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  • Animal rights activists storm the field during Lions-Eagles game

    In the final two minutes of the Eagles-Lions game, a couple protesters ran onto the field, immediately after the Lions snapped the ball. For the sake of everyone's safety, the game was on hold while security tried to get them off the field.

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  • Tom Cruise Hasn’t Seen His Daughter Suri For ‘More Than Two Years’

    It has been reported that Hollywood actor, Tom Cruise, hasn’t seen his nine-year-old daughter, Suri, for more than two years. It is believed that the star’s involvement with the controversial Scientology religion has prevented him from seeing his child with ex-wife Katie Holmes for “800 days”. Tom was last seen with Suri in 2012.

    Stephanie Soteriou
  • UFOlogist claims he’s spotted a gigantic Martian rodent in Curisotiy rover footage

    If there is one thing I cannot imagine doing, it’s obsessively combing over footage beamed back to Earth from NASA’s Curiosity rover to search for signs of Martian life, no matter how ridiculous they may seem. However there’s an entire cult of people on the Internet that spend their days doing just that and one of them has spotted what he says might be a gigantic mouse on the surface of the Red Planet. FROM EARLIER: The ultimate Black Friday 2015 guide: Everything you need to know YouTube channel ArtAlienTV has posted footage of Mars showing us “a possible very large mouse or other rodent on Mars in Gale Crater sitting on a ridge plain as day.” Here is what the space rodent looks

    BGR News
  • Bodyshamed Mother Inspires Other Women To Proudly Share Pics Of Their Mum Bods

    New mum Mel Rymill was told she must “obviously” want to lose her baby weight by her personal trainer. A mum who was told she must “obviously” want to lose her baby weight, has kick-started a trend of women baring their mum bods on social media. Mel Rymill, from Australia, garnered support after posting a candid photo and story online.

  • US knew flight path of plane downed by Turkey: Putin

    President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday that Russia had given prior information to the United States of the flight path of the plane downed by Turkey on the Syrian border. "The American side, which leads the coalition that Turkey belongs to, knew about the location and time of our planes' flights, and we were hit exactly there and at that time," Putin said at a joint press conference with French counterpart Francois Hollande in the Kremlin. Ahead of the Hollande talks, Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan traded barbs, with the Russian leader saying he was waiting for an apology and Erdogan ruling out any such move.

  • Report: Okafor involved in physical altercation in Boston

    It's almost as if losing is getting to the Philadelphia 76ers. TMZ Sports has obtained video of a man they identify as Sixers rookie Jahlil Okafor being involved in a physical altercation with someone outside of a Boston nightclub on Wednesday night after the team lost a heartbreaker to the Celtics earlier in the evening. You can clearly see what looks like Okafor screaming at someone, "We got money!" as someone attempts to hold him back.

    Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia q
  • Outrage Mounts Over Trump’s Ridicule of Reporter's Ailment

    Republican front-runner’s latest stunt has some asking: “How low can he go?”

    Bloomberg q
  • Outspoken Miss World Canada denied entry to China

    HONG KONG (AP) — Canada's outspoken Miss World contestant said she was barred Thursday from entering China to take part in this year's pageant and accused Beijing of overreach in extending its campaign of censorship even to beauty contests.

    Associated Press
  • 3 Everyday Things That Cost Too Much Money in the Long Run

    Every dollar you spent on a discretionary item had the potential to increase your net worth -- probably more than you think.

    The Cheat Sheet q 28 mins ago
  • Do You Drink Too Much?

    Answer the questions to this quiz to find out if your drinking habits are out of control.

  • VIDEO: Home invasion suspect caught creeping around bedroom while victim sleeps

    Police are investigating a terrifying home invasion in New York in which the suspect was caught on camera creeping around the bedroom while the male homeowner slept in his bed.

    KABC – Los Angeles
  • Jessica Simpson Shows Off Her Gorgeous Thanksgiving Tablescape (4 photos)

    Stars celebrate Thanksgiving, too, of course. They just tend to be a little more over the top about it. We rounded up a couple of quick examples shared this week by Jessica Simpson, stylist Clinton Kelly, and Snookie (who at least gets points for sharing her #craftfail). More on Yahoo Makers: Here’s How to Win Black Friday How to Treat Yourself After Treating Yourself on Black Friday #HomeDecorHacks: Mother Nature’s Black Friday Let Yahoo Makers inspire you every day! Join us on Facebook , Twitter , Instagram , Tumblr , and Pinterest .

