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  • Kanye West Steps Up To Support Kourtney Kardashian And Scott Disick’s Children Following Their Split

    Thankfully, the little’uns have had Uncle Kanye West to rely on during this difficult time, with sources coming forward to reveal that Yeezus has been dedicating the time to make sure that his niece and nephews are well supported. 32-year-old Scott was spotted with an ex-girlfriend in the south of France just last week, and Kanye was apparently quick to step in and whisk little Mason away from the family drama, with Mase joining the Kardashian-Wests on a Fourth of July yacht party with Kim’s best mate, Larsa Pippen, and her daughter, Sophia. In fact, they were having such a good time together that Kim Kardashian even took to her Instagram page to share a pic of Sophia, Mason, and two-year-old North West as she gushed about how bloomin’ glad she was that all of the kids were BFFs.

  • Mortgage Rates Take Huge Dip - 2.67% APR


    Rates now at 2.67% APR with no points - $225K mortgage for $904/mo. Process is easy & quotes are free! (2.67% APR 5/1 ARM). Calculate new payment now.

  • Nicole Curtis's Pregnancy Announcement Isn't What You'd Expect

    Rehab Addict and Beach Flip star Nicole Curtis broke the news of her pregnancy through social media on Monday with an announcement that threw everyone for a loop. The 38-year-old host posted this picture of herself holding her dog Lucy on Facebook and

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  • Man shoots off firework from top of his head, dies instantly

    CALAIS, Maine (AP) — A 22-year-old man who was drinking and celebrating the Fourth of July tried to launch a firework off the top of his head, killing him instantly, authorities said Sunday.

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  • Brain Science Explains This 22-Year-Old's Tragic Death by Fireworks

    Devon Staples was making friends laugh with a mortar tube on his head and a lighter in his hand, and he accidentally ignited the firework. Here's why we can all relate to this story.

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  • Boycott Israel drive gains strength, raising alarm

    JERUSALEM (AP) — Ten years ago, a small group of Palestinian activists had a novel idea: Inspired by the anti-apartheid movement, they called for a global boycott movement against Israel as a nonviolent method to promote the Palestinian struggle for independence.

    Associated Press
  • 11 Celebrities Who Are Notorious Gold Diggers


    Have you ever wondered, "Why is he with her?" Conversely, you might be wondering, "Why is she with him?"

  • Expectant mother surprised by sonogram image

    Debbie King is 20 weeks pregnant with a daughter, and she recently underwent a routine ultrasound, like many pregnant women do around halfway through a pregnancy. King's much-beloved grandmother, Teresa King, passed away in 2012 but has remained very much in the hearts of her family members. Now Debbie feels even more that her grandma is still with her and watching over her as her family grows.

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  • We Are Seeing The Effects Of The Minimum Wage Rise In San Francisco

    As we keep trying to point out to people there really isn’t anything even remotely resembling a free lunch when it comes to the discussion of wages and labour. Meaning that just because well meaning liberals wave their magic wand and decree that wages will rise there will indeed be countervailing effects. Wages in San Francisco have been rising strongly so they’ve raised the prices of all their products in San Francisco strongly. A rise in wages will come out of either less labour being employed, lower profit margins (and fast food doesn’t have those wide enough to take the strain) or price increases to consumers.

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  • Two Americans, Briton gored in opening Pamplona bull run

    Two Americans and a British man were gored and eight others hurt on Tuesday as runners dashed ahead of six half-tonne fighting bulls in a fast first running of the bulls at Spain's annual San Fermin festival. A 30-year-old British man was gored between the legs in the perineum area, the regional government of Navarra, of which Pamplona is the capital, said in a statement. Runners, wearing traditional white clothing and red kerchiefs around their necks, tripped over each other or fell in the mad rush as they and the animals charged down a winding 846.6-metre (925-yard) course from a pen to the city's bull ring in two minutes, 23 seconds.


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