• These Are 20 Of The World's Best Photos Taken With Cell Phones

    Anyone with a cell phone can be an incredible photographer, no fancy camera necessary. Sony on Tuesday announced the winners of the Sony World Photography Awards' Mobile Phone category, and we're impressed. Mobile is just one of many categories in the competition. Others include Professional, Open and Youth. There were more than 96,000 entries...

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  • Kylie Jenner Posts Her Raciest Bikini Pictures Yet

    If you thought Kylie Jenner's strappy monokini earlier this month was pushing the limits, you haven't seen anything yet. The 17-year-old reality star posted weekend pics of her hitting the pool at Scott Disick's mansion on Sunday, and it's safe to say all eyes were on her in the skimpy black Issa de' mar bikini she sported for the occasion. "Thanks @goldteethgod for the necklace of my G wagon," she wrote alongside this selfie of her bikini bod. But it's pretty safe to say nobody's looking at her jewelry right? PHOTOS: Hollywood's Hottest Bikini Bods The part-time model was clearly feeling her latest look, posting another bikini selfie of her an hour later, this time a full-body angle. "Ok I'm done," she acknowledged. Kylie's mature appearance has caused controversy before, particularly when it comes to the rumors that she's dating 25-year-old rapper Tyga. The two haven't done much to dispel the romance rumors, with Tyga recently Instagramming that the youngest Jenner sister "captured heart." But despite Kylie's young age, one thing's for sure -- she's already making great business decisions. Earlier this month, she and her big sister Kendall announced their own mobile game, no doubt hoping to follow in the footsteps of their half-sister Kim's amazingly successful Kim Kardashian: Hollywood app. NEWS: It Takes Kylie Jenner 40 Minutes a Day to Get Her Famous Lips Watch below to find out all about the Jenner sisters' new venture.

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  • LeBron James Says He Only Has Three Friends In NBA, None Are His Teammates

    James explains that just because he isn't close with his current teammates, it doesn't mean they have a bad relationship.Keywords: NBA, Basketball, Cleveland Cavaliers, LeBron James, Kevin Love, Kyrie Irving, Dwyane Wade, Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul

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  • The Soda-Cancer Connection

    Drinking Diet Coke, Dr. Pepper, or any dark-colored soda may raise your cancer risk, according to a new study. Here are the details.

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  • 4 things you should never do in an interview

    Once you've landed a job interview, you have...

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  • Listen to the Corvette Z06, Shelby GT500, and Hellcat Have a Rev-Off

    Unless you have some preconceived allegiances to a specific car brand, which you very well may have, picking a winner out of today’s V8 sports and muscle car crop is a tough ask. The high powered segments include stunners like the hardcore Camaro Z/28 and Challenger Hellcat, with styling, horsepower, torque rating, and even Nurburgring

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  • The line between funny and offensive is thin. Trevor Noah is on the wrong side.

    It was only a matter of time before people scraped through the Twitter feed of Trevor Noah, the comedian who will replace Jon Stewart as the host of The Daily Show. Many people have gone through Noah's Twitter feed, pulling out examples of offensive jokes he's made in the past.

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  • Reward in Search for Missing UC Berkeley Student Upped to $100,000: Family

    A reward for information leading to the whereabouts of a missing 19-year-old UC Berkeley soccer player who disappeared near the University of Southern California early Saturday morning has been increased from $50,000 to $100,000, the missing teen`s mother said Monday. Christina Pascucci reports from University Park for the KTLA 5 News at 1 on March 30, 2015.

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  • Obama Offers Commutations to 22 of 209,155 Federal Prisoners

    The Good News: President Obama has announced that he's issuing commutations to 22 individuals. The Bad News: As The Huffington Post notes, that more than doubles the number of commutations and pardons Obama has issued through the first three-quarters of his presidency. As my colleague Matt Ford noted in December, Obama has been stingy with his mercy, even by the standard of recent presidents, who have used their power more infrequently (though George W. Bush issued only 11 commutations over two terms). Ron Fournier also wrote an excellent analysis of Obama's pardons in 2013.

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  • Police: Mother leaves daughter to sleep in Dallas trash bin

    DALLAS (AP) — A mother has been charged with leaving her 7-year-old daughter to sleep overnight in a trash bin outside a spa in Dallas, police said.

