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  • Kourtney Kardashian Gets Caught Napping in Sexy Underboob-Baring Bikini

    The mother of three showed off her fit physique in a revealing swimsuit snap. See it here.

    InStyle
  • Dude teases a lion and gets a healthy dose of instant karma

    It's probably not a good idea to tease things that are perfectly capable of eating you. A man spotted an Asiatic lion in the Gir Forest National Park in India and got a little too wrapped up in watching the king of the jungle. In the clip, released in September of 2016, the man drives just a few feet away from a lion walking alongside the road. He's filming the whole thing, with his window down, no less.  After teasing the lion with his car for a bit, the lion stops, stares at the man and lets out the tiniest, yet powerful roar. While the lion's actions were small, it was enough to freak out the man. He quickly rolled up his window and let out a shriek that seems to say, "OMG I'm I almost just

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  • Here are the biggest names that have been let go by ESPN in its latest round of layoffs

    ESPN announced its latest round of layoffs on Wednesday morning — 100 employees are expected to...

    Business Insider
  • US veteran charged with killing PTSD 'therapy dog' as boyfriend filmed her

    A US Army veteran and her boyfriend have been charged with tying her 'therapy dog' to a tree and shooting it five times in the head while filming the horrific killing. Marinna Rollins, 23, and Jarren Heng, 25, were arrested in Fayetteville, North Carolina, and have both been charged with cruelty to animals and conspiracy, arrest documents said. Footage of the brutal killing emerged on Facebook showing the white pit bull tied to a tree in a wooded area.

    International Business Times
  • One scientist believes signs of ancient alien technology exist

    A college professor thinks aliens were here billions of years before humans. Josh King has the story (@abridgetoland).

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  • In pictures: North Korea carries out massive military test in show of might (14 photos)

    North Korea has conducted what it has called its largest ever combined live-fire drill in an incredible display of power . Hundreds of tanks massed on the coast for the exercise, which involved the firing of more than 300 large-calibre artillery pieces and included submarine torpedo-attacks on mock enemy warships. The secretive state’s official media reported that leader Kim Jong-Un personally observed the show of might. Tensions have been simmering in the region as the relationship between Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump deteriorates. The latest military exercise, celebrating the the anniversary of the founding of the North Korean army, is a stark reminder of the damage North Korea could inflict on neighbouring South Korea. It had been suggested that Kim Jong-un would use the occasion to carry out the country’s sixth nuclear test. MORE: Chernobyl disaster: The nuclear ghost town 31 years later MORE: Pictures of the week: Sunrises, soldiers and sumo wrestlers

    Yahoo News UK
  • Missing Man`s Body Found Encased in Concrete

    Police say the body of a Missouri man who had reportedly walked away from an assisted living center was found in a shipping container filled with cement.

    Tribune
  • Jeff Goldblum joined the “Jurassic World” sequel, and everyone on the internet made the same “Jurassic Park” joke

    In full disclosure, when I first heard that Jeff Goldblum would be joining the Jurassic World sequel, reprising his role as Dr. Ian…

    Hello Giggles
  • Ohio Woman Found Captive in Shallow Pit Beneath Shed in Neighbor's Backyard: Police

    Ohio Man Allegedly Kidnapped Neighbor, Put Her in Pit

    People
  • Erin Moran's Husband Releases a Heartbreaking Statement About How She Died

    She passed away at home, holding her husband's hand.

    Country Living
  • 'President Trump' crashes Trevor Noah's 'Daily Show,' and they go at each other

    On Tuesday night's "The Daily Show," an impersonator of President Donald Trump, Anthony...

