Home

Last updated: 02:47 BST, 23 May 2022
Advertisement

Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker have got married for the third time, in a romantic castle ceremony in Portofino on Sunday evening. Bride Kourtney, 43, looked nothing short of sensational (left, centre and right) in a figure-hugging minidress that showed off her lithe legs, and clung to her curvaceous figure for the ceremony at the prepare to tie the knot at the medieval Castello Brown fortress. It boasted corset detailing and a dramatic lacy train, while she wore her jet black tresses swept up in an elegant updo. She elevated her height in a pair of cream bridal high heels, and sported a very long lacey veil that trailed on the ground behind her. Her famous family were all there to support her on her special day, including her sisters Kim (pictured inset with daughter North) and Khloe, and her mother Kris Jenner. The pair, who have been dating since late 2020, legally tied the knot in Los Angeles earlier this month, following an unofficial wedding in Las Vegas. 

  • 7.5k comments
  • 6 videos

The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) guidance is now urging high-risk close contacts to self-isolate for 21 days, stay away from work, and avoid contact with immunosuppressed people, pregnant women, and children aged under 12 where possible. So far the agency has confirmed 20 cases in the UK. The Government said unprotected direct contact or high risk environmental contact includes living in the same house as someone with Monkeypox, having sexual contact with them or even just changing their bedding 'without appropriate PPE'. When asked about the risk to Britons going to summer festivals and children on sunshine holidays, chief medical adviser for UKHSA Dr Susan Hopkins (inset) said: 'The risk to the general population [from monkeypox] remains extremely low,' but added: 'People need to be alert to it, and we really want clinicians to be alert to it.' Dr Hopkins warned anyone who feels ill with any symptoms to 'stay at home' and urged those with a suspicious rash to 'immediately seek medical care, either by calling your GP or a sexual health clinic' during a BBC interview on Sunday. She said updated figures for the weekend will be given on Monday as she warned of more cases 'on a daily basis'. 

  • 2.6k comments
  • 2 videos
Click through today in pictures
Kim wows in black lace alongside North at wedding
  • Kardashian
  • Jenner
  • Fox

Lester Piggott's daughter, Maureen, is married to Newmarket trainer William Haggas, who said: 'I believe he is in hospital and I think Maureen is going over to see him.'

A children's hospital nurse has been arrested after allegedly poisoning one of her young patients who tragically died. The 27-year-old woman was arrested at home on Thursday.

 Prince Harry's controversial tell-all memoir has not yet been given an official release date, prompting claims yesterday that it has been delayed.

  • 955 comments
  • 1 video

DOMINIC LAWSON: Boris Johnson's sharp handbrake turn is eminently sensible. With the delightful bonus of annoying Jamie Oliver.

A Ukrainian refugee who embarked on a romance with her UK sponsor while staying with his family has denied being a 'homewrecker' and called the accusations 'b*****t'. Sofiia Karkadym, 22, fled Lviv and moved in with Tony Garnett, 29, his wife Lorna and their two children in Bradford at the start of May. But Mr Garnett quickly fell for his new guest and left his wife for her after ten days, moving with her into his parents' home. Mr Garnett said he has fallen in love with Miss Karkadym and wants to spend the rest of his life with her. Meanwhile, Miss Karkadym insists she is not to blame for the breakdown of her sponsors' relationship. She said: 'That never crossed my mind. I liked the family. I spent a lot of time with Lorna and I tried to help her. But she was two-faced.

  • 222 comments

A Russian cruise missile narrowly avoided causing an environmental disaster when it crashed into a Ukrainian chemical plant in the southern port city of Odessa.

