• Evidence of world's biggest child sacrifice found in Peru

    Archaeologists in Peru have found evidence of the biggest-ever sacrifice of children, uncovering the remains of more than 140 youngsters who were slain alongside 200 llamas as part of a ritual offering some 550 years ago, National Geographic announced on Thursday. The cliff is located just outside the northwestern coastal city of Trujillo, Peru's third largest city which today has 800,000 inhabitants. "While incidents of human sacrifice among the Aztec, Maya and Inca have been recorded in colonial-era Spanish chronicles and documented in modern scientific excavations, the discovery of a large-scale child sacrifice event in the little-known pre-Columbian Chimu civilization is unprecedented in the Americas -- if not in the entire world," National Geographic said.

  • This 24-year-old discovered her breast cancer by putting on a sticky bra

    Alex Whitaker was getting ready for a night out when she noticed a lump in her breast.

  • The Latest: Kim gave his sister a place at negotiating table

    GOYANG, South Korea (AP) - The latest on the summit between the leaders of North Korea and South Korea: (All times local):

  • Profligate Arsenal punished by 10-man Atletico Madrid

    Outgoing Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger lamented a familiar defensive lapse as his side failed to cash in on a man advantage for over 80 minutes in a 1-1 draw with Atletico Madrid in the first leg of their Europa League semi-final on Thursday. Antoine Griezmann's away goal eight minutes from time is a body blow to Wenger's hopes of bowing out after 22 years on a high in the final on May 16, and Arsenal's chances of playing Champions League football next season. Sime Vrsaljko's early red card handed the Gunners the initiative, however, they were made to rue a host of missed chances before and after Alexandre Lacazette headed them in front on the hour mark.

  • Apple’s rumored 6.1-inch iPhone X variant will not include 3D Touch

    In the weeks leading up to the iPhone X launch, many analysts were of the mind that Apple's next-gen iPhone could very well help Apple sell a record number of iPhones. Nearly five months later, that scenario hasn't exactly played out as imagined. According to reports, iPhone X sales haven't lived up to Apple's expectations, a dynamic that can likely be attributed to the device's incredibly high $999 starting price. In an effort to boost overall iPhone sales, rumor has it that Apple next year will release three brand new iPhone models with edge to edge displays. With one said to be a 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus and another said to be a refreshed iPhone X, the third model will reportedly be a 6.1-inch iPhone with an edgeless LCD display. While buyers interested in a premium iPhone will undoubtedly flock to the OLED models, the LCD iPhone will reportedly be positioned as a much more affordable alternative. Indeed, rumblings from the rumor mill suggest that the 6.1-inch iPhone may be priced anywhere between $550 and $700. In effect, the 6.1-inch iPhone will appeal to prospective buyers who are eager for a new form factor but who aren't exactly keen on spending a grand on a new device. As to how the 6.1-inch iPhone will differ from its OLED counterparts -- aside from the display technology -- Ming Chi-Kuo is claiming that the device will not incorporate 3D Touch, a feature Apple originally introduced on the iPhone 6s. As detailed by Feng (via MacRumors), the 6.1-inch iPhone will reportedly incorporate a new "Cover Glass Sensor" wherein the touch module will move from the display panel to the surface of the glass. The report claims that the technology will yield a display that is lighter and more "impact-resistant." With the Cover Glass Sensor said to cost a bit more money, Apple will reportedly look to trim costs in other places. In turn, Apple has reportedly decided to keep 3D Touch as a premium feature for its OLED based models and existing LCD models.

  • Millennials don't need living rooms, says leading architect

    Millennials don't need living rooms, says leading architect

  • Drunk driver’s erratic driving and subsequent crash caught on her own dashcam

    A drunk driver's dashcam helped to secure her conviction after it captured her erratic driving and subsequent car crash. Teacher, Louise Willard from Bexhill, East Sussex, filmed herself as she swerved across the road for several miles, clipping the kerb and swerving across the road, before she crashed into a parked car in Sussex. After she stopped a short distance later, police officers conducted a breath test she was found to be more than two and a half times over the legal drink driving limit.