John Miller (seen second from left), 67, and 31-year-old Michael Miller (far left) have been arrested on murder charges over the shooting Aaron Howard (inset and far right with his fiancee) on September 1 in Abilene, Texas. Howard’s fiancee, Kara Box, used her cell phone to film the argument which led to the shooting. The argument took place in an alley behind Howard’s home on Don Juan Street in Abilene. It shows both John and Michael Miller holding firearms. The father has a pistol in his right hand while the son, standing just a few feet behind him, is gripping a shotgun. Howard demands they put down their weapons before John Miller pulls the trigger on his pistol, though this is not captured by video. The footage does capture his son following up by firing his shotgun though (center).
'My heart has no room for hate': Mom of engaged jogger, who was stabbed to death in random DC attack, reveals how she has FORGIVEN her daughter's killer and emotionally recalls how she spent her last days trying on wedding dresses
Wendy Martinez, 35, (pictured bottom with her fiancé) was stabbed to death while running through a typically safe Washington DC neighborhood at around 8pm on Tuesday. Anthony Crawford, 23, (inset) was arrested for her murder the following day. Now Martinez's grieving mother Cora (center top) has revealed she has already forgiven her daughter's killer, because 'My heart has no room for hate.' 'I am asking my family to do the same,' she said at an emotional press conference. 'Just let it go 'Wendy is at peace, she is happy and we want to follow that example.' Her family say that Martinez was very excited about her wedding and that the last seven days, since fiancé Daniel Hincapi proposed, had been the 'happiest of her life.'
'It reeks of racist ideology and misogyny': Mini-dress wearing student, who was photographed and shamed by University of Mississippi donor in online rant, blasts him as racist, as her classmates call for his name to be removed from campus
Edwin Meek, 77, the $5.3million donor behind the Meek School of Journalism and New Media at Ole Miss, (right) shared pictures of Mahoghany Jordan (left) and her friend Kiyona Crawford on Wednesday - alluding that their presence has led to a decline in real estate values and a decline in enrollment. Now Jordan has hit back at Meek, branding his post 'racist' and sexist. In an open letter in student newspaper, The Daily Mississippian, she wrote that neither she nor fellow student Crawford had any involvement with the 'fights and scenes' Meek discussed in his post.
Pictured: Transgender shooter, who complained of feeling 'alienated' and 'wanting to pick a fight', before opening fire on Rite Aid distribution center - killing three co-workers before committing suicide
Snochia Moseley, 26, was at breaking point when she killed three people and herself in a shooting at a Rite Aid warehouse on Thursday, friends say. Moseley opened fire at her workplace at 9.06am, after arriving at the distribution facility in Enterprise Business Park. She shot outside the building, before continuing her rampage inside. Friend Toni Coley, who has known the woman since high school, said Moseley often felt alienated, but she 'wasn’t a monster, wasn’t an angry person'. Moseley injured three people and shot dead three others. Two of them died at the scene and one was taken to hospital where they succumbed to their injuries later in the day.
Beyonce's former drummer accuses the singer of 'WITCHCRAFT', 'tapping her phone' - and even claims she murdered her KITTEN
A female drummer is accusing superstar Beyonce of 'extreme witchcraft' and casting 'spells' on her. Kimberly Thompson (right), who in court documents says she worked for the singer for seven years, accused Beyonce (left) of a campaign of harassment against her that included the practice of 'dark magic' and 'magic spells of sexual molestation.' Thompson even claimed the Lemonade hitmaker murdered her kitten.
'Why didn't somebody call the FBI 36 years ago?': Trump mocks Kavanaugh's accuser at Nevada rally and tells Senate to 'get on with it' and finish the confirmation process
'I say let her say what she has to say and let's see how it all comes out,' Trump said before a Las Vegas rally. 'But they've delayed it a week, and they have to get on with it.' Minutes later the president stood behind his podium and exclaimed: 'Look at our judges! What's going on?' Thousands spontaneously began chanting Kavanaugh's name.
Female students interviewing for Brett Kavanaugh say they were advised to dress 'outgoing' and were told it's 'no accident' that his clerks 'look like models'
Amy Chua, 55, (right) author of the 2011 controversial parenting book Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother allegedly advised female students what to wear for an interview with Judge Kavanaguh (left). Speaking to the Guardian and Huffington Post, former students say Chua and her husband Professor Jed Rubenfeld, said the judge only hires woman with a 'certain look'. Kavanaugh is under scrutiny after Christine Blasey Ford (inset) alleged the judge forcibly held her down and groped her in high school.
