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  • Ariel Winter Flashes Lots of Underboob, Kisses Boyfriend Levi Meaden in Throwback Coachella Shots

    The couple attended the festival last week.

    Entertainment Tonight
  • White House Correspondents Dinner host blasts Trump, despite being asked not to

    How do you hold the White House Correspondents Dinner, a long-running tradition of roasting the president, when the president is so famously bad at taking a joke?

    The Independent
  • Bella Hadid has issued a statement on the disastrous Fyre Festival

    If you’ve been watching social media this weekend, you’ve heard about the disaster that was the Fyre Festival. In the latest news, Bella…

    Hello Giggles
  • A Massive Lake Of Molten Carbon The Size Of Mexico Was Just Discovered Under The US

    A recent scientific discovery has drastically changed our view of the global carbon cycle and identified a new significant risk. Researchers have discovered a giant lake or reservoir made up of molten carbon sitting below the western US. The molten carbon (primarily in the form of carbonate) reservoir could drastically and immediately change the global climate for over a decade if it were to be released. Thankfully there is little risk in the near future of this happening. The carbon sits 217 miles beneath the surface of the Earth in the upper mantle and has no immediate pathway to the surface. In total the lake covers approximately 700,000 square miles, approximately the size of Mexico. This

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  • Journalist Tweets Photos Of Empty Seats From Trump's 'All-Time' Record-Breaking Rally

    President Donald Trump said that the crowd at his Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, rally Saturday broke the “all-time” record for the arena and that people were lined up outside hoping to get in.

    The Huffington Post
  • A doctor called his broker during a delivery. It will cost $33.8 million.

    Marla Dixon was in the final stage of labor and ready to deliver a baby boy when the obstetrician arrived at her bedside at North Shore Medical Center in Miami. The doctor ordered nurses to restart a drug to strengthen contractions, failed to perform a Cesarean section — and walked away from Dixon’s room for long periods, once for an eight-minute phone call from his stockbroker, the verdict said. By the time the baby was delivered on Dec. 2, 2013, he was blue in the face and his limbs were limp, according to the verdict handed down by U.S. District Judge Robert Scola. It took a medical team to revive the infant, named Earl, Jr., and by then he had severe brain damage from lack of oxygen, according to the lawsuit filed by Dixon and the boy’s father, Earl Reese-Thornton, Sr.

    The Charlotte Observer q
  • Prisco's NFL Draft Grades for all 32 teams: Five earn 'A's and two fall short with 'D's

    If you are reading this, you know I like to pick things apart. Drafts, situational coaching and players -- you name it. But somehow, as I did the grades for this year's NFL Draft, I had to stop for a second because I think many teams did a good job handling their board. I didn't give out one "F" this year. I handed out five "A" grades. What is wrong with me? Call me Mr. Softy. The five teams that earned "A" grades in my mind were the Arizona Cardinals , Cincinnati Bengals , Green Bay Packers , San Francisco 49ers and -- surprise, surprise -- the Cleveland Browns . As chic as it has become to rip the Browns, there is no denying they did a great job with their draft. They had a lot of picks and

    CBS Sports q
  • Beer-drinking gunman opens fire poolside in San Diego: media reports

    A man drinking a beer from one hand and brandishing a gun in the other opened fire beside a pool at a San Diego apartment complex on Sunday, wounding several people before being shot dead by police, according to local media accounts. An apartment complex resident who witnessed part of the incident told television station KFMB-TV, the CBS affiliate in San Diego, that five to seven victims were shot, before the gunman was slain on the scene by police. San Diego police were not immediately available to confirm details of the shooting, which was reported to have begun shortly after 6 p.m. local time at the Ja Jolla Crossroads Apartments in the University City section of San Diego.

    Reuters

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