NSW Waratahs upset Hurricanes

NSW Waratahs upset Hurricanes

The NSW Waratahs have scored a four-try bonus-point win over the previously unbeaten Hurricanes to reveive their Super Rugby title hopes.
Coachella 2015: Allah-Las, Angus & Julia Stone provide chill tunes at Outdoor Theatre

Coachella 2015: Allah-Las, Angus & Julia Stone provide chill tunes at Outdoor Theatre

INDIO >> Los Angeles band Allah-Las helped bring free and easy vibes to the first day of Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival's second weekend.Performing at the Outdoor Theatre, the 40-minute set featured a mixture of garage and '60s surf music sound.The quartet is made up of Matthew Correia (perc
Class 9 student killed as police open fire on crowd protesting Masarat Alams arrest in JK

Class 9 student killed as police open fire on crowd protesting Masarat Alams arrest in JK

A Class 9 student was killed on Saturday after security forces opened fire at protesters in Jammu and Kashmirs Narbal after top separatist leader Masarat Alams arrest for allegedly hoisting a Pakistan flag at a Srinagar rallynbsp
Behind the scenes at KFC: Daily Mail Australia goes inside the kitchen of the fast food giant to fin...

Behind the scenes at KFC: Daily Mail Australia goes inside the kitchen of the fast food giant to fin...

Daily Mail Australia attended a behind the scenes tour of the KFC store outside Sydney's Airport in Mascot, alongside four couples who had registered as skeptics and fans.
Australia Arrests Teens Over IS 'Terror Plot'

Australia Arrests Teens Over IS 'Terror Plot'

Five teenagers have been arrested in Australia over what police have described as an Islamic State-inspired terror plot.
Australia police hold 5 in anti-terror action

Australia police hold 5 in anti-terror action

Five young men were arrested Saturday in Melbourne, Australia, in what police called a major counterterrorism operation.
GOP presidential hopefuls descend on N.H.

GOP presidential hopefuls descend on N.H.

Republican presidential hopefuls descended on New Hampshire Friday for the Republican Leadership Summit, a two-day event that has drawn about 500 GOP activists and the party's entire 2016 field to Nashua.
Montgomery County may drain popular Takoma Park pool, lack of funding to blame

Montgomery County may drain popular Takoma Park pool, lack of funding to blame

TAKOMA PARK, Md. (WJLA) - A vibrant public swimming pool is facing a very dry future amid Montgomery County budget concerns. The Piney Branch Pool, located inside of Piney Branch School, has been a safe and affordable community-gathering place for decades. However, Montgomery County Executive Ike L
FIRST PIC: Terror accused fronts court

FIRST PIC: Terror accused fronts court

LATEST: A TEEN charged over an alleged Anzac Day terror plot targeting police and the public can be revealed amid anti-terror raids across Melbourne today.
Star Wars Battlefront Sets Up Episode 7's Story

Star Wars Battlefront Sets Up Episode 7's Story

If you're a Star Wars fan, you already know about the upcoming film and the new game from EA and DICE, but one thing you may not know is that Star Wars: Battlefront actually has narrative ties to Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Many dead in Afghanistan blast

Many dead in Afghanistan blast

At least 22 people are killed and 50 injured in an explosion in the eastern Afghan city of Jalalabad, officials say.
Persistence pays for Knights

Persistence pays for Knights

The dream of returning to the AFL playing field has been the motivating factor for Tiger Chris Knights, during nearly two years out of the game through injury.
Terror arrests in Australia over planned Anzac Day attack

Terror arrests in Australia over planned Anzac Day attack

Two men were arrested in Australia on Saturday for allegedly planning an Islamic State-inspired terrorist attack using "edged knives" on a ceremony commemorating Anzac soldiers who have fought and died for their country. Seven search warrants were executed in Melbourne by a joint counter-t
Man stabbed to death in far north 'ghetto'

Man stabbed to death in far north 'ghetto'

A MAN has been brutally stabbed to death in the state’s far north at an apartment block that many neighbours describe as a “ghetto”.
Australia arrests 5 men on charges of plotting terror attack on police

Australia arrests 5 men on charges of plotting terror attack on police

Police in Australia say they have arrested five men on suspicion of plotting terrorist attacks on police officers.
Will Huckabee run in 2016? Former governor and ex-Fox News host won't say until May 5

Will Huckabee run in 2016? Former governor and ex-Fox News host won't say until May 5

Former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee says he will tell supporters on May 5 in the hometown he shares with former President Bill Clinton whether or not he will seek the Republican presidential nomination
Race motive seen in delay to vote in Loretta Lynch as US attorney-general

Race motive seen in delay to vote in Loretta Lynch as US attorney-general

African-American and other civil rights leaders infuriated over the stalled confirmation vote on Loretta Lynch, the first black woman to be nominated for attorney general, are casting the delay as an issue with racial overtones.
Dr Oz Should Go, Say 10 Physicians in Letter to Columbia

