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Aug 27, 2016

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Any lingering self-doubt quickly dissipates today as witty Mercury and friendly Venus hang out with buoyant Jupiter. You are truly inspired now as new ideas increase your options and bolster your self...

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  • You Should Never Ask For a Slice Of Lemon In Your Drink

    There’s something about summer that makes us want to put citrus into every single drink. Beer? A slice of orange. Cuba libra? Lemon. Mojito? Bring on the limes.

    Yahoo Beauty Staff
  • Pence Recaptured After Fleeing Trump Campaign Bus

    VIRGINIA (The Borowitz Report)—Calling it a “scary moment” and a “close call,” Donald Trump’s campaign officials confirmed that they had recaptured Mike Pence after the Indiana governor attempted to flee the campaign bus in the early hours of Friday morning. According to the campaign, Pence had asked to stop at a McDonald’s in rural Virginia so that he could use the bathroom, but aides grew concerned when the governor failed to reappear after twenty minutes. After determining that Pence had given them the slip, Trump staffers fanned out across the Virginia backcountry, where the governor was believed to have fled. News that Pence had vanished touched off a panic in Indiana, where residents feared that he might return to resume his political career.

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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'

  • Mom Drowns While Saving Son After He Fell in Lake: 'An Amazing Mother'

    The selfless woman jumped into a lake to rescue her little boy, drowning as she held him above the water on her chest, police said.

    Inside Edition
  • 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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  • 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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  • Jennifer Aniston on the Health Issue That's Been Holding Her Back

    "I learned that I had been wrong all this time.​"​

    Marie Claire

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