Yacedrah Williams realized her mistake as the nail glue was about to hit her eye.
The friends ended up in hospital after injecting one another with an entire tube of cream.
The volcano at the Geldingadalir valley has been erupting for almost two weeks.
Hager's partner Brittanie Lynn paid tribute to her in a video, writing: "Rest easy my love."
Barbara Higgins from New Hampshire said she was "exhausted" after becoming one of the oldest mothers in the U.S.
The time-lapse clip shows the phenomenon happening over Lake Wissota.
Posts with the "#97percent" hashtag were viewed over 23 million times on the popular social media platform.
The quake struck at around 11:14 p.m., according to the United States Geological Survey.
The Duchess of Sussex said she "didn't want to be alive anymore" in an interview with Oprah Winfrey.
To mark International Women's Day, we take a look at a handful of female scientists who have made the world a better place.
Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene has used a sign outside her office to claim there are only two genders, male and female.
Snake catcher Luke Huntley said he was "lucky" to have seen the reptile in a beach town in Queensland, Australia.
Over 70 percent of the U.S. was covered in snow on Thursday.
The outbreak is moving in the right direction, but experts told Newsweek they fear progress could be jeopardized by complacency and new variants.
The agency has updated its advice on face coverings amid the spread of new COVID variants.
The app said it would give existing users and "anyone else who signs up this week" a $10 credit after "offensive messages" were sent in an apparent hack.
The retailers are taking part in the biggest immunization effort in U.S. history.
A father and son had to swim for over half an hour to reach safety after their vessel was repeatedly flipped over by a shark.
The tweets marked the latest chapter in the tongue-in-cheek relationship between SpaceX and Tesla CEO the cryptocurrency created as a joke in 2013.
CDC director Rochelle Walensky said "increasing data" suggests B.1.1.7 may cause more deaths than past forms of the virus.
With new forms of COVID from the U.K. and South Africa spreading around the world, we look at the differences between these scientific terms.
The attack comes less than a week after a crocodile bit a man's head in the same Australian state.
Tributes have poured in for 19-year-old Isaiah Mays who "took life by the horns" and was close to gaining his high school diploma.
The retailer is offering vaccines to eligible individuals in select locations.
The woman doubled the size of her family overnight.
President Biden's chief medical adviser said COVID cases are plateauing but were still high.
It is hoped the tiny, malnourished pup will recover and be released into the sea.
The messaging platform temporarily took down the server used by the Reddit community of amateur investors that is shaking up Wall Street by rallying behind companies such as GameStop.
Experts told Newsweek it is too early to say the U.S. is turning a corner, after it repeatedly broke records for diagnoses, deaths, and hospitalizations in recent months.
Trillions of the bugs are due to emerge in parts of the country this spring.