• Tom Cruise Has Found Himself a Hot New MILF

    "We all went to Duane Reade and picked up...bandages and wrapped it around me," cracked Boutella, who can currently be seen in Star Trek Beyond as the Jennifer Lawrence-inspired character Jaylah. "Dipped it in tea first, you know, to give it like this very Egyptian authentic look." Boutella gushed about working with Cruise, 54. "He is such a hard worker, he just knows everything," she said. "I remember being on set with him and he's like, 'No, guys, this is a comedic frame.' I was like, 'Tom, what the hell is a comedic frame?' I was like I don't know any of these things. And then he just teaches me things all the time." Directed by Alex Kurtzman, The Mummy is set to release in June 2017 and also

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  • Ex-NFL player Antonio Armstrong and wife killed by their teen son

    Former NFL linebacker Antonio Armstrong and his wife were shot and killed by their teenage son in their home in Houston on Friday, police say. Police were called to the Armstrongs’ home around 1:30 a.m. in response to shots fired, the Houston Chronicle reports. Daun Armstrong died at the scene and Antonio Armstrong died in the hospital a few hours later. KTRK reports that the couple’s 16-year-old son has been charged with murder. The couple’s two other children were at home at the time but were not harmed. Relatives described the Armstrongs as a loving family and say they can’t imagine what could have led to such a situation. “They kept them busy and they supported them in everything that they

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  • Cops: Son of billionaire, former supermodel arrested after refusing to pay $28 taxi fare

    GREENWICH — Harry Brant, son of Greenwich billionaire Peter Brant and former model Stephanie Seymour, has been arrested for resisting arrest and drug possession after allegedly refusing to pay a taxi fare. Police said they were dispatched to the scene and received a description of the subject as a tall white mail in a black t-shirt and black pants. According to the police report, Brant, a town resident, claimed he had not been in a taxi at first only to change his story and admit he had taken one to Greenwich but that he did not have the funds to pay him. According to Port Authority spokesman Joseph Pentangelo’s statement to the press at the time, Peter Brant Jr. got belligerent when JetBlue staff prevented him from boarding an afternoon flight to West Palm Beach, Fla., because he was severely intoxicated.

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  • If your kid gets a scholarship, you should get his 529 plan

    Dear Pete, My only child just received a full-ride scholarship to the school of his dreams. My wife and I are beyond thrilled, but believe it or not we’re in the midst of a giant disagreement over the aftermath. We saved very aggressively for his college education, at the expense of our own retirement accounts. My wife, after talking to some of her girlfriends, believes we should give the money we saved to our son as some sort of reward. I think we should find a way to transfer that money out of the 529 plan and into our retirement savings, because as of now, we’re not even close to the amount of money we should have for retirement, primarily because we chose our son’s education over our own

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  • Gigi Hadid Goes Pants-Less, Makes It Look Totally Natural

    If anyone can make biking in a swimsuit look right (technically during a photo shoot in L.A.), it's Gigi Hadid. She added a bomber and ankle-tie wedges to her striped one-piece for one wild riding outfit.

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  • US military plane has unplanned landing in Russia

    Washington (CNN)At the same time that political tensions between Washington and Moscow were raging this week, the US and Russia calmly handled the emergency landing of a US military aircraft in western Siberia, according to the Pentagon. The incident occurred Wednesday when the landing gear of a US observation flight malfunctioned and the plane had to make an unplanned landing in a Russian airstrip near the Chinese border. The OC-135B observation aircraft had taken off from a Russian airfield at Ulan Ude for a scheduled observation flight conducted under the terms of the Open Skies Treaty.

