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  • TV Host with Breast Cancer Forced to Remove Wig as Part of ‘Horrific’ TSA Body Search

    Denise Albert, the co-founder of The MOMS, is speaking out after what she calls an “horrific” pat down from Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agents at the Los Angeles International Airport on Sunday — all over medication related to her breast cancer treatment. “I don’t know what was different this time but TSA agents aggressively attempted to do a body cavity search in public,” said Albert in the post. “I was TSA precheck and once through the scanner they asked me to take off my shoes.

    People
  • Japan's sex problem is so bad that people are quitting dating and marrying their friends

    The Japanese sex problem has become so desperate that its young population are giving up on dating and are just marrying their friends. A Government survey found 69 per cent of Japanese men and 59 per cent of Japanese women do not have a romantic partner. One Japanese aggregator website has since been awash with stories of how people have simply got married to life-long friends. The country has one of the lowest birth rates in the world, with just 8.4 children being born per 1,000 inhabitants over the last five years. Its population of 127m people is predicted to decrease to 87m by 2060. The survey, carried out by the country’s National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, also

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  • Obamacare is 'entering a death spiral,' Paul Ryan says

    Ryan and his House GOP colleagues have tried numerous times to repeal the law but were never able to during Obama's tenure.

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  • A Facebook executive says fasting for 15 hours a day changed his life — here's his daily routine

    In 2014, Dan Zigmond, director of analytics at Facebook, lost more than 20 pounds in less than a...

    Business Insider
  • See Prince William, Princess Kate and the Rest of the Royal Family in Their Tacky Christmas Sweaters!

    The royal family threw a tacky Christmas sweater party — well, sort of! Madame Tussauds London unveiled a special version of the royals’ wax figures on Tuesday, featuring each member in a festive sweater. The royals granted permission for Madame Tussauds to dress their wax figures in Christmas-inspired jumpers as part of the Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day campaign on Dec. 16.

    People
  • The 62 Most Delish Taco Recipes (63 photos)

    Find how to make these creative and totally inspired tacos. From Delish

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  • It's Not Lea Michele's Swimsuit That'll Catch Your Eye — It's What She's Wearing With It

    A few days after Lea Michele attended Glee costar Becca Tobin's wedding, the actress traded in her Winter coat for a swimsuit. Lea was snapped on the beach wearing a cobalt blue one-piece, but it wasn't the bathing suit that caught our eyes first. It was actually her multicolored sarong, which she expertly tied to her waist. While some accessorize with body chains at the beach, Lea reminded us just how stylish and flattering a sarong can be. The piece served as a breezy, eye-catching skirt as the star posed to show off the side of her leg. Most of us won't be experiencing beach-weather temps for quite a while, but we're still ready to shop some viable, Lea-inspired swim and sarong options — for

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  • The dog was really cold, and the deputy’s car was so warm. And the door was open ...

    The Tuolumne County, Calif., Sheriff’s Department may have found another potential candidate for its K-9 unit. A lost dog jumped into a deputy’s patrol car early Wednesday morning to escape the freezing cold, the sheriff’s department said in a post on its Facebook page. At around 1 a.m., Deputy Jon Hammell spotted a suspicious vehicle in the Tuolumne Market parking lot in Tuolumne City. Hammell left his driver’s door open and walked up to the vehicle so he could speak with the occupants. When he returned to his patrol car, he found a black labrador sitting in his passenger seat. The dog, named Ruger, had information listed on his collar. The dog fell asleep in the warm patrol car as his owners

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  • 12 Secrets Costco Shoppers Need to Know

    Stu pendousmat via Wikimedia Commons A Costco membership opens doors, quite literally, to a vast selection of bulk-size groceries and household goods selling at discounted prices. But buying potato chips ...

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  • Forsett arrives in Denver but questions remain at QB

    The Denver Broncos trust veteran running back Justin Forsett can play against Tennessee on Sunday after being claimed off waivers this week. ''I'd still call him day to day,'' coach Gary Kubiak said Wednesday after Siemian's first on-field work since spraining his left foot against Kansas City on Nov. 27. ''I'm feeling better,'' said Siemian, who demurred when asked whether he's confident he'll start against the Titans.

