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Oct 1, 2016

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  • Gwyneth Paltrow Takes a Sandy Snooze in a Tiny Blue Bikini

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  • Hillary Clinton calls Bernie Sanders supporters uninformed basement dwellers in hacked audio clip

    Hacked audio of Democrat Hillary Clinton speaking with donors about her then-primary rival, Sen. Bernie Sanders, in February shows the nominee describing Sanders' supporters as uninformed and idealistic "children of the Great Recession" who are "living in their parents' basement." In this election, Clinton says, there "is a strain of, on the one hand, the kind of populist, nationalist, xenophobic, discriminatory kind of approach that we hear too much of from the Republican candidates," while, "on the other side, there's just a deep desire to believe that we can have free college, free healthcare, that what we've done hasn't gone far enough, and that we just need to, you know, go as far as, you

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  • From Soko to Carla Bruni to Lou Doillon, Why Parisian Musicians Have Stellar Style

    This past week, a clique of rowdy, dress-donning boys caught our attention at Paris Fashion Week as they huddled outside Rochas. Turns out, the chic riffraff was the arm-candy of none other than French musician Soko, who managed to stand out even in a crew of offbeat matronly-attired bros. The singer wore a shimmering fern green Rochas dress and threw a bubblegum pink Zana Bayne harness into the mix—coolly cutting the sweet of the whole look. Refreshing? Yes! And it was far from the Left Bank stereotype that is so often associated with Parisian style. And yet, what is it about Parisian style that lends itself so well to music, or vice versa? Emmanuelle Seigner and Carla Bruni, both known for

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  • Robin Williams' Widow Wrote a Devastating Piece About Her Husband's Mental Disease

    In 2014, Robin Williams took his own life at the age of 63. It wasn’t until an autopsy was performed that his family learned he had a neurological ailment called Lewy Body Dementia (LBD), a disease similar to Alzheimer’s. LBD attacked parts of his brain, making the once vibrant man depressed, anxious, and paranoid, almost unrecognizable to his loved ones. Williams’ wife of three years, Susan Schneider, wrote an essay about her husband’s deep slide into neurological disrepair, something she and Williams felt helpless to stop.

  • South Korean president urges N. Koreans to defect

    South Korean President Park Geun-Hye called on North Koreans to abandon their country Saturday and defect, just a day after a soldier walked across the heavily fortified border into the South. In a rare message directly addressed to rank-and-file troops and North Korean citizens, the president invited North Koreans to relocate to the "bosom of freedom" in the South. The call comes a month after North Korea's deputy ambassador to Britain defected to South Korea, handing Seoul a major propaganda coup at a time of rising tension on the divided Korean peninsula.

  • Dear Abby: Mean girl bullies my daughter

    DEAR ABBY: I’m about to get custody of my daughter after four years, so I’m a little out of the parenting etiquette loop. A friend of mine has a daughter, “Autumn,” who is an absolute terror and a bully. The girl has been rude to my daughter during the times she has visited. I know I won’t be able to avoid social functions because Autumn’s family is always invited to a mutual friend’s events. My daughter wants nothing to do with her, and I don’t know how to easily avoid play dates. Please advise. — PERPLEXED IN THE WEST DEAR PERPLEXED: Talk to Autumn’s parents about her behavior, so it can be corrected. If you are worried about your daughter having to interact with the girl, suggest that she

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  • Guilty plea for man caught on video delivering fatal blow

    One backhand blow. One death. Seven years in prison. That’s the punishment for Roger Perry, the drifter who fatally decked Miami Beach’s Mohammed Hussein, a crime that was caught on video and that shocked South Florida. Perry, 55, pleaded guilty to manslaughter Friday, his head hung low as prosecutor Jonathan Borst read a letter from the slain man’s daughter. “The pain and the grief will likely linger in our hearts for the rest of our lives,” the victim’s daughter, Hafsa Hussein, wrote to the judge. “There is a stabbing pain that hits us every time we realize any accomplishments or joys in our life will not be shared with him.” Perry did not address the court, other than to accept the plea deal.

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  • 2018 Jeep Wrangler Pickup: 5 Trucks It Needs to Live Up To

    Despite not offering trucks for decades, Jeep has a rich history of building iconic pickups. Here are 5 of the most memorable.

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