Tens of thousands of North Koreans have come out in a show of defiance following US President Donald Trump's threats of 'fire and fury'. The North Koreans gathered for a massive rally at Kim Il Sung Square in Pyongyang on Wednesday with photos showing citizens holding propaganda placards and waving their fists in the air. Footage shows thousands of North Korean workers dressed in white shirts as they angrily marched through the square brandishing flags.
Former model and her ex-FBI agent father are found GUILTY of murdering her Irish husband with a 'baseball bat and landscaping stone'
Former FBI agent Thomas Martens (bottom right) and his former model daughter Molly Corbett (top right) were found guilty Wednesday in the murder of Molly's husband in North Carolina. A jury in Davidson County found 33-year-old Molly and her father, 67-year-old retired FBI agent Martens guilty of the charge of second degree murder. They both face a minimum of 20 years in prison. Both Molly and her father, who served the FBI for over 30 years, claimed self defense when they killed her Irish businessman husband Jason Corbett (with Molly left) 39. The second degree murder charge means the jury concluded Jason was killed out of malice.
A limited strike, full-scale invasion or pressure on China: Crisis expert MARK ALMOND outlines the possible military options America is considering against North Korea
The war of threats between President Trump and the North Korean dictator, Kim Jong-Un, is setting global nerves on edge. We're used to blood curdling propaganda from Pyongyang, but an American president using the same kind of language - 'fire and fury' - is a new departure. The threat of nuclear war in East Asia is suddenly alarmingly close. But before this hysterical rhetoric reaches a climax, Western leaders must consider what history and strategic analysis teaches us about how to avoid calamity - or how best to contain it.
Is there a bunker here? Trump spends day playing GOLF as North Korea warns it will have Guam strike plan in days and mocks Trump's 'fire and fury' threat as 'a load of nonsense'
Donald Trump played golf at his vacation destination Wednesday - while his defense secretary told Kim Jong-Un he risked destroying his regime and his people if he continued his nuclear weapons threat. The president was revealed to be on the course when his golfing companion, a New Jersey businessman, posted an Instagram picture saying their match had gone 'down to the 18th hole'. Trump - who had tweeted that his 17-day stay at Bedminster, New Jersey, was not a vacation - did not have his game officially disclosed by the White House.
Photos of a bizarre-looking animal in the Carolinas spark rumors that it could be the mythical Chupacabra... and it's on the loose
Photos of a gray animal, taken on Saturday at Santee Cooper Country Club in South Carolina (left and right), have gone viral after reports that residents say it is the mythical creature El Chupacabra. 'Ok...playing Golf in Santee SC. Can somebody pleeeeease tell me what the flock this is!?!? #ThatAintNoDog,' Stewart wrote in a Facebook post that has now been shared 1,550 times. Experts, however, revealed the animal is actually a canine, either a coyote or a fox with mange. Chupacabra in Spanish translates to 'goat sucker,' in reference to the first reported sightings of the creature (inset, file image) following the vampire-esque slaughter of numerous goats in Puerto Rico in 1995.
Real-life wedding crashers eat, drink and dance the night away at New Jersey couple's big day... then leave a card with a photo of them and $1 'for luck'
Karen Fox and Michael Tufo are trying to track down a couple who crashed their wedding in New Jersey on Saturday after they left them a card wishing them good luck in their marriage. The unidentified couple ate, drank and danced with wedding guests. They even posed for photos at the reception for the wedding photographer. While the bride did notice them, she just assumed they had been invited by her new husband. It wasn't until Fox found a strange wedding card the following morning that she was able to piece it all together.
The story behind an iconic stone, earrings that marked a new start and how she gave stuffy heirlooms a new lease of life: Diana's sensational sapphires (that Kate adores)
Of all the beautiful jewels in her possession, sapphires are the ones which will always be associated with Diana not least because of her stunning engagement ring. But Diana's sapphire collection was far more eclectic and interesting than it is often thought. From a suite of sapphires from a wedding guest she had never met to the brooch she turned into a choker and the necklace she decided to wear on her head, each of her pieces bears a fascinating story that reveals so much about the Princess. Here we reveal the secrets behind the Princess's showstopping sapphires...
French fashion brand Vetements has worked with Levi's to create a high-end version that costs £1,295, and the idea has begun filtering down to the high street. A cheaper version of the jeans costs £113 from American brand Reformation.(left, middle, right) However even the most dedicated fashionistas are balking at the idea, with Elle magazine warning that they are 'not for the faint-hearted'.
