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  • Alleged NYC Bucket of Gold Thief Arrested In Ecuador

    Julio Nivelo took authorities on a months-long search that spanned two continents.

    Inside Edition
  • 'I literally wanted to die': Woman claims she was bitten by hundreds of bed bugs at Atlantis resort

    A Florida woman filed a lawsuit against the Atlantis Paradise Resort in the Bahamas alleging that she woke up covered with crawling bed bugs. The Miami Herald reported Thursday that Cindi Avila was staying in a room at the Royal Towers during a January 2016 vacation at the resort. At the last night of her stay she said she woke up to “hundreds of painful, swollen bites from her forehead to her thighs.” “It was like something out of a horror movie,” she told the Herald. “I pulled up the mattress and I was shocked at what I saw.” Avila said she took pictures and video of the bites and the dozens of tiny insects crawling on the bed skirt. The paper reported that tiny black excrement can also be

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  • Cuba Gooding Jr. Files for Divorce From Wife Sara Kapfer After 22 Years of Marriage: Report

    Cuba Gooding Jr. has responded to his wife Sara Kapfer’s separation filing two years later — details

    Us Weekly
  • With Donald Trump as President, Here's What Will Happen to the U.S. Economy

    Donald Trump has had a lot of success in business, but how will he be for the economy as president? Here's how his economic policies will play out.

    The Street q
  • Victim Claimes He Asked Target Security for Help Before Brutal Parking Lot Attack

    Security at a Target in Texas is being called into question after a man suffered a fractured skull when he was attacked in the store`s parking lot.

    Tribune
  • You Won't Have to Look at Shay Mitchell's Swimsuit Long to Notice This Detail

    Once the temperature dips below a certain degree, we get the urge to travel — preferably to a warm, sunny location, where we can rock a swimsuit instead of a puffed-up parka. Shay Mitchell is likely feeling the same, as the star 'grammed a throwback pic of herself in a Positino, Italy, shower, showing off white shades and a stylish green one-piece. The photo made us feel a tad emotional — oh, how we miss those beach-ready days! — but we still "oohed" and "ahhed" over Shay's sexy swimwear, which included fun cutout details on the back and side. Yet while the weather (especially on the East Coast) isn't exactly appropriate for this type of get-up, the color choice couldn't be more perfect. Considering

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  • We tried grilled chicken sandwiches from all the major fast-food chains — and the winner is obvious

    Grilled chicken: the timid, humdrum sibling of fried chicken. While nowhere near as glamorous or greasy as its crispy companion, grilled chicken is starting to increase in popularity as it rides the wave of health conscious dining. Most major fast-food chains now offer grilled chicken options, from sandwiches to nuggets.  But seared chicken isn't masked by a delicious fried coating, so it has to be good in order to pass muster.  We tried grilled chicken sandwiches from major fast-food chains — Burger King, McDonald's, Wendy's, and Chick-fil-A — to find out which makes the best.

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  • 'Morbidly obese' woman drops 126 pounds and becomes fitness model

    A woman from Aarhus, Denmark, who was once classified as “morbidly obese” after tipping the scales at 268 pounds, now works as a physical trainer and sportswear model after dropping more than half of the weight in a period of four years. Mathilde Broberg, 22, lost the excess pounds partially by cutting out junk food, exercising avidly and following the “teaspoon diet,” where she measured out her food and ate with a teaspoon to ensure that the portion sizes weren’t larger than the size of a flat-out hand.

    Yahoo Canada Style
  • ESPN drops commentator over Venus Williams 'gorilla' remark

    US broadcaster ESPN has dropped commentator Doug Adler after he compared Venus Williams to a "gorilla" at the Australian Open -- although he insisted the word he used was "guerrilla". ESPN said Adler should have been more careful during his coverage of the seven-time Grand Slam-winner's win over Stefanie Voegele. "During an Australian Open stream on ESPN3, Doug Adler should have been more careful in his word selection," an ESPN statement said.

    AFP
  • Suspect in officer's slaying spews expletives at judge

    ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Hours after a fugitive in the slaying of a police officer told a judge he was brutalized during his arrest, Orlando's police chief released a video of his surrender and described the suspect as "extremely violent, dangerous and very unpredictable."

