• Japan Has The Scariest-Looking Bridge Ever

    We've seen truly terrifying bridges before, but nothing quite as scary-looking as the Eshima Ohashi Bridge in Japan. The bridge, which connects the cities of Matsue and Sakaiminato, appears to go straight into the sky and suddenly drop off. Built high so that fishing boats can pass underneath, the structure fortunately isn't quite as steep as...

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  • Miley Cyrus: I Haven't Had Only 'Straight or Heterosexual' Relationships

    Gender doesn't matter much to Miley Cyrus. The 22-year-old activist just launched the Happy Hippie Foundation to help homeless and LGBT youth, and in an interview with the AP explained it's because she wants all young people to be themselves.

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  • Austin Rivers spectacularly wiped out on a crucial late-game possession

    This may have singlehandedly sealed the loss for the Clippers.

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  • NFL players react to deflate-gate report on Twitter

    After the release of the Wells Report, a number of current and former NFL players took to Twitter to react to the news.

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  • Mayweather Manager, Waddell & Reed Accused of Antitrust Fouls

    The boxing promotion company founded by Oscar De La Hoya filed a $300 million lawsuit accusing Floyd Mayweather manager Al Haymon and his financial backers including Waddell & Reed Financial Inc. of trying ...

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  • 10 Public Universities with the Worst Graduation Rates

    As more students choose public universities over private in order to afford tuition costs, finding the best state college or university depends on a few key statistics.  One of the most important—the graduation rate. The six-year completion rate for first-time, full-time students who started their four-year degree in the fall of 2008 was 55 percent, according to a study by the National Student Clearinghouse released in February. The rate has remained more or less stable in the past few years and is on average similar for private universities as it is for public universities, which are funded in part with our tax dollars. There are great discrepancies within the graduation rate at four-year public universities, just as there are among the different states (Delaware has a 73.4 percent graduation, Alaska has a 30 percent graduation rate).

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  • Oregon teacher arrested for allegedly burning pupils with Tesla coil

    By Courtney Sherwood PORTLAND, Ore. (Reuters) - An Oregon science teacher accused of using lab equipment to burn messages into the arms of at least eight teenage students was arrested and booked on two counts of criminal mistreatment, police said on Wednesday. Samuel Dufner, 37, is alleged by students to have used a Tesla coil, a device that produces sparks and is often used to illustrate electrical principles, to burn "I heart Mom" into the arms of 15-year-olds in one of his classes, said Salem Police Lieutenant Steve Burr. A parent reported the incident to South Salem High School, located in the state capital, Salem, about 50 miles south of Portland, and school officials alerted police late on Monday. "I had to look up Tesla coil on Wikipedia this morning." The device was being used in several classes last week to ignite gases that would propel a rocket for a science demonstration, and police said it was not clear if students in other classes may also have been burned by Dufner.

  • 10 most valuable soccer teams of 2015 (10 photos)

    May 6 (Reuters) - European champions Real Madrid are the world's most valuable soccer club for a third straight year, according to a Forbes poll released on Wednesday that showed the average value of the top 20 teams rose 11 percent over last year. The Spanish club's value fell five percent to $3.26 billion but their $746 million in revenue, the highest of any sports team in the world, was enough to keep them top of the list, Forbes said in a statement. Barcelona ($3.16 billion), Manchester United ($3.10 billion), German champions Bayern Munich ($2.35 billion) and Manchester City ($1.35 billion) rounded out the top five. Rising television and shirt sponsorship revenue helped drive the average value of the top 20 clubs to $1.16 billion, a staggering 84 percent jump from five years ago. Eight of the top 20 teams are from the English Premier League, which Forbes credited to both a rise in the British pound relative to the euro and U.S. dollar and a lucrative new domestic TV deal starting from the 2016-17 season. Serie A champions Juventus ($837 million), AC Milan ($775 million), Inter Milan ($439 million) and Napoli ($353 million) are the only Italian teams to crack the top 20 but none were higher than ninth place. Forbes said the once-great Serie A brand has been undermined over the past decade by match-fixing scandals, antiquated stadiums, rising debts and a decline in talent on the pitch.

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  • Kyrie Irving, Timofey Mozgov, and the Cavs Drive Some Serious Supercars

    Not all multimillionaire Cleveland Cavaliers drive Kias. Some drive Audis, Lamborghinis, Porsches and Rolls-Royces. Star point guard Kyrie Irving was spotted filling up his matte black Lamborghini Aventador today before he and the rest of the No. 2-seeded Cavs look to split their home games in game two of the conference semi-finals against the three-seed Bulls. Irving

  • Tesla plans to unveil its $35,000 Model 3 in March 2016

    Tesla is aiming to reveal the Model 3, its answer to BMW's 3-series, in March 2016. CEO Elon Musk announced the target date during today's call with Tesla investors. It's been rumored that Tesla is targeting a price around $35,000. The Model 3 is set to become Tesla's mainstream vehicle, with the Model S and Model X retaining their higher price points, superior range, and more luxurious features.

