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  • Love, Marriage – and Babies! How the Property Brothers Finally Settled Down – and Why They Still Live Together

    The Property Brothers Jonathan Scott and Drew Scott stay connected. As the stars of HGTV’s most popular series, Property Brothers, Drew and Jonathan Scott, 38, have spinoff shows, a bestselling book (their second, It Takes Two: Our Story, comes out Sept. 5), their own production company and a collection of furniture and decor. “This is the most humbling, unexpected, fantastic place to be in my life,” Jonathan tells PEOPLE of his relationship with girlfriend, Jacinta Kuznetsov, 28, a development producer at Scott Entertainment.

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  • Missing man found dead in belly of 7m-long PYTHON in Indonesia

    Villagers in Indonesia were left horrified when they discovered the body of a missing man inside the belly of a giant snake. A six-minute video on the website of the Tribun Timur publication shows villagers slicing open the 7m-long python’s carcass to reveal the legs and torso of the 25-year-old victim, named Akbar Salubiro. Junaedi, the secretary of Salubiro village in West Sulawesi province, said that villagers began searching for Akbar on Monday night after realising he had not returned from his palm oil crops.

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  • Dog owner fatally mauled by Staffordshire bull terrier while he was being 'interviewed for BBC documentary'

    A dog owner mauled to death by his Staffordshire bull terrier was allegedly being interviewed by the BBC when the horrific attack took place. The man’s cause of death was recorded as hypovolemic shock and damage to the airway – with the injuries said to be consistent with a dog bite. The dog remains in secure kennels after being seized by police – who have since confirmed that the animal is not prohibited under the Dangerous Dogs Act.

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  • Indonesian man's body reportedly found inside python

    The body of a man who went missing over the weekend was discovered inside the belly of a giant python, French news agency AFP reports, citing local officials. The family of 25-year-old Akbar became worried when he did not return home from a trip to harvest palm oil, according to the BBC. Locals in the village of Salubiro on the eastern island of Sulawesi on Monday cut open a 23-foot snake they found bloated and moving awkwardly, AFP said. “We were immediately suspicious that the snake had swallowed Akbar because around the site we found palm fruit, his harvesting tool and a boot,” a senior village official identified as Junaidi told AFP. Junaidi said that the snake swallowed Akbar whole, and

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  • Body of missing Indonesian man found inside giant python

    An Indonesian man, who had not been seen since the weekend, was found inside a 23ft (7m)-long python. Villagers on the island of West Sulawesi had the horrific task of cutting open the giant snake's stomach to retrieve the body.

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  • Gordon Ramsay Reveals the 1 Place You Should Never Eat

    Sure, Gordon Ramsay has high standards, but is there really anything he would never eat? Turns out it's more of a place where he would never eat rather than one specific food — and that's on a plane. In an interview with Refinery29, Gordon revealed his feelings about airplane food and why those feelings might be justified. "There's no f*cking way I eat on planes," he said. "I worked for airlines for 10 years, so I know where this food's been and where it goes, and how long it took before it got on board." Yikes. The man has a point — there's no denying that airplane food is not the best. So what's a traveler to do to avoid midflight hunger, according to the world-renowned chef? If you're like

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  • Girl Savagely Edits Her Former Friend Out of Picture See the Hilarious Results

    Girl Hilariously Photoshops Friend Out of Picture

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  • This divorced couple gets together every year to take a family photo with their son (4 photos)

