1. Travelers are paying more to fly to Mexico and the Caribbean this year
  2. Images released of 12 men wanted over FA Cup violence before Millwall’s win over Everton last month
  3. Would you eat meat from a gene-edited animal?
  4. Alien news: UFO ‘not visible with naked eye’ filmed above Texas
  5. Border crossings at record lows as Trump moves to declare national emergency to build wall
  6. FTSE LIVE: RBS profits double; Premier Foods scraps Ambrosia sale; Pound under pressure
  7. Halloween: How did we fall in love with pumpkins? – BBC News
  8. WWE star Jimmy Uso arrested in Detroit after alleged drunken altercation with police: report
  9. Thousands who had surgery on broken bones face having their metal plates removed
  10. Five Places to Visit in New Orleans
  11. Fairfax accuser also says she was raped by former NBA player Corey Maggette
  12. Tinder, Grindr and other dating apps failed to protect children from sexual exploitation, report says
  13. Kamala Harris says she listened to Snoop Dogg, Tupac while smoking weed in college years before they made music
  14. Pair of Parliamentary committees urge the UK statistics watchdog to fix RPI as soon as possible
  15. Boards must have women – California law: BBC News Review
  16. Valentine’s Day movies on Netflix: THESE are the best Valentine’s Day movies to stream NOW | Films | Entertainment
  17. Miracle treatment or dangerous drug? Indonesian growers cash in on Kratom as it takes hold in the US
  18. 9 affordable US vacation spots for 2019
  19. Liverpool 3-0 Bournemouth AS IT HAPPENED: Mohamed Salah on target as Reds go three clear | Football | Sport
  20. Richard Branson says he’ll fly to space by July
  21. Ghost news: OAP forced to move into Travelodge after being haunted
  22. Brexit: Seaborne Freight no-deal ferry contract scrapped
  23. Mortgage deals get cheaper for low-deposit homebuyers as increased competition sees rates fall
  24. Terry Crews claims National Enquirer owner tried to ‘silence’ him with false prostitutes stories
  25. Yoga could help millions of arthritis patients
  26. Vonn shows off bruises after horror crash in skiing world championships
  27. Telemedicine’s challenge: Getting patients to click the app
  28. Bible news: Prophecy ‘FULFILLED’ after secret code cracked by experts
  29. How the world reacted to Trump’s speech
  30. FTSE LIVE: Barratt shrugs off Brexit pressures; Interserve agrees rescue deal to slash debt pile
  31. Anger on streets over royal wedding row – BBC News
  32. Izzy Young, who organized Bob Dylan’s first big concert, dead at 90
  33. Super Bowl LIII diets, splurges and fan snacks, revealed
  34. A380 future in doubt as Airbus meets with Emirates
  35. Top NFL awards go to Mahomes, Nagy, Luck, Barkley, Long
  36. The science of salting roads: How city streets are being kept safe
  37. Bible scholars ‘find Red Sea crossing site from Egypt to Saudi Arabia’
  38. Former Virginia Gov. McAuliffe calls on Northam to resign amid yearbook photo scandal
  39. Jamal Khashoggi’s fiancee on his murder – BBC News
  40. Pete Davidson, Kate Beckinsale spotted leaving LA comedy club together after comedian’s performance
  41. ‘It’s very hard to tell parents their child is no more’, reveals paediatric heart surgeon
  42. 5 Places to Visit in Ketchum, Idaho
  43. Transfer news LIVE: Carrasco to Arsenal, Newcastle SIGN Almiron, Man Utd announce Martial | Football | Sport
  44. Army tests new communication device that could save wounded soldiers’ lives
  45. Objectophilia: Woman says her boyfriend is a Boeing 737 named Schatz
  46. Brexit: ‘Extra time’ may be needed, says Jeremy Hunt
  47. Shares in Metro Bank down over 12% amid accounting error saga
  48. BBC News Review: Bangladesh’s missing millions
  49. Can You Ever Forgive Me review: Melissa McCarthy gives Oscar-worthy performance | Films | Entertainment
  50. Hypochondriacs who rely on data from their Fitbits ‘are piling extra pressure on the NHS’
  51. TSA officers get partial pay as shutdown’s financial toll worsens
  52. TRANSFER NEWS LIVE: All the deals from the Premier League and Europe
  53. Stressful jobs DO cause weight gain – but only in women
  54. Alien news: Huge sinkholes appear at the same time as mysterious lights
  55. Booker heading to Iowa in October
  56. BBC World News – Focus on Africa
  57. Pop star Kelsy Karter gets Harry Styles inked on her cheek
  58. A woman’s hair extension had to be surgically removed from her face after she was stabbed in the eye
  59. Going ‘Home’ When You’re an Immigrant
  60. Body of Chris Brown, former champion surfer, found washed up on California shore, police say
  61. Mars blast! Stunning new impact crater spotted on the Red Planet
  62. Weirdest items doctors have removed from people’s bottoms
  63. Experts say Trump’s border wall will take years longer than he claims
  64. A 1978 Ford Fiesta NEVER driven on the road to be sold at H&H auction
  65. BBC News Review: Hillary Clinton’s illness
  66. Nintendo Switch games UPDATE: Metroid Prime 4 release date DELAY revealed | Gaming | Entertainment
  67. US insulin costs per patient nearly DOUBLED from 2012 to 2016
  68. Transfer news LIVE: Arsenal boss unhappy, Man Utd hope, Liverpool, Chelsea, Leeds latest | Football | Sport
  69. ‘Supercooled’ bottles of water INSTANTLY turn rock hard when banged on a table
  70. Alien news: Fears end is near after light in night sky sparks outage
  71. Colorado state lawmaker says blacks, whites lynched ‘in nearly equal numbers’ for being Republican
  72. FTSE LIVE: Pound rises on strong wage data
  73. BBC World News 25th anniversary – BBC News
  74. Meghan Markle held a secret meeting with New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern
  75. The Sackler family wanted to sell OxyContin as an UNCONTROLLED substance, court documents allege
  76. Russian hackers, firewall check-ups and more: Tech Q&A
  77. Super blood wolf moon ECLIPSE in January is ‘harbinger of apocalypse’
  78. Brexit: Theresa May should become mediator, says Sir John Major
  79. Pound’s Brexit plunge pushes car insurance premiums higher for first time since early 2017
  80. Hinglish taught in UK ‘for first time’ – BBC News