    Associated Press
  • The Clinton Foundation Is Dead — But The Case Against Hillary Isn't

    While everyone's been gearing up for President Trump's inauguration, the Clinton Foundation made a major announcement this week that went by with almost no notice: For all intents and purposes, it's closing its doors. In a tax filing, the Clinton Global Initiative said it's firing 22 staffers and closing its offices, a result of the gusher of foreign money that kept the foundation afloat suddenly drying up after Hillary Clinton failed to win the presidency. It proves what we've said all along: The Clinton Foundation was little more than an influence-peddling scheme to enrich the Clintons, and had little if anything to do with "charity," either overseas or in the U.S. That sound you heard starting in November was checkbooks being snapped shut in offices around the world by people who had hoped their donations would buy access to the next president of the United States. There was a strong precedent for it in Hillary Clinton's tenure as secretary of state.

    Investor's Business Daily q
  • Paris Jackson Goes Braless For Modeling Debut In France

    Paris Jackson has officially step into the spotlight as she made her high-fashion modeling debut in Paris, France.

    International Business Times
  • You won’t believe how much Amazon is charging for Google’s Pixel XL

    The Pixel phone series seems like a big success for Google, which still can’t seem to make enough of them to go around. Both the Pixel and Pixel XL are sold out in the Google Store, though Verizon has them — and the carrier has been selling plenty of them, according to recent estimates . Amazon has the Pixels in stock too, but the online retail giant is selling the phone at quite a markup. The 128GB Pixel XL, sold and shipped by Amazon, can cost you more than $1,500 ... and that doesn't even include sales tax. Apparently, that’s not a mistake — or if is an error from Amazon, it hasn’t been fixed yet. Other retailers are also selling the phone for quite a markup, with prices ranging from $1,387 to $1,799.99. But these are third-party retailers looking to make a quick buck. But it’s pretty strange to see Amazon’s official Pixel XL page listing a $1,500 price. The same Google Pixel XL version costs $869 plus tax if you can find it at Google or Verizon. If you still haven’t purchased a Google Pixel or Pixel XL, you’d be better off waiting at this point. The phone might be the hottest Android smartphone in town right now, but not for long. All the other major Android device makers out there are preparing to launch hot new smartphones this year, with Samsung and LG leading the pack. The Galaxy S8 and LG G6 are due in mid-April and early March, respectively, according to recent reports. By then, Pixel prices might drop and stock at Google will likely improve. Not to mention that Amazon might drop the price back to what Google is charging for the phone.

    BGR News
  • 10 Kirkland Products You Should Buy at Costco

    In fact, high marks from readers on the quality of Costco's store brands helped the bulk retailer place sixth in Consumer Reports' supermarkets ratings, behind Market Basket, Fareway, Trader Joe's, Publix and, the No. 1 chain, Wegmans. Costco has turned on its head the notion that a store brand is a notch below a national brand by using its coast-to-coast strength to strong-arm suppliers to put quality as well as value into its Kirkland Signature offerings.

    Kiplinger
  • Trump's Treasury pick just doubled down on a budget trick that would steal from an entire generation

    On Thursday, President-elect Donald Trump's pick for Treasury secretary took the hot seat in...

    Business Insider
  • No lei! — Facebook's Zuckerberg sues hundreds of Hawaiians to force property sales to him

    Zuckerberg's suit would make his $100 million 700-acre beachfront Kauai property even more private.

    CNBC
  • The 58 Most Delish Grilled Cheese Sandwiches (59 photos)

    Want to know how to make your grilled cheese into a culinary masterpiece? Transform this classic lunch staple with these creative recipe ideas. From Delish

    Delish
  • Oakland Raiders Relocation: Why the Timing Seems Off

    The Oakland Raiders filed paperwork to officially move to Las Vegas. The timing of the relocation is odd and unsettling. Here's why. The post Oakland Raiders Relocation: Why the Timing Seems Off appeared first on Cover32.

    Cover32
  • Correction: Pit Bull Attack story

    ATLANTA (AP) — In a story Jan. 17 about two dogs attacking children, The Associated Press erroneously reported the breed of dogs involved. The dogs were a pit bull mix and a border collie, not two pit bulls.

    Associated Press
  • Here's how much debt the US government added under President Obama

    As part of the broader economic legacy of President Barack Obama, from jobs to the stock market...

    Business Insider