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  • Kelly Clarkson Reveals the One 'American Idol' Competitor That Could Have Beat Her

    The 34-year-old singer makes an admission to Harry Connick Jr.

    Entertainment Tonight
  • This photo of a dog with a mouthful of ladybugs is freaking out pet owners

    The photo that Kansas veterinarian Lindsay Mitchell posted to Facebook looked so unreal and disturbing that some who saw it went right to the hoax-busting website Snopes to verify it. But that didn’t stop the photo from being shared more than 53,000 times since it went up last week. Mitchell, of Hoisington, Kan., posted a graphic picture of a dog with a mouthful of Asian lady beetles. Ladybugs aren’t so cute when 30 to 40 of them are stuck to the roof of a dog’s mouth. “This is the second pup I have seen like this today. If your pet is drooling or foaming at the mouth look for these lady bugs. They cause ulcers on the tongue and mouth and have a very painful bite,” she wrote on the Hoisington

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  • Eric Garner's daughter rips Clinton camp over latest emails

    Emails reveal campaign considered using Garner's death to push agenda

    FOX News Videos
  • 'I messed up' – man shot girlfriend in head after rejected marriage proposal say police

    A man from Indiana shot and killed his girlfriend just moments after she rejected his marriage proposal, police have said. Jason Eaton, 43, allegedly told officers he approached girlfriend Wendy Sabatini with an engagement ring in the bedroom of her house in Greensburg, south-east of Indianapolis. Eaton then grabbed a gun from a nightstand and shot the mother-of-two in the back of the head, police said.

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  • Charlize Theron: I Am Very Fat Right Now

    "When I went home to speak at the opening of the International AIDS conference [in July], I stood in front of an audience of thousands and made a plea to end the deadly stigma and discrimination that puts the burden of AIDS on the world's most vulnerable people," Theron said. "I argued that we should focus on the ones that are hardest to reach, the poor, young people, women, girls, gay and transgender people—the people bearing the brunt of the epidemic. "It wasn't long after I gave this speech talking about how we couldn't forget the most vulnerable among us that I realized I had forgotten someone," she continued. "I had forgotten to mention sex workers, some of the most stigmatized people in

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  • 15 Movies You Must See in November (48 photos)

    From a Tom Ford-directed drama and a flick featuring Lin-Manuel Miranda's music to a return to J.K. Rowling's wizarding world, these are the films you can't miss this November. From Harper's BAZAAR

    Harper's Bazaar
  • SEC Bowl Projections after Week 8

    After their demolition at the hands of Auburn, Arkansas failed to become bowl eligible last weekend, so Alabama and Texas A&M remain the only bowl eligible teams in the SEC. The Razorbacks, along with LSU, will have to wait another week as they enter their bye weeks, but Tennessee and Auburn can crest the six-win mark with wins this weekend over Ole Miss and South Carolina respectively. The biggest mover in our projections this week is LSU as three of the projections feature the Tigers in a New Year’s Six bowl game while Vanderbilt enters a projection and Mississippi State fell out of a few prognostications. College Football Playoff Alabama continued to have a stranglehold on making the playoff

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  • Woman Accidentally 'Steals' Subaru, Brings it Back With Apology Note and Gas Money

    Oops. 'Sorry I stole your car,' read the note inside Erin Hatzi's Subaru.

    Inside Edition
  • The Latest: White House said it wasn't told of FBI decision

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on the U.S. presidential campaign (all times EDT):

    Associated Press 10 min ago
  • Scarlett Johansson And Jennifer Lawrence Are About To Play The Same Role In Different Movies

    Taking on the part of a genuine, historical figure can be the role of a lifetime for many actors. It now seems that we have a legitimate race on our hands, as Jennifer Lawrence and Scarlett Johansson have both signed on for competing biopics about the life of legendary Jazz Age icon, Zelda Fitzgerald. According to a brand new report from THR, it appears that Jennifer Lawrence and Scarlett Johansson have both signed on to portray legendary novelist Zelda Fitzgerald in two separate movies. Specifically, Lawrence is slated to take on the role in a film called Zelda (with Ron Howard potentially eying the director's chair), while Scarlett Johansson will play Fitzgerald in The Beautiful and the Damned, which derives its title from the writer's own literary work.

  • Queen Elizabeth II Went Inside a Grocery Store and Her Reaction Is Priceless

    Queen Elizabeth II visited a grocery store in Poundbury, England on Thursday, and no one seemed more surprised by the trip than the Queen herself.