  81. Fortnite event COUNTDOWN: Start time, Ice King storm sphere, Twitch live stream, season 7 | Gaming | Entertainment
  82. Man, 33, injected himself with his own SEMEN to treat back pain
  83. Grounded new planes, routes, safety inspections
  84. Ex-NFL Pro Bowl wide receiver details past relationship with Jeff Bezos’ girlfriend Lauren Sanchez
  85. YouTube warns against Bird Box-style prank videos risky memes rage
  86. Ghost news: Man left TERRIFIED after re-watching video of him entering house
  87. New sexual misconduct allegations emerge against CBS boss
  88. Education publishing group Pearson sees share price fall 6%
  89. ‘Star Wars 9’ teased by John Boyega with bloody on-set photo
  90. War on sale of treats: Sweet ban in obesity fight
  91. Tottenham 0-0 Man Utd LIVE: Score and Premier League latest, Paul Pogba & Harry Kane start | Football | Sport
  92. 15 amazing Google tricks you never knew before now
  93. California Gov Gavin Newsom pledges unemployment benefits to furloughed federal workers
  94. Can ageing be delayed, stopped or even reversed? BBC News
  95. Kate Middleton’s brother James Middleton reveals secret battle with depression
  96. Scientists prove men are more sensitive to pain than women
  97. Spanish Civil Guard make 15 arrests following investigation into tennis match-fixing
  98. The future of driving: Audi puts VR games in every car as autonomous vehicles are unveiled at CES
  99. Blood Moon 2019: What is Blood Moon prophecy? Is Super Blood Wolf Moon sign of end times?
  100. Bernie Sanders’ 2016 presidential adviser accused of sexual assault
  101. Ford to cut thousands of jobs across Europe as it seeks to cut costs
  102. Is Donald Trump a danger to national security? BBC News
  103. Fortnite gnomes: ALL chilly gnomes map locations, week 6 challenge guide | Gaming | Entertainment
  104. 30million NHS consultations could be conducted through Skype-style videos
  105. Five Carry-On Essentials for Travelers Who Love to Pack Light
  106. Charles Barkley compares NBA All-Star Game fan voting to presidential election
  107. As CES kicks off, home items are getting smarter and creepier, like it or not
  108. Mutant one-eyed cow worshipped ‘as a GOD’ after ‘miracle’ birth
  109. Brexit: PM ‘working to get further EU assurances’
  110. How much money do I need to save for my pension?
  111. Canada officially apologises: BBC News Review
  112. Meghan Markle’s father says he’s ‘very upset’ by alleged Kate Middleton feud: ‘They should put their differences aside’
  113. Retiring abroad in 2019? Consider these top 5 locations
  114. China releases 308lb rover named Jade Rabbit 2 to trundle across the far side of the moon
  115. Elvis alive? Tape of the King speaking ‘four years AFTER death’ REVEALED
  116. Pelosi: ‘Open discussion’ on whether Trump could be indicted in office
  117. UK’s largest online musical instrument and equipment specialist Gear4music sees shares halve
  118. MyHeritage DNA on BBC world news
  119. ATLAS game update: Patch notes and server status latest revealed by Studio Wildcard | Gaming | Entertainment
  120. US set for unprecedented outbreak of mysterious polio-like virus in 2020
  121. Steelers star Antonio Brown benched after dispute with Ben Roethlisberger, report says
  122. Facebook’s Zuckerberg blasted for ‘out of touch’ year-end post after scandal-plagued 2018
  123. End of the World: Rapture to start the apocalypse in 2019 says Bible
  124. Trump’s most memorable Twitter bombshells of 2018
  125. What will 2019 have in store for landlords?
  126. Reviving Italy’s ghost towns with an unusual hotel – BBC News
  127. Alexandra Richards gets engaged, dad Keith Richards and mom Patti Hansen ‘could not be happier’
  128. Measles fears in New Jersey airport
  129. U.S. airlines bristle at expansion of Qatar-backed Italian airline
  130. Andrew Strauss wife Ruth dies aged 46 after battling lung cancer
  131. Elon Musk asks judge to toss lawsuit filed by diver he called ‘pedo’
  132. Maine governor scribbles ‘stolen election’ on certificate confirming Democrat’s election win
  133. RAY MASSEY: Vauxhall’s grand design… I get behind the wheel of the first car I ever owned
  134. Is this safest place in the world? BBC News
  135. 14 Days of Fortnite: Christmas trees, goose nests, giant candy canes map locations | Gaming | Entertainment
  136. Prostate cancer: How to get involved
  137. 4 Men Held in Tourist Killings in Morocco. Denmark Calls It ‘Act of Terror.’
  138. Prolific streaker has pulled stunt more than 500 times across several sporting events
  139. Prolific streaker has pulled stunt more than 500 times across several sporting events
  140. Facebook’s lonely conservative takes on a power position
  141. ‘Wrong to ignore’ ethnicity of grooming gangs – Javid
  142. Thousands of bargain hunters queue from MIDNIGHT ahead of Boxing Day sales
  143. World’s oldest message in a bottle: BBC News Review
  144. Former ‘Apprentice’ star Elle Stevenson left ‘almost blind’ in brutal mugging
  145. Diabetic, 33, with erectile dysfunction hopes a ‘vampire penis injection’ will allow him to conceive
  146. London Gatwick drone sighting again shuts airport
  147. Transfer news LIVE: Bayern deal agreed, Man Utd demands, Arsenal, Liverpool, Barcelona | Football | Sport
  148. Apple may revamp the iPad Mini in 2019, report claims
  149. Alien news: Bizarre creature washes up on Australia
  150. Former Trump aides break their silence on Woodward book
  151. SUNDAY NEWSPAPER SHARE TIPS: Anglo Asian Mining, Gordon Dadds, Big Yellow and Dechra Pharma
  152. BBC World News – Channel Refresh
  153. Johnny Depp dropped from 'Pirates of the Caribbean' franchise, Disney producer confirms
  154. Sadiq Khan accused of being a ‘Scrooge’ for junk food advert ban
  155. Holiday cheer, history and great food in Berkeley Springs
  156. Kick It Out face questions over ‘serious incident at training day’
  157. DOJ charges Chinese nationals with ‘extensive’ hacking, stealing from tech companies, government agencies
  158. DOJ charges Chinese nationals for ‘extensive’ global hacking campaign
  159. Bank set to keep rates at 0.75% as Brexit uncertainty…
