Just in time for Halloween, South Korea's army said it's looking to build a new monster missile capable of wiping out major North Korean political and military installations in the event of an all-out war between the belligerent neighbors. South Korea first announced the idea after President Donald Trump pledged last month to remove restrictions on the U.S. ally's missile payload, paving the way for bigger and stronger weapons at a time when tensions on the Korean Peninsula have escalated significantly. In a report released Thursday, the South Korean army said the Hyunmoo IV surface-to-surface missile, dubbed "Frankenmissile" by South Korean media, would be used in combination with other surface-to-surface missiles and Hyunmoo-class intermediate-range missiles to inflict an "unbearable cost" to its nuclear-armed northern rival.
An air hostess from a British airline has lifted the lid on the mile-high bonks, romps with pilots and celebrity affairs that go on among the glamorous crew. The stewardess, who wishes to remain anonymous, claims life on board is every bit as outrageous as the famous names she’s met. She first joined the airline “to travel the world, meet new people and get paid for living the lifestyle.” Now, 15 years later, she claims she’s seen and heard it all - and revealed two girls last year were making money by having sex with first class and business class passengers. She said: “A stewardess was caught getting custom on board as a prostitute. She was caught business-carding it - trying to drum up custom
When you live your life in the spotlight, every little flaw gets noticed, scrutinized, and criticized by millions of people who don’t even know you. Though we’re living in an age of increasing body positivity, the haters are going to point out every new pound, pimple, or scar before anyone can say that it shouldn’t matter. Reality star, social media queen, and business mogul Kim Kardashian knows just how cruel some people can be when they pick-apart every detail of your physical appearance, but her husband Kanye West might not be so used to it. Kanye is looking a bit different these days, and fans just can’t let it go. They’ve gone in on the “Stronger” rapper and haven’t stopped speculating about
Marshawn Lynch and Marcus Peters are both Oakland natives who consider themselves family. But, that got Lynch in trouble Thursday...
A teenager accused of stabbing his two younger siblings to death, told investigators he did it so he could be alone in the house, police said. Officers found the five-year-old girl and seven-year-old boy bleeding from their wounds at Malik Vincent Murphy's family home in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The 19-year-old had also turned the knife on his father Jefferson Murphy.
When shopping for a new car, more than half of drivers cite reliability as the top thing they look for in a vehicle. After all, no matter how slick your new car looks, if it breaks down when you need it, you’ve basically got a 4,000-pound paperweight. With that in mind, Consumer Reports has released its annual list of the most reliable cars you can buy today, as well as the least . These rankings are based on the Annual Reliability Survey . The survey looks at 17 key trouble areas, ranging from brakes that squeak to transmission repairs that fall outside of warranty. They survey 400,000 car owners, who have a combined 640,000 vehicles between them. Their survey found that it was often entirely new models of vehicles or completely redesigned vehicles that came with the most problems. Consumer Reports also identified infotainment systems as a pain point for many drivers as well. To calculate the score, Consumer Reports weighted the severity of the problems with the vehicle to develop a Predicted Reliability Score. They combined it with test track data, owner satisfaction survey results and safety data to create an Overall Score. These vehicles are the ten highest scoring, and the ten lowest. If you’re in the market for a new vehicle, here are the cars to consider - and to potentially avoid. All prices in U.S. dollars. Download the Yahoo Finance app, available for Apple and Android .
In 2014, Steve and Courtney Adcock decided to get serious about their savings. They cut back on their day-to-day expenses, downsized and started setting aside 70 percent of their combined income. In December 2016, Steve left his career in information technology at age 35. Courtney, 32, joined him in early retirement in April 2017. But, to be clear, "just saving money doesn't get you rich," Steve tells CNBC Make It. Nor does it necessarily enable early retirement. "Ordering water instead of soda or beer at restaurants might save you a few hundred over the course of a year. But let's face it: A few hundred isn't life-changing money," the early retiree writes on his blog. "Don't get me wrong, saving
Retired Four-Star Army Gen. Barry McCaffrey and retired Army Col. Jack Jacobs discuss Gold Star father and White House Chief of Staff John Kelly's defense of Trump's phone call to an Army widow.
A man wearing a shirt with emblazoned with swastikas was punched and spat at outside of Richard Spencer’s speech in Florida. The smirking man swaggered into the gathered crowd while protesters tried to block his path. Some protesters attempted to come to the man’s aid.
