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  • Minnesota Vikings’ Glass-Covered Stadium Is Killing Dozens of Birds

    The vibe outside Minneapolis’ U.S. Bank Stadium, the home of the Vikings since June 2016, has gone from tailgate fun to a scene from The Birds. According to The Guardian, the gleaming glass that covers the outside of the structure — a structure that cost over $1 billion in taxpayer dollars to build — reflects the sky almost perfectly. Birds flying close to the new stadium are unable to tell the difference between what is glass and what is the great blue yonder, causing them to fly beak-first into the arena’s walls.

    People
  • The 'forgotten Kennedy' — Rosemary Kennedy — lived a real-life horror story

    The greatest tragedy of the Kennedy family was not the deaths of John or Robert — it was the horrific fate of their sister Rosemary. Take a minute to mentally prepare yourself for what you're about to read, because it's disturbing as hell. Ready? The odds were stacked against Rosemary literally from birth. According to Kate Clifford Larson's book Rosemary: The Hidden Kennedy Daughter, when her mother, Rose, went into labor on Sept. 13, 1918, the nurse on duty tried to stall her progress by forcing her knees closed because the doctor was with other patients and the nurse didn't want to deliver the baby herself, even though she was trained to do so. The baby was forced to remain in the birth canal

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  • Twitter Turns on CNN’s Van Jones After He Praises Trump: ‘How Dare You Normalize Him’

    Van Jones, the CNN political commentator and outspoken critic of President Trump, has come around to admiring POTUS and Twitter can’t believe it, making him a trending topic who is getting panned on social media.

    The Wrap
  • Colorado Teen Allegedly Found with Rodeo Star Ex-Girlfriend’s Body After He Shot Her in the Head

    A Colorado teen allegedly found with the body of his ex-girlfriend in the back of his truck has pleaded not guilty to murdering her, PEOPLE confirms. Tanner Flores, 19, appeared in court in Larimer County, Colorado, on Thursday to enter a plea to his first-degree murder and second-degree kidnapping charges, a Larimer District Attorney’s official tells PEOPLE. Investigators allege that Flores shot 18-year-old Ashley Doolittle in the head and then drove hundreds of miles with the rising rodeo star’s dead body.

    People
  • Casey Affleck Breaks Silence About Sexual Harassment Controversy

    The actor's victory on Sunday night was met with some criticism from those who felt Academy voters were overlooking unsavoury allegations from Affleck's past. In a new interview with the Boston Globe, the Massachusetts native finally addresses the controversy, which stems from accusations of sexual harassment levelled against him in 2010. Affleck has denied any wrongdoing, and the lawsuit, brought by two women who worked with him on the 2009 film I'm Still Here, was settled out of court.

    Refinery 29 UK
  • 'Dancing With the Stars' new cast revealed

    J.R. Martinez and pro dancer Karina Smirnoff were crowned "Dancing With the Stars" season 13 champions. Martinez, a U.S. Army veteran, became an inspiration to many after recovering from injuries suffered during his deployment to Iraq. He's now a motivational speaker, actor and author.

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  • Chinese Wages Are Showing Paul Krugman Is Right Once Again

    We may not all be entirely fans of Paul Krugman’s work as an opinion columnist but we should still acknowledge that he’s a very good economist. He didn’t get that Nobel out of his Wheaties box you know. And we’ve new evidence supporting something he’s been saying for years. Not that he’s unique in saying it, this is the entirely standard view of economists. Other countries developing their economies does not make us poorer. Nor is it true that as those other economies develop their wages will stay low. No, instead, what will happen is that as development happens then wages will rise. And when somewhere else is as developed as the US is then wages will be the same as they are in the US. Thus things

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  • Fallen Navy SEAL's widow receives standing ovation during Trump's address

    As she stood in the gallery of the House of Representatives Tuesday night, Carryn Owens, the widow of fallen U.S. Navy SEAL William "Ryan" Owens, got emotional. For nearly two minutes, lawmakers from around the country attending President Donald Trump's first address to a joint session of Congress, gave her a standing ovation as she teared up. Ryan Owens' father, Bill, as well as Sen. John McCain, have reportedly questioned the president's choice to conduct the raid and McCain called it a failure, an assessment Trump rejected.

    Good Morning America

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