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Coleen Rooney flaunts gym-honed figure and pert derrière in print bikini on Barbados beach

COLEEN ROONEY'S time spent at the gym appeared to have paid off when she revealed her incredible curves in the Caribbean yesterday.
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Today's Horoscope

Aries Daily Overview for October 24, 2016

Just let yourself slide into your routines -- they can really help you move today! It may get a little boring at some point, but it's worth it if you don't h...

Taurus Daily Overview for October 24, 2016

Try to have fun with your workload today -- it's easier than you think! Your amazing energy helps you get in the flow and move forward with more speed than y...

Gemini Daily Overview for October 24, 2016

Don't feel too disappointed if your closest family members misread you today -- it's just par for the course! Every now and then, you find yourself crossing ...

Cancer Daily Overview for October 24, 2016

It's somewhat easier for you to make yourself heard, even in a room full of alpha dogs. Your ability to say what needs to be said and to read other people's ...

Leo Daily Overview for October 24, 2016

Even if you're dreading it, you need to face those financial issues today. Your mental energy is just right for them, so there's no need to worry about how y...

Virgo Daily Overview for October 24, 2016

You're scoring way more points than you had thought possible -- maybe literally, or maybe at work or at home. Someone important is extremely impressed with y...

Libra Daily Overview for October 24, 2016

You need to use those powers of perception to see if you can dig up any new clues -- it's not so hard for you! It may not be the best time to act on your new...

Scorpio Daily Overview for October 24, 2016

You pick up on something you weren't meant to know today -- but it's not such a big deal! In fact, you may choose to keep it to yourself, as knowing is more ...

Sagittarius Daily Overview for October 24, 2016

You're having a really hard time dealing with authority today -- maybe the boss, maybe the government or maybe your mate. One way or another, you need to rec...

Capricorn Daily Overview for October 24, 2016

You're at your best when you're planning today -- setting yourself up for future success! Use that great mental energy to move forward with something really ...

Aquarius Daily Overview for October 24, 2016

You need to be extra careful when dealing with coworkers or others who might have some impact on your career. It's not that you're likely to insult them, but...

Pisces Daily Overview for October 24, 2016

You and your friends are all in sync today, and it's the best time for you to all work or play together. You may need to nudge them into action, but once the...

Today's Horoscopes in full at ASTROLOGY.COM

Strange but True

Are you a micro-criminal? Probably, poll finds
A new poll suggests we are a nation of micro-criminals, with three out of four Britons admitting minor offences or "micro-crimes".
Spiders 'tune' webs to catch prey and partners
Spiders can tune webs to help catch prey or even attract a mate, according to researchers at Oxford University.
Worst thief ever? Man 'hides blind in trousers'
Police have released an image of a man suspected of stealing a Venetian blind by stuffing it down one trouser leg and up the back of his jacket.
Ranger discovers mammoth 10kg mushroom
A giant puffball mushroom with a 1.5-metre circumference and weight of more than 10kg has been found - and quickly eaten - by a countryside ranger and her co...
Locked-out man rescued after hours in chimney
A man who locked himself out of his house had to be pulled to safety after he became stuck in his chimney trying to get back in.


Tom Hayden, famed 1960s activist and politician, dies
Tom Hayden, famed 1960s radical and Civil Rights activist, has died in Santa Monica after battling a long illness, the Los Angeles Times reports. He was 76. SEE ALSO: 59 years ago in Charlotte, a seminal moment in the fight against segregation Hay....
This giant spider carrying a dead mouse will make you reconsider your trip to Australia
A large huntsman spider was caught carrying a dead mouse up a fridge in the middle of the night in Australia. The original video has since been viewed over 8 million times and the man who filmed it all, Jason Womal, says the spider is alive and we....
Samsung offers Galaxy S8 or Note8 at half price to customers who return their Note7
Samsung has an interesting deal for Note7 owners in South Korea: Replace the device with a Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge now, and get a Galaxy S8 or Galaxy Note8 phone next year for half the price.  The Korea Herald reported the plan Monday, quoting a stat....

Interesting Things

Gross National Happiness / Bhutan's bottom line
Most countries measure their economic growth using GDP (gross domestic product) or GNP (gross national product). Bhutan instead measures its gross national happiness, or at least claims to..
Assateague Island / The beach where people go to enjoy . . . the beach
An island off the coast of Maryland and Virginia has beautiful, uncommercial beaches, but is best known for the horses that live there and the unusual way the locals keep their numbers under control..
Lichtenberg Figures / Artificial lightning fossils
An 18th-century German physicist found a way to capture the shape of a lightning discharge, and the discovery formed the basis of today's photocopiers and laser printers. It also makes for some nifty high-tech art..

