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Yoga instructor, 35, is found alive after going missing for two weeks while hiking in

Amanda Eller (center, just after she was found safe on Friday), the 35-year-old yoga instructor who had been missing for two weeks has been found safe, according to Hawaii officials. Eller went missing on May 8 while hiking in the Makawao Forest Reserve (inset) trail in Maui. On Friday evening, helicopter search crews spotted Eller lying in a stream bed around 5pm local time. 'She was not injured. She has a little bit of exposure from the sun, a little bit of sunburn. She lost her shoes a few days in. But no injuries,’ one rescuer said. Sarah Haynes, Eller's friend who ran the 'Find Amanda' Facebook page, said Eller (left, before she went missing) survived 17 days off of water and plants. As soon as the crew got her into the helicopter she was able to speak to her father and give her family the much needed relief of their daughter being found alive. Once rescuers landed, Eller was taken to Maui Memorial Hospital by an ambulance. Surveillance footage taken from a grocery store shows her just before she went missing, wearing the same white shirt she was found in.

Man claims he's living in fear of MS-13 after lying about stealing a brick of heroin on

A Tennessee man who tweeted out an elaborate, viral tale about the time he stole a brick of heroin from MS-13 is now claiming that the story was a lie and has started a fundraiser to help him go into hiding because he fears for his life. Shane Morris, a web developer from Nashville, Tennessee, took to Twitter Monday night with a 109-tweet thread recounting a road trip he took with a friend. 'Y'all wanna hear a story about the time I accidentally transported a brick of heroin from Los Angeles to Seattle? I bet. Alright, let's do this...' Morris tweeted.

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US District Judge Haywood Gilliam Jr (pictured), of California, has blocked Trump from building sections of his border wall with money secured under his national emergency in February.

FILE - In this July 18, 2018, file photo, United Airlines commercial jets sit at a gate at Terminal C of Newark Liberty International Airport in Newark, N.J. United Airlines is canceling another month's worth of flights with Boeing 737 Max planes that were grounded after two deadly accidents. United said Friday, May 24, 2019,  it has removed the Max from its schedule through Aug. 3 and will cancel about 2,400 flights in June and July as a result. It had previously canceled all Max flights through early July. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez, File)

Boeing shares dropped 0.56 percent to $353 Friday after the SEC investigation was reported Friday but later in the afternoon they were back up by 1.2 percent to $354.72.

Donald and Melania Trump honored in Tokyo as first official foreign guests of new emperor

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump have arrived in Tokyo, Japan to meet with the nation's new emperor and empress. The first couple landed just after 5 pm local time and were greeted on the tarmac by Japanese foreign affairs minister, Taro Kono, after 16 hours of flights. President Trump is now addressing Japanese business leaders, including representatives for Toyota and SoftBank. 'Here we are. We just walked off the plane, and here we are,' President Trump told them as he began his remarks.

Elegance Wooley was expelled from Northern Light School in California on April 2, just days after Tiffany and Edward Wooley met with teachers about alleged bullying by two fourth grade girls.

Mansion where mom and her two daughters were found shot dead hits the market for $975,000

The Texas mansion where Nichol Olsen, 37, and her daughters, Alexa Montez, 16, and 10-year-old London Bribiescas, were found shot to death, has hit the market for $975,000. Olsen, and her daughters were found in a pool of blood in their San Antonio home in January. The Anaqua Springs Ranch home, which is owned by Charles Wheeler, Olsen's boyfriend, made its debut on Realtor.com on Thursday. According to the website, the 4,500 square-foot home sits on 2.7 acres of land and features four beds and 4.5 baths. Inside the gated front entry is a courtyard that's complete with a walk-in pool and spa, an outdoor kitchen and waterfall. The home, which was built in 2008, also has a three-car garage and a game room. Olsen and her two daughters were discovered by Wheeler on January 10. All three suffered gunshot wounds. The Bexar County Medical Examiner ruled that London and Alexa were murdered and that their mother had committed suicide. But the Bexar County Sheriff's Office is continuing their own investigation and said Wheeler remains a person of interest to this day.

Woman, 23, has alleged she was gang-raped by at least two males students and assaulted by two others at St Andrews University charity fashion show. Kate Middleton caught William's eye there in 2002.

John Pinto, a World War II Navajo Code Talker who served in the Marines and became one of the nation's longest serving Native American elected officials as a New Mexico state senator, has died at 94.

Puerto Rican track star Alexander Greaux-Gomez, 41, was found guilty Wednesday on charges of sexual enticement of a minor and transporting a minor with intent to engage in sexual conduct.

