The Hottest Stories on the Internet Today (Friday April 14)

April 14, 2017

These are the stories making headlines this Good Friday.

How Jubilee Lost The Propaganda War… Unga, SGR, Laptops, Stadiums etc.

While launching the portal, Larry Madowo asked President Uhuru to explain why the price of unga has gone up from Sh60 when they took power, to Sh150 currently. And then it hit me.. Jubilee has lost the propaganda war.

Donholm Couple Arrested After Raid on Their House Where Girls Perform Online Sex Acts

A man and his wife are in police custody on suspicion of running a brothel in their six-bedroom maisonette in Nairobi’s Donholm estate. The couple, identified as Dan and Marceline, were arrested Tuesday after police raided the house and found half-naked women. The couple lives with their child

“I Have Found a Cure for HIV…” Jubilee MP Announces

Magarini Member of Parliament Harrison Kombo has made a sensationally claim that HIV can be cured using therapy.

We Lived in a Humble Abode in Githurai But Had Love and Big Dreams, Ezekiel Mutua Celebrates 20 Years of Marriage

Away from matters morality, Kenya’s moral policeman Ezekiel Mutua is a happy man having clocked an impressive twenty years in marriage. The Kenya Film Classification Board CEO yesterday celebrated the 2oth anniversary of his marriage to Jane Mutua. The two were declared husband and wife in 199

North Korean nuclear site ‘primed and ready’: analysts

“The activity during the past six weeks is suggestive of the final preparations for a test,” 38 North analyst Joseph Bermudez told CNN. Their prediction comes as Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Thursday that North Korea may have the capability to deliver missiles equipped with sarin nerve gas.

North Korea may be able to arm missiles with Sarin, Japan PM says

His warning came as analysts said North Korea may be preparing for a sixth nuclear test ahead of a key anniversary in the country and following the deployment of a US naval strike group to the region. “The security situation around our country is getting increasingly severe,” Abe said, who was addressing the Japanese parliament’s diplomacy and defense committee.

Syria’s Assad: Chemical attack was fabrication

In an interview with news agency AFP, conducted under restrictions imposed by the Syrian government at the presidential palace in Damascus, Assad claimed the reported details of what happened were not credible because their source was al-Qaeda’s former affiliate in Syria, Nusra Front. The entire incident was “fabricated” and “unconvincing,” he claimed.

Sheila Abdus-Salaam, a trailblazing judge, found dead in Hudson River

Police responded to a 911 call about a woman in the water of the Hudson around 1:45 p.m. Wednesday. They found an unconscious and unresponsive woman, who was later pronounced dead and identified as Abdus-Salaam. The medical examiner will determine the cause of death and the incident is under investigation, according to a statement from the New York Police Department.

Trump flips on NATO, China, Russia and Syria

He backed down a threat to brand China a currency manipulator. In another reversal, Trump praised Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen, whom he had previously pledged to replace when her term expires, and once accused of holding interest rates low as a political boost for former President Barack Obama.

United reimburses passengers on chaotic flight

A total of three Chicago Department of Aviation officers are on leave following the incident, which has turned into a publicity nightmare for United. Amid plummeting stocks and boycott threats, newly released footage appears to contradict United CEO Oscar Munoz’s claim that Dr. David Dao’s belligerence left officers with no choice but to forcibly remove him.

Malala Yousafzai becomes youngest honorary citizen of Canada

At 19, she became the youngest person to receive that honor after Canada awarded her the title during an honorary citizenship ceremony in Ottawa on Wednesday. “I’m humbled to accept honorary citizenship of your country,” she said during a speech to the House of Commons, where she got a standing ovation from parliamentarians.

For sale: Churchill’s watch for ‘unity in Europe’

However, its a civilian model that seems primed to break all records for the brand: On April 25, the Lemania watch given to Winston Churchill by the Swiss canton of Vaud is being auctioned Sotheby’s in London.