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  • How Netflix plans to fix one of the biggest problems with its business

    We all love Netflix but Netflix here in the United States is different from Netflix in Australia and Netflix in Sweden. The reason for this is that Netflix has different deals to distribute content in different countries, which means movies and shows that might be available in the U.S. aren’t necessarily available in other countries. However, Overclock3d.net has flagged some recent comments made by Netflix CEO Reed Hastings that suggest Netflix has a plan to fix this issue for good. RELATED: Meet the tweak every Netflix user needs: ‘God Mode’ “The basic solution is for Netflix to get global and have its content be the same all around the world so there’s no incentive to [use a VPN to circumvent

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  • Judge: Ernie Banks' will giving estate to caretaker is valid

    The will signed by Chicago Cubs great Ernie Banks giving all of his assets to his caretaker is valid, a Cook County judge determined Tuesday. The witnesses testified that Banks stated during the signing he was not going to leave money to his family. The witnesses also testified Banks' longtime caretaker, Regina Rice, was present. After the hearing, attorneys for wife Liz Banks described the judge's ruling as merely procedural and said they'd fight on.

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  • Blood Moon: Shortest Total Lunar Eclipse of the Century Rises Saturday

    Only the speediest of skywatchers will have a chance to see the total lunar eclipse rising Saturday: NASA predicts that the total phase of the lunar eclipse will only last about 5 minutes, making it the shortest lunar eclipse of the century. Early-rising observers all over the United States should be able to see at least the partial phases of the April 4 lunar eclipse just before the sun rises, if weather permits. People on the West Coast will have the chance to see the moon turn an eerie shade of red during totality, which should begin at about 7:58 a.m. EDT (1158 GMT, 4:58 a.m. PDT).  NASA this week unveiled a video detailing the total lunar eclipse, and dubbed the event the shortest lunar eclipse of the century in an announcement on Monday (March 30) in detail. Observers in other parts of the world will have an even better chance to see the lunar eclipse.

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  • Class act: Mexicans fume over sexist, elitist student video

    A group of high school seniors from a privileged Catholic school in Mexico City released a slick graduation video that’s come under fire for its portrayal of women and its snooty message, as well as its use of an endangered jaguar cub. Critics say the video treats women as props – and sends the message that this class of so-called Mexican “juniors,” or elite youth, gets to party, play, and go on to inherit positions of power. In Mexico, as elsewhere, rich kids are assumed to get whatever they want. But it’s a particularly sensitive subject here. “It [the video] says a lot,” says Vicki Galacia, a preschool teacher walking her dog in a Mexico City park.

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  • Why are there two Boeing Dreamliners in the Mojave Desert?

    The Mojave Desert in California is often the final resting place for old aircraft. According to a report from Bloomberg, Boeing is currently storing two 787 Dreamliners in the Mojave. The reason is trouble getting the plane’s specialized seats delivered, a problem that has caused delays in Boeing’s production schedule as seat-supplier Zodiac Aerospace has struggled to keep up with demand. The Dreamliners there, however, were supposed to be the third and fourth 787s delivered to American Airlines.

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  • Photos: San Francisco house wrecked by squatters (39 photos)

    The listing agent said she "almost started to cry" when she saw the deterioration of this San Francisco house, occupied by squatters in the last year or so. She priced it as a "contractor's special" at $799,000 -- but it sold for $1,210,000, all cash, and not to an investor but to a young family. Click here to read more about it on Yahoo Homes. Also on Yahoo Homes: • Vacationing family stumbles across abandoned French chateau, decides to restore it (55 photos) • Silicon Valley single mom lives in one-car garage for $1,000 a month (20 photos) • Rundown trailer is $1.2M, after price increase (11 photos)

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  • Manifesto in 'Gone Girl' Case Reveals Truth About Denise Huskins Kidnapping, Lawyer Says

    Douglas Rappaport, the attorney for Denise Huskins, said he has received a “15-page, single-spaced email” from the kidnappers. “They talk very extensively about how they prepared for it, what weapons to use,” Rappaport said in an exclusive interview with ABC News. Rappaport said the email was sent to the San Francisco Chronicle after Huskins turned up safe Wednesday, two days after her boyfriend, Aaron Quinn, reported that she was abducted from his Vallejo, California, home. In the email, the group compares itself to the crew from the movie “Ocean’s 11,” calling themselves college-educated career criminals who only nabbed Huskins as a dry run so they could kidnap higher-profile victims in the future.

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  • Really Big Insider Buying in Chesapeake Shares

    Investors love tracking insider buying and insider selling by corporate executives. When corporate insiders sell shares of their company, it may be for a myriad of reasons — buying a house, tax purposes, ...

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  • 7 Worst Contracts in the NFL Today

    Often times, NFL players cash-in with huge paydays in free agency, then lose their competitive drive. Here is a look at the seven worst contracts in the NFL today.

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