• Jobless 29-year-old has fifteenth child by ten different mothers

    A jobless man said to have fathered 15 children with 10 different women has revealed he has another baby on the way. It is estimated Keith MacDonald's growing brood will end up costing taxpayers more than £2million in benefits.

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  • Journals found in abandoned briefcase reveal affair of 60s businessman

    An extraordinary collection of photographs and mementos chronicling the affair of a German businessman and his secretary in the late 1960s and 1970s has gone on show in New York. The memorabilia was discovered in a briefcase three decades after the affair took place, abandoned in a German apartment and later sold at auction.

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  • Katie Holmes Stuns in a Sexy Cutout Dress on the Red Carpet: See the Photos!

    Leaving her black clothes at home in favor of something with a bright pop of color, Katie Holmes hit the red carpet of the NYC premiere of her new film, Woman in Gold, on Monday, March 30, wearing a dreamy (and super-sexy!) fuchsia ensemble. See more red carpet photos of Katie. Holmes, 36, who, as Us Weekly exclusively revealed, has been secretly dating Jamie Foxx since late 2013, looked utterly romantic in the embellished Zac Posen dress, complete with an open back and two cutouts at her waistline.

    Us Weekly
  • Charlotte Reacts To 'Dancing' Boot

    Charlotte McKinney got booted from "Dancing with the Stars" on Monday, and the elimination stung for more reasons than one. After dancing her rumba with pro partner Keo Motsepe, "DWTS" judge Bruno Tonioli told the model, "Listen my darling, you're never gonna win the Nobel Prize for quantum physics, but you are easy on the eyes," earning boos from the audience. "I do believe it was uncalled for, especially after a week like the last week that we had… and throwing that in there just didn't make sense to me," Charlotte told Access Hollywood's Liz Hernandez after the show, when asked how she felt about Bruno's remark.

    Access Hollywood
  • Grandmother’s hilarious real-estate photos go viral

    Yolie Ball and her husband are trying to sell their Florida home. When Ball’s daughter arrived to take some real-estate photos for the couple, 86-year-old Ball insisted on posing in some of them. Ball’s 15-year-old granddaughter, Makenzie Ball, found the photos so hilarious she posted them on Twitter where they went viral.

  • Report: Tiger Woods' plane spotted at Augusta airport

    There are very few reasons why Tiger Woods would fly to Augusta, Ga. Really, there's probably one: to play at Augusta National Golf Club. Five days later, Woods released a statement saying he would not play competitive golf again until his game was "tournament ready." Woods skipped The Honda Classic in his hometown of Jupiter, Fla., did not qualify for the WGC-Cadillac Championship and chose not to play in the Arnold Palmer Invitational, a tournament he has won eight times. The tea leaves seemed to suggest Woods felt "tournament ready" again as friend Notah Begay III told 120 Sports that the 14-time major winner was "50-50" to play in the Masters -- better than Begay's 1-in-10 characterization when Woods announced his hiatus.

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  • Germanwings Crash: The Latest Chilling Details, Airline's New Statement

    On Monday, March 30, representatives for the airline and its parent company Lufthansa released a new statement about Germanwings Flight 9525, which crashed in the French Alps on Tuesday, March 24, failing to reach its destination of Düsseldorf, Germany after leaving Barcelona, Spain. Under a header reading "Our deepest sympathies," Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr and Thomas Winkelmann, spokesman for Germanwings' executive board, wrote a statement about the tragedy. The official statement comes as further revelations about co-pilot Andreas Lubitz come to light.

    Us Weekly
  • Air Canada AC624 pilot had to land without instrument landing system, ex-inspector says

    The pilot who crash-landed Air Canada Flight AC624 in Halifax early Sunday had to bring the aircraft in without benefit of an instrument landing system, a retired Transport Canada aviation inspector says. Halifax does have a proper instrument landing system to help aircraft in poor weather, but only on one end of the runway that was in use Sunday.

  • Think your job is bad? Read these funny stories from angry employees

    Tumblr blog Please Fire Me has stories from disgruntled fast food workers, shop assistants and teachers. They include faeces in changing rooms, sexting teens, abusive parents and greedy kids.

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  • Restaurant dress codes open to sexual discrimination complaints

    When server Andrea Mottu was required to wear a bikini top for a Hawaiian-themed event at the Vancouver nightclub where she worked, her boss didn’t expect her to show up in a turtleneck. Dress codes calling on serving staff to wear revealing attire have been a longstanding concern for some in the hospitality industry and drew more attention recently with the development of an Edmonton-based website, F.E.D.U.P. YEG (or Feminist Eatery Database — Undercover Project). The project, created by four University of Alberta students, aims to highlight sexism and other discrimination issues in the food services industry by collecting survey responses from restaurant customers and employees.

