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  • Man convicted of 3 murders as teen kills himself in prison

    CAMP HILL, Pa. (AP) — A man who broke into a classmate's home in 2007 and stabbed the teenager and his parents to death has killed himself in prison, authorities said Monday.

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  • ‘Morning Joe’ Blasts Trump’s First Day in White House: ‘It Could Not Have Gone Worse’

    MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” co-host Joe Scarborough said that Donald Trump’s first full day in the White House “could not have gone worse” and “it could not have been more disturbing.”

    The Wrap
  • Olivia Munn takes not-so-subtle digs at Aaron Rodgers' family?

    The Packers’ season is over, but the feud between Aaron Rodgers and his family appears to be just getting started. As Terez Owens noted Monday, Rodgers girlfriend Olivia Munn “liked” a series of Instagram comments blasting Rodgers’ family after Green Bay’s embarrassing 44-21 loss to the Falcons in the NFC Championship Game. “This team looked liked a family this season- & Aaron Rodgers had a great year, thank you for being his biggest supporter after his family caused so much negative distractions,” one user wrote, to Munn’s approval. “Thank you for standing by Aaron when his own family sold stories to the media in recent weeks and tried very hard to wreck his momentum. He is lucky to have found

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  • Jesse James Takes a Swipe at Women’s Marchers — and Sandra Bullock?

    Jesse James has a carefully cultivated bad-boy image. Resident bad boy Jesse James took to Twitter to share his thoughts on the protesters. While the tweet earned more than 7,500 likes in less than 24 hours, plenty of people took the television personality (and Sandra Bullock’s ex) to task for his commentary.

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  • Tennis pros: Don't hit ball kids 'cos your hopes and dreams will be dashed

    Showing frustration on the court is pretty standard for tennis players, but it ended badly for 17-year-old Italian player Maria Vittoria Viviani. Viviani was disqualified from the junior girls tournament at the Australian Open after she hit a ball kid with a ball in frustration on Sunday. SEE ALSO: You're breaking my balls: Tennis pro smashes rival in the groin during match Viviani had just lost a point from an unforced error against her Chinese opponent Xin Yu Wang in the first set. Annoyed, she hit a ball away with her racquet toward the side of the court. That ball then hit a ball kid in the chest, but the force was minimal, according to Italian news outlet Il Sussadario . It's not clear how they judged that, but it is true that Viviani appears to tap the ball away rather than thwack it with critical force. Viviani can be seen trying to apologise quickly afterwards, but it was enough to send her packing from the court in tears. The match ended 6-2 to Wang. It's not the first time that a ball hitting someone else on the court has ended in a player being disqualified.  English player Tim Henman was given his marching orders during a doubles match at Wimbledon in 1995 when he hit a ball away following the loss of a point and hit a ball girl in the face. Tennis Australia has been contacted by Mashable for comment. BONUS: Car rooftop tent will make road trips a breeze

    Mashable
  • Dear Abby: I'm mistreated by friend's teenage kid

    DEAR ABBY: I have had a best friend for more than 20 years. We met when we were 18 and have been inseparable ever since. I was best man in his wedding, and when his first child was born, I traveled six hours to be at the hospital when “Sara” was born. I have never missed a birthday or Christmas. When my friend announced his family was moving from Ohio to Arizona, I knew I couldn’t be away from him and his family, so I moved as well. I have no family of my own, and I adore his two girls. Well, Sara turned 13 this year and like most teenagers, she’s distancing herself from her family and even more so from me. When her mom and dad invite me for dinner or a family get-together, she barely acknowledges

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  • 10 Facts About Charles Manson's Imprisonment That Will Disgust You

    Infamous convicted murderer Charles Manson has spent nearly five decades imprisoned since his death sentence in 1971 was commuted to life. Suffice it to say that his peculiar behavior behind bars is far from that of a model prisoner. The following 10 facts take a glimpse into the life of a caged madman as well as the bizarre fan base his lunacy attracts. 10 A Disturbing Fan Base Despite the fact that Manson undoubtedly has had a lot of “alone” time—over four decades locked away in protective custody in a California state prison—he receives plenty of fan mail to keep him occupied as well as continuous meet-and-greet requests. In fact, Manson has received more mail than any other prisoner in the

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  • Insanely thin case transforms any iPhone 7 or 7 Plus into a Jet Black iPhone

    Last month, we showed you two sweet cases that let you turn any iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus into a Jet Black iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus. After all, Jet Black is the hottest new color option from Apple, but not everyone wants to buy a phone that’s going to get scratched up like crazy in a matter of weeks. Those cases we showed you earlier are great if you want the Jet Black finish and good protection, but not everyone wants the added bulk. If that’s the case for you, we’ve got good news: There’s now a paper-thin case that instantly transforms any iPhone 7 or 7 Plus into a Jet Black iPhone. Check out The Scarf by totallee in Jet Black for the iPhone 7 and The Scarf by totallee in Jet Black for the iPhone 7 Plus . Some highlights from the product page: ULTRA THIN. Only 0.02 inches. No bulk. The ultimate thin case if you are looking for elegant protection without adding bulk to your pocket or purse. This iPhone 7 case is slim, lightweight and one of the thinnest cases you can find JET BLACK. This ultra thin case has a shiny jet black finish that looks just like the original jet black iPhone. The case is not see-through and covers the full backside THIN BUT PROTECTIVE. This case for the iPhone 7 wraps all around your phone and features a raised camera ring for extra protection when you put it down. Get that extra peace of mind knowing your iPhone is protected from scratches, bumps and scuffs. While other cases are made of cheap, hard plastic, this case is manufactured using flexible yet sturdy polypropylene that is more durable PREMIUM DESIGN. This case features no visible branding for a clean, classy look. Well designed and guaranteed to fit perfectly. This keeps your iPhone looking cool and pristine while retaining its original design 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE. If you don’t love your case, simply contact totallee directly for a full refund. The best 2 YEAR WARRANTY around. Totallee (a California based company) offers quality you can trust. We're dedicated to providing superior slim iPhone cases to protect your valuable investment

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  • Tom Brady’s Big A– Sideline Coat Draws Hilarious Comparisons

    Kellyanne Conway isn’t the only one getting called out for her cold weather attire.

