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  • One Group of People Is Acquiring HIV in Record Numbers, But We Don't Talk About Them

    They're 49 times more likely to contract HIV than the general population.

  • Amanda Bynes Makes Rare Appearance in Revealing Dress at Hollywood Hotspot

    The 29-year-old actress appeared braless when she showed up at Craig's restaurant.

  • Patriots sign receiver/returner Damaris Johnson

    FOXBORO -- The Patriots have taken to the free-agent market in order to help give themselves some offensive depth.

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  • Katie Price And Kelly Brook ‘Planning Wardrobe Malfunctions’ For Publicity?

    Both Kelly Brook and Katie Price have ‘fallen victim’ to the dreaded wardrobe malfunction in recent weeks, with Katie shocking fans when she accidentally flashed her bum on the red carpet for the Mockingjay Part Two film premiere. Not too long after that, Kelly flashed her own undergarments at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards, with a gust of wind blowing up the dress’ split and showcasing the former glamour model’s knickers. Speaking to Closer magazine, a source shared: “Kelly’s friends worry if her cheekily flashing her knickers was pre-planned.

    Stephanie Soteriou
  • Man Jailed After Attacking Girlfriend And Smashing Up Wedding – Just Because He Didn’t Want To Go

    Alex Rees, 26, went on a rampage when his partner Tayah Neild insisted he attend the ceremony where she was chief-bridesmaid. Judge Simon Newell told him: “What clearly happened that night is that you, having fallen out with your girlfriend and having certain personal differences about the wedding, rather than taking yourself off, you had too much to drink, assaulted her and caused substantial criminal damage to a number of cars and the wedding premises. Prosecutor Joseph Allman told the court how Rees had been in a relationship with Miss Neild for around 12 months before they were invited to the wedding of Jason and Laura Blockley.

    Anthony Pearce's Blog
  • SpaceX will try to land its next Falcon 9 rocket on solid ground, NASA says

    When SpaceX launches its Falcon 9 rocket again, the company will attempt to land the vehicle back on solid ground, Florida Today reported. If the company's landing is successful, it will be the first step toward making the Falcon 9 a reusable rocket. The "very exciting news" came from a NASA representative, who made the announcement today to members of the press at Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

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  • Kristen Stewart Looked Amazing at the Chanel Show in Rome (10 photos)

    Karl Lagerfeld was feeling theatrical this season for his 2015/16 Métiers d'Art collection. And when the greatest living designer of our time is in the mood for drama where does he go? To the source of course! For Lagerfeld that meant taking over the most famous studio in all of Europe, the legendary Cinecittà in Rome, which was founded by Benito Mussolini in 1937 and went on to become the home base for Fellini films, Ben-Hur, La Dolce Vita and countless other iconic movies. Of course Lagerfeld was not going to traverse the hallowed grounds of the Cinecittà without a little something of his own to show. The creative magpie has been directing shorts for the past several seasons (one of his most recent works was a Viennese-inspired number starring a singing Cara Delevingne and Pharrell Williams ). His latest, though, featured none other than campaign star Kristen Stewart as a moody young actress playing Coco Chanel. On Tuesday night in Rome, Lagerfeld screened Once and Forever , with KStew in attendance was well as Rooney Mara and a slew of editors flown in for the occasion. Wearing a black cropped jacket with silver embroidery (and nothing underneath) with high waisted leather pants and extensions in her hair, the star kind of looked the best she’s ever been. She seemed to stand taller, prouder, more confidently than usual. Perhaps embodying the soul of a fashion legend suits her!  The evening also included a showing of his latest collection, 87 glorious looks worn by iconic models like Catherine McNeil, Freja Beha, and Lara Stone (read: nary a Kendall Jenner in sight). They circled the elaborate set (which included a makeshift patisserie) wearing everything from everything from sheer lace gowns to cropped jackets and minidresses trimmed with pink ostrich feathers. Sporting kohl-rimmed eyes and Bardot hair, there also donned piles of costume jewelry (a Chanel trademark), pearl-trimmed sandals, and handbags made to look like old timey 16mm cameras. There were also men in full tweed looks and flouncy white blouses, denoting that Lagerfeld has picked on the new androgynous way of dressing. When the designer finally took his bow with his godson Hudson Kroenig by his side looking like a 1940s-era migrant worker, you could tell, even from a distance, that the designer was pleased with this particular performance. Long live La Dolce Vita! Follow us on Facebook , Instagram , and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.