A senior Whitehall source said it was 'not true' that Mr Johnson (left) had sought a secret meeting with Miss Gray (right) to discuss her report into lockdown-busting events in No 10. The Daily Mail has established that the 'procedural' meeting followed an emailed request from the ethics chief herself. The contents of her report were not discussed. Senior Tories were also alarmed by 'toxic' media briefings from Miss Gray's team and the suggestion that she was 'surprised' Mr Johnson had received only one fine. 'Sue Gray is supposed to be neutral but she's been busy playing politics and enjoying the limelight a little too much,' said one insider (inset: Downing Street party)

  • 701 comments
  • 1 video

Head of the civil service Simon Case is bracing for a 'brutal' report which will levy 'stinging criticism' towards his leadership and conduct during his time in Downing Street, reports say.

A 'secret' meeting between Boris Johnson and Sue Gray was requested by her and did not discuss her detailed findings about Partygate, Whitehall sources revealed last night.

Left-wing barrister, Daniel Stilitz QC (pictured), has continued in his role as adviser to the civil service investigation into Partygate despite a slew of anti-Boris Johnson tweets, it is understood.

A senior Civil Service press officer responsible for handling the publication of Sue Gray's report was dramatically dropped from the role last night.

DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Fresh from their disappointment that the Prime Minister had escaped further police fines over Partygate, the Boris-loathers are in paroxysms of hysteria.

Aston Villa goalkeeper Robin Olsen is hit in the head and pushed by fans during latest pitch invasion at Manchester City in another shameful attack on players by supporters 

Manchester City have issued an apology after Aston Villa goalkeeper Robin Olsen was attacked when thousands of City fans invaded the pitch to celebrate their Premier League title win. Pep Guardiola's side produced a stunning comeback from 2-0 down to beat Villa and see off Liverpool in another thrilling title race. At the final whistle, hoards of City fans ran onto the pitch to celebrate and Olsen was struck on the back of the head as the fans invade the pitch. In response, City swiftly released a statement saying: 'Manchester City would like to sincerely apologise to Aston Villa goalkeeper Robin Olsen, who was assaulted after the final whistle at today's match when fans entered the pitch. The Club has launched an immediate investigation and once identified, the individual responsible will be issued with an indefinite stadium ban.'

Former world boxing champion Glenn McCrory, 57, has been arrested after allegedly calling two teenage waitresses 'pet' at a £5,000-per-head VIP dinner held at the London Academy of Excellence.

  • 1.1k comments

Manchester police are hunting for a man who pretended to be a taxi driver and tried to pull a woman into bushes in Platt Fields Park (pictured) in a 'horrific' attack last night.

Whether you've noticed it at the petrol pump or supermarket checkout, the cost of living is soaring. Add the huge hike in energy prices and it's no wonder many households are feeling the pinch. With inflation at 9 per cent and likely to reach double figures later in the year, the truth is there could be far worse to come. Which is why it's more important than ever to tighten your belt, and that is where I come in. In Saturday's Mail I told how I pulled myself out of debt. Today, starting a week-long series, I offer my top tips for making savings.

The manager of a food bank in Cornwall said several local kids were contending with a bout of food poisoning after eating food that had gone off after sitting in a disconnected fridge or freezer.

Thefts have soared since the beginning of the year and are continuing to increase in the wake of price rises caused by the war in Ukraine which have left many consumers struggling.

Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey has been accused of 'sickening hypocrisy' for launching a pay review for his 4,000 staff.

Police had to escort an angry customer from a McDonalds drive-through in Leyland, Lancashire, after he blocked it for two hours this morning. Furious motorist  Stuart Yates, 55, refused to move his car from the drive through after a stalemate row over a refund and sausage-and-egg McMuffins.

  • 1.1k comments

 More than 200 police officers and staff have been caught illegally accessing photos of crime scenes, suspects and details of cases.

West Midlands mother Danielle Simpson, has revealed her horror after 'evil scumbag' Sherwain Smith, who killed her six-month-old baby son Troy, appeared as a suggested Facebook friend.

Aliens really could exist, but not in our galaxy, according to Professor Brian Cox. He was asked about a US Congressman's comments that UFOs are 'a potential national security threat'.

An accountancy giant (pictured) has been accused of 'mad wokery' for telling staff not to talk about private schools and skiing trips in a bid to boost inclusivity.