An open letter from PIERS MORGAN to Tess Holliday: Stop lying to yourself Tess - you’re morbidly obese and it’s going to kill you
Dear Tess, you are someone suffering from morbid obesity. That’s not me being a ‘fat-shaming douchebag’, as your legion of fans will doubtless immediately scream. That’s just a fact. You say, ‘I’m at the heaviest I’ve ever been in my life now and it took me being the heaviest to finally love myself.’ I don’t believe you. Nobody, male or female, could see their weight surge to over 300lbs if they’re just 5ft 3in tall, and be genuinely happy. Right now, I think you’re trapped in a hellish spiral of self-delusion. You’re only getting the cover of Cosmo and endless TV appearances because you’re massively, dangerously overweight yet feigning joy. The editors and producers paying you large sums of money to glamorize your morbid obesity are cynically exploiting you. They’re your enablers.
Fans fear for Justin Bieber's well-being after 'disturbing' video surfaces of him twitching and shaking as he awkwardly embraces a girl in Manhattan
Fans are fearing for the health of Justin Bieber after a twitchy video surfaced earlier this month of the pop star greeting a few fans on the streets of Manhattan. In the 18-second clip, the 24-year-old Grammy winner appeared to be just be goofing around at first, mimicking an unseen fan's over-excited enthusiasm upon recognizing him. But once another young lady embraces Justin for a fan photo, the Canadian crooner bizarrely pets her back with a shaky arm while his face goes from grimace to severe smile and back again.
EXCLUSIVE: How FBI informant serial killer dubbed Hannibal Lecter tried to lure detectives away from his victim's shallow grave - until they found part of her SCALP in a hair clip
Detectives have told how a FBI informant turned serial killer Scott Kimball tried to throw investigators off track as they searched for the body of one of his victims. Dateline returns on Friday night, and the new season will kick off with the story of Kimball (seen top right in his mugshot) who earned the nickname Hannibal Lecter after murdering at least four people in the early 2000s. A clip from the episode obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com shows the moment that FBI agents found one of those bodies - LeAnn Emry, 24, (bottom right) and just how hard Kimball worked to lead them astray. At one point during their search, Kimball almost managed to redirect the men away from one of his shallow graves, but found his plot foiled when one of the men noticed a hair clip with part of Emry's scalp still attached (inset). he is seen main during the search with detectives.
Smiling Geoffrey Owens goes back to the day job: Cosby Show star returns to acting on Tyler Perry's show after being shamed for working at Trader Joe's
The former Cosby Show star was pictured posing at Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta, Georgia, on Wednesday, for his triumphant return to acting, left. Perry had stepped in to offer the 57-year-old a gig after he spoke out about being shamed for working at Trader Joe's when a customer took photographs of him at a checkout and posted them to her social media account, right. Owens flew to Atlanta this week where Perry is shooting the sixth season of The Haves And The Have Nots. Owens has signed on for ten episode run on the drama.
White Delta employee calls cops on black passenger who calmly asked to speak to a manager because her luggage was ripped during a flight (and the worker is quickly dubbed 'Baggage Service Becky')
A black woman says a customer service representative for Delta Airlines called state police on her after refusing to give out a manager's name for a damaged baggage form. The woman, known only as Arlene, says she had filmed the incident, which led the customer service worker to call the police for reasons she believes were racially motivated. Arlene says she left the office the second the call was placed as she feared the situation getting out of control, but followup complaints to Delta fell on deaf ears.
Meghan's cookery book launch was another royal coup for her mother Doria – but it laid bare the chasm between the Duchess and her dad, writes Richard Kay
RICHARD KAY: So when Doria stepped unexpectedly from a royal Range Rover with Meghan and Harry in Kensington Palace (pictured today) London– whose appearance, too, was unplanned – it was completely appropriate. The event couldn’t have been choreographed better, with mother, daughter and, oh yes, son-in-law hosting a lunch for the women. Pride radiated from Doria as she circulated. ‘You must be proud as punch,’ someone asked her. ‘Head over heels,’ came the assured reply. She is proof that her daughter did not cast her old life aside, as some predicted she would, when she became Her Royal Highness on marrying the Queen’s grandson in May.
Horrific video shows moment headphone-wearing investment banker, 36, is killed by a bus in NYC while riding a Citi Bike - the first rider fatality since program was rolled out in 2013
Surveillance video has been released showing the tragic moment a New York man riding a Citi Bike was struck and killed by a bus last year. Dan Hanegby, 36, of Brooklyn, right, was killed on June 12, 2017 in a collision with a bus while biking down a narrow West 26th street in Chelsea. Footage of the crash was shown in court and released to the New York Post on Thursday, and shows Hanegby riding in the street next to a white van. As he pedals, a Coach USA bus approaches trapping the father-of-two between the two vehicles. Authorities said Hanegby lost his balance and fell over as the bus was going by. He was run over by the bus’s rear wheel. The driver, Dave Lewis, was charged and appeared in court this week (inset).
