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Mar 22, 2018

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  • People are freaking out about Britney Spears' face: 'Such a shame'

    Britney Spears is officially making a fashion comeback as the face of Kenzo's latest launch, and its denim-centric collection is leaving fans supernostalgic.

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  • 'I Accidentally Killed My Best Friend's Daughter'—How Two Women Recovered From the Worst Pain Imaginable

    This is the story of Rowyn Johnson, how she died, and how that moment made a friendship stronger, inspired an entire town, and has helped grieving families all over the country.

  • David Clarke Makes A Tacky, Homophobic Joke About Joe Biden

    President Donald Trump has a true supporter in former Milwaukee County Sheriff

  • ‘Loch Ness Monster’ washes up on Georgia beach

    The Loch Ness Monster went down to Georgia. A man was recently boating near Wolf Island when he spotted what he thought was a dead seal. “This isn’t a joke,” Jeff Warren, of Waycross, Georgia, told Savannah Now. “There was a heron and some seagulls pulling its guts out and eating them but they flew away when I got close.” Warren snapped a photo and video of the creature, which bears a surprising similarity to Scotland’s infamous Nessie. He later passed around the images at a local fish restaurant where locals said the area had their own version of the Scottish beast named “Alty,” or Altahama. “Alty” is often used in advertisements around Darien, Georgia as a tourist attraction. “It looks like

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  • Aubrey O’Day’s Tweet on Election Night Says Everything We Need to Know About Her Relationship With Donald Trump Jr.

    News of an alleged affair is rocking Donald Trump Jr.'s world. Here's the tweet we should have noticed, but never did.

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  • McDonald’s customer turns violent after receiving wrong breakfast order

    Police in Glendale, Wis., are currently seeking the public’s help in identifying an irate McDonald’s customer who assaulted a teenage employee after receiving the wrong breakfast order. The suspect and a friend reportedly pulled up to the drive-thru of the McDonald’s just before 11 a.m. on March 18, where they placed an order for a breakfast sandwich with bacon, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. But upon receiving a breakfast sandwich with sausage instead, the woman became angry. “What the [expletive] is this? I didn't order no sausage biscuit,” said the woman, who then threw the food back at the drive-thru operator. A manager replaced her order with another sandwich, but she and her

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  • Judging by These 21 Photos, Olivia Munn's Swimsuit Drawer Must Be Overflowing

    We all have those swimsuits we wear for one season, then retire in a year. Whether it's because the quality sucked and they just didn't hold together or the trend was quickly outdated, these designs are long gone from our trove. This notion must not ring true for Olivia Munn, though. The star has plucked the most pristine maillots, punny one-pieces, romantic bikinis, and surf-inspired rash guards from our favorite retailers, and they're all pretty timeless as far as we're concerned. Ahead, you can count down Olivia's lineup. She's got the sort you complete with denim cutoffs and the classic styles that are simple but pretty enough to stare at all day long. Allow her to inspire the Summer ahead.

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  • Russian Novichok Developer Says There Is No Antidote so Sergei Skripal and His Daughter Will Die

    The Russian scientist who helped develop the nerve agent that the British government says left former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in a critical condition in Salisbury has said they will die if they are taken off life support because there is no antidote. Vladimir Uglev worked at Russia’s state scientific research institute for organic chemistry and technology, or GOSNIIOKHT, where he helped develop "Novichok" in a pilot project between 1972 and 1988 in the town of Volsk in the Saratov region. Uglev pointed out Novichok is in fact a group of four nerve agents, each named after the year they were created.


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