A new edict ruling that all women must wear a face veil in public or risk punishment was extended to TV presenters from Saturday, meaning they now have to cover their mouths and nose as well.

  • 216 comments
  • 2 videos

Isaiah Lee, 23, stormed the stage on May 3 in LA, and attempted to tackle Dave Chappelle to the ground. He said it was because he was angered by jokes about homeless people and LGBTQ.

The Royal Family have filmed each other since the 1920s but hundreds of these home-made recordings (pictured) have been held privately, but will be broadcast on the BBC in a new documentary. In delightful stills taken from private home movies, Princess Elizabeth can be seen enjoying a carefree childhood. At the Royal Lodge in Windsor in 1940, she frolics in matching dresses with Princess Margaret (bottom right) - and a corgi - and falls backwards on a chair in an apparent prank by George VI (left) .

  • 86 comments
  • 1 video

The Duke of York (pictured with the Queen in 2019) will take part in the ceremony alongside other senior royals on what is one of the most important ceremonies in the Royal calendar

The Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations could be complemented with glorious weather as forecasters predict it will be the hottest weekend of the year so far.

PR guru Toya Holness joined the Sussexes in October 2020 and was promoted to oversee their PR on both sides of the Atlantic in March last year.

  • 2.4k comments

The coin features the number 40 and Prince William's royal cypher - his initial W. Alongside the £5 coin, there will be a limited-edition 5oz gold coin released before June 21, the Royal Mint said

Kim Kardashian and daughter North twinned in gothic looks as they departed Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker's wedding in Portofino, Italy on Sunday. The reality titan, 41, looked incredible in a black dress with lace overlay across the bust, paired with an ornate gold choker, while her eldest child, eight, wore a flowing black robe.

  • 832 comments
  • 2 videos

Kris Jenner, 66, looked every inch the proud mother as she walked alongside her daughter Kourtney Kardashian, 43.

  • 254 comments
  • 2 videos

Khloe Kardashian, 37, cut a very regal figure as she arrived to watch her sister Kourtney marry Travis Barker in Portofino, Italy on Sunday.

Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker have got married for the third time, with a romantic ceremony in Portofino on Sunday evening. And the reality star, 43, looked nothing short of sensational as she pulled out all the stops for her third and final wedding ensemble. The brunette beauty wowed in a figure-hugging minidress by Dolce & Gabbana that showed off her incredible curvaceous figure.

Kelly wore a blue leopard print suit and a pair of black loafers that added a couple inches to his already impressive 6 foot, 4 inch frame.

Kourtney Kardashian caused a splash on her wedding day, but her daughter, Penelope, 9, may have stolen the show in an oyster colored tiered flower girl dress with red flowers.

Kylie Jenner went all out for her big sister Kourtney Kardashian's decadent Italian wedding over the weekend. The beauty mogul didn't waste any time sharing her multiple looks on social media.

Newlyweds Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker posed with their new blended family after saying 'I do' for a third time on Sunday. The couple took photos with Kourtney's son Reign, seven, and her sisters Kim Kardashian, 41, Khloe, 37, Kylie Jenner, 24, and Kendall, 26, following their ceremony in Italy. The reality sensations were joined by Travis' daughter Alabama Barker, 16, and his stepdaughter Atiana de la Hoya, 23.

His beaming son Nathan, 21, and girlfriend of two years Jodie were there to watch him. The ALP leader left his Sydney home before dawn on Monday morning.

Anthony Albanese, 59, won a crushing victory over Scott Morrison's Liberals at the weekend, leaving royal supporters anxiously wondering what it meant for the nation's ties with the monarchy.

Rebekah Vardy's kiss-and-tell story about her fling with Peter Andre - in which she described the singer as being 'hung like a small chipolata' - has become crucial evidence in the Wagatha Christie case.

Hertfordshire firefighters were battling a huge inferno at Metroline bus garage on the High Street in Potters Bar after being called to the scene on the High Street at 2.36pm on Sunday.