'Mom, a guy just grabbed my a**' Taylor Swift's mother Andrea sobs in court and reveals how she felt sick when the pop star said the Denver DJ 'groped' her
Taylor Swift's mother Andrea took the stand on Wednesday, saying she felt like she 'wanted to vomit and cry at the same time' when she learned her daughter was 'groped'. David Mueller, the Denver DJ accused of groping the pop star, also took the stand after her lawyer questioned his conflicting accounts of the June 2013 incident. On Tuesday, he denied inappropriately touching the singer but her lawyer said he destroyed evidence and changed his account of the encounter seven times. Mueller is seeking $3 million from Taylor Swift, accusing her of being the reason he was 'wrongfully' fired from his $150,000-a-year job
Professor who raised Chantek 'the ape who went to college' shares her heartache as he dies at Atlanta Zoo and reveals he forgot most of the words he had learned but always told her 'I love you'
Dr Lyn Miles, who taught Chantek - 'the ape who went to college' - sign language, described her devastation after the 39-year-old male orangutan died on Monday from heart disease. Dr Miles (left with Chantek) taught him to sign more than 150 words, to be able to clean his room, to memorize the way to a fast-food restaurant, and to paint (right). However, after an incident in which he was accused of attacking a preschooler, he was transferred to the Yerkes Primate Center in Atlanta. He was trapped at the Center for the next 11 years where his weight doubled to more than 490 pounds and he slowly began forgetting sign language. Dr Miles says, though, he always remembered how to tell her: 'I love you.' He was transferred to Zoo Atlanta in 1997. In 2016, he was diagnosed with heart disease. He was put on a medical regimen but doctors could not save him.
Wicked mom who starved, suffocated and drowned her 11-year-old daughter then kept her body in a padlocked FREEZER for up to 16 months is jailed for 65 years
The mother of a Florida girl found dead in a freezer has been sentenced to 65 years in prison. Keishanna Thomas (right) 33, was sentenced Wednesday after pleading no contest to charges of second-degree murder, aggravated child abuse and abuse of a dead body. Authorities say the body of 11-year-old Janiya Thomas (left) was found in October 2015 in a freezer that her mother had delivered to a relative's Bradenton-area house.
White House aide Stephen Miller says Trump is 'the best orator to hold that office in generations' - and instantly gets ripped to shreds on Twitter
White House adviser Stephen Miller has been torn to shreds on Twitter after saying that Donald Trump is the most gifted politician of our time. Miller heaped praise on the President during a live television interview on Fox News on Tuesday night. He said Trump was the 'best orator' to hold that office in generations. The comments instantly made the policy adviser a target on Twitter.
REVEALED: Married former Trump staffer fathered love child with fellow aide on campaign trail while his own wife was pregnant
Trump transition adviser A.J. Delgado, announced the birth of her baby boy William, after her two-month affair with ex-White House communications director Jason Miller. Miller's wife - who is still married to the former Trump aide - gave birth to their second child in January - just a month after her husband had got another woman pregnant. Delagdo insists that Miller told her he was separated at the time - and had been since June 2016 when they began their two month affair.
Planning a coop? Mystery as massive inflatable chicken with Trump-like golden hair appears on the Ellipse and stares down the White House
A giant inflatable chicken with Donald Trump-like golden hair is currently staring down the White House. The 23-foot-tall chicken was spotted looming on the Ellipse between the White House and Washington Monument in DC on Wednesday. The giant inflatable has a coif of golden hair and hand gestures similar to that of President Trump. Livestream images of the White House on Wednesday afternoon captured the chicken in the background, seemingly staring down the President's home.
'We're really going to jail for this?': Teens' surprise after getting arrested for stealing ice cream cake from Dunkin' Donuts for a prank and getting busted when they posted it on social media
Two teens thought a ice cream cake heist 'prank' would be cool, but didn't foresee how the cookie would crumble when they were arrested on felony theft charges. The teens, Seth Messer (left) 18 and Ajayci Cotton (right) 19 allegedly walked into a Dunkin Donuts in London, Kentucky and stole the ice cream cake while posting their theft to social media. Police say the teens walked into the store on Tuesday at around 3:30pm, Messer stole the cake while Cotton uploaded the theft for a social media post.
REVEALED: Sickening abuse of girl, seven, by police dispatcher and his wife 'who forced her to perform oral sex on him until she threw up and took photographs of her naked'
Tyler Bush-Conn, 28, and his wife Talisha Bush-Conn, 27, were both arrested in South Daytona, Florida, on Tuesday after the girl reported the abuse to her grandmother. Police say the abuse took place both at the couple's home and at the girl's home where the pair looked after her while her mother was at work. It began in 2016 and was only revealed when the girl told her grandmother about it while visiting her in Alabama.
Paws-ing play! Frisky feline interrupts Cardinals-Royals game as it runs on to the field and then BITES groundskeeper
The Cardinals have a friendly streaking feline to thank for their rally against the Royals. With the bases loaded and two outs in the sixth on Wednesday night, the game was delayed for a couple minutes when a small, feisty cat sprinted onto the field at Busch Stadium. On the first pitch after play resumed, Yadier Molina hit a grand slam off Peter Moylan to give the Cardinals an 8-5 lead. The cat was instantly dubbed Rally Cat, and St. Louis went on to win.