Our survey shows people know Snapchat started Stories-but Facebook might win out anyway

Facebook is at war with Snapchat. That we know. But what’s unclear is how the public – not just you Mashable readers and social media experts – views the competition. Is Facebook being unfair, as Victoria Secret model and Snapchat CEO’s fiancé Miranda Kerr claimed? Which “Stories” product is better?

Phone company shuts down troll in the most spectacularly blunt way

It’s been proven time and time again that messing with Tesco Mobile on Twitter is a bad idea. People simply won’t learn, though. On Wednesday, a Twitter-user named Baz made the bad mistake of trying to make a joke at the phone company’s expense.

Microwave what?! Research suggests we’ve been drinking tea all wrong

Here’s something that might make you spit out your tea. According to food scientist Dr Quan Vuong, from the University of Newcastle in Australia, microwaving your cup of tea is the key to getting more health benefits from the beverage. He’s done years of research on the matter, but still, people aren’t taking it well.

1-day-old baby goats learning how to jump is honestly the most perfect thing you will see all day

The Mad Lib of everyone’s dreams just came true – here are a bunch of 1-day-old baby goats learning how to jump while wearing warm sweaters. The kids were born last weekend at the Sunflower Farm Creamery in Maine. In case you thought this story couldn’t get cuter, their names are Gershwin, Butterscotch, Marigold, and Bruno.

Apple is secretly working to revolutionize how we treat diabetes

Personal computing, phones, watches, and … diabetes? Cupertino-based Apple has over its 41-year lifespan successfully disrupted the former, but it may be about to revolutionize treatment for the latter. According to a report from CNBC , the tech giant has a secret team of scientists working to develop technology that would allow for the continuous and non-invasive monitoring of blood sugar levels as part of an effort to better treat diabetes.

Arctic Meltdown: NASA photos capture region in rapid transition

Since the 1970s, the eastern Arctic Ocean has become less stratified, particularly in recent years, the Science study found. During recent winters, the cap of cold water has completely broken down, bringing warmer Atlantic waters to the surface and limiting sea ice growth.

‘Game of Thrones’ actor Lena Headey opens up about mental health on Twitter

When you’re so used to seeing actors dressed up and in character, it’s sometimes easy to forget that they’re real people too. Lena Headey, who plays Cersei Lannister in Game of Thrones, has always been very honest and open on Twitter. On Thursday, one of her fans asked Headey a question about insecurity.

Sorry Tesla, but the Lucid Air is way more luxurious and spacious

Newcomer Lucid Motors has generated quite the buzz since it announced its Air electric car late last year. The California-based company’s EV, which also has an autonomous driving system, has been billed by many as a Tesla “killer” that’s more high tech and luxurious than the Model S.

Trump Threatens Coverage Of Millions If Democrats Won’t Negotiate On ACA Repeal

President Donald Trump is contemplating a new strategy to get repeal of the Affordable Care Act through Congress: threatening to torpedo insurance for millions of Americans unless Democrats agree to negotiate with him. In an interview with the Wall Street Journal that appeared on Wednesday, Trump made a warning.

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‘Survivor’ Contestant Outed As Transgender During Shocking Tribal Council

“Survivor” contestants have a reputation for double-crossing one another, but one competitor hit a new low when he outed a fellow player as transgender on Wednesday night’s episode. Jeff Varner told his tribe ― and the rest of the world ― that Zeke Smith is transgender during a shocking tribal council in the beloved reality TV show’s 34th season.

Anderson Cooper Left Speechless By Trump’s Latest Comments

President Donald Trump’s latest comments on China and North Korea left CNN host Anderson Cooper momentarily speechless on Wednesday night. The host of ” Anderson Cooper 360″ cited a Wall Street Journal report in which Trump claimed a 10-minute conversation with Chinese President Xi Jinping made him realize that solving the escalating crisis in the Korean Peninsula was ” not so easy.”

Turns Out, A Lot Of People Liked That Kendall Jenner Pepsi Ad

Remember that Kendall Jenner Pepsi ad that was so tone-deaf it hurt? Yeah? Well, apparently, a lot of people actually enjoyed it. The Morning Consult conducted a national online poll of more than 2,000 adults between April 6 and April 9 as a litmus test of the sentiment surrounding the ad, which many felt co-opted protest movements and police-protestor relations to sell a beverage.