'I always wanted to be an astronaut!': Ivanka Trump reveals her dream of space exploration as she tours NASA's Johnson Space Center in a chic white suit and Mary Jane flats
The 36-year-old first daughter revealed her secret ambition to become an astronaut while visiting NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas, with Republican Senator Ted Cruz on Thursday. Ivanka toured Mission Control and spoke with the International Space Station crew during her trip to the facility, where human spaceflight training, research, and flight control are conducted. While touring Mission Control, Ivanka called the International Space Station crew and revealed that they have her 'dream job.' Ivanka also met with local high school students who compete nationwide in robotics competitions with the help of NASA engineers.
Shocking before and after satellite pictures reveal the devastation of Hurricane Florence as the death toll rises to 41
DigitalGlobe, the company that provides high-resolution satellite imagery, snapped photos of the flood-ravaged area surrounding Wallace, North Carolina before and after storm came through. Wallace is a town that lies about 35 miles northeast of Wilmington. The images show just how extensive was the damage wrought by floods to farmland, homes, and other local businesses. More than 84,000 homes and businesses in North Carolina were still without power on Thursday in the wake of Hurricane Florence which hit the state’s coast on Sept. 14, according to local power companies.
EXCLUSIVE: Girls, 20, sue club after video of them performing sex acts on bar's dance floor naked went viral on Twitter and Pornhub, as they blame venue for 'bruises from men groping them and turning them into underage sex slaves'
Audra O'Neill and Bailey Vaughn (together left) were 19 years old when they were filmed performing sexual acts naked on the dance floor (right) of Roxy's Pub in West Palm Beach, Florida, last October. The girls, who are originally from Nashville, say they were served five cocktails each in 90 minutes without being asked for IDs or payment. One bartender reportedly told the women they could pay for the drinks by 'showing their t*ts later.' Bouncers eventually kicked the girls out, but they claim they have no idea how they got home and say they were covered in bruises from where patrons groped them (inset).
Life's a beach! 'Bucket List Family' who packed up their lives to travel the globe after selling an app for $54MILLION settle down in Hawaii after three years on the road - racked with guilt that their kids were missing out on school
Tech entrepreneur and multi-millionaire, Garrett Gee and wife Jessica have settled down and bought a home in Hawaii. Garrett, 30, and Jessica, 32, originally from Utah, have been traveling with their two children, Dorothy, age 5, and Manilla, age 4, for three years.Seven months ago they introduced the fifth member of their family, Calihan. The family have been to more than 60 countries on over 180 flights but now they say it's time to settle down and enroll the children in school. But they said they will continue to travel and already have trips planned for school breaks.
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Have you got what it takes to be a spy? Try these devilishly tough secret service brainteasers that will test your logic, imagination and nerves
If you think you've got what it takes to be the next James Bond (inset) then give these a try. Some are historical conundrums of the sort that Edwardian and later agents would have been expected to tackle with speed. While others have been inspired directly by more modern secret service recruitment tests. There are ten for you to pit your wits against here and we've got all the answers you need to check whether you're right or wrong.
Newlywed sailor accused of drowning his wife is caught on camera in a heated argument with his partner's weeping Florida relatives before fleeing with their daughter to England
Lewis Bennett, 41, from Australia is charged with murder in the death of his wife after he was rescued alone off the coast of Cuba without his US wife Isabella Hellmann in May 2017. Video surfaced showing Bennett in a confrontation with his in-laws two weeks after his wife's disappearance. His sister-in-law accuses Bennett of murdering Hellman while the couple's young daughter- believed to now be in England - is in the back seat. If Hellmann, who's body has not been found, is presumed dead Bennett will inherit her estate. FBI accused Bennett of intentionally scuttling the 37ft vessel and he is serving a seven-month jail term after admitting transporting illegal coins while awaiting his hearing in December.
Incredible inkings: The most impressive tattoos from around the world are revealed in new book featuring 300 designs
The new book TTT: Tattoo explores the link between the ancient art form, current tattoo culture and modern history in the making. Its features the work over 300 of the world’s best tattoo studios and individuals, including French former graphic designer Lewisink, 27, (left), London-based British artist Stewart Robson (centre) and Frederico Rabelo (right), from Brazil, whose tattoos often resemble Renaissance paintings.
Shocking bodycam shows cop PUNCH female driver in the face and drag her from her vehicle over a suspended license
On September 6, Renee Armenta, 38, was stopped for driving without a license in the town of Goodyear - a suburb of Phoenix. Video of her arrest was filmed by bodycam (above) and a passerby (inset). In the bodycam footage, the officer, who is identified as ‘M. Ross,’ approaches the car and tries to detain the driver, Armenta. When Ross tells Armenta she’s under arrest, she responds: ‘For what?’ The officer than yells for her to put her hands up. She responds again by asking what she did. The officer punched Armenta, who was unarmed, in the face to stop her hanging onto the car door. He then yanked the 38-year-old across the tarmac.
