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  • Woman Partially Sucked Out Of Southwest Plane Died Of Impact Trauma: Report

    An airline passenger who was killed Tuesday when an engine explosion caused a

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  • Frisky neighbors need curtains

    Dear Amy: My husband and I live next to a married couple who are about our age (late 30s). Our condos are close (less than 12 feet apart), and some of our windows face each other. They removed all of the curtains and blinds about a year ago. We absolutely try to avoid looking into their house, and we've angled our blinds to obstruct our view most of the time. But even walking through our house, you can see into most of their house clearly without even trying. A month ago, I caught a view of our neighbor in his living room. The husband was sitting on the sofa in the living room, totally nude, clearly in a sexual position. A few weeks later, my husband saw the exact same scene as he checked the

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  • Queen puts foward son as next head of Commonwealth

    Queen Elizabeth II, the Head of the Commonwealth, opened the Commonwealth summit for what may be the last time on Thursday voicing hope that her son would be allowed to carry on her role. Queen Elizabeth, who turns 92 on Saturday, welcomed leaders from the 53 Commonwealth nations -- mostly former colonies -- to Buckingham Palace for two days of talks that will include discussions on trade, marine protection and tackling cyber crime. In her opening speech, Queen Elizabeth spoke of her own "extraordinary journey" as head of the Commonwealth, which started under her father King George VI with the London Declaration of 1949.

    AFP
  • Ex-911 Operator Crenshanda Williams Gets Probation for Hanging up on Thousands of Callers

    A former 911 operator in Houston who hung up on thousands of people contacting emergency services has been sentenced. Crenshanda Williams, 44, was found guilty on Wednesday following a trial in Harris County of interference with emergency telephone calls after repeatedly hanging up the phone while working at the Houston Emergency Center (HEC) before she was caught and fired in August 2016, reports Click2Houston. Suspicions were raised when an audit of 911 calls to the HEC noticed a high volume of “short calls”—lasting less than 20 seconds—which were taken by Williams.

    Newsweek
  • A millionaire who buried treasure in the Rockies has offered one main clue

    Thousands reportedly have gone searching for the treasure Forrest Fenn says "is out there waiting" but they have had no luck so far.

    CNBC
  • TNT reporter asks LeBron James about death of Spurs coach's wife, gets slammed on social media

    A TNT basketball reporter was slammed on social media Wednesday night after asking LeBron James about the death earlier in the day of San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich’s wife. Allie LaForce came under fire for asking James the question immediately after his 46-point performance against the Indiana Pacers in Game 2 of an opening-round NBA playoff series, which helped James' Cleveland Cavaliers tie the series at two games apiece. James appeared to be surprised by the question, but gave a heartfelt answer, the New York Post reported. “Obviously I’m a huge Pop fan. I love Pop,” James said, using the coach's nickname. “That’s such a tragedy and my best wishes go out to Pop and his family. I know

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  • Trump finally tweets about Stormy Daniels, accidentally incriminates himself

    On Wednesday morning, President Trump claimed that a composite sketch of the man Stormy Daniels says threatened her in a Las Vegas parking lot in 2011 is of “a nonexistent man.” Trump retweeted a sketch of the man posted by a pseudonymous Twitter account, “Deplorably Scottish,” and wrote, “A sketch years later about a nonexistent man. A total con job, playing the Fake News Media for Fools (but they know it)!” Daniels claims the threat against her occurred in 2011, shortly after Trump’s longtime attorney and “fixer,” Michael Cohen, called In Touch Magazine and threatened to sue if the outlet ran an interview with Daniels recounting her affair. During a recent interview with Anderson Cooper, Daniels

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  • Paula Patton's Boyfriend Says He and His Wife Were 'Separated' Before Dating the Actress

    Paula Patton’s no home-wrecker, at least according to her new boyfriend.

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