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Celebrities At 2012 White House Correspondents' Association Dinner, Parties (PHOTOS)

Kelly Fisher | 29 April 2012 | Celebrity
For one weekend every year, Washington, D.C., becomes almost as star-studded as Hollywood. This year was no exception as celebrities flocked to the nation's capital for the 2012 White House Correspondents' Association Dinner. Stars, including Kim Kardashian, Lindsay Lohan, George Clooney, Kate Hudson, Reese Witherspoon and...

Britain's Got Talent Review: Malaki Comes Good After Wiping Tears Away (PHOTOS)

Caroline Frost | 28 April 2012 | UK Entertainment
Alesha Dixon revealed her soft side, running onto stage during BGT to comfort nine-year-old Malaki Paul, after he succumbed to nerves. Malaki showed that it’s hard enough being on stage belting out a Beyonce song on your own, let alone when you're nine. His mother had been concerned...

Mel Gibson On 'The Tonight Show': 'I've Got A Little Bit Of A Temper' (VIDEO)

Maggie Furlong | 28 April 2012 | Celebrity
Mel Gibson must know that the first step in changing your ways is admitting you have a problem. "Maybe you don't know this about me -- I've got a little bit of a temper," Gibson said with a laugh on "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno," referring to his...

British Soldier Killed Afghanistan Named As Michael Roland

Felicity A Morse | 28 April 2012 | UK
A British soldier shot dead in Afghanistan has been named as Michael Roland, a father of twins from Worthing, Sussex. He had been in Afghanistan for less than four weeks when he was shot during a patrol in the Nahr-e-Saraj North District of Helmand Province on Friday. The father was...

James Allen Manhunt: Search Widens After Violent Criminal 'Last Seen In Leeds'

Felicity A Morse | 28 April 2012 | UK
Fresh sightings of violent convicted criminal James Allen, suspected of killing two people in their own homes, have prompted police to widen the focus of a huge manhunt. James Allen, 35, was last seen in Leeds yesterday afternoon, West Yorkshire Police said, but he was also spotted in the city...

Police Confirm Gunshot Wounds Killed Man And Woman Found In House In Nottinghamshire

Felicity A Morse | 28 April 2012 | UK
A man and a woman whose bodies were found at a semi-detached house in Nottingham died from gunshot wounds, police have confirmed. Nottinghamshire Police are not looking for anyone else in connection with the deaths of the 64-year-old man and 31-year-old woman, who were discovered in the West Bridgford area...

The Voice Review: Ruth Brown Steals The First Live Show (PHOTOS)

Caroline Frost | 29 April 2012 | UK Entertainment
The Voice changed format again this weekend – no more spinning chairs, no sing-off battles, just singers giving it their best shot, with one in particular knocking it out of the park. It was up to the final act of the night, teenager Ruth Brown, to give us the...

Olympic Security: Army To Station Surface To Air Missiles On Residential Flats In Bow

Felicity A Morse | 28 April 2012 | UK
Soldiers and high velocity surface-to-air missiles are to be stationed on top of a block of residential flats to ward off airborne terror threats during the Olympics. Residents in the private, gated flats in Bow, east London, have received a leaflet warning them that a team of 10 soldiers and...

Olympic Cycling Favorite, 20-Year-Old Laura Trott, Inspires Britain With Incredible Story Of Triumph

Dominique Mosbergen | 28 April 2012 | Good News
From fighting for her life to becoming world champion, one British cyclist's journey to the Olympics is inspiring the country, the Mirror reports. When Laura Trott, who is from Hertfordshire, England, was born, her doctors told her parents that she was unlikely to make it. Born a month...

Mariah Carey, Nick Cannon Renew Wedding Vows

Kia Makarechi | 28 June 2012 | Celebrity
-- Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon say "I do" – again. A publicist for the pair says they renewed their vows Friday at the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France.

