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  • Two men arrested after dog dies having its throat cut on Snapchat

    Two men have been arrested in Louisiana, USA, after video emerged of them allegedly abusing a dog before killing it by cutting its throat while recording the incident on Snapchat. The video was shared over 5,500 times and Gospin updated it to say that the two men were arrested and charged with one count of animal cruelty and one count of conspiracy. In the video, one of the men is seen tying rope around the animal's throat, in the next scene the dog is seen clinging to the back of a horse as the man makes the horse buck.

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  • Abandoned puppy has the most adorable reaction when he spots a human

    This pup knows exactly how to steal the heart of any human. While out on his daily run, this YouTuber spotted a stray puppy begging for a belly scratch. According the to video's description, the dog was abandoned in a field away from the nearby village. Obviously it's pretty hard to leave such a friendly dog alone, so the man filming the incident, brought the dog home, gave it some food and water and called his local animal rescue.  The pup ended up finding a loving home, full of belly rubs. Barbra Streisand and 'Donald Trump' sing a rousing duet of 'Anything You Can Do' Refined cat likes to relax with some classical music Kerry Washington can't escape the horrors of group texting Dev Patel does a mean Australian accent in new trailer for 'Lion'

  • Julian Assange tells Megyn Kelly why WikiLeaks isn't releasing dirt on Donald Trump

    On Wednesday's Kelly File, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange told Megyn Kelly that his organization would release potentially "significant" information on Hillary Clinton before the November election, and on Thursday's show, Kelly played the part of the interview where Assange talks about Donald Trump. "You're clearly not rooting for Hillary, but are you rooting for Trump?" Kelly asked. "No, I mean, if we have good information on Trump, we publish that," Assange said. "You know, some people have asked us, 'When will you release information on Donald Trump?'" Assange said later. "And of course we're very interested in all countries, to reveal the truth about any candidate, so people can understand,

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  • Snakes on a cell tower: T-Mobile photo full of nope nope nope

    There are some things you just hope to never see while you're working. A writhing bundle of snakes is one of those things (unless you're a herpetologist). A T-Mobile field engineer climbed up a cell tower and made a discovery that will give some people nightmares: a mass of snakes all coiled around each other and the tower equipment. T-Mobile posted the image to Twitter on Tuesday and challenged its followers to come up with some movie titles based on the photo. T-Mobile's suggestion is "Snakes on an Array." Twitter users did not disappoint. Potential film titles included "Tower Medusa," "High Power Coils," "Snakenado," "Towering Inserpento" and "Slithering Heights." While a lot of snakes tend

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  • Olympic Rower Henrik Rummel Is Fine With His Bulge Being Out There, Not So Fine With His Mom Seeing It

    Rower Henrik Rummel is an Olympic medalist and Harvard graduate. In our continuing coverage of all things bulge, Cosmopolitan.com spoke with Rummel about his Olympic body, all of it, and why he’s OK with it being a talking point although in his mind, there’s nothing really to talk about.

  • Indonesian man arrested as 650 pangolins found dead in freezers

    Indonesian authorities have seized more than 650 dead pangolins hidden in freezers and arrested a man. The critically endangered species is a delicacy in parts of Asia and is used in traditional medicine. Police found the animals when they raided a house in Jombang district on the main island of Java, after neighbours became suspicious about the number of freezers at the property. The 55-year-old house owner has been arrested as a suspect. He could face five years in prison and a fine of 100m rupiah ($7,500) for breaking wildlife protection laws. The pangolins were found wrapped in plastic and stored in five large freezers, East Java province police spokesman Raden Prabowo Argo Yuwono told news

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  • Pet pig adopted from Craigslist, shot for food

    A squealing pet pig with a pickax in its back was running for its life Wednesday as a man with a rifle chased it through Kings Park. Men putting in a new sunroom in the east Macon-Bibb County neighborhood were first alarmed by gunshots, then the sight and sounds of the wounded animal. “It was one of the most disgusting things I’ve ever witnessed before. It was a horrible thing that happened,” said Brian Walls, who was installing windows at a nearby house when a man with a .22 rifle shot the pig in the side. After a second gunshot, Walls figured the pig was dead and tried to ignore what was happening until he heard the pig’s painful cries. “We were in shock to see him out here with a gun shooting

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  • My wife doesn’t work, splurged $10,000 — and wants her name on my home

    This husband’s savings are being depleted by a partner who likes to spend.

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