Joe Biden blamed on Wednesday Donald Trump's supporters for the crushing defeat of Democrat Terry McAuliffe in Virginia's gubernatorial race, suggesting if his agenda passed before Election Day that the results may have been different. 'I think it should have passed before Election Day, but I'm not sure that I would be able to have changed the number of very conservative folks who turned out and the red districts who were Trump voters. But maybe,' the president said during a White House event on Wednesday. When asked if Democrats should have won in Virginia considering Biden won it by 10 points in 2020, the president said: 'I know we did, but we also - I was running against Donald Trump.'
Gov. Phil Murphy narrowly wins reelection in NJ after Republican surge took vote to the wire: Becomes the first Democrat in more than 40 years to win second term in the Garden State
The New Jersey gubernatorial race was officially called for Democrat Phil Murphy Wednesday evening after the contest was deemed too close to call nearly 24 hours after polls closed. Murphy won by a razor-thin margin – 50 per cent to 49.2 per cent – in a state expected to be a landslide for President Joe Biden's party. With the victory, the incumbent governor became the first Democrat to win a gubernatorial reelection in New Jersey in more than 40 years. Republican candidate Jack Ciattarelli protested the call with a retweet from a post made by his communications director. 'With the candidates separated by a fraction of a percent out of 2.4 million ballots cast, it's irresponsible of the media to make this call when the New Jersey Secretary of State doesn't even know how many ballots are left to be counted,' Stami Williams tweeted Wednesday after the AP called the election for Murphy. Murphy led Ciattarelli, a former New Jersey State lawmakers, by more than 16,000 votes Wednesday afternoon when 11 per cent of counties had yet to report, pulling out a wider lead thanks to returns from heavily-blue Mercer County, where the state capital of Trenton is located. Some have speculated the election could come down to a recount. Unlike some places, New Jersey does not have any minimum requirements or guidelines for an automatic recount. A candidate or group of at least 10 voters can petition a Superior Court judge for a recount up to 17 days after the election. The race has also been plagued by counting issues that led to vote tallies being doubled in one county and election workers accidentally locking machines in others.
'Drunk $16m Raiders star Henry Ruggs, 22, was traveling at 156mph in his Corvette with his girlfriend before plowing into SUV and killing woman, 23, and her dog': Wears neck brace to court as team dumps him
Henry Ruggs III's blood-alcohol level was twice Nevada's legal limit and he was traveling at 156mph in the moments leading up to the car crash that left another driver dead and injured his passenger, according to police. Ruggs's mugshot was released Wednesday, showing the now-former Las Vegas Raiders receiver with a neck brace and a cut across his nose. The Raiders released Ruggs just hours before the former first-round draft pick's first court appearance on felony charges of driving under the influence of alcohol resulting in death and reckless driving. Cops said Ruggs was driving his Corvette at 156mph before colliding with the victim's Toyota RAV4 at 127mph at 3:40am on Tuesday in Las Vegas. The Toyota burst into flames and the driver and her dog died. The woman was not immediately identified. The former University of Alabama star appeared to be impaired and refused a field sobriety test before being transferred to the hospital, according to police. A gun was also found in Ruggs's Corvette. Injuries to Ruggs and his passenger, Rudy Washington, have not been specified publicly, but he was wearing his neck brace to Wednesday's hearing, according to reports. Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson did not immediately respond to messages about the charges. Probation is not an option in Nevada for a conviction on a charge of DUI causing death, which carries a possible sentence of two to 20 years in state prison. The possible sentence for reckless driving is one to six years in prison, with probation available.
'It's garbage': Biden DENIES report he's giving $450,000 to migrants separated at the border under Trump
President Joe Biden was confronted by a Fox News reporter about the claim that his administration will give migrant families who entered the country illegally up to $1 million on Wednesday. Fox had asked Biden if the reported payments 'might incentivize more people to come over illegally.' Biden replied, 'If you guys keep sending that garbage out, yeah.' The lump sums have been put forward as a way for the U.S. Justice Department to settle lawsuits with migrants who say the policy caused them lasting psychological damage.
