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  • Dwyane Wade missed a triple double by 1 rebound because his 'teammate didn't want him to be great'

    Dwyane Wade was not happy about this one. Dwyane Wade was one rebound away from a triple double as the Bulls-Cavaliers came to an end. Cristiano Felicio takes away Dwyane Wade's triple double On Court interview with Wade included.

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  • Careful! These 10 Cars Look Nice, but They're Made Cheap

    They may look alright on the outside, but when it comes to overall quality, these 10 cars can't cut the mustard.

    The Cheat Sheet q 44 min ago
  • Hmm, maybe this is why Trump doesn't want to attend the White House Correspondents' Dinner

    On Saturday, Donald Trump made history as only the third president to bow out of the White House Correspondents' Dinner. And while this has much to do with Trump's ever-worsening battle with the press and his constant struggle to book talent, it's also worth remembering that, to be frank, Trump probably has another reason for ditching: He usually gets clobbered at these things. So, in the interest of, uh, elucidation, please enjoy these videos of Trump getting roasted at the 2011 and 2016 White House Correspondents' Dinner. Better yet, enjoy Trump's mirthless reactions. They're uncomfortable to watch, but extremely worth it. SEE ALSO: An exclusive look at Donald Trump's Twitter drafts for Oscar night First, here's President Obama clapping back at Trump's relentless "birther" conspiracy-mongering. The Lion King is involved. Next, observe Seth Meyers insisting that Trump must be running for president as a "joke." Trump does not smile. And here's Obama ripping on The Apprentice.  Finally, here's a delightful compilation of all the best Trump burns from the 2016 dinner.  A Larry Wilmore highlight: "Yeah, Trump's campaign is inspiring ... mass violence." (Trump did not attend that one, BTW.) So, there you have it. While we're not sure about the future of this year's event, we'll always have those stunners to fall back on.  And you can always zoom in on this cursed image while listening to "Sound of Silence." Image: Youtube/C-Span BONUS: Jordan Peele reacts to 'Get Out' as Barack Obama: 'Surrounded by white people! Not fun'

    Mashable
  • Transgender boy wins controversial girls state title

    CYPRESS, Texas (AP) — A 17-year-old transgender boy completed an undefeated season Saturday by winning a controversial Texas state girls wrestling title in an event clouded by criticism from those who believe the testosterone he's taking as he transitions from female to male created an unfair advantage.

    Associated Press
  • Alex Rodriguez and Anne Wojcicki Have Called It Quits: Report

    Alex Rodriguez and Anne Wojcicki are reportedly no longer an item. According to Page Six, the retired Yankees legend, 41, and his entrepreneur girlfriend have called their relationship off after having been together just short of a year. “They were an unusual couple, from very different backgrounds, but they are both smart business people, and had quite a few things in common, including a fascination with the tech world,” a source told the outlet.

    People
  • Robert De Niro snaps at wife for 'spending all my money'

    Trouble is brewing over Grace Hightower’s coffee company. We’re told that her husband, Robert De Niro — who is a major investor in the firm — is steamed because the 5-year-old Grace Hightower & Coffees of Rwanda brand is turning into a money pit. The New York Post reports that Hightower has frustrated business associates — as well as the legendary actor — by dithering over simple decisions, and “changing her mind about how to run the business depending on who she spoke to last.” A source tells the paper that, in a moment of frustration, De Niro boiled over while bickering with Hightower in public at a Manhattan bar, telling her, “I wouldn’t have to keep making s - - tty movies if you didn’t spend

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  • Amal Clooney Really Is Glowing During a Paris Stroll With George

    Amal Clooney officially debuted her baby bump at the César Film Awards with George on Friday, and now we're getting another look at her growing belly. On Saturday, the expectant mother looked gorgeous while strolling the streets of Paris with her husband. Clad in a '60s-inspired suit, the human rights attorney appeared cool and collected as she held on to George's hand and walked alongside him. George, whose mother spilled the beans that they're having a boy and a girl, seems pretty excited about expanding his family. Not only have he and Amal "embraced it all with arms wide open," but they've decided to scale back on the places they're now willing to travel for the safety of their family. As

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  • Latest: Donations top $1M for Kansas bar attack victims

    OLATHE, Kan. (AP) — The Latest on a deadly shooting at a Kansas bar that some witnesses said was racially motivated (all times local):

    Associated Press
  • Now we know how much Warren Buffett has made on his Apple investment

    Warren Buffett, who has famously shied away from technology stocks, has made a killing on his investment in Apple’s stock. Writing in his annual report, Buffett revealed that Berkshire Hathaway owned 61.24 million shares of Apple at the end of 2016. Apple closed above $136 on Friday, meaning Berkshire Hathaway has made more than $1.62 billion on its investment so far this year.

