Britain's Got Talent 2015: Isaac Waddington wins public vote while the The Neales get judges' votes

Britain's Got Talent 2015: Isaac Waddington wins public vote while the The Neales get judges' votes

While Isaac won the vote outright, The Neales and Boyband had to face off for the judges votes after coming in second and third place



Down to the finish: 10 make finals in National Spelling Bee, with several familiar faces

Down to the finish: 10 make finals in National Spelling Bee, with several familiar faces

Ten of the nation's most poised young spellers have made it to the finals of the 88th Scripps National Spelling Bee.

Milla Jovovich shares photos of daughter's baptism

Milla Jovovich shares photos of daughter's baptism

Annie MartinLOS ANGELES, May 28 (UPI) -- Milla Jovovich shared several gorgeous photos of daughter Dashiel's Russian Orthodox baptism on Instagram.

@POTUS Holds First Twitter Q+A

@POTUS Holds First Twitter Q+A

Just a week after entering the world with his new handle, @POTUS, U.S. President Barack Obama took to Twitter Thursday to answer questions on climate change. The president was in the southern city of Miami, where he toured the National Hurricane Center and was briefed on disaster preparedness.

Soccer Great Pele to Join New York Cosmos on Cuban Trip

Soccer Great Pele to Join New York Cosmos on Cuban Trip

Brazilian football great Pele will join his former club, the New York Cosmos, on a goodwill mission to Cuba that will include an exhibition match Tuesday between the Cosmos and the Cuban national team, Cuban officials said. "It is now confirmed: The king of soccer, Pele, is coming to Havana ...

Clinton declares White House run

Clinton declares White House run

Hillary Clinton formally declares she will run for the US Democratic presidential nomination in 2016, telling Americans she wants to be their "champion".

Murder accused 'feared for his life'

Murder accused 'feared for his life'

A murder suspect fled after the shooting of a man outside a Nottingham pub because he was scared for his life, a court hears.

GoPro Enters the World of Virtual Reality

GoPro Enters the World of Virtual Reality

GoPro announced a new product which will enable users to shoot 360-degree video that could be pieced into virtual reality segments. GoPro will also sell its own brand of personal drones next year.

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Stormont fails to break budget deadlock

Stormont fails to break budget deadlock

Northern Ireland's power-sharing ministers have failed to agree a budget for public spending for next year.

Motorcyclist seriously injured in crash that closed M50 for seven hours

Motorcyclist seriously injured in crash that closed M50 for seven hours

A motorcyclist has been seriously injured following a crash on the M11 earlier this morning that resulted in the M50 being closed for seven hours.

Headed For Divorce? Jennifer Garner & Ben Affleck's Marriage Through The Years

Headed For Divorce? Jennifer Garner & Ben Affleck's Marriage Through The Years

As divorce rumors swirl around Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck, we take a look back at their ten-year marriage. From their beginnings on the set of Daredevil, to their marriage, kids and red carpet appearances, is one of Hollywood's favorite couples headed for splitsville?

Syria girls have 'contacted family'

Syria girls have 'contacted family'

Three schoolgirls from London who are feared to have joined Islamic State in Syria have made contact with their families, their lawyer says.

EU referendum: Should we leave the European Union or stay in?

EU referendum: Should we leave the European Union or stay in?

North East Labour MEPs give five reasons to stay and UKIP MEP Jonathan Arnott gives his five reasons to leave

Newcastle Thunder on an upward course, says long-serving star Joe Brown

Newcastle Thunder on an upward course, says long-serving star Joe Brown

Years of struggle have given way to a bright future for rejuvenated Newcastle Thunder, says Joe Brown, as they prepare to host York City Knights

Fractured Skull Shows Oldest Known Murder

Fractured Skull Shows Oldest Known Murder

According to a recent study, researchers believe they have uncovered the world’s oldest known murder after finding evidence of blunt force trauma in the remains of a 430,000 year-old skull found in Spain.

Ancient human remains found in Spain have become the oldest known fossil evidenc

YotaPhone 3 release confirmed alongside the YotaPhone 2c

YotaPhone 3 release confirmed alongside the YotaPhone 2c

We've covered the quirky YotaPhone countless times, and its predecessor is gearing up to land in the states. There are plenty of folks that haven't gotten a glimpse of the YotaPhone 2 yet, but a new report confirms the YotaPhone 3 release along with another device dubbed the YotaPhone 2c.

