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  • Is This a Tron Lamborghini or a Carolina Panthers Lamborghini?

    A real Tron light cycle would be cool, but imagine if there was also a real Tron Lamborghini. That’s exactly what this car looks like in Forza. It was done up as an homage to the film, but Carolina Panthers safety Roman Harper sees it in a very different light. If you’re familiar with the

    Boldride
  • UFC on FOX 15 Results: Luke Rockhold Submits Lyoto Machida

    Former Strikeforce middleweight champion Luke Rockhold earned an opportunity to potentially add a UFC belt to his trophy case on Saturday when he submitted second-ranked Lyoto Machida in the UFC on Fox 15 main event in New Jersey. Rockhold pressured Machida from the sound of the opening bell inside the Prudential Center. Machida landed first and looked confortable in the early going. During an exchange, Machida either slipped or was knocked down.

    MMA Weekly
  • Ohio woman's search for birth mother leads to co-worker

    YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (AP) — A 38-year-old woman's quest to find her birth mother ended in a surprising place — the company where she works.

    Associated Press
  • Alex Torres' new protective cap looks like a plush sofa

    Alex Torres is wearing MLB's new protective cap for pitchers, and the dude is rocking it. It's easy to get all self-conscious when you look like a rebel raiding Endor, but he's owning the bold fashion choice.

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  • Boeing Reveals the Secret Identity of Its Biggest Buyer

    "Her name was Lola, she bought an airplane..."

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  • Photos: Real Housewife Ramona Singer's Hamptons mansion for rent (34 photos)

    Ramona Singer of "The Real Housewives of New York City" has listed her mansion in Southampton, N.Y., for rent, asking $55,000 a week or $320,000 for the whole summer. It's the same home where she reportedly caught her husband cheating. Click here to read more about it on Yahoo Homes. Also on Yahoo Homes: • Peek into home of 'Empire's' Lucious Lyon — owned in real life by strip-club mogul (41 photos) • Indianapolis 'pimp house' could be Midwest's tackiest mansion (45 photos) • Here's how Hulk Hogan's ex spent some of that huge divorce settlement (50 photos)

    Yahoo Homes
  • Will Working Out Twice A Day Actually Help You Lose More Weight?

    An expert weighs in on the “Is more better?” debate

    Yahoo Health
  • OPEC Says US Oil Boom Will End This Year

    A confident OPEC stated that demand for its oil is likely to increase in 2015. Additionally, it believes that U.S production will decrease, starting this fall

    Oilprice.com
  • Jones throws 2 TDs, wins challenge at Ohio State spring game

    Already a statewide celebrity after guiding Ohio State to three postseason wins and the national championship last season, Cardale Jones made the most of his very first collegiate start at home. The senior-to-be completed 19 of 42 passes for 304 yards and two touchdowns to Corey Smith to lead the Gray to a 17-14 win over the Scarlet before a national spring-game record crowd of 99,391 at Ohio Stadium. ''It was pretty fun,'' Jones said. ''I hope I can carry it over to the fall.'' Jones also won a halftime quarterback challenge.

    The Associated Press
  • Bee all you can bee. Washington highway closed by overturned truck loaded with bees (14 photos)

    A semitruck carrying millions of honeybees overturned on a highway north of Seattle early Friday, scattering hives and sending white-suited beekeepers scrambling to save as many insects as they could. The truck had just merged onto Interstate 5 around 3:30 a.m. when it tipped on its side, dumping its load of 448 hives, or about 13.7 million bees, Washington State Patrol Trooper Travis Shearer said. The driver, a 36-year-old man from Idaho, was not hurt. The company that owns the insects, Belleville Honey and Beekeeping Supply of Burlington, sent beekeepers to recover as many as possible, and bees covered their protective suits as they worked. The bees became more active as the sun rose and the weather warmed, and firefighters had to spray a layer of foam on some of the boxes, killing the insects for safety. Many of the hives were still along the highway more than seven hours after the accident, when a front-end loader began scooping them up and dumping them into a dump truck, Shearer said. The majority of the hives had been crushed. "I'm sure they'll take that somewhere and try to save as many as they can, but they can do that someplace safer, away from the I-5 corridor," he said. The bees were being transported from Sunnyside, in central Washington, to a blueberry farm in Lynden, a city near the Canadian border about 100 miles north of Seattle, Shearer said. First responders and reporters alike swatted at the bees as they tried to do their jobs. "I think everybody there got stung," Shearer said. Seattle television station KIRO posted a video compilation of its on-scene reporter swatting the insects as he reported on the accident. Shearer urged drivers to keep their windows up and to "#beesafe when traveling through that area," as he wrote on Twitter. A man who answered the phone at the beekeeping company said he couldn't immediately answer any questions related to the accident. (AP) Find more news-related pictures in our photo galleries and follow us on Tumblr!