  • Malaysian fish seller sentenced to death for killing 2 British medical students in Borneo

    A Malaysian court on Tuesday sentenced a fish seller to death for killing two British medical students last year on Borneo island. Prosecutor Muhamad Iskandar Ahmad said the high court found Zulkipli Abdullah, 23, guilty of stabbing to death Aidan Brunger and Neil Gareth Dalton in Sarawak state last August. The defence failed to raise any reasonable doubts in the case," Muhamad Iskandar said.

    The Canadian Press
  • Woman sheds EIGHT STONE to start career as a personal trainer

    Jade Delaney, 21 from Dublin, Ireland, shed an impressive eight stone after finding another reason to go to the gym other than work. After constantly being surrounded by healthy people, Jade started quizzing the trainers at the gym who agreed to help her with her weight loss. Jade Delaney was inspired to drop 8st when she worked as a cleaner in a gym and began quizzing the personal trainers who worked there.

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  • 10,000 year old mammoth remains unearthed by oil workers in Siberia

    The remains of a woolly mammoth that died 10,000 years ago have been unearthed in Siberia by oil workers. Two tusks, teeth and rib bones of the extinct giant mammal were discovered buried three metres down in the frozen soil around 31 miles (50km) from Nyagan in Khanty-Mansi, Russia.

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  • Borrowers lock in, lenders offer choice in competitive spring housing market

    A CIBC poll, conducted byNielsen, says 57 per cent of Canadians aren’t betting on mortgage rates to fall further and would choose a fixed-rate mortgage if they were to acquire, refinance or renew a mortgage today. The CIBC poll says 30 per cent of respondents would pick a variable-rate mortgage if they were to acquire, refinance or renew a mortgage today, while 11 per cent weren’t sure. "The poll results confirm what many of our clients are telling us, that they don’t expect rates to go any lower and, in today’s housing market, they want the comfort and security of knowing exactly what their mortgage payments will be for the next four or five years," says Barry Gollom, a vice president at CIBC.

  • Man is set to win $1 million should Michigan State cut down NCAA nets

    The odds still aren't all that great, but surely the Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino is sweating a potential $1 million payout should Michigan State win the NCAA title a whole lot more than it was a couple weeks ago. In early December, Derek Stevens, who owns a couple hotels himself in downtown Las Vegas, put $20,000 down on 50-to-1 odds from the Golden Nugget that a Spartans team that started the season with a 5-3 record would cut down the nets at the end of the NCAA Tournament, according to ESPN.com. As one member of the Final Four, Michigan State is still only 8-to-1 to win the title, if only because the seventh-seeded Spartans must upset a pair of No. 1 seeds to do so — starting with Duke on Saturday, followed by Kentucky or Wisconsin two nights later.

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  • Ottawa man meets online classifieds buyers at police station

    An Ottawa man is asking potential buyers to meet him at the police station when selling high-priced items to strangers on classified websites, such as Kijiji and Craigslist. Vladimir Kostine said he started taking extra precautions with his expensive sale items, like his smartphone, after the charred remains of an Ancaster, Ont. man who was trying to sell his truck online were found in 2013. Kostine said he has had fewer responses to ads asking to meet at the police station — and he believes that means his extra precautions are having the desired effect.

  • Trevor Noah, New Daily Show Host, Faces Backlash Over Controversial Tweets: Details

    Quite the roller coaster! Comedian Trevor Noah's stock fell just as quickly as it rose on Monday, March 30. The funnyman was celebrated on Monday morning after being named as the new host of The Daily Show, following in Jon Stewart's footsteps. Noah, 31, was labeled as anti-Semitic and misogynist after social media users dug through the rising star's Twitter history.

    Us Weekly
  • Future shop severance packages not up to snuff, says lawyer

    First Target said it would take a mulligan on the 133 stores it had opened in Canada, and then Future Shop welcomes its employees to work this past Saturday with notices telling 1,500 of them they’re out of a job. Now a group of workers turfed out by Best Buy’s decision to shut down its Future Shop stores say the severance cheques they were offered are too low, and not in line with Canadian labour practices. “What I discovered pretty much consistently amongst all the people that I’ve spoken to is that the offers were completely inadequate,” says Lior Samfiru, a labour lawyer retained to negotiate for higher packages for a number of former employees.

  • Five-year-old girl recognises missing dog in a dog meat stall 

    This is a nightmare moment for any dog owner: recognising their missing pets served in a roast shop. The unidentified girl is reported to be living in the countryside of northern Vietnam. Devastated: The little girl, who is believed to be living in northern Vietnam, finds her beloved pet 'Flower' already cooked outside a dog meat stall.

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  • End-of-life hospice sought in Grand Falls-Windsor

    People in central Newfoundland are raising money to build an end-of-life hospice which, if approved, would be the first of its kind in the province. Dr. Jeff Cole with Central Health is one of the people leading the effort that would see the palliative care facility operated independently in Grand Falls-Windsor. "It would be an entity onto itself and the way hospices generally work, they would probably work with linkages with the regular health care system," Cole said.