Defiant Jayme Closs uses her impact statement to slam Jake Patterson for 'stealing everything from her but her freedom' as he is sentenced to life without parole for kidnapping her for 88 days and killing her parents 

Jayme Closs, the 13-year-old girl held captive for 88 days in Wisconsin before making a daring escape, says the man who kidnapped her and killed her parents had tried to 'own her' but she was smarter and braver. The teenager's attorney read a victim impact statement on her behalf as her kidnapper, 21-year-old Jake Patterson, was sentenced to life in prison without parole on Friday in Barron County in northern Wisconsin. Patterson, who was described by the judge during his sentencing as 'the embodiment of evil, had pleaded guilty to abducting Jayme after brutally killing her parents, James and Denise Closs, at the family's home near the small town of Barron, about 90 miles northeast of Minneapolis, on October 15 last year. He admitted concocting a plan to kidnap the 13-year-old girl, who he had never met, after seeing her get off a school bus near her home. Patterson held her captive in his rural cabin for three months and forced her to stay under his bed for hours without food or water. Jayme, who did not appear in court, described the night her parents were killed as a 'horrifying memory' that has left her too scared to go out in public and unable to visit her family home. 

Distraught man, 36, kills himself after his service dog was mauled to death by an

A distraught man has taken his own life just one day after his beloved service dog was killed by an alligator.  Andrew Epp (left), 36, was found dead last Saturday, less than 24 hours after his chocolate colored lab, Java (top right), was mauled to death by the reptile at Dog Leg Park in Palmetto, Florida.   Epp, who suffered from mental health problems, was outside a fenced area of the park (bottom right) with Java on Friday May 17, before the pup came loose from his leash. 

It is well known that people who sleep fewer than five hours a night can expect memory problems but a UCL study found the same effects in those who get a healthy-sounding nine hours a night.

The SNL alumnus got bad news earlier this week when Nielsen data showed Stephen Colbert had beat him in the ratings for an entire season. A shakeup in Tonight Show leadership further threatens him.

Three California parents pleaded guilty in Federal court to charges in college cheating

Three California parents have pleaded guilty to federal charges stemming from the college admissions cheating scheme. Jane Buckingham, 50 (left and inset), Marjorie Klapper, 50 (top right), of Menlo Park, California, and Robert Flaxman, 62 (bottom right), of Laguna Beach, California, pleaded guilty Friday to one count each of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud for paying to cheat for their children's college entrance exams. The three parents pleaded guilty in federal court in Boston, in front of U.S. District Court Judge Indira Talwani, who also set their sentencing hearings, authorities said in a media alert. Klapper will be sentenced on October 16, Flaxman on October 18 and Buckingham on October 23. During Friday's hearing, youth marketing executive and self-help book author Buckingham, acknowledged that she had agreed to pay Singer $50,000 to have Mark Riddell, a Florida private school counselor, take the ACT for her son. 

Marvelyne Lamy, who teaches the seventh grade at the Davis Leadership Academy in Dorchester, said that her students had been ‘racially profiled’ during an excursion to the museum on May 14.

'Liberals bully Trump supporters!' Kanye West claims people who voted for the President are 'treated like enemies of America' and says he wears a MAGA hat to break the stigma

Kanye West (left) claims in his forthcoming appearance on My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman (inset) that 'Liberals bully people who are Trump supporters'. The musician is interviewed by the legendary late night talk show host for Season 2 of his Netflix original which drops next Friday. West gets into talking about President Donald Trump on the Emmy-nominated show and compares his 'fear' of being a man during the #MeToo era to being a fan of the 45th president and says wearing a MAGA hat (right) was 'not about politics' but to break the stigma.

Fears for 'dehydrated' Jerry Nadler, 71, as he zones out and slumps over in his chair at press conference alongside a concerned Bill de Blasio, before being rushed into an ambulance 

Jerry Nadler, the House Democratic chair, appeared to almost collapse when he slumped and said he was unwell as he sat beside New York mayor Bill de Blasio at a press conference in the city. The 71-year-old, a frequent target for Donald Trump, was put on a stretcher and taken to a waiting ambulance for treatment for 'dehydration.' His spokesperson said he was 'responsive and receiving a check-up.' It was unclear if he had been taken to hospital for medical attention.

He picked the wrong store! Moment hatchet-wielding robber drops to his knees and pleads for forgiveness after the cashier calmly pulls out a handgun

Police released surveillance footage on Friday of the April 28 attempted robbery that took place around 1am at an Oak Grove Plaid Pantry in Portland, Oregon. The video shows a ski-mask-wearing robber pacing on the sidewalk outside of the store before entering and approaching the counter. He pulls a hatchet out of his pocket as he confronts the cashier on duty. Seconds later, the clerk calmly pulls a handgun and aims it at the robber.

