A controversial surgeon has successfully carried out the operation on a corpse
Researchers studying a vast lake in Eastern Turkey have unearthed the remains of a 3,000-year-old castle buried beneath its waters. Tahsin Ceylan, an underwater photographer and videographer, Mustafa Akkuş, an academic from Van Yüzüncü Yıl University’s fishery faculty, Murat Kulakaç, a diving instructor and Cumali Birol, a diver, plunged into Lake Van, Turkey's largest lake, to discover its secrets, Hurriyet Daily News reported.
If the ground beneath your feet feels cold, it’s because Hell froze over the other day. It happened at 8:02 p.m. on Monday, when The New York Times published an op-ed called “I Believe Juanita.” Written by Michelle Goldberg, it was a piece that, 20 years ago, likely would have inflamed the readership of the paper and scandalized its editors. Reviewing the credibility of Broaddrick’s claim, Goldberg wrote that “five witnesses said she confided in them about the assault right after it happened,” an important standard in reviewing the veracity of claims of past sex crimes. But Goldberg’s was not a single snowflake of truth; rather it was part of an avalanche of honesty in the elite press, all
Starbucks' new holiday cups are coming under fire - for possibly depicting the hands of a lesbian couple. The holiday cup line was launched with a commercial showing a range of ages, races and sexualities.
Faith and Tim also faced off against one another in a game of ‘Search Party’ on ‘The Tonight Show.’
Gigi Hadid might very well be the trendsetter of 2017. From spearheading the popular Brit-style skinny neck scarves earlier this year to making nighttime pajamas appropriate for the daytime, this young model is back at it again with her version of the best fall transitional shoe - a pair of mules designed in partnership with Stuart Weitzman ’s new creative director, Giovanni Morelli. On Wednesday, Hadid wore her brand-new EyeLove mules made of a buttery soft tan suede and shearling trimmed interior with a chic white suit by Turkish designer Zeynep Arçay . The name “EyeLove” is a signifier of the “evil eye” motif found on the left shoe of the “EyeLove” mules. The second version, EyeLoveMore , conversely, features a multitude of evil-eye motifs on both feet instead of just one. The popularity of mules is often credited to their closed toe and open back, keeping your feet cool, yet warm, and the low heel provides extra comfort, making them the perfect fall transitional shoe. “I’ve really been into slides lately and wanted a pair that can take me into fall … no more cold toes!” said Gigi Hadid in a press release statement. “The evil eye is a powerful symbol meant to protect those who wear it from negative energies. It’s emotionally comforting and beautiful and captivating to look at.” You can easily dress the mules up or down for everyday use and even wear them during the forthcoming holiday season. Wear them to work with your favorite pair of slacks and a cozy knit sweater, or dress them down for a casual weekend brunch with jeans and a tee. Choose the black suede version, and style it with a dark floral or velvety dress for Thanksgiving dinner. The EyeLove mule retails for $498, and the EyeLoveMore mule is priced slightly higher at $598; both are available now on stuartweitzman.com . Although the mules are pricey, there is a charitable component to the shoes that might help you justify the splurge. Each purchase will benefit Pencils of Promise , a charity that helps build schools, trains teachers, and funds scholarships. Stuart Weitzman has pledged $105,000 to build three schools this fall, specifically in Ghana, Guatemala, and Laos. Click through the gallery above to shop the Stuart Weitzman Gigi Hadid mules, as well as additional similar options, and find your perfect fall transitional shoe. Read more from Yahoo Lifestyle: • Dark floral romantic dresses are trending for fall - shop 15 versions now • Shop Jessica Alba’s holiday wish list through philanthropic retail concept Olivela • This couple’s wedding photo captures 2 generations of long-lasting love Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Makeup lovers, this is a tough one. A makeup artist took to Facebook to post a photo of a destroyed Sephora makeup…
Senate Finance Committee chairman Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) tore into Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) on Thursday for suggesting the Republican tax bill would only help the rich.
President Donald Trump, who was infamously caught on tape bragging about groping women, was attacked on Twitter Thursday night over his criticism of Sen.
Heartbroken mother Kelly-Anne Carter, 35, whose son Lucas died in a house fire killed herself because she could not go on without him, an inquest has heard.
Other U.S. Navy ships have not been so lucky in such encounters. In 2005, the attack submarine USS San Francisco (SSN-711) ran into an uncharted seamount in Micronesia, and nearly sank. A mine sweeper wrecked itself on a reef in the South China Sea not long ago. Spend some time with Google Earth, an atlas or a globe and you will see that California, for peoples used to the Atlantic, was indeed the far side of the world well into the nineteenth century. What is now one of the most populated, navalized coastlines on Earth remained poorly known even to mariners. Somehow such mystery lingers, for once the world’s most powerful warship nearly wrecked herself upon a drowned island one hundred miles
The prevalence of parasitic worms causing health problems in North Korea may be the result of a personal intervention by Kim Jong Un, who urged farmers to spread human excrement on their fields to fertilize crops. The hermit nation’s leader issued an instruction to farmers in 2014 telling them to use human faeces with animal waste and organic compost on their fields. With a lack of livestock to provide animal fertilizer, agriculturists poured the human excrement, also known as “night soil”, on their fields.
The husband and wife sat on the hill overlooking the dirt parking lot, watching cars crunch up the unpaved road into Red Butte Canyon. Authorities say they had already killed one man back in Colorado and were both wearing the dead man’s clothes against the Utah chill. Now they wanted to get to Tennessee. Austin and Kathleen Boutain decided they would kidnap someone, a random driver in the hills covered with fields of high grass cowlicked by the mountain wind just east of the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, according to documents presented Thursday by the District Attorney for Salt Lake County along with an indictment of the pair. The driver’s credit cards and money would pay for food and
Yulianna Yussef has amassed a large following on Instagram, thanks to her unique birthmarks. While she projects confidence, she says, she nevertheless struggles with her skin condition.
Very little is going right for Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball. The No. 2 overall pick has been unable to find his shot (he’s shooting just 30 percent on the season), and he was benched for a second straight fourth quarter on Wednesday. He scored just two points on 1 of 9 shooting in the Lakers’ loss to the Sixers, and head coach Luke Walton has noticed a change in the rookie guard. Ball isn’t as happy as he used to be. Walton described his observation to reporters during Thursday’s media availability, adding that he hopes the new attitude gives Lonzo an edge to improve. Despite his shooting struggles, Ball’s job as the starting point guard is safe. Walton said that the team doesn’t plan to bench Ball
The owner of the truck with a "F (expletive) Trump and f (expletive) you for voting for him" sticker has been arrested for an outstanding warrant out of Rosenberg.
First daughter Ivanka Trump's harsh statement about Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore drew some backlash from Breitbart this week.
Cody Hall was born with a severe facial deformity, thought to be a haemangioma, that was so large it distorted the left side of her face and doctors told her distraught family there was nothing they could do until she was six.