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  • Arby's Apologizes to Pembroke Pines Cop Who Was Allegedly Denied Service at its Restaurant

    In a statement released by the Pembroke Pines Police department this morning its Chief Dan Gustino said, "I am offended and appalled that an individual within our community would treat a police officer in such a manner.

    Eater Miami q 45 mins ago
  • Man Doused With Acid After Screening Of NWA Movie Straight Outta Compton

    A man was horrifically doused with acid outside a cinema after a screening of NWA movie Straight Outta Compton. The 27-year-old was leaving the Cineworld complex in Crawley, West Sussex, in the early hours of Sunday when the sickening attack took place. Police said the incident took place after the movie which centres on hip hop group NWA had ended.

    Lee Morán
  • Khloe Kardashian Shares Shocking Waist Training Pic: 'Once You Try It You Will Become Obsessed!'

    This looks painful. Khloe Kardashian is taking her health and fitness very seriously these days, but is also one of the celebs who have jumped on the waist-training trend for a little extra help squeezing their midsection into a smaller, and smaller space. The 31-year-old posted a shocking new waist training Instagram on Tuesday, writing, "Im obsessed with the gym but a little extra help never hurt nobody @waistgangsociety and @premadonna87 keep my waist snatched and posture perfect. Once you try it, you will become obsessed!!! Head over to whatsawaist.com the ONLY place to get your waist trainer!!!" WATCH: Khloe Kardashian's Waist Training Is Working Out Tyga's ex Blac Chyna also posted a new waist-training pic, writing, "Waist training of course in my @instacurve_ Trying to get into some trouble later ... What's Good?" WATCH: Khloe Kardashian Shares Super Skinny Selfie: 'People Love to Call Me the Fat One' Ow, ow, ow, owww... "My fitness journey will be a life long journey," Khloe wrote along with a selfie back in February. "Fitness is not about being better than someone else… It's about being better than you used to be. I'm not where I want to be and who knows if I ever will be. But I am healthier than ever and due to my consistent workouts, I am slowly seeing results." PHOTO: Kim Kardashian Is 'Waist Training' With A Super-Tight Corset While it seems to be becoming more popular, not everyone in Hollywood is a fan of waist training! Actress Kate Winslet seemed viscerally opposed to it when ET talked to her in June. WATCH: Waist Training Gone Too Far? Kim Zolciak Loses 4 Inches Off Her Already Tiny Waist "Why would you do that?!" Kate said. "Why would anyone willfully put themselves into a corset?" What do you think of waist training? WATCH: 8 Celebrities Who Waist Train Watch below.

  • The Patriots made 2 huge concessions to help their Deflategate case, and it completely backfired

    As the Deflategate case drags on into its ninth month, it is becoming clearer and clearer...

    Business Insider
  • Rumour About New Spider-Man’s Web Shooters

    A new rumour has surfaced about Marvel and Sony’s ‘Spider-Man’ reboot (I know, we weren’t expecting any of those, were we…? Ahem.)

    Ben Bussey
  • New Honda Pilot looks smaller but adds interior room, power

    Don't let the Pilot's new, sleek look fool you. Honda's largest sport utility vehicle is bigger than ever on the inside, particularly in its third-row seats.

    Associated Press
  • Worst Things to Buy at Costco, BJ's and Sam's Club

    Shopping at a warehouse club, such as Costco, Sam's Club or BJ's Wholesale, is a great way to save money. Don't be afraid to stock up on the best bargains at warehouse clubs including batteries, meats and wines. It's best to avoid bulk purchases of perishable items at warehouse clubs, no matter how tempting the price, if there aren't enough people in your household to consume them quickly.

    Kiplinger q
  • 8 awesome paid iPhone apps on sale for free for a limited time

    Yesterday’s list of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free included a few great options, but today’s list is even better. We’ve got eight iOS apps for you on Wednesday that are all completely free right now, and they span a bunch of different categories so there should be something for everyone. And if eight apps aren’t enough for you, head back to Tuesday’s post, where you’ll find that a few of the apps listed there are still on sale. DON’T MISS: Google’s new logo: More than a dozen Google designs that didn’t make the cut These are paid iPhone and iPad apps that have been made available for free for a limited time by their developers. There is no way

    BGR News
  • Constitution Check: Is freedom of conscience a shield against public duty?

    Lyle Denniston, the National Constitution Center's constitutional literacy adviser, looks at the Kim Davis case, and how reconciling the principles of faith and the performance of public duty has been an unending task of constitutional interpretation.

    National Constitution Center
  • NJ Daycare workers charged in playground fight club

    Two former daycare workers in North Jersey are charged with forcing children into a so-called "fight club" on the school playground.

    KGO – San Francisco
  • 26 Actors Who Could Play James Bond Next (27 photos)

    Daniel Craig’s time as James Bond  could be numbered . But what then? Who could taken on the role of Ian Fleming’s gentleman spy next?