Amal Clooney is working with 23-year-old Nadia Murad, who says she was captured by ISIS fighters and sold as a sex slave in 2014. She hopes to bring the case to the Hague.

The internet giant is currently conducting a study as part of Amazon Body Labs that seeks to 'learn about diversity among body shapes' by collecting 3D scans of participants' bodies.

New documentary shows how cold-blooded killer tried to ACT his way out of double murder charges after shooting dead and beheading a friend to steal money to fund his wedding then trying to cover it up by killing the victim's classmate 

Juri 'Julie' Kibuishi, 23 (right bottom) was found dead at the apartment of her friend Sam Herr (left bottom), 26, in Costa Mesa, California, in May 2010. Authorities believed Herr, 26, had raped and killed Kibuishi before fleeing. They later discovered the true killer was Herr's friend and neighbor, Daniel Wozniak (right and left, in interrogation). Prosecutors argued that the struggling actor killed Herr to steal the $60,000 he made while serving in Afghanistan and then killed Kibuishi as a cover-up. The money was allegedly to pay for Wozniak's wedding and honeymoon. Wozniak, 35, was found guilty on two counts of first degree murder and sentenced to death. His fiancée, Rachel Buffett, was found guilty of being an accessory after the fact and was sentenced to 44 months in jail.

Police are searching for a man who stole a guitar from a Vegas store on May 3. A photo of the suspect caught the eye of internet users who compared him to a goofy character from the movie 'Wayne's World'.

Missing couple found dead in submerged car brings death toll to 9 from storms

The bodies of John Reinhardt (right), 20, and Caitlin Frangel (left), 19, were discovered Friday in a submerged vehicle near the Mississippi River in Missouri, bringing the death toll to nine from storms that have ravaged the central US this week and threaten major flooding through the holiday weekend. They were reported missing on May 15. Their bodies were found around 4am on a flooded rural road that runs along the river at Portage Des Sioux, about 40 miles north of St Louis. Missouri State Highway Patrol Trooper Dallas Thompson said an autopsy determined they both drowned. 'We believe they went into it in the dark, not knowing the roadway was flooded, and they were unable to get out,' Thompson said. On Friday, authorities reported that an elderly couple was hurled 600ft from their home and another woman died in her mobile home when tornadoes ripped through the state. Kenneth Harris, 86, and his wife Opal, 83, were discovered hundreds of feet from their home in Golden City, while Betty Berg, 56, died when her tiny house was wrecked on Thursday. The Midwest storms killed another two people in Missouri earlier this week, as well as one death in Oklahoma and another in Iowa. Heavy rain in recent weeks has spurred major flooding in several states.

The tech giant signed an agreement this week with the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), a UK watchdog, that it would be 'clearer and more upfront' with users in the future.

Scientists say they have vastly improved duration limits on ultra-high-speed cameras fast enough to track pulses of light. New technology more than doubles previous iterations.

Luann de Lesseps in the Hamptons as she is seen for the first time since being handcuffed

Troubled reality TV star Luann de Lesseps was seen in The Hamptons the day after her dramatic day in court. The 54-year-old star of The Real Housewives of New York - also known as The Countess - returned to her home in Sag Harbor on Long Island in New York immediately after her probation violation hearing in Palm Beach. On Friday morning was seen picking up groceries with an unidentified male companion, who stayed out of the photographs.

Utah judge suspended for making anti-Trump comments

Judge Michael Kwan's posts on Facebook and LinkedIn in 2016-2017 violated the judicial code of conduct and diminished 'the reputation of our entire judiciary,' wrote Utah State Supreme Court Justice John A. Pearce in an opinion posted Wednesday. Kwan's Facebook account was private but could have been shared by friends, Pearce wrote. Kwan has been a justice court judge in the Salt Lake City suburb of Taylorsville since 1998. He deals with misdemeanor cases, violations of ordinances and small claims. It's unknown what Kwan's political affiliation is because he chooses to keep his voter registration private. On Inauguration Day in 2016, Kwan posted: 'Welcome to governing. Will you dig your heels in and spend the next four years undermining our country's reputation and standing in the world? . . . Will you continue to demonstrate your inability to govern and political incompetence?' The next month, he posted: 'Welcome to the beginning of the fascist takeover. . . We need to be diligent in questioning Congressional Republicans if they are going to be the American Reichstag and refuse to stand up for the Constitution.'

As a result of a compromised port, hackers could steal a wide range of data, including your texts, emails, photos and contacts, among other things.