He was the world boxing champion renowned for his leopard-skin shorts (inset) and backflips over the top rope as much as his ability to defeat opponents in the ring. For seven years 'Prince' Naseem Hamed (left) not only dominated his sport but, with his cocksure swagger and irrepressible rags-to-riches back story, became synonymous with the hope and hedonism of the 1990s Britpop era (right). Feted by celebrities - the rap star P. Diddy once flanked him as he arrived for a fight on a flying carpet - and beaten only once in his entire career, the 5ft 4in, 9st featherweight was so idolised 11 million Brits tuned in to watch his last fight in 2002.

Dillon Wilford was a 'happy and healthy' 10-year-old boy until he woke up in November 2021 with a limp and 'severe pain' in his right leg - three months later he was diagnosed with CRPS.

  • 5 comments

Britain's 'strictest headmistress' Katharine Birbalsingh fears pupils will stop studying William Shakespeare as schools are forced to diversify the curriculum.

Blind executive at the charity Guide Dogs Dave Kent, 62, said he felt 'publicly humiliated' after he was told to leave a Marks & Spencer shop with his dog in Mortlake, west London last week.

Rail union RMT has issued a stern warning that they will mount fierce resistance to any attempt to reduce their right to strike on the railways, after ministers urged union bosses to 'be reasonable'.

How even Johnny's fans feel sorry for Amber's attorney: Depp supporters say Heard's lawyer looks 'drained' amid claims they've had screaming matches in court after brutal questioning from Depp's legal team 

While Heard has continued to spark outrage and negative reactions, her attorney, Elaine Bredehoft, has gained an outpouring of support from Depp fans who see the Aquaman actress' case as indefensible.Words of encouragement for Bredehoft online increased in the aftermath of Amber's Tuesday testimony, in which the attorney struggled during questioning. As Bredehoft cross-examined Heard on her last day on the stand, Depp's meticulous lawyer, Camille Vasquez, objected to every other question Bredehof attempted to make.

  • 993 comments
  • 1 video

A senior member of Iran's powerful Revolutionary Guard was shot dead in his car outside his home in Tehran today by unidentified gunmen on a motorbike, state TV reported.

Gardening (pictured) has always been considered good for the soul - now a poll has revealed green-fingered people really are happier.

The steel figure was created by garden designer and sculptor John Everiss to commemorate the RAF personnel who fought and won the Battle of Britain.

Putin's TV appearances were 'staged' last week to mask his absence from duties amid growing rumours of health problems - while a hardline ally 'holds the Kremlin reins', opposition source claims

Public appearances by Vladimir Putin were 'staged' last week to mask an absence from duties, raising new speculation about his health, an opposition source claimed. Old footage was used in video appearances for several meetings, it was alleged. Trusted aide Nikolai Patrushev - a former FSB chief - is now in virtual control of the Kremlin, and is the recipient of top level briefings that would normally go direct to Putin, claimed General SVR Telegram channel. The same outlet has previously asserted that Putin has been ordered by doctors to undergo surgery related to a cancer condition, and had predicted his temporary disappearance despite the war in Ukraine. In its latest post, the channel - which claims insider Kremlin information - said key figures believe Putin to be terminally ill which has altered the dynamic in Russia.

Mykhailo Podolyak, an adviser to Ukraine's president Zelensky, said the country would not agree to a ceasefire and said Kyiv would not accept any deal with Moscow that involved ceding territory.

Britain's MoD said Russia's only operational company of BMP-T Terminator tank support vehicles tanks had been deployed to the Sievierodonetsk axis in its Donbas offensive.

Dozens of bags full of envelopes have been delivered to the charity's headquarters in Leeds and volunteers will cut out the stamps, which will be sorted and sold in bulk by weight.

