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Rosie Perez testifies at Harvey Weinstein's sex crimes trial about Annabella Sciorra

Rosie Perez testifies at Harvey Weinstein's sex crimes trial about Annabella Sciorra

The alleged rape is not one of the incidents Weinstein is charged over but prosecutors were allowed to bring Sciorra into the courtroom to talk about it to support their case.

Rosie Perez testifies at Harvey Weinstein's sex crimes trial about Annabella Sciorra

Rosie Perez testifies at Harvey Weinstein's sex crimes trial about Annabella Sciorra

The alleged rape is not one of the incidents Weinstein is charged over but prosecutors were allowed to bring Sciorra into the courtroom to talk about it to support their case.

Las Vegas will change its famous slogan to 'What happens here, only happens here'

Las Vegas will change its famous slogan to 'What happens here, only happens here'

Las Vegas is set to change their advertising slogan, 'What happens here, stays here,' to 'What happens here, only happens here.' The new slogan will be unveiled in ad during the Grammy Awards

Meghan Markle plans to give first interview to Ellen because she understands her pain

Meghan Markle plans to give first interview to Ellen because she understands her pain

Meghan Markle plans to give Ellen DeGeneres her first interview because she 'feels like they are kindred spirits,' insiders exclusively told DailyMail.com.

British Doctor who lodged intent to block bid to trademark Sussex Royal withdraws his application

British Doctor who lodged intent to block bid to trademark Sussex Royal withdraws his application

Doctor Benjamin Worcester, 34, who lodged intent to block Harry and Meghan's bid to trademark Sussex Royal, has withdrawn his application and said an impostor filled out the forms.

Cyber security experts say there is not conclusive proof Saudi Arabia hacked Jeff Bezos

Cyber security experts say there is not conclusive proof Saudi Arabia hacked Jeff Bezos

Forensics specialists Bill Marczak and Alex Stamos told The Wall Street Journal that the team at FTI should have been able to identify the malicious software that was used in the apparent hack.

Democrats begin their final push to remove Donald Trump after two marathon days

Democrats begin their final push to remove Donald Trump after two marathon days

Democrats will wrap up their case against Donald Trump Friday and cede to the president's legal team, who is under growing pressure from Republicans to mount a credible defense of Trump.

Residents run outdoors for safety as earthquake with 6.8 magnitude shakes eastern Turkey 

Residents run outdoors for safety as earthquake with 6.8 magnitude shakes eastern Turkey 

The earthquake struck Friday at 1755 GMT, 8.55pm local time, near the town of Sivrice in eastern Elazig province, the Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency said.

Father, 49, took fatal overdose after returning home to find police searching his house

Father, 49, took fatal overdose after returning home to find police searching his house

Russell Cordes, 49 - from Dover, Kent - died in April last year. Police searched his home after receiving intelligence that indecent images of children had been downloaded from an IP address linked to him.

France confirms 2 cases of virus from China, 1st in Europe

France confirms 2 cases of virus from China, 1st in Europe

France on Friday announced two cases of the deadly new virus from China, the first cases in Europe. French Health Minister Agnes Buzyn warned they 'will probably have other cases.'

Meghan Markle posts MORE pictures of her doing good works BEFORE she married Prince Harry 

Meghan Markle posts MORE pictures of her doing good works BEFORE she married Prince Harry 

Meghan Markle today posted more pictures of her doing good works on Instagram, highlighting the charity trips she made before marrying Prince Harry.

Chinese e-commerce sites are running out of medical masks

Chinese e-commerce sites are running out of medical masks

Top e-commerce sites in China like Alibaba, its subsidiary Taobao and JD.com are begging panicked customers to be patient as their stocks of medical supplies run low amid the outbreak.

34 US troops had brain injuries from Iran's missile strike

34 US troops had brain injuries from Iran's missile strike

The Pentagon has revealed that 34 service members had been diagnosed with traumatic brain injury following missile strikes by Iran on a base in Iraq earlier this month.