Lake Tahoe's famed water gets clearer after all-time low

The clarity of Lake Tahoe's cobalt blue water improved last year from its worst level in a half-century after weather and runoff returned to more normal conditions at the alpine lake straddling the California-Nevada line. A dinner plate-sized disc used to measure clarity was visible at an average depth of 70.9 feet (21.6 meters) in 2018, scientists at the University of California, Davis, Tahoe Environmental Research Center said Thursday. That's an improvement of 10.5 feet (3.2 meters) from 2017 when a winter with unusually heavy snow followed years of drought, sending sediment into the scenic lake known for its pine tree-lined beaches and ski resorts.

Gretchen Ryan joined South African Airways in 1983, when she was 22, and was with the airline for ten years. She reveals some of the extraordinary sights she saw during that time.

Noah's Ark attraction is damaged by RAIN - but insurers refuse to cover the $1million

The owners of the Ark Encounter attraction in Williamstown, Kentucky say in a federal lawsuit that heavy rains in 2017 and 2018 caused a landslide on its access road. The religious tourist destination's insurance carriers refused to cover the damage. The 510-foot-long wooden ark has been a popular northern Kentucky attraction since its 2016 opening. The lawsuit says the road has been rebuilt. The ark was not damaged. The suit names Allied World Assurance Co. Holdings of Switzerland, its use company and three other insurance carriers as defendants. Ark Encounter seeks compensatory and punitive damages. The Swiss company hasn't responded in court filings.

'Can you please return this for me?' Fed-up Amazon Prime member confronts Jeff Bezos with a package during his speech at a shareholder's meeting after she tried and failed to send it back four times 

This is the awkward moment a woman tried to return a package to Amazon during a shareholder meeting because she'd tried four times already and failed. Video from the Seattle, Washington event on Wednesday shows shareholder Evie Schwerin (pictured bottom left) standing to ask the trillion-dollar company's founder Jeff Bezos (pictured) an important question. However the lady the red shocks and tickles the audience as she says to the richest man in the world: 'Can you please return this for me?'

Fugitive Jose Simms is wanted after failing to appear in court on charges that range from breach of peace to risk of injury to a child and Connecticut police said Friday he could be in New York.

Due to the high levels of omega-3 fatty acids, the tissue works as both an anti-inflammatory and an antibiotic, helping skin heal and protect itself from infection. They also require no sedation.

Man, 22, is found guilty of raping and murdering his high school friend, 19, after he was caught on camera dragging her body into woods and despite his claims she died during consensual sex 

A Maine man was found guilty of raping and killing his high school friend at a playground after being caught on camera dragging her body into the woods. Jalique Keene, 22, of Bar Harbor, Maine, was found guilty of gross sexual assault and murder Friday following a four day trial for the June 2018 death of his high school friend, Mikaela Conley, 19, the Bangor Daily News reported. Keene, a star running back, and Conley were schoolmates at Mount Desert Island High School. He graduated in 2015, while Conley was still a sophomore.Police said that on May 31, 2018, Conley had gone to pick up Keene from a Boston airport after he flew back from playing amateur football in Serbia. They were said to have arrived back in Bar Harbor on June 1 at 1am, at which point they walked to the playground near Conley's home.

The latest gray whale carcass was found yesterday afternoon at Point Reyes National Seashore, near Limantour Beach, becoming the 54th dead or dying gray whale to wash-up this spring.

The rules were posted to US-based Facebook page 'That's it, I'm wedding shaming', by an anonymous guest who revealed it had been posted to a wedding planning group.

Margot Robbie recreates Sharon Tate's 1968 Cannes Film Festival hairstyle

The 28-year-old, who plays Tate in Quentin Tarantino‘s upcoming film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, showed up to the film's photocall at the Cannes Film Festival on Wednesday sporting a middle part and two loose braids on each side of her head. Tate wore the ethereal hairstyle in Cannes just one year before she was brutally murdered by Charles Manson's followers in 1969. The late actress was eight-and-a-half months pregnant with her and her husband Roman Polanski's first child when she was stabbed to death at the age of 26. Robbie spoke with Tate's family and friends to prepare for the role, including her sister Debra Tate.

Jeremiah Horton, 18, was sentenced on Thursday at Hamilton County Common Pleas Court in Cincinnati, after pleading guilty last month to a felony child pornography charge.

Beauty blogger Tiffany Lynette Davis shared a step-by-step video tutorial of how she used the gadget, which retails on Amazon for $4,99, to Instagram on Thursday, May 9.

