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How to last longer during sex - the best ways to keep yourself going in bed

If you think you’re not lasting long enough during sex, you may be comforted to know that the average length of penetrative sex is 5.4 minutes, with …

Russia warns Poland not to touch Soviet WW2 memorials

<b>The Russian government has warned Poland that it will face sanctions if it removes monuments glorifying the Soviet victory in World War Two.</b><p>Last month Poland updated its "de-communisation" legislation, banning "totalitarian" symbols, which would include Soviet propaganda monuments.<p>Now Russian …

Former Ethics Director Says Trump Is Causing A 'Crisis;' Calls For Reforms

President Trump's White House has been operating so far outside of this country's traditional ethical "norms" that it's been "a shock to the system," Walter Shaub, former director of the Office of Government Ethics, said Friday.<p>"We are truly in an ethics crisis, and something needs to be done about …

Donald Trump

'She's gone isn't she': What mother of 8-year-old Manchester victim said when she awoke from coma

The father of Saffie Roussos has spoken out about the heartbreak he suffered when he first lost his beloved 8-year-old daughter in the Manchester attack - and then had to break the news to his wife days later when she awoke from a coma.<p>Andrew Roussos told the BBC's Victoria Derbyshire programme …

Ariana Grande

Out of the rubble: Delfin, a coastal minnow, is making history in Ecuador

The streets of Manta, a city on Ecuador's coast, are engulfed by the stench of fish. Fishing and tuna processing are the port town's lifeblood. …

Tunguska Eyewitnesses Describe What It's Like To Live Through A Meteor Strike

109 years ago today, a meteor crossed paths with Earth and blew apart in the air above a remote area of northern Russia, near the Tunguska River, on June 30, 1908.<p>Wind from the blast flattened trees for hundreds of miles, and the shock wave it sent through the ground would have registered a 5.0 on …

Meteorology

Prostitutes speak out against Senate health bill

<b>(CNN) —</b> Adding a voice to the chorus against the Republican-led American Health Care Act is a group not usually heard on protest frontlines: prostitutes.<p>Licensed prostitutes in Nevada, working in legal brothels, are organizing against legislation they say will devastate them, other prostitutes …

The 15 richest billionaire football club owners in England — and how they made their fortunes

But it's not all elusive Russians occupying the upper echelons of the game at the so-called 'big clubs' like Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, and Chelsea.<p>No, there's some surprising names at the top of the money table and not all of them have brought winning ways with their …

Why John Terry Is Chelsea's 'Captain, Leader, Legend'

It's the international break, and again it comes tinged with a hint of regret that John Terry isn't representing England.<p>A recent ankle injury picked up against Swansea City has seen the 35-year-old ruled out of Chelsea's games leading into the internationals, so the chances of him representing the …

Soccer

Sioux Tribe Fighting An Oil Pipeline Now Wait For The Judge

They fear the pipeline will jeopardize drinking water and sacred sites.<p>Construction on a North Dakota section of an oil pipeline opposed by Native Americans and environmentalists is in limbo while a federal judge in Washington, D.C., considers a lawsuit against the project and a local sheriff …

In the future we will be making babies from skin cells, an author predicts

A new book suggests that within just 20 to 40 years, most human reproduction will take place in the lab, rather than the bedroom.<p>Hank Greely, a Stanford professor who teaches law and genetics, writes about this potential brave new world in, "The End of Sex and the Future of Human …

Luminous beauty of Jupiter's auroras revealed by Hubble telescope

Huge non-stop lightshow dwarfs the Earth’s transient polar displays, say Nasa scientists, as they carry out project to observe effects of solars winds<p>Astronomers have used the powerful Hubble space telescope to capture images of the luminous auroras that light up the poles of Jupiter.<p>Jupiter, the …

Astronomy

Scientists Want to Bring Back Woolly Mammoths — But Why?

In a frozen corner of Siberia, far north of where most humans care to live, there is a wildlife refuge where scientists are trying to rebuild an ancient ecosystem that could help slow global warming.<p>The plan depends on cold-resistant animals that graze and trample the tundra as their ancestors did …

Remains of climbing legend Alex Lowe found on Tibetan mountain

The American known as ‘Lungs With Legs’ was climbing the 8,013m Shishapangma in 1999 when he was hit by an avalanche<p>The bodies of a renowned mountaineer and expedition cameraman who were buried in a Himalayan avalanche 16 years ago have been found.<p>The widow of Alex Lowe said in a statement that two …