    Entertainment Tonight
  • The Sixers Fan Who Flipped Off Russell Westbrook Is A Doctor Who Claims He Was Provoked

    Immediately after this happened, everyone wanted to know this dude’s identity (and, if you’re Jeff Van Gundy, why Westbrook wasn’t allowed to go into the stands and beat the hell out of him). As it turns out, learned that this Sixers fan is named Richard Harkaway, and when he’s not trying to get a rise out of All-NBA guards, he’s a urologist in Philadelphia. In this instance, after standing up to boo and being provoked by Russell Westbrook calling attention to my being overweight, my action in response was clearly inexcusable and I am embarrassed.

  • Vince McMahon on selling WWE: 'We're open to anything'

    Vince McMahon has said that he would entertain offers for the sale of WWE. Since its inception in 1948, the wrestling entertainment company has largely remained a family-controlled enterprise. When the WWE chairman was asked if he was willing to sell the business to a large conglomerate in the near future during an earnings call on Thursday, he said: "We're open to anything".

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  • Apple defends expensive MacBook Pro pricing: ‘We design for the experience’

    Depending on who you ask, Apple's special Mac event yesterday was either a rousing success or a hyped up disappointment. On the one hand, we finally got the long overdue MacBook Pro update we've all been waiting for. But on the other, some tech observers have commented that the MacBook Pro's Touch Bar -- undoubtedly the star of the show -- while neat, is hardly a game-changer aside from some very specific use-case scenarios. In fact, for a Pro device, there are actually a number of valid complaints one can make about Apple's new MacBook Pro lineup, from its exclusive reliance upon Thunderbolt 3/USB-C ports (so long, MagSafe) to the fact that RAM configuration options max out at 16GB. And oh yes, there's also the price. DON'T MISS:  The iPhone 7 has an exciting new feature that Apple is keeping secret Apple products have always been on the pricier side of the equation because, well, Apple's bread and butter is selling premium products at a premium price. That said, Apple's new MacBook Pros, perhaps justifiably, are a tad more expensive than their predecessors. Consider this: Apple's top of the line 13-inch MacBook Pro starts at $1,999. It's previous top of the line 13-inch MacBook Pro started at $1799. Similarly, Apple's flagship 15-inch MacBook Pro model saw a jump from $2499 to $2799. And if you really want to max out your machine, you can trick out your 15-inch MacBook Pro to the tune of $4,300. With Mac sales still trending downwards, the above price increases, however subtle, caught some prospective consumers off-guard. When asked about Apple's new pricing matrix during an interview with CNET , Apple executive Phil Schiller delivered the most quintessential Apple response ever, which is to say that Apple focuses on quality, not pricing. When asked about more affordable notebook options from rivals like Google and Samsung, Schiller explained: Affordability is “absolutely something we care about,” Schiller says. “But we don’t design for price, we design for the experience and the quality people expect from Mac. Sometimes that means we end up at the higher end of the range, but not on purpose, just because that’s what it costs.” Over the next few weeks, it will be incredibly interesting to see how customers take to Apple's new MacBook Pro line. At the very least, you have to give Apple credit for making their laptop line intriguing again. Apple's 2015 MacBook was interesting, to be sure, but it's been a long while since an Apple laptop introduction has engendered this much excitement and curiosity. In that respect, I'd venture to say that yesterday's event was a tremendous success.

    BGR News
  • Mariah Carey’s Rep Confirms Star’s Split From Billionaire Fiance James Packer After Fight in Greece: Read the Statement

    Mariah Carey’s rep confirmed that the star split from her billionaire fiance, James Packer, after a fight in Greece — see the statement

    Us Weekly
  • Sick Day? 10 Funniest Excuses for Calling Out of Work

    'Employee ate too much birthday cake' and some of the other funniest excuses bosses have heard from employees taking a sick day.

    The Cheat Sheet q 8 min ago
  • 'Why would you want to "use" my dad?': Eric Garner's daughter slams Clinton campaign over WikiLeaks emails

    Erica Garner, whose father died in a chokehold by a New York City police officer in 2014, scolded...

    Business Insider
  • Stocks close mostly lower after new Hillary Clinton probe sends markets for wild ride

    Stocks closed mostly lower after the FBI announced it is investigating new emails related to Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

    CNBC 10 min ago
  • Trump Suggests Canceling Election

    "What are we having it for?" he asked a crowd in Ohio.

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