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GOP Representative Kat Cammack tweeted Thursday two images, one showing full shelves of baby formula and food from a processing center at the southern border and another showing empty shelves where baby formula was supposed to be at an American grocery store. 'The first photo is from this morning at the Ursula Processing Center at the U.S. border. Shelves and pallets packed with baby formula,' Cammack wrote. 'The second is from a shelf right here at home. Formula is scarce.' 'This is what America last looks like,' she added. This comes as President Joe Biden prepares to sit down with manufacturers and retailers to address the baby formula shortage as mothers and fathers scramble to find food for their infants. The White House released a statement Thursday afternoon detailing the president has directed his administration to ensure that infant formula is 'safe and available for families across the country'. 'Today, President Biden spoke with retailers and manufacturers, including Wal-Mart, Target, Reckitt, and Gerber, to discuss ways we can all work together to do more to help families access infant formula,' the statement details.

Zac Kriegman (left), a former director of data science at Thomson Reuters, claimed he was wrongfully fired from his job after sharing his research on race and police killings with colleagues. In the post he shared on the company's internal social media platform (top right) outlined his research that showed showed unarmed white people were more likely to be killed by cops than black people and that the Black Lives Matter movement allegedly caused the deaths of thousands. The Washington Post, which has led the effort to document fatal police shootings, found that since 2015, 3,024 white people have been killed by police and 1,596 black people have been killed (bottom-right). The findings highlight that black people were disproportionally affected by the shootings as they make up only 13 percent of the U.S. population, but Kriegman said the rhetoric was incomplete and when he tried proving it, he said he received backlash from fellow white co-workers.

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Concerned parents are begging the FDA to reopen the largest baby formula plant in the U.S. amid a nationwide shortage. Dozens of families have contacted detailing their struggles.

The FDA has authorized Lorals underwear as a device the can prevent the transmission of STIs. The panties can be worn by women while their partner performs oral sex, and they will still feel pleasure.

Russell Myers mades the comments during an interview with Australian news programme Today, and said aides will warn the couple 'not to even think' about using the Queen for Netflix.

Agrawal, 37, announced that Twitter will not be hiring new employees for the time being and may take back offers already out to prospective hires, according to an internal memo. On Thursday, head of consumer product Kayvon Beykpour announced he would be leaving the company, saying Agrawal 'asked me to leave after letting me know that he wants to take the team in a different direction.' Beykpour had been on paternity leave for some time. He had been with the company for seven years.

Republican lawmakers Marjorie Taylor Greene and Dan Crenshaw traded blows on Twitter as they renewed their bitter feud - this time over a Ukrainian aid bill that cost $40 billion.

On Tuesday Oregon mom Ashley Palmer, 31, carried out a murder-suicide of her and her two children Kayleana Beatrice Palmer, 6,  and son Xavier Rayvaughn Danger Palmer, 8, police said.

Serial rapist out on parole for sex attack is arrested after following woman into NYC apartment building and raping her at knifepoint in elevator

A serial rapist recently released on parole after 16 years in prison for a sex attack now stands accused of following a New York woman into the elevator at her apartment and raping her. The suspect identified as Ramon Rotestan, had been out on parole just six weeks before Monday's horrifying attack, after serving 16 years behind bars for a previous rape, The New York Post reported. He turned himself into cops on Thursday. Police said the suspect followed the woman into the elevator of her Bronx apartment building located in the area of Bolton Street and Lydig Avenue in Pelham Parkway. Video surveillance captured inside the elevator shows the knife-wielding suspect speaking to the victim before robbing and raping her at knifepoint. At one point when the elevator stops at the second floor, the suspect is seen looking directly into the camera before scoping out the area to ensure they were alone, before pulling out a condom and performing the violent sex act. The suspect robbed the woman, who appeared to hand over her wallet, of $112 before fleeing the scene.

During a press conference in Harlem Thursday, Mayor Eric Adams told reporters that he suspects the court will toss the century-old gun guidance.