Dr Oz Should Go, Say 10 Physicians in Letter to Columbia

The physicians criticized the Columbia University faculty member for, among other things, his "baseless" opposition to genetically modified foods and his promotion of "quack treatments." Medscape Medical News
WikiLeaks Sony Document Hints At Upcoming New Cameras

WikiLeaks Sony Document Hints At Upcoming New Cameras

It is only logical to think that Sony has new cameras they are planning on announcing this year, although exactly what model and when the announcements will take place remains to be seen. However thanks to the database of Sony documents on WikiLeaks (via Sony Alpha Rumors), it seems that a few model
Should Cuba be removed from list of terrorism sponsors? RedBlue America

Should Cuba be removed from list of terrorism sponsors? RedBlue America

President Obama said he intends to remove Cuba from the U.S. government's list of nations that sponsor terrorism, a major step toward restoring relations between the countries. The endorsement came days after Obama shook Raul Castro's hand at an international summit. Is Obama right? Or is he treatin
Duncan teenager is guilty of first-degree murder in Australian's fatal shooting

Duncan teenager is guilty of first-degree murder in Australian's fatal shooting

BY NOLAN CLAY, Staff WriterDUNCAN — In a quick verdict, a jury Friday decided a Duncan teenager intentionally killed an Australian baseball player out for a jog on a summer afternoon in 2013. The jury found Chancey Allen Luna, 17, guilty of first-degree murder, rejecting his defense attorney's cl
Video: Cardinal Turcotte remembered as 'inspiration' at funeral

Video: Cardinal Turcotte remembered as 'inspiration' at funeral

Dignitaries were among those who remembered Cardinal Jean-Claude Turcotte at a Montreal funeral Friday. Mayor Denis Coderre says Turcotte's humanitarian efforts made him "an inspiration."
DAILY MAIL COMMENT: How Tories can stop Red Ed and the SNP 

DAILY MAIL COMMENT: How Tories can stop Red Ed and the SNP 

DAILY MAIL COMMENT: The independent Office for National Statistics delivered some truly stunning figures yesterday on the state of Britain's resurgent economy.
Orange Is The New Black star Kate Mulgrew reveals how she was raped at knife point... and forgive h...

Orange Is The New Black star Kate Mulgrew reveals how she was raped at knife point... and forgive h...

It is every woman's worst nightmare. In 1982, Kate Mulgrave was a young woman working towards stardom when she was attacked in her own home
Second vigil for karen buckley

Second vigil for karen buckley

A second vigil will be held today to remember student Karen Buckley. A major police search was launched when the 24-year-old vanished after a night out in Gl...

Lenders fight to cut mortgage rates

The battle between lenders to chop down the mortgage rates on offer has intensified, with a company unveiling a new five-year deal with a record low rate of ...

Obesity comes in different types

Scientists have identified six types of obese people. A study suggested people with a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or more fall into six categories: heavy dri...

PLATELL'S PEOPLE: Why we women can't stand Sturgeon

The sight of Nicola Sturgeon taking centre stage and giving Ed Miliband and David Cameron a good hand-bagging ought to be cause for celebration.

Now the heat's on Labour lawyer behind this mess: Question marks over judgement of CPS chief who too...

The collapse of yesterday's Old Bailey trial will raise question marks about the judgment of Keir Starmer, who was in charge when Operation Elveden began its tainted 'witch hunt' into tabloid journalists.

The key causes of thinning hair misery that strike millions 

There is nothing unusual about losing hair - we all shed an average of 100 hairs a day. However, millions of Britons suffer from excessive hair loss. We've drawn on leading hair experts for advice...

Picturesque landscape, Renaissance culture and wine: Discover Tuscany

KIRSTY NUTKINS explores the rolling hills and historic cities in one of Italy's most romantic regions

Heinz Is About To Start A Mustard War

The kings of one wealthy dynasty, emboldened by a key alliance, have set their sights on a powerful rival's territory that's almost as lucrative as the one they already control. It sounds like an exciting plot line from the new season of HBO's "Game of Thrones" -- but, in fact, it's a surprisingly d

Stimulating Brain Waves May Boost Creativity And Ease Depression

The secret to stimulating creativity may be to literally stimulate the brain. In a new study, scientists at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill were able to measurably increase creativity by altering electrical activity in the brain -- a finding that may have significant implications

Retired Pope Benedict XVI Celebrates 88th Birthday With A Pint Of Beer

VATICAN CITY (AP) - Retired Pope Benedict XVI celebrated his 88th birthday Thursday with a party and a pint of beer. Photos released by the Vatican newspaper Thursday showed the German pope toasting a group of Bavarians in the Vatican gardens accompanied by his older brother, Monsignor Georg Ratz

Apollo 13 astronauts return after deep space crisis in 1970

The Apollo 13 astronauts, buoyed by the prayers of millions, and boosted by the technical efforts of thousands, flew to a safe splashdown in the Pacific in this story originally published by the Daily News on April 18, 1970.

Gas pipeline explosion injures at least 14

A gas pipeline explosion near Fresno, California, injured at least 14 people and shut down a section of highway for several hours Friday afternoon, the Fresno Fire Department said.