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  • Clarkson will 'start again' after leaving 'Top Gear'

    Jeremy Clarkson, the former star of television show "Top Gear", said Sunday that he would work on another motoring programme after being dropped by the BBC for hitting a producer. He revealed his pain at leaving "Top Gear", a hugely successful show which draws more than 250 million viewers around the world, but said he would "pick up the pieces and start again". The BBC last month announced it was not renewing Clarkson's contract after 12 years on the show, after the 55-year-old launched an unprovoked attack on producer Oisin Tymon.

    AFP
  • Grilled: Lexus seeks design edge over premium rivals

    Big may be beautiful, but Toyota Motor Corp's global design chief is betting that edgy is the way to go for the Japanese automaker's premium Lexus brand, specifically its signature 'spindle grille' design.     Tokuo Fukuichi, who is also Lexus' global chief, says the design shock-therapy gives the brand - and conservative Toyota more broadly - the stand-out face it previously lacked.     While some industry rivals and design experts say the jagged-edged, trapezoid grille is downright ugly, 63-year-old Fukuichi stands by the drastic makeover, saying it will give Lexus a "unique" edge over German rivals BMW (BMWG.DE), Audi (VOWG_p.DE) and Mercedes-Benz (DAIGn.DE) particularly in competitive emerging markets such as China, where buyers will pay more for a car that stands out from the crowd. Fukuichi, who was brought back to Toyota from a subsidiary in 2011 and as he was recovering from cancer, says Toyota for too long designed cars by committee – often of several dozen people.

    Reuters
  • 4 Biotech and Pharma Stocks Projected to Rise 50% to 100%

    247 Wall St. could not help but notice four analyst calls this past week in which upside of 50% to 100% was predicted for four biotech and specialty pharma stocks.

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  • You Are Who Your Pet Thinks You Are

    Your pet loves you unconditionally -- but do you offer yourself the same courtesy?Our furry friends bring us a lot of joy (and even some health benefits) but perhaps one of their quietest, yet best qualities is what they can teach us about loving ourselves. The short of it: Look at yourself the way your dog or cat looks at you. Self-acceptance...

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  • ESPN Reporter Britt McHenry Shouldn’t Be Punished for Tirade, Towing Company Says

    Britt McHenry, the ESPN reporter who was suspended for a week after she was caught on video berating a towing company employee, has just gained an unlikely ally: The towing company itself. The Arlington, Virginia-based Advanced Towing Company, where McHenry unleashed a tirade on April 6 after her car was towed, has issued a statement calling for forgiveness of McHenry.

    The Wrap
  • Why Hillary Clinton's foundation problem isn't going away

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    The Clinton Foundation is destined to be at the center of the fight for the presidency in 2016. "The foundation needs to continue to exist because it provides a valuable service to third-world countries," said Rep. G. K. Butterfield (D-NC). The foundation rakes in money from wealthy individuals, corporations, and even foreign countries, many of which have business before a federal government that Hillary Clinton wants to run. "They try to pretend they're something they're not," said one Republican aide on Capitol Hill, who accused Hillary Clinton of engaging in "faux populism" in her early days on the campaign trail.

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  • Thousands in Germany protest against Europe-U.S. trade deal

    By Noah Barkin BERLIN (Reuters) - Thousands of people marched in Berlin, Munich and other German cities on Saturday in protest against a planned free trade deal between Europe and the United States that they fear will erode food, labor and environmental standards. Opposition to the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is particularly high in Germany, in part due to rising anti-American sentiment linked to revelations of U.S. spying and fears of digital domination by firms like Google. A recent YouGov poll showed that 43 percent of Germans believe TTIP would be bad for the country, compared to 26 percent who see it as positive. The level of resistance has taken Chancellor Angela Merkel's government and German industry by surprise, and they are now scrambling to reverse the tide and save a deal which proponents say could add $100 billion in annual economic output on both sides of the Atlantic.

    Reuters
  • Steve Harvey Loses His Cool on ‘Family Feud’ on ‘This Week in Game Shows’

    Steve Harvey is one cool cucumber … usually. But on Family Feud, one team sent him over the edge. Also on “This Week in Game Shows,” it was “Couples Week” on The Price Is Right, where happy unions of all sorts assembled to compete for prizes. And on Let’s Make a Deal, see which costume made co-host Jonathan Magnum exclaim to Wayne Brady, “You’re gonna get sued.”

    TV In No Time