Suitcase killer Heather Mack faces second trial for mother's murder as she is ARRESTED when she arrives back in US from Indonesia with her prison-born little girl, six
'Suitcase killer' Heather Mack was arrested on Wednesday just moments after setting foot on US soil for the first time since helping to murder her socialite mom at a five-star Bali resort in 2014. The 26-year-old arrived at Chicago O'Hare Airport accompanied by the little girl she bore behind bars only to find Federal agents waiting for her at the gate. The swoop was anticipated by her legal team who have vowed to wage 'war' to allow convicted killer Mack to start afresh, citing double jeopardy laws and the impact it will have on her six-year-old daughter, Stella.
'She knows where the bones are buried': Ex-husband of missing accountant Heidi Planck claims her boss - under investigation for $43M fraud - had accused her of 'siphoning money'
The ex-husband of missing LA bookkeeper Heidi Planck (both seen left) has claimed her investment firm boss, who is being investigated for fraud, didn't appear 'too concerned' for her after she disappeared and seemed more worried about recovering her work laptop instead. James Wayne told DailyMail.com he believes 'the answer to Heidi's whereabouts lies with her boss, Jason Sugarman, and his company.' The 39-year-old California mom has not been seen since she left her son's football game with her dog, Seven, in Downey, Los Angeles, on October 17. Wayne said he suspects foul play is involved in his ex-wife's disappearance and that her job at an investment firm is somehow connected. Planck works as a financial controller, overseeing all employees involved in the accounting process at Camden Capital Partners, where Sugarman (center) is a managing partner who is currently under investigation for a $43million fraud scheme.
Inside murdered NYC drug baron Alpo Martinez's 'simple life' in Maine witness protection where he ran construction firm out of his three-bed apartment: Neighbors wondered how he could afford Dodge Ram AND Harley Davidson
Neighbors of Alberto 'Alpo' Martinez (left) say they were surprised to learn he was actually one of New York City's most notorious drug dealers. The 55-year-old had been living under witness protection after being released from prison in 2015 in a humble three-bedroom apartment in Maine. (right) Following his death his neighbors said it was 'surreal' to discover that who they knew as 'Abraham Rodriguez' was actually Alpo Martinez.
Icing on the donut! Dems now face state NJ Senate defeat at hands of TRUCKER who spent just $153 of his $10,000 GOP donations on campaign (and $66 of that was at Dunkin!)
Ed Durr, a truck driver from South Jersey, may have pulled off a stunning upset victory over one of the most powerful politicians in New Jersey in the state Senate race on Tuesday. New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney (right) is trailing Durr by about four points as of Wednesday afternoon. The Democrat spent millions defending his seat in 2017. The party's underperformance throughout the blue state has captured national attention. The incumbent Democratic Governor Phil Murphy is just barely ahead of his Republican challenger in a race that polls had indicated would be a blue landslide.
We need to be even FURTHER left: Progressives including Ilhan Omar double down on agenda that led party to disaster in Virginia and vow to fight GOP's 'race-baiting BS'
Progressive Democrats led by Ilhan Omar suggested the party needs to go even further to the left and didn't do enough to combat the Republican's 'race-baiting bulls***' as warring factions played the blame game for Terry McAuliffe's crushing defeat in Virginia and a close race in New Jersey on Tuesday night. Senator Tim Kaine (D-Ohio) said he hoped his colleagues would treat the dismal showing like the 'Ghost of Christmas Future' and moderates called for an end to in-fighting with Biden's agenda still stalled and his approval ratings plummeting. Even the mainstream media was damning of the results and the fallout with CNN saying Biden returned from Europe to a 'political nightmare', The New York Times suggesting the president's falling approval rating 'heavily shaped' the dismal showing, and The Washington Post said it confirmed the collapse of the coalition that propelled the Democrats to victory over Donald Trump in 2020. 'The menacing thunder couldn't get much louder for Democrats,' Lisa Lerer of The NY Times wrote. 'The Republican resurgence on Tuesday in Virginia - a state that President Biden won by 10 percentage points last year - and surprising strength in solidly blue New Jersey offer a vivid warning of the storm clouds gathering as Democrats look warily to the horizon.' progressives and pair of Senate centrists.