History teacher is suspended after creepy video emerges of him touching female student inappropriately in class by stroking her back and snaking his arm around her waist

An Illinois high school history teacher has been suspended after a video showing him rubbing the back and grabbing the waist of a teenage female student went viral. In the video filmed on Monday, Travis Holland can be seen rubbing his hand up and down the back of a teenage girl in a classroom at Eagerville Highschool. Holland’s hand then slowly motions down towards her lower back, then across to her waist, where the teacher and school’s baseball coach appears to pull her in closer towards him.

JPMorgan Chase cut ties with Purdue Pharma to prevent any damage to the bank's reputation over involvement with the pharmaceutical giant and its alleged role in the US opioid epidemic

JPMorgan Chase & Co has cut ties with Purdue Pharma, the pharmaceutical company and maker of the addictive painkiller OxyContin, to protect damage to its reputation.

Trump's 'friend' Boris Johnson leads the race to replace British PM Theresa May following her tearful resignation, and insists the UK WILL leave the EU in October 

Setting out his pitch to be leader just hours after Theresa May announced her departure (pictured), the UK's former foreign secretary said it was time to ‘put Brexit to bed’. Mr Johnson is the early favourite to take over, but he faces a mounting ‘Stop Boris’ campaign from MPs who oppose him. At an economic conference in Switzerland, he yesterday ruled out any further delays beyond the end of October, when the latest extension is due to expire. He said: ‘We will leave the EU on October 31, deal or no deal.’ But Mr Johnson risks creating a hostage to fortune because he could be forced to call a general election to deliver on his promise. Dominic Grieve yesterday threatened that he and other Tory MPs could help sink a Johnson-led government that pursued No Deal.

The PM announced her departure in an emotional statement on the steps of Downing Street after meeting Tory backbench chief Sir Graham Brady and giving the news to her staff behind closed doors.

Theresa May 's resignation may have made a no-deal Brexit impossible to stop, Spain has warned. A government spokeswoman said: 'A hard Brexit appears to be a reality.'

Meghan's mission to be Made In Chelsea: Was marrying Harry a happy coincidence?

Not long before she was introduced to her Prince, you could find her cosying up to a male model on the red carpet, flirting on social media with a former X Factor winner and deliberating whether to go on a date with footballer Ashley Cole (top right). Of course, hanging out with D-listers was never really going to be the right fit for ambitious and sophisticated Meghan Markle. But her determination to climb the celebrity ladder — and to jettison anyone who did not fit into the parameters of her new persona — provides a fascinating insight into Meghan’s mindset. Pictured: Model Oliver Cheshire and Meghan on the red carpet in 2013 (left); Meghan riding bikes with her once close friend Millie Mackintosh; Meghan being interviewed by Lizzie Cundy in 2013, the presenter says the Duchess 'ghosted' her; Meghan complimented x Factor winner Matt Cardle (bottom right).

EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who sealed their blossoming romance with a trip to Botswana, are firming up plans to return to Africa.

The Queen is said to be 'deeply upset' after loyal her loyal housekeeper, Annette Wilkin, died suddenly of a short illness aged 72. She served for 40 years at Windsor Castle.

Outraged US tourists are hit with $935 bill for calamari and beers in Mykonos

An American soldier and his friends were left aghast after being presented with a staggering $935 check for a modest lunch of calamari, salads and beers in Greece. Francisco Tajeda (pictured bottom left), 38, from Brooklyn, revealed on TripAdvisor how staff at the DK Oyster restaurant in Mykonos (owner Dimitris Kalamaras shown left) refused to give their party a menu or show them prices, before surprising them with the final tab. A member of New York's 69th Infantry Regiment, Francisco said he couldn't believe his eyes when he realized they'd been charged $661.41 (€591) for six plates of calamari and $167.87 (€150) for six beers - an eye-watering $27.97 per drink

Family dog is shot twice as she leapt to defend her owners and their three children who were held at gunpoint during home invasion

The unnamed pooch was struck in the paw trying to defend its family from the home invaders who were holding the father inside the house at gunpoint at just after 1am Friday. Members of the family inside the house were told to stay in their rooms after the intruders broke in through the back door, but a 17-year-old managed to escape through their bedroom window and run for help. The intruders ransacked the home but the dog leaped to the rescue trying to protect her owners, police said. The gunmen shot at the dog twice, hitting her once.

Carleigh Hager, of Indiana, USA, met her ex-boyfriend Ryan Cameron in September 2015. When they moved in together, he became possessive and refused to let her friends visit their house.

