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  • 'Broke' 50 cent poses with stacks of hundred dollar bills in his fridge

    50 Cent filed for bankruptcy this past summer, but he wants you to know something — he's...

    Business Insider
  • Target's online sales broke a record on Thanksgiving — here are the top 3 items sold

    Target had its biggest online shopping day ever on Thanksgiving. "Demand outpaced 2014's record...

    Business Insider
  • Anonymous hacks ISIS site, replaces it with Viagra ad

    Anonymous is making good on its promise of a digital battle against ISIS and has struck a blow, ridiculing the terror group with an unlikely but potent weapon — mockery. On Thursday, the Ghost Sec, a hacking group related to Anonymous, gained control of a website supporting the Islamic State and replaced it with a Viagra advertisement. “Please gaze upon this lovely ad so we can upgrade our infrastructure to give you ISIS content you all so desperately crave,” reads the hacked version of the site, noting that there is simply “Too Much ISIS” in the world. Before the site was completely removed, it was actually possible to purchase the sexual performance enhancing drug using bitcoins. Viagra, Ghost Sec suggested, would help “Enhance your calm,” as “Too many people are into this ISIS-stuff.” This is not the first move Anonymous has made against ISIS. Since posting a video following the tragedy in Paris, which promised to “unite humanity” and warned ISIS to “expect us,” the hackers have conducted a series of spam attacks against similar terrorist sites, and even managed to remove some of ISIS’ Twitter accounts. “Anonymous from all over the world will hunt you down,” said a group spokesperson in the video, and continued, “You should know that we will find you and we will not let you go. We will launch the biggest operation ever against you.” Related : Anonymous launches ‘biggest operation ever’ against Islamic State With increased efforts from groups like Anonymous and government officials alike to shut down ISIS’ online presence, where they spread much of their propaganda and recruit many of their members, some terrorists are attempting to take their digital footprints to the dark Web. This part of the Internet is more difficult to access, and generally requires users to employ specific tools that allow for anonymity, making it more difficult to track activity. But even so, with redoubled efforts from an internationally united cybercommunity, it may prove difficult for ISIS to hide online. “The French people are stronger than you and will come out of this atrocity even stronger,” said Anonymous. And starting with Viagra, this is one prophecy that’s sure to come true. Also watch: Anonymous Vows To Continue War Against ISIS Please enable Javascript to watch this video

    Digital Trends
  • Russia just dealt a huge blow to Turkey over its downing of a Russian warplane

    Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov announced on Friday that Russia would be suspending its...

    Business Insider
  • Liv Tyler reveals the moment she discovered Steven Tyler was her biological father

    It wasn't until the age of 8 that Liv Tyler discovered that Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler was her biological father. The actress was discussing the startling revelation while opening up about her interesting family life and upbringing on the British TV show The Jonathan Ross Show.

  • Tony Romo Era Over After Carolina Panthers Destroy The QB And Dallas Cowboys

    The QB's injury brought back memories of what Y.A. Tittle's bloodied head symbolized for the Giants 50 years ago.

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  • Miss Canada lashes out at Beijing after contest snub

    A Canadian beauty queen lashed out at Beijing on Friday, saying she was barred from boarding a flight from Hong Kong to China to compete in a pageant because of her human rights activism. Chinese-born Anastasia Lin, a 25-year-old actress crowned Miss World Canada in May, said that China was blocking her from travelling to the seaside resort city of Sanya for the Miss World contest. Lin, who told AFP late Thursday that Chinese authorities were suppressing people who "dare to speak their minds", was speaking from Hong Kong's international airport where she was blocked from taking a flight bound for mainland China.

  • Jose Aldo Aims Betting Jibe at Conor McGregor Ahead of UFC 194 Fight

    Jose Aldo has advised all gamblers to place their bets on him if they're looking to make money from his December clash against Conor McGregor, insisting he's happy to embrace his underdog status...

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  • SHOCKING! Aamir Khan And Family To Move Out Of India For Few Days? (15 photos)

    Aamir Khan is facing severe backlash for his “intolerance” comments which he recently made at a media event. From protests to petitions to politicians and celebrities speaking out, the centre of the storm is Aamir’s residence in Mumbai. Yesterday, Aamir was photographed returning to Mumbai from Ludhiana, amid tight security. Aamir exited the Mumbai Airport through the VVIP gate, and was quickly driven to his residence. A leader of the Punjab unit of Shiv Sena yesterday offered a sum of Rs 1 lakh to anyone who slaps the Bollywood actor. Also, protestors took law into their hands, and were seen burning posters of Aamir outside his hotel in Ludhiana. Aamir was in Ludhiana to shoot for his upcoming film Dangal, in which he essays the role of a wrestler. He was advised rest for a week following an injury while filming an action sequence for the film. However, yesterday, from our sources in the security team of Aamir, we’ve learnt that the Khan family is planning to “move out of India for few days”. A source said, “We don’t know anything yet. It’s absolutely chaotic. You saw how it is. They’re planning to go to US for few days, and will be back when it all settles.” None of the people who spoke to us were sure about what’s going to happen next. Meanwhile, security has been increased at Aamir’s residence, and nobody is allowed to get in without a detailed security check by Mumbai Police and Aamir’s personal security guards. It’s shocking, and unbelievable! What do you think? Photos by: Viral Bhayani / GossipTicket & Nikesh Gurav / Solaris Images

  • Introducing the Most Reliable Home Security System

    Watch out! The alarm industry will say anything to lock you in a contract. SimpliSafe’s 24/7 protection is just $14.99/month—and there's no contract!

