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May 24, 2015

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  • Good Karma Returns For Sikh Man Who Removed Turban To Help Injured Boy

    After a 22-year-old Sikh man removed his turban to help an injured boy, a handful of friendly strangers acted quickly to return the favor. Harman Singh, who lives in Auckland, New Zealand, heard screeching wheels and ran outside to find that Daejon Pahia had been hit by a car."I saw a child down on the ground and a lady was holding him. His...

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  • 4 in 5 Americans Are Ignoring Buffett's Warning


    Warren Buffett is perhaps the greatest investor of all time, so when the billionaire issues a warning, it pays to listen.

  • Grandma Middleton Takes Royal Control After Princess Charlotte’s Birth

    It’s the Middletons, Kate’s family, rather than the Royals that have taken center stage since the birth of Princess Charlotte. “It’s strictly first name terms at Anmer Hall,” says one source of the triangular relationship between Kate, her mother and the nanny. It has been quite a month for Kate Middleton. From the very first day of Princess Charlotte’s return home, when Carole and Pippa Middleton were the first guests to call on the new baby at Kensington Palace, it has been made abundantly clear that it is the Middletons, not her Royal relatives, who are the most important grandparents in Charlotte’s life.

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  • Mother found pushing dead toddler on swing in Maryland park

    (Reuters) - A Maryland mother was found early on Friday pushing her dead 3-year-old boy on a park swing, authorities said. Deputies responded to a call around 7 a.m. to check on a woman who witnesses said had been pushing a child for hours on a swing at Wills Memorial Park in La Plata, about 35 miles (55 km) south of Washington, D.C., said Charles County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Diane Richardson. When the officers arrived they found the 24-year-old woman still pushing the child in the swing, and they realized immediately that the boy was dead, Richardson said.

  • Kim Kardashian & Kris Humphries' Failed Wedding Birthed A New California Law

    Their marriage didn't last long, but one successful thing came out of Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries' wedding day: A new law. The now-divorced couple were married at the $20 million estate of Google Executive Chairman Eric E. Schmidt in Montecito, California, in August 2011. The massive event caused a headache for more than Kardashian and Humphries -- neighbors overloaded the local Santa Barbara County public agencies with complaints. NEWS: Kim Supports Red Nose Day but Nobody Is Looking at Her Nose Due to the laws at that time, the county could only slap Schmidt with a $100 fine for allowing the unpermitted event to take place at his home. The traffic and public resources that were used to deal with the celeb wedding cost taxpayers much more than that -- as in upwards of thousands of dollars more than was covered by the host, who hadn't obtained the proper permits for the ceremony. Assemblyman Das Williams (D-Santa Barbara) put legislature up for approval that would allow cities and counties to fine up to $5,000 for first-time offenders violating local ordinances, according to the Los Angeles Times. PHOTOS: Inside Kimye's Wedding "Taxpayers should not have to pay for extra traffic control and other public safety services for wealthy people who skirt the law," Williams told his colleagues. The passed bill will likely last far longer than Kardashian and Humphries marriage, which made it a mere 72 days. Relive Kardashian's pre-Kanye West days when she was still happily married to Humphries in the video below:

  • The US now faces a dilemma in the ISIS fight

    The fight against the Islamic State isn't going well. Militants took over the Iraqi provincial...

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  • Charlotte McKinney wins burger ad battle against Kate Upton

    Model Charlotte McKinney doesn’t like being compared to Kate Upton, and the feeling may soon be mutual. McKinney’s Carl’s Jr. ad that debuted during this year’s Super Bowl has now easily surpassed Upton’s similar 2012 commercial. McKinney has 4 billion media impressions through the middle of May, well ahead of Upton’s 2 billion impressions, according to Carl’s. Both ads are similarly sexy, with McKinney walking “au naturel” though a farmer’s market, and Upton making out at a drive-in with her Carl’s Jr. burger.

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  • NFL exec told Patriots 'you're in big f---ing trouble' at halftime?

    The New England Patriots and owner Robert Kraft are reportedly furious over what they consider to be key details that were omitted from the Deflategate report. NFL vice president of game operations Mike Kensil was very involved with the Deflategate investigation from the start. Shortly after the Deflategate scandal erupted, a report indicated that Kensil — who worked for the New York Jets for 20 years until 2006 — was the driving force behind the investigation.

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  • Sweden wins Eurovision Song Contest while Russia is booed

    VIENNA (AP) — Sweden beat Russia to win the 60th Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday, in an event described by organizers as beyond politics but marred by boos for the Russian that were apparently prompted by the Ukraine conflict and the Kremlin's anti-gay policies.

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