'He forced his hand up my skirt': Model, 29, on the shocking moment she was sexually assaulted by a man on the subway in broad daylight - and why she didn't say a word
An Australian model has spoken out about the shocking moment she was sexually assaulted on a train. New York-based Jessica Vander Leahy, 29, (pictured left and right) said a man 'forced his hand up my skirt' in broad daylight. 'Perhaps more shocking was the fact that I did nothing. I made no attempt to attract attention, I had no desire to make a fuss,' Ms Vander Leahy said. 'The train doors opened and I rushed out onto the platform without looking back.'
Wrestler, 28, and his 'ex-wife' are arrested after being caught having sex on the bleachers at Wisconsin State Fair
Robert Beasley, 28, and Desiree Anderson, also 28, were filmed engaging in the lewd act on the bleachers at the State Fair Park in Milwaukee on Saturday.A horrified bystander filmed them and shared the footage on social media. After realizing he was being filmed, Beasley continued thrusting and waved when the person behind the camera told him to 'say hi to mom'.
Roll up, roll up! The Snow Sisters and The Wild Men of Borneo who earned a fortune in the US as stars of 19th century freak shows are revealed in rare photos
Black-and-white photographs of the performers show 'Aztec' children, obese boxing sisters and dozens of others made famous in the 'freak show' circuit in the 19th Century. Exhibitions of unique siblings as live human curiosities can be traced back as far as the 17th Century when Italian conjoined twins, Lazarus and Joannes Colloredo toured Europe - even visiting the court of Charles I of England. Although little-known today, many of the performers went on to become famous stars of their generation and traveled the world meeting royalty. Victorians were fascinated by the unique families, who gained fame and wealth by traveling across the United States and Europe as part of circus sideshows.
Son of Sam speaks out: Notorious NYC serial killer reveals 'There was a battle going on inside of me' as he marks the 40th anniversary of his arrest and admits he HATES his notorious label
On the fortieth anniversary of his arrest, the 'Son of Sam' is returning to reveal all about what led him to commit the serial killings and shootings that held New York City in captive terror for a year. In the CBS News special, 'Son of Sam: The Killer Speaks,' airing August 11 at 10pm, WCBS anchor Maurice DuBois sits down with convicted serial killer David Berkowitz to talk about the circumstances that led to his 1976 to 1977 murder spree and what life in prison is like as Berkowitz serves his six consecutive life sentences - one for each of the people he killed. Berkowitz, also known as the '.44 Caliber Killer,' so named for his choice of murder weapon, was arrested on August 10, 1977 at age 24, following one of the biggest manhunts the city had ever seen. DuBois' interview with Berkowitz, 64, was conducted at the Shawangunk Correctional Facility in Wallkill, New York. According to a CBS media announcement, it is Berkowitz's first major TV interview in 10 years.
A pair of Indiana officers could be facing disciplinary action after they were caught sleeping on the job. Photos emerged on Facebook (pictured and inset) of members of the Richmond Police Department, in uniform, sleeping in their patrol car in a local cemetery on Saturday morning. The original post included a geotag indicating the images were taken at Saint Andrews Cemetery, 1701 Liberty Avenue, with the cruiser parked along one of the cemetery's roads around 8am. Richmond Police Chief Jim Branum said the RPD plans to launch an internal investigation on the matter. The original poster did not indicate whether she tried to wake up the officers - one male and one female - but stated in comments on the post that she saw the car parked with the engine running for more than two hours before she took the photos.
Couple carry their 15-month-old daughter in a BACKPACK on year-long trek 2,200 miles through 14 states so that she will be the youngest ever to complete the Appalachian Trail
Little Ellie Quirin is thought to be youngest person to have ever hike the trail which stretches 2,200 miles and spans 14 states. Her parents, Bekah and Derrick Quirin, both 25, set off on March 27 with their baby girl in their backpack. The couple, who take it in turns to carry Ellie, say they wanted to introduce their child to nature as soon as possible. 'Time flies so much faster after you have kids. People always say, 'I wish time could slow down.' This is the best way I can think of to do that.' Bekah told Outside.
'I do stack my dates, I'm very time-oriented': Man who scheduled six dates in one night defends himself after the women sought revenge and ditched him for a girls' night
Justin Schweiger found himself in hot water after the six women he scheduled dates with in Washington DC on Sunday realized his plan and sought revenge. The saga quickly went viral when one of the women he had met started live tweeting the bizarre chain of events from inside the bar. In an interview with Inside Edition set to air Thursday, the busy lothario defended his actions. He claimed he was very 'time-oriented'.