'I'd be jealous too, if she was with you': Paulina Gretzky fuels rumors that she and PGA star Dustin Johnson have split after returning to Instagram with a break-up ballad
Paulina Gretzky returned to Instagram after a month-long absence to post a video of herself listening to a sad song about an old love. The model daughter of NHL legend Wayne Gretzky posted a video that showed her laying in bed as the Dustin Lynch song 'I'd Be Jealous Too' played over the video. On that song, Lynch sings during the chorus: 'I'd be jealous too, if she was with you / I’d be out of my mind, watching her move / If I was just a guy with across the room view / I’d be jealous too, if she was with you, with you.' Her decision to select that song in the wake of rumors that her longtime boyfriend had an affair with a young socialite only served to fuel speculation about the pair's relationship.
Death map of the world: Major report of 180 countries reveals how many people will die before their 70th birthday (so, how does your nation rank?)
In a league table of the countries, the UK only ranked 17th best for men and 27th for women. And the US fared even worse, placing 53rd for men and 44th for women. The report, published in the Lancet, is one of the most detailed global studies of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in history. South Korea topped the table for women, with them having a 4.7 per cent chance of dying from an NCD before their landmark birthday. At the bottom of the table for women came Sierra Leone, where the probability of an early death is 32.6 per cent. Mongolia was by far the worst offender (38.8 per cent) for men, Imperial College London researchers revealed.
'If you'd have got off that bus you'd be dead now and I'd be in a cell': Conor McGregor swigs whiskey and unleashes furious tirade at Khabib Nurmagomedov over notorious New York bus clash in explosive press conference
Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov came face to face for the first time in the run-up to their UFC 229 showdown in an explosive press conference. The Irishman took swings from his own brand 'Proper' whiskey as he unleashed expletive-laden tirades at his Russian opponent. 'The Notorious' delivered his customary verbal onslaught, with much of his energy focused on the bus attack this April (right), an incident for which he plead guilty and avoided jail time. 'If you'd have got off that bus you'd be dead now and I'd be in a cell,' he exclaimed. 'When the person you were looking for turned up, you took a s*** on the back of a bus. He would have been in a box and I would have been in a cell.
One suitcase for a family-of-four: Super mum fits a WEEK'S worth of luggage into a single bag - and how you can do it too
An Australian woman has delighted social media with a post revealing her extremely efficient method of holiday packing. Writing on Facebook, the mother-of-two shared a photo of a single suitcase tightly filled with clothes which she said would cover her family of four for an entire week. She also shared her tricks for how she did it.
Horrifying moment authorities tried and failed to dispose of a 4,000 pound dead baby whale in a dumpster
The horrifying moment authorities tried and failed to dispose of a 4,000 pound dead baby whale in a dumpster has been caught on camera. The whale carcass washed up on Jenness Beach in Rye, New Hampshire on Monday. Officials believe the baby whale likely died after getting tangled up in fishing lines close to the coast. The 16-foot carcass was hauled off the beach using a front end loader and carried to a dumpster in a nearby parking lot so it could be taken away for a necropsy. But when crews went to drop the whale into the dumpster, the carcass ended up just flopping onto the concrete after authorities misjudged its size.
Tow truck driver WRECKS a Jeep Wrangler while trying and failing to load it onto his trailer as it rolls backwards out of control
A tow truck driver trying to haul away a salvaged Jeep Wrangler actually wrecked the hunk of junk even more in Oak Harbor, Washington on Friday. He tried to drive the Jeep up a ramp to load it onto his trailer, because his truck wouldn't fit behind the building where the vehicle was being stored. But the Jeep rolled right back down the ramp, and slammed over on its side after crashing up against an embankment. The driver came out of the incident OK, and now has video evidence of the calamity that is definitely worth watching.
Beatniks, bohemians and Bob Dylan: Striking images taken in 1960s and 70s New York by longtime Village Voice photographer who captured artists, poets and protesters
For half a century, photographer Fred W. McDarrah served as the eyes for millions of New Yorkers by using his camera lens to document the bohemian arts community with the Greenwich Village. McDarrah worked the majority of his life as a photographer and then photo editor for the now-defunct publication, The Village Voice. Now, some of his most captivating images are going on display part of an exhibition by Steven Kasher Gallery titled Fred W. McDarrah: New York Scenes, September 20th - November 3rd. The exhibit features roughly 100 of McDarrah's vintage black and white prints that span from the 1950s to 1970s. Pictured above left is an image McDarrah shot showing a Vietnam War protest, top right is an image showing a protest to commemorate the 50th anniversary of women's suffrage, bottom center is an image of Bob Dylan from 1965 and bottom right is a photo showing Pop artist Andy Warhol in 1964 at the opening exhibition of his exhibition, The Personality of the Artist.
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