    Sarah Cristobal
  • Airline Apologizes for 'Misunderstanding' After Attorney Blocked From Flight

    Bobby Abtahi, an Iranian-American, was waiting to board his flight from New York to Dallas on Monday, when a flight agent "informed me that I wouldn't be getting on the flight," he told ABC News via Skype. "I asked her why, and she said that because the captain and crew did not feel comfortable with me on board," Abtahi said. According to Abtahi, the crew told the agent that he "cut off a crew member on the way into the airport.

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  • These are Amazon’s best Cyber Week deals of the day for Tuesday

    If you thought the great deals on Amazon’s website would go away once Black Friday and Cyber Monday were behind us, think again. Amazon is offering killer deals on a wide range of products all week long, and Tuesday is no different. You’ve got deals of the day to enjoy, hundreds of Lightning deals that will come and go over the course of Tuesday, and plenty of other deals that offer big savings on the HDTVs, electronics, home goods and clothing you need this holiday season. Here are our picks for Amazon’s best bargains of the day. DON’T MISS: 10 best Cyber Week sales you can shop all week long Sony XBR49X830C 49-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2015 Model):

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  • Victoria’s Secret model Adriana Lima meets her match

    Adriana Lima's wax figure is unveiled at Madame Tussauds in New York. Angela Moore reports.

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  • Broncos have genuine concern about hits Osweiler's taking

    The Broncos can't put Peyton Manning back in until Brock Osweiler cools off - or until the QB needs to come out. Coach Gary Kubiak has concerns about the number of hits Osweiler is taking and wants that number trimmed.

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  • U.S. woman charged after social media backlash over dog's taped muzzle

    By Colleen Jenkins WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (Reuters) - A woman who sparked an international furor online after posting a photo on Facebook last week of her dog with its mouth duct-taped shut has been charged with animal cruelty in North Carolina, police said. “Taping the dog’s muzzle shut was a terrible decision on Ms. Lemansky’s part,” Cary Police Captain Randall Rhyne said in a statement on Monday.

  • How does my spousal Social Security benefit work?

    Understand the basics of spousal Social Security benefits, when you are eligible to apply, and how your age and employment history can affect your payments.

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  • (Sorta) Secret Bunker Designed for Nagasaki-Size Nuke Asks $17.5M (25 photos)