'Currently going through the seven stages of grief!' Liberal hosts get roasted online for their election night 'meltdown' following Republican Glenn Youngkin's Virginia gubernatorial victory
Hosts on MSNBC and CNN were unable to contain their shock at McAuliffe's defeat, with Jake Tapper looking at a map of the election results and saying flatly: 'Oh my God.' Commentator Joy Reid joined Rachel Maddow on MSNBC and launched an astonishing tirade against 'dangerous' Republicans, warning that voting for Youngkin - 'a soft white nationalist' - was a gateway to more 'hardcore nationalism.' Over on CNN, Van Jones said that Youngkin was to Trump what the Delta variant was to Covid-19, saying it's the 'same disease, but spreads a lot faster and can get a lot more places.' Their shock and disappointment at the result gave people on Twitter endless joy, with one jokingly comparing it to the 'seven stages of grief.'
MEGHAN MCCAIN: Trump thought women like to be grabbed by the p***y but Virginia showed that what they really want is a Republican Mr Rogers - and he just showed the GOP the way back to power
There are many reasons I am excited about last night's barn-burner election results in the Virginia governor's race. First and foremost it is a clean, direct repudiation of the insanity that has overtaken school boards in Virginia, especially the divisive, toxic and dangerous agenda that is Critical Race Theory. And it is a devastating kill shot for a Democratic party that has gone so far off track from where normal, rational mainstream Americans currently are. There is truly no way for anyone to spin this any other way (although just a quick glance at Twitter will show that some of the most radical characters on the left are already trying). It will take weeks to completely unpack the autopsy of this race but as we begin to peel back the onion a little bit on what happened last night one of the most striking factors was the glaring absence of President Trump. Governor-elect Glenn Youngkin (left) could not be more a different personality to President Trump (right). He is a congenial, calm-spoken, everyman. A former vestry server at the Holy Trinity Church in McLean, VA who has been married to the same woman since 1995 and has four children. In fact the best thing I can say about him is that he reminds me of the beloved children's television host Mr Rogers. Yes, he is also a fabulously wealthy and accomplished businessman but quite frankly that barely registered with me while he was running because he focused so clearly on the meat-and-potatoes issues impacting Virginia voters. He could not be further away from the proudly bloviating, self-aggrandizing, crass, immoral adulterer our former President Trump is.
'I don't need to prove something I already know': Defiant Canadian race faker insists she IS indigenous after being suspended from government job when her SISTER revealed she was white
Carrie Bourassa (left and inset) the scientific director of the Institute of Indigenous Peoples' Health for the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, had claimed to be of the Métis, Anishinaabe and Tlingit tribes without ever actually presenting proof, only self-identifying. She was outed by her sister, Jody Burnett, (right) who said there was no proof of their families ties to the tribes. Bourassa claimed that there is no need provide proof and accused investigations into her heritage as going against the customs of her tribe.
'Not everything is racist. OMG can we stop this nonsense?' Meek Mill faces backlash for 'playing race card' after flight attendant asked him about pot stench as he and entourage boarded private jet
Meek Mill is facing social media backlash after he branded the flight attendant of a private jet racist after he and his entourage were asked if they were smoking weed as they boarded the flight. The 37-year-old shared a video on his Instagram showing the quick confrontation when Mill decided to deplane after the flight attendant claimed the plane smelt like weed. Social media users were split on their reactions, with some calling him 'petty' and questioning why he labeled the attendant a racist and refused to answer him. Others came to his defense noting that it is not a crime to smell like pot. Mill posted on social media looking to charter another plane but decided to stay in Manhattan for the Fabolous Halloween Party at Harbor New York City on Sunday.