Product Reviews

Review: Logitech Keys-To-Go
Review: Logitech Keys-To-GoThis simple slab of a keyboard, case excluded, might just be the ticket for those with occasional keyboard needs. The post Review: Logitech Keys-To-Go appeared first on WIRED..
Review: Ambronite
Review: AmbroniteUnlike other meal-in-a-pouch products, Ambronite is made from real food instead of processed supplements The post Review: Ambronite appeared first on WIRED..
Review: Beats Solo3 Wireless
Review: Beats Solo3 WirelessThis on-ear model has a near-identical appearance to the prior version, but it has Apple's highly capable new audio chip inside. The post Review: Beats Solo3 Wireless appeared first on WIRED..

The Onion

Pediatricians Ease Screen Time Guidelines
Amending previous guidelines that children under 2 should avoid screen time and that teens should limit screen time to an hour per day, leading pediatricians now say toddlers can use FaceTime and Skype, and teens should simply bal....
All-Business Adult In Halloween Shop Beelines It Straight For Pinhead Mask
BROOKLINE, MA—Without so much as glancing at the seasonal store’s wide selection of other Halloween-themed merchandise, all-business 34-year-old Brian Aubin reportedly strode right past several aisles of costumes and accessories F....
Family Hoping Mother Knows Birthday Nature Walk A One-Time Thing
OSHKOSH, WI—Moments before they set out on a two-mile wilderness trail at a nearby state park, members of the Calverton family told reporters Friday they hoped their mother, Beth, realized her birthday nature walk was a one-time-o....

TV & Showbiz

Jodie Kidd talks about her secret battle with anxiety on Lorraine
She was one of the most successful supermodels of her generation - but Jodie Kidd has talked about how she battled with severe anxiety throughout her Twenties. 
Louisa Johnson flaunts toned figure in promo shots to promote release of single So Good
The 18-year-old Tears crooner is returning to the UK music scene in her own right - after announcing the release of her new single 'So Good' on Monday.
Chloe Lloyd and Union J star fiancé Josh Cuthbert pack on the PDA in Dubai
The Union J singer and the model, both 24, appeared the picture of happiness as they frolicked in the sea.
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Hello Headlines

Fans go into frenzy as Cheryl's Instagram is hacked
Has Cheryl's Instagram been hacked? Fans were left confused and outraged as a cyber...
'Not funny anymore': Strictly viewers outraged after Ed Balls survives another week
Strictly Come Dancing fans were left upset after Ed Balls managed to survive another week...
Matt LeBlanc surprises Friends co-star Dakota Fanning after 12 years in this cute reunion: Watch
She is a Hollywood star in her own right, but in 2004 Dakota Fanning was a young school...

International News

Meet Willie Morgan - the man who grows cotton in Harlem to teach kids about slavery
The 78-year-old has lived in New Yory's iconic neighbourhood since 1969.
UN report finds no evidence migration causes terror attacks and warns anti-refugee laws could worsen risk
Report warns that forcing refugees on covert routes could ultimately damage state security.
Woman auctions virginity to highest bidder to repair family home destroyed by fire
The 20-year-old said she eventually hoped to go to law school.
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Body & Soul

The Right Romantic Gift
Sometimes, choosing that very special romantic and inspirational jewellery gift in the shops, catalogues and from the internet, can be a bit of a challenge. And there are quite a few regular occasions to cover, so here are a few useful tips on how....
Autumn & Eternal Love
September is on its way out, it is still mild just with that little bit of coolish sharpness in the air. Crisp mornings and first chilly nights are already reminding us on darker months to come, nature is whispering: go on, cherish the light, enjo....
Welcome back to Mizpah
Hello! Welcome back! It’s been a long summer break. We here at Inspirational Gifts by Mizpah were a right bundle of action these last months. Apart from bringing about one or two other exciting things (more on that in good time), we went and creat....

Huffington Post

Transgender Teen Charlie Diesel Turned Away From Tesco For Trying To Use Female ID
A transgender man has spoken about his shock after a Tesco store refused to serve him tobacco because they didn’t believe his female ID belonged to him.  Charlie Diesel, 19, said he was “insulted” after the the manager of the Bedford shop tu....
Despite The Hacking Concerns, We're Getting Obsessed With Smart Homes
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UKIP Leadership Frontrunner: MP Punch-up Will Go Down Well With Some Supporters
A frontrunner in UKIP’s leadership race has said that a punch-up between two party members that ended with one of them in hospital would go down well with some UKIP supporters. Ex-party chairman Paul Nuttall told Russia Today that the image of UKI....

Buzzfeed Latest

21 Perfect Gifts Every Scorpio Will Love
Get something nice for the loyal, passionate, and determined Scorpios in your life. Scorpio Constellation Mug Get it here! / Via Golden Scorpio Ring Get it here!
How Popular Are Your Marvel Cinematic Universe Opinions?
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Fuck, Marry, Kill: “The Simpsons” Edition
“Urge to kill, rising.” Ned Flanders, Homer Simpson, and Duffman. Fox View Entire List ›.