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  • Let’s just hope the iPhone never gets this good

    Apple is constantly figuring out ways to make the iPhone better and better, with each new generation introducing new features, some more important than others. But let’s just hope Apple never gets as good as making phones as the following video suggests. DON’T MISS: iPhone 6 is a huge problem for Android Discovered by AdWeek and conceived by Noka Films, a new video that parodies an iPhone 7 ad is supposed to raise awareness on a major iPhone side-effect that’s not always obvious: Smartphone addiction. “Upgrade is a story of a young woman who is experiencing an embarrassing malfunction with her older model of the iPhone and is desperately seeking an upgrade,” the filmmakers said. “iPhones and similar smartphones are now an integral part of our modern life,

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  • Stay Sharp: 12 Knife Storage Options to Buy or DIY (13 photos)

    A well-honed blade is probably the most important tool in any kitchen. No self-respecting chef would dream of prepping a meal without a set of trusty slicers and choppers. Storage, however, presents a bit of a challenge. Kitchen knives need to be convenient to grab, but for safety’s sake, they also need to be stowed securely. Here are a dozen sharp ways to store them. | By Debra Immergut, BobVila.com

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  • Jennifer Lawrence's Salary Drama: $20M 'Passengers' Pay Tests Sony

    If a person were to try to design a movie project that could simultaneously attract and repel studio exec, it might be the space drama 'Passengers,' starring Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt.

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  • World of Warcraft Loses Nearly 3 Million Subscribers in Three Months

    Subscribers fell from 10 million to 7.1 million; Activision Blizzard revenue and profit fall year-over-year.

  • Opportunity Rover Sees Rock Spire in Mars Crater (Photo)

    A new photo captured by NASA's Mars rover Opportunity shows a rocky spire in a shallow crater on the Red Planet. The mosaic, which combines images taken by Opportunity's panoramic camera on March 29 and March 30, depicts a shallow Mars crater called Spirit of St. Louis. The crater is "about 110 feet (34 meters) long and about 80 feet (24 meters) wide, with a floor slightly darker than surrounding terrain," NASA officials wrote April 30 in a description of the image. Spirit of St. Louis lies along the western rim of a much larger crater called Endeavour, which Opportunity has been exploring since August 2011.

  • India moves to settle 1974 border dispute with Bangladesh

    India took a step towards ratifying a 41-year-old border dispute with Bangladesh Wednesday that would see thousands of people living in "enclaves" being allowed to choose their nationality. They have survived both the partition of the sub-continent after British rule ended in 1947 and Bangladesh's 1971 war of independence from Pakistan. On Wednesday, the upper house of India's parliament passed a bill to exchange the enclaves, in a step towards ratifying a land boundary agreement signed between India and Bangladesh in 1974. The earlier we implement, sooner we reap the benefits," she was quoted as saying by the Press Trust of India news agency.

  • This is the carefully planned diet of celebrity trainer Tony Horton

    Tony Horton has long been known as one of the...

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  • Cindy Crawford Looks Even More Fabulous Makeup-Free

    Cindy Crawford does not need makeup to model. The 49-year-old supermodel was spotted stepping out in Malibu, Calif., without makeup and a casual ensemble. And leave it to Crawford to make a flannel shirt, jeans and a black button-up jacket look like high fashion. WATCH: Cindy Crawford's Untouched Lingerie Pic Is Amazing!  Even her ponytail blows beautifully in the wind! Splash News PHOTOS: Stars Without Makeup Then again, it's easy to pull off the natural look with such a flawless face. It's no wonder a Barbie doll was made in the brunette beauty's likeness.  Last October, Crawford shared with Elle that she's passing on her great skin tips to her 13-year-old daughter, Kaia. "For my daughter, I want her to feel beautiful with and without makeup, that she can go out of the house with a clean face," Crawford said. "That's why it makes taking care of your skin even more important. Because when your skin looks good, you don't feel like you have to hide behind your makeup." Last February, Crawford and her husband Randy Gerber opened up to ET about their amazing home in Malibu and their marriage. Watch below.:

  • I Wanted More Kids — But My Husband Was Done

    I began to see the sun shining again only recently, after I made true peace with the fact that our lives don’t always go exactly as planned, and that it’s okay. I had a vision for my family that I was clinging to, and I finally let it go. Today, I am living for the blessings I have and no longer mourning the ones I had been hanging onto. I am — we are — complete.

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