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Feb 11, 2016

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  • Meet The Meteorologists Raising Temperatures in Provocative Outfits

    The dresses worn by overseas meteorologists are deemed too racy for American audiences.

    Inside Edition
  • An Overlooked Method To Pay Off Your Credit Card


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  • Missing woman's body was in Walmart parking lot for months

    The body of a missing California woman likely sat in a Walmart parking lot for months before anyone noticed, according to authorities.  Lauren Moss, 22, was reported missing out of Seaside, Calif., in mid-November, according to Monterey County Sheriff’s Office Cmdr. John Thornburg. Her body was found parked in a car in a Walmart parking lot in Salinas, Calif., last week, according to authorities. While toxicology results are still pending, it’s believed that the cause of death was likely a suicide. Store employees reported that the vehicle had been there for some time, had tinted windows and didn’t appear out of the ordinary, Salinas Police Cmdr. Vincent Maiorana said. Security camera footage

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  • Colleagues Recall Shock and Horror After Journalist Committed Suicide on Live TV: 'I Didn't See the Gun'

    The morning of her death, WXLT-TV talk show host Christine Chubbuck appeared in good spirits. The stylishly dressed 29-year-old arrived early for her morning talk show, Suncoast Digest, in Sarasota, Florida, and asked that her live broadcast be recorded. Although the request was unusual, technical director Linford Rickard didn't think much of it.

  • Peyton Manning Tells Jimmy Fallon Why He's Used To Eli's Sad Face

    Eli is really happy for you. We promise.

  • Trump’s Shocking Suggestion for What to Do About North Korea’s Kim Jong-un

    New Hampshire voters gave Donald Trump his first victory in the Republican presidential primary on Tuesday, and less than 12 hours later he fed red meat to the most radical among them when he speculated about assassinating the leader of North Korea on live television. Whether it’s theater or Trump’s version of throwing darts at what he calls political correctness, Trump is plainly testing the limits of presidential protocol. You can only watch so many rallies where Trump calls for bringing back torture, killing the wives and children of suspected terrorists, and banning all Muslims from entering the country without coming to some conclusions about how he would behave in the White House.

    The Fiscal Times
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  • Mark Cuban: Definitely Do Not Vote for This Candidate

    The New Hampshire primary added another dramatic turn to the 2016 presidential race, with candidates running on anti-establishment platforms trouncing more moderate challengers. Real estate mogul Donald Trump, the Republican front-runner, took 35 percent of the vote, more than twice that of the second-place finisher, Ohio governor John Kasich. Meanwhile, Vermont senator Bernie Sanders received a whopping 60 percent of Democrats' votes, with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton--the narrow victor in last week's Iowa caucuses--finishing a distant second. Well-known entrepreneurs took to Twitter and other platforms to voice their opinions about the primary results and their thoughts on what's

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  • Jim Fassell says Cam Newton’s gold shoes were his undoing in Super Bowl

    Cam Newton didn’t lose Super Bowl 50 because Denver’s defense batted him all over the field. No, this is why Cam Newton lost the Super Bowl, former NFL coach Jim Fassel said Wednesday during an appearance on Mile High Sports 1340 in Denver: “All of the numbers pointed to Carolina. And when I saw Cam Newton walk out in gold shoes — ‘MVP’ — I switched my mind, essentially, right then. I said, ‘That’s not what a starting quarterback, MVP, leading his team — and I had a lot of respect for him during the season — that’s not what happens.’ You don’t do that. And I said, ‘This guy’s already become soft,’ and that’s what he was.” A reminder: Newton didn’t even wear the gold shoes during the game, jettisoning

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  • The final Batman v. Superman trailer is here and it's intense

    Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice is just a month away, so we have time for one more trailer before the big fight. (Though from an unofficial source, it seems.) Here, we finally get to see the Dark Knight and Man of Steel throw a few good punches at each other, making this probably the best trailer the movie has going for it. But we also finally get to see Wonder Woman not only speak but spring into action on the battlefield. Just watch this. Batman v. Superman hits theaters on March 25th.

    The Verge

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