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  • Fit Mom Tammy Hembrow Shares a Photo of Her Loose Belly Skin Post-Baby

    Australian fitness trainer and mom-of-two Tammy Hembrow bounced back to having a flat tummy just weeks after giving birth to her second child, but she recently shared a photo that shows that her stomach isn’t perfect — and she’s totally fine with that. On Saturday, Hembrow posted a mirror selfie on Instagram that shows her holding her baby while wearing a crop top and gray leggings.

    People
  • Papa John's stock crashes and it may all be because of the NFL

    Better sales. Better stock price. Not Papa John's.

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  • Bill Gates supposedly has long way to go to catch the real richest man in the world

    Coming in at around $86 billion, Bill Gates has ridden his Microsoft fortune straight to the top of the Forbes list of the world’s richest men. Then again, the business magazine doesn’t take into account ...

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  • 'Sinking like a rock': Trump's approval rating keeps plummeting

    President Donald Trump received his lowest approval rating since he took office, according to a...

    Business Insider
  • 'Jeopardy!' Contestant Gets Away With Flipping Off America

    “Jeopardy!” just had its most hostile contestant since Sean Connery appeared on the “Saturday Night Live” version. During a “Jeopardy” College Championship match that aired Tuesday, host Alex Trebek thought he was asking contestant Viraj Mehta a simple question about pizza. This prompt would allow the Stanford student to launch into a hilarious anecdote, amusing the host and America. But the joke was on us ... What is ... he doing with that finger? It didn’t take long for Twitter to catch on. Was it intentional? As some on Twitter point out, Mehta held his finger out for about 7 seconds. If it’s not intentional, that guy is just asking for a finger cramp for no reason. The college student joins

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  • A girl named Ehlena and a dog named Wonder win at U.S. Supreme Court

    The justices ruled 8-0 that Ehlena Fry, 13, and her parents may not be obligated to go through time-consuming administrative appeals with the local school board before suing for damages for the emotional distress she said she suffered by being denied the assistance of her dog, a goldendoodle named Wonder. The justices sent the case back to a lower appeals court to determine whether Ehlena's complaint involves the impermissible denial of a proper special education.

    Reuters
  • Op-Ed: We moved from New Jersey to a villa in Costa Rica and we only pay $400 a month

    The comfortable American dream doesn't compare to this paradise town in Costa Rica, writes Frederick Haywood.

    CNBC
  • What poison could have killed Kim's brother?

    The assassination of the North Korean leader's half-brother saw Kim Jong-Nam collapse shortly after two women shoved a cloth in his face. A. I don't know of a toxin powerful enough to act by penetrating the skin that would kill so quickly.

    AFP
  • Honey Boo Boo Talks Mama June's Incredible Transformation Following Weight Loss Surgery

    She said the change in her mother is so dramatic that people may think it's fake.

    Inside Edition
  • California Spillway Opens for First Time in 20 Years Amid Recent Storms

    Many braved fierce winds to take a look at a sight that hasn`t been seen since 1997 -- the opening of the Don Pedro reservoir spillway in Northern California.

    Tribune
  • Happy Presidents' Day! See Pictures of Presidents in Their 20s (8 photos)

    Happy Presidents' Day! Today is about more than just sleeping in and crazy good sales (although, we'll take holidays in honor of both of those things). Today we honor and celebrate our nation's many leaders and the work they've done as president of the United States, a job that we imagine is a little more challenging than your average nine to five. It's easy to forget that before they were literally leading an entire country, these guys were leading regular lives. They played sports in college, chilled with their friends and family, and went on dates. Actually, Barack Obama 's first date with Michelle Robinson (now his wife, aka former First Lady Michelle Obama ) in 1989 was so majorly adorable, it was adapted for the film Southside with You in 2016. Presidents, they're just like us. If you still don't believe it, scroll down for more shots of past commanders-in-chief from back in the day.

    InStyle
  • Here's how much money you should have saved at every age

    By age 30, you should have the equivalent of your salary saved.

    CNBC
  • CA: The Physical Collapse Of A Social State

    Welcome to California.  It is a state of a perfect set of laws – at least in the minds of those wedded to the legislative pursuit of social justice.  Under the one-party Democrat rules, spending on fairness tops $100 billion every year. Meanwhile, the basic infrastructure of the state, so necessary for the economy long and short term, is collapsing. The California legislature has been busy making the news these days.  They are determined to fight President Trump tooth and nail – and they are putting the taxpayers’ money where the legislature’s mouth is. California Democrat after Democrat has decried President Trump. The day after the election, a “Joint Statement from California Legislative Leaders

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  • U.S. Homeland Secretary Kelly warns Guatemalans to stay home

    By Luis Echeverria GUATEMALA CITY (Reuters) - U.S. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly on Wednesday told Guatemalans not to waste their money trying to get to the United States illegally, detailing how his department was cracking down on undocumented immigrants and would speed up deportations. Speaking after he greeted a plane full of Guatemalans deported back from the United States, Kelly said U.S. authorities were not carrying out mass deportations of immigrants and would follow the law.

    Reuters
  • Mom’s Heartbreaking Photo of 10-Year-Old Son Shows Painful Reality of Cancer

    Drake, 10, in a photo meant to provide a raw depiction of what life is like for a cancer patient. This photo of a bald 10-year-old boy wearing a diaper and leaning on the bathroom sink with a pained look on his face is quickly going viral on Facebook. “The picture I’m posting is from this morning,” Drake’s mother captioned the image of her son, who is currently undergoing chemotherapy for leukemia, “and before you scream and cry ‘Why would she post a picture of him in a pull up, the indecency’, well 1.

    Yahoo Beauty
  • Inauguration Singer Jackie Evancho, Who Has a Trans Sister, ‘Disappointed’ by President’s Ruling on Transgender Rights

    The America’s Got Talent alum, who sang at the presidential inauguration last month, is speaking out against President Donald Trump‘s plan to rescind protections for transgender students. “My family is kind of a big target.

    People
  • The impact of the DeMarcus Cousins trade is getting worse for the Kings: 'If you burn an agent in this league, they do not forget'

    The Sacramento Kings stunned the NBA world by trading DeMarcus Cousins to the New Orleans...

    Business Insider
  • Caretaker performed sexy dance on 100-year-old with dementia

    SANDUSKY, Ohio (AP) — A caretaker at an assisted living center who police say was filmed performing a sexually provocative dance on a 100-year-old resident was doing it as a prank and trying to make the man feel good, her attorney said.

    Associated Press
  • Melania and Ivanka's plastic feminism cover up Trump's misogyny

    You see this as well in Trump's treatment of his daughter, Ivanka (and in Ivanka's own corporate-friendly, faux feminism). Ivanka tweeted a photo of herself sitting at her dad's desk in the Oval Office, flanked by the President and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, along with a caption about the importance of giving women "a seat at the table." Of course, it is Ivanka's husband, Jared Kushner, who has an actual position on the Trump team, and not Ivanka herself. According to Trump, Ivanka is also a "great person -- always pushing me to do the right thing." It's tempting to hope that perhaps Trump is right and the two leading ladies in his life are stealth feminist forces in the White House.

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