Dictatorships' GDPs 'greater than economic output of democratic nations for first time in 120 years'

Dictatorships' GDPs 'greater than economic output of democratic nations for first time in 120 years'

David Miliband, 54, warned the world's economic output is 'greater' in autocratic nations than it is in democratic ones, during his speech at a summit in Davos, Switzerland, today.

Boris Johnson praises former Stormont deputy first minister Seamus Mallon after his death aged 83 

Boris Johnson praises former Stormont deputy first minister Seamus Mallon after his death aged 83 

Seamus Mallon, who lived in Markethill, Co Armagh, died earlier today. He was an architect of the Northern Ireland peace process and a key figure in negotiating the 1998 Good Friday Agreement.

Russian students step out in their finest as they take to the dancefloor

Russian students step out in their finest as they take to the dancefloor

Hundreds of students from the twelve largest universities of the Rostov-on-Don region were invited to commemorate Tatiana Day at Platov South-Russian State Polytechnic University in Russia.

Council officials tell mother-of-two, 23, to 'call back tomorrow' after fire tears through her flat

Council officials tell mother-of-two, 23, to 'call back tomorrow' after fire tears through her flat

Margaret O'Connell, 23, was out at a local park playing with her two children Alfie, three, and Maisie, one, when she returned home to find the fire alarms blaring from her Cambridge flat.

Body parts found in a river belong to mother, 58, who disappeared more than two years ago

Body parts found in a river belong to mother, 58, who disappeared more than two years ago

DNA testing confirmed they belong to Marie Scott, who was reported missing from her home in Hale, Manchester, in 2017. A human leg found 20 miles away was identified as Ms Scott's in 2018.

Pensioner, 71, tells how she was sexually assaulted by Joseph McCann

Pensioner, 71, tells how she was sexually assaulted by Joseph McCann

Joseph McCann, 34, attacked the pensioner as she got into her black Fiat Punto in a Morrisons car park in Bury, Lancashire on May 5. McCann struck the married woman, then demanded sex.

Masked gang shoot dog dead and wound its stunned 52-year-old owner

Masked gang shoot dog dead and wound its stunned 52-year-old owner

The dog - a white Maltichon called Henry - died as a result of the firearm being discharged during a targeted attack in North Lanarkshire.

Google backtracks on new Search design that made ads look like organic results after user backlash

Google backtracks on new Search design that made ads look like organic results after user backlash

It's not entirely clear how Google will tweak its method of highlighting which results are ads, but it says it will begin 'experimenting' immediately in a Twitter thread on Friday.

Makeup artist with a tumor on her face says she 'wouldn't trade her life for anything'

Makeup artist with a tumor on her face says she 'wouldn't trade her life for anything'

Rhonda Manring, 27, from Virginia, was diagnosed with neurofibromatosis when she was two-years-old. While she has always been confident, her love of makeup helped her to embrace her condition.

Couple 'who starved live-in-landlord to death left food by his corpse for doctor to find'

Couple 'who starved live-in-landlord to death left food by his corpse for doctor to find'

Lynda, 61, and Wayne Rickard, 64, are accused of murdering James 'Anthony' Sootheran, 59, who was found dead at his home in South Newington, Oxfordshire, in March 2014.

Harry Dunn's father praises 'promising' meeting with Andrea Leadsom who expresses 'disappointment'

Harry Dunn's father praises 'promising' meeting with Andrea Leadsom who expresses 'disappointment'

Tim Dunn, 50, described today's meeting with Business Secretary Andrea Leadsom as 'promising', following the US turning down an extradition request for Anne Sacoolas last night.

Prince William and Kate Middleton are set to attend the BAFTAS for the fourth year in a row

Prince William and Kate Middleton are set to attend the BAFTAS for the fourth year in a row

Prince William, 37, and Kate Middleton, 38, are set to attend the EE British Academy Film Awards at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Sunday 2 February for the fourth year in a row.

