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  • Cancer Patient Beaten to Death Outside of Illinois Treatment Center

    Shannon Vincel, a St. Louis native and a cancer patient, was beaten to death in Illinois after flying to the state to receive radiation treatments, according to reports. The 46-year-old travelled to Zion, Illinois on Monday for medical care and was attacked around 9:30 p.m. while she and another patient were waiting for a hospital shuttle to pick them up from their hospital residence, KSDK reports. "She was just sitting there waiting for the shuttle to pick her up and take her to treatment," Anita Adams, Vincel's mother told KSDK.

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  • 10 Truly Disgusting Facts About Ancient Roman Life

    Ancient Rome holds a mythic place in our imaginations. It’s the land of historical epics like Ben-Hur and Gladiator, where men in golden armor ride chariots and emperors are fed grapes in reclining chairs. Real life in Rome, though, was quite a bit less glamorous. In a time before modern sanitation and medicine, getting through an average day was a difficult task—and far more disgusting than you could ever imagine. 10 People Washed Their Mouths Out With Urine In ancient Rome, pee was such big business that the government had special taxes in place just for urine sales. There were people who made their living just from collecting urine. Some would gather it at public urinals. Others went door-to-door

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  • Simone Biles' fierce beach photo started an internet conversation on the male gaze

    After the Olympics competition ended, a few of Team USA's gold medal-winning gymnasts took a well-deserved beach day in Rio. When Simone Biles shared a shot of herself and teammates Madison Kocian and Aly Raisman displaying their strong gymnast abs, a Twitter conversation erupted, proving that women are subject to the male gaze no matter their accomplishments. SEE ALSO: Sound the alarms: Simone Biles finally met Zac Efron Firstly, here's the ab fierceness, posted by Biles on both Twitter and Instagram. Many Twitter reactions were from supportive women, in awe of the gymnasts' rock-hard abs: However, one Twitter troll shamelessly shared the picture with the caption, "y'all find this attractive? lmaaoo." One mic drop-worthy response succinctly shut him down:  Crystal's response not only comments on this particular situation, but also on the male gaze on a larger scale. Her tweet points out why men shouldn't comment on women's looks or bodies – because women don't exist to be looked at.  Biles, Kocian and Raisman's bodies are impressively strong and toned because they are three of the best gymnasts in the world, and not because they are trying to seem attractive to men.  Well done, Crystal. [ H/T: BuzzFeed ] BONUS: Doughnuts!

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  • Courteney Cox Gets Candid About Her Plastic Surgery Regrets

    In between physical changes and dealing with our culture’s obsession with youth, getting older is hard enough for anyone. But for women in Hollywood—and all the pressures and criticism that come with it—aging can be one of the scariest things out there. In a new television episode of Running Wild with Bear Grylls, actress Courteney Cox is finally speaking out about what that’s like. You May Also Like: Jennifer Aniston Writes Scathing Essay: I Am Fed Up. "Getting older is ...

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  • Exclusive: Rick Harrison Sets The Record Straight on Pawn Plaza

    Rick Harrison wants to clear up some things about Pawn Plaza, his container park shopping center next to Gold & Silver Pawn Shop, where Pawn Stars is filmed. In the past week, Smoke’s Poutinerie shuttered, as did Inna Gadda di Pizza and Pawn Donut. "I’ve had a few people moving out," Harrison tells Eater Vegas exclusively.

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  • Accused rapist sentenced to no jail time so he can have a ‘college experience’

    His nickname in high school was “David the Rapist,” according to one of his victims. Two seniors at a Massachusetts high school told police they were at a party with David Becker, 18, in April when they went upstairs to a bedroom and talked to Becker until they fell asleep. They said they woke up to Becker sexually assaulting them, and he apologized to one of the victims in a text message the next day, saying “Sorry, it’s my fault.” The victim responded with a text telling Becker “don’t even worry about it,” but later told police that she said this because “she did not know what else to say.” Becker said he had no sexual contact with one of the women, and said he thought his assault of the second

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  • I'm worth $1.5 million, and I'd never recommend paying off your mortgage early

    I hate debt. Owing money feels terrible and dirty. I’ve been there. Coming out of college, I had $60,000 in loans and it was suffocating. I can clearly remember the day that I made the final payment, 15 years later. I still have the letter that from Sallie Mae congratulating me on paying off my loans. Good riddance. However, I willingly have mortgage debt. My current home set me back $176,000 and I had the money to pay cash. I briefly considered it, but instead took out a mortgage. I kept the money invested, mostly in an S&P 500 index fund. Let’s take a look at how the experiment is coming along. DEBT RULES! (SOMETIMES)

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  • Megyn Kelly brutally interrogates Trump's new campaign manager on Fox News

    Fox News host Megyn Kelly backed Donald Trump's new campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, into a corner Monday night on The Kelly File when she asked Conway to square her self-proclaimed disdain for personal insults with her support for Donald Trump. Conway has argued that Trump doesn't personally attack people, a statement Kelly told Conway she has to know is "not true." But Conway stood her ground, pointing out that Trump doesn't attack "without being attacked first." "But does that excuse it?" Kelly asked, pointing out that, just recently, he called Morning Joe co-host Mika Brzezinski "neurotic" — and that certainly wasn't the first time Trump has called "female news personalities things like

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