FIVE genes may determine what kind of face you have, a study has found.
The research could lead to ways of producing police "mugshots" from DNA traces at crime scenes, experts believe.
Scientists used magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans and portrait photographs to map facial features.
These were then matched against DNA variants in almost 10,000 individuals.
The study identified five regions of the genetic code associated with different facial shapes.
FBI hold man on hacking link
A US man linked to the worldwide hacking group Anonymous has been detained by the FBI over accusations that he threatened a federal agent.
Barrett Brown (31) was arrested and booked into the Dallas County jail. He was then transferred into FBI custody.
Brown's attorney, Jay Leiderman, said he expected Brown to be charged with making threats to a federal agent. Leiderman said the accusations are connected to YouTube videos Brown posted in recent days.
New virus case at national park
Officials say a visitor to Yosemite National Park has recovered after becoming the ninth person diagnosed with a deadly rodent-borne illness, which has has been blamed for three deaths linked to the California attraction.
The California resident stayed in the park's historic Curry Village.
The disease is carried in the faeces, urine and saliva of deer mice and other rodents, and carried on airborne particles and dust. Infected people usually have flu-like symptoms.
VIPs to open hotel to public
TV stars Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer will turn their attention to the hotel business instead of homes in a new Channel 4 show.
Gordon Ramsay and Mary Portas will manage Hotel GB, which will open its doors to the public.
Gok Wan will run the bar, Allsopp is concierge and Spencer has been hired as maitre d'.