Senator Trolls Trump Over Tax Returns With Nuggets-Style Retweet Plea

A senator is taking a page from a teenager’s viral campaign playbook in his ongoing battle to get President Donald Trump to release his tax returns. Sen. nspired by Nevada 16-year-old Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) was seemingly i Carter Wilkerson’s mission to gain 18 million retweets in exchange for a year of free chicken nuggets from Wendy’s.

8-Year-Old Learns How To Drive From YouTube, Takes Sister To McDonald’s

Police in eastern Ohio say an 8-year-old boy drove his 4-year-old sister to a local McDonald’s in their father’s van after learning how to drive by watching YouTube videos. The unidentified youngsters snuck out of their home in East Palestine at 8 p.m. on Sunday after their parents went to sleep.

Pet staffy nearly died after eating five packets of chewing gum toxic to dogs

A naughty dog almost died after eating five packets of chewing gum and collapsing. Coco is lucky to be alive after the Staffordshire bull terrier ate 30 pieces of sugar-free spearmint gum, which contains a sweetener that is toxic to dogs.

Model with ‘Europe’s biggest boobs’ sports ‘crispy’ tan after injections

A busty German glamour model has shocked her fans with a new “extreme tan” that has turned her fair skin to “dark crispy brown” and made her look “African dark” with just three tanning injections.

‘World’s oldest’ porn star, 82, reveals bizarre secret behind his sex drive

An 82-year-old man dubbed “the world’s oldest” porn star has revealed the bizarre secret behind his incredible sex drive . Shigeo Tokuda, who only became an adult entertainer aged around 70, credits his remarkable stamina to eating eggs every day. He says one of his favourite dishes is rice topped with raw egg.

Moment footpath exploded in man’s face after he threw lit cigarette into sewer

This shocking clip captures the dramatic aftermath of a man throwing his cigarette butt down an underground sewer. At the start of the CCTV footage, a smartly dressed man is seen walking up to the hole in the floor. He begins to pour what appears to be a bag of rubble into the crevice.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s century of European goals

Cristiano Ronaldo reached 100 goals in European football after scoring twice against Bayern Munich The Real Madrid star has scored 84 goals since moving to Spain, with 16 coming for Manchester United His first came in 2005, in a qualifying game for the Red Devils against Hungarian side Debrecen Since then he has been unstoppable, with goals coming in two separate final victories Cristiano Ronaldo became the first player to reach a European century after his brace in Munich helped put Real Madrid on course for a place in the last four of the Champions League.

AC Milan finally sold to Chinese group to end months of uncertainty

Protracted £627.5m sale of AC Milan to Chinese group has been completed Chinese groups now own both Milan clubs and media rights in Italian football The deal had been provisionally agreed on August 5 but has now gone through Former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi has finally completed his troubled, protracted sale of AC Milan to a Chinese-led consortium The deal, said to be worth £627.5million, was finalised on Thursday and tightens China’s grip on the game in Italy.

Wayne Rooney’s United career is almost over… so where next?

Wayne Rooney has failed to prove his fitness ahead of Thursday’s game There are just a handful of Manchester United games left this season A summer move away from Old Trafford is deemed likely at this stage Interest remains in China, America and here in England It is understood he will consider a package from boyhood club Everton In the hours and days after the curtain comes down on Manchester United’s season on May 21, Wayne Rooney will have life-changing choices to make.

PFA Player of the Year nominations announced

The nominations for the PFA Player of the Year award have been announced Chelsea duo Eden Hazard and N’Golo Kante have been nominated for the award Alexis Sanchez, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Romelu Lukaku and Harry Kane shortlisted But there is no place for Tottenham’s Dele Alli, or Sunderland’s Jermain Defoe N’Golo Kante and Eden Hazard’s efforts in Chelsea’s Premier League title tilt have been recognised with nominations for the Professional Footballers’ Association Player of the Year award.

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