Mountaineering

A three-way collision of galaxies has given birth to a monstrous black hole

Gases swirling in the center of a galaxy 1.8 billion light-years away were traveling faster than 370 miles per second. That's twice as fast as they would have expected.<p>The mind blowing speed of the gases hints at the existence of something extraordinary: a colossal black hole in the center of the …

John McCain: F-35 is 'a scandal and a tragedy'

<b>Washington (CNN) —</b> Sen. John McCain slammed the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter's troubled history Tuesday, saying it "has been both a scandal and a tragedy with respect to cost, schedule and performance."<p>The development of the Joint Strike Fighter, a fifth-generation stealth jet, has been beset by …

Pluto may have had lakes and flowing rivers once

At a news conference at the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference on Monday, NASA scientists made it clear that we're not even close to being done puzzling out Pluto's weird little secrets. It's been more than eight months since the historic New Horizons flyby gave us an unprecedented look at that …

NASA reveals the most detailed views yet of Ceres' bizarre bright spots

NASA's Dawn spacecraft is finally giving scientists on Earth a truly close up view of the dwarf planet Ceres' distinctive bright spots, and they …

Astronomy

David Cameron boasts of 'brilliant' UK arms exports to Saudi Arabia

David Cameron has boasted of his efforts to help sell “brilliant things” such as Eurofighter Typhoons to Saudi Arabia on the day the European parliament voted for an arms embargo on the country over its bombardment of Yemen.<p>The prime minister talked of the UK government’s role in selling equipment …

Saudi Arabia

Meet Ground Force One, the president's $1.1 million armored bus

The president has no shortage of transit options, from Air Force One and Marine One to Cadillac One. Now meet Ground Force One, the president's armored bus and the most recent edition to the presidential fleet.<p>We've compiled some of Ground Force One's most impressive features:

Secret Service

Air Force: Human error damaged nuclear-armed missile in silo

WASHINGTON (AP) — Errors by three airmen troubleshooting a nuclear missile in its launch silo in 2014 triggered a "mishap" that damaged the missile, …

Queen Elizabeth II owns every dolphin in Britain and doesn't need a driving license — here are the incredible powers you didn't know the monarchy has

Queen Elizabeth II is not like you and me.<p>Did you know she is immune from prosecution? That she has her own personal poet, paid in Sherry wine? Or that she holds dominion over British swans and can fire the entire Australian government?<p>It's true that her role as the British head of state is largely …

5 momentous military events that took place on Christmas Day

Here's a look at some of the major military events that have fallen on Christmas, a date with a surprisingly rich history.<p><b>1776 — George Washington Crosses The Delaware River</b><p>Important events in both of America's most formative wars — the Revolutionary War and the Civil War — took place on …

During World War I enemies stopped fighting and celebrated Christmas together

In the midst of war, soldiers laid down their arms to sing Christmas carols, play soccer, and barter with the cigarettes and sweets they'd received in care packages from the nations they served.<p>The event would later be treated in numerous films, documentaries, and books — although often with …

Stratfor has 11 chilling predictions for what the world will look like in 10 years

While international analysts often try their hand at predicting the major events of the coming year, Stratfor believes that it's identified the major trends of the next 10.<p>In many ways, Stratfor thinks the world a decade from now will be more dangerous place, with US power waning and other …

Tim Peake prepares for blast off to space amid fears over creaking 50 year-old Russian rocket capsule

Britons are closer to walking on the Moon and Mars as Major Tim Peake prepares for lift-off to the International Space Station - but mission is full of risks<p>Britain officially enters the space race today as Major Tim Peake blasts off for the International Space Station in a first step which could …

Space Science

Deaths Confirmed as Small Plane Crashes in Akron, Ohio

A small plane clipped electrical and telephone wires, crossed a busy street and plowed into a residential building Tuesday in Akron, Ohio, before igniting in flames, authorities said. An undetermined number of people in the plane were killed, but everybody on the ground was safe.<p>State Highway …

Mammoth tusk unearthed in Idaho sparking hunt for full skeleton

12-foot Columbian mammoth tusk found in Idaho<p>A 12-foot Columbian mammoth tusk has been unearthed in Idaho and scientists say more of the fossil skeleton might still be buried at the site.<p>Researchers say the large herbivore lived 72,000 to 200,000 years ago and was about 16 to 19 when it died. Its …

Skies are blue on Pluto, New Horizons finds

Pluto may be a strange, faraway world, but scientists have learned it shares a familiar trait with Earth -- a blue sky.<p>The first color images of a thin haze that surrounds Pluto show it to be reflecting a pale blue light, scientists working on NASA's New Horizons mission said Thursday.<p>"Who would …

Solar System