    Adam Dyson and Victoria Baldwin may no longer be married, but they will always be parents. “We are not in love, we don’t always agree, we’re not best friends, sometimes we don’t even like one another. But you know what we are? We are forever connected because of our beautiful, smart, kind, compassionate, funny son,” writes Baldwin in a Facebook post that was shared by Love What Matters . The couple got divorced shortly after their son turned two, and even though they live in completely different states (Baldwin is serving in the military in Alaska while Dyson is ex-military and attending school in South Carolina), they make an effort to get together with their son for a family photo every 12 to 18 months. “Adam and I are not perfect co-parents, but we made a deal when we got divorced, to put our son first and to value the richness that we each bring to his life, for different reasons,” she writes. “We both need to be there, we both deserve quality time and quality memories with him. Neither of us blame one another for the direction our relationship took. We do not place blame on one another, and we certainly don’t place blame in the presence of our son.” ALSO SEE:  When it wouldn’t stop raining, this family did a muddy maternity photoshoot instead The almost-annual family portraits started before the divorce when Baldwin, who was a professional photographer herself, would get photos taken of the her husband and herself. When Bruce came along, Baldwin wanted photos “to capture milestone and the growth of our son.” “There wasn’t a huge discussion about it,” Baldwin tells Yahoo Canada . “I asked Adam if he would like to come, so he could get photos will Bruce as well. He agreed that was a great idea, and we naturally decided a family portrait was part of that session, in addition to our individual photos with Bruce. After our first post-divorce professional photo, we decided to continue it for the foreseeable future.” And so began an adorable tradition, one that Bruce looks forward to. “[Since] our divorce was finalized shortly after his second birthday, Bruce doesn’t have memories of mom and dad being romantic together,” Baldwin says. “He loves it when we are all together!” But Bruce isn’t the only one loving the family portraits, Baldwin’s photos on Facebook received thousands of likes, with hundreds of commenters sharing their own experiences. ALSO SEE: We divorced to save our relationship “Good for you guys! It truly is an act of selflessness to do this for your son! My ex husband and I remain friends and respect each other and get along great. Not only for our four kids, but for us as well!” writes one. “This is so important. Growing up, I had family photos with “both” my families. Everything was kept so separate that it made me feel like two different people,” says another. “We want Bruce to know families don’t have to fit a specific mould to be a family even when things may seem like they are falling apart. We want him to know it’s possible to come back together in a different way, and still have happiness and joy in your heart,” Baldwin says. “The ending of a romantic relationship didn’t mean the ending of a relationship all together, it meant we needed to find a new way to love and parent our son together, just no longer together.  Two homes, twice the love, I always say!” What do you think of Baldwin’s family photos? Let us know by tweeting us @YahooStyleCA .

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  • Three storm chasers killed in car crash in Texas

    Cars collided as the men were tracking a powerful storm system

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  • 'Property Brothers' stars Drew and Jonathan Scott open up about romance, settling down

    Drew and Jonathan Scott have charmed viewers for years as HGTV's "Property Brothers." Now, the twins, 38, are opening up on how they charmed the lucky ladies in their lives."The moment I saw her, it was her energy," Drew told People magazine of his fiancée, Linda Phan. "She's beautiful, but she had this energy about her that I absolutely loved."Drew Scott and Phan met in 2010, and became engaged in December. She works as creative director at Scott Brothers Entertainment, Drew and Jonathan Scott's production company. ...

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  • Wal-Mart Has a Unique Way to Cut Down on Shoplifting -- The Motley Fool

    The company has a program that avoids calling the police.

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  • How to lose friends and 'exfoliate' people — Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, is caught between 2 worlds, and his friends are cutting ties

    Signing up to carry out Donald Trump's vision of America has come at a cost to many of the...

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  • Staffordshire bull terrier owner dies after own dog attacks

    A 41-year-old man has died after he was attacked by his own dog in north London. The Staffordshire bull terrier, which is not a breed prohibited under the Dangerous Dogs Act, injured the man at an address in Wood Green on 20 March. He suffered injuries to this throat and was taken to hospital, but was pronounced dead two hours later. It is understood the man was being interviewed for a BBC documentary at the time of the attack. A post-mortem examination at Haringey mortuary on 24 March gave the cause of death as "hypovolemic shock and damage to the airway consistent with a dog bite", police said. The dog owner's death is not being treated as suspicious and next of kin have been informed. Police

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  • Amal Clooney Shows Off Baby Bump in Chic Red Dress in London -- See the Pics!

    The 39-year-old attorney is hard at work in London while husband George Clooney promotes his new film in Las Vegas.

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  • 'Don't you want to know those things?' Sean Spicer battles CBS reporter over Nunes and Russia investigation

    White House press secretary Sean Spicer continued to push back against questions about House...

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  • Massive Numbers of People Will Never Eat At Chipotle Again And That Should Terrify Investors

    Here's why Wall Street is too optimistic on Chipotle's stock.

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  • 'What Is Wrong With Him?': MJ Reacts to Spicer Briefing

    Top Talkers: WH Press Secretary Sean Spicer told veteran reporter April Ryan to stop shaking her head during a heated press briefing this week, a claim Ryan refutes. The Morning Joe discusses.

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  • 911 Call Released in 'Make My Day' Home Invasion Killings

    Three teens are dead, and a 21-year-old woman has been arrested.

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  • The pressure to show skin in Singapore's model-DJ industry

    As more young ladies in Singapore take on model-DJ careers, many of them end up succumbing to the pressures of showing more skin in order to remain competitive in the local clubbing scene. In recent years, Singapore’s largest DJ agency Altra Management has seen a significant increase in the number of ladies joining the industry. In an email reply to Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore, a spokesperson said that they now represent around 60 local DJs, with a majority of them being women.

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  • ASU Student Receiving Death Threats for FB Post

    "I think my duty as an empowered immigrant and an empowered woman is to use that empowerment to speak for those who are still too scared."

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