  160. When news goes wrong.. – BBC News
  161. Fortnite doorbell: How to complete ring doorbell week 3 season 7 challenge
  162. Mother and daughter with identical tumours are finally free of the painful growths
  163. If You Can’t Stop Name-Dropping, You’re Not Coming Skiing This Year
  164. Buffalo Bills’ Jerry Hughes gets his helmet stuck on teammate’s jersey
  165. Neil Armstrong’s boot sold for $48,000 as part of an out of this world ‘space auction’
  166. Tupac ALIVE? ’Security guard’ claims body double was used for cremation
  167. Dems, White House refuse to budge over border wall as Friday shutdown looms
  168. Shares in British retailers plunge after ASOS profit warning
  169. The Disruptors – BBC News
  170. Geoffrey Rush accused of inappropriate behavior by ‘Orange Is the New Black’ actress Yael Stone
  171. Baby who caught killer Ebola at just six days old is hailed a ‘miracle’
  172. Pep Guardiola finally dons Manchester City-themed Christmas jumper after not wearing one last year
  173. MIT develops incredible system to ‘shrink’ objects
  174. Bigfoot hunter spots pair of giant ‘red eyes’ lurking in forest
  175. Brexit: More assurances for MPs possible says May
  176. BBC News Review: Hong Kong riots
  177. ‘The Conners’ gets expanded second season at ABC: report
  178. Flu crisis: Number of people having flu jab at GP plummets
  179. Man Accused of Killing British Backpacker Grace Millane Appears in New Zealand Court
  180. Miami Dolphins’ Kenyan Drake wants ball he threw into stands after game-winning TD back
  181. Have you been naughty or nice? Santa ATM checks your TWEETS to decide
  182. Alien news: ‘Rod-shaped object’ BIGGER than Earth spotted moving past sun
  183. DNC chair praises George H.W. Bush: He ‘put country over party every day’
  184. Waitrose wounded as supermarket sales slow to lowest level in almost two years
  185. PM Modi To Inaugurate Tallest Statue In The World ‘Statue Of Unity’ Today | ABP News
  186. Fortnite update 7.01 Creative PATCH NOTES – New featured islands and building tools | Gaming | Entertainment
  187. Baby born after first ever womb transplant from dead donor is shown off by her proud parents
  188. Delta tests out offering most restrictive tickets to frequent flyers
  189. Credit card skimming on the rise as Indiana man gets arrested
  190. Cohen sentencing memo details efforts to help Trump 2016 campaign
  191. INVESTMENT EXTRA: Is it time to get away from travel company Thomas Cook?
  192. Syria air strikes: Latest updates- BBC News
  193. Trump voters were ‘gullible’ in 2016 election, NBC’s Chuck Todd says
  194. President Trump to attend Army-Navy football game Saturday in Philadelphia
  195. British Library to exhibit da Vinci’s notebooks
  196. Google Earth FRENZY as 'ancient megastructure' discovered on ocean floor
  197. How Avenatti’s 2020 aspirations fizzled: ‘Skeletons came to light’
  198. Maps reveal hidden truths of the world’s cities – BBC News
  199. Fortnite season 7 COUNTDOWN: Release date, start time, skins, snow map, servers, leaks | Gaming | Entertainment
  200. Mobile phones are seven times dirtier than TOILET SEATS, finds new study
  201. United Airlines inks deal with Avianca, Copa to grow in Latin America
  202. Raheem Sterling will keep improving, claims Man City teammate
  203. 5 ways to unearth incredible Amazon deals
  204. Antarctica bombshell as ‘pyramids and tunnels’ found on Google Earth
  205. Brexit: Gove warns of referendum if MPs don’t back PM’s deal
  206. Trump apologises to Kavanaugh: BBC News Review
  207. ‘Star Wars’ star Mark Hamill reacts to crime story about suspect named Luke Sky Walker
  208. Christmas recipes that are good for your GUT
  209. Purdue football coach’s high school alma mater receives threat after his decision to stay at school
  210. Dogs aren’t more clever than cats, says study
  211. Alien news: ‘Secret base’ spotted on MOON sparks frenzy
  212. Behind the scenes as the Kavanaugh nomination hit the rocks
  213. Car manufacturing in the UK has fallen again, dropping nearly 10 per cent last month
  214. Top 10: Latest international news and headlines from World
  215. Fortnite vehicle timed trials: ALL map locations for week 10 timed trials challenge | Gaming | Entertainment
  216. First gene-edited babies claimed in China
  217. A treasure trove of ancient history and culture
  218. Transfer news LIVE: Man Utd eye shock deal, Chelsea Hazard update, Arsenal bold move | Football | Sport
  219. Elon Musk thinks humans will have to merge with machines to overcome their ‘existential threat’
  220. Time travel PROOF? ‘Man from 2030’ reveals SHOCK US president
  221. Judge rejects Trump claim that he can’t be sued
  222. Almost one in four pubs have closed down since the financial crisis
  223. India: Has Narendra Modi lived up to expectations? BBC News
  224. Jerry Springer lands his own court show
  225. Stop panicking about indulgence on Thanksgiving
  226. Jane Maas, a Pioneer for Women in Advertising, Dies at 86
  227. Lennon ‘flattered’ by Ireland links but insists he’s happy at Hibs
  228. Share more DNA to protect your privacy in databases
  229. Life on Mars: Humans could look like ALIENS on Red Planet
  230. Catholic University dean resigns after questioning Kavanaugh accuser’s allegations that led to his suspension
  231. Richard Branson’s Virgin Atlantic in takeover talks with regional airline Flybe
  232. Is this the cheapest commute in the world? – BBC News
  233. Holiday Gift Guide 2018 – Best in home and productivity gadgets
  234. Internet may be fuelling hypochondria after ‘Google diagnoses’ surge by more than 8,700% in 3 years
  235. Airlines cancel thousands of flights after Avery surprises East Coast
  236. Kevin Durant slams Mavericks fan who shouted cupcake at him: ‘Watch the f—–g game and shut the f–k up’
  237. Cuomo rips New York Times, CNN, others, over Amazon’s $2.8B incentive package
  238. ISS 20th anniversary: Bizarre videos of ‘UFOs’ spark NASA COVER-UP
  239. Brexit deal: Business groups hit back at DUP’s Wilson
  240. Stopping the cyber-criminals: BBC News Review
  241. Martha Stewart shares her difficult first experience with Uber on social media
