• What The Heck Is This Thing On Mars?

    A NASA image of Mars being passed around on social media over the weekend has imaginations running wild.The photo shows a stone formation in front of what may be a kind of cave. Some say it looks a bit like a crab monster straight out of a science fiction tale. Here's a closer look: But don't worry, future missions to Mars are unlikely...

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  • Kim Kardashian’s Daughter North Holds Hands With Kourtney’s Son Mason As They Attend A Birthday Party

    Kim Kardashian’s daughter North and Kourtney’s son Mason have been showing that the Kardashian Kontingent’s close bond is stronger than ever, walking along hand-in-hand after attending a birthday party. Nori also wore a white top white silver writing on it, teamed with acid wash denim shorts and white vans, with her hair tied into a little bun.

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  • Caitlyn Jenner Addresses Candis Cayne Dating Rumours In ‘I Am Cait’: ‘She’s A Very Attractive Lady’

    Caitlyn Jenner has spoken about rumours that she’s dating Candis Cayne in the new episode of ‘I Am Cait’, which aired in America last night.

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  • This May Be the Coolest Camping Invention Yet

    Not only does this tent keep you cool, but it also makes other campers less annoying.

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  • Bobby Brown’s Wife Rushed To Hospital After Bobbi Kristina’s Funeral

    Musician Bobby Brown was faced with more heartache after he lay 22-year-old Bobbi Kristina to rest yesterday, with his wife, Alicia Etheredge, being rushed to hospital after suffering a seizure. According to TMZ reports, mere hours after saying goodbye to his daughter at her funeral, Bobby’s wife, who had given birth to their daughter Bodhi, earlier this month, had to be taken to hospital via ambulance as paramedics rushed to help her. Thankfully, Alicia was able to make a recovery and Bobby is expected to attend Bobbi Kristina’s burial in New Jersey tomorrow.

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  • Trump campaign fires staffer over controversial Facebook posts

    Donald Trump's presidential campaign has fired a staffer after racially charged and insulting Facebook posts under his name came to light, a person close to the campaign said on Sunday. The posts, which date back to 2007, included an apparent racial slur targeting civil rights leader Reverend Al Sharpton's daughter. Other posts called President Barack Obama "a Socialist Marxist Islamo Fascist Nazi Appeaser," and "Kenyan" and "Muslim," according to Business Insider, which first reported the posts on Friday.

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  • What's Goodell’s motivation for how he’s handled Brady appeal?

    It was somewhat surprising NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell upheld Tom Brady's four-game suspension following the Patriots quarterback's appeal. What was Goodell's motivation for handling the appeal the way he did? "We had so long to process it I had every eventuality covered," Tom E. Curran said on Sports Sunday.

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  • AT&T launches first DirecTV bundle: $200 for TV, wireless for four

    It marks the first time a company has been able to offer a bundle of television and wireless service throughout the nation.

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  • “Unwell” Aishwarya turns perfect muse for Manish Malhotra (10 photos)

    New Delhi, Aug 3 (IANS) Designer Manish Malhotra unveiled his newest limited edition collection titled “The Empress Story” at the Amazon India Couture Week (AICW) 2015 and who could be the better choice than beauty queen Aishwarya Rai Bachchan as the showstopper for the final show of the fashion gala. Despite being under the weather, Aishwarya looked as confident as ever as she walked for the designer in an ensemble that reflected femininity and sensuousness. “I have known him (Manish) from very long . He was with me right from the beginning when I started my journey so it is certainly a proud moment for me to walk for him as a showstopper. I have viral but I had to be here as I always liked his collection. Its so special,” said the globally renowned Indian actress and the mother of one. The showcase was held at a special off-site event at The Leela Palace here on Sunday and since Malhotra is known as the favourite designer amongst the Bollywood fraternity, the show had to possess grandeur. While the ramp was decorated like a rose garden with chandeliers adding more spunk to the entire feel of the finale, the presence of some of the popular faces from Bollywood added the glamour quotient. While Kriti Sanon, Aditi Rao Hydari, Pernia Qureshi and Pakistani actor Imran Abbas represented the young faces of Bollywood, veterans like Shabana Azmi added their own charm to the fashion gala. However what took everyone’s attention was the presence of veteran actress Jaya Bachchan who was not only seen sharing some light moments with Shabana but also spotted clapping for her daughter-in-law Aishwarya as she walked the ramp. Malhotra showcased his collection titled “The Empress Story” - a line that will debut in Spring 2016 at the first Manish Malhotra Flagship Boutique in London and Dubai. Sharing his inspiration this time and the idea of choosing Aishwarya as the showstopper, the designer told IANS: “2015 is a very special year for me as it marks 25 years as a costume stylist/director and 10 years of my label ‘Manish Malhotra’. What makes it even more special is Aishwarya returned to runway after five years as the showstopper for my show. She is a style icon. She is beautiful and stunning.” The design of the collection was influenced by his passion for reviving centuries-old Indian craftsmanship. Each outfit in the collection was special as there were limited editions and it presented Indian intricate detailing on classic western silhouettes. From textured fabrics, voluminous gown-like silhouettes that could be worn as an ode to 'lehengas’, trails of exquisite silk and intricate embroidery were some of the highlights of the line. The colour palette moved from metallic silver and antique gold to rich burgundy, old rose pink, pearl grey and coffee brown. There were also elaborate mushroom-flower and bird motifs in delicate threadwork, bringing to life the legacy of exquisite craftsmanship that the designer is known for. The couture soiree also shared a glimpse into the Manish Malhotra men’s collection that varied from structured jackets, trench coats and waistcoats, in hues of blue and black with a touch of intricate embroidery. The men’s Collection will be available at the brand’s standalone men’s boutique in Delhi this winter.