  • Homeless veteran, beaten by teens on camera in Olney, dies

    Surveillance video shows 51-year-old Robert Barnes being pummeled by teens with a hammer, a piece of wood and punches, after police say a 10-year-old boy told his mother he got into an argument with Barnes.

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  • Google’s Black Friday online sale now live: Cheap Nexus 5X, Nexus 9, Chromecast deals and more

    We’ve seen a bunch of interesting tech deals this Black Friday season, with retailers trying to outdo one another when it comes to price cuts and promotions. Google has now joined the fun and it’s ready to offer some great discounts on its own hardware, including new Nexus 5X smartphone and the second-generation Chromecast. This new sale is in addition to its Google Play Cyber Weekend sale that lets users buy apps, movies, and music for significant discounts. DON’T MISS: 15 best online Black Friday sales that are live right now In addition to lowering prices on Android hardware, Google is extending the return period for the Christmas shopping season. All purchases made on November 27th, 2015 through December 25th, 2015 may be

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  • Oil prices dip on supply glut and shaky Chinese data

    Crude oil futures fell on Friday, bringing losses this month to more than 8 percent, as disappointing Chinese data and worries over a supply glut overshadowed geopolitical concerns. Brent crude fell by 5 cents to $45.41 per barrel by 1311 GMT, after settling down 71 cents at $45.46 in the previous session. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) futures, the U.S. crude benchmark, fell by 75 cents to $42.29 per barrel.

  • Reporter mocked by Trump says the 2 knew each other well

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump said he couldn't have been making fun of a reporter's disability because he doesn't know the man. Not so, says the reporter.

    Associated Press
  • LeBron James, after his Cavs fell to an embarrassing 11-4 mark: 'We got to get better'

    The Cavs held a team meeting, kind of, following a loss in Toronto on Wednesday.

    Ball Don't Lie
  • Hoping to Dodge Divorce? Here’s The Magic Age to Get Married

    Economic situations have led to many young adults delaying marriage. But new research warns: don't wait too long.

    The Cheat Sheet q 31 mins ago
  • Ron Rivera: If you’re talking about 16-0, you’re not focused on the details

    The Panthers improved to 11-0 in Dallas on Thursday afternoon and every game that ends without a loss increases the chatter about whether they can run the table in the regular season. Coach Ron Rivera isn’t really into the topic at this point, however. Rivera fielded a variety of questions related to his team’s unblemished…

    ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports q 58 mins ago
  • 13 times Princess Kate and Queen Elizabeth II dressed the same (13 photos)

    While the Duchess of Cambridge is often regarded as the most fashionable royal these days, it seems like she’s drawn a lot of inspiration from Queen Elizabeth II, who herself was named one of British Vogue ’s most glamorous women in 2007. During her 53-year reign, the Queen has worn numerous breathtaking pieces, from embellished evening gowns to brightly-coloured coat dresses. Scroll through the slideshow to see 13 times the future Queen of England has taken a sartorial cue from the current monarch – or vice versa. It just goes to show that dressing like a royal never goes out of style.  ALSO SEE: Fashionable royals (who aren’t the Duchess of Cambridge) Why the Queen always carries a purse – even at home The Duchess of Cambridge wears tights, proves she’s just as basic as us All photos via Getty Images

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  • Will You Live to See Your 80th Birthday?

    Want to know what the odds are that you'll live a long, healthy life? Take this quiz to find out.

  • PSN suffers Black Friday problems

    Update: Sony's Network Service Status is currently reporting no problems, while the frequency of Twitter complaints about PSN being down have slowed significantly. Multiple PlayStation owners are reporting that PlayStation Network is down, citing a maintenance message. Today is one of the busiest days of the year for online games as players try out new games bought in sales, or simply have the day off and are playing games.

  • Husband Announces Wife’s Pregnancy By Turning Her Curves Into Nature Scenes

    Sometime in your third trimester, you’ll likely start to feel like that cute little baby bump has grown to be the size of a beach ball. Or a small private island. Or a large mountain. And you’re not alone: One couple decided to document these sentiments in a photo series, incorporating the mom-to-be’s belly into scenic landscapes.

    The Bump on Yahoo
  • Driver kills woman, injures 9 in NYC hit-and-run

    One woman was killed and several other people injured by a speeding driver in Brooklyn on Thursday evening, Reuters reported.

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