The Daily Beast

Miss Iceland Quits to Fight Body-Shaming
An Icelandic beauty queen has been hailed a hero for quitting a Las Vegas beauty pageant after the owner told her she was too fat..
Ethan Hawke: Trump Is a ‘Fascist’
The Oscar-nominated actor opens up about his thrilling new genre film In a Valley of Violence, the wacky 2016 election, and the 25th anniversary of White Fang..
Antoni van Leeuwenhoek
Meet Antoni van Leeuwenhoek, New Google Doodle Star.

Aeon Magazine

Beautiful chemical reactions
The site Beautiful Chemistry is a collaboration between the University of Science and Technology of China and Tsinghua University Press, and it aims to ‘bring the beauty of chemistry to the general public’. Beautiful Chemical Reactions is part of ....
There’s no moral difference between a wall and a migrant visa
A large portion of the world’s population lives in conditions that are hard to fathom for people in developed countries. Many of those living in extreme poverty would gladly move to the United States, the European Union or Australia if given a cha....
The open mind
The most vivid part of the mind bubbles up through sensation and new experience when unencumbered by analytical thoughtBy Daniel J SiegelRead at Aeon.


Spotlight: Actress Sophie Hopkins is bringing sci-fi to the sixth-form in Doctor Who spin-off Class
Class follows a group of sixth-form students at Coal Hill School, where the Doctor’s companion Clara Oswald (Jenna Coleman) once taught. It's been hotly tipped as ‘the British Buffy the Vampire Slayer’.
 Style Notes: new season saddle bags
Autumn's saddle bags, two ways. Will you go for detailed or minimalist? Or both...?
‘It’s a miracle I am still alive’: How sports presenter Charlie Webster survived malaria
After completing a 3,000-mile charity bike ride to the Rio Olympics, sports presenter Charlie became seriously ill and was soon fighting for her life. She tells YOU how she came back from the brink.

TV & Radio News

'Breath of fresh air' Fans jubilant as Helen Skelton replaces Lorraine on daytime TV show

HELEN SKELTON went down a storm with viewers as she stood in for Lorraine Kelly this morning.
The X Factor 2016: Relley C fumes: ‘I’d still be in the competition if I wasn’t sick'

THE X FACTOR powerhouse Relley C has admitted that she would still be storming straight through another round of the live shows if she hadn’t fallen sick at the worst possible time.
Viewers slam Kate Garraway for 'patronising' man who removed screaming child from cafe

SHAUN DONOHOE appeared on Good Morning Britain to defend his widely-publicised decision to ask a parent to remove her screaming child from his cafe until they had calmed down - and viewers seemed to side with him, slamming Kate Garraway for "patronising" him.
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Food & Drink

Mela d'Alba (Apple Brandy Negroni)
This apple brandy–based variation on the classic Negroni cocktail is spicy, rich, and bittersweet. Get Recipe! .
Swiss Cartel (Tequila Negroni Cocktail)
This tequila variation on the classic Negroni cocktail is smooth and almost butterscotch-y. Get Recipe! .
Drunk Uncle (Scotch and Cynar Cocktail)
Peaty Scotch, such as Laphroaig, gives this drink a woodsy character that's emphasized by swapping the standard Campari for Cynar, a vegetal, bittersweet liqueur. ....

New Gadgets

Microsoft’s Surface business skyrockets as the iPad’s slows
 Microsoft saw revenue from its Surface line jump 38% over last year’s total, according to its most recent financial report. Released today, the report states that Surface revenue hit $926 million during the last quarter, up from $672 million last....
Tim Cook on the Digital You
 Apple is betting on the “digital you” coming to augmented reality. But has Tim told us the whole story? Read More.
New MacBook Pro OLED mini screen could be called the Magic Toolbar
 Hints are starting to appear about Apple’s brand new MacBook Pro. The most striking difference with the existing model could be a second OLED mini display that would replace the function row on the keyboard — and it could be called the Magic Tool....
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Time Magazine Entertainment

Walking Dead Fans Left Horrified by Most Gruesome Deaths Yet
SPOILER ALERT The show's seventh season premiere had a bloody impact.
Poldark Sex Scene Criticized For Perpetuating ‘Rape Fantasies’
"Ideas like this are underneath lots of excuses for not believing women when they report rape.".
John Oliver Takes on America’s Opioid Crisis on Last Week Tonight
Some 2.6 million Americans are addicted to opioids, many of whom start with an addiction to prescription painkillers.

Book & Film Reviews

A Week in October
October: It might be an ado about trifles—and half the poetry, roundabout, the poetry in solution in the air, was doubtless but the alertness of the touch of Autumn, the imprisoned painter, the Bohemian with a rusty jacket, who had already broken out with palette and brush; yet the way the color begins in those days to be dabbed, the way, here a...
On the Election—II
All American elections tend to be touted as historic, for all American culture tends toward the condition of hype. Flummoxing, then, to be confronted with a struggle for political power in which, for once, all is at stake. We have long since forfeited the words to confront it, rendering superlatives threadbare, impotent.
On the Election—III
This year’s election is not about economics. The paramount question is whether a person exhibiting no qualification for the office—neither experience, nor preparation, nor personal character—is nonetheless to become president. Yet economics is at the heart of the matter.