  242. Lifting weights for just five minutes can slash stroke and heart attack risk
  243. We’re Reimagining Our Travel Journalism. Tell Us What You’d Like to See.
  244. Why 536 AD was the worst year to be alive
  245. Great Pyramid of Giza: Egyptian Pharaoh ‘HIDDEN in secret chamber’
  246. How will Trump take Amazon move? ‘He will think Bezos made this decision to stick it to him.’
  247. SHARE PUNT OF THE WEEK: Pub chain Fuller’s
  248. Live Statue of Unity: Special coverage of inaugural of world’s tallest statue
  249. Jessie J ‘disappointed’ with fan comparisons to Channing Tatum’s ex Jenna Dewan
  250. NHS system error puts lives at risk as nearly 50,000 women are not sent screening letters
  251. Chiefs fans frustrated after NFL moves game vs. Rams from Mexico City to Los Angeles
  252. Bullets that don’t miss, weaponized insects and more: Innovations from DARPA, America’s secret lab
  253. Alien news: Oregon woman stunned as ’15 shape-changing UFOs’ appear
  254. Mattis heads to US-Mexico border to visit troops awaiting migrant caravan
  255. Telematics insurance has helped cut young driver casualties by a third
  256. Budget 2015 headlines in 4 minutes – BBC News
  257. Michael Douglas says famous dad Kirk Douglas told him his acting debut was ‘absolutely terrible’
  258. Now US regulators vow to ban menthol cigarettes
  259. West Ham midfielder Robert Snodgrass insists his side should be doing better this season
  260. Christian women in Ireland don’t believe in limbo anymore, survey finds
  261. Ancient Egypt bombshell: Shock evidence pyramids built 5,500 years early
  262. California’s Rohrabacher not conceding despite media’s call of Democrat victory
  263. Launch of dedicated ‘Poppy’ bank accounts gives boost for Armed Forces
  264. India’s campaigning Miss World – BBC News
  265. Red Dead Online release date: When does Red Dead Redemption 2 multiplayer come out? | Gaming | Entertainment
  266. Wynn Resorts shares fall 12 percent as it misses earnings estimates
  267. Several former NFL players win midterm races
  268. Facebook starts shipping Portal smart displays
  269. Alien news: Nazi technology ‘exposed as floating bell stuns locals’
  270. Prince Charles won’t speak out when he becomes king
  271. How do I vote if I own shares in a nominee account not paper?
  272. What if UK PM refused to allow another Scottish referendum? BBC News
  273. Legendary stuntwoman Kitty O’Neil dead at 72
  274. Opioid overdoses killed 200 Americans a DAY last year, DEA report reveals
  275. Transfer news LIVE: Neymar to Barcelona shock, Man Utd wage problem, Chelsea swap deal | Football | Sport
  276. Victorian street demolished in Second World War is found in Cornwall
  277. NASA spots huge ‘thermal anomaly’ in Atlantic Ocean sparking frenzy
  278. Avenatti stars in ‘avenging angel’ role
  279. Property prices pushed down by over valuations, a lack of supply and Brexit, say estate agents
  280. CEO Mette Hoffmann Meyer on BBC World News
  281. Jason Aldean, wife Brittany Kerr reveal daughter’s name at baby shower
  282. Phoenix Coldon’s mysterious disappearance perplexes retired officer in new doc: ‘I want to help bring some closure’
  283. Marsha Blackburn leads Phil Bredesen
  284. Is Russia still meddling in US politics? – BBC News
  285. Raheem Sterling arrives for Manchester City training with ‘Fully Paid’ hat
  286. Where to see the best fall foliage across the country
  287. New ‘sensitive’ cervical cancer screening could save women from smear tests after 55
  288. Alien news: UFO spotted ‘taking off from the moon’ in BOMBSHELL clip
  289. Sky finally launches Netflix via its Sky Q boxes
  290. John Schneider reveals ‘Dukes of Hazzard’ memories, weighs in on Tom Wopat troubles
  291. Angela Merkel’s political challenges – BBC News
  292. Essential Gear for Traveling Solo
  293. Paul Zimmerman, acclaimed NFL writer known as ‘Dr. Z,’ dead at 86
  294. Britain’s first double hand transplant patient can now open his door
  295. Ghost news: Man is ‘followed around haunted house by girl in a cape’
  296. Florida mayor accused of asking resident for sex in exchange for neighborhood speed bumps
  297. Is Mike Ashley King of the High Street? As he bags Evans Cycles, what else is in his retail empire?
  298. Kate Middleton reveals royal rule for Prince George, Princess Charlotte
  299. Trump says ‘no’ to migrants: BBC News Review
  300. Manchester United stars arrive for training ahead of Bournemouth clash
  301. NYC airport workers to earn nation’s highest minimum wage
  302. Costa Coffee stores BAN under 16s from buying caffeinated drinks
  303. Brexit Secretary ‘behaving like a thief in the night’
  304. Savills forecasts house prices will rise 15% in five years
  305. ‘Broad City’ star Ilana Glazer’s political event canceled after vandals write ‘kill all Jews’ inside synagogue
  306. World’s Tallest Statue Cost $420 Million, Tivals The Space Needle | NBC News
  307. The home of Bollywood has much to offer travelers
  308. NHL player Evander Kane facing $6M lawsuit as ex-girlfriend claims he reneged on $3M abortion payment
  309. Woman, 24, whose IBS left her looking ‘nine months pregnant’ is now a slim size 10
  310. Kasich: ‘A pox on both houses’ for Kavanaugh confirmation process
  311. Dumbo octopus monster SPOTTED by deep-sea EV Nautilus explorers
  312. Who is George Soros? – BBC News
  313. Dad creates VR world to help daughter – BBC News
  314. David Foster and Katharine McPhee show some PDA at Beverly Hills event
  315. DNA testing websites are ‘scaring women into asking for breast removal surgery’
  316. It Might Not Be a Drinking Problem, but It’s Definitely a Problem
  317. Commerce Department launches audit of steel tariff waivers
  318. Leicester helicopter crash: Schmeichel ‘stopped by police as he ran at burning helicopter’ | Football | Sport
  319. Michael Jackson ALIVE: Frenzy over King of Pop’s ‘nameless empty crypt’
  320. Meghan Markle, Prince Harry breaking royal protocol? 7 times the couple strayed from tradition
  321. ‘Heroic’ TSA agent saves man having heart attack at airport
  322. Hope for the millions of women with endometriosis as scientists edge one step closer to a ‘cure’
