• Unruly passenger prompts flight cancellation: 'I was extraordinarily scared. Like weak in the knees scared'

    A man aboard a Porter flight that returned to the St. John's terminal Wednesday afternoon because of an unruly passenger says he was 'extraordinarily scared' by the passenger's behaviour. Ben Taylor, a Memorial University student who was returning to Nova Scotia for the holidays, said the man who was escorted off the flight had been acting strangely even before getting on the plane. Taylor said the man had a single small gym bag as luggage, with the price tag still on it and containing nothing but an aerosol can of deodorant, and bought his ticket at the Porter counter.

  • New round of CPP changes end age restrictions on survivor benefits

    Samantha MacDougall thought her fight to get her late partner's Canada Pension Plan benefits would take years. The government ended the fight for her. Newly approved changes to the Canada Pension Plan will mean widows and widowers, regardless of age, will receive full survivor benefits, changing five decades of federal policy.

  • The Duchess of Cornwall unveils Clarence House Christmas display

    Clarence House has become the latest royal residence to be decorated for Christmas - and there were some special little helpers on hand to add the perfect finishing touches to the Christmas tree. The Duchess of Cornwall invited a group of children from Helen & Douglas House and Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children's Charity to her official London home on Wednesday, where they helped to decorate her Christmas tree before enjoying tea together. It is the 12th year that Prince Charles' wife has hosted the party, which she has previously said is one of her favourite engagements of the year.

  • What’s new on Netflix and what’s leaving in January 2018

    Our complete list of what's new on Netflix for January 2018 and which titles will be removed will help you catch up on your binging, and ensure you don't miss any titles heading into the ether.

  • Woman finds genius skincare routine that'll remove your blackheads

    Blackheads are the bane of any person’s life - male or female. No matter what you do, the pesky clogged pores caused by a build-up of oils and dead skin cells seem to stay. But one woman has impressed the skincare community with her routine that removed her blackheads once and for all. Posting a before-and-after photo on Reddit, the anonymous woman detailed her new routine that managed to remove all of the blackheads on her nose in just four weeks. First, she explained her previous skincare routine, saying she would often opt for a charcoal cleanser (charcoal is meant to the main ingredient in blackhead removal), Akaran Moisture Lotion and then Botanicus Calendula Face Cream. Her new successful routine involves just six steps. And while most of the products are available in the UK, there are a couple that are a little harder to source. (Let us know if you find any alternatives.) Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK: More than 26 million people have watched this blackhead video, so why are we so obsessed? The skincare switch-ups you need to make this winter This is how long it takes your new skincare products to actually start working

  • New Browns GM John Dorsey rolls bus over fired exec Sashi Brown

    John Dorsey is the new sheriff of the Browns, and he came out firing on Thursday.

  • Kentucky lawmaker facing assault allegations kills himself

    A Republican lawmaker in Kentucky facing sexual assault allegations has killed himself. Bullitt County Sheriff Donnie Tinnell says Rep. Dan Johnson shot himself Wednesday on a bridge in Mount Washington, Kentucky. Tinnell confirmed the death to WDRB-TV in Louisville.