    The Associated Press
  • 'The Flash' Fall Finale Presents Future Full of Tragedy

    On The Flash midseason finale, The Flash made a rare trip the future, and the tragedy he witnessed there made him realize he had to learn to live in the present. But, Barry Allen couldn't do it all on his own. He had a little help from the original Flash, Jay Garrick. "I've never run to the future," Barry said. "I've traveled to the past, but I always came back to the present." While five months in the future, Barry witnessed his future self holding a dying Iris West in his arms. Meanwhile, back in the present, Jay, the fellow speedster from Earth Three, gave Barry a little pep talk. "The future isn't written yet. And, it might not even turn out to be what you saw," Jay said. "You need to focus on the here and now. You have to live your life." Later, but still in the present, Barry took his relationship with Iris to the next level. "I couldn't sleep on Cisco's couch anymore, and your place is sort of small for two, Barry told Iris. "So I signed a lease and I put both of our names on it."

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  • The Messy Truth About Van Jones

    They never learn. The grand journalism pooh-bahs at CNN were humiliated this election cycle when WikiLeaks revealed that former CNN contributor and interim DNC chair Donna Brazile had shared a question with the Hillary Clinton campaign in advance of a March Democratic primary town hall debate. According to CNN, "activist anchor" Roland Martin and his production team at CNN's debate partner and identity politics network TV One were responsible for the leak. CNN host Jake Tapper called the episode "very, very troubling" and condemned the breach: "Journalistically, it's horrifying," he told WMAL radio. CNN president Jeff Zucker declared after an internal investigation that the network "would not

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  • A 30-year-old photo shows the long history Trump's incoming ambassador to China has with Xi Jinping

    Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad, whom President-elect Donald Trump intends to nominate as US...

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  • Constant Gym-Goer Ditched Her Cardio Workouts for Powerlifting and Lost 37 Lbs.

    For years, Alice Fields was a cardio queen, who would toil away on the treadmill in the hopes of slimming down. Fields tried this weight loss method unsuccessfully for around five years, and says she “felt trapped in my own body,” until a friend introduced her to powerlifting 18 months ago. “Not only had my strength increased dramatically, but my whole body composition changed.

    People
  • 17 times Ariel Winter set the red carpet on friggin’ fire in 2016

    There’s so much to love about the hit show Modern Family. And one of our favorite parts is the insanely talented cast –…

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  • Coco Austin and Ice-T Throw Baby Chanel a 1st Birthday Party With Cute Mother-Daughter Outfit Changes

    The couple's baby donned Minnie Mouse and Cinderella-inspired outfits.

    Entertainment Tonight
  • Police chief defends investigation in decapitated-teen case

    LAWRENCE, Mass. (AP) — A police chief is defending his department's investigation into the disappearance of a 16-year-old boy whose headless body was found near a river.

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  • Becker criticises Djokovic following split

    Novak Djokovic failed to train hard enough and will not regain the top world ranking unless he "puts in the hours", former coach Boris Becker says, after the pair split. Djokovic has won 12 Grand Slam titles -- six under Becker -- but on Tuesday the Serb confirmed rumours that he and the German legend had parted ways after three years together. "He has not spent as much time on the practice court as he should have in the last six months and he knows that," Becker, 49, told Sky Sports News.

    AFP
  • Caddie dies, 1st round stopped at Dubai Ladies Masters

    A caddie collapsed and died during the Dubai Ladies Masters on Wednesday, forcing the suspension of the first round and shortening the tournament to 54 holes. The Ladies European Tour said play was suspended at 10:30 a.m. after 56-year-old caddie Maximilian Zechmann fell ill on the 13th fairway of the Majlis Course at the Emirates Golf Club. Zechmann, an Austrian who had been based in Dubai, was caddying for French player Anne-Lise Caudal.

    The Associated Press
  • New Zealand passport robot tells applicant of Asian descent to open eyes

    A New Zealand man of Asian descent had his passport photograph rejected when facial recognition software mistakenly registered his eyes as being closed. Richard Lee's attempt to renew his passport was blocked after he submitted the picture to an online passport photo checker run by New Zealand's department of internal affairs. "No hard feelings on my part, I've always had very small eyes and facial recognition technology is relatively new and unsophisticated," Lee told Reuters.

    Reuters