over North Korea
'I take exception to the president´s comments because you've got to be sure you can do what you say you´re going to do,' Senator John McCain said in a radio interview on Tuesday. 'The great leaders I've seen don't threaten unless they're ready to act and I'm not sure President Trump is ready to act.' Meanwhile, Democratic lawmakers accused Trump of being 'reckless' for making the 'unhinged' and 'bombastic' threats to the North Korean dictator. Trump had issued the warning to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un during a photo op at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, after it was revealed that the communist country had successfully produced a miniaturized nuclear warhead.
Inside Jim Carrey's broken heart: Comedian reveals painting healed heartache after breakup with Jenny McCarthy in new documentary... but makes no mention of tragic suicide girlfriend
Jim Carrey turned to art after a bitter breakup with Jenny McCarthy. While the split occurred over six years ago in 2010, the comedian, 55, is only now opening up about the toll it took on him. In a new documentary titled Jim Carrey: I Needed Color, the star admits that he began painting after a challenging breakup to heal himself.
Father, 29, is charged with killing his girlfriend's disabled toddler daughter one year after claiming she died of a seizure - as it's revealed he has since married the girl's mom and had a baby with her
Jake Jensen, 29, was charged on Monday in Salt Lake City, Utah, with beating and killing his wife Stephanie's daughter Sophia (inset) in January 2016. At the time of the toddler's death, Jensen told police she suffered a seizure when he was looking after her while her mother was at work and said this was what caused her death. In March this year, Jake and Stephanie, 23, married and the couple welcomed their first child together, another girl, in June. (pictured right together with his son from a previous relationship). On Monday, prosecutors in Salt Lake City filed charges against Jensen - who also has an older son of his own from a previous relationship - after receiving the final results of an autopsy which found that Sophia's cause of death was homicide.
Married mom, 38, is sent to prison for up to 15 years for having sex with two teenage boys after luring them with naked Snapchat selfies
Brooke Lajiness (pictured left in March), 38, a married mom-of-two from Michigan, was sentenced on Monday to 57 months to 15 years after pleading guilty to having sex with two boys, aged 14 and 15, last summer. When given a chance to speak before her sentencing, an emotional Lajiness read from a statement, calling what happened ’the biggest regret of my life.’ The court also heard from the mother of the younger teen, who wrote in her victim impact statement that was read aloud on her behalf that her son is currently in therapy.
Farewell to the Rhinestone Cowboy: Glen Campbell, superstar singer of 1960s and '70s, dies age 81 in Nashville following long battle with Alzheimer's
Glen Campbell, the grinning, high-pitched entertainer who had such hits as "Rhinestone Cowboy" and spanned country, pop, television and movies, has died. He was 81. Campbell's publicist Sandy Brokaw says the singer died Tuesday morning in Nashville. No cause was immediately given. Campbell announced in June 2011 that he had been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease and that it was in its early stages at that time. Campbell was one of the biggest stars of the late 1960s and 1970s. He sold more than 45 million records, had 12 gold albums and 75 chart hits. He co-starred with John Wayne in the 1969 movie "True Grit" and had a weekly audience of some 50 million people for the "Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour" on CBS from 1969 to 1972.
'Beast!' Outrage after shocking footage shows paramedic kick a pregnant woman in the stomach in Chilean hospital
The horrific incident was captured on CCTV security cameras at a hospital in the city of Valparaiso on the coast of central Chile. the pregnant nurse and the paramedic can be seen arguing, before he grabs her by the hair and shouts at her. He slams her head against a door before continuing to shout abuse into her ear. The unnamed paramedic then launches a vicious kick into her stomach, sending her flying backwards into the door.
America's most expensive home hits the market: Bel Air estate owned by a late billionaire media tycoon and was featured on The Beverly Hillbillies goes on sale for $350MILLION
The home of late media tycoon Jerry Perenchio has become the most expensive property on the US open market, according to reports. Perenchio, the former CEO of Univision who died in May at the age of 86, left behind the sprawling Bel Air mansion which is now on sale for a huge $350 million. The lavish home boasts a ballroom, a huge wine cellar, a salon and is connected by elevators and underground tunnels. The 10.3 acre estate, known as Chartwell, features large gardens, a 75ft swimming pool, a tennis court and an underground parking garage for 40 cars. The home also featured on The Beverly Hillbillies. The sprawling property was shown in the opening credits and throughout the popular sitcom that ran from 1962 to 1971. In the first episode, when the Clampetts first lay eyes on their new home, they mistake it for a prison.
Here is the Nudes at Ten: BBC staffer spotted watching a VERY inappropriate video on office computer over presenter's shoulder
Viewers tuning into the BBC's News at Ten got an eyeful when a woman exposed her naked breasts on a computer screen - just yards behind presenter Sophie Raworth. A BBC worker, who was wearing headphones and slumped in his chair, was spotted watching the woman remove her bra in the raunchy movie scene. Ms Raworth, 49, was presenting a live piece on the England cricket team's victory over South Africa, but eagle-eyed viewers noticed the screen over her shoulder. Around 3.8million viewers watched the show and one person tweeted: '@BBCNews why is there a porn video playing behind one of your news anchors during a report?' The actress was wearing a black jumper while standing over a man during the clip which could be seen on Monday evening. In what is believed to be an action movie, she then removed her bra to reveal her breasts during the striptease.