US General warns cadets graduating from West Point to prepare for a global war between superpowers fighting with robotic tanks, ships and planes as brutal Ukraine war continues 

During his address, General Mark Milley, chairman of the Army's Joint Chiefs of Staff, told graduates to prepare for the brewing conflict - which he said will change the way wars are fought. The US, he said, can no longer sit idle as a military powerhouse, as the two nations continue to show both growth a desire for global conquest - Russia with its aggression in Ukraine, and China with its recent economic and military growth. Drawing parallels with technology seen in Russia's invasion, Milley warned that future wars will be even more complex, with unseen enemies and sophisticated warfare that will see a need for new weapons and strategies from US Armed Forces. 'Right now, at this very moment, a fundamental change is happening in the very character of war,' Milley, a veteran of both the Afghanistan and Iraq wars, said.

Belgian Malinois Max, 3, was found starving by Ukrainians in the Mykolaiv region and was nursed back to health before he was redeployed as a minesweeping dog by Ukrainian troops.

  • 576 comments
  • 1 video

The bombs have been used to devastating effect in the 10-year Syrian civil war (pictured), with evidence suggesting that Bashar al-Assad's forces using them to kill thousands of civilians.

  • 427 comments
  • 1 video

Despite having a platoon of elite Russian special forces camped right outside his front door, Alexi Kosenko says he showed them 'no fear and no respect'.

Minister of Transport Vitaly Savelyev conceded that Western sanctions are forcing Russia to find alternative trade routes to ship its goods to Asia.

  • 476 comments

Iris Law and Sharon Stone turned heads as they arrived at the screening of Forever Young during the 75th annual Cannes Film Festival at Palais des Festivals in France on Sunday. The daughter of Jude Law and Sadie Frost, 21, flashed her washboard abs in a chic black corset top and matching maxi skirt (right), which she teamed with chunky heels. She styled her blonde pixie cut hair in a middle pattern, while she opted for a natural makeup look with edgy slits in her eyebrows.

A group of women protested at Cannes Film Festival today as they unfurled a banner to condemn 129 domestic killings, while letting off black smoke devices and holding their fists in the air.

Three seconds of bicep curls, 5 days a week for a month, can increase strength. Professor Ken Nosaka says short, good-quality exercise can still be good for you

  • 4 comments

It is claimed that coroners were not given key evidence and that senior managers at the service edited witness statements that had been requested, making it look like no mistakes had been made.

It's been estimated that obesity costs this country around £50billion a year. NHS data shows that in 2019/20 there were more than a million hospital admissions where obesity was a factor

Mo Gawdat, 51, (pictured) lost his son Ali, 21, (pictured with Mo in inset) on the operating table after surgical blunders. Former chief business officer at Google explains he was consumed with rage. Mo has concluded that material possessions only drain you and has devised a happiness chart for dealing with grief and difficult emotions

Oxford and Cambridge should give a university place to a pupil from a state school over one from the independent sector if they get the same grades, the Education Secretary has said.

It was reported his co-accused's defence lawyer argued more information was needed about the historical significance of the 12 archaeological pieces found in their possession.

The firm faces a £4.5m fine from the watchdog, the Financial Reporting Council, as soon as this week, according to reports.

Jodie Marsh, 43, has split from her boyfriend of three years Billy Collins Nuttall, 26, claiming he cheated on her throughout their relationship.

Rebekah (left, right) was pictured beaming in the stands as she watched her husband Jamie (inset) take to the pitch to conclude Leicester's Premier League campaign just days after her High Court legal battle with fellow WAG Coleen Rooney concluded on Thursday. The two WAGs have been fighting it out in the High Court after Rebekah claimed Coleen had libeled her when claiming she was leaking personal stories about her to the press, an accusation made in a bombshell social media post by Mrs Rooney on 19 October 2019. Coleen, whose husband Wayne is England's all-time top goal scorer, claims the post was a 'last resort' after coming to the conclusion someone was leaking information about her to the Sun, but has defended it as being true. But despite the expense of the legal battle, Coleen has told friends she is confident she will be 'vindicated' and that 'justice will prevail'.

