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Sep 28, 2016

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  • Late baseball star Jose Fernandez's ex fiancée Carla Mendoza says heartbreak is 'unbearable'

    Days after the unfortunate demise of Miami Marlins star José Fernández, the fiancée of the late athlete, Carla Mendoza, has opened up about her "unbearable" heartbreak. In an emotional Instagram post, the nursing student praised the late athlete as a "passionate and raw human being". "My deepest love goes out to those who saw Jose as more than an athlete, but as a passionate, raw human being.

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  • Homeless Heard! ‘Broke’ Amber Has ‘Nowhere To Live’ After Johnny Depp Divorce

    Amber Heard has been busy at work distracting herself from her divorce from Johnny Depp, but when she returns home from filming Justice League, she may not even have a home to return to! Sources told OK! Magazine that the actress, 30, doesn’t have anywhere to live since she was kicked out of Johnny’s home. Heard and Depp, 53, settled their divorce in mid-August, with Johnny paying Amber a $7 million settlement, which she donated to charity. However, he got to keep the pair’s LA condo where the alleged domestic violence occurred while Amber had to move out. “Right now, she’s pretty broke,” a source said. “And Johnny moved his friends into the condo they used to share.” According to the insider,

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  • Alarm symptoms missed in bowel cancer emergency patients

    One in five bowel cancer patients diagnosed in an emergency had "red flag" symptoms that should have been picked up earlier, says a study in the British Journal of Cancer.

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  • Brad Pitt Releases a Second Statement on His Divorce

    In the full week since Brad Pitt released a statement to People regarding Angelina Jolie’s decision to file for divorce , there has been radio silence, even amidst reports he is being investigated for child abuse by the FBI and Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services for being verbally and physically abusive with one of his children on a flight from France to California. Pitt broke his silence this afternoon toAccess Hollywood, although his second statement did not address any of these allegations. Instead, Pitt announced he will not be attending tomorrow’s red carpet screening of Voyage of Time, a documentary he narrated (and where he’d likely have to take questions from reporters).

  • Bill Clinton Awkwardly Greets Melania Trump

    Um hi don't mind me just walking here ok bye!

  • A longtime friend of Corey Haim is naming names in a supposed rape coverup — including Corey Feldman

    A self-professed friend of Corey Haim is making some damning accusations about the former child star's rape. In a long public Facebook post, Greg Harrison, who said he was friends with Haim for the last 20 years of his life, names the person he claims raped Haim: actor and director Dominick Brascia. And Harrison goes even further — he says Corey Feldman was in on covering up the scandal. "I have had enough of the lies! I’ve had enough of all the deception and distractions to draw people away from the truth as told to me by Corey Haim. What I am about to say is not my opinion, it comes straight from the mouth of Corey Haim," Harrison wrote. "I have also had enough of listening to people accusing

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  • A toddler was abused since birth, and officials ignored it, a lawsuit claims. Now she is dead.

    When 2-year-old Glenara Bates died, she was 13 pounds — a weight more typical for a 3-month-old. The day she was killed, prosecutors say her father swung her and slammed her against a door. She cried … and then silence. The abuse Glenara faced likely wasn’t a shock to county officials in Ohio — she was briefly placed in foster care after she was born in January 2013. Still, officials placed Glenara back in her parents’ Cincinnati home, where, court records say, she endured abuse at the hands of her parents for the rest of her short life. A federal civil rights lawsuit filed by Glenara’s maternal grandmother, Desana Bradley, says that social services officials knew the toddler was being abused

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  • How do we know when we’ve fallen in love? My informal survey reveals three big patterns

    Two months and one day after our first date, a man I’ll call Daniel asked to come over to my place and talk about our relationship. “I like you very much,” he said after he’d arrived at my apartment in Washington, DC, “but I don’t know that this is a long-term thing.” He wanted to…

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