A woman who says she lost her pregnancy as a result of injuries sustained during the Astroworld Festival crowd-crush is suing Travis Scott for the wrongful death of her unborn baby.

'Stay on the straight and narrow': What Vicky White told reformed ex-con hours before helping her inmate lover escape from prison and going on the run - as friend claims she would NEVER kill herself

Speaking exclusively to, Vicky White's lifelong friend Deborah Burbank spoke about the hours before Vicky went on the run. 'My daughter saw Vicky that morning and she said she acted like she always did,' Burbank said. She said her daughter had been in trouble with the law before and spent time in Lauderdale County Jail, where Vicky worked as a prison guard. Burbank said, 'Vicky spoke to my daughter and said how proud she was of her for getting her life back on track'. 'She said how important it was to stay on the straight and narrow,' she added. Hours later she broke inmate Casey White, 38, out of the jail and went on the run with him for 11 days, until they were captured Monday.

The Biden administration adamantly denied that its multi-million dollar harm reduction program would help dole out crack pipes to addicts, but smoking kits often include them.

TikTok is sued by family of Philly girl, 10, who died during dangerous 'blackout challenge': Lawsuit alleges game 'was thrust in front' of her by app's 'For You' page

The family of a 10-year-old girl who choked herself to death as part of a TikTok challenge is suing the video platform for negligence and having a 'defective design.' Nylah Anderson (left) of Philadelphia died was found unconscious in her mom's bedroom closet on December 7. She hung herself from a purse strap after seeing videos related to the 'blackout challenge' on the app's 'For You' page, according to a lawsuit filed Thursday in federal court in Pennsylvania. The challenge encourages users to asphyxiate themselves, pass out and regain consciousness on camera. Nylah's mother Tawainna says the company is to blame for her death because the content 'was thrust in front of' her. 'I cannot stop replaying this day in my head,' Tawainna said at a press conference Thursday. 'The unbreakable bond in our family is now shattered and void.' Last year, a 12-year-old boy died after using a shoelace to choke himself as part of the challenge.

Trump went after Pennsylvania Senate candidate Kathy Barnette after she surged in the polls to the No. 2 spot behind the candidate he endorsed, Dr. Mehmet Oz.

The chat show host, 43, has become pals with Harry and his wife Meghan Markle and lives just an hour and a half away from the couple's sprawling mansion in Montecito, California.

JAN MOIR: Some may regard it as a triumph for women's rights and feminism, but, truly, I can't think of anything more damaging to the long-term prospects of working women.

An Iowa teen charged in the vicious killing of his high school Spanish teacher will be charged as an adult, a judge revealed on Thursday, along with his 17-year-old classmate and accomplice. District Judge Shawn Showers denied the request for Willard Miller, 16, to be tried in the juvenile court. Miller faces first degree murder charges in the death of his 66-year-old teacher, Nohema Graber.

A U.S. court ruled the parody did not violate the rights of the 1978 classic's copyright although it has the same characters and a similar plot trajectory. It's unclear when the show will hit theaters once again.

Do Kwon, the mastermind behind failing cryptocurrencies TerraUSD and Luna, is drawing scrutiny and criticism after the collapse of his venture triggered a massive meltdown in the broader crypto market this week. Kwon, 29, is the brash CEO of Terraform Labs, the company behind the two related technologies: stablecoin TerraUSD, which is supposed to trade 1-to-1 with the US dollar, and governance token Luna, which is supposed to ensure the stable exchange rate. But after TerraUSD 'de-pegged' from the dollar this week, trading as low as 23 cents amid panicked selling, it triggered a broader meltdown that sent the largest cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, to its lowest level since 2020. Now, a columnist for industry news site CoinDesk is calling Kwon 'the Elizabeth Holmes of crypto' in a stinging comparison to the convicted fraudster who fleeced investors for billions.