    Business Insider
  • Colin Cowherd: This ‘awful’ day is only the beginning for ESPN

    Colin Cowherd claims he saw this ESPN doomsday coming years ago. The longtime ESPN voice, who now spouts his opinions on Fox Sports, said he was not surprised by ESPN’s decision to lay off about 100 employees Wednesday after he witnessed the Worldwide Leader jump at billion-dollar TV deals at a time when the TV business was on the decline. Cowherd retroactively pointed to the nine-year, $24 billion contract ESPN inked with the NBA in 2014, when Cowherd still resided in Bristol, as an example of the financially alarming trend in his eyes. “I told my producers, ‘Fellas, it’ll never be the same here,’” he said Wednesday on CBS’ “Bull & Fox” show. “You cannot pay four times for the house [more] than

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  • Man Sues R. Kelly Over Alleged Affair With Wife, Claims Singer Gave Her Chlamydia

    Kenny Bryant, a deputy sheriff from Hinds County, Miss., says he suffered “emotional, psychological and financial loss” due to the actions of Kelly.

    Yahoo Celebrity
  • New Video Shows United Passenger Before Dragging Incident

    A security officer asserted that Dr. David Dao "refused to leave" his seat and "folded his arms tightly,” but his attorney calls the description “utter nonsense.”

    Yahoo View
  • Rabbit set to be world's biggest dies on United Airlines flight in fresh PR disaster

    United Airlines has confirmed they are investigating reports that a giant rabbit died while travelling to Chicago on one of its transatlantic flight. Simon, a three-foot continental rabbit, was reportedly travelling from Heathrow to Chicago’s O’Hare Airport after the 10-month old bunny was purchased by a celebrity owner. ‘The client who bought Simon is very famous.

    Yahoo News UK
  • Ancient people left a frightening message for us, and scientists just found it

    10,000 years from now (assuming humans haven't been wiped out by a plague, space rock, or our own destructive tendencies), it'll probably be fairly easy for the average person to research what life was like in 2017. For us here today, finding out what life was like in 11,000BC is much more challenging, but by studying ancient stone carvings and pairing the somewhat confusing messages with archeological data, researchers believe they've discovered concrete evidence of an apocalyptic event that may have altered the future of mankind: a comet strike. The study, performed by a team of researchers from the University of Edinburgh ( PDF ), suggests that a potentially cataclysmic comet strike rapidly and dramatically altered the Earth's climate for hundreds of years, sending humanity into a mini ice age with nearly glacial conditions. The time period when this occurred is known as the Younger Dryas, and has been well documented thanks to ample evidence of the cooling found in core samples, but its cause has been theorized and debated for a long while. Now, thanks to stone carvings left by ancient people in modern day Turkey, researchers believe that a comet was the culprit. The carvings are remarkably preserved and appear to have been created to document an apocalyptic event which devastated the land. Figures depicted in the carvings, including apparently deceased, headless human bodies and other wildlife, were made at around the time the Younger Dryas began, suggesting that the event archived in stone could have been the same one that caused the thousand-year cold snap. The carvings were found at what is considered to be one of the oldest and most important temple sites on the planet, and for the images to appear there suggests that they have enormous historical significance. The Younger Dryas is often credited with pushing ancient humans to band together out of pure necessity, forming the foundation of modern agriculture and other huge advancements in civilization. The idea that a comet may have been responsible for pushing humanity forward is an extremely interesting, and potentially frightening possibility. The findings are far from an iron clad confirmation, but the timing matches up shockingly well, and would have to be a fantastic coincidence if the two events are actually unrelated.

    BGR News
  • An exemption for Congress roils Republicans’ latest health care effort

    Wednesday night, text leaked of a new Republican amendment to the party’s health care bill, the American Health Care Act, which was part of an ongoing effort to revive the bill in the House. Health law expert Tim Jost called me when he noticed something surprising on the sixth page of the amendment: an exemption for the health insurance of legislators and their staff. Twelve hours later, Republican legislators appear to be split — but not over the exemption policy itself.

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  • How a Mom's Fitbit Led Police to Charge Her Husband with Her Murder

    How a Mom's Fitbit Led Police to Charge Her Husband with Her Murder

    People
  • Did Russell Westbrook really block a teammates shot to get ball back during Game 5?

    I would argue that this was just Westbrook being uber aggressive — the only way he ever plays.

    NBC Sports