Insane brawl breaks out on LA-bound Delta flight after passenger objected to man placing item in his seatback pocket
Passengers of the Los Angeles-bound flight, delayed roughly 30 minutes after its scheduled take-off at 7.15am, watched in horror as two men scuffled in the isle. Curtis Maurice Clayton, 30, from South Carolina, was arrested at Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport for initiating the fight. Clayton was charged with battery and interference with government property and booked into the Clayton County Jail after damaging a police car while being taken into custody. The incident is the last in an alarming spike of disorderly passengers disrupting flights across the country. The Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) said in August it had issued more than $1 million in fines to unruly passengers in 2021, and revealed there have already been 4,941 unruly passenger reports this year alone.
Ailing Wendy Williams rolls out in a wheelchair as ratings for her talk show SOAR with celebrity guest hosts filling in while she focuses on health issues
DailyMail.com spotted Wendy Williams being wheeled from her Manhattan home into a black SUV on Tuesday. The talk show host paired a camel coat with black pants, sneakers, a white handbag and went incognito with dark shades and mask. The sighting comes as ratings of The Wendy Williams Show are up, with guest hosts filling in for Wendy as she deals with her declining health. Season 13 premiered with a panel of guest hosts on October 18, including Devyn Simone and Bevy Smith, followed by actress Leah Remini stepping in as guest host from October 19 to 22.Comedian Whitney Cummings filled in for Wendy from October 25 to 29, followed by Sherri Shepherd from November 1 to 5. The show had a 33% boost in household ratings for the week ending in October 24, according to The Wrap.
'Unvaccinated' Packers QB Aaron Rodgers has COVID and will miss Sunday's game vs. Chiefs: Reigning MVP said in August he was 'immunized' against the virus
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has reportedly tested positive for COVID-19 and will not play against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday as it is revealed he is unvaccinated. The NFL Network was the first to report the news. Packers spokespeople did not immediately respond to DailyMail.com's request for confirmation. Both NFL Network's Mike Garafolo and ESPN's Adam Schefter are reporting that the reigning MVP is unvaccinated. The Packers were already without receivers Davante Adams and Allen Lazard, both of whom missed last Thursday's game. Adams tested positive for COVID-19, while the unvaccinated Lazard was found to be a close contact, necessitating that he be away from the team for five days, per league rules. Adams has not yet been cleared to return. Second-year quarterback Jordan Love, 23, is now in line to make his first NFL start. Due to league protocol, Rodgers will not be allowed to return to the team before November 13, and possibly later than that. The Packers host the Seattle Seahawks a day later on November 14.
Anti-vaccine nurse, 58, dies of COVID after writing poetry urging people 'not to let them poke you' and calling the pandemic 'genocide'
Steve Shurden, 58, from Tulsa, battled the virus for three weeks and eventually passed away on October 19. On Facebook, he shared his right-wing, pro-Trump, politically charged poetry. In his poetry, Steve featured political issues such as the Afghanistan debacle, the treatment of veterans in the US, and his opposition to the way the Biden administration was governing the country. On Facebook, he announced he would publish a poetry collection book, and said that the last book in the series would be published at 'our real President's inauguration later this year,' supporting debunked claims that the 2020 Presidential election was rigged.
American treasures rescued from the trash: How author and his friend raided dumpsters for discarded prints in the 1970s - and then waited 50 years to publish them...
In the early 1970s, Michael Lesy was a graduate student with photography on his mind. His friend was a motorcycle delivery boy who ferried film from drugstores to be processed at a factory. 'What we used to do for a while... is raid the dumpsters,' Lesy told DailyMail.com. That 1971 summer in San Francisco, he amassed an archive. 'Every week, for four weeks during the summer, we took home whatever snapshots we found. They were in the trash because the machines that made them-duplicates, triplicates, quadruplicates-made them faster than the people on the line could stop them,' he wrote in his new book, Snapshots 1971-77, images are seen above. 'We guessed we took home seven thousand a week. I'd spend days looking through them. Some I kept; most I threw out.' Years later, Lesy was back in his hometown of Cleveland and another opportunity for snapshots cropped up. Through a friend, he met a drugstore owner who didn't know what to do with the pictures people did not pick up. Lesy waited 50 years to publish his found collection of snapshots. 'I always had it together. This book could have been made at any time,' he explained but added the legal risk before was high. 'Fifty years later, everything and nothing has changed,' he wrote.