Twitter data could have been a source of Kremlin intelligence during the 2014 Ukraine conflict

Twitter data could have been a source of Kremlin intelligence during the 2014 Ukraine conflict

University of California experts showed that location-tagged tweets by Ukraine residents could have been used to map out sentiments towards Russia in real-time.

China Coronavirus: Wuhan 'nurse' claims bodies left unattended

China Coronavirus: Wuhan 'nurse' claims bodies left unattended

The chilling scene, captured by a woman who claims to be a nurse in the epicentre of the outbreak, was posted to the country's social media today but quickly censored.

Wuhan Coronavirus: China shuts down Disneyland and 14 cities

Wuhan Coronavirus: China shuts down Disneyland and 14 cities

The Disney Resort in Shanghai said it will close from tomorrow, Saturday January 25, for 'the prevention and control of the disease outbreak' as public transport and roads are closed elsewhere.

Ancient Roman cookbook lists a recipe for a burger which includes a salty fish sauce 

Ancient Roman cookbook lists a recipe for a burger which includes a salty fish sauce 

The burger may be America's favorite food, but the popular dish was gifted to us by the Romans. An ancient cookbook describes forming minced meat into patties.

Coronavirus: Disturbing videos claim to show people collapsing in Wuhan

Coronavirus: Disturbing videos claim to show people collapsing in Wuhan

Dozens of videos being circulated on social media purport to show people collapsing in the streets of the Chinese city of Wuhan, epicentre of the new coronavirus outbreak, as medics rush to treat them.

Ben Stokes apologies after being caught on camera calling a fan a 'f****** four-eyed c***'

Ben Stokes apologies after being caught on camera calling a fan a 'f****** four-eyed c***'

PAUL NEWMAN IN JOHANNESBURG: England were anxiously waiting to hear whether Ben Stokes was facing disciplinary action that could include a suspension.

Surgeon 'carried out unnecessary or inappropriate shoulder surgeries' on 217 private patients

Surgeon 'carried out unnecessary or inappropriate shoulder surgeries' on 217 private patients

Surgeon Habib Rahman is alleged to have performed unnecessary or inappropriate shoulder procedures at Spire Parkway Hospital in Solihull, West Midlands, lawyers said.

Jermaine Pennant is taken OFF AIR by Sky Sports News with TV viewers accusing him of being drunk

Jermaine Pennant is taken OFF AIR by Sky Sports News with TV viewers accusing him of being drunk

EXCLUSIVE: Former Liverpool winger Jermaine Pennant was removed from Sky Sports News' transfer talk segment on Friday morning with fans on Twitter suggesting he was drunk.

Cat thinks hard about whether to hit dog... but its victim's giant ears prove too tempting

Cat thinks hard about whether to hit dog... but its victim's giant ears prove too tempting

Black-and-white cat Ruta prodded dog Howie's enormous ears while he was staring at their laughing owner on Wednesday. It is believed to have been filmed in Pennsylvania, US.

BBC editor Fergal Keane quits job as he battles PTSD after decades of reporting from conflict zones

BBC editor Fergal Keane quits job as he battles PTSD after decades of reporting from conflict zones

The BBC said Fergal Keane (pictured in Iraq) had developed PTSD while due to 'several decades of work in conflict zones around the world', including Rwanda and Northern Ireland.

Two-Michelin-starred French chef Claude Bosi is DENIED permanent UK residency

Two-Michelin-starred French chef Claude Bosi is DENIED permanent UK residency

Claude Bosi, 47, who is most famous for running Hibiscus and Bibendum in London, has shared a copy of his rejection letter from the Home Office on Instagram.

US Treasury Secretary says White House wants post-Brexit trade deal with UK done this year

US Treasury Secretary says White House wants post-Brexit trade deal with UK done this year

US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin today said the White House wants to agree a post-Brexit trade deal with the UK before the end of the year.

