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  • Teen Allergic to Wi-Fi Commits Suicide, Parents Say

    The mother of a teen who committed suicide after suffering from what she calls a rare allergy to Wi-Fi is accusing her daughter’s school of failing to protect her.

    Rachel Grumman Bender
  • 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
  • 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.

  • 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
  • DeMarcus Cousins, Rajon Rondo have 'powerful' recent meeting with Kings coach George Karl

    Sacramento is 2-2 since the meeting last week, and it appears the team’s early-season turmoil is in the past.

    Yahoo Sports
  • 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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  • It's not this dumb kid's fault he's gonna get people killed on 'The Walking Dead'

    Why does "The Walking Dead" insist on making characters act like idiots for the sake of the plot?

  • Kids Are Boycotting School Lunches They Say Are Worse Than Prison Food

    The effort, called “The School Lunch Project: Culinary Denial,” was created in November by civics students at the school. Chicago Public Schools partnered with Philadelphia-based Aramark two years ago when the district, like several others across the nation, shifted to offering free meals to all students at most campuses.

  • Obama Says Russia Wants Out of Syria. Putin says, ‘Nyet’

    On the same day that President Obama told reporters at the global climate change summit in Paris that he expects Russia to end its involvement in Syria in the near term, officials at the Pentagon are reportedly telling Fox News that Russia is close to opening another airbase in the war-torn country. Russian President Vladimir Putin’s decision to send combat aircraft and helicopters to support the regime of Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad has been widely criticized by the Obama administration.

    The Fiscal Times
  • Man dead after shooting his ex-girlfriend and killing her new boyfriend

    Authorities say a Houston man "laid in wait" before shooting his ex-girlfriend and killing her current boyfriend.

    KTRK – Houston
  • Mom Says Son’s Hoverboard Exploded, Decimated Home

    Louisiana mom Jessica Horne says she plans to sue. (Image via AP Photo/Stephen Brashear)

    Newser on Yahoo
  • Darth Vader, your motorcycle is here (no, seriously, it comes with a lightsaber)

    Whether he was known as Anakin Skywalker or the Dark Lord of the Sith, Darth Vader drove some cool vehicles in his day — podracers, a customized TIE fighter, and various combat spacecraft during the Clone Wars. Now, there’s a new people carrier made in his image, but this one’s a bit more grounded than the rest. Appropriately named the Dark Force, this sinister two-wheeler is made by Redmond, Washington-based Ural Motorcycles, and it features plenty of Vader-inspired flair. The body, engine, and exhaust have been completely blacked out, and it features LED lighting and a red lightsaber as standard equipment. As with all of Ural’s bikes, the Dark Force also features a sidecar, perfect for that secret apprentice you’re hiding from The Emperor. “Come to the dark side … we’ve got sidecars!” the brand says. Aside from the Sith theme and plasma energy weapon, the Dark Force boasts a large Enduro bench seat, a 2.9-cubic foot waterproof trunk, and a 749cc, air-cooled two-cylinder engine that makes 41 horsepower. It could be the perfect choice for getting from one end of the Star Destroyer to the other, or perhaps for attending a certain upcoming movie premiere in style. Just 25 examples will be made, each of which will start at $14,999. The Dark Force arrives at Ural dealerships today. Related: The top 10 best cars from science fiction are truly out of this world If you can’t get your mitts on one of these limited-edition motorcycles, not to worry, there are plenty of Vader-approved vehicles in the galaxy. At San Diego Comic Con last year, for example, Hot Wheels unveiled a life-sized version of its “Darth Vader Car” toy, which was styled after the Dark Lord’s iconic helmet. Sith lords constantly lust for power, and the car responded in kind with a 526-hp Chevy LS3 small-block V8. Read more about the vehicle here.

    Digital Trends
  • CREDIT SUISSE: Apple's newest iPhone is underperforming, but a mini iPhone could save the day

    Apple is cutting orders for the components to build iPhones because of weak demand for the new...

    Business Insider
  • The party is over for oil: Dan Yergin

    Oil stayed at the party longer than other commodities but its collapse means the "commodity supercycle" is over, says Dan Yergin.

  • NFL confirms Ravens were lined up onside during 'kick-six' play

    Anthony Levine lined up outside of the neutral zone, according to NFL vice president of officiating Dean Blandino. In the aftermath of Monday Night Football's incredible ending, fans of the Cleveland Browns have pointed out that Baltimore Ravens corner Anthony Levine appeared to line up in the neutral zone on the game's pivotal "kick-six" play.

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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
  • Report: Price nearly joined Cardinals until Sox upped offer

    It was reported last week that the Red Sox would go $30-40 million above anyone else" to sign free agent pitcher David Price. According to Bob Nightingale of USA Today, David Price nearly joined the St. Louis Cardinals on a seven-year deal until the Red Sox offered $30 million more in the eleventh hour despite being enamored with the idea of going to St. Louis. The seven-year, $217 million contract Price ended up signing with the Red Sox is the largest ever given to a pitcher and the richest in club history.

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  • 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.

  • Pagano uses loophole to keep from benching Luck

    Chuck Pagano says Andrew Luck will start when he's 100 percent healthy, but when is a player really back to full strength? Mike Florio says this wording could be used so Pagano can ride Hasselbeck without benching Luck.

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  • Homeless Dog Plants Sloppy Kisses Of Gratitude On His Rescuer

    One pooch puckered up and let his rescuer know what he really thought of him. Duke, a Belgian Malinois and his owner Edward Emmerich, who are homeless and have been living in an encampment, found themselves trapped in floodwaters last Friday in McKinney, Texas, CBS DFW reported. The duo was brought to safety by first responders and the...

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  • Start or sit RBs: Javorius Allen now offensive focal point

    Ravens' Javorius Allen became the focal point of the offense against the Browns and the FFL crew put him in the top start spot. Plus, LeSean McCoy is trending down, sit him this week as the Bills face the Texans.

    NBC Sports