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  • Under Armour made some huge mistakes that are turning into a nightmare

    Under Armour isn't cool anymore, according to a recent analyst note.  CEO Kevin Plank's...

    Business Insider
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  • This dog arrived at a shelter with a seriously detailed notebook from a kid who adored him, and we’re crying

    Today in super cute and completely heartbreaking news, a dog recently arrived at the Humane Society of Utah with VERY specific instructions…

    Hello Giggles
  • Water officials race to release water from Anderson Reservoir

    Water officials are in a race against time to release as much water as possible to prevent flooding at the outlet of the Anderson Reservoir in Morgan Hill into Coyote Creek.

    KGO – San Francisco
  • Father and Son Killed In Head-On Collision With One Another

    Police said alcohol was a factor in the crash.

    Inside Edition
  • Fox News' Chris Wallace to Reince Priebus: 'You don't get to tell us what to do'

    Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace and White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus clashed Sunday over President Trump's tweet labeling the media an "enemy of the American people." "I don't have any problem with you complaining about an individual story" or bias, Wallace said. "But you went a lot further than that — or the president went a lot further than that he said that the 'fake media' — not certain stories — the 'fake media' are an 'enemy to the country.'" Priebus pushed back, arguing that the issue is "not just two stories" that may be marred by bias or error but "24 hours a day, seven days a week" of cable news programming that focuses not on the Trump administration's policy accomplishments

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  • MMA fighter learns the hard way that you should never dance in the middle of a fight

    When keeping it real goes wrong. Have you ever wondered what happens to a fighter when he spontaneously breaks out in dance in the middle of an MMA fight?GOD DAYUMMMM. Johan Segas KTFO's Joe Harding at BCMMA 18. When showboating goes wrong. Savage head kick. pic.twitter.com/pPkOPmdmOf— caposa (@Grabaka_Hitman) February 18, 2017In Saturday’s British Challenge Mixed Martial Arts (BCMMA) 18 event, Joe Harding attempted to taunt Johan Segas in this manner, and it ended just as you would expect. Let’s look at this a little more in-depth. First, we have the dance move itself. ...

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  • Sweden asks the U.S. to explain Trump comment

    The Swedish embassy in Washington has asked the U.S. State Department for an explanation of a comment made by President Donald Trump that suggested there had been some sort of security incident in Sweden on Friday. The U.S. President was speaking at at a political rally in Florida on Saturday when, in connection with the mention of a need to keep the United States safe, he said: "You look at what's happening in Germany. You look at what's happening last night in Sweden.

    Reuters
  • Shocking image shows Kim Jong-nam's final moments after he was assassinated

    Shocking images of the moment Kim Jong-nam was assassinated in a Malaysian airport have emerged for the first time. The half-brother of North Korea's dictator Kim Jong-un was poisoned on 13 February, allegedly by two women believed to be acting on behalf of the rogue state. It was originally thought the two women involved were North Korean spies, but it emerged on Saturday that at least one of the women – Sisi Asiyah, 25, from Indonesia – believed they were taking part in a television prank, though this has not been officially confirmed.

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  • Charlotte police set up checkpoint on North Tryon. Guess the top offense

    Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department staged a middle-of-the-night traffic checkpoint in the 3300 block of North Tryon Street and drunk drivers weren’t the top offenders caught in the act. It was people driving without insurance, proper vehicle inspections and a suspended license. However, the far more interesting fact is that three motorists were stopped for driving around with their children unsecured – between 11 p.m. and 3:30 a.m.? Yes, true...and curious. Twenty one officers at the event from CMPD, the Alcohol Beverage Commission and the Cornelius Police Department. Here’s the tally: Driving while intoxicated-2 Open container-5 Suspended license-13 No license-10 Tag/inspection/insurance-19

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  • Grieving Army Widow Meets Her Husband’s Coffin on Airport Tarmac, Leaving Plane Passengers in Tears

    A touching moment between a grieving military widow and her husband’s coffin was captured on camera by a bystander, giving millions of viewers on social media a window into the heartbreaking and personal effects of war. Lisa West Williams was waiting to exit her aircraft at Raleigh-Durham International Airport on Tuesday, when she and her fellow passengers watched a flag-draped coffin being removed from the plane’s luggage compartments. The Oklahoma native was an Echo in the Special Forces and was on his eighth deployment when he died.

    People
  • 5 Types of Employees Who Are Not Management Material

    You may have your eyes set on the corner office (and the bigger salary that comes with it), but you'll never get there if you’re not management material.

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  • Why the White House Is Leakier Than Trump Tower

    Government leakers know the prosecution risk is low, but corporate leakers can be bankrupted if they're caught.