New letter exposes Consuelo Vanderbilt of Blenheim and calls her husband's heirs into

A never-before published letter details how Consuelo (left) told the Duke (bottom right with a friend and Consuelo), just a few years into their marriage, that she was deeply in love with New York socialite Winthrop Rutherford (inset). The letter overturns the shockingly dishonest account of the marriage that Consuelo gave in her memoir, The Glitter And The Gold. The Duke, for his part, was also in love with someone else, but married Consuelo, with the approval of his family, because they were on their uppers and the vast income the marriage guaranteed meant that Blenheim (top right) would be saved for future generations. The union was a disaster and the couple, who had two sons, separated after 11 years.

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'Daddy, I love you': Last words of girl, eight, before her father strangled her to death

Timothy Jones Jr. is on trial for the murders of his five children in Lexington, Kentucky, in 2014. He first killed his six-year-old son, Nahtahn, (bottom second left) in a rage because he had broken an electricity outlet, beating him then claiming to find him dead in his bed. Next, he strangled his son Elias, seven, bottom right) with his hands, in front of his eight-year-old daughter Merah (main, right). He then killed two-year-old Gabriel (inset bottom left).

At least 13 people including an eight-year-old girl were wounded in the suspected terrorist attack in Lyon today, with police hunting a man in his 30s seen placing a bag on the ground moments before.

A college fire in India has claimed at least 19 lives in the Sarthana area of Surat. About 20 people are currently being treated in hospital and mortality figures are expected to rise.

Avengers: Endgame, is expected to end with a final gross $850 million domestically, which won't be enough to take the top spot at the North America box office from Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

One of Apple's earliest computers launched in 1976 sells at auction for £371,000

The Apple 1 model (main), which is extraordinarily still functioning to this day, was bought at an auction house in London yesterday. When it first hit US shelves more than forty years ago it cost $666.66 (£525) - equivalent to £3,500 in today's money. The model, widely regarded as the first personal computer, has a minuscule 4KB memory and a 1MHz processor (inset). Designed by inventors Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, it was billed as an 'extremely powerful system for anything from developing programs to playing games.'

Stephen Hsu, co-founder of Genomic Prediction at Michigan State University, insists that, while it is currently not allowed in many countries including the US and the UK, we will soon come around.

Ian Sohn, the president of Wunderman Chicago, wrote an essay that has gone viral on LinkedIn, in which he encouraged his employees to not apologize for balancing work and personal lives.

Security camera footage shows the 16-year-old feline called Tigger being encircled by the wild canines on a driveway in Azusa County, Los Angeles on Thursday night.

Swastikas and graffiti painted on Vietnam vet monument on UMass-Boston's campus before

Repair workers had just finished refurbishing the Dorchester Vietnam Veterans Memorial (left) inside Memorial Park on the University of Massachusetts at Boston's campus on Wednesday after someone defaced the site back in October. Then on Thursday, the memorial was found vandalized (top right) for the second time in less than a year. City employees and University of Massachusetts staffers were among a group of volunteers who cleaned up the site (bottom right) and fixed the latest damage Friday morning.

San Pasqual High School in California on Monday released its 2018-2019 yearbook, which featured six of its seven World Language teachers sporting Mexican-style attire.

Oak Park and River Forest High School is reprinting its yearbooks after staff found 18 photos of students making an upside-down OK sign. The hand gesture is often used by far-right groups.

NASCAR champ Dale Earnhardt Jr. wants Matt Damon to play him in a movie and is planning

NASCAR champion Dale Earnhardt Jr. (pictured left with wife Amy and their daughter Isla) wants his autobiography 'Racing To The Finish' turned into a movie with actor Matt Damon (pictured lower right) playing him, revealed wanting a second child and that Amy threatened to ditch him if he did not not quit his 30-a-day cigarette habit. Earnhardt Jr., 44, of Mooresville, North Carolina, will appear alongside Damon at the Indy 500 car race on Sunday, May 26. Worth an estimated $400 million, he said Isla was his proudest achievement but hopes she can have a sibling. He told DailyMail.com his only regret was his father Dale Earnhardt Sr. (pictured with Earnhardt Jr. above right) was not alive to meet her. Earnhardt Sr., nicknamed 'The Initimidator', died from a fractured skull when his car crashed during the Daytona 500 race on February 18, 2001.

In this May 15, 2019, photo, people stand near the ocean at Kailua Beach Park in Kailua, Hawaii. In Kailua, the sand is soft and white, the water is clear and calm, and the view is exactly what you might expect from a beach in the Hawaiian Islands. Those are among the reasons the beach has been selected as the best stretch of sand on an annual list of top U.S. beaches. Stephen Leatherman, a coastal scientist and professor at Florida International University, has been drafting the list under the alias "Dr. Beach" since 1991. (AP Photo/Caleb Jones)

The beach in Oahu has been selected as the best stretch of sand by Stephen Leatherman, a coastal scientist and professor at Florida International University, who compiles the annual 'Dr Beach' list.