Is Congresswoman Frederica Wilson lying about the President Trump’s call to Sgt. La David T. Johnson’s widow, Myeshia Johnson? Wilson said that, on the call, Trump told Johnson her husband “knew what he signed up for” before he was killed on a patrol in Niger. Trump has said, unequivocally, that he Wilson is lying - he did not say that, he claims. So either Congresswoman Wilson or President Trump is lying. Friday morning on Fox and Friends, Lara Trump, Trump’s daughter-in-law, revealed there is a way to settle this definitively. There is, according to Lara Trump, a transcript of the conversation. Lara Trump, who does not work in the White House (but does work for Trump’s campaign) has read them.
When researchers are searching for remnants of structures and settlements constructed by ancient peoples they typically focus on areas that are hospitable to human life. A new discovery in Saudi Arabia goes firmly against that notion, with archaeologists revealing the existence of hundreds of stone "gates" situated in and around ancient lava domes, in an area that is little more than a hellish landscape devoid of vegetation and water. The structures, which measure anywhere from 40 feet to nearly 1,700 feet in length, are crude in their construction, built of rough rocks that have withstood thousands of years of wear and tear. What's most interesting is that it appears that the lava fields these structures were built upon was still active at the time, with hardened lava appearing to have flowed over some of the gates. "Gates are found almost exclusively in bleak, inhospitable lava fields with scant water or vegetation, places seemingly amongst the most unwelcoming to our species," David Kennedy of the Western University of Australia, who led the research, wrote. Kennedy noted that the structures "appear to be the oldest man-made structures in the landscape," and that at the moment "no obvious explanation of their purpose can be discerned." The discovery was made using satellite imagery, and the researchers used their birds-eye view to identify nearly 400 of the gates in the same area. Along with the odd walls, other clearly manmade structures were spotted including what appear to be animal traps and wheel-shaped objects that are yet to be identified. The current best guess as to the age of the construction is somewhere in the neighborhood of 9,000 years. The next step for researchers is launching some kind of expedition to investigate the site and perhaps come up with some kind of an explanation as to why the structures exist and what they were used for. It's an incredible discovery, but the structures - and their precarious location - are so mysterious that there's bound to be an even greater story waiting to be told.
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ATMORE, Ala. (AP) - A convicted cop killer who sued Alabama over its lethal injection method was put to death Thursday night, but not before he cursed at the state and said: "I hate you."
A woman who thought she had paid for her dog to be euthanized has been surprised to find out that her dog was kept alive for five months after the procedure. New Jersey woman Keri Levy says that she made the difficult decision to put down the miniature pinscher she had owned for 15 years, but was astonished to receive an anonymous tip five months later that her pup was still alive. “It broke my heart in a way like my heart has never been broken,” Ms Levy told ABC News.
In a marketing move that Colonel Sanders himself would have been proud of, someone on Twitter noticed the fast-food chain is highly selective about who it follows on the micro-blogging service.
Earlier this month, an absurd conspiracy theory began to spread alleging Melania Trump employed a body double -- and now people claim they've found her. Since February, a woman, who just seems to be a Secret Service agent, has been pictured with the first family on several occasions. In photos, the woman appears to be dressed like a typical Secret Service agent, wearing black or dark blue pantsuits and sensible shoes.
A woman was almost three times over the alcohol limit when her car crashed into a mother of six on her way home from visiting her premature newborn twins in hospital, investigators said. Ms Evans was pronounced dead at the scene, the force said in a statement on Facebook. “Katie leaves behind her husband Jacob Evans, her children Spencer (12), Travis (11), Nathaniel (9), Gideon (2) and her premie twin girls Hannah and Sarah,” Ms Evans’ friend Natalie Mortensen wrote on a fundraising page has been set up for the victim’s family.
The congresswoman who accused Donald Trump of offending the widow of a green beret killed in action says that the administration’s response to her claims included a “lie” and a “racist” insult. White House Chief of Staff John Kelly told reporters on Thursday that he was “stunned” when he saw Rep. Frederica Wilson discussing the call between Mr Trump and Myeshia Johnson. Ms Wilson says she was in the car when the call took place, and that Mr Trump told Ms Johnson that her husband “knew what he was getting into”.