Former chancellor George Osborne appointed editor of Evening Standard

Former chancellor George Osborne appointed editor of Evening Standard

Former UK chancellor and current Conservative MP George Osborne has been appointed new editor of London newspaper the Evening Standard. Osborne reportedly plans to continue his duties as an MP for Tatton, a constituency located in the north-west of England, while working at Londons Standard. The right-wing leaning newspaper is the most read free newspaper in the capital, with a circulation of around 880,000. Mar 17, 2017
Homeless man bursts into tears after being given free makeover

Homeless man bursts into tears after being given free makeover

A video showing Spanish homeless man Jose Antonio being given a free makeover by a hair salon in Mallorca has gone viral, being viewed over 570,000 times on Facebook. 55-year-old Antonio has reportedly been living on the streets for 25 years, and is well known to people around the island. Mar 17, 2017
Volcanic explosion on Mount Etna injures 10

Volcanic explosion on Mount Etna injures 10

Ten people were injured in an eruption on Mount Etna on Thursday (March 16) when lava flowing into snow caused a violent explosion that sent stones and rocks flying into the air, emergency services said. Mar 17, 2017
Fappening 2.0 nude photo leak of Emma Watson and Amanda Seyfried

Fappening 2.0 nude photo leak of Emma Watson and Amanda Seyfried

Hollywood was apparently rocked by another Fappening scandal, loosely dubbed the Fappening 2.0, after alleged naked picture of actresses Amanda Seyfried and Emma Watson leaked to blogs and social media Wednesday. The stars did not immediately respond to the invasion of privacy, but the nude images appear to be authentic. Mar 17, 2017
White House budget director say combating climate change is a waste of your money

White House budget director say combating climate change is a waste of your money

President Donald Trumps administration on Thursday proposed a 31% cut to the Environmental Protection Agencys budget, as the White House seeks to eliminate climate change programs and trim initiatives to protect air and water quality. The EPA would sustain the biggest cut of any federal agency in the White House 2018 budget, as Trump seeks to clear away regulations he claims are hobbling US oil drillers, coal miners and farmers. Mar 17, 2017