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Oct 28, 2016

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  • Mariah Carey’s Rep Confirms Star’s Split From Billionaire Fiance James Packer After Fight in Greece: Read the Statement

    Mariah Carey’s rep confirmed that the star split from her billionaire fiance, James Packer, after a fight in Greece — see the statement

    Us Weekly
  • This photo of a dog with a mouthful of ladybugs is freaking out pet owners

    The photo that Kansas veterinarian Lindsay Mitchell posted to Facebook looked so unreal and disturbing that some who saw it went right to the hoax-busting website Snopes to verify it. But that didn’t stop the photo from being shared more than 53,000 times since it went up last week. Mitchell, of Hoisington, Kan., posted a graphic picture of a dog with a mouthful of Asian lady beetles. Ladybugs aren’t so cute when 30 to 40 of them are stuck to the roof of a dog’s mouth. “This is the second pup I have seen like this today. If your pet is drooling or foaming at the mouth look for these lady bugs. They cause ulcers on the tongue and mouth and have a very painful bite,” she wrote on the Hoisington

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  • Transgender Model Stuns in Bathing Suit on the Cover of ELLE Brazil

    Models getting their own magazine cover these days is rare (Karlie Kloss might be pretty but the Kardashians sell copies), but Valentina Sampaio fronts ELLE Brazil’s November issue. Sampaio, who wears a blue bathing suit and a Burberry coat in the shot, made waves when she came out as a trans woman on International Women’s Day through a video for L’Oreal Paris for which she is an ambassador. “It comes from the soul.” She goes 2016’s Women’s Day was officially her first, Sampaio’s cover is not without precedent.

    Yahoo Style
  • Kim Kardashian Concierge Reveals New Robbery Details: ‘They Weren’t There for Jewels’

    ET sits down exclusively with the concierge during Kim Kardashian's robbery, who recalls the terrifying events of Oct. 3.

    Entertainment Tonight
  • Clinton nearly doubles lead over Trump in latest CNBC survey

    Clinton leads Trump by 46 percent to 37 percent among registered voters in a two-way race in new CNBC All-America Survey.

  • Dear Abby: Daughter, 5 kids abruptly move in

    DEAR ABBY: I have been with my wife for 16 years. She has a grown daughter who’s the mother of eight kids, but she only has five with her at this time. My problem is, the daughter got evicted, and all of a sudden she brought her belongings to the house. She didn’t ask or anything, she just showed up with the five kids and they are driving me up the wall. I already have two adolescent kids, so seven ain’t heaven. I have tried to talk with my wife, but she doesn’t listen. I’m fed up, Abby, and I’m looking for other accommodations. They have been here for two weeks and — by the way — my sons are now in school while her five are running wild in the house. Am I wrong for leaving? — NEEDS MY OWN SPACE

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  • On opening night, Jeremy Lin started a new chapter in his career

    Last year was a new experience for Jeremy Lin. It was his first season as a Charlotte Hornet. (Also his last, at least for the time being.) It was his first season playing off the ball. It was also his first playing almost exclusively as a bench player. More than 80 percent of Lin’s appearances came as a reserve. 2015-16 also saw Lin put up his highest usage rate since his breakout campaign as a Knick back in 2011-12 while setting a career-best turnover percentage mark. His role shrunk, but he used his time more wisely, and though he wasn’t tremendously efficient as a Hornet, Lin showed a level of versatility to his game. On Wednesday night, Lin entered his first season as a member of the Brooklyn

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  • Russell Wilson's injuries are even worse than we thought

    First, on the knee injury, Wilson told Seattle media he wasn’t supposed to play for four weeks. Wilson, with the help of a live-in therapist, never missed a game. Wilson has a pectoral injury he’s dealing with.

    Shutdown Corner

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  • Metro workers call for bigger focus on safety

    The largest union of Metro workers is renewing calls for more attentiveness to safety and heightened responsiveness from Metro leaders.

    Washington Post
  • District of Columbia sues Sanford Capital for 129 code violations

    For the second time this year, the District is suing a property management company over housing code violations that the city says have left tenants with bed bugs and rodents, and without heat and hot water. D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine filed the lawsuit against Sanford Capital LLC, citing 129 ...

    The Washington Times
  • MGM National Harbor foes fear oversaturation of casinos in Maryland

    The Dec. 8 grand opening of the MGM National Harbor's casino heralds new jobs and revenue in Prince George's County amid concerns that it will merely siphon revenue from Maryland's other gambling palaces rather than generate new tax dollars. Maryland's five other gambling houses raked in more than $97 million ...

    The Washington Times

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