    Yahoo Finance
  • Watch Nate Robinson — and we mean all of him — go through a 7-2 defender's legs

    Diminutive guard Nate Robinson spent parts of 11 NBA seasons defying expectations of the size and skillset required to play in the best basketball league in the world. In Saturday night’s game against the Canton Raptors, Robinson found a fresh new way to dribble out of a trap. Robinson’s bio still lists him at his NBA height of 5-9, but that’s never been especially believable and certainly won’t be now that this highlight is available for all to see.

    Ball Don't Lie
  • Swedish 'national security advisor' interviewed by Fox News not known to Swedish officials: report

    Fox News's “The O'Reilly Factor” this week featured a guest with inaccurate credentials, The Washington Post reported Saturday. During the show on Thursday, the network invited Swedish journalist Anne-Sofie Naslund and “Swedish defense and national security advisor” Nils Bildt to talk about the country's immigration policy. According to the Post, the Dagens Nyheter newspaper on Friday reported that Bildt is unknown to the Swedish Foreign Ministry and the armed forces. The newspaper reported that Bildt came to the U.S. from Sweden in 1994. He is listed as one of the founders of Modus World LLC, a company that provides consulting "and management of possible kidnap and ransom situations.” “I made

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  • Trump Administration Just Took Its First Step Toward Building the Mexican Border Wall

    It's the first major step toward constructing the proposed border wall

    Fortune
  • Khloe Kardashian Cozies Up to 'Love' Tristan Thompson on Jamaican Vacation -- See the Pics!

    The 32-year-old reality star showed off her curves in a sexy white one-piece.

    Entertainment Tonight
  • Magician Daryl Easton, 61, Found Dead After Killing Himself in Hollywood’s Famed Magic Castle

    Magician Daryl Easton was found dead inside Hollywood’s famed Magic Castle on Friday, according to multiple reports. Police have ruled his death a suicide, the New York Daily News reported, after the Los Angeles Fire Department had responded to calls from the popular venue at 7:25 p.m. local time. The Magic Castle, which opened its doors in 1963, confirmed Easton’s death early Saturday in a statement on their Facebook page.

    People
  • Transgender boy 2 wins away from girls state wrestling title

    CYPRESS, Texas (AP) — Mack Beggs could win a Texas state wrestling title on Saturday.

    Associated Press
  • Nissan has one of the best engines out there — but its days could be numbered

    Business Insider's Transportation team loves engines. And it's a great time to be an engine...

    Business Insider
  • All the Celebrities Sitting Front Row at Milan Fashion Week (9 photos)

    While we love the clothing, models, and new trends that emerge during Fashion Week, one of our favorite parts of the show takes place just beyond the runway: the front row. The coveted seating section is home to the best of the best, from all-around it-girl Olivia Palermo and A-list celebrities like Salma Hayek , to edgy, fashionable men like Tom Hiddleston and A$AP Rocky. And then, of course, there's the wow-worthy fashion. From sexy metallic ensembles to elegant embroidered dresses, front row-style is versatile and can be unpredictable, but always leaves us in awe. VIDEO: Watch Our Recap of Milan Fashion Week RELATED: See All the Wild and Mild Looks from the Gucci Fall 2017 Runway Show Browse through our gallery of celebrities seated front and center. Milan Fashion Week draws some of the chicest and most stylish celebrities, so keep checking in to see even more celebrities runway show sighting. Where fashion goes, fashionistas follow!

    InStyle
  • 6 charged in death of UConn student run over after party

    Six University of Connecticut students were charged Friday with alcohol-related offenses connected to the death of a student who was run over by a fire department vehicle after leaving a party last fall.

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  • Baylor women's coach says parents concerned about sexual assault scandal should be 'knocked right in the face'

    Kim Mulkey, the head coach of the women’s basketball team at Baylor University, had strong words for parents who were concerned about female students’ safety on campus. After the women’s team clinched the Big 12 regular season title on Saturday, Mulkey used her postgame speech to defend her school, which has been under fire for a sexual assault scandal under former football coach Art Briles.

    The Dagger
  • Fast and furious: Man cons salesman out of $150K Maserati

    Maserati is missing after a man conned a Florida salesman during a test drive

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