Wall Street's prolonged plunge is beginning to raise Americans' concerns about their retirement savings, potentially pushing some to delay retirement as their account balances dwindle. So far this year, the benchmark S&P 500 has dropped 18 percent, wiping away $7 trillion in market value from the companies in the index. The Dow Jones Industrial average is down nearly 14 percent. Bonds, the traditional safe-haven of those approaching retirement age, have also fared poorly amid high inflation and rising interest rates, with Vanguard's Total Bond Market Index Fund losing more than 9 percent since the start of the year.

NEW Astrologer Rose Smith has revealed what the upcoming flower blood moon has in store for each star sign and warns the emotional impacts will be magnified by Mercury's retrograde.

Devastated residents and their families returned to what's left of their multi-million dollar homes less than 24 hours after a wildfire ripped through the community of Laguna Niguel. The grim before and after photos reveal just how devastating a Wednesday night California wildfire was, as up to 20 multi-million dollar mansions were reduced to rubble in just a matter of hours. The blaze - dubbed the Coastal Fire - ignited near a water treatment facility in Aliso Woods Canyon - between Laguna Niguel and Laguna Beach in Orange County - at 2.44pm and swept up steep terrain amid strong gales.

Before and after photos reveal just how devastating the Coastal Fire was on Wednesday. It started at 2.44pm and has set 20 homes alight in the Laguna Niguel neighborhood.

The Senate on Thursday confirmed Fed chair Jerome Powell to a four-year term, as he leads the central bank in tightening monetary policy to fight 40-year high inflation.

Andy Dick, 56, (left) is considered to be one of the most recognizable comics of his time, but also a controversial one who has struggled with drug addiction and made headlines for his numerous arrests, sexual misconduct allegations, and bizarre behavior. This week, the comedian made headlines again when he was arrested (inset) on Wednesday at an RV campground at O'Neill Regional Park in Orange County, Southern California. The incident comes on the back of a string unsavory events including when he was punched outside a bar (right). The comedian's net worth also appears to have significantly dropped in recent years, plunging from an estimated $3 million in 2016 to $2.5 million in 2018 according to The Richest and to a mere $300,000 according to Celebrity Net Worth.

The 39-year-old actress is best known for roles in The Princess Diaries, Saved!, Welcome to the Dollhouse, and Scream 3. On Tuesday, she tweeted that she 'hit my limit with Life today,' adding that she is 'done' and 'tired.' She said she has taken 'disappointments' and 'rejections' and worked hard 'with no complaint' but now she needs 'a win.' Heather previously opened up about being suicidal following a string of unsuccessful auditions in 2009. She said most working actors don't make a lot of money and even considered driving for Lyft in 2017.

REVEALED: Naomi Judd shot herself dead in upstairs room of her beloved 1,000-acre Nashville farmhouse she lived in for three decades and proudly showed off in tour with Oprah Winfrey 

Naomi Judd shot herself to death at her beloved Nashville farmhouse last month. The country music star was found dead in an upstairs room of her home. She lived on the 1,000-acre family farm with her daughters, who have their own houses on the property. Naomi showed off the estate in a 2016 interview with Oprah Winfrey. The Judds singer referred to the property as her 'haven' and 'sanctuary,' noting that she 'called it Peaceful Valley the moment I laid eyes on it'. Naomi killed herself one day before her Country Music Hall of Fame induction.

'Mom used a gun': Ashley Judd chokes up as she recounts finding her mother Naomi, 76, 'upstairs' after she'd shot herself dead last month following 'catastrophic' mental health battle

Country Music Hall of Famer Naomi Judd killed herself with a gun, her daughter has revealed. 'She used a weapon…a firearm,' heartbroken Ashley Judd shared in an interview with Good Morning America. 'So that's the piece of information we're very uncomfortable sharing.' Naomi, the Kentucky-born singer of the duo The Judds - mother of Wynonna and Ashley - died aged 76 on April 30 after a longtime battle with the disease of mental illness. Ashley found Naomi just moments after her death. 'I went upstairs to let her know that the friend was there and I discovered her,' Ashley shared. 'I have both grief and trauma from discovering her.'

In a new video, Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Menlo Park-based firm Meta, can be seen testing a demo on the 'high-end' headset, which will come out later this year.

