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New gun laws spark secret messaging, recalls

CLOSE An AP-NORC poll finds two-thirds of Americans support stricter guns laws, but a UC Berkeley gun expert says don't expect quick changes in the U.S. APIn a rural pocket of New...

Old Dominion Talk About Songwriting and the Next Album: ‘If It Was Up to...

Old Dominion Talk About Songwriting and the Next Album: 'If It Was Up to Us, We'd Have It Out Today' | PEOPLE.com ...

Is Ebola spiralling out of control in the DRC? | Ebola

Doctors say they're terrified by the spread of the worst-ever Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo. More than 1,100 people have died since August. There are 1,760 reported cases; a fifth of them in the past month alone. This...

Pervert caught performing solo sex act while watching a woman doing squats in Virgin...

A SICK gym goer was caught masturbating as he watched a woman do squats in a Virgin Active in South Africa. The pervert was sat on a mat with a towel covering his lap - his hand moving vigorously...

Ariana Grande sued for allegedly uploading photographer’s photo of herself to Instagram | Ents...

Pop star Ariana Grande is being sued for allegedly uploading a photographer's picture of herself to her Instagram account, according to legal documents.Grande has been accused...

17 Species of Bees Have Already Gone Extinct in the UK

17 Species of Bees Have Already Gone Extinct in the UK | PEOPLE.com ...

Wealthy people think they’re better than others, even when they’re not

Well, this is rich. Research published online Monday in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology found that people in higher social classes tend to think they are more adept at certain tasks — even when they are not...

Fifth child dies in US custody after being detained at the border | USA...

The United States government said that a 16-year-old boy from Guatemala died Monday at a Border Patrol station in South Texas, becoming the fifth death of a migrant child since December. US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) said in...

E-cigarettes increase your risk of flu and make virus MORE deadly, experts warn

SMOKING e-cigarettes can increase your risk of flu - and make the virus MORE deadly, experts have warned. New findings from the American Thoracic Society, presented in Dallas, Texas, today revealed that inhaling vapour can weaken the immune system. Getty...