Helena Frith Powell says that there are things her husband is not involved in. UK-based writer reveals that she was perimenopausal at the age of 47

ANDREW PIERCE: One might have expected Tory grandee Sir Edward Leigh to have publicly backed the Pope's criticism of the leader of the Russian Orthodox Church.

The quiet town of Luton no doubt has its own unique charms. But plane passengers could be forgiven for being less than thrilled when they spotted a 'Welcome to Luton' sign upon landing - not least because the 60-metre greeting has been installed on the approach to Gatwick in West Sussex, a mere 60 miles south of Luton airport. Passengers described being in a 'state of panic' when they spotted it. YouTube prankster Max Fosh (inset) has claimed he was behind it and has apologised if 'anyone has been seriously thrown'.

The shipment from the US military's Ramstein Air Base in Germany is the first in Biden's Operation Fly Formula program, aimed at ramping up international imports of baby formula.

Kristine Knizer, 28, a general science teacher at Irving Middle School in Springfield, Virginia, is facing two counts of possession of child pornography.

  

DON'T MISS

When the Duke of Cambridge stepped on to the red carpet for the UK premiere of Top Gun: Maverick last Thursday, he probably didn't realise it would be him - rather than his wife, Kate, or the film's star, Tom Cruise - who would send the paparazzi into overdrive. But it wasn't the prince's beautifully cut Alexander McQueen dinner jacket that got the snappers in a frenzy. Oh, no. What really caught the eye that evening was Wills's unexpectedly flamboyant footwear. Pulled over the royal trotters was a pair of fetching black velvet slippers embroidered with an F-18 Super Hornet, the fighter jet that features in Cruise's new blockbuster. Costing £300, William's slippers were custom-made by Crockett & Jones, the fancy cobbler that holds the royal warrant thanks to William's nattily dressed dad. Crockett also sells them with a skull and crossbones motif, a fleur de lis (very Prince of Wales) and a heraldic lion rampant. Another top English shoemaker, Shipton & Heneage, offers an even richer multitude of elaborate designs: Cupid, rocket, 'piggies', tigers, flowers, flames and, er, electricity pylons (all for just £275 a pair).

CHRISTOPHER STEVENS: This backyard makeover show is a kind of horticultural Top Gear, with three blokes rolling up their sleeves for some loud and lairy garden action.

NEW KATE MUIR: Music fans are in not just for a treat but a psychedelic banquet of Bowie footage - after the first documentary authorised by the singer's estate

Police and Cumbria Fire & Rescue Service were called to a fire at Toll Bar Houses in Distington at 4.47am on Sunday.

Emergency services were called to the river in the Cressage area of Shropshire at around 9.15pm on Saturday.

Jason Geiger, 47, played the red Power Ranger under the stage name Austin St. John. He was arrested in Texas on Tuesday - one of 19 people accused of COVID loan fraud.

Gang of thieves who blew up 18 ATMs in £100,000 raids and stole 10 trophies from horseracing museum including £75,000 Ascot Gold Vase are jailed

Six members from the Oxfordshire gang led by James 'Jimmy' Sheen (pictured left) blew up 18 ATMs over a year and got away with £100,000 by dragging them out using high-powered 4x4s. In May 2020, three members of the gang also smashed their way into the National Horseracing Museum in Newmarket and walked out with 10 trophies, including the £75,000 Ascot Gold Vase. Sentencing them at Oxford Crown Court on Friday, Judge Michael Gledhill QC labelled this Newmarket heist as the 'most audacious in this lengthy list' and said the crime demonstrated the gang's ambition whilst sentencing the six men. In May and June 2020, the gang also stole expensive agricultural machinery and arranged through a foreign contact to have them taken abroad. Judge Gledhill described the thefts as 'committed and professional' but condemned their attitude to life which he described as 'if it is there to be taken, we're entitled to it'.

Nadhim Zahawi found the case of schoolboy, Raheem Bailey, 11, 'sickening' after he lost his finger trying to flee bullies - as the youngster's prosthetic fundraiser tops over £81,000 in donations.

