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  • Ariel Winter went pantsless to show the world her new tattoo

    If you’re a fan of the Modern Family star, it should come as no surprise by now that Ariel Winter enjoys a…

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  • Yazidi girl held captive by Isis reveals she was raped every day for six months

    A Yazidi girl who escaped from the Islamic State (Isis) has told of how she was raped every day for six months by her captor. Ekhlas, who was 14 when she imprisoned, tried to escape jihadis in northern Iraq by climbing Mount Sinjar but was caught and held as a sex slave. In 2014, Isis began to target the Yazidis, an ethnic Kurdish group, which Isis believes are “devil worshippers”.

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  • Houston Stripper Maliah Michel Responds to Drake 'Retiring' Her Jersey

    The well-known and loved Houston stripper isn't quite ready to hang up her dancing shoes.

  • Henry Cavill’s mustache is causing a headache for the “Justice League” reshoots, and yes, this is a real thing

    For some reason, we’re living in the golden age of movie reshoots. It all started last year when we learned Lucasfilm’s Rogue…

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  • The Navy's newest, most sophisticated aircraft carrier doesn't have urinals

    Amid all its upgrades and advances, the US Navy's newest aircraft carrier, the USS Gerald R. Ford, is lacking one feature: urinals. Every bathroom on the Ford is, for the first time, gender-neutral, equipped with flush toilets and stalls, according to Navy Times. Bathroom-design experts have said sit-down toilets are less sanitary and take up more space, and most of the Ford's crew members are men. (Women are only about 18% of the Navy.) But the Navy has said getting rid of urinals has advantages for current and future operations. Making every bathroom accessible to all of the ship's sailors will also make things more convenient for sailors, the Navy has said. And bathrooms that can be used by

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  • Watch Barack Obama Put Anthony Scaramucci in His Place

    Anthony Scaramucci, who was named communications director by Donald Trump's White House on Friday, once had a bit of a sparring match with Barack Obama about Wall Street, the new communications director's old stomping grounds. In 2010, Scaramucci stepped up to a microphone to ask Obama a question during a televised event on CNBC. At the time, Scaramucci was running the investment firm Skybridge Capital.

  • Report: Celtics have called Cavaliers about potential Kyrie Irving trade

    Celtics fans aren’t the only ones thinking of ways Kyrie Irving could end up in Boston. Even though it would be hard to imagine last season’s No. 2 seed in the East trading one of the best players in the league to last season’s No. 1 seed in the East, ESPN’s Zach Lowe wrote Monday that the Celtics have indeed called the Cavs about the 25-year-old point guard.  Most teams, including the asset-rich Celtics, have placed the obligatory call letting Cleveland know they would like to be kept in the loop, sources say. Boston could offer Isaiah Thomas, Jae Crowder and one of their golden picks -- Brooklyn's pick next season, or the Lakers/Kings pick they got from Philly in the Markelle Fultz deal. It's

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  • 4-year-old boy can't contain emotion during stepmom's heartfelt wedding vows

    Emily Leehan, a senior airman in the Air Force, stood at the altar at Quincy Cellars in New York on Saturday to marry Marine Sgt. Joshua Newville and recited separate vows to his son Gage.

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