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May 3, 2016

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  • Ashley Sawyer Dies: MTV ‘Catfish’ Subject Was 23

    Ashley Sawyer, who appeared on Season 2 of MTV’s Catfish , has died. She was 23. The cable channel confirmed today that she died in Alabama during the weekend, but no cause of death was given. "MTV is deeply saddened to learn that Ashley Sawyer has passed away," the network said in a statement. "Our condolences, thoughts and prayers go out to her family and friends." Sawyer appeared in the 2013 "Ashley & Mike" episode of Catfish , the docuseries that brings together couples…

  • New single-family homes at Lee’s Parke Executive


    Award-winning & amenity-filled community within 2 miles of I-95, Rt.17 & 2 VRE stations! From the $300s.

  • Teen filmed pleasuring herself on public bench found guilty

    FALMOUTH, England — A teenage woman who was filmed pleasuring herself on a bench on Lemon Plaza in Truro told magistrates she had no recollection of the event and it was a "massive source of embarrassment." The 19-year-old, of no fixed address, told officers after her arrest that she did not remember anything about it. At Truro Magistrates’ Court she pleaded guilty to intentionally exposing herself, intending that someone should see, and causing alarm or distress; and to criminal damage to a window costing £100 to repair. Alison May, for the CPS, said the teenager was seen lying on the bench, being sexually active. She was clearly heavily intoxicated at the time, and was removed by the police.

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  • Beyonce Ditches Jay Z and Her Wedding Ring for the Met Gala, Goes Flesh Tone With Latex Dress

    Meanwhile, Bey's younger sis Solange channels 'Lemonade.'

  • The FBI is hunting for a man who poured suspicious liquid on Whole Foods' buffets

    The FBI is searching for a man suspected of trying to contaminate food at a Whole Foods store in...

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  • Malia Obama's suspicious gap year

    We learned over the weekend that the so-called "daughter" of Emperor King Barack Hussein (Insert Malevolent Dictator Name) Obama will be attending Harvard University. Or will she? Buried in the White House's two-sentence statement is this gem that the administration surely hoped would go unnoticed: "Malia will take a gap year before beginning school." A gap year? What kind of subterfuge is this? Malia Obama graduates from high school this year but won't move on to Harvard until 2017. As with everything the Obamas do or have ever done, this seems highly suspicious. And I'm not the only one who thinks so. Twitter, the thinking man's Internet platform, erupted in outrage over Malia's acceptance

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  • Following Kobe Bryant's retirement, we take a look back at the 1996 NBA Draft

    When NBA fans think "best draft ever," the 2003 draft often comes to mind, which saw superstars LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony, Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade all selected in the top five picks. And while that class holds up as arguably the best ever when expanded out to solid second-round picks like Kyle Korver, Mo Williams and Zaza Pachulia, if you delve just a little deeper into draft history, another year stands out for the magnitude of the stars it produced. The year was 1996, when future league legends like Kobe Bryant and Allen Iverson realized their dreams of becoming NBA players. As is the case with every draft, however, teams didn't exactly get it right. For instance, Bryant - a future five-time

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  • How to get a cheap airfare, according to a guy who sets the prices for American Airlines

    Getting a cheap airline fare has become an art form, with websites that predict spikes in prices to the day, and theories abounding online about when exactly is the perfect time to buy. But all that strategizing masks the simpler truth, just revealed by an airline insider: The cheapest fares are on days when fewer…

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