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Your reputation for accommodating others often precedes you, but you can be a force to be reckoned with when necessary. You are wielding an iron fist in a velvet glove today as heavyweight Saturn adds...

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  • Missing Joshua Tree Hikers Found Dead, Embracing Each Other

    Authorities have found the bodies of two missing southern California hikers in Joshua Tree National Park — locked in a final embrace. It took a search team comprised of hundreds of would-be rescuers and family members until Sunday night to discover the bodies. The National Park Service said bodies were discovered around 11:30 p.m. Sunday in a remote region.

    Newsweek
  • Grandma was in tears after discovering why the 5-year-old brought her piggy bank savings to school

    Two weeks ago, a 5-year-old girl named Sunshine Oelfke of Ishpeming, Michigan, emptied out her piggy bank onto the living room floor and immediately started "counting." Her grandmother, Jackie Oelfke, thought she was playing as she carefully lined up stacks of nickels, pennies and dimes — but then she saw the girl stuff the coins and crinkled bills into a plastic bag and place it in the front pouch of her backpack.  "That piqued my curiosity," Oelfke told CBS News. "Nobody messes with the piggy bank." After observing Sunshine at work a few minutes longer, Oelfke decided she needed to find out why the little girl decided to break into her savings. "What are you doing with that money?" Oelfke asked

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  • That Time Barbara Walters Pushed Back at Corey Feldman for Calling Out Hollywood Abusers

    A years-old clip of actor Corey Feldman on “The View” has resurfaced in the wake of the sexual misconduct allegations against Harvey Weinstein, and people on Twitter are hailing Feldman for spotting the problem long before anyone else.

    The Wrap
  • Boomer Esiason: Colin Kaepernick saga has been misrepresented; 'no way in the world' Packers should pay him

    Appearing on Toucher & Rich Monday morning, Esiason stressed the lack of attention played to both Kaepernick's ability and his contract demands when noting why the 29-year-old remains out of the league. 

    NBC Sports Boston
  • North Korea EMP attack could ‘shut down US power grid and kill 90% of Americans’

    Experts have warned Congress that it is ignoring a newly-developed weapon from North Korea which could shut down the US power grid and kill the vast majority of Americans within a year. Two members of the disbanded congressional Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) commission said at a recent House Homeland Security subcommittee hearing that a nuclear EMP attack from Kim Jong Un was the “biggest threat” to the US yet it remains “unacknowledged” by the government. More attention has been focused on the regime’s continued testing of intercontinental ballistic missiles this year, but the dictatorship also recently claimed to have tested a hydrogen bomb underground in September.

    The Independent
  • 9 States Will Require Passports for Domestic Flights Within the U.S.

    Come January 22, 2018, residents of nine states will need a U.S. passport to board any flight, domestic or international, according to new TSA guidelines. It's always refreshing when air travel becomes more complicated. The nine states are Kentucky, Maine, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Washington. Each of these states does not currently issue a state ID that lives up to federal ID minimum security requirements, according to the REAL ID Act of 2005. That means these states have about three months to make changes to their state IDs or drivers licenses so that they meet federal government standards. Otherwise, you'll need to apply for or renew a passport—or

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  • Buried letter at Auschwitz finally unearthed details horrors seen

    A couple of months before Auschwitz was liberated in January 1945, a Jewish prisoner secretly wrote a letter outlining the horrors he had witnessed there. He placed it in a thermos, the thermos in a leather pouch, and he buried it. Now, for the first time, Marcel Nadjari's words have been published in full. Historian Pavel Polian told Deutsche Welle the letter is one of nine buried documents found at the concentration camp. He described them as "the most central documents of the Holocaust." The documents were written by Nadjari and four fellow members of the "Sonderkommando" unit, which was tasked with moving bodies from the gas chamber to the crematorium. Nadjari's letter, found in 1980, was

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  • This couple's wedding photos are the most beautiful things on the internet

    Thad Nelson and Aren Muse were absolutely not expecting their wedding photos to become the hottest thing on Twitter last week, and their humble reaction to their sudden popularity is possibly even more attractive than their flowing locks.

    Yahoo Style

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