Stunning Pictures Show Ancient, Long-Lost Temples Deep Inside Tiger Reserve

  (Newsweek) : The structures were discovered inside Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve during the first expedition in the area for almost 100 years. ..

Kourtney Kardashian shows off gothic Chrome Hearts stroller for baby boy

The trendy stroller is a favorite with the Kar-Jenner clan, and Kylie has her own version — and possibly passed down the pricey pram.

From Zendaya To Cate Blanchett, All The Celebrities At Paris Fashion Week SS24

See every A-list appearance at the spring/summer 2024 shows in Paris so far, here.

Middlesbrough v Cardiff City: Kick-off time, TV, Tickets, Team News

Middlesbrough v Cardiff City Preview - Kick-off time, TV and streaming details, ticket sales, team news and likely line-ups.

Drone Named After the Terminator Launches a Torpedo from the Air During NATO Exercise

This isn't new, the U.S. Navy used to do it all the time using an helicopter that ran off Porsche engines.

Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos joke about Travis Kelce featuring on Taylor Swift's new album - as singer cheers on Kansas City Chiefs star for SECOND week in a row amid rumored romance

The married couple noted how the pair's budding romance has 'infiltrated' social media and joked Travis may find himself the subject of the singer's next album.

All the travel strikes that could affect half-term holidays in October, from Heathrow to the Canary Islands

Industrial action is set to take place across a few European destinations this month during the half-term peak

Pope suggests same-sex union blessings in response to conservative cardinals

The Vatican on Monday published a letter Francis wrote to the cardinals on July 11.

EastEnders fans spot clue Zack Hudson is Christmas victim in Whitney Dean twist

Zack Hudson and his partner Whitney Dean are involved in a huge storyline as they look to start fostering ahead of Whitney's exit from the Square

Shameless moment drinker steals Christmas tree from pub as landlady left heartbroken

Regulars at Rose Villa Tavern in Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham, are outraged by the woman's behaviour - caught on CCTV - after she'd been drinking on Saturday night

British fighter jets appear to narrowly miss each other during training exercise

A pair of British fighter planes appear to have almost collided with each other during a training exercise over England, according to a spine-tingling photo captured by an amateur photographer.

Falcons' Smith sticking with Ridder as starting QB

Falcons head coach Arthur Smith said Desmond Ridder is still the team's starting quarterback after two starts where his team has scored just one touchdown.

Prince Harry 'wants his old life back' as Meghan Markle left 'frustrated'

Prince Harry is keen to come back to the UK while Meghan Markle would prefer to stay in the US.

Eagles RG Jurgens week to week with foot injury

Eagles starting right guard Cam Jurgens was described by coach Nick Sirianni as "week to week" with a foot injury suffered in Sunday's win over the Commanders.

The US office market is headed for a steep plunge, investor survey says

Office prices are under pressure as work from home trends persist. Office vacancies hit an all-time high this summer.

North Dakota State Senator Doug Larsen killed in plane crash along with wife and children

The lawmaker and his family were returning from a visit with relatives in Arizona when the plane went down

Bradley Lowery's mum responds after drugged-up footy yob mocked dead son 'for banter'

Gemma Lowery has described Dale Houghton's mocking of her son's death as 'a dagger to the heart' and insisted the fans responsible for their crude jokes 'deserve to be punished'

Student-loan borrowers struggling with repayment should not be required to pay their debt until their account issues are resolved, 19 state attorneys general say

"We believe the Department can and should do more to mitigate harm to" student-loan borrowers, the attorneys general said as repayment starts back up.

UK Black History Month 2023 Celebrates Black Women As It Looks Back 75 Years After Windrush

October is UK Black History Month. The theme in 2023 is "salute our sisters" as Britons pay homage to the numerous contributions of black British women.

How to maintain and protect your online privacy

Keeping your information safe also involves how much you share online. Kurt "CyberGuy" Knutsson shares some tips on how to keep your info private.

Stevie Nicks' personalized Barbie doll reminds her of '27-year-old self'

Stevie Nicks partnered with Mattel to create a Barbie made in her honor, and the Fleetwood Mac singer said the doll "means the world to me."

Michigan teacher going back to work after getting smacked in head with chair thrown by student in viral video

A Michigan teacher is returning to work after video circulated of her being hit in the head with a metal chair during a fight between two students last week.

Life after death? A vital part of your body continues to live years after you die and feeds

Scientists in Tennessee and South Dakota revealed the body's microbes stay active even after you die as a recycling mechanism that creates a 'pop-up' food web for hundreds of species.

We project a marginally warm and dry October for D.C. area

It may be similar to September which also was somewhat warmer and drier than normal.

Frank Lampard breaks Rangers silence as he offers insight on manager job hunt with two-word quip

Lampard managed Everton and Chelsea last term in the English Premier League and has been linked with Ibrox.

The 9 best places to buy alcohol online

Alcohol delivery is a great way to try new spirts or stock up on wine. Here's where to shop for everything from top shelf liquor to wine subscriptions.

NFL quickly realizes it made a Taylor Swift mistake

Even the NFL has gone all-in on the Taylor Swift-Travis Kelce era, temporarily changing its bios on both Instagram and Twitter after the Chiefs' win.

North Dakota state senator, wife and 2 kids killed in Utah plane crash

North Dakota state Sen. Doug Larsen his wife and their two young children died when the small plane they were traveling in crashed in Utah, a Senate leader said Monday.

UK Water Companies Will Charge Consumers Extra To Address Sewage Discharge Problem

UK water companies have put forward a new water infrastructure investment plan to the UK water regulator Ofwat, which will gradually increase the water bills over a five-year period to address the sewage discharge problem.

Barbara Lee on Laphonza Butler: 'I wish her well'

"We're focused very clearly on winning this race,” Lee told CNN.

Talented local youngsters wanted to star in new film being shot in Aberdeen

James Rose is offering actors a chance to work on set for his first feature film, A Song for Gran.

Travelodge staff made me feel like I was a problem for using a wheelchair - I was forced to sleep on a café sofa despite booking an accessible room'

Bethany Handley, 24, told hotel staff at Travelodge in Farringdon, London she required an accessible hotel room in order to be able to access the toilet, only to be left lying on a sofa in the cafe instead.

'Cruel' breeder of six-legged dog slammed as disgusting for dumping 'stunning pup'

A poor pooch with six limbs feared by some to have been abandoned after being born in a puppy farm could have the extra ones removed, but some people are fuming at the situation

Ducks sign leading scorer Zegras to 3-year deal

The Ducks signed leading scorer Trevor Zegras to a three-year deal on Monday, ending a contract stalemate a week before the season begins. The average annual salary on Zegras' new contract id $5.75 million, sources told ESPN.

Iran can produce fissile material for nuclear bomb within two weeks: Department of Defense

Iranian leaders are not pursuing a nuclear weapons program but have the capacity to produce enough fissile material for a nuclear device in a matter of weeks, according to the Department of Defense.