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  • The 24-year-old billionaire heiress to the Dell fortune left social media after exposing her family to security risks — here's her advice for teens on apps

    Alexa Dell, the daughter of computer magnate Michael Dell, once posted an image to Instagram of her younger brother aboard the family's private jet. The "Rich Kids of Instagram" Tumblr blogged the image, and it went viral. Dell was forced to leave social media after exposing her family to security risks.

    Business Insider
  • Donald Trump Jr. DMed a Model While He Was Married

    And there are receipts.

  • Timeline of teenager's relationship with 45-year-old man, journey to Mexico and back

    While missing Pennsylvania teenager Amy Yu was found safe over the weekend in Mexico with 45-year-old Kevin Esterly, whom she was allegedly having a romantic relationship with, the case stretches back farther than the 13 days she was missing. -- 2009 to 2010, Yu and her mother, Miu Luu, meet Esterly, a construction contractor, at a church in Lowhill Township, Pennsylvania. -- November 2017: Yu signs documents at Lehigh Valley Academy Charter School in Hanover Township, Pennsylvania, describing Esterly as her stepfather, which allows him to check her out of school.

    Good Morning America
  • Alessandra Ambrosio posts sexy swimsuit pics after reports of split from her fiancé

    On the same day that reports surfaced that the former Victoria's Secret Angel had separated from her longtime fiancé, she treated her Instagram followers to a sultry shoot.

    Yahoo Lifestyle
  • Eagles' season opener will be a juicy rematch

    Details on the opener for the Eagles, who will kick off the 2018 NFL season because they're the champs. By Dave Zangaro

    NBC Sports Philadelphia
  • Missing Colorado toddler dies hours after being found

    A Colorado toddler, who was the subject of an Amber Alert, died hours after he was found, police said Sunday. Nain Dominguez, 2, was discovered at around 7:18 a.m. and was taken to a hospital in life-threatening condition, Fox 31 Denver reported. El Paso County Sheriff’s Office said later he had died despite medical intervention. Authorities were still trying to piece together the events leading up to the boy’s disappearance. An Amber Alert was activated Saturday at around 5:40 p.m., according to KRDO-TV. The boy was seen playing with an older sibling in Colorado Springs before disappearing, Fox 31 Denver reported. The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office initially said they were searching for a white

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  • This Photo of Melania Trump and Prince Harry Is Horrifying

    Here is the story behind that awkward photo of Melania Trump and Prince Harry.

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  • Watch: Michigan's Mo Wagner's Display of Sportsmanship Might Be the Best Moment of March

    Michigan was on the verge of being eliminated from the NCAA tournament by Houston Saturday until freshman Jordan Poole saved the season and sent the Big Ten champions to the Sweet 16 with a game-winning three-pointer as time expired.The shot sent the Wolverines into a frenzy, and as Poole ran around the court, at one point right in front of the Houston bench, his teammates chased him until they eventually made a dog pile under the same basket Poole made his shot. As the Michigan players celebrated the amazing moment, the Cougars were devastated, with one lying on the ground right next to the clump of happy Wolverines.As the chaos ensued following the buzzer-beating shot, Michigan junior Mo Wagner stopped mid-celebration to console Houston's Corey Davis Jr., who was on the Houston bench looking on as the Wolverines sprinted past, celebrating their victory.Wagner also stopped to speak with Houston's Devin Davis, who went 9-of-12 from the free throw line during the game, but missed three of his last four attempts, including his final two, to leave the door open for Michigan to escape with a 64-63 win.The 3-seed Wolverines will play No. 7-seed Texas A&M on Thursday in a West region semifinal.

    Sports Illustrated

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