The Xiaomi Mi Store will come to the US and Europe in June

The Xiaomi Mi Store will come to the US and Europe in June

We knew Xiaomi had plans to expand their reach by going global, and the Mi Store was one way of doing that. If you've been waiting for the company to unleash their lineup Europe or the states, we've got some good news as the Xiaomi Mi Store is gearing up to go live in those locales. The po

Sepp Blatter: corruption scandal casts 'long shadow over football'

Sepp Blatter: corruption scandal casts 'long shadow over football'

FIFA President Sepp Blatter says the latest corruption scandal to hit the governing body has cast a “long shadow over football.”

Speaking at the opening ceremony of FIFA’s annual congress in Zurich, he condemned what he described as the “actions of individuals” who have brough

One WTC Security Job Comes With History, and a View

One WTC Security Job Comes With History, and a View

Louis Medina, a security officer at One World Trade Center, reflects on his job at the iconic tower and the sweeping views from its upper floors. The building's new observatory opens to the public May 29. Photo: John Taggart/Video: Jennifer Weiss

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Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner Still Facing Divorce Rumors

Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner Still Facing Divorce Rumors

Batman has a better shot of killing Superman than Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner have of destroying the rampant rumors that they are headed for a nasty, multi-million dollar divorce.

Minister uses students as PR props

Minister uses students as PR props

SHE was at their school to launch a road safety program. But Police Minister Jo-Ann Miller seemingly hijacked the event to use the pupils as political props while she attacked the LNP.

Morrison: Stop waiting for dream job

Morrison: Stop waiting for dream job

SCOTT Morrison has warned young people they should not hold out for their “dream job”, as he introduced legislation for a new work for the dole scheme.

Mother of I-75 shooting victim: My son was trying to protect the driver

Mother of I-75 shooting victim: My son was trying to protect the driver

A Lockland mother whose son was hit multiple times in a shooting between cars on Interstate 75 says he was trying to protect the driver.

Report: Gun violence in Cincinnati at 10-year high

Report: Gun violence in Cincinnati at 10-year high

A new report showed a disturbing trend in gun violence in Cincinnati. Through May 24 of this year, 162 people were victims of gun violence, the highest total in an eight year span, according to the University of Cincinnati's Institute of Crime Science study presented to Cincinnati City Council's Law

F365's Transfer Guide - Part Two

F365's Transfer Guide - Part Two

Next up in our transfer guide are Crystal Palace, Everton, Leicester and Liverpool. Liverpool somehow need more than they did last summer. So strap yourselves in...

FFA abandons Blatter in wake of scandal

AUSTRALIA will vote against Sepp Blatter retaining the FIFA presidency, instead throwing support behind challenger Prince Ali bin Al-Hussein.

From the suburbs to Syria: 12 Jihadi brides

A DOZEN young women have fled Melbourne’s suburbs to join Islamic State, according to a new Victoria Police taskforce set up to fight the growing threat of terrorism.

Pataki launches US presidential bid

Former New York Governor George Pataki has entered contest for the Republican presidential nomination.

Croome seeks meeting on reform

AUSTRALIAN Marriage Equality national director Rodney Croome is seeking a meeting with the PM to firm up a timetable for reform.

Permit key to Buddhist cultural park

PROPONENTS of a $100m Buddhist cultural park in Campania are waiting on a permit to widen a road before they can move ahead.

Better to fix the roof in the sunshine

RICHARD Eccleston is concerned that too much of the GST windfall is being stashed in a war chest for the next state election.

Christian Lobby nod for school Bill

THE Australian Christian Lobby has welcomed support for a Bill allowing private schools to exclude students on the basis of their faith.

Scotiabank to review CONCACAF sponsorship following corruption charges

One of Canada's largest banks says it will review its involvement in sponsoring CONCACAF in the wake of corruption allegations against senior FIFA officials.

Late evening crash at intersection near Winnipeg claims woman's life

The accident happened just before 10:30 p.m. Wednesday at the intersection of Highway 9 and Netley Road in the Rural Municipality of St. Andrews.

Cameron faces push-back as he sets out to lobby EU on reforms

Prime Minister David Cameron set out on a Europe-wide trip Thursday to drum up support for EU reforms, facing staunch political resistance as some of the continent's major powers doubled down on defending the bloc.Britain wants "a substantive package"...

Putin declares Russian troop deaths in peacetime a state secret

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday declared information about Russian troop deaths during special operations in peacetime to be a state secret. His declaration amends a 1995 law on state secrets, which had already classified wartime casualties...

Solid economic growth coming for Quebec, says Conference Board report

The Conference Board is expecting good things from Quebec's economy in 2015 and 2016, thanks largely to exports and the U.S. recovery.