    Is there a better place to survive the apocalypse than this $17.5 million underground bunker? Not many that we know of. Its features are what preppers go to bed dreaming of: • Subterranean bunker built to withstand a 20-kiloton nuclear explosion, including a spring system to absorb the blast. • Three-foot-thick concrete walls. • Decontamination showers. • New secure air intake systems. • Six underground HVAC systems. • Solar power. • Two DSL broadband lines with static IP address. • A 100-yard outdoor firearm range. • First aid room. • Conference rooms and a classroom/theater. • Luxury apartments that can sleep 13, plus five staff bedrooms. Located in the vicinity of Tifton (“the Friendly City”) in southern Georgia, the Facility, as the property is known , is also pretty fancy. It has a modernized kitchen, a home theater that seats 15, and a game room for those long, post-apocalyptic nights. It was built in 1969 but extensively renovated in 2012. We’ve seen these kinds of properties before , but most of them have been converted underground missile silos , not custom-built homes. (There was also an intriguing home-under-a-home in Las Vegas , complete with faux above-ground features like “trees” and painted window “views” to make you feel like you weren’t, well, cooped up in a cave.) This one is supposedly the only privately owned bunker in the U.S., but given how secretive these matters tend to be, we’re inclined to wonder if that’s true. Designed as a compound for multiple families or groups to survive the end of days, the 16,000-square-foot bunker is divided into several sections. You enter the house from the surface, which looks like a big white garage, and immediately descend dozens of stairs to the home. The floor closest to the surface contains four separate apartments that sleep 13 people, and include dining and kitchen areas as well as separate bathrooms in each. Below that, you descend another staircase and walk through blast doors and then through another set of doors to the lobby and security area, which connects to the decontamination showers. There’s also a door here that leads  up a short staircase to the classroom. The main floor has the staff bedrooms, kitchen and dining area as well as the medical and business centers, workshop, weapons room, home theater, game/media room, and a bathroom. The property also includes a 32-acre farm with an above-ground house, which should help you survive all manner of end-time scenarios. However, it’s worth pointing out that protection from a 20-kiloton blast is impressive but hardly decisive. The bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, “Little Boy” and “Fat Man” were 15 and 21 kiloton blasts each, respectively, yet they pale in comparison to the bombs created in the fury of the Cold War. The most insane ever detonated was the Tsar Bomba , built by the Russians and set off in October 1961 on an island chain in the Arctic Ocean. It produced 50,000 kilotons of energy, almost four times as great as the Castle Bravo , the largest the U.S. ever set off. The Russians’ bomb shot a mushroom cloud 40 miles into the sky, would’ve given anyone within 62 miles third-degree burns, and broke windows in Finland and Norway, more than 500 miles away. But overall, no matter what shape the end of the world takes—zombies, nuclear holocaust, breakdown of the social order—it’s likely this bunker will be a relatively decent place to ride it out. More unique homes on Yahoo Real Estate: • Bunker-Like Underground Mansion Is One Way to Dodge Zoning Rules (51 photos) • Proven-Indestructible ‘Bunker Moderne’ Is Deeply Discounted (35 photos) • Secrets of L.A.’s 5-Stories-Underground Mansion (30 photos) • Comedian Steve Martin’s Utterly Unfunny Concrete Home (27 photos)

    Michelle Huffman
  • Carly Fiorina's False Claims About Defunding Planned Parenthood

    The following post first appeared on FactCheck.org. Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina falsely claims “the vast majority of Americans” support defunding Planned Parenthood. Actually, national surveys show the opposite: most Americans support continued federal funding for the group’s health services.Fiorina, who has...

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  • An undergrad English major’s literary analysis of Kobe Bryant’s “Dear Basketball”

    Kobe Bryant, shooting guard for the Los Angeles Lakers, broke up with basketball on Nov. 29. Bryant announced his retirement from the team through poetry, using personification, apostrophe (the rhetorical device for talking to someone who isn’t there), anthropomorphism, and repetition. The stanzas have no pattern, with some lasting one line, others three, and others…

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  • Sokovia Accords From Captain America: Civil War Details Revealed

    In Captain America: Civil War, the Sokovia Accords will serve as the Marvel Cinematic Universe's version of the Registration Act implemented in the Civil War comic series.The Accords, seen for the first time in the Captain America: Civil War trailer, have been implemented following Tony Stark's [...]

  • What Happens When a Harvard Engineer Gets Robbed?

    He designs a smarter home security system—without contracts, installation fees or sneaky salesmen. Discover a smarter way to protect your home today.

  • Here's how to find out if your Netflix was hacked — and fix it

    Netflix lets multiple people use an account at the same time, and this feature is great...

    Business Insider
  • Man successfully sues Apple for wiping photos from his iPhone

    Technically Incorrect: A British man goes to court because, he says, an Apple genius repaired his phone but disappeared all his photos.

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  • Amber Alert CANCELED: Police say man and 3-year-old are now in custody, girl safe

    The father and young girl were taken into custody about an hour after the alert was issued. The girl is safe, according to police.

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