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  • One Tweet Perfectly Skewers the Uproar Over Beyoncé Bringing Race Issues to the Super Bowl

    When Beyoncé finally appeared after several tedious Coldplay songs at the Super Bowl 50 halftime show, the Beyhive lost all chill. While performing her new single “Formation,” an anthem, released Saturday, about the beauty of black women’s bodies, Beyoncé’s backup dancers strutted across the field in black berets. It was an obvious nod to the outfits worn by the Black Panthers, a radical black rights group dedicated to creating social and political equality for minorities, often through militant means.

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  • Body of 22-year-old found in Walmart lot may have been there for months

    The body of a 22-year-old California woman was discovered in the parking lot of a Salinas, Calf., Walmart last week and investigators said Tuesday that it appears her body went unnoticed for three months. The San Francisco Chronicle reported that Lauren Jessie Moss was last seen alive on Nov. 13, 2015. Authorities blamed her car’s dark-tinted windows, and a sunshade on the dashboard was one of the reasons it was difficult to spot someone inside. Authorities reviewed security cameras and discovered that the car was in the same parking spot since December. Her cause of death was not yet determined by a coroner, but Salinas police said her death was likely a suicide. The paper, citing a KSBW report,

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  • Female Exec Who Once Worked For Trump: He's a Womanizer

    Barbara A. Res, who oversaw the construction of Trump Tower, said Trump was a great boss and the first person to arrive at the office every day.

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  • WWE Superstar Suspended for Grabbing Vince McMahon’s Arm (Report)

    WWE superstar Titus O’Neil has been sent home reportedly over a physical exchange with WWE chairman and CEO Vince McMahon on “Monday Night Raw.”

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  • This Woman's Husband Fat-Shamed Her After She Lost 173 Lbs., but Was Supportive at Her Highest Weight of 422 Lbs.

    "As I lost weight, insecurity built in my marriage," Alexander explains in this exclusive clip from Wednesday's episode of Skin Tight. Alexander, 26, knew she couldn't keep the negative weight of her husband around.

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  • Here are the stupid ways people died taking selfies in 2015

    Stop taking selfies. It’s dangerous. Not only does it ruin your social status because people are tired of looking at your sad mug, but it also might kill you. Alright, I kind of like your face, but listen to these crazy death stats from 2015, which show that selfies can be dangerous. According to Priceonomics‘ Zachary Crockett, who researched the number of Darwin Award-worthy people around the world who died from selfie-related incidents, there are a few things one could have done in 2015 that were safer than taking a selfie. Only 17 people died climbing Mount Everest, for example, while just 12 people died playing American Football. 8 died in shark attacks and two lost their lives to vending

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  • Pissed-off passenger urinates on fellow flier

    A pissed-off passenger who was not allowed to smoke or drink alcohol aboard a Paris-bound plane took out his frustrations on a fellow flier by urinating on him. The mile-high waterworks forced the Air Meditarranee flight from Algiers to divert to Lyon when flight attendants pinned the shirtless goon after a free-for-all, the MailOnline reported. Another man involved in the melee also was removed from the Airbus A321 at Lyon, where the charter flight was delayed for about three hours. The airline, based in Toulouse, uses Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris as its hub for domestic flights and international routes to the Canary Islands, Greece and Lebanon, among other destinations. The pee-brain

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  • North Korea's army chief of staff executed: report

    North Korea's army chief of staff has been executed, South Korean media reported Wednesday, in what would amount to the latest in a series of purges and executions of top officials by leader Kim Jong-Un. Ri Yong-Gil, Chief of the Korean People's Army (KPA) General Staff, was executed earlier this month for forming a political faction and corruption, Yonhap news agency said, citing a source familiar with North Korean affairs. The report came at a time of highly elevated tensions on the divided Korean peninsula following the North's recent nuclear test and long-range rocket launch.

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