Cop26's Stella attraction? The Prince who started it all: Everyone from the politicians and boffins to the warbling hippies and Greta Thunberg stormtroopers acknowledges that the Prince of Wales has been a key player in eco fight, writes ROBERT HARDMAN
ROBERT HARDMAN: The Prince of Wales is pictured with designer and sustainability advocate Stella McCartney. There is certainly a spring in his step as he wanders around this summit. Here, everyone from the politicians and boffins crammed inside this giant super-spreader event to the warbling hippies and Thunberg stormtroopers banging on the steel fence outside acknowledges that the Prince has been a key player. Earlier this week, Boris Johnson saluted the Prince in front of the world leaders: 'l just want to say you're a prophet without honour and you've been right for a very long time.' Those same world leaders have been beating a path to his door all week, albeit the door to a rather dreary prefab box called 'Meeting Room D' in the VVIP inner sanctum of this vast tented complex.
Traveler shares disgusting photo of a man's hideous bare FEET poking out between theirs from under the seat
Reddit user Brownshout shared the disturbing photo with the sarcastic title: 'The joys of international travel.' The image shows two bare feet pushing their way into the space of the seat ahead of them. Commenters are disturbed by the condition of the feet. They've also said that they would step on them or 'accidentally' spill something to teach the person a lesson.
'I thought I'd never see my kids again': Mom-of-two who was abducted and tortured by her jealous ex-boyfriend recounts how he beat, burned, and DROWNED her after flying into rage over a TEXT
In April 2020, Giselle Shuken, 36, was locked in the trunk of a car and beaten by her own boyfriend when he became paranoid that she was going to cheat. David Crawford, 36, was sent to jail for the incident, but was back on the streets four months later after paying bail. In July, he kidnapped Giselle again. He was then re-arrested and pled guilty to corporal injury to a spouse.
Ashlyn Grace, 21, who uses they/them pronouns, got the tattoo a week before breaking up with an ex-boyfriend 11 months ago. It features his name, Alexander, written in all caps down Ashlyn's spine, from the nape of the neck to the small of the back. Commenters are shocked and horrified, particularly by how big it is. Some have suggested ways to fix it by adding new words like 'Hamilton' or 'the Great,' with some urging Ashlyn to get a dog named Alexander. Ashlyn claimed to have no regrets over the tat and still likes it over a year later.
PICTURED: Cleo Smith kidnap suspect, 36, in bandages with head injury suffered in custody as incredible video shows rescue of 'Australia's Maddie', four, from rundown home - 18 DAYS after she vanished from family's tent
Police arrested a 36-year-old man, who they have not yet named or charged, in connection with the disappearance of Cleo, dubbed 'Australia's Madeleine McCann '. The suspect was pictured being taken to hospital (left) with a bandage around his head in the early hours, after he injured his head inside his cell while in custody. Cleo was discovered by detectives around 1am Wednesday alone inside the bedroom of a rundown and locked house in Carnarvon - a rural town 47 miles from the campsite where she vanished on October 16, and just two miles from her family home. Incredible video footage (right) shows the moment that Cleo was found by officers in a rundown home 18 days after she vanished from a campsite where she was staying with her family. Cleo is now safe and recovering in the company of her parents - having been pictured (inset) smiling from a hospital bed while eating an ice lolly, waving to the camera as her mother's hand rests on her leg.
'Is this... normal?' Breastfeeding mom shows off her VERY lopsided boobs after allowing her 'particular' baby girl to only nurse from one breast
Abbie Herbert, 25, welcomed a baby girl named Poppy in May 2021. Soon after giving birth, she noticed that her newborn daughter preferred to nurse on one side over the other. But when her right breast started to grow much larger than the left, she was certainly in for a shock. The mom from Bradford Woods, Pennsylvania, recently took to TikTok to share her problem with the world, and it turns out, she's not alone.
