Sep 20, 2017
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“I’m hoping that people don’t feel satisfied because they saw a lot of people win, and then think that
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A mother shopping with her young son in Target was caught off guard when an elderly man gave the toddler a $20 bill -- but when he explained himself, she was reduced to tears.
While Trump was speaking about how the United States “bears an unfair cost burden” for maintaining the U.N., a cutaway showed members of the Zimbabwean delegation in various states of what looked like slumber, confusion and contentment. With an economic crisis at home in Zimbabwe and preparations underway for a general election in 2018, Mugabe is probably in need of some rest. The nonagenarian leader has also been plagued by illness in recent years: Mugabe makes regular trips to Singapore for medical check-ups and has suffered problems with his eyes, though government officials have downplayed his ailments.
On Sunday, a Twitter user named @bigotbasher shared a photo of a man riding a bus in Seattle while wearing a swastika armband. Later, he received a text from someone saying the nazi was spotted out and about around town. Within 90 minutes of his initial tweet, video of the man getting punched and knocked out hit the Internet. Here’s how it all went down: Someone texted the user and said the nazi was spotted in downtown Seattle. Someone else independently tweeted that they saw the swastika-wearing man. Then, someone on Facebook shared a photo with the caption: ‘Just watched a nazi get knocked the f*ck out.’ The Facebook user told Buzzfeed how he came across the altercation: “I literally just got
Woman at Center of Kevin Hart Sex Extortion Scandal Steps Forward with High-Powered Lawyer
After spending most of this year unemployed and silent, Robert Griffin III decided this morning to speak up and give his side of the story of his career. Spurred by former teammate Santana Moss ripping him, Griffin took to social media and explained that he thinks he never had a chance in Washington. Griffin wrote [ more]
She was near the end of her hike with a colleague and their dogs on Monday when suddenly she heard a deafening, unfamiliar bang. “I look up, and I see my dog, and she was bleeding,” Valley Calderoni of Squamish, British Columbia, told the CBC. The dog stumbled and then fell over, bleeding. “All I can see is my dog getting shot — her face, her eyes looking at me with absolute disbelief.” Calderoni ran to the 4-year-old dog, Kaoru, who worked with children with autism and people with emotional problems as a therapy dog at Canine Valley, the rehabilitation center where Calderoni works. Calderoni held the dying dog. That’s when her colleague, Markie Blackburn, yelled: “Put the gun down.” The dog
Halle Berry is sheer perfection — and so is her Kingsman: The Golden Circle premiere dress. The actress showed off her legs during the film's premiere in London Monday, donning a see-through Elie Saab ensemble for the event. Berry plays Ginger, a glasses-wearing tech support agent in the spy-focused action film, a sequel to the 2014 film Kingsman: The Secret Service. The black gown features a high neckline, transparent skirt and large, velvety floral details. A little turn showed off the star's stellar backside. She topped off the look with her hair pulled up in a voluminous bun, understated jewelry and natural-looking makeup. This isn't the first time Berry, 51, has shown off her body positivity
In a photo she posted to Facebook, Kynse Leigh, a recent organ-transplant recipient, stands in front of her house and some downed tree branches while making a plea through a hot-pink-lettered sign: “Hot single female seeks sexy lineman to electrify her life.”
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Ripio Credit (formerly BitPagos), the project that reached the finals at last year’s TechCrunch
Matternet, a startup building autonomous drones for delivery, has been working to commercialize its
A new survey of employers shows moderate price hikes in health benefits in spite of turmoil in the
Poor nations get high marks for meeting important goals. But the Gateses warn that deep aid cuts and donor
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