Dog goes crazy for owner coming home

WATCH: Dog's joy at military owner's return

When this German Shepherd's best friend came home from the military, he couldn't control his happiness.

  • Beauty queen's answer leaves audience dumbfounded

    The logic of a beauty pageant contestant has left audiences dumbfounded yet again, after a Miss Bolivia hopeful gave a nonsensical answer to an interview question. While they’re not exactly known for their eloquent and articulate nature, audiences were still shocked by Miss Giovanna Salazar's gaffe. Miss Salazar took to her Facebook page to defend herself, after her incredibly brief answer started to go viral on social media.

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  • Get ready to relive the 2008 crisis: Albert Edwards

    Central banks in the Western world have set the scene for an "even bigger version" of the 2007-2008 global financial crisis, Societe Generale's bearish strategist Albert Edwards has claimed. In a research note on Thursday, Edwards said that China's intervention to stabilize its volatile stock market was part of a larger global story, in which "rock bottom" interest rates and large fiscal deficits in the western world were pushing the global economy towards a fall. "QE (quantitative easing) will be stepped up to such a pace that you will hear the roar of the printing presses from Mars," Edwards said.

  • Julia Roberts’ marriage ‘on the rocks’

    Julia Roberts’ relationship is reportedly on the rocks.The 47-year-old beauty has been married to cinematographer Daniel Moder since 2002 but he is said to have “had enough” of the star.A source told US’ OK! magazine: “Danny just doesn’t feel like they

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  • Girls scam ISIS for travel money

    If you’re low on funds for that big vacation, you could always ask to borrow some, run a Kickstarter campaign … or swindle a couple of Islamic State recruiters. It may not be the safest way to make money, but that’s what three young women from Chechnya, a Russian republic in southeastern Europe, did. The Islamic State often targets Muslim communities like Chechnya’s to recruit people who are willing to inflict individual acts of terrorism on their own soil.

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  • Michael Jordan loses China trademark suit: report

    A Beijing court has dismissed a trademark case brought by US basketball superstar Michael Jordan against a company using a similar name and logo to his Nike-produced brand, a report said. The former Chicago Bull is arguably the most popular international basketball star in China and is known in the country as "Qiaodan", a Chinese version of his name. As well as the name, Qiaodan's products carry a silhouette of a leaping basketball player resembling the "Jumpman" logo used by US sporting goods giant Nike to promote its Air Jordan brand.

  • Ghostly figure watches group from window

    A group of friends were left unnerved after photographs revealed a ghostly figure watching them from a window. Natasha Oliver, 22, from the UK, realised someone was watching them from the open window of a nearby building site when she looked back on her digital photos. Ms Oliver posted the spooky photos, which were taken in the historic market town of Wem, on Facebook recently.

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  • Australian seated beside overweight passenger sues Etihad

    Etihad Airways said Friday that it will continue to fight a lawsuit by a passenger who says he was left with back pain because he was seated beside an overweight man on a 14-hour flight from the United Arab Emirates to Sydney. James Bassos, of Brisbane, is suing the Abu Dhabi-based airline in the Queensland state District Court over a permanent back injury he says he suffered while trying to avoid his fellow passenger on the 2011 flight. The 38-year-old interior designer is claiming $227,000 Australian dollars ($166,000) for medical expenses and lost earnings.

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  • Perth housing and unit prices slump

    Perth's median house price has fallen by $20,000 in the June quarter - the largest drop in two years. The Real Estate Institute of Western Australia said the metropolitan median house price dropped from $550,000 to $530,000 while the cost of units, apartments, villas and townhouses fell from $440,000 to $420,000. REIWA president David Airey said it was a similar story in the regions with the median house price dropping by $10,000 to $380,000 and the median apartment price dipping by about $4500 to $325,000.

  • Missing teen jogger found alive in mysterious circumstances

    A teen girl who went missing while jogging has been found in mysterious circumstances. Cameron Baud has the story.

  • Al Pacino urges daughter to drop surname

    Al Pacino wants his daughter to change her surname. The 'Scarface' actor also has 14-year-old twins Anton James and Olivia Rose with actress Beverly D'Angelo, but the pair have been given their mother's family name.