MACC admits probe into Rosmah's alleged RM24m ring

The commission says they will probe any case brought to their attention even if it involves the PM's wife.

Looking at politics from a class-based perspective

Penang Bersih 2.0 chairman supports Sungai Siput MP's fight to champion equality throughout the classes.

Retired US Marine charged over girlfriend's Panama murder

LOS ANGELES: A retired US Marine was charged Friday with murdering his girlfriend, dismembering her body and dumping her remains in a jungle in Panama, the Department of Justice said. Brian Karl Brimager, 37, was indicted by a federal grand jury in San Diego, California on first degree murder charge

Harman gets better of Harbour Town, plays on

HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. — In relatively mild conditions Friday, Harbour Town Golf Links was there for the taking, and Brian Harman took advantage. The Savannah native carded a career-best 6-under-par 65 at the RBC Heritage to tie for 40th at 2 under and advance to the weekend. He also snapped

USS Iowa explosion anniversary to be marked Sunday in Norfolk

NORFOLK, Va. (SBG) The U.S. Navy will mark Sunday in Norfolk as a dark day in its history. Forty-seven sailors were killed in an explosion on the USS Iowa on April 19, 1989. "The fireball reached over 2,000 degrees," recalls former USS Iowa sailor Eric Warthen, Sr. Warthen, from Baltimore, Md.,

Passenger on Southwest flight in Chicago stabbed for excessive snoring

CHICAGO, Illinois (AP/ABC News) - Southwest Airlines says a female passenger aboard a flight from Chicago to New Hampshire was removed from the plane after allegedly stabbing a snoring passenger with a pen. "Imagine being asleep and then being stung by bees and waking up and going, 'Ouch!' the pen

Texas A&M Women's Golf Co-Leads SEC Championship After First Round

HOOVER, Ala.- No. 13 Texas AM sits in a tie atop the leaderboard in the 2015 SEC Women's Golf Championship, posting a 293 (+5) in the first of three rounds. No. 14 Tennessee and No. 17 Vanderbilt are tied with the Aggies for the tournament lead at the Greystone Golf and Country Club.The Aggies' 293

1 killed in crash involving 2 big rigs, several other cars in Pacoima

One person was killed Friday morning in a collision on a freeway off-ramp in Pacoima involving a big rig and three other vehicles, authorities said.The fatality occurred at 6:40 a.m. when the westbound truck exited the 210 Freeway at Foothill Boulevard and slammed into the vehicles on the off-ramp,

Previously sealed document released in Pasadena police shooting of Kendrec McDade

PASADENA >> An appeals court Friday reversed its previous decision to seal a court document containing information on the independent report into the 2012 fatal police shooting of Kendrec McDade.

iPad Pro Case Leak and LG G4 Processor Downgrade - TechnoBuffalo


Mark L is back to tackle the biggest tech rumors of this week! On this week's episode of Rumor Roundup, Mark talks about Sony continuing the recent trend by Android phone makers designing and building flagship Android devices and Apple adding a second port to the rumore

Aussie guide to the NBA playoffs

AN Australian could once again lift the Larry O’Brien Trophy with a record five Boomers taking part in the NBA playoffs beginning this weekend.

Man, 72, stabs dog with a knife

A 72-YEAR-OLD man has been charged with animal cruelty after allegedly stabbing a dog with a knife in Seville Grove.

Counter-terrorism raids in Melbourne

DEVELOPING: MULTIPLE counter-terrorism raids have occurred across Melbourne this morning amid allegations several attacks were planned.

'Just Got Paid' singer Johnny Kemp dead at 55

Danielle HaynesMONTEGO BAY, Jamaica, April 17 (UPI) -- Johnny Kemp, the singer of 1987's "Just Got Paid," was found dead Thursday in Jamaica. He was 55.

Formula One Racing Publishes Human Rights Commitment

Formula One has published a statement committing the sport to respect for human rights as it prepares for one of the more controversial races on the calendar in Bahrain this weekend. An uprising led by the strategic Gulf kingdom's Shi'ite Muslim majority to demand reforms in early 2011 led to a

Fast Track Trade Bill Opens Economic, Political Divisions

U.S. lawmakers agreed on draft legislation this week to give the White House "fast track" authority to negotiate a free trade deal with Pacific nations. If approved, the bill gives lawmakers the authority to set trade objectives, but limits their ability to make changes once agreement is reached. Tr

Tribeca Review: 'Orion: The Man Who Would Be King' is Mysterious and Depressing

READ MORE: Tribeca: Watch Indiewire Talk to Ethan Hawke, Taylor Schilling, Olivia Wilde and More at the Apple Store When Elvis Presley died in 1977, Orion was born. Director Jeanie Finlay's documentary "Orion: The Man Who Would Be King," which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festi

Tribeca Film Festival Matches George Lucas with Stephen Colbert: "I'm gonna tear you a new one, Geor...

When Stephen Colbert interviewed George Lucas on stage before a packed Tribeca Film Festival audience Friday afternoon--just as the new "Star Wars" trailer is going viral--it was an event that promised, at worst, an intellectual exchange between two fascinating minds, and at best a sh