The kids are alright: 'Youthquake' is Oxford word of 2017
The country's new Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, is the world's youngest female leader at 37. Each year, the winning word is expected to reflect the mood or ethos of the past 12 months.
Small Group Rallies Around Net Neutrality
Net neutrality regulations enacted in 2015 require that all internet traffic is treated the same by internet service providers. Two employees, one in an Android mascot costume, even stood near protesters for a while, waving at cars. "We want Mr.
Ukrainian court rules to free Saakashvili
The rally appeared to be the result of Saakashvili and his supporters' dramatic standoff with Ukrainian authorities last week. He forced his way into Ukraine in September, barging across the border with Poland with the help of a crowd of supporters.
Gigi Hadid rocks armpit hair for LOVE Advent Day 11
Trolls took to social media to comment on how gross the 22-year-old model looked, especially because of the fuzz in her pits. All month long, the magazine's been counting down the days until Christmas with a supermodel video for each day.
'Carnage' At Heathrow Airport As Snow Causes Cancellations And Long Delays
CrossCountry passengers battled with a previously announced strike as well as a landslide between Birmingham and Bristol. Three flights were diverted into Edinburgh on Sunday night, including one from Marseille.
Apple Investing $390 Million In Finisar From Its Advanced Manufacturing Fund
There have been rumors indicating that Apple will use the Face ID on upcoming iPhones and iPads. Trump ran his presidential campaign on promising to bring jobs back to America.
Firefighters spend hour freeing YouTube prankster who cemented head in microwave
For more than 90 minutes, his friends tried to free him, feed air into his mouth via a tube to keep him from suffocating. A YouTube star has left firefighters fuming after they were called to his aid following a mishap with a microwave.
Lactalis recalls baby milk after salmonella contamination
Then hospital care will be necessary because the dehydration caused by the illness can be life-threatening. Disinfection and cleaning measures have been put in place at the suspected site in western France.
Facebook Messenger adds Snapchat-style AR objects
Moreover, you can add a 3D heart floating over someone's head and then try panning your phone's camera from side to side. It should be available for most users around the World now, so enjoy capturing and sharing all those shenanigans.
Brexit talks to move to next stage
The EU27 confirmed Brussels' position that a final trade deal can not be signed until the United Kingdom has formally left. By the same token, Britain can not formalize trade agreements with other countries until it has left altogether.