Why you should NEVER put your feet on the dashboard: Woman reveals harrowing injuries from minor crash that she could have survived unscathed
Audra Tatum, her husband and her 10-year-old daughter were driving down a back road in Chickamauga, Georgia at 45 miles an hour in August 2015. The then-31-year-old was sitting in the passenger seat with her right leg crossed over her left, which she had a habit of doing despite her husband's protestations. Suddenly, a car pulled out in front of them. Audra's husband, Nick, smashed head-on into the driver's side of the other car. The impact of the crash was on Nick's side. But while he and their daughter survived with scratches and bruises, the air bag threw Audra's foot into her face, breaking her nose, ankle, and four parts of her femur. Today, she lives with two screws in her ankle, two in her hip, and two in her knee, and she cannot stand for more than four hours a day. Pictured: Audra in the car crash (left), in hospital (right), and more recently (inset).
A highway in Arkansas was forced to shut down for several hours after a truck crashed and dropped its load of frozen pizzas. An 18-wheeler containing thousands of DiGiorno and Tombstone frozen pizzas scraped a bridge and sliced open its trailer on Wednesday. It resulted in the pizzas being sprawled right across Interstate 30.
A century of pleasure! How female sex toys have evolved over the last 100 years, from the DRILL-like 'medical massagers' used in the '20s to the pocket-sized options favored today
A new video by Glamour looks at the last century of vibrators and dildos - from drill-like 'massagers' in the 1920s to barbershop tools in the 1940s and even the famous Rabbit in the 1980s. The list goes right up to today where teledildonics - toys that can be operated remotely via a data link - are all the rage.
The genius who came from dirt poverty to capture all our hearts: RAY CONNOLLY pays tribute to the Rhinestone Cowboy Glen Campbell
Glen Campbell, with his corn-fed looks, and lilting voice, was the perfect interpreter of the ordinary life put to music. Perhaps that was why one of his hits was Dreams Of The Everyday Housewife. His fans were everyday people who bought more than 45 million records over the singer's six-decade career - he had 12 gold albums and 75 chart hits. He sang of a working man stretching cables across the sky in Wichita Lineman, and a man's broken-hearted journey from city to city as he leaves the women he loves in By The Time I Get To Phoenix. The pictures he painted may have been of the American West, but emotions are the same the world over, and Glen Campbell could convey feelings like few others.
'Don't shoot Bigfoot!': Police in South Carolina issue warning NOT to tackle sasquatch after a spate of 'sightings' of the beast
Police in South Carolina are warning cryptozoology enthusiasts who think they've spotted Bigfoot, not to take potshots at the creature. The Greenville Police Department, in Greenville, South Carolina, posted the warning on its Facebook page on Tuesday morning, the day after a report surfaced about an alleged Bigfoot close encounter in neighboring North Carolina. The police Facebook post was equal parts poking fun and straight up 'don't shoot!' safety advice for its community. The Greenville police's Bigfoot warning went up the day after reports revealed that a member of a Bigfoot-watching group claimed to have had an encounter with a 'large bipedal animal covered in hair,' on Friday night at about 11pm, in a wooded area in North Carolina's McDowell County.
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Don't be too ruff with them, my deer! Giant elk makes friends with a pair of small yapping dogs after visiting their back yard
This is the charming moment a pair of small dogs yap playfully at a large elk sporting massive antlers who has wandered into their back yard somewhere in North America. During the minute-long video, the elk can be seen leaping while the dogs make sure they stay clear of their friend's antlers.
Jeremy Romero was going fishing when he saw the dog struggling along the banks of the Rock River, Illinois. 'I didn't think anything of it until I got closer and heard him whining,' he said. In Romero's cell phone video, the black dog can be seen with all four legs stuck below the surfaced of the mud.
Researchers based at NASA's Ames Research Center in Silicon Valley, California, have used the hyperwall - a 10 by 23-foot, 128-screen display - to discover new ocean features and their effect on the larger ocean system. By switching the hyperwall view from one image of the globe to displays of specific regions, properties such as temperature, surface wind stress, density and surface water speeds are revealed through high-contrast color changes. The hyerpwall is paired up with the Pleiades supercomputer, which provides the simulations that are visualized on the wall. Pictured is part of a visualization, showing the Loop Current: The origin of the Gulf Stream. Surface water speeds are shown ranging from 0 meters per second (dark blue) to 1.25 meters per second (cyan).
Now that's a doggy paddle! Adorable black Labrador splashes around having the time of her life in a backyard pool
Teal the black Labrador is really good at swimming, and even better at splashing. An adorable video posted online shows the dog making a wet mess in a plastic pool in Lake Moses, Washington. Teal splashes around the pool, swims in circles, and even sticks her tongue out. At one point she even stands up on her hind legs to show how much fun she's having.