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  • Mystery Solved: Black Holes Twist Space-Time Like Taffy

    A 30-year-old mystery about black holes has just been solved. The story starts in the 1980s, when astronomers found that small (stellar-mass) black holes emit X-ray light that flickers in a curious pattern. At first, this flickering occurs every few seconds; however, the time between each flicker shortens over the course of a few months, eventually stopping completely.  This "quasi-periodic oscillation" (QPO) was thought to be a result of a phenomenon predicted by Albert Einstein's theory of general relativity — that any object with enough mass, like a black hole, will twist space-time as it spins. Later, scientists calculated that these gravitational vortices will cause the orbits of particles

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  • Krauthammer: Hillary Is Caught in a 'Terrible Dilemma'

    Charles Krauthammer looked back on the Democratic National Convention and Hillary Clinton's acceptance speech, saying that her speech was ultimately unsuccessful because of the "terrible dilemma" she is caught in. "She was embraced by Obama, which makes her the status quo candidate. There's no wary around that," Krauthammer said. But he said her husband made a strategic move on Wednesday night, in recognition of the fact that -- for the past 60 years, with the exception of 1988 -- the same party has not held power for more than two terms in the White House. "So what was the theme of his speech? She's a change agent. The biggest change maker he's ever seen in his life. "I don't know how credible

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  • Eve Plumb, a.k.a. Jan on 'The Brady Bunch,' sells her oceanfront home in Malibu

    After years of “Marcia, Marcia, Marcia,” Jan is finally having her moment in the sun. Actress-painter Eve Plumb, best known as the awkward middle child on “The Brady Bunch,” has sold her oceanfront home in Malibu for $3.9 million after decades of ownership. Sitting at the south end of Escondido Beach, the 1950s cottage returned to market earlier this year with plans for an ultramodern residence designed by Meis Architects, designer of Staples Center, among other venues. Renderings that accompanied the listing showed a cantilevered design with walls of floor-to-ceiling glass, a retractable “moon roof” and two-story garage wrapped in perforated metal. In all, the proposed home would have three

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  • Incredible free kick goal by U.S. U-20 MNT

    An incredible goal scored by Brandon Vasquez of the U.S. under-20 Men's National Team.

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  • St. Louis journalist reportedly fired after Facebook post on Michael Brown's mom

    A St. Louis journalist has reportedly been fired after making offensive Facebook comments about the mother of Michael Brown, the teenager whose shooting death ignited weeks of emotional protests in Missouri and led, eventually, to the birth of the nationwide Black Lives Matter movement. Bobby Hughes was an overnight photographer and journalist at KTVI, the Fox affiliate in St. Louis, according to reports. He posted on Facebook after Michael Brown's mother, Lesley McSpadden, was announced as part of the Democratic National Convention line-up. "She's going to talk about the new lead diet she's endorsed. Five servings and you can lose 200 lbs in two years easily," Hughes reportedly wrote on Facebook.

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  • Mom makes son’s life extra-lunchable

    Dear Amy: I am 55 and my significant other is 56. We are both divorced and have children from our previous marriages. I have a son and a daughter; she has a son and two daughters. They are all young adults. We’ve lived together for about three years. Her 23-year-old son lives with us. He is a great kid with a few anxiety issues (according to his mother). He spends a lot of time with his girlfriend at her house, and when he does not sleep at our house his mom will bring his lunch to work for him. She makes his lunch every day. I don’t really mind this — I just want your opinion about whether this may keep him from being independent. She does everything for him. She cleans his room, does his laundry

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  • Fireman is pulled overboard by a 400-pound fish; video

    After four hours of exhausting fishing action on goliath groupers, Stephen Rampersad was handed the biggest fishing rod in the boat with the biggest baits in an attempt to catch the King of the Wreck. Little did Rampersad know that the King of the Wreck was about to catch him. Rampersad, a fireman from Milton, Florida, took his wife fishing for her 30th birthday with Capt. Ben Chancey and Chew on This charters out of Cape Coral, Florida, where he was challenged to catch the biggest grouper of the trip. “Ben locked my drag down to 90 pounds of yank-you-out-of-the-boat pressure,” Rampersad told GrindTV, meaning a fish couldn’t easily pull out any line from the reel’s drag. The bait was tossed into

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  • Kitten Lost Her Best Friend. What Her Human Did to Make Her Feel Better Will Warm Your Heart