'The most tragic thing I have ever witnessed!' Kendall Jenner cutting a cucumber leaves internet dumbstruck (but don't worry, she was rescued by family chef)

The 26-year-old model was seen in the most recent episode of her family's Hulu series this week trying to prepare herself a snack at her mom Kris' house. Kris, 66, offered to have the chef make her a snack, but Kendall insisted that she was capable of doing it herself. However she seemed to struggle with the correct chopping technique, at one point crossing her arm over to hold the opposite end of the cucumber. After Kendall admitted that she is 'not a good cutter' and that she was 'kind of scared' of the knife, Kris called in the family's professional chef to help. The clip has been mercilessly mocked on social media, where one user joked that Kendall looked as though she was going to 'dislocate her shoulder'. Others have noted the irony in Kendall's insistence that she was perfectly capable of making her own snack - only for her mother to have to call in the chef for assistance.

Australian bodybuilder Calum von Moger was beset by a series of unfortunate events before he jumped through a second-storey window. Prior to the incident, the 31-year-old was an international celebrity and three-time Mr Universe winner who inspired thousands of people to get fit and lead healthier lives. Moger, who has been living between California and his family home near Melbourne, is in a stable condition in hospital with severe spinal injuries after the fall on May 6. (On right: with Arnold Schwarzengger, who he played in a movie, and a female friend. Inset is his dog, Rex, who died after choking on a chip.)

Josh Duggar, 34, was found guilty of receiving and posessing child porn on December 9 and is awaiting sentencing on May 25. His mother, Michelle, and his wife, Anna, both wrote letters to the judge descibing Josh's 'character' and pleading for a light sentence. Michelle, 55, said her son is 'compassionate toward others,' 'a positive and upbeat person,' and 'an organized and diligent individual.' Anna 33, describes herself as still 'happily married' to Josh, writing that the he is 'loving, supportive, and caring father' to his seven children. She said he is an 'engaged dad' and they rely on him for 'financial, emotional, and physical support.' Anna said Josh 'embodies' this quote by Ronald Reagan: 'There is no limit to the amount of good you can do if you don't care who gets the credit.'

Horrific moment TV journalist sobs over body of her anti-drug prosecutor husband after he was gunned down on their HONEYMOON in Colombia just hours after she revealed she was pregnant

Prosecutor Marcelo Pecci, 45, was shot dead in front of his TV journalist wife Claudia Aguilera (together left) in Isla Barú outside the Caribbean city of Cartagena on Tuesday. The journalist was seen moments later in heartbreaking footage (right) slumped over his body outside their resort. The execution took place moments after Aguilera, who worked for television network Unicanal, and Pecci, who has been waging a war on drug cartels, announced they were expecting a baby with a touching Instagram post. A video also emerged Thursday that showed one of the assailants (inset bottom) leaving the jet ski rental shop where they got the watercraft that was used to carry out the assassination. Colombian authorities have offered a reward (inset top) of 2 billion pesos, approximately $488,000, for information leading to the capture of the suspect, who was wearing a fedora. Police chief General Jorge Luis Vargas told the media that Pecci's murder was most likely linked to his prosecutions of high-profile money laundering and drug trafficking cases in Paraguay.

Oleksiy Arestovych, a veteran of Ukraine's military intelligence and one of President Zelensky's inner circle, suggested Wednesday that General Valery Gerasimov (left) - chief of staff of the Russian army - had been suspended amid a wider purge of top brass. While stressing that the information is 'preliminary', Arestovych said Gerasomiv is no longer in command of the armed forces while the Kremlin 'decides whether to give him time to fix things or not.' It comes after Gerasimov, who was reportedly injured by a Ukrainian shell after being sent to the frontline last month, failed to appear during Victory Day celebrations on Monday. Separately, a Telegram channel linked to Ukraine's interior ministry said that (clockwise from centre left) Vice Admiral Sergei Pinchuk, Lieutenant General Vladislav Ershov, Major General Arkady Marzoev and Lieutenant General Sergei Kisel have all been sacked, arrested or investigated over blunders during the invasion over the humiliating losses Russia has suffered since invading two months ago. In that time, the Kremlin has lost more than 10,000 troops, hundreds of tanks and the flagship of its Black Sea fleet along with much of its economy and its global standing.