Wife, 33, plunges 100ft to her death into a river while posing for photos taken by husband on the edge of a cliff in Belgium
Zoe Snoeks (left), 33, was posing on a cliff near the village of Nadrin in Belgium's Luxembourg province on Tuesday morning while touring the country with husband Joeri Janssen. The keen explorer (right, pictured in the Mosel valley on her travels), who lived in the province of Limburg with her school sweetheart, whom she married in 2012 (pictured together inset, top), plunged into a river below when his back was turned. The public prosecutor's office in Luxembourg Province said she slipped on the cliff edge (inset, bottom) and fell into the Ourthe River. Police, firefighters and scuba divers rushed to the scene along with a medical helicopter from Bra-sur-Lienne, and the rescue team later found her body.
Archaeologists pull 1,200-year-old dugout canoe which was built using single tree by Native Americans from Wisconsin lake
The 15-foot-long canoe is the oldest and most preserved to be found in Wisconsin. It was fashioned from either a bass wood or walnut tree by Native Americans in 800AD. The canoe also was created by ancestors of the Ho-Chunk Nation, who are referred to as 'People of the Big Water' which still exists to this day. The vessel has been transported to Wisconsin's State Archive Preservation Facility and placed into a custom-built storage vat containing water and a bio-deterrent to protect the canoe from physical deterioration.
Anna Wintour becomes a grandmother for the third time: Vogue editor-in-chief's daughter Bee gives birth to her first child, a son named Oliver Sozzani in honor of her husband Francesco Carrozzini's late mom
Bee, 34, announced the arrival of her firstborn son on Instagram on Wednesday, revealing that Oliver Sozzani Carrozzini was born on October 25. She shared several images of her newborn son, including two of the tot wearing a knitted reindeer hat in honor of the upcoming festive season. Oliver's middle name, Sozzani, was the surname of his late paternal grandmother, Franca Sozzani, who died in December 2016 at the age of 66. It was first revealed that Bee and Francesco were expecting in July when sources close to the couple let the news lip; the mom-to-be confirmed it weeks later. Vogue editor-in-chief Anna, 72, already has two granddaughters via her son Charles Shaffer and his wife Elizabeth Cordry.
Want to consciously uncouple from your money this Christmas? Gwyneth Paltrow unveils 'ridiculous but awesome' gift guide featuring $10K Chanel sled, $37K kid's play gym with 'rich mom energy,' and $535K 'floating hotel room'
The 49-year-old actress' 2021 Goop gift guide includes a category for 'all the things you can't believe exist - and absolutely have to have'. It has over $1 million in gifts including a $393,000 Cartier watch (bottom right) and a luxurious floating pod (top right) - like a small yacht - for over half a million dollars. There's $37,290 kiddie gym (top center), coffee table books costing $2,250 and $4,900, a $10,000 Chanel sled (bottom center), and travel experiences in India, New York, Sweden, and South Africa. One of the 'bargain' items is a pack of designer strawberries, which cost $15 for three medium size or $50 for three large size. Other categories of the gift guide feature nearly a dozen vibrators, $565 paper flowers, a $1,025 wooden bowl, and a single cup and saucer for $250.
'Daddy took one for the team': Today host Craig Melvin reveals he got his ear pierced with his daughter Sybil for her fifth birthday after she nervously asked him to go 'first'
Melvin 42, showed off the onyx stud in his left ear on the Today show Wednesday. He admitted he's 'not the ear-piercing kind of guy,' but he did it for his daughter, Sybil, who wanted to get her ears pierced for her fifth birthday. Melvin said that when they got to the piercing studio, she asked: 'Daddy, would you do yours first?' It turned into a family affair when his wife, Lindsay Czarniak, and their seven-year-old son, Dell, got their ears pierced as well. The father of two shared photos of their new piercings on Instagram, writing: 'A family that pierces together stays together.'