Treorchy in Wales is crowned Britain's Best High Street

Treorchy in Wales is crowned Britain's Best High Street

Treorchy High Street - nestled in the Rhondda Fawr Valley - triumphed over better-known high streets because of its commitment to the local community.

US health experts predicted coronavirus could kill 65million people in a year THREE months ago

US health experts predicted coronavirus could kill 65million people in a year THREE months ago

Scientists at the prestigious Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security in Maryland modeled a hypothetical pandemic on a computer as part of research last October.

First British patient tested for coronavirus reveals he was treated by doctors in 'spaceman suits'

First British patient tested for coronavirus reveals he was treated by doctors in 'spaceman suits'

Michael Hope, 45, was rushed to an isolated unit at Newcastle's Royal Infirmary after telling his GP about his return from China. He was one of 14 patients in the UK to be tested yesterday.

Heartbroken parents blast NHS Trust

Heartbroken parents blast NHS Trust

Today outside County Hall in Maidstone Harry Richford's father Tom read out an emotional statement saying that the Trust had failed to learn from this and previous similar cases.

Britain's Chinese community wear facemasks as they celebrate New Year amid coronavirus scare

Britain's Chinese community wear facemasks as they celebrate New Year amid coronavirus scare

London's Chinese community wore surgical masks today as they prepared to celebrate the Lunar New Year amid fears that the coronavirus could spread to British shores.

Unite backs Rebecca Long-Bailey to be the next Labour leader

Unite backs Rebecca Long-Bailey to be the next Labour leader

Members of Unite, the second largest union in Britain, backed the shadow business secretary after a ballot this afternoon, as well as Richard Burgon for deputy leader.

Prince Charles wishes Palestinian people 'freedom, justice and equality' 

Prince Charles wishes Palestinian people 'freedom, justice and equality' 

The Prince of Wales, 71, offered sympathy for the Palestinian people as he wished them 'freedom, justice and equality' while making a speech during a historic first visit to Bethlehem earlier today.

NHS could free hospital beds using AI which tells doctors when patients are stable to go home

NHS could free hospital beds using AI which tells doctors when patients are stable to go home

Researchers tried the system on 790 patients in an NHS hospital in Wales, and say it could 'easily be rolled out' nationwide. AI by a patients' bedside collects data on their vitals.

Killer coronavirus could be SPREAD through the eyes

Killer coronavirus could be SPREAD through the eyes

Chinese doctor Wang Guangfa, Beijing's Peking University First Hospital, fears he may have contracted the SARS-like infection because he wasn't wearing protective goggles.

Jilted lover, 29, faces life in jail for knifing 32-year-old ex to death in front of her children

Jilted lover, 29, faces life in jail for knifing 32-year-old ex to death in front of her children

Hafiz Sharifi, 29, today admitted to stabbing his ex-partner, Suvekshya Burathoki, 32, to death in front of her three children at her home in Leicester. He will be sentenced on February 21.

EU chief Ursula von der Leyen formally signs the Brexit divorce deal

EU chief Ursula von der Leyen formally signs the Brexit divorce deal

He put Parker pen to paper on the official copy of the Withdrawal Agreement in Downing Street this afternoon, ending months and months of biter and divisive politics.

Princess Anne meets military families while opening an armed force centre in Argyll

Princess Anne meets military families while opening an armed force centre in Argyll

Princess Anne, 69, appeared in high spirits as she opened the newly renovated Drumfork Community Centre in Argyll earlier today, after it underwent a £2 million refurbishment.

Chinese students from coronavirus-ravaged Wuhan 'went clubbing in Cambridge this week'

Chinese students from coronavirus-ravaged Wuhan 'went clubbing in Cambridge this week'

Fifteen students from Wuhan College attended the University of Cambridge this week as part of a nine-day education programme. It is thought they went clubbing in the evenings.

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