A new study on 6,985 people over 50 found life purpose lowered their risk of early death. People with a sense of purpose are more likely to go to the doctor and engage in healthier habits.

Patrick Frazee was officially arraigned on six felony charges including first-degree murder in a Colorado courtroom on Friday, all related to the death of his former fiancee Kelsey Berreth.

Some 23 percent of Americans have to use their credit cards to cover basic necessities, including rent, utilities and groceries, according to a survey by CNBC Make It and Morning Consult.

Texas driver and his passenger die after trying to jump a drawbridge that had opened to allow a boat to pass before plummeting to the water below 

Louisiana State Police say it happened shortly after 2am on Friday at the Black Bayou Bridge about six miles south of Lake Charles. The pair were in a 2016 Chevrolet Cruze when they reached the pontoon bridge that had been closed to allow a boat to pass. According to witnesses, the driver push the barrier gate up to allow the car to pass and after stopping briefly they put the vehicle in reverse in an attempt to speed forward and jump the ramp.

New Jersey officials confirmed on Friday that a traveler at Newark Liberty International Airport on May 8 had measles, potentially exposing thousands, as outbreaks surge in New York City/

The 85 million American families that have pets are at a greater risk of developing IBS than are non-animal lovers, according to new East Tennessee State University research.

A former member of Keith Raniere's NXIVM sex cult says he could not get an erection for her initiation after her 18th birthday and struggled to perform on other occasions, Brooklyn Federal Court heard.

Drake fires back at daughter of Bucks owner after she trolled him with Pusha T t-shirt

Drake and the daughter of Milwaukee Bucks co-owner Wes Edens have been trading barbs while the rapper's favorite team, the Toronto Raptors, has taken a 3-2 lead in the Eastern Conference Finals. In response Drake's animated courtside antics during the Raptors' Game 4 win in Toronto on Tuesday, Mallory Edens was seen seated next to Green Bay Packers quarterback and Bucks minority owner Aaron Rodgers in a T-shirt emblazoned with the image of Pusha T, a rapper with whom Drake has feuded. Drake, who was named the Raptors' 'global ambassador' in 2013, reacted on social media by changing his Instagram profile picture to a photo of Edens. 'All is fair in war and war and trust me I'll still get you tickets to ovo fest,' Drake wrote on Instagram, referring to a music festival. Pusha T previously criticized Drake on his album, 'Daytona,' going so far as to accuse the Toronto native of abandoning his son. The Raptors currently lead the series 3-2 and have a chance to clinch an NBA Finals Berth with a win in Toronto in Saturday's Game 6. The Bucks won the first two games of the series, but are now on the brink of elimination. And as if that wasn't frustrating enough for Milwaukee fans, Drake spent most of Game 4 slapping fives with Raptors players, heckling Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo, and at one point giving Toronto coach Nick Nurse a quick back rub, all while toeing the sideline from his front-row seat. Bucks coach Mike Budenholzer complained about Drake's antics on Wednesday. 'There's certainly no place for fans and whatever it is exactly that Drake is for the Toronto Raptors to be on the court,' Budenholzer told reporters.

Rhiannon Lambert, a Harley Street based nutritionist said that people should focus on 'everything in moderation' and calorie-counting can lead to ignoring key components of nutrition.

Kenneth and Liv Hauge have accused Community Realty of housing discrimination after they were forced to leave their residence at the Evergreens complex in Fredericksburg.

Drivers in Nevada are able pay an extra $20 per year to customize their car with a pair of vanity plates - but a committee claims that some motorists take that liberty a little too far.

Couple recreates famous NBA moments for funny engagement photoshoot

Basketball superfan Andrew Rowan and his tolerant fiancée Zoe Tisshaw recently posed for engagement photos. Andrew thinks engagement photos are 'kinda stupid' but agreed to do them if Zoe would stick to his basketball theme. The Vancouver, Canada couple dressed in athleticwear and recreated some of Andrew's favorite NBA moments. They mimicked a photo of James dunking a ball for the Miami Heat while Wade stands in the fore grown. The couple also copied a photo of former Oklahoma City Thunder teammates Kevin Durant and James Harden celebrating with funny faces (left), and Vince Carter of Team USA dunking over the head of Team France's Frederic Weis (right)

In 1959, Yellowstone National Park shook violently for about 30 seconds. Geophysicists suggest that between June 2017 and March 2018 3,000 small quakes were a result of the earthquake.