  323. Maxine Waters, Schiff among high-profile Dems poised to control committees if House flips
  324. Google Earth spots ‘secret spy plane’ in US military base near Area 51
  325. Parents are paying out thousands for their children to go on school trips
  326. The new MacBook Air makes it near impossible to eavesdrop
  327. Just FIVE percent of US children are meeting the recommended amount of weekly physical activity
  328. Brazilian airline Gol to offer premium class with no middle seats
  329. Retirement contribution limits will rise in 2019
  330. 5 things to binge-watch while spring cleaning
  331. No laughing matter: When exactly did clowns become scary?
  332. Vanessa Trump files for divorce from Donald Trump Jr
  333. Eyelid Lumps and Bumps
  334. 5 Ways Grains Interfere with Weight Loss
  335. Bright Eyes: More Than a Fresh Look
  336. Fighting the flu? This technology tries to help you get well faster
  337. Google hopes AI can predict heart disease by looking at retinas
  338. This startup wants to create a 3D-printed heart
  339. Expert SEO Advice on Marketing Your New Business
  340. Best Tools for Running a Retail Website
  341. How to Create an Exceptional Omnichannel Retail Experience
  342. Jimmie Johnson Mired in Career Worst 28-Race Losing Streak
  343. South Carolina Advances With 79-63 Win Over Buffalo
  344. Thomas Nears No. 1 With Another Short Round in Match Play
  345. Austin serial bomber: Self-described psychopath left behind unemotional trail of murder
  346. ‘Half my family is gone’: Mom mourns Iowa family found dead at Mexico resort
  347. March for our Lives rallies happening in every U.S. state: ‘We’re here and coming to make a change’
Sun, Feb 17, 2019
  1. Travelers are paying more to fly to Mexico and the Caribbean this year
  2. Images released of 12 men wanted over FA Cup violence before Millwall’s win over Everton last month
  3. Would you eat meat from a gene-edited animal?
  4. Alien news: UFO ‘not visible with naked eye’ filmed above Texas
  5. Border crossings at record lows as Trump moves to declare national emergency to build wall
  6. FTSE LIVE: RBS profits double; Premier Foods scraps Ambrosia sale; Pound under pressure
  7. Halloween: How did we fall in love with pumpkins? – BBC News
  8. WWE star Jimmy Uso arrested in Detroit after alleged drunken altercation with police: report
  9. Thousands who had surgery on broken bones face having their metal plates removed
  10. Five Places to Visit in New Orleans
  11. Fairfax accuser also says she was raped by former NBA player Corey Maggette
  12. Tinder, Grindr and other dating apps failed to protect children from sexual exploitation, report says
  13. Kamala Harris says she listened to Snoop Dogg, Tupac while smoking weed in college years before they made music
  14. Pair of Parliamentary committees urge the UK statistics watchdog to fix RPI as soon as possible
  15. Boards must have women – California law: BBC News Review
  16. Valentine’s Day movies on Netflix: THESE are the best Valentine’s Day movies to stream NOW | Films | Entertainment
  17. Miracle treatment or dangerous drug? Indonesian growers cash in on Kratom as it takes hold in the US
  18. 9 affordable US vacation spots for 2019
  19. Liverpool 3-0 Bournemouth AS IT HAPPENED: Mohamed Salah on target as Reds go three clear | Football | Sport
  20. Richard Branson says he’ll fly to space by July
  21. Ghost news: OAP forced to move into Travelodge after being haunted
  22. Brexit: Seaborne Freight no-deal ferry contract scrapped
  23. Mortgage deals get cheaper for low-deposit homebuyers as increased competition sees rates fall
  24. Terry Crews claims National Enquirer owner tried to ‘silence’ him with false prostitutes stories
  25. Yoga could help millions of arthritis patients
  26. Vonn shows off bruises after horror crash in skiing world championships
  27. Telemedicine’s challenge: Getting patients to click the app
  28. Bible news: Prophecy ‘FULFILLED’ after secret code cracked by experts
  29. How the world reacted to Trump’s speech
  30. FTSE LIVE: Barratt shrugs off Brexit pressures; Interserve agrees rescue deal to slash debt pile
  31. Anger on streets over royal wedding row – BBC News
  32. Izzy Young, who organized Bob Dylan’s first big concert, dead at 90
  33. Super Bowl LIII diets, splurges and fan snacks, revealed
  34. A380 future in doubt as Airbus meets with Emirates
  35. Top NFL awards go to Mahomes, Nagy, Luck, Barkley, Long
  36. The science of salting roads: How city streets are being kept safe
  37. Bible scholars ‘find Red Sea crossing site from Egypt to Saudi Arabia’
  38. Former Virginia Gov. McAuliffe calls on Northam to resign amid yearbook photo scandal
  39. Jamal Khashoggi’s fiancee on his murder – BBC News
  40. Pete Davidson, Kate Beckinsale spotted leaving LA comedy club together after comedian’s performance
  41. ‘It’s very hard to tell parents their child is no more’, reveals paediatric heart surgeon
  42. 5 Places to Visit in Ketchum, Idaho
  43. Transfer news LIVE: Carrasco to Arsenal, Newcastle SIGN Almiron, Man Utd announce Martial | Football | Sport
  44. Army tests new communication device that could save wounded soldiers’ lives
  45. Objectophilia: Woman says her boyfriend is a Boeing 737 named Schatz
  46. Brexit: ‘Extra time’ may be needed, says Jeremy Hunt
  47. Shares in Metro Bank down over 12% amid accounting error saga
  48. BBC News Review: Bangladesh’s missing millions
  49. Can You Ever Forgive Me review: Melissa McCarthy gives Oscar-worthy performance | Films | Entertainment
  50. Hypochondriacs who rely on data from their Fitbits ‘are piling extra pressure on the NHS’
  51. TSA officers get partial pay as shutdown’s financial toll worsens
  52. TRANSFER NEWS LIVE: All the deals from the Premier League and Europe
  53. Stressful jobs DO cause weight gain – but only in women
  54. Alien news: Huge sinkholes appear at the same time as mysterious lights
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Sleeping peacefully in her mother’s arms, this is the little girl whose birth gives hope to thousands of childless women.

