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  • Breakfast Doesn't Get Better Than The Pioneer Woman's Go-To Egg Sandwich

    The Pioneer Woman's breakfast sandwich isn't topped with bacon and cheddar like your standard sammy. Instead, you'll need to start with Ree's scrambled eggs, cooked to soft curds and made velvety with the addition of half-and-half. She likes to serve the eggs on rye toast (it offers a deep, roasted flavor). But wait! There's a secret ingredient you must slather onto the toast first: dijon mustard. While that may sound strange at first, it makes perfect sense. After all, dijon almost always makes an appearance in deviled eggs. The tart acidity balances out the richness of the eggs. Ree garnishes the open-faced sandwich with some chives and says the only thing that could improve the sandwich is

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  • 27 players left college early and fell out of the 2017 NFL draft. Why scold them?

    It happens at every NFL draft and happened again this year. More than a couple of players left collegiate eligibility on the table to declare for the draft, and then they didn’t get drafted. This year’s draft had 95 players with “special eligibility” and eight more who left their college teams early after graduating, and now the Associated Press’s Ralph Russo has the count at 27 undrafted underclassmen.

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  • White House Correspondents Dinner host blasts Trump, despite being asked not to

    How do you hold the White House Correspondents Dinner, a long-running tradition of roasting the president, when the president is so famously bad at taking a joke?

    The Independent
  • Trump speaks at NRA meeting and more: April 28 in photos (22 photos)

    President Trump arrives to speak at the National Rifle Association Leadership Conference in Atlanta. The Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force destroyers JS Samidare and JS Ashigara, along with the U.S. Navy Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyers USS Wayne E. Meyer and USS Michael Murphy, the Ticonderoga-class guided missile cruiser USS Lake Champlain and the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson, transit the Philippine Sea. And Pope Francis meets with Ahmed al-Tayeb, the grand imam of al-Azhar, during an international peace conference at Cairo, Egypt. These are just a few of the photos of the day for April 28, 2017. See more news-related photo galleries and follow us on Yahoo News Photo Tumblr .

    Yahoo News Photo Staff
  • Dear Abby: I give up — Mom will always be mad at me

    DEAR ABBY: Six years ago, not long after I announced to my family that I was going to be married, my parents decided to divorce because Dad had been cheating on Mom. Because I allowed him to walk me down the aisle, she didn’t attend my wedding. I was extremely hurt by it, but decided to forgive and forget. Unfortunately, my mother could not do that. For the last six years, she has ignored my phone calls and text messages. I have sent cards and gifts for birthdays, Christmas and Mother’s Day and received no acknowledgment (although she does generally send me a generic birthday or Christmas card). We were very close before all this started, and I have tried reaching out to her in every way I know

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  • Jared Kushner Just Took His Trump Obsession to a New Level

    This can't be a good sign. People don't know much about Jared Kushner other than a few basic facts. For instance, we know that he is married to Ivanka Trump, that he is Jewish, that he currently has a hilarious (and terrifying) amount of White House jobs, and that he was something of a Donald Trump fanboy even before he ever met the guy. This lead to him breaking into the real estate business himself and making high-profile "big deals," for example the purchase of the building at 666 Fifth Avenue that many have noted is currently under a tower of debt larger than the building itself. Like father, like son, amirite? But Jared Kushner now seems to have taken this infatuation with his father-in-law

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  • Bills fire general manager Doug Whaley one day after draft

    The Buffalo Bills are starting over in their front office.

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  • Kim Kardashian Busts Scott Disick Hiding A Woman In Dubai

    Kim Kardashian is going to confront Scott Disick for hiding a woman at their Dubai hotel in the upcoming episode of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.”

    International Business Times
  • CNN panelists clash over Trump speech

    (CNN)Sparks flew Saturday evening on a CNN "Newsroom" panel as contributors clashed over President Trump's accomplishments in the first 100 days and over remarks he had just delivered at a rally in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Moments later, Republican strategist Paris Dennard took issue with Begala's remarks, offering criticism of the media class's overall treatment of Trump. "Paul ... listen.

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  • Michelle Obama reveals why she held back tears at Trump's inauguration

    Former First Lady Michelle Obama has revealed the reason behind her now-infamous “side-eye” during Donald Trump’s inauguration: She was holding back tears. “I didn’t want to have tears in my eyes because people would swear I was crying because of the new president,” Ms Obama told an audience at the American Institute of Architects convention in Orlando. In her first speech since Mr Trump took office, Ms Obama said she had grown emotional at the thought of leaving her White House staff.

    The Independent
  • Joshua-Klitschko classic was the kick up the backside heavyweight boxing needed

    Liam Happe was blown away by Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko's physical and emotional battle for the ages at Wembley on Saturday.

    Yahoo Sport UK
  • Chinese paper mocks North Korea's tech prowess after failed ballistic missile launch

    A semi-official Chinese paper is knocking Pyongyang's tech prowess after its communist neighbor's failed test missile launch.

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  • Head Transplants: Sergio Canavero Says First Patient Will Be Chinese National, Not Valery Spiridonov

    Italian neurosurgeon Sergio Canavero has announced further details about the plan to carry out the world’s first head transplant surgery. In a turn of events, the operation will no longer be performed on Valery Spiridonov, a Russian man suffering from the muscle-wasting Werdnig-Hoffman's disease, with whom Canavero has been working for almost two years.

    Newsweek
  • White House Correspondents' Dinner: How Did They Handle 'The Elephant Not in the Room'? Plus: Top Zingers!

    President Donald Trump was out of sight but far from out of mind at this year’s White House Correspondents Association Dinner, broadcast on CSPAN. Trump announced two months ago that he would be skipping the annual fete, where the sitting POTUS not only withstands any zingers directed his way, but then takes the podium to […]

    TVLine.com
  • 2 children, 2 adults killed in Victorville crash

    Two small children and two adults were killed in a multi-vehicle crash in Victorville Friday night, according to San Bernardino County sheriff's officials.

    KABC – Los Angeles
  • Alex Rodriguez Shares Sweet Photos from Daughter Ella's Birthday Party

    The baseball star and his daughters spent time in the Dominican Republic with Jennifer Lopez and her kids earlier this month.

    Entertainment Tonight
  • 'Horrifying' death of fourth man executed in Arkansas leads to demands for inquiry

    The execution of Kenneth Williams in the US state of Arkansas on Thursday (27 April) has stirred a controversy after his lawyers called for an inquiry alleging that the lethal injection procedure was "horrifying". Media persons who witnessed the procedure said that the convicted murderer coughed, trembled, lurched and jerked about 15 times after he received the first of three lethal injections. Williams' last words were "I humbly extend my apologies to those families I have senselessly wronged".

    International Business Times