Russia today said it would be 'forced to take retaliatory steps' against the 'threat' after Finland announced its intention to join NATO, following Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

Incredible footage captures the obliteration of a Russian tank outside Mariupol. The clip shot by Chinese state TV shows the sudden blast, which wiped out Putin's weapon of war instantaneously

The Beverly Hills Hotel opened on May 12, 1912, two years before the city of Beverly Hills was even built. With its signature green and white stripes, banana leaf print and pink facade, the iconic establishment earned the nickname "The Pink Palace" and has been hosting Hollywood royalty ever since. A playground for the Tinseltown elite for over a century, it has become a bucket list destination for people around the world, and a second home to its loyal staffers who consider it an honor to work there. Of the hotel's 545 employees, 50 of them have been working there for over 20 years, and 64 for over a quarter of a century, making them members of The Beverly Hills Hotel Quarter Century Club. It's only fitting to recognize these individuals who represent the heart and soul of the famous property.

Sisters who suspected their father had secret daughter while imprisoned in a WWII prisoner of war camp leave TV viewers in tears as they finally meet their half-sibling

Last night's emotional episode of DNA Family Secrets saw Janet Dabbs, 62, and Liz George,(pictured left, L-R) from Bath, search for their half-sister after hearing rumours of a secret baby in their childhood. After testing their DNA, the sisters discovered a paternal match with a 76-year-old Austrian woman named Renate (pictured left, middle)- who said she had wanted to know who her father was for her entire life (top right, bottom right).

The Taliban has banned men and women from going to parks together and dining at restaurants in new sweeping segregation rules. Girls have been jailed for posing in photos with boys

Police in the city of Essen stormed the teen's room in an overnight raid, taking him into custody and uncovering 16 'pipe bombs', as well as anti-Semitic and anti-Muslim material.


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Shocking moment Chicago cop is shot in face and neck by Porsche thief who got hold of gun hidden in his crotch while cuffed in back of cruiser and fired 50 rounds on arriving at station

The Civilian Office of Police Accountability released the chilling bodycam footage (left) on Thursday showing Lovelle Jordan, 27, (top right) shooting three officers including Jason Cloherty (bottom right) on arrival at a station in the West Side on July 30, 2020. The criminal had been arrested for attempting to steal a 2018 Porsche in the Austin neighborhood.

Rossum, 35, opened up about physically transforming into the Los Angeles icon in a profile for The Hollywood Reporter. The actress said she spent about four to five hours a day in makeup daily. To achieve Angelyne's famous bust, the actress had a 3-pound breastplate glued to her torso that caused her blisters during filming (right). She also suffered tear duct issues from wearing two pairs of contact lenses. A platinum blonde wig and bleached brows completed the look. Angelyne, who was born Ronia Tamar Goldberg, grew a cult following after giant billboards bearing her likeness appeared around Hollywood in the 1980s (inset). Rossum explained that the 'physicality of the character was challenging' because 'the body is heavy, yet it has to feel light and effervescent.' The 'Shameless' star added that she 'found it to be completely liberating to look in the mirror and not see myself at all.'

An Indian couple are taking their only son to court for 'mental agony' as they demand more than £500,000. Parents Sajneev and Sadhana demanded the amount they spent raising their son

The Biden administration announced it was ditching plans for sales of offshore oil and gas leases hours before pump prices for motorists hit a new record high of $4.42 across the U.S. on Thursday.

