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  • Amber Rose and Val Chmerkovskiy Hold Hands in Los Angeles

    Amber Rose and Dancing with the Stars‘s latest champ were spotted holding hands as they walked to Delilah in Los Angeles on Friday night. Rose, 33, was all smiles in a black velvet romper and knee-high boots, while the younger Chmerkovskiy brother, 30, sported an all-black ensemble.

    People
  • That Viral Video of a Man Punching a Kangaroo Actually Has a Sad Backstory

    Video of an Australian man boxing a kangaroo to save his dog went viral last week, but there is more to the story than meets the eye. Greig Tonkins and his pals were on a boar hunting trip with their friend Kailem Barwick, a 19-year-old who was diagnosed with terminal cancer, hoping to catch an elusive "tonner"—a wild boar that weighs more than 100 kilograms (around 220 pounds), the Daily Mail reported. This Guy Punched a Kangaroo In Face to Save a Dog During the trip, one of the dogs ran into a kangaroo while chasing a scent. Tonkins quickly ran to the dog's aide and intervened, first distracting the kangaroo and causing it to release the dog from a headlock. Thankfully the dog was wearing protective

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  • South Dakota State scores touchdown on fantastic trick play where they hide the runner with the ball

    South Dakota State took an early 7-0 lead on North Dakota State on Saturday with one of the more...

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  • San Jose teacher booked on charges of felony sexual assault with minor

    A San Jose high school community is in shock this morning, over the arrest of one of their teachers. Police accuse her of luring a student into a sexual relationship.

    KGO – San Francisco
  • Inside Kirk Douglas' 100th Birthday Bash

    Kirk Douglas celebrated a milestone birthday in style. The actor turned 100 years old Friday and feted the occasion with members of his famous family and friends at the Beverly Hills Hotel in California. Douglas' son, Michael, and daughter-in-law Catherine Zeta-Jones, were at the glamorous affair with their children, Dylan Michael and Carys Zeta.

    Good Morning America
  • Ask Amy: Ex-husband wants to issue STD warning

    Dear Amy: My wife of more than 40 years and I had a mutual parting of ways five years ago. Though we went our separate ways, we harbor no searing animosity toward each other and we regularly talk in civil and polite tones. My former wife thought I was going in the wrong direction, but I quickly made an effort to meet a new woman through online dating. I was successful in that venture. My ex joined many different clubs and organizations and eventually fell in with a man whose company she enjoys. Happy ending? I wish. I was happy for my ex, but women I met online told me that this guy continues to occupy a spot in the online dating scene, messaging women about his availability. It is not my business,

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  • ‘Big Bang Theory’ Stars Jim Parsons, Kaley Cuoco Pay Tribute To Simon Helberg

    Simon Helberg is celebrating his 36th birthday today, and his co-stars have shared sweet messages for him on Instagram.

    International Business Times
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  • Prices for the original iPhone keep getting more and more absurd

    If you happen to have an iPhone 2G laying around, you might be sitting on a nice little payday, especially if you somehow never bothered to take it out of the box. Prices for the original grandaddy of Apple smartphones have steadily climbed over the years, but it's starting to get a little bit crazy. Like many Apple products, pristine examples of old models are often sought for their collectors value, even if the device itself is painfully obsolete. The iPhone is no exception. In fact, it might be the best example yet of just how crazy collector's are willing to go for a boxed, sealed Apple gadget from yesteryear. Sealed in shiny glass cases and wrapped in red ribbons, the last remaining new-in-box original iPhones are selling for thousands upon thousands of dollars, with seemingly no ceiling in sight. The "cheaper" examples are typically mint condition phones in opened boxes, and sell for a few thousand dollars, but don't expect to score a still-wrapped iPhone 2G for less than about $8,000. If you want the top-of-the-line, "display worthy" examples you can plan on a total of $15,000 or more. And no, these aren't just the listed prices for the phones; these are the prices that people are actually paying for the phones, as shown by eBay's completed listings filter. What exactly a person would do with a never-opened original iPhone that they paid $15,000 or more for remains a mystery. Perhaps it looks nice above the fireplace, or maybe it's just a really fancy paperweight. Whatever the reason, people with money to burn clearly love old iPhones.