'Death row' dog who was taken to a kill shelter after being abused by owners gets a second chance after a pilot flew 750 MILES to rescue her, just 24 hours before she was due to be euthanized
Adrienne, two, had a severe bladder prolapse after a suspected case of abuse and was in desperate need of surgery. The poorly pup was taken off the streets and put into a kill shelter last weekl; she would have been euthanized within 24 hours if rescuers hadn't stepped in. When pilot Paul Steklenski, a former tank trainer who now runs an animal charity, heard about her ordeal he knew he had to help. The ex-US serviceman flew his five-seater plane from his home in Pennsylvania to North Carolina, picked up Adrienne and flew her to Westchester, New York, before driving her to Stamford where she underwent a three-hour operation on her bladder.
Wipe-out! Hilarious moment man tries to chat up a bikini-clad woman while riding a hydro-jet only to suffer an epic crash
Video shows the unidentified man showing off some impressive moves as he balanced on the hydro-jet several feet above the water below him. He began dancing to the music blaring over the bay as crowds watched on from the water and the nearby jetty. One bikini clad woman in particular appeared to catch his attention and he jetted over towards her. But when he goes to jump the railing to speak to her, the water jets propel him head first into a large set of speakers. It is not clear where the incident took place.
Kris Jenner describes falling in love with Bruce Jenner when he had just $200 in the bank, revealing she turned the Olympian into a star so the couple could afford to look after their kids
Kris opened up about the beginnings of her second marriage in a podcast interview with writer and transgender rights activist Janet Mock, a transcript of which was published on Tuesday. The 61-year-old reality TV mogul recounted how she 'fell in love 150 per cent' with the gold medalist despite a dire financial situation that contrasts vastly with the family's current affluence. Kris, who referred to her second spouse by her given name of Bruce during the podcast, told Janet how her first marriage to Robert Kardashian led her to make friends at the top of the entertainment industry. 'Then, when I met and married Bruce Jenner, I became his manager instantly because he didn't have a lot going on. I saw this incredible potential, and he wasn't doing anything,' Kris (pictured left with her second spouse in 1991, inset with their daughters Kylie and Kendall as children and right earlier this year) said.
Wrap star: Billionaire’s teenage son, AKA Money Kicks, gets a $250,000 Ferrari covered in Louis Vuitton print, despite being TOO YOUNG to drive it
Rashed Saif Belhasa, 15, from Dubai has built an online profile under the name Money Kicks, and he flaunts his latest purchases, including this Ferrari F12 Berlinetta with its 6.3-litre V12 engine, on YouTube and Instagram. But he will not be able to drive the powerful car until he turns 18 - the legal driving age in Dubai. His Youtube channel alone has 750,000 followers and his Instagram has 659,000 followers. This Ferrari video was viewed 1,296,987 times already. 'It’s all about the detail,’ he says emphatically in the video, referring to the extensive print on the car.
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Taking a dive? Rugby team practice their passing while jumping into a pool during warm-weather training camp in Bermuda - and nearly pull off perfect trick
Elite sportsmen and women are no strangers to training at altitude to improve their performance. But Saracens put a new spin on the traditional training method on Tuesday by practising their passing while jumping off swimming pool diving boards. The Premiership outfit are currently enjoying a warm weather camp on the island of Bermuda as they continue their preparations for the new season.
These felines are anything but fiesty judging by their sleepy showdown, which has been dubbed the world's laziest catfight. An online video has revealed the moment two pets exchanged gentle blows in an adorable tiff. The majority of cat fights are usually full of high-volume shrieks, rapid clawing and arched backs. However these two moggies were anything but aggressive after facing off in what appears to be someone's front room. The pair tentatively paw at each other's faces and bodies until finally deciding that enough is enough. The footage was posted to the Twitter account of Donguri, a Scottish Fold cat living in Japan.
The biggest dinosaur in history: Archaeologists reveal 115ft long PATAGOTITAN would have weighed the same as a Boeing 737 (and it wasn't even fully grown)
A cast of the dinosaur's skeleton is already on display at the American Museum of Natural History. It's so big that the dinosaur's head sticks out into a hallway at the New York museum. Vertebrae and rib bones were among the finds discovered at the quarry at La Flecha ranch, Chubut Province, Argentina, in 2013, and a new analysis suggests they belonged to six dinosaurs. A study of the remains suggests that 'Patagotitan mayorum' (inset image) weighed around 62 tonnes and measured more than 115ft (35m) from nose to tail. Scientists think the fossils belonged to at least six different individuals that died in a floodplain region before being preserved in mud. The titanosaur lived 100 million years ago during the Cretaceous period and was a sauropod, a huge plant-eater with a long tail and neck that stood on four legs. The discovery is the first indication that titanosaurs engaged in social activity.
Unforgettable! Man’s tender serenade for his grandmother on her 98th birthday will bring tears to your eyes
The footage, captured in Palm Beach County, FL, on July 27, shows the 98-year-old woman getting emotional as her grandson sings her favorite song. Ash Ruiz from Sun Pointe Drive, Palm Beach County said: 'I have the most precious memories of my Grandma Jean doing everything with a song, she was always singing and her voice was rich, velvety and beautiful. When I was eight years old she taught me how to sing 'Unforgettable' by Nat King Cole because it was her favourite song and I was to sing it with her for her birthday every year. Hence a tradition began.'