The 'King of the Wire' and his sister will cross a wire 25 stories above the tourist hotspot on June 23. It will be Lijana's first stunt since she nearly died when an 8-person human pyramid collapsed in 2017.

Inside the 'creepy' Jehovah's Witnesses tunnels once used by thousands of worshipers

The religious group's headquarters was in Brooklyn Heights from 1909 to 2016. Tunnels were excavated under properties bought by the religious group, the first in the 1920s. Four more tunnels were constructed in the 1960s, after the Witnesses secured a property at 25 Columbia Heights that became their Watchtower headquarters building (pictured below left). In communication between the group and the Department of Transportation the tunnels were officially used as a pedestrian passageway to transport supplies.The tunnels were also used to house offices, a grocery store and laundromats, meals were also prepared.Former members say the tunnels were used for tasks performed by the elderly, 'privacy, security,' and were an easy way to navigate through buildings along with protection so you don't have to face 'the outside people.' Four of the five tunnels are now filled in after the Jehovah's Witnesses decided to relocate their HQ to upstate New York.

A 51-year-old white South African farmer activist has been found dead. Annette Kennealy was discovered in a pool of blood in the town of Louis Trichardt in Limpopo province.

LeBron James is extending his kindness to a teenager in the Dominican Republic who caught his attention after a video of the 13-year-old boy hitting a tough shot went viral this week.

Bali's Mount Agung erupts and volcanic ash spreads across the sky forcing flights to be

Mount Agung volcano (main), in Bali, erupted on Friday, spreading ash across the Indonesian island. Flights in and out of Bali airport have been cancelled. The eruption lasted four minutes and 30 seconds, lava was seen spurting out of the crater and down the slope for three kilometres. Volcanic ash rained (inset) and affected villages in the nearby regions of Karangasem and Bangli but No immediate evacuation was called as the villages are well within the safe zone.

It's been a busy week at the top of Everest with long queues of climbers trying to reach the summit

A traffic jam of hundreds of climbers in the Everest 'death zone' has been blamed for two of three new deaths - taking the death toll for this week to eight.

Claudia Patricia Gómez González crossed the the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas along with other migrants who were confronted by a Border Patrol agent in May 2018.

The satirical account is the work of London-based fashion fan Rebel Royale. It documents 'shoe-based offences' that are considered 'especially heinous' - and they truly are horrendous.

Jack Goodwin-Jones, 26, and Becky O'Connell, 25, from Sheffield, travel the world full time and share their adventures on Instagram. The couple admit they have to budget hard to fund adventures

Mailman celebrates with locals as he retires after almost 35 years

Pictured with locals in Marietta, Georgia, where he worked as a mailman for almost 35 years, Floyd Martin completed his final ever shift as a postal carrier on Wednesday, May 22. A few years after graduating high school in 1975, he took the postal service test, and eventually landed a job as a mailman. He has been serving the people in Marietta ever since, and has made a huge impact on locals in the area over the years. In order to celebrate his retirement, residents in the area came out to take photos with him, give him gifts and congratulate him on his achievement. Similarly, in order to help Floyd embark on his 'dream' trip to Hawaii, locals set up a Go Fund Me page, where over $18,000 has already been raised for the retiree.

Moby reveals he fed an underage Christina Ricci glasses of champagne backstage and then at

Moby has devoted a good portion of his new memoir to name dropping the celebrities he has rubbed elbows with over the years, including a few of his famous paramours. Among them is Christina Ricci, who Moby alleges he bonded with in 2000 after his final US tour date in Los Angeles. He writes that the actress came backstage after the show and he started pouring her champagne before they headed out for a night of dancing and drinking that ended with the two alone in his hotel room. What Moby fails to mention however is that Ricci was just 20 at the time, and therefore not of legal drinking age. He also neglects to point out that he filmed the music video for his song Natural Blues months prior with Ricci, an odd omission given that she is carrying his dead body for almost half of the video.

The USS Batfish, a 77-year-old submarine, was placed on display at the Muskogee's War Memorial Park in Oklahoma - a region that has experienced flash flooding and tornadoes this week.

'Curvy Wife Guy' Robbie Tripp has put out a rap song about 'chubby sexy' women

Robbie Tripp from Miami, Florida went viral in 2017 for writing about how much he loved his wife Sarah's curvy figure. Now he's released a music video and song called Chubby Sexy about his preferred body type. His swimsuit-clad wife stars in the video, dancing and hanging out by the pool with other plus-size models. Robbie says he wants the song to be a 'curvy girl anthem' for women who are confident with their bigger bodies. Lyrics include: 'Two hundred pounds, no flat tummy, she don't need a man — yeah she's chubby yummy'

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