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  • The 10 Best Stocks to Hold Forever

    Few people realize these stocks exist. But many of the richest, most successful investors have been cashing in on them for decades. Now you can too...

  • Seattle CEO That Slashed His Own Pay Struggling to Make Ends Meet

    Tom Llamas reports the stories people have been buzzing about all week.

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  • Brad Keselowski runs over crew in wild NASCAR pit stop

    Thankfully everyone was okay from this, because Brad Keselowski's pit stop was a total mess. The No. 2 car has had trouble with pit stops in the past, but nothing compares to running over your crew and overshooting the pit box.

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  • Airplane door found on Réunion Island

    The door of an airplane has been found on the north coast of Réunion Island, a local official on the island said on Sunday, offering potentially another clue to the disappearance of the long-missing Malaysia ...

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  • Bloodbath as Greek stock market down 20%

    Traders have braced themselves for a day of "losses and volatility" as Greece's stock market reopened after a five-week closure.

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  • This Design Technique Will Make Any Home Look More Expensive (6 photos)

    Custom details can make the simplest of rooms more elegant. One especially easy and wallet-friendly custom upgrade is applied molding, sometimes called "picture boxing." This technique involves measuring and mounting molding directly to the walls, often in square or rectangular forms. The end result is at once simple and luxurious. Applied molding is a go-to trick for Scott McGillivray, host of Income Property on HGTV and real estate expert. He frequently uses the technique both on his show and in his own investment properties. "It's a perception of higher class," Scott says. Contemporary applied molding is, "a play off of traditional Victorian ideas, of grand chateaus that have expensive molding. That was a lot of work; the boards were hand-hewn or routered to fit the exact spaces." Thanks to developments with mass-produced fiberboard molding, that same historically classy look can be replicated for a reasonable price. Scott recommends getting adventurous with applied molding, as there really are no rules when it comes to customizing. Consider using molding above your bed, where a headboard might go, or paint molding a contrasting color from the wall to make certain spaces pop. Whatever you decide, the best part about applied molding is that most people can do it. Anyone with "basic carpentry skills" can perfect the technique when they follow Scott's six steps below.

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  • Ronda Rousey's continued dominance puts focus back on potential 'Cyborg' bout

    The table's set for a Ronda Rousey-Cristiane 'Cyborg' Santos superfight, if 'Cyborg' wants it bad enough.

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  • Barnacles on debris could provide clues to missing MH370: experts

    By Swati Pandey SYDNEY (Reuters) - Barnacles encrusted on a piece of plane debris that washed up on the French island of Reunion might help unravel the mystery of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 that disappeared last year with 239 passengers and crew on board. Malaysia said on Sunday the piece of debris, a 2-2.5 meter (6.5-8 feet) wing surface known as flaperon, had been identified as being from a Boeing 777, the same model as the missing Malaysian plane. Based on photographs, ecologists in Australia believe the crustaceans clinging to the wing piece are goose or stalk barnacles.

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  • AP WAS THERE: US drops atomic bombs on Japan in 1945

    EDITOR'S NOTE: On two days in August 1945, U.S. planes dropped two atomic bombs — one on Hiroshima, one on Nagasaki, the only times nuclear weapons have been used. Their unprecedented destructive power incinerated buildings and people and left lifelong physical and psychological scars on survivors and on the cities themselves. "Practically all living things, human and animal, were literally seared to death," an AP story reported. A few days later, Japan announced its unconditional surrender. World War II was effectively over.

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  • Olive Garden Employees Claim Fetty Wap Dashed On His Bill

    Employees at a New Jersey Olive Garden are calling out "Trap Queen" artist Fetty Wap for failing to pay his full bill, reports TMZ. Fetty Wap's camp says his party waited nearly two hours and the food never arrived. The restaurant's employees dispute Fetty's claims, saying he was only in the restaurant 30 minutes. Olive Garden doesn't appear to be pressing charges.

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  • Last night The Empire State Building became the face of extinction

    Then 40 stacked projectors on the top of a nearby building switched on, and the Empire State Building became the world’s largest tombstone. Insects, sea creatures, mammals, and birds crawled, swam, and flew over the structure, as spectators "oohed" and "awed." At times, sounds of the rainforests also came through the speakers, transporting us from the Manhattan roof to the lush habitats these animals call home.

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  • Health officials to hold town hall meeting to discuss Legionnaire's Disease; total number of cases rises to 71

    Political leaders and health officials are set to hold a meeting on Monday night after a fourth person has died due to Legionnaire's Disease in the Bronx.

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