Luisa Santos’s mother, Fabiana, had no womb until she received one from a dead woman in a pioneering transplant operation in Brazil. In a world exclusive interview, she tells the Mail of the heartache, fear and – finally – joy when her impossible dream of childbirth came true. ‘Luisa is our little miracle,’ she says.

Spurred on by the breakthrough, UK surgeons are planning the first womb transplants here early next year. Luisa’s delivery last December – weighing 5lb 10oz – proved the procedure can be carried out safely using a dead donor’s womb – giving doctors the confidence to replicate the process. At least 15,000 women in Britain of childbearing age were born without a womb or have had it removed due to cancer or other illness.

The birth of Luisa (centre) - Performed in a Brazilian hospital, the breakthrough paves the way or British surgeons to replicate the pioneering procedure within a matter of weeks

The birth of Luisa (centre) – performed in a Brazilian hospital – paves the way for British surgeons to replicate the pioneering procedure within a matter of weeks. She is pictured here with her parents Fabiana Amorim de Lima and Claudio Santos

British surgeons have ethical approval from the NHS for 15 transplants – five using wombs from live donors and ten from dead women. Until now they had planned to primarily focus on live donors, because no transplant had ever succeeded using a womb from a dead woman.

Richard Smith, consultant gynaecologist at Queen Charlotte’s and Chelsea Hospital in London, who is leading the British team, said: ‘The UK womb transplant research team is delighted with the news from Brazil. This is another first and further proof that womb transplants using organs from live donors and from donors who have just died are a real option for some of the many, many women who do not have a viable womb.

‘Preparations are in the final stages and we hope we can replicate this latest success in the not too distant future.’

The first transplant is likely to be done using a live donor, as it will be easier to schedule the timing of the operation. But a transplant from a dead donor will follow when one with a viable womb becomes available. The details of how the Brazilian team carried out the 11-hour operation in 2016 were published in full in The Lancet medical journal this week.

Luisa’s (pictured) delivery last December – weighing 5lb 10oz – proved the procedure can be carried out safely using a dead donor’s womb – giving doctors the confidence to replicate the process 

Luisa’s (pictured) delivery last December – weighing 5lb 10oz – proved the procedure can be carried out safely using a dead donor’s womb – giving doctors the confidence to replicate the process 

Luisa’s (pictured) delivery last December – weighing 5lb 10oz – proved the procedure can be carried out safely using a dead donor’s womb – giving doctors the confidence to replicate the process 

It was a major undertaking, performed against the clock to make sure the womb was implanted before it began to die.

While surgeons removed organs from the dead donor, another team started to prepare Luisa’s mother for her new womb – a procedure which itself took two hours – dissecting blood vessels and creating space in the tissue of her abdomen.

The womb was then lowered into her body and connected to her veins and arteries, ligaments and vaginal canal. Each vessel had to be carefully stitched to the new womb. After surgery, she was in intensive care for two days, then spent six days recovering on a ward.

Ten previous attempts, in the US, Czech Republic and Turkey, to transplant a womb from a dead donor ended in failure.

Dr Srdjan Saso of Imperial College London, part of the British team, said: ‘For those of us involved in uterine transplantation research, this is extremely exciting.

‘This successful demonstration demonstrates a few advantages over live donation. It enables use of a much wider potential donor population, applies lower costs and avoids live donors’ surgical risks.’

Eleven babies have been born using wombs from live donors.

From the medical marvel who’ll pave way for British women within weeks… Yes, it felt strange – but so wonderful that someone who’d passed away could give me this 

Every new parent looks in awe at their longed-for baby. In the case of Fabiana Amorim de Lima and Claudio Santos the birth of Luisa was nothing short of a miracle. For we can reveal that Fabiana, 34, is the mother who became the first in the world to give birth using a dead woman’s womb.

To look at baby Luisa today – a happy, healthy girl with beautiful features and huge brown eyes – there is no clue as to her extraordinary journey into the world.

But the implications of her birth – using a transplanted womb from a deceased donor’s body – will be profound.

