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  • New Details on the Mysterious Death of Couple Who Died Before Eating Takeout

    Cameron and Courtney Hulet were found mysteriously dead beside a dinner of uneaten Taco Bell in Dundee, Michigan, on October 18 — get the details 

    Us Weekly
  • Trump takes a swipe at Michelle Obama

    Donald Trump made First Lady Michelle Obama a public target of his anger for the first time Friday in the final weeks of the presidential race, attacking her for comments she once made about Hillary Clinton. "But wasn't she the one that originally started the statement: If you can't take care of your home ... You can't take care of the White House or the country," Trump said, paraphrasing a memorably harsh remark that Michelle Obama made of Clinton when she ran for the 2008 Democratic nomination against fellow senator Barack Obama.

  • Jennifer Garner carries her daughter’s school project for her, we’ve never been more obsessed with a photo

    Jennifer Garner is a bonafide super mom. She’s raising her two daughters, Violet and Seraphina, alongside ex-husband Ben Affleck, and she manages…

    Hello Giggles
  • Deer walks up to hunter and demands head scratches

    Hunter Jordan Maxon from New Richmond, Wisconsin, had a very odd encounter with a very friendly deer.  After setting up a deer stand in a clearing, Maxon looked around to see if any wildlife had wandered into the area before he started hunting. That's when he noticed a buck about 70 yards away.  "I figured I'd wait for him to leave the clearing, however, after five minutes of standing there, he wouldn't leave," Maxon explained on YouTube.  SEE ALSO: Deer fearlessly leaps through house window, becomes viable stuntman Instead of leaving, the buck approaches Maxon, who gently convinces the dear to come a bit closer with noises you'd use to coax a cat or dog.  The deer comes so close that Maxon is

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  • Photos dropped in thrift box lead to prison for man who raped toddler

    A worker at a South Side thrift store was shocked to discover that a tote bag placed in a donation box at the store in May contained photographs of a man raping a toddler. Officers who were called to investigate found that the bag also contained pay stubs and mail that led them to Gary Sovie of Ashville in Pickaway County. Sovie, 49, confessed when confronted with the photos. "I'm a very sick person," Sovie told detectives, explaining that he took the Polaroids while sexually assaulting the girl. Today, he was sentenced to 17 years in prison after pleading guilty in Franklin County Common Pleas Court to one count each of rape and pandering sexually oriented matter involving a minor. Judge Julie

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  • Young Married Couple Found Dead at Home

    A neighbor originally called the police because she was concerned they'd been sleeping in the same position for hours.

  • Girl Reportedly Died Taking an"Extreme Selfie"

    She allegedly sent the selfie to a friend right before falling.

  • There's a chance Eric Trump hasn't paid for a cup of lemonade for years

    Eric Trump appears to have committed one of the cardinal sins of fast food: Putting a soft drink in a free water cup. The noted map enthusiast was caught with a clear cup of lemonade in his hand at an In-N-Out restaurant after Wednesday's presidential debate.  Although Trump's stolen beverage was conveniently absent from his own Instagram photo, the truth emerged when he took a a pic with another customer...who is now an inadvertent whistleblower. SEE ALSO: The Trumpkin is back to make Halloween terrifying again this is a photo of my homey grant with trumps kid at in-n-out & trumps kid is drinking lemonade outta the free water cup... — Kush Vonnegut (@xwnklmnx) October 20, 2016 For the record, In-N-Out confirmed to BuzzFeed that clear plastic cups are indeed for water only, so Trump was clearly on the wrong side of the law here. But after seeing something as viscerally disturbing as this theft, it's natural to still have a few questions. For instance:  Why did Eric Trump elect not to buy a cup of lemonade? Has Eric Trump ever paid for a cup of lemonade? Has his wife's purchase of a drink created a loophole that allows Eric Trump to take some of her drink and put it in his cup? Can a nice cup of lemonade, one of our society's best achievements, ever truly be owned? How do you celebrate after a big @realdonaldtrump win?! #InNOut #teamtrump #MAGA  A photo posted by Lara Trump (@laraleatrump) on Oct 19, 2016 at 9:53pm PDT Anyway, stealing a fountain beverage is an unforgivable offense and we cannot imagine ever doing it. Ever.  Nope, we have never done this.

  • Investigator Claims 'Ufo Wreckage' Is Evidence Aliens Visited The Earth 250,000 Years Ago

    The discovery of an ancient piece of aluminium is being hailed as evidence that aliens visited Earth 250,000 years ago. The mysterious hunk of metal was found in Romania during the 1970s, when the country was under communist rule. Now tests at a lab in Lausanne, Switzerland, have revealed that the strange fragment of metal is made up of 90 percent aluminium and is 250,000 years old. Aluminium was not produced by mankind until about 200 years ago, so the discovery of the large chunk that could be up to 250,000 years old is being held up as a sensational find. Gheorghe Cohal, the Deputy Director of the Romanian Ufologists Association, told local media: "Lab tests concluded it is an old UFO fragment

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  • Trump gains on Clinton, poll shows 'rigged' message resonates

    By Emily Stephenson and Amanda Becker NEWTOWN, Pa./CLEVELAND (Reuters) - Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gained on his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton among American voters this week, cutting her lead nearly in half, according to Reuters/Ipsos polling released on Friday. The polling data showed Trump's argument that the Nov. 8 election is "rigged" against him has resonated with members of his party. "Remember folks, it's a rigged system," Trump told a Pennsylvania rally on Friday.

  • Whoa: Has the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle just been solved?

    Stop and take a seat because the gravity of this news will probably pull you down anyway. According to The Science Channel,…

    Hello Giggles
  • Woman Carrying Skull on Stick Leads Police to Human Remains

    Police in Sacramento say human remains were discovered after officers confronted a transient woman seen carrying a skull on a stick Wednesday.

  • 10 of Your Favorite HGTV Stars Reveal How They Were Discovered (11 photos)

    Ever wonder how all those now-famous realtors, designers, and renovators found themselves on TV? We asked some of HGTV's biggest stars how they got their start. From Country Living

    Country Living
  • Amy Schumer’s Instagram post about the debate is the most accurate thing we’ve ever seen

    If it’s one thing we can agree on, it’s that Amy Schumer is a comedic angel sent from the heavens above. Girlfriend…

    Hello Giggles
  • Can my family refuse inheritance from my abusive former husband?

    This wife says the last thing she wants is her ex-spouse’s money.

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  • Report: Cavaliers in advanced discussions on trade for point guard

    The Cavaliers should be fine at point guard in games that matter. Kyrie Irving is an excellent starter. When Irving rests, LeBron James – in addition to his minutes at forward – can serve as primary ball-handler with an extra wing on the floor. But Cleveland wants to limit LeBron’s and Irving’s playing time to […]

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  • U.S. warship challenges China's claims in South China Sea

    By Idrees Ali and Matt Spetalnick WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. navy destroyer sailed near islands claimed by China in the South China Sea on Friday, drawing a warning from Chinese warships to leave the area. The U.S. action was the latest attempt to counter what Washington sees as Beijing's efforts to limit freedom of navigation in the strategic waters, U.S. officials said. The Chinese Defense Ministry called the move "illegal" and "provocative," saying that two Chinese warships had warned the U.S. destroyer to leave.