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  • Willie Robertson of ‘Duck Dynasty’ Walks Daughter Rebecca Down the Aisle in Mexico Wedding

    Rebecca Robertson tied the knot with John Reed Loflin in Mexico on Saturday. The beautiful bride was walked down the aisle by her father Willie, Duck Commander CEO and star of the A&E reality series. Rebecca’s sister and former Dancing with the Stars contestant Sadie Robertson was one of the many wedding attendees to share their memories of the big day on Instagram using the hashtag #LoflinWeddedWife. “WOW WOW WOW what a wedding,” Sadie captioned a photo with the bride and family members Bella and Mary-Kate. “Every single moment was just absolutely priceless.

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  • Madonna Raised $7.5 Million for Charity, Yet Everyone Needs to Talk About Her Butt Implants

    From late Friday night until early Saturday morning, pop star and icon Madonna hosted a charity event in Miami. It was a night of glamour and trademark Madonna hijinks — which included everything from kissing a younger pop star (Ariana Grande) to politics (telling Trump what she thinks of him) to nostalgia (confessing she still loves Sean Penn and would marry him again). The goal of the event, you may be surprised to hear, was to auction off items from Madonna’s extensive collection of art, fashion, and memorabilia, as well as special gifts and opportunities donated by other celebrities.

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  • Video Appears To Shows Man Punching Kangaroo After Finding It Strangling Dog

    It may be one of the most bizarre battles fought in the animal kingdom.  A video uploaded to Facebook on Saturday appears to show a man punching a kangaroo in its face after coming across the marsupial attacking a dog.  The video, which has been viewed more than 3.6 million times as of Sunday afternoon, shows the man running up to the canine-kangaroo skirmish. “Well, we’re not sure what’s going on here but the roo has the dog, not the other way around,” a man narrating the video says. Upon seeing the man, the kangaroo pauses. The distraction allows the wriggling dog to break free, sparking a near eye-to-eye boxing match between the man and the kangaroo.  The man throws a punch at the kangaroo

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  • North Korea: Kim Jong-un's wife reappears in public after long mysterious absence

    The wife of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has reappeared in public after a nine-month-long absence. Ri Sol-ju emerged in public along with Kim during an air combat training competition conducted by the Korean People's Air Force and Defense (KPAF). Pyongyang's state-run mouthpiece Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) reported the event without many details about the presence of Ri.

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  • Pregnant Tori Spelling Steps Out with Her Family for Early Christmas Celebrations

    It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas for the Spelling-McDermott brood! The family of six attended the 6th Annual Santa’s Secret Workshop in West Hollywood benefiting L.A. Family Housing, an organization that aides the homeless.

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  • Here's how much an IUD costs with Obamacare — and without

    The incoming presidential administration has women concerned about access to contraception. In...

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  • Dorothy Kilgallen’s tell-all on a Mafia don might have got her killed

    On the night before her shocking death, Dorothy Kilgallen, a star panelist on the hit TV game show “What’s My Line?” correctly guessed the occupation of a mystery guest: a woman who sold ­dynamite. The glamorous, razor-sharp Kilgallen delighted viewers, but behind the scenes, the dogged and courageous reporter was hot on the trail of the biggest story of her life: the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. After an autopsy, the city’s chief medical examiner, James Luke, put on Kilgallen’s death certificate: “Acute Ethanol and Barbiturate Intoxication, Circumstances Undetermined.” Luke ruled her death accidental, caused by a combination of sleeping pills and booze. Quickly closing the case, the city left a tarnished image of Kilgallen as a possible drug abuser and alcoholic.

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  • This painting was looted by the Nazis, then seized from my living room

    Two agents from U.S. Homeland Security’s ICE unit arrived at my door in September looking for a Polish lady — not a person, but a painting: Melchior Geldorp’s “Portrait of a Lady.” She had, they informed me, been looted by the Nazis from the National Museum in Warsaw. Unsure if these gentlemen were indeed who they claimed to be, I didn’t invite them in. But I knew exactly what they were seeking: My partner, David, and I had purchased this very portrait — ostensibly the work of a different artist — a decade earlier from a major auction house in New York.  Upon their leaving, I stood dumbfounded, holding a packet of information about the alleged provenance of our painting. After calling David at

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