In the case of Fabiana Amorim de Lima (right) and Claudio Santos (left) the birth of Luisa (centre) was nothing short of a miracle

In the case of Fabiana Amorim de Lima (right) and Claudio Santos (left) the birth of Luisa (centre) was nothing short of a miracle

In the case of Fabiana Amorim de Lima (right) and Claudio Santos (left) the birth of Luisa (centre) was nothing short of a miracle

Performed in a Brazilian hospital, the breakthrough paves the way for British surgeons to replicate the pioneering procedure within a matter of weeks. It will give much-needed hope to women who face the ultimate obstacle to motherhood.

Mrs Amorim de Lima, who was born without a womb, had an overwhelming desire to ‘generate a baby herself’ – despite the grave risks of the unproven technique.

Her 33-year-old husband desperately tried to dissuade her from going through with it after being told she could die.

‘When my wife discovered that she didn’t have a womb, she started to research and find out more about the condition,’ he said.

‘We heard that a woman in Sweden had had a womb transplant from a live family member, but it never crossed our mind that this could be something available to us. We found a page on Facebook created by women with the same problem.

‘So we began to take part in this same closed group and got to know other women who had the same syndrome. It was great to be able to share our experiences and worries with others going through it.

‘It was through this group that we discovered that the Hospital da Clinicas in Sao Paulo was looking for women without a womb to take part in a medical experiment. They didn’t explain much at the beginning, but straight away we volunteered and became one of the couples in the running.

‘Ten couples from this group were selected, then after many tests found out we were one of the three couples who had been chosen.’

Luisa, a curly-haired bundle of energy now learning to crawl, turns one next Saturday – a milestone her parents once only dreamed of.

‘She’s a normal baby who has developed normally,’ says her mother. ‘She breastfeeds, she plays. It’s tiring, it’s hard work, but none of that comes close to how marvellous it is to have my daughter, and to know that I generated and carried her. There is no other way of describing her, she is our little miracle.’

Mrs Amorim de Lima, a psychologist who worked in human resources, learned she did not have a womb weeks before she was due to get married. ‘I was 28 and I’d never had a period in my whole life,’ she said. ‘But I’d never gone to a doctor to find out why.

Mrs Amorim de Lima (pictured) first had IVF treatment, resulting in eight fertilised eggs which were cryopreserved (cooled below freezing point), before undergoing the womb transplant four months later after the donor, who died following a stroke, was identified

Mrs Amorim de Lima (pictured) first had IVF treatment, resulting in eight fertilised eggs which were cryopreserved (cooled below freezing point), before undergoing the womb transplant four months later after the donor, who died following a stroke, was identified

Mrs Amorim de Lima (pictured) first had IVF treatment, resulting in eight fertilised eggs which were cryopreserved (cooled below freezing point), before undergoing the womb transplant four months later after the donor, who died following a stroke, was identified

‘When I decided to get married I thought it was time to find out what the problem was, and after lots of tests we discovered that, although I had eggs, I had no womb.

‘There was no chance I’d ever be able to get pregnant. Back then we’d never even heard of womb transplants. Even so, we decided to continue with the wedding and our life together. My husband wanted to adopt, but my heart wasn’t open to that. I wanted to generate my own baby, inside of me.

‘It was important to me to have that experience, to get pregnant, to see my child in an ultrasound, to carry her, to feel her inside of me and to give birth. It was everything I wanted and it consumed me. I was prepared to take whatever risks were necessary to make it happen.

‘It was a slightly strange feeling at first, knowing that I was carrying the womb of another person, who had now passed away. But at the same time it was emotional, knowing that someone who had already gone could do something so wonderful for me.’

Mrs Amorim de Lima was always positive. ‘I was absolutely certain it would work out,’ she said. ‘I was never worried about anything, and I wasn’t for one moment afraid of the surgery.’

The couple live on a dreary, rundown street in a poor district of Guarulhos, a satellite city of Sao Paulo, in south-eastern Brazil. Their tiny one-bedroom flat is above the home of her parents.

On the corner of the street is a makeshift car wash, and a few streets away on the busy main road locals in shorts and flip-flops mingle among market traders selling fresh produce and live pigs and chickens. Their home has a small living room with two sofas, a bedroom and a kitchen. Their sparse living room is adorned with photos of their daughter.

Mr Santos, an insurance salesman for the bank Bradesco, said after hearing of the risks of the surgery he tried to convince his wife to adopt instead.

He said: ‘They told us they would have to connect veins and arteries, that it was very intricate and there could be many complications, and that included the risk to Fabiana’s own life. I talked with her about it. My heart was open to adoption, but she was convinced that it was what she wanted. Her dream was to generate her own child, and to achieve it she would do anything.

‘So we entered into an agreement to go through with it, aware of the risks, including to her own life. She managed to convince me to let her go through with it.’ The couple married in September 2012 after meeting as students at university. Mrs Amorim de Lima said the years after her medical diagnosis were difficult as she tried to come to terms with the devastating news.

‘The first year and a half were the worst,’ she said. ‘I hit rock bottom, I was really bad. I thought that I was the worst person in the world, that I had been punished by God. How could a woman be born without a womb?

‘But we had two options, to continue to be troubled by the situation, or to look for a solution. And we decided to look for a solution. That was the best decision I ever made, because if not my baby girl wouldn’t be here today.’ They started to read up on her syndrome, Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser, and joined a group of other women in the Sao Paulo region living with the same disorder.

The science behind miracle baby Luisa involved five distinct steps, starting with the removal of 16 of Fabiana's eggs in 2016

The science behind miracle baby Luisa involved five distinct steps, starting with the removal of 16 of Fabiana's eggs in 2016

The science behind miracle baby Luisa involved five distinct steps, starting with the removal of 16 of Fabiana’s eggs in 2016

In 2015, the group was approached by researchers from Sao Paulo’s Hospital das Clinicas, looking for candidates for the first American surgical trial of uterine transportation. Of ten couples who came forward, three were chosen to take part – and Fabiana and Claudio were the first. The hospital paid for their treatment.