The runner who collapsed after crossing the finish line at the RBC Brooklyn Half Marathon during a sweltering heat wave on Saturday has been identified as David Reichman, 32.

 Bringing back wild areas such as wetlands could be the best way of saving UK bumblebees, a study has found.Over 500 Bumblebee Conservation Trust's BeeWalk volunteers

SHEILA HANCOCK: My greatest progress during the pandemic has been in my mastery of social media. After several unsatisfactory phone calls, my three daughters and eight grandchildren decided I had to move into the 21st century so that we could see each other's faces whilst I was in isolation. We started big, with them talking me through the process of joining a family Zoom meeting. I did just about manage it, but was bewildered by them all shouting instructions at me. After insisting on one-to-one coaching, I have gradually mastered WhatsApp, Zoom, FaceTime, YouTube - in fact, I will have a go at anything. I have a relationship with a charming young man called Craig, who works for my service provider, and comes into my screen and sorts it out when I get really hysterical (Sheila pictured left with late husband John Thaw and right with Prince William)

The Civil Service was today accused having 'a political agenda to erase woman and the concept of biological sex' with its use of non-specific terms.

The former glamorous swimsuit model, who has been living in homeless encampments in California for nearly six years, was seen puffing on a cigarette and snacking on Pringles. Slightly less disheveled than the few last times she has been seen in public, Willison sported a tailored sleeveless jacket, a tan undershirt, black pants - and an Apple Watch on her wrist that could indicate her luck is turning around. The photos, exclusively obtained by DailyMail.com, are a stark contrast from Willison's once glamorous life.

The 65-year-old best known for his role as Trilby loving wide-boy Mickey Pearce, confirmed the news on Sunday on his Twitter account just ten months after being diagnosed.

Jo Elvin says that there is a huge selection of clever linen blends this summer. If you  get the fabric weight and fit right, you've got an elegant friend for life

The crash occurred on I-95, near Kingsville, Maryland, shortly before 7am, the Baltimore County Fire Department said in a statement.

Jill Biden followed in the footsteps of John F. Kennedy and visited the National Children's Hospital of Costa Rica, where she celebrated a new partnership to defeat cancer.

Two Australian women have revealed how eczema impacts every aspect of their lives - as health experts reveal the condition costs sufferers an average of $280,000 to treat over a life time.

'Should I get out [of the race]?' Conway recalled Trump asking her on October 8, 2016, a day after the decade-old tape was released. Will I lose? Will we lose? Can we still win?'

Giraffe-sick Park! Adorable baby giraffe is strapped up in custom braces due to wonky legs that make it hard to stand and walk at San Diego Zoo

Three-month-old Msituni - a name that means 'in the forest' in Swahili - was born February 1 at the zoo's Safari Park, stricken with a genetic disorder that affected the young animal's front legs. The condition, called carpal hypertension, caused the giraffe's front legs to bend improperly, making it near impossible for her to stand and walk due to the pressure being put on her joints and bones. Subsequently, Safari Park staff grew concerned that the newborn calf could die if they did not immediately correct the condition, which hindered the animal from nursing and walking around the habitat. Msituni was 5-foot-10 at birth, and growing fast - creating a sense of urgency for the worried workers. The brace, crafted by Mirzaian's Hanger Clinic, is comprised with custom-molded carbon graphite orthotic, and uses cast moldings of the calf's legs to fit the animal comfortably. The finished product has proved to be a success, the zoo says, with Msituni able to walk with the rest of her herd in the Safari Park's 60-acre East Africa savanna habitat.

  • 37 comments
  • 1 video

An anonymous reader has asked for advice on how to treat dry under-eyes. Inge Van Lotringen says that injecting moisture locally makes a big difference

Sydney food blogger Ayeh Manfre has shared her simple recipe for giant guilt-free peanut butter cups using only four ingredients in a video posted to her popular TikTok page.

Irish crisp giant Tayto has released 100,000 bars of chocolate, made by fellow Irish brand Butler's, that contain 'real crisp pieces' - prompting opposing views on how good it tastes.