    We have seen countless stories of cats and dogs who have put their differences aside and became best friends, but this story of a cat and dog friendship is unlike any we’ve seen before. Scout the kitten was brought into the home of Charlie the dog when she was no more than 5 and a half weeks old. Whether Charlie had a say in the matter or not is unknown, but Scout curled herself right in the middle of Charlie’s lap and just like that their friendship was set. Scout refused to sleep as a kitten unless Charlie was there for cuddles. The world can be scary as a small kitten, but with a trusty dog BFF everything is better. Charlie was an older dog, so he completely understood Scout’s love of naps.

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  • Dear Abby: I don’t want anyone to know that I’ve retired

    If your sister has shouldered the responsibility of caring for your dying father by herself, thinking you are too busy working to help, then she would have every reason to be very angry. All you need to do is say no to her invitation if the activity isn’t your cup of tea. [...] surely, you can find a tactful way to ask any drop-in visitor to make plans with you ahead of time instead of dropping in. It may be the attitude you’re projecting that’s keeping you from meeting men on those dating sites. Everyone I have talked to has told me to pick the style and color dress I prefer. If I show up in a dress that isn’t green, I’m pretty sure it will create a scene and I’ll be asked to leave. Do I cave and wear what she asked of me, or wear what I want and face the wrath of Bridezilla? Tell her that while you have no objection to wearing something green, you do not intend to wear anything strapless — and if she really means that if you don’t comply, you won’t be welcome at the wedding, you will not be there. Let’s hope it brings her to her senses because if it doesn’t, I doubt you’ll be seeing much of her and your son anyway.

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  • Suspicions Fall on Husband After Wife's Tragic River Death: Part 2

    Though Felix Vail was arrested for three days, the case against him for his wife Mary's death was dropped.

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  • Photos of the day - July 29, 2016 (20 photos)

    A Kashmiri Muslim youth tries to pick up an exploded tear smoke shell fired by Indian Police, a Sumatran Tiger called Indrah climbs a tree in its enclosure at the Melbourne Zoo in Melbourne and Pope Francis, background, is framed by a barbed wire as he prays in front of the Memorial at the former Nazi Death Camp Auschwitz-Birkenau in Poland are some of the photos of the day. (AP/EPA/Getty/Reuters) See more news-related photo galleries and follow us on Yahoo News Photo Tumblr.

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  • New clue on where famous WWII ship sank

    While some Americans are familiar with the demise of the Indianapolis -- the highest loss of Navy personnel at sea -- a recent nugget of information sheds new light on where the ship was attacked. Here are six questions about the USS Indianapolis and lessons learned: What's the new clue on where the ship went down? Richard Hulver, a historian for the Naval History and Heritage Command, knew that an LST -- an acronym for a cargo and troop carrier -- came across the USS Indianapolis 11 to 12 hours before the sinking. Wanting to know more about the location of the encounter, Hulver did a Google search on "USS Indianapolis" and "LST." In May 2015, the son of a U.S. sailor who was on the LST wrote

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  • Russia’s Answer to the AEGIS Missile Defense System Is in Big Trouble

    There have long been reports that the ongoing delays with the commissioning of the Admiral Gorshkov frigate have to do with defects in its air defense systems. These were thought to be primarily related to problems with integration of the Poliment Redut air defense missile system. The Poliment system was designed to be Russia’s answer to AEGIS, with four phased array antennas that are able to track 16 targets at the same time. The Redut system consists of four or eight vertical launch systems that launch three types of missiles. The 9M100 is the short-range missile, with a range of up to 15km. The 9M96M is the medium-range missile, with a range of 40-50km. Finally, the 9M96 long-range missile

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  • Clinton and Kaine tout economic agenda in the rust belt

    Clinton and Kaine are back on the campaign trail after the Democratic National Convention. The pair is expected to focus on the economy in battleground states Pennsylvania and Ohio, particularly Clinton's pledge to make the largest job-creating investment since World War II within her first 100 days

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