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  • Take a Peek Inside Meg Ryan's $10 Million N.Y.C. Apartment (6 photos)

    Actress Meg Ryan is on the move. The When Harry Met Sally and You've Got Mail star just listed her loft in New York City's prime SoHo neighborhood for a cool $10.9 million. The fashionable area is home to many 19th century buildings with cast iron fronts and large windows--and Ryan's home is equally light-filled. Ryan bought the three-bedroom, three-bathroom loft--part of an 1888 building that was once a button factory--from fellow actor Hank Azaria in 2014. (The home was previously owned by artist Cindy Sherman.) Since then, Ryan has worked with architect Joel Barkley and designer Monique Gibson to transform and gut-renovate the space. RELATED: What We Think Beyonce's Nursery Might Look Like The 4,100-square-foot loft has beautiful prewar details, including an ornate decorative fireplace, a large private entry foyer with black and white patterned tiles, seven original architectural columns, and high ceilings (the living room's is 12 feet high). Other stylish features include floor-to-ceiling French doors, ebony-hued floors, industrial pendant lighting in the kitchen and master bathroom, and a 40-foot gallery with five large windows. VIDEO: Inside Meg Ryan's $10 Million Apartment 5325996157001 RELATED: Tour Judy Garland's Childhood Home The gourmet kitchen features white subway tiles, a Viking range with six burners and a grill, two stainless steel refrigerators, custom cabinetry, and marble countertops and shelving. Ryan's home isn't lacking in storage space, either--the master bedroom has eight closets, plus there's a service hall with additional spots to stash items. Take a look at the listing here from Corcoran, and scroll down for more photos of the gorgeous apartment.

    InStyle
  • Fox News' Chris Wallace grills Reince Priebus: 'You don't get to tell us what to do'

    Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace and White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus clashed Sunday over President Trump's tweet labeling the media an "enemy of the American people." "I don't have any problem with you complaining about an individual story" or bias, Wallace said. "But you went a lot further than that — or the president went a lot further than that he said that the 'fake media' — not certain stories — the 'fake media' are an 'enemy to the country.'" Priebus pushed back, arguing that the issue is "not just two stories" that may be marred by bias or error but "24 hours a day, seven days a week" of cable news programming that focuses not on the Trump administration's policy accomplishments

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  • Jose Mourinho not feeling in a confident mood ahead of Manchester United's FA Cup clash with Chelsea

    Jose Mourinho claimed that Chelsea are the favourites for next month’s FA Cup quarter-final because they are not suffering from the kind of fixture congestion that he believes is threatening to drag Manchester United down. In the wake of a narrow 2-1 win at Blackburn, the United manager said his mind was too full of the club’s upcoming commitment to even think about a return to Stamford Bridge. “I have to play St Etienne on Wednesday, I have to play the League Cup final on Sunday.

    The Independent
  • Chelsea Clinton burns Trump on Twitter for his baffling Sweden remark

    President Donald Trump left many people — including former first daughter Chelsea Clinton — confused Saturday night when he suggested that something terrible had happened in Sweden the previous evening. No tragedy occurred that day in Sweden, which the internet had fun pointing out. On Sunday, Clinton made sure to highlight the Trump administration's penchant for inventing terrorist attacks. What happened in Sweden Friday night? Did they catch the Bowling Green Massacre perpetrators? — Chelsea Clinton (@ChelseaClinton) February 19, 2017 Solid burn, Chelsea. SEE ALSO: Internet turns to @Sweden on Twitter after Trump appears to invent terror attack In case you missed it, Trump made the remark during a campaign-style rally in Melbourne, Florida this weekend about two hours north of his Mar-a-Lago Club. From a transcript of the speech: Don't worry, the people of Sweden are doing just fine.  [H/T: The Hill] BONUS: Trump claims drugs are cheaper than candy, Americans collectively facepalm

    Mashable
  • Here’s a drone’s eye view of SpaceX’s Falcon 9 landing

    SpaceX Rocket launches are always fun to watch, but witnessing SpaceX (or Blue Origin, for that matter) land a rocket is always an awe-inspiring event. This morning, Elon Musk’s company successfully landed its third rocket on the ground after delivering its payload into space, and there was a drone in the sky to capture the moment. It’s a unique vantage point, and SpaceX has released some neat videos in the past of its landings and attempted landings. You can check out landings in a 360-degree view, from onboard cameras, from a plane, or from drones hovering near the landing site. ...

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  • Why Trump was right to make Chris Christie eat the White House meatloaf

    Some 40% of Americans say they have cut down on eating red meat.

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