Malaysia Protests: Tear Gas And Water Cannons Fired At Bersih Pro-Democracy Demonstrators

Felicity A Morse | 28 April 2012 | UK
Malaysian demonstrators protesting against government corruption in Kuala Lumpur have had tear gas and water cannons fired at them by police, after officials took action against thousands of people participating in a peaceful protest. Around 222 protesters rallying for a free and fair election process have been arrested,...

"The Hobbit" Frames-Per-Second Drama: Peter Jackson Responds To Critics

Kia Makarechi | 28 April 2012 | Entertainment
Peter Jackson responded to critics who claim that filming "The Hobbit" at a higher than normal frame rate would make viewing the movie uncomfortable by reasserting his confidence in the new technology as the wave of the future. Jackson drew heat earlier this week after he debuted...

James Allen CCTV Images: Police Release Recent Pictures Of Suspected Killer

Felicity A Morse | 28 April 2012 | UK
Police have released news CCTV images of James Allen, the man suspected of killing two people in their own homes in Whitby and Middlesborough. The pictures show 35-year-old James Allen in Scarborough during the last week. Allen is the subject of a man huntfollowing the "brutal killings" of Julie Davison,...

Rat Bite Study Shows Rodent Owes 'Success' To Gnawing, Chewing Abilities

Jacqueline Howard | 29 April 2012 | Science
By: Wynne Parry, LiveScience Senior Writer Published: 04/27/2012 05:21 PM EDT on LiveScience Rats and their close relatives, including mice, make up nearly a quarter of known mammal species. New research offers a clue to these rodents' success: their bite. Rodents have evolved two feeding...

Manchester City V Manchester United: Edwin Van Der Sar Issues Carlos Tevez Warning

Samuel Luckhurst | 9 June 2013 | UK Sport
Former Manchester United goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar has warned his old club of Carlos Tevez's impact ahead of their Barclays Premier League title showdown with Manchester City tonight. City host United for what is the fourth derby of the season lying three points behind their rivals, but a win...

Ched Evans Applause: Rumours That Fans Would Clap Convicted Rapist Prove Unfounded

Felicity A Morse | 28 April 2012 | UK
Rumours that fans of former Sheffield United striker Ched Evans would applaud the convicted rapist during Saturday's match proved unfounded. Those sympathising with the convicted rapist said they would clap for 60 seconds during the 9th and 35th minute of the match, in recognition of the 35 goals he scored...

Subatomic Particle Discovery At CERN Confirms Knowledge About Quarks, Physicists Say

Jacqueline Howard | 30 April 2012 | Science
GENEVA -- European researchers say they have discovered a new subatomic particle that helps confirm our knowledge about how quarks bind – one of the basic forces in the shaping of matter. The European Organization for Nuclear Research, or CERN, said Friday the particle was discovered at one of CERN's...

Heathrow Queues: Immigration Minister Damian Green To Be Grilled After Olympics Concerns

Felicity A Morse | 28 April 2012 | UK
The long queues at Heathrow have now cleared, but with the Olympic games on the horizon, questions are being asked about the airport's ability to cope with increased traffic. Immigration Minister Damian Green is to be grilled by MPs about the chronic queues, after another passenger reported having...

Southampton Win Promotion To Premier League After Coventry Win

Paul Vale | 28 June 2012 | UK Sport
Southampton secured promotion to the Barclays Premier League with a 4-0 win over Coventry in front of a jubilant sell-out crowd at St Mary's. After enduring a nervy start in which Coventry created chances, Southampton took control of their fate with two goals in three minutes.

Yuval Diskin, Israel Former Intel Chief, Slams Netanyahu's Iran Stance

Eline Gordts | 28 June 2012 | World
JERUSALEM — The former head of Israel's Shin Bet security agency has accused the country's political leaders of exaggerating the effectiveness of a possible military attack on Iran, in a striking indication of Israel's turmoil over how to deal with the Iranian nuclear program. Yuval Diskin said Prime Minister Benjamin...
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