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  • Boy asks mailman for junk mail to read, mailman does one better

    It’s not every day that you hear about somebody actually wanting junk mail. To many, the endless restaurant menus and flyers are the definition of annoying, but to 12-year-old Mathew Flores, they’re the only source of reading material he has. One day while Ron Lynch, the local mailman, was delivering mail to an apartment complex, he came across Flores reading ads.

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  • Bin Laden relatives reportedly killed in private jet crash

    A private jet crashed in southern England on Friday, killing four people on board, a spokesman for Britain's Hampshire police service said, and Saudi and British media said the passengers were relatives of deceased al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden. The Saudi Ambassador to Britain, Prince Mohammed bin Nawaf Al Saud, offered condolences on the embassy's official Twitter account to the bin Laden family, a prominent Saudi Arabia clan with vast business interests. "His royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Nawaf bin Abdul Aziz, the ambassador of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques to the United Kingdom, offered his condolences to the sons of the late Mohammed bin Laden and their relations for the grave incident of the crash of the plane carrying members of the family at Balckbushe airport," he said in the tweet.

  • Fanning encounters a shark on his return to the surf

    Just weeks after surviving his encounter with a shark in South Africa, Mick Fanning returned to the water for the first time, only to cross paths with another shark. Surfing on the northern NSW coast, Fanning was chased out of the water by the shark, forcing him to leap back onto the jet ski before returning to the shore before recounting exactly what he saw. "There was a fin, there he is," Fanning told 60 Minutes as he pointed out to the surf.

  • 'Deal with it yourself': Teen dies after 911 operator 'hangs up'

    A 911 operator in the United States has been reassigned after he allegedly told a woman to 'deal with it yourself' and hung up on her as she tried to save her dying friend. The woman called emergency services after 17-year-old Jaydon Chavez-Silver was shot during a house party in Albuquerque. In a shocking audio recording released on Tuesday, the distraught woman can be heard trying to keep Chavez-Silver alive while on the phone to 911 operator, Matthew Sanchez.

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  • Myer to dump 100 brands

    Myer is dumping 100 brands to make way for new ones, including Calvin Klein White Label. The department store chain declined to name which labels it will be dropping but said the cull was happening across women's and men's apparel, children's wear, homewares and footwear. It has also announced a surprised spring clearance sale to clear the decks for new brands, including Jack & Jones, Aje, Daniel Avakian, Oscar de la Renta, and Zadig et Voltaire.

  • Russia to upgrade air defense missiles intended for Iran

    A Kremlin official says that Russia is working to upgrade air defense missiles intended for Iran. Vladimir Kozhin, a presidential adviser for arms trade, said Thursday according to the RIA Novosti news agency that the S-300 air defense missile systems are to undergo an upgrade before being delivered to Iran, since the original contract was signed a long time ago. Russia in 2010 froze a deal to supply S-300 missile systems to Iran, linking the decision to U.N. sanctions.

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  • What a can of Coke does to you in one hour (5 photos)

    A new infographic has revealed the scary effects of one can of the soft drink

  • MH370: Officials confirm debris belongs to Boeing 777

    A Malaysian official has confirmed debris found in the Indian Ocean is from a Boeing 777 that could belong to missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. "From the part number, it is confirmed that it is from a Boeing 777 aircraft. This information is from MAS (Malaysia Airlines).

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  • Wheelchair-bound man robbed after casino win

    A wheelchair-bound man with a brain injury has been robbed after winning at a Melbourne casino. The man was gambling at Crown Casino on May 7 and he left in the early hours of the morning after having a win, police said on Friday. Investigators believe the man was not able to fight her off as he has an acquired brain injury and a speech impediment.

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  • Britain's Prince Charles branded 'serial hypocrite'

    Britain's Prince Charles has been branded a "serial hypocrite" for flying 70 miles in a helicopter. The 66-year-old royal was taken by air to a polo match last weekend, 68 miles away from his retreat in Highgrove, Gloucestershire, before being driven to Guards Polo Club. Graham Smith, head of pressure group Republic told The Independent newspaper: "Charles is a serial hypocrite.

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