Top Gun's victory roll as Tom Cruise roars back at 1,189mph... and he hasn't changed a bit: PETER HOSKIN reviews famed movie pilot's return in Top Gun: Maverick

PETER HOSKIN: Tom Cruise does his own stunts, but this is something else in Maverick, top gun sequel. There he is in an F-18 fighter jet, his billion-dollar face contorted by G-forces, as the whole thing roars off an aircraft carrier in the middle of the ocean. The only small nod to sanity is that Cruise isn't flying the jet himself: The US Navy wouldn't let him. Otherwise, everything else is real: The plane, the warship, the stomach-turning gravitational pulls. He's actually up there in the sky going at 1,189mph as the camera rolls. In Top Gun: Maverick, the new sequel to the 1986 original, this kind of macho film-making isn't just showing off. It's the point.

Now that's a naked dress! Woman turns heads as she appears completely nude while strolling through London in $750 Lotta Volkova x John Paul Gaultier illusion gown

'Naked' dresses have enjoyed a style resurgence of late and been seen on the likes of Kim Kardashian, Megan Fox and Rihanna on the red carpet. But the latest naked dress to hit the catwalks and the street is perhaps the most daring yet, as it features a print of naked woman. The £500 John Paul Gaultier gown was spotted today in London with the woman wearing it turning heads as she strolled through the capital. While the printed maxi dress completely covers the wearer, at first glance they appear naked as the dress is printed with a realistic looking crotch, bottom and breasts.

Three white Louisiana State Troopers are charged with beating black motorist, hoisting him by his braids and bragging their 'whoopin' would give him 'nightmares for a long time'

Troopers Jacob Brown, Dakota DeMoss and George 'Kam' Harper, who are all white, have been charged with battery after allegedly beating a black motorist. They allegedly pulled Antonio Harris off the ground by his braids and slapped, punched, and kneed him while he was face down on the ground. Harris was attacked after leading troopers on a high-speed chase that ended in a cornfield near Franklin Parish, Louisiana. Harris reported led authorities on a 29-mile chase that reached speeds up to 150mph. An internal investigation found the troopers filed 'wholly untrue' reports claiming the man kept trying to flee before they began to pummel him. 'They kept saying: "Stop resisting," but I was never resisting,' Harris told investigators. The troopers also later exchanged 14 text messages peppered with 'lol' and 'haha' responses in which they boasted about the beating. They also allegedly bragged about how the 'whoopin' would leave the Harris with 'nightmares for a long time.' Officer Harper reportedly turned off his bodycam during the beating and Brown allegedly never informed state prosecutors his existed. They will not face federal charges after prosecutors dropped the malfeasance in office charge.

Kelly Osbourne has revealed that she is pregnant with her first child.  The 37-year-old former reality star - who is currently dating Slipknot band member Sid Wilson, 45 - announced the happy news in an Instagram post on Thursday. 'I know that I have been very quiet these past few months so I thought I would share with you all as to why,' she began, before revealing: 'I am over the moon to announce that I am going to be a Mumma. To say that I am happy does not quite cut it. I am ecstatic!'

How to revive stale bread in SEVEN minutes: Meal prepping pro reveals her very unusual trick for making hard loaves soft and fluffy again  

An Australian teacher and meal-prepping pro has shared her excellent trick for reviving stale bread within minutes.  Katie Lolas, who goes by Lady Lolas, recently gave her advice on the best way to deal with bread that is a couple of days past its expiration. In a now-viral video posted to Instagram, the Sydney mum-of-one showed herself pouring water over her bread to make sure that the crust was wet before placing it in the oven for 6-7 minutes at 160C.

The new models, which includes the brand's first ever Barbie with hearing aids, a Barbie with a prosthetic leg and the first Ken doll with vitiligo, will make their debut in June this year.

Mallory's body was found in 1999 just 2,000 feet from the summit of Everest, but Irvine - and the camera that the two men were said to be carrying - was not found. Pictured: The pair in 1924.

