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  • Kourtney Kardashian Shows Off Her Chiseled Bod in White Hot Bikini

    Leave it to a member of the Kardashian-Jenner family to do anything to get the perfect shot. Kourtney Kardashian took to Instagram today to share a sexy bikini selfie, but the star revealed in the caption that it wasn't as easy to get as it looks thanks to her height. In the snap, the mother of three rocks a white two-piece swimsuit as she stands on top of a couch so that she is tall enough to be in front of a mirror. The 37-year-old has her long brunette strands tucked into a straw hat and i

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  • 18 Selena Gomez Bikinigrams That Prove She's Definitely a 10

    If there's one thing we love about Selena Gomez, it's that she's always game to show off her stylish swimsuits. After all, she's hot and she knows it. In fact, when the star called the TJ Show and was asked to rate her hotness on a scale from one to 10, she said, "On a good day, I would say — like a premiere day — I would be a good nine. And then, on my every day, I feel like a six. Gosh, that sounds so bad! I feel like a six or a seven." But from the look of Selena's sun-kissed bikinigrams, for which she changes her style based on the prints, colors, and cuts of her suit, we'd say she's a definite 10 — even when she's on the beach with no makeup on. Scroll to find 18 times Selena proved she

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  • Careful! These 10 Cars Look Nice, but They're Made Cheap

    They may look alright on the outside, but when it comes to overall quality, these 10 cars can't cut the mustard.

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  • Valentina Shevchenko stuns Holly Holm at UFC Chicago

    CHICAGO (AP) — A traumatic start at Valentina Shevchenko's training camp didn't deter her from pulling off another shocking upset in the UFC women's bantamweight division.

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  • Apple’s iPhone 7 finally gets a release date

    It's time to mark your calendars, folks. According to reputable leaker Evan Blass, Apple's highly anticipated iPhone 7 is set to hit store shelves on Friday, September 16th. Word of the not-yet-official release date originally came via a tweet from Blass indicating that Apple was going to release the device during the week of September 12. In turn, there was some initial confusion as to whether or not the week of September 12 referred to the product's unveiling or the actual launch event. DON'T MISS:  iPhone 7 won’t have a headphone jack, but Apple has a trick up its sleeve to keep you happy Clearing things up, Blass published a follow-up tweet on Saturday in order to address any confusion. https://twitter.com/evleaks/status/756941371416518656 Given Apple's previous iPhone release history, not to mention Blass' impressive track record regarding these types of rumors, it's a safe bet that crowds will be lining up outside of Apple retail stores this coming September 16. As a quick refresher, recall that Apple released the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6 on September 25 and September 9, respectively. With that release date in-hand, we can also deduce that the actual iPhone 7 unveiling will likely be about 10-14 days earlier. Looking at the calendar, it's not unreasonable to presume that Tim Cook and co. will get on stage either on September 6 or 7 and introduce Apple's next-gen smartphone to the world. Now as for what type of features the iPhone 7 will bring to the table, it's believed that Apple is saving its most jaw-dropping new features for the iPhone 7s (which may be called the iPhone 8). That notwithstanding, the iPhone 7 might very well be more interesting than many people are giving it credit for, in large part due to what may be a huge leap forward in camera technology. It's long been assumed that the iPhone 7 Plus will receive an advanced dual camera system, but recent product leaks indicate that the camera module on the 4.7-inch iPhone 7 is significantly larger and protrudes to a greater degree than the module found on the iPhone 6s. And given how impressive the iPhone 6s camera is, it stands to reason that the camera on the iPhone 7 will be an absolute game-changer. As a quick point of interest, the following video purports to show what a leaked iPhone 7 looks like next to an iPhone 6s. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tqYQZrsKhDw What's more, rumors also indicate that Apple with the iPhone 7 will finally abandon the 16GB entry-level model. Instead, it's believed that the storage tiers for the iPhone 7 will be 32GB, 64GB and 128GB. While there have been some rumblings of a 256GB model being made available, those rumors have been sketchy at best. And of course, we'd be remiss if we didn't mention that the iPhone 7  -- according to a number of credible reports -- will not ship with a traditional 3.5mm headphone jack, a controversial design decision to say the least. Consequently, Apple will likely ease us into that transition by providing a lightning to 3.5mm dongle (at no extra cost) inside every iPhone 7 box.

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  • Ask Amy: Parents won’t forgive drunken rant

    Dear Amy: I was with a man I loved very much for almost four years. He is now in recovery, but before he turned his life around, he had multiple issues with my family. While on a drinking binge, he had a verbal argument with my father, which he has tried to apologize for many times. This was three years ago, and my family refuses to even speak his name. A few months ago, I broke things off with my boyfriend because I thought my family would never accept him. I am still very upset by this, because I can’t see myself with anyone else. I know he would spend the rest of his life with me if that’s what I wanted. My family has never seen the good side of him. He treats me very well since getting sober.

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  • Check out this quote from the spokesperson for Black Lives Matter - and my note in response..... click to read

    “….To assign the actions of one person to an entire movement [or all the police] is dangerous and irresponsible…”  (I added the part in brackets.) I agree. The statement above is from a spokesperson in Black Lives Matter and in response to the recent killings (murders) in Dallas of those innocent police officers. This statement was issued because some – in social media – were blaming ALL the participants in Black Lives Matter for the killings of these police.  That was wrong.  It was one person who murdered those police.  The others were peacefully protesting, exercising their Constitutional right.  They did not go to that march with the intent of killing the police (and they did not do it.)

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  • 6 months before he leaves office, Obama nixes a bill to trim ex-presidents' pay

    In just the 11th veto of his time in office, President Obama on Friday rejected the "Presidential Allowance Modernization Act of 2016," a bill which would have capped former presidents' expense accounts at $200,000 a year and phased out presidential pensions for former executives who independently make at least $400,000 annually. White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said the veto was issued out of concern that the bill would "immediately terminate salaries and all benefits to staffers carrying out the official duties of former presidents" and require the government to "immediately terminate leases, and remove furniture." Earnest indicated that Obama, who will himself be an ex-president in

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