Shane Watson shares advice on how to wear and style the retro boho trend. UK-based fashion expert says to treat boho like a bright print avoid trimmings

Australian Rules fan is allegedly attacked with a DIDGERIDOO during violent clashes at AFL's showpiece Dreamtime game that saw 50 fans ejected from MCG and police bitten and punched 

The annual AFL Dreamtime clash between Richmond and Essendon at the MCG has been soured by a series of fan-related incidents which saw at least 50 fans kicked out of the ground on Saturday night. The worst of the incidents outside the MCG post-match which left a man with serious facial injuries and requiring surgery. Shocking footage shows the fan walking along the path before he's confronted by another male who allegedly strikes him in the head with a didgeridoo. The fan suffered two skull fractures, an eye 'the size of a golf ball' and will have surgery on his badly broken nose on Monday.

Best Buys-The smartest way to shop online

IN FEMAIL TODAY...

How 'Australia's Tinder Swindler' used women as 'cash cows' to fund his luxury lifestyle before his own daughter exposed him and his lies

A man dubbed 'Australia's Tinder swindler' is accused of using a series of innocent women as 'cash cows' before his own daughter exposed his lies. Grant Greentree told Kim d'Alquen, from Melbourne, that his ex-wife Elizabeth had died of cancer a decade earlier before finally rinsing her of more than $200,000. Mr Greentree promised his new bride that once he turned 60 he would receive a substantial superannuation payment, but the money never came. He asked Ms d'Alquen to pay for holidays and their everyday expenses, despite boasting he owned a yacht and several investment properties around the world.

  • 30 comments
  • 1 video

Wade Lemon faces up to five years in prison on the felony charge, which was filed in Davis County on Tuesday, just before the four-year statute of limitations expired in the case.

The Roeper School in Birmingham suspended the Asian Pacific biology female after her failure to ban the classroom activity caused outrage among parents and city officials

Shocking moment thug hurls traffic cones at food vendor, 57, in New York's Times Square after argument turned into vicious brawl 

Cell phone video shows the moment an unknown man hurled traffic cones at a food vendor in Times Square as major crimes in the city are up 40 percent from last year. The video shows a black man wearing a black t-shirt, black pants and gray Crocs with socks walking towards the street vendor at around 6.15pm on May 14. He then started throwing the traffic cones after allegedly hitting the 57-year-old victim in the head with a milk crate. Police say the brawl began when the man and the food vendor got into an argument - though it remains unclear what it was about. The victim was later transported to a local hospital for a laceration to his head.

Advertisement
  

MORE DON'T MISS

Discounts-The best offers from Daily Mail Discounts

Evie-Mae Geurts, now seven, who lives in Bristol with mum Amy, 28, was registered blind at just a few months old and was diagnosed with hydrocephalus at eight months. Doctors told Evie's mum Amy, 28, the brain condition meant her sight was gone forever, and she'd likely never learn to walk and talk. (Pictured: Amy as a baby, more recently, as a seven-year-old)

Truffle flavour is a misleading way of saying it's lab-created rather than real. Sudi Pigott has analysed the truffle products to uncover the best of the best

Hannah Betts shares advice on wearing make-up and skincare in hot-weather. UK-based beauty expert says that she has switched up her usual oil cleanser

The family of a professional cyclist Anna Moriah Wilson, 25, (main) who was allegedly shot and killed by yoga instructor Kaitlin Armstrong, 34, (below) deny their daughter was in a love triangle with fellow cyclist Colin Strickland (inset). Wilson, 25, who went by 'Mo,' was found dead on May 11 at a friend's home in Texas while attending a cycling contest in Austin. Investigators said that based on their search of Wilson's phone, text messages indicated that Wilson thought she was 'still in a romantic relationship with Strickland even though he was currently dating Armstrong.' Wilson's family believe the relationship was not romantic despite the pair growing close when he was on a break from dating Armstrong.

  

TOP SPORT STORIES

Advertisement
Advertisement