First, she had IVF treatment, resulting in eight fertilised eggs which were cryopreserved (cooled below freezing point), before undergoing the womb transplant four months later after the donor, who died following a stroke, was identified. One of the fertilised eggs was defrosted and implanted into the donor womb. ‘It sounds crazy, but from the moment they called us to talk it through, I was absolutely certain it would work out,’ said Mrs Amorim de Lima. ‘I was never worried about anything, and I wasn’t for one moment afraid of the surgery.

‘I was so determined. I wanted a baby, come what may. Why was I so sure it would work out, when every other try had failed? Because my faith is very strong. I prayed a lot. I asked God to realise my dream. And because of that I knew nothing would go wrong.

‘But it wasn’t easy. Those two years were a rollercoaster with so many ups and downs.

‘The worst was the emotional exhaustion and the waiting six months for a donor. Knowing that a family had lost someone they loved was terrible, but at the same time our prayers of finding a womb had been answered.’

She spent 11 hours in surgery, where surgeons plumbed in the organ, connecting veins, arteries, ligaments and vaginal canals.

‘We had to a sign a form saying we were aware of the risks. I spent the whole night awake, waiting and praying. I only relaxed when it was over and she was back in her room,’ said her husband. All the Roman Catholic couple know about the donor is she was 45 and had had children.

‘I really wanted to find out more about her,’ said Mrs Amorim de Lima. ‘We even tried to find the person’s family to know more, to show them what a marvellous thing she had done, but we ended up leaving it. We didn’t know if it would make things worse for them or not.

‘The doctors assured us that the baby doesn’t take on anything of the donor mother, nothing. Her structure is all mine and her father’s.

‘Pregnancy is a traumatic time for any mother, because there are so many things that can go wrong and everything seems so fragile. And for me it was just like that but a thousand times worse.

‘I thought I’d never feel as anxious as during the six months we were waiting for a donor to appear, but being pregnant took it to another level entirely. Although I felt sure that everything would be OK, it didn’t stop me worrying when I had a bad turn or when I hadn’t felt her move for a while. My husband was constantly checking my belly, he worried much more than I did.

‘Very few people know about this whole experience, or that I don’t have a womb. We only told a few members of our family, and one or two close friends. You can count on one hand the number of people who know. We just didn’t want people to know and give them reason to talk about me.

‘We baptised her recently, we felt it was important to do that before her first birthday. But we couldn’t tell people just how much of a miracle she really is to us.’

Baby Luisa was born at the Hospital das Clinicas in Sao Paulo (pictured), with thirty people present including researchers and doctors 

Baby Luisa was born at the Hospital das Clinicas in Sao Paulo (pictured), with thirty people present including researchers and doctors 

Baby Luisa was born at the Hospital das Clinicas in Sao Paulo (pictured), with thirty people present including researchers and doctors 

Thirty people, including researchers and doctors, were present at Luisa’s birth last December at the Hospital das Clinicas.

Mr Santos said: ‘The real fear was because this was new, nobody had ever done this before. So my fear was that something went wrong and something worse would happen, and that Fabiana wouldn’t leave the surgery room alive.

‘I was really scared during those hours of surgery, I paced up and down outside, every few minutes asking if it was going OK. And in the hours after the surgery too, because her body could have rejected the womb at any moment.

‘I was constantly apprehensive through the whole process. To be honest I only stopped worrying after the baby came out.

‘The whole time we lived under that pressure, is it going to turn out alright? Will the womb punish our baby? Will she be healthy? Each consultation we went to, each biopsy and ultrasound, there was a different fear.

‘After Luisa was born I breathed a sigh of relief for her, but my wife still had to go though a serious operation. She had just had a C-section and now she also had to have a hysterectomy to remove the womb. So I was the first person to hold Luisa, and the first to feed her.

‘We do want to have more children but not in the same way, I can’t imagine this being available to us again. So we have decided that the next child we have will be adopted. I had always wanted to adopt, rather than Fabiana have to go through what she did. I want to tell Luisa everything when she’s old. I’ll tell her about her mum’s bravery and determination, of everything she went through to bring her into the world. So many trips to hospital, more than 100 times we went there. Every month she had to have a blood test and biopsy, hundreds of conversations with doctors and psychologists.

‘It’s such a beautiful story, and we are so grateful for God’s help and all the professionals who made it possible. I don’t think there are many couples who would be able to go through all we did.

‘I will tell her like that, in a very positive way, but I won’t hide from her any of the details, even the fact that she grew in the womb of another woman who had died.

‘I’m keeping all the newspaper stories so she can read them one day. I am sure that, more than anything, she will be really proud of her parents, for them having gone through all this, and especially of her mother who put her life at risk to have her.’

The birth of the child in Sao Paulo, Brazil (pictured) paves the way for UK surgeons to try their first womb transplants here early next year

The birth of the child in Sao Paulo, Brazil (pictured) paves the way for UK surgeons to try their first womb transplants here early next year

The birth of the child in Sao Paulo, Brazil (pictured) paves the way for UK surgeons to try their first womb transplants here early next year

Mrs Amorim de Lima added: ‘During the first three months I had the same worries as any mother, especially the fear of miscarriage. And I was always worried about whether she would be born with any health problems because of the many medicines I was taking. I was taking 14 different medicines per day, including lots of immunosuppressant drugs.

‘I had this fear that one of the medicines would cause a problem with my baby. There was one time when two hours passed without her moving at all, and I became very scared. I was calmer towards the end than I was at the beginning, and the doctors reassured me that the medicines wouldn’t case problems.

‘I also have a strong faith which kept me positive. Thank God my baby was born perfect.’

The couple want their joy to inspire others. ‘We hope that many other couples who think they will never have children will soon be able to experience this feeling, too,’ said Mr Santos.

‘I’ll never forget the moment she came into the world. The paediatrician showed her to me quickly then rushed her away to do tests. Then she brought her back and said “Congratulations, there’s nothing wrong with her, she’s perfect”. That’s when I started crying. I cried for a long time.’



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