    The Wrap
  • 12 Reasons You Will Go Broke in Retirement

    Retirement is a major milestone that brings many life changes. According to the Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies, the most frequently reported retirement worry is outliving savings and investments. Across all ages, 51% of respondents cited this concern, and 41% of retirees claim the same fear.

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  • First Trump press moment was a catastrophe and puts US lives at risk: Analyst

    The first full day of the new U.S. presidency was a "catastrophic" moment for President Donald Trump in terms of media relations, an analyst told CNBC.

    CNBC
  • Body of missing Icelandic woman found; death being treated as murder, which is extremely rare

    (NEWSER) — The largest search and rescue operation in Iceland's history met a grim end Sunday with the discovery of a 20-year-old's body on a beach on the south coast. Birna Brjansdottir had been missing for 8 days, and the AFP notes the country reported on little else during that time. Officials are treating it as murder, and a murder most rare: Iceland has averaged just 1.8 murders per year (among a population of 330,000) since 2001. Brjansdottir was last seen early on Jan. 14, after a night of bar-hopping in Reykjavik. Surveillance footage showed her buying a kebab around 5am, and two sailors from Greenland, ages 25 and 30, were on Wednesday arrested. Police believe she was murdered by the

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  • Stephen Hawking warned us about contacting aliens, but this astronomer says it's 'too late'

    In 2010, physicist Stephen Hawking voiced concern about the possibility that we might contact...

    Business Insider
  • Sweet thank you card from ball girl to tennis pro Jo-Wilfried Tsonga goes viral

    There isn't always room for niceties in the world of professional sport, but French tennis player Jo-Wilfried Tsonga has bucked the trend. You might remember him helping out a ball girl who was in tears after being struck by a ball at last year's Australian Open, stopping the match to accompany her off the court. SEE ALSO: Tennis pros: Don't hit ball kids 'cos your hopes and dreams will be dashed Here's a video of the moment to help jog your memory. Well, twelve months on, the ball girl — real name Giuliana — penned a thank you card to the Frenchman, which he shared on Facebook while back in Melbourne for the tennis tournament. "Dear Mr Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, I wanted to take the opportunity to say thank you for helping me out on court during your round 2 match of the Australian Open 2016," the letter reads. "I'm not sure if you remember me but I was the ball girl you escorted off court. I would also like to take this opportunity to apologise for all the times when you asked for the ball but I didn't service it to you or acknowledge you." The card revealed Giuliana had a virus on the day that also affected her hearing and vision, hence inhibiting her performance on the court. The expectations for these ball kids are understandably set quite high. "Thank you so much for the kindness you showed me. I really appreciate that you were able to see that I needed some help and were kind enough to escort me off court," Giuliana added. She signed off the card with her name and her ball kid number, #180. At the time, Tsonga told reporters that he "didn't do anything special" by helping her off the court, but he did thank Giuliana for her letter Sunday. What a guy, hey. BONUS: Lazy sea lion decides this car roof is a great place for a nap

    Mashable
  • No More Boring Cars: Lexus Goes Bold With the LS500 Luxury Sedan

    Lexus comes to Detroit with its bold LC500 luxury sedan. With its sights set on the best from BMW, Mercedes, and Audi, Lexus isn't being bashful.

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  • Ariana Grande has an actual twin – only, they’re not related at all

    Some people look so alike, we think they’re related, but then we learn they’re not. Did you know that Ariana Grande has…

    Hello Giggles
  • Carly Fiorina reacts to the Women's March on Washington

    Former presidential candidate suggests on 'Sunday Morning Futures' that demonstrators give the new president time

    Fox Business Videos
  • Ivanka Trump's Inauguration Weekend Style (6 photos)

    Everything she's worn as the official first daughter. From Cosmopolitan

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  • Gisele Bündchen Congratulates ‘My Love’ Tom Brady as He Heads to Record Seventh Super Bowl

    Gisele Bündchen is Tom Brady‘s biggest fan. The 36-year-old supermodel congratulated her New England Patriots quarterback husband on his big win Sunday night over the Pittsburgh Steelers – clinching his seventh trip to the Super Bowl – in a sweet Instagram post on Sunday. “Congratulations my love! @tombrady #gopats Parabéns meu amor! @tombrady,” Bündchen captioned the photo of herself pointing to Brady, 39, after the big game – the love birds both sported the team’s “Conference Champions” hats.

    People
  • Chelsea Clinton shuts down trolls who targeted Barron Trump

    Former First Daughter Chelsea Clinton has spoken out in defence of Barron Trump, the US president's youngest son, after trolls targeted him with cruel memes online during the inauguration.  In a Facebook post Chelsea, who spent much of her teenage years in the spotlight while her dad Bill Clinton was president, said the 10-year-old "deserves the chance every child does-to be a kid".  But she also turned political: "Standing up for every kid also means opposing POTUS policies that hurt kids". Criticism of Barron's facial expressions and posture during the inauguration was widespread on social media, with people mocking him and calling him out for looking bored.  A Saturday Night Live writer even tweeted: "Barron will be this country's first homeschool shooter". The tweet was later deleted.  People on Facebook praised Chelsea for defending Barron while also expressing her political ideas:  BONUS: Donald Trump's inauguration address included a Bane quote ›

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