    Yahoo Movies UK
  • 'Game Of Thrones' Reportedly Casts Major Villain For Season 6

    If you think Season 6 is going to be crazy, Euron to something, "Game of Thrones" fans. HBO has reportedly cast Danish actor Pilou Asbæk as Theon's uncle Euron Greyjoy, according to dedicated fan site Watcher's on the Wall, and reported by a number of different outlets. It's also being reported that the Kingsmoot will be coming to the new...

    Huffington Post q
  • MTV VMA 2015 Winners (4 photos)

    Here are some of the winners at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards. 

    Yahoo Singapore Celebrity
  • This router will be the last thing you see before the internet consumes you

    If you were wondering how Asus would respond to the challenge of Google's OnHub wireless router, wonder no longer. Asus says this menacing monstrosity is capable of up to 1Gbps connections over 2.4GHz and up to 2.167Gbps on each of two 5GHz bands, for a total of 5.3Gbps (hence the AC5300 in the name).

    The Verge q
  • Spielberg to Leave Disney to Find New Home for His Dreamworks Studio

    Superstar director Steven Spielberg is planning on moving his Dreamworks studio away from Disney, according to TheStreet's sources. What will it mean for Disney?

    TheStreet.com q
  • 5 High-Protein Foods Vegans Can Eat to Build Muscle

    Here are five vegan-­friendly foods to beef­-up (hypothetically, of course) your diet.

    The Cheat Sheet q 46 mins ago
  • Cindy Crawford on Unretouched Photo Leak: 'Why Would a Bad Picture of Me Make Other People Feel Good?'

    An alleged unretouched image of Cindy Crawford from a 2013 Marie Claire Mexico and Latin America cover went viral this past February, and while it was later reported that the photograph may have been falsely representing the supermodel, she still says she felt "conflicted" about it. "I felt blindsided," Crawford told ELLE Canada. "That picture didn't reflect what I saw when I looked in the mirror -- even in the worst dressing room lighting." WATCH: Cindy Crawford and More '90s Supermodels Reunite for Epic Photo That being said, the 49-year-old mother-of-two didn't feel comfortable speaking out against the image, because it was being praised by some for its "realness." "It put me in a tough spot: I couldn't come out against it because I'm rejecting all these people who felt good about it, but I also didn't embrace it because it wasn't real," she said. "And even if it were real, I wouldn't have wanted it out there." MORE: Christie Brinkley Weighs In on Controversial 'Unretouched' Cindy Crawford Photo Crawford confessed, "I felt really manipulated and conflicted, so I kept my mouth shut." She also didn't understand the popularity of the photograph. "Why would seeing a bad picture of me make other people feel good?" she wondered. "I know my body, and I know it's not perfect, but maybe I have a false body image; maybe I think I look better than I do. I think that most women are hard on themselves." WATCH: Rande Gerber Reveals the Secret to His 17-Year Marriage to Cindy Crawford Crawford later confessed, "Sometimes, the images that women see in magazines make them feel inferior -- even though the intention is never to make anyone feel less." She continued, "So somehow seeing a picture of me was like seeing a chink in the armour. Whether it was real or not isn’t relevant, although it’s relevant to me. I don’t try to present myself as perfect." MORE: Cindy Crawford Looks Even More Fabulous Makeup-Free After the release of the photo, celebrity photographer John Russo said in a statement to ABC News that the image was "stolen or unlawfully accessed and then altered and distributed to the media." "It has been falsely claimed that this photograph represents an un-retouched image of Cindy Crawford. This is not true," Russo said. "It is a fraudulent altered version of my photograph. I am grateful that this fact has been brought to the public's attention and that corrections are being run in the media." WATCH: Cindy Crawford Stuns in Bathing Suit at 49 Alongside Her Gorgeous Kids – See the Pics! However, Marie Claire commented at the time that the photo was, in fact, accurate. "No matter where the photo came from, it's an enlightenment -- we've always known Crawford was beautiful, but seeing her like this only makes us love her more," said a statement from the magazine. " is real, it is honest, and it is gorgeous."

  • 7 smart questions to ask at the end of every job interview

    You're in the hot seat. You've just answered a dozen questions about yourself and...

    Business Insider
  • Megyn Kelly Goes Off On #BlackLivesMatter Supporter: ‘Why Were They Chanting Pigs In a Blanket!’ (Video)

    Megyn Kelly went off on a guest on Tuesday who supports the #BlackLivesMatter movement, wondering why liberals rallied against the Tea Party movement but support Black Lives Matter. “I don’t think we’re watching the same Black Lives Matter movement,” commentator Richard Fowler told the Fox News anchor. “Please stop,” a screaming Kelly said.

    The Wrap
  • FDA Issues Warning About Caffeine

    The Food and Drug Administration has issued a warning about the potential dangers of powdered caffeine.