Someone call a proofreader! Snaps reveal hilarious signs that shouldn't have passed quality control - from 'World War 11' plaque to a billboard telling drivers 'you don't matter'
These hilarious snaps from across the globe, collated by Bored Panda , show what happens when writing signs goes badly wrong. From a plaque commemorating the '11th World War' (bottom centre) to a confusing door sign that can't decide whether the user should push or pull (bottom left), social media users shared some of the best examples. Elsewhere, an advert appears to tell husbands to 'kill their wives' with electricity (top left) while an 'uplifting' road sign tells US drivers: 'You don't matter, give up' (top right).
Beware the 'rat king'! Gruesome phenomenon made up of 13 rodents whose tails were intertwined is discovered in Estonia - a rare sighting said to be an omen of the plague
The skin-crawling discovery, which is said to be an omen of an impending plague, was made by Johan Uibopuu and his mother in their chicken coop in Tartu. They found 13 rats, two of which were already dead, tied together by their tails as they struggled to free themselves. According to superstition, rat kings are a sign of an imminent plague and this is one of the only live sightings in modern times. Andrei Miljutin of the Natural History Museum at the University of Tartu, who had documented one previous encounter with a rat king in 2005, agreed to take the specimen which he euthanised and will put on display.
I've got a bone to pick with you! Leopard cub drops impala carcass onto its mother after she dragged it up into a tree
The video clip was filmed by Sabre Meeser at Sabi Sands, in South Africa's Greater Kruger National Park, on October 25. It shows the impala carcass being dropped by a leopard cub from a tree onto the cub's unsuspecting mother below, giving her a mighty shock.
Jared Leto is swallowed up in an oversize blazer while Macaulay Culkin goes funky in lairy jacket and glasses as they walk the runway at Gucci's star-studded Love Parade in Hollywood
Jared Leto may have offended members of the Gucci family with his transformational portrayal of Paolo Gucci in the upcoming crime film House Of Gucci, but that didn't stop the Gucci brand from using him as a runway model. The 49-year-old Oscar winner was joined by Macaulay Culkin, 41, and a bevy of other famous faces as he walked at the Gucci Love Parade show in Hollywood on Tuesday. Both actors looked chic in relaxed ensembles that paired classic items with edgy, more modern looks as they walked along Hollywood Boulevard in front of the iconic Chinese Theatre.
My, YOU'RE a big boy! Female walrus has taken to cuddling up to a Walrus-class SUBMARINE in Dutch port
A female walrus has clambered aboard a Walrus-class submarine where it has taken refuge in a Dutch port. The Arctic Walrus, who has been named Freya, was found sleeping on the Netherlands Navy vessel in Den Helder last week. She has since returned most days to relax on the submarine, much to the amusement of the navy. Freya is the first of her species to be spotted in the Netherlands in 23 years with the animals normally seen hundreds of miles north. It comes after Wally the wandering walrus captured the imagination of wildlife lovers with his European travels this summer.
Glass floor 1,131ft up not scary enough? Now you can climb ABOVE the see-through observation deck at New York's supertall 30 Hudson Yards skyscraper - and hang over the edge...
At an elevation of 1,131ft, 'Edge' - on the 100th floor of New York's supertall '30 Hudson Yards' skyscraper - is the highest outdoor sky deck in the Western Hemisphere. And it has a glass floor. But now visitors are being offered an even more intense experience at the top of the tower - the chance to climb above Edge to the summit and hang out over the side, 1,271ft (387m) above the ground. The exhilarating experience is called 'City Climb' and is billed as the highest external building climb in the world. The circle in the inset-right picture indicates where the ascent to the top starts...
Quacking up! Plus-size mother is left in hysterics when she discovers her new shiny pants make a noise like a duck when she walks
Gwenna Laithland, 37, from Oklahoma City, can be heard crying with laughter after joking that her squeaky new pleather pants made her sound like she had a duck in her underwear. The clip then shows the mother-of-three declare: 'There's a reason it's hard to find shiny pants for girls who can start a fire with their thighs'. Gwenna found the squeaking noise disappeared once she gave the pants a wash, much to the disappointment of her eldest daughter who wanted to 'experience the quack in person'.