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  • Stanford University band suspended after being accused of 'systemic cultural problem'

    “Nothing more will be accomplished without extreme consequences,” a Stanford Organization Conduct Board panel concluded, finding that the band has failed to reform even after a probation period of more than a year. The Stanford band has been infamous since the 1960s and has been suspended before — in 1986, for urinating on the field, and in 2006, after being accused of trashing the trailer that had been its home. In the spring of 2015, Stanford barred the band from performing at away athletic events after finding it had violated university rules on alcohol, controlled substances, hazing and sexual harassment. “We are concerned about the risk and liability to the university community, and to Stanford’s reputation, if Band’s conduct and behaviors continue,” the panel wrote.

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  • Stars Over 90, Then & Now (9 photos)

    Kirk Douglas turned 100 Friday. The iconic actor is one of the celebrities who's been navigating Hollywood for almost a century. That's a pretty incredible feat, and one worth celebrating — let's take a look at some the other stars who're still in the game at 90 and up.

    People
  • South Dakota State ran the craziest trick play at the goal line and scored

    North Dakota State has won five straight FCS championships, so it’s going to take some extra effort from South Dakota State to knock the Bison off. Perhaps that was in the back of Jackrabbits’ coaches’ minds when the offense pulled off this incredible trick play on a first-and-goal early in their playoff game: Wow. From another angle in GIF form: That is some sneaky stuff right there. They basically hid a short runner who knelt behind the line, quietly waited a few seconds after the snap and let him run as the defense bit on the fake quarterback run the other way. See? I told you FCS football is awesome.

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  • Russia intervened to help Trump win election: intelligence officials

    By John Walcott WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. intelligence analysts have concluded that Russia intervened in the 2016 election to help President-elect Donald Trump win the White House, and not just to undermine confidence in the U.S. electoral system, a senior U.S. official said on Friday. U.S. intelligence agencies have assessed that as the 2016 presidential campaign progressed, Russian government officials devoted increasing attention to assisting Trump's effort to win the election, the U.S. official familiar with the finding told Reuters on Friday night, speaking on condition of anonymity. The president-elect's transition office released a statement that exaggerated his margin of victory and attacked the U.S. intelligence community that Trump will soon command, but did not address the analysts' conclusion.

    Reuters
  • Kirk Douglas Turns 100 — With Help From Son Michael and Catherine Zeta-Jones

    The Spartacus star, who was given an honorary Academy Award in 1996 for his many accomplishments in the movie biz, hasn’t made public appearances in the past few years, and although he’s not on social media himself, he’s getting birthday wishes from his nearest and dearest. Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones, of course, led the charge, paying tribute to “Dad” and “Pappy” — with the actress posting an especially cute video featuring Kirk the Dancing King.

    Yahoo Celebrity
  • Microsoft is serving up Windows 10 tablets for $49 and $59, but only on Friday

    As part of Microsoft's 12 Days of Deals, Microsoft has slashed the prices of Windows 10 tablets and 2-in-1 PCs. This particular sale is for Friday only, offering two tablets with $49 and $60 price tags, and 2-in-1 PCs starting at $179.

    Digital Trends
  • Princess Charlotte to Take on the Role of Flower Girl in May

    The details about Pippa Middleton's wedding are here!

    Elle
  • These pics of Nina Dobrev dressed in silver will finally convince you to give body suits a chance

    We’re all about trying new trends, but one that has us a little hesitant is that one-piece body suit trend. We get…

    Hello Giggles
  • Danny Espinosa traded to Angels hours after skipping Nationals WinterFest

    Veteran infielder Danny Espinosa took a stand on Saturday, electing to skip the team’s annual WinterFest event in protest of his assumed role with the team. Hours later, general manager Mike Rizzo took a stand of his own, sending Espinosa to the Los Angeles Angels in exchange for right-handed pitchers Kyle McGowin and Austin Adams. It honestly took a few minutes for the news to sink in, as many were still digesting the news of Espinosa’s discontent.

    Big League Stew
  • The Obamas Couldn't Look More Glam in Final White House Holiday Card

    Happy holidays from the Obama family, to yours. President Barack, First Lady Michelle, and their daughters Malia, and Sasha Obama all look as stunning as ever on their 2016 Christmas card, sent out to a lucky few million around the United States. The photo was taken at the Obamas' first state dinner as a whole family--Sasha and Malia had yet to attend one of the black tie events--back in March of this year. If you didn't receive a card in the mail (don't worry, neither did we), never fear,

    InStyle
  • 7 Things That Will Hide Your Holiday Party Sins (8 photos)

    Because no one needs to know. From Marie Claire

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