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  • Colton Haynes Officially Comes Out As Gay: ‘It Took Me So Long to Get to This Point’

    Former “Teen Wolf” and “Arrow” star Colton Haynes has publicly come out as gay after a social media post in January raised fan speculation about his sexuality. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly published Thursday, Haynes said that his family and friends had already been aware of his sexuality, but did not feel comfortable discussing the topic until now. “I should have made a comment or a statement, but I just wasn’t ready,” Haynes, 27, told the magazine.

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  • Trump For President: 15 Celebs Who Support Him


    These 35 Celebrities Support Trump For President. #7 Really Shocked Us

  • Don't Go to Chick-Fil-A, Mayor De Blasio Tells New Yorkers

    New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and other city officials are urging New Yorkers not to eat at Chick fil-A. The popular chicken restaurant is planning to open up a new location in Queens, its fourth to open in New York City. But the liberal mayor argued that the owners of Chick fil-A support groups that promote "hate" against gays.  "Chick-fil-A is anti-LGBT," he said in a statement, according to the website DNAInfo. "This group imparts a strong anti-LGBT message by forcing their employees and volunteers to adhere to a policy that prohibits same-sex love.  It is outrageous that Chick-fil-A is quietly spreading its message of hate by funding these types of organizations." He went on to call

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  • Within 24 Hours of Being Presumptive Nominee, Donald Trump Flips on Minimum Wage

    In the past, Donald Trump has said that the American wages are too high and repeatedly expressed the concern that raising the minimum wage would undermine American competitiveness in the global economy. As the New York Times noted, the billionaire showman told Wolf Blitzer on CNN Wednesday that he’s “open to doing something with” the minimum wage. Trump also described himself as “very different from most Republicans” on the issue.

  • I’m terminally ill — and my husband says he will disinherit my son

    She doesn’t know what will happen to her home after she’s gone.

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  • Developmentally Disabled Teen Found Dead with Uterus Removed After Accusing Stepfather of Raping and Impregnating Her

    Authorities described a grisly crime scene: 18-year-old Holli Jeffcoat's bloody body on the floor, her throat slit and uterus removed. In March, authorities arrested Holli's stepfather, James Holland, 39, for allegedly continuously sexually abusing Holli and her 15-year-old sister over a period of years – starting when Holli was 12 and her sister was 9. Last Friday, authorities arrested Holli's mother, Debi Bryant Holland, 38, for allegedly allowing her husband to abuse the girls.

  • Military Releases Insane New Flashlight to Public


    This powerful, military-grade flashlight could save your life. See why patriots everywhere are grabbing them up before they're banned.

  • Racist Rhodes jackass boasts about making white waitress cry

    A controversial Oxford University Rhodes scholar is in hot water after cheerfully recounting how he and his chums made a waitress cry “typical white tears,”  the website Heat Street reports. South African student Ntokozo Qwabe is a leader of the Rhodes Must Fall movement, which calls for the removal of any statues of British imperialist Cecil Rhodes — best known for his Rhodes Scholarship program. Unpopular with many in his own ranks because of his hypocritical use of a Rhodes Scholarship to attend Oxford, Qwabe has said Rhodes is “as bad as Hitler.” Writing recently on Facebook, Qwabe recalled how he and some pals were at a cafe in Cape Town when their bill arrived. But instead of filling in

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  • Mount St. Helens Is Recharging Its Magma Stores, Setting Off Earthquake Swarms

    When it comes down to it, volcanoes spend most of their existence not erupting. If you look at almost any volcano, it might have a bout of eruption for days to months at a time, then go quiet for decades, centuries or more. So when you think about the activity at any given volcano, you should not only concern yourself with what might be happening when the volcano is actually coughing stuff up (erupting), but also when, at the surface, things look perfectly calm. There are a number of ways to examine what a volcano was/is doing during these periods of repose. My research is like that of a historian, trying to understand what was going on before eruptions that have already happened. I do this by

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  • New York 'cement shoes' victim identified as Crips gangbanger 'Petey Crack'

    Police in New York have identified a man whose body washed up on a Brooklyn beach with "cement shoes" on his feet as a deep-in-debt 28-year-old gang member. The New York Police Department (NYPD) named the victim as Peter Martinez from Brooklyn, adding he was reported missing in February. Law enforcement officials told the Wall Street Journal he was a member of the Crips street gang who had "wronged someone".

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