Nicole Norris, 30, testified in Monroe County, Pennsylvania court on Wednesday that one of her bridesmaids was 'conscious and aware' of what she was doing with her then-fiancée Daniel Carney, 30, when she caught the two of them in the shower on August 30, 2019. The prosecutors, though, say Norris was not there the entire time the two of them were in the shower of the men's locker room at the Shawnee Inn in Smithfield Township, so she could not have fully known what had happened. The bridesmaid, an unnamed then-29-year-old woman from Oregon , claimed in the aftermath that, although she did not remember exactly what had happened, she had 'woken up' twice during the encounter. They had spent the days before the wedding drinking and rafting on the Delaware River in the Pocono Mountains, where the Maid of Honor claimed Carney and his friends had asked the unnamed bridesmaid to flash other boaters for free beer.

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27-year-old father with a degenerative disease who was given just WEEKS to live fulfills his final wish by marrying his fiancée in a dream beach wedding

Hunter Knisley, 27, suffers from Becker Muscular Dystrophy, a genetic degenerative disease that makes the body's muscles weaker and smaller. Last month, an echocardiogram revealed that he was in end-stage heart failure and doctors predicted he had just weeks left to live. He'd known Emily Draper Knisley since they were kids, but they only became romantically involved in 2019. Together they have a one-year-old son, and Hunter is stepdad to Emily's two daughters from a previous marriage (seen together top right). Hunter's last wish was to be married in Myrtle Beach, which a quick-working wedding planner made happen with donations from local businesses.

Crystal Weinstock, 37, from Houston, Texas, decided to try microblading but her brows were so thick and dark her young daughter was scared to come near her.

A Chinese passenger plane caught fire after swerving off the runway during its take-off to Tibet. The news comes weeks after China Eastern Airlines flight 5735 crashed, killing 132

A giant shark (pictured) has given four fishermen the shock of their lives after they found it chomping down on their boat. The men (inset) were on an annual fishing trip in Coral Bay, Western Australia on Wednesday. But the ideal trip soon turned into a terrifying encounter when a three metre bronze whaler shark they pulled out of the ocean began chomping down on their propeller.


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Fury as Colorado teacher invites schoolgirl, 12, to after-school arts club that was actually a meeting about trans and queer identity: Kids were asked who they were sexually attracted to and told that it's ok to LIE to your parents

Erin Lee (bottom) right), whose daughter attended Wellington Middle School up until last week, says her daughter was told by guest speaker Kimberly Chambers (top right) that she may be transgender and that her family was not safe. Lee, whose daughter attended Wellington Middle School up until last week, says her daughter sent her a text message last Wednesday asking to go to an after-school art club, saying her art teacher, Jenna Riep (not pictured), had invited her. Less and her husband subsequently gave their permission, but upon picking up the schoolgirl from the supposed art club, the pair quickly realized something was wrong. 'When we picked her up from that program after school, we could see on her face that something was incredibly wrong,' Lee told said in an interview Wednesday, where she recounted the story. 'It wasn't art club, it was GSA, or Gender and Sexuality [Alliance] is what they're calling it now,' the irate mother explained. 'They told the kids that if they're not fully comfortable in their body, then they are transgender. So essentially told my daughter if she's not 100 percent comfortable in her body, that she is transgender.' The group also saw her daughter participate in a 'Genderbread person activity,' Lee said - a lesson in which organizers explicitly asked her daughter and other students in the room about their sexual identity, using a kid-friendly diagram of a gingerbread man (pictured at left). The lesson was led LGBTQ activist Chambers, emails obtained by the Parents Defending Education advocacy group show. Chambers - the head of LGBTQ advocacy group SPLASH Youth of Northern Colorado - spoke as a school board-approved guest.

Wholesale inflation in the US soared 11 percent in April from a year earlier, a hefty gain that indicates high inflation will continue drag down to consumers and businesses in the months ahead.

Queen Letizia of Spain showed off her fondness for sustainable dressing as she sported a sleeveless green Carolina Herrera blouse which she has owned for at least ten years, having first worn the piece in 2012, during a visit to Las Hurdes, an autonomous community in the province of Cáceres, today. Their Royal Highnesses travelled Pinofranqueado where they were warmly greeted by eager fans and happily posed for pictures before watching local children perform a dance in their honour.