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May 26, 2016

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  • Former Brothers Help Each Other in Their Transition to Becoming Sisters

    Despite being born as males, Chloe said that they have both "always felt like women."

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  • Maniac Attacks Dad With Daughter in Men’s Room at Walmart

    Christopher Adams was suckerpunched by a hate-filled shopper for letting his 5-year-old daughter use the boys room in an eerie echo of the trans panic sweeping America.

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  • It may have been quickly censored, but a sex tape is the talk of China

    As sex videos go, this one was pretty tame: two minutes of shaky cell phone images showing little more than the nude back and shoulders of a moaning woman. In front of her, the skyscrapers of Shanghai’s Lujiazui financial district glittered through floor-to-ceiling windows. No celebrities; no frontal nudity; no fetishistic quirks. Yet the video became a viral sensation this week in China, where pornography is strictly banned. The country’s censors have scrubbed it from the web — on Thursday, searches for “Lujiazui” on Sina Weibo, China’s Twitter equivalent, yielded nothing video-related.  But a flurry of chatter on popular chat apps, and even a surprising stock price fluctuation, suggest that

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  • Johnny Depp Hits Back at Amber Heard, Doesn't Want to Pay Her Spousal Support in Divorce

    The 'Pirates of the Caribbean' actor has responded to Heard's filing, questioning their date of separation.

    Entertainment Tonight
  • We Now Know Why Peyton Manning Hasn't Sued Al Jazeera For Those HGH Allegations

    Remember how mad Peyton Manning was when Al-Jazeera reported that he was a big ol’ HGH user? Why hasn’t Manning been more litigious about this? A person familiar with Manning’s strategy who was not authorized to speak publicly told USA Today Sports in a recent conversation that the former quarterback has decided after a dozen conference calls with attorneys that he doesn’t want to spend the time and money necessary to file a lawsuit that would make public the personal records and private lives of both he and his wife Ashley.

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  • This is how you Snapchat while climbing Mount Everest

    Cory Richards had just summited Mount Everest, without oxygen, and his attempt to share his hard won victory with the world was being scuttled by the most mundane of tech issues. Richards and Adrian Ballinger, his climbing partner for this expedition, had been Snapchatting their goal to summit Everest for more than a month, posting photos and videos daily to their shared account EverestNoFilter. Ballinger turned around during the summit bid, heading back to camp after reaching almost 28,000 feet above sea level on Tuesday Everest time, but Richards pressed on, making it all the way to the summit. “We actually sort of failed to Snap from the top of the world,” Richards told Mashable Thursday during a phone interview from Everest base camp.

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  • Missing hiker kept journal of deadly ordeal: 'When you find my body, please call my husband'

    An Appalachian Trail hiker whose remains were discovered last year survived at least 26 days after getting lost, kept a journal of her ordeal and ultimately resigned herself to the idea she was going to die and it could be years before her remains were located, according to investigatory documents. Geraldine Largay, who was from Brentwood, Tennessee, hiked to higher ground in a failed attempt to get a cellphone signal, and text messages sent to her husband went undelivered, the documents show. "When you find my body, please call my husband George ... and my daughter Kerry," Largay, who was 66 years old, wrote in a page that was torn out of her journal. The Maine Warden Service on Wednesday released more than 1,500 pages of documents related to the search for Largay in response to Freedom of Access Act requests by several media organizations.

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  • MSNBC's Chuck Todd grills Hillary Clinton over brutal State Department report

    MSNBC's Chuck Todd grilled Hillary Clinton over the scathing inspector general's report released...

    Business Insider

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