    Yahoo Makers Staff
  • Fallout 4's blurry-vision bug has no cure, so hang on to all your save files

    A rather nasty, game-breaking bug in Fallout 4 underlines why you should never delete any save files in a Bethesda Softworks role-playing game if you can ever help it. The bug: It's possible to develop permanently blurred vision, akin to the view (first- or third-person) when you have taken a critical hit to the head, until you heal it with a Stimpak. Here is what the entrance to Diamond City looks like when you have this bug.

  • This Amazing App Lets You ‘See’ The Invisible Wi-Fi Signals That Surround You

    An impressive new smartphone and tablet app enables you to ‘see’ the Wi-Fi signals that are completely invisible to the naked eye. The Architecture of Radio app shows users a 360-degree augmented reality view of the all of the wireless networks around them using their GPS location. “We are completely surrounded by an invisible system of data cables and radio signals from access points, cell towers and overhead satellites.

    Libby Plummer's Yahoo Tech Tumblr
  • Mystery Behind Coats Left Tied to Lamp Posts Solved

    A photo of the coats was shared by the Facebook page Halifolks, and Smith-Atkins said that post reached more than one million people. There's been plenty of praise for Smith-Atkins, who said she's got mixed emotions about the attention the gesture has received.

    ABC News
  • See Sylvester Stallone Punch-Pose with Other Famous Stars for 28 Years (19 photos)

    Ever since 1976′s Rocky made him an international star, Sylvester Stallone has been a mainstay of awards shows, red carpet premieres, restaurant openings, and Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot! cosplay gatherings. And for nearly three decades of Balboa-bred fame, he’s been unleashing his trademark move: The Punch Pose™. Take a look at Stallone giving it to celebrities on the chin through the years.

    Yahoo Movies Staff
  • The best Black Friday deals you can get in stores and on the web

    If you're crazy enough to venture out to the stores on Black Friday, we've listed out some great deals that Ben's Bargains has hunted down for us. Don't forget you can get great deals online, so you don't have to shiver in the cold while waiting for the door buster sales.

    Yahoo Shopping
  • Big Pharma Lobbyists Unload: 'There's Just Too Much Obvious Greed'

    “This Pfizer thing is humongous, and I think it could change the course of history for the entire industry,” one of the industry’s top lobbyists said in an interview. “Pfizer shot us all in the collective foot.”

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  • Hamilton wants to give NASCAR a go

    By Alan Baldwin ABU DHABI (Reuters) - Triple Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton hopes to give NASCAR a go one day after singing the praises of the U.S. stock car series on Thursday. Hamilton attended the season-ender at Homestead-Miami Speedway in Florida last weekend to witness the final race of his friend and four-times champion Jeff Gordon. "He told me that this was his last year and I thought, 'I've got to make it to a race because I've never been to a NASCAR race before'.

  • Airbus’s ambitious detachable cabin concept could finally end boarding chaos

    It must be fun working as part of Airbus’s R&D team. From windowless cockpits to butt-busting seat designs, it’s never short of a wacky concept or two, though who’s to say some of these ideas won’t become a reality somewhere down the runway. The latest design to spring from their creative minds is the detachable cabin. Yes, you read that right: the detachable cabin. This would, according to Airbus, reduce an aircraft’s all-important turn-time, vital in an industry that operates on super-tight margins. The plan, explained in great detail in a U.S. Patent and Trademark Office filing spotted by the folks at Wired, describes “a removable cabin module, comprising a floor, an upper aircraft fuselage portion connected to the floor, and a first and a second end wall, wherein the first and second end walls, the floor and the upper aircraft fuselage portion form a cabin for transport of passengers, luggage, freight or combinations thereof.” Airbus Put simply, the cabin would be at the gate, and would slide onto the aircraft once your flight time approaches. When you reach your destination, the cabin would be detached and quickly replaced with another one full of passengers, which could then depart once the plane’s fuel tanks have been refilled. Related: Airbus wants to stack passengers on passengers with mezzanine seating Such an ingenious design would surely also help to eradicate the chaotic scenes that often ensue during the boarding process. Imagine, you could arrive at your gate, quietly take your seat, and you’re good to go. No more mad rush as soon as the gate opens, no more dashing down the jet bridge like an escaped emu running from its keeper, no more squeezing past flustered fellow passengers fighting for overhead bin space. Of course, there is the small matter of cost, with airports required to make huge modifications to their terminals for the plan to work. Also watch: Raimond de Hullu's vision for Oas1s green buildings Please enable Javascript to watch this video

    Digital Trends
  • Houston teen's dying wish to see parents again granted

    Earlier this month, we introduced you to Qirat Chapra, an 18-year old girl with a heart-wrenching plea -- to see and hug her parents again. We learned Wednesday that her wish was granted.

    KGO – San Francisco