• The Messy Truth About Van Jones

    They never learn. The grand journalism pooh-bahs at CNN were humiliated this election cycle when WikiLeaks revealed that former CNN contributor and interim DNC chair Donna Brazile had shared a question with the Hillary Clinton campaign in advance of a March Democratic primary town hall debate. According to CNN, "activist anchor" Roland Martin and his production team at CNN's debate partner and identity politics network TV One were responsible for the leak. CNN host Jake Tapper called the episode "very, very troubling" and condemned the breach: "Journalistically, it's horrifying," he told WMAL radio. CNN president Jeff Zucker declared after an internal investigation that the network "would not

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  • Japan's sex problem is so bad that people are quitting dating and marrying their friends

    The Japanese sex problem has become so desperate that its young population are giving up on dating and are just marrying their friends. A Government survey found 69 per cent of Japanese men and 59 per cent of Japanese women do not have a romantic partner. One Japanese aggregator website has since been awash with stories of how people have simply got married to life-long friends. The country has one of the lowest birth rates in the world, with just 8.4 children being born per 1,000 inhabitants over the last five years. Its population of 127m people is predicted to decrease to 87m by 2060. The survey, carried out by the country’s National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, also

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  • TV Host with Breast Cancer Forced to Remove Wig as Part of ‘Horrific’ TSA Body Search

    Denise Albert, the co-founder of The MOMS, is speaking out after what she calls an “horrific” pat down from Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agents at the Los Angeles International Airport on Sunday — all over medication related to her breast cancer treatment. “I don’t know what was different this time but TSA agents aggressively attempted to do a body cavity search in public,” said Albert in the post. “I was TSA precheck and once through the scanner they asked me to take off my shoes.

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  • It's Not Lea Michele's Swimsuit That'll Catch Your Eye — It's What She's Wearing With It

    A few days after Lea Michele attended Glee costar Becca Tobin's wedding, the actress traded in her Winter coat for a swimsuit. Lea was snapped on the beach wearing a cobalt blue one-piece, but it wasn't the bathing suit that caught our eyes first. It was actually her multicolored sarong, which she expertly tied to her waist. While some accessorize with body chains at the beach, Lea reminded us just how stylish and flattering a sarong can be. The piece served as a breezy, eye-catching skirt as the star posed to show off the side of her leg. Most of us won't be experiencing beach-weather temps for quite a while, but we're still ready to shop some viable, Lea-inspired swim and sarong options — for

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  • Man Arrested for Manslaughter in Slaying of Ex-NFL Player

    Critics slammed the sheriff for waiting four days before making the arrest.

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  • Notre Dame grads buy page in school's student paper lambasting AD and coach

    Brian Kelly’s team was 4-8 in 2016. Some Notre Dame fans are so unhappy with the state of the school’s football team that they bought a page in the student paper to express their dissatisfaction. The ad appears in the Dec. 7 issue of The Observer student paper. It blames Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick for failures and expresses a lack of confidence in coach Brian Kelly.

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  • Rare photos capture the attack on Pearl Harbor from the Japanese perspective, 75 years ago

    On Nov. 26, a naval group unlike any ever assembled set out from Japan and began sneaking across the North Pacific. The secret fleet included nine destroyers, two battleships, three cruisers, three submarines, seven fuel tankers — and six aircraft carriers laden with more than 400 planes, the greatest aerial attack force ever launched from sea. Many in the fleet feared that the two-week crossing would be impossible to execute without alerting the Americans, potentially turning their surprise attack into a disastrous trap. Yet when the ships reached position 230 miles north of Oahu in the early hours of Dec. 7, they remained undetected. Japanese subs lurking outside the mouth of Pearl Harbor on

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  • 9 tech-friendly gifts for people obsessed with travel (9 photos)

    It's hard to know what people really want for Christmas. This uncertainty can turn the most wonderful time of the year into one anxiety-filled shopping trip after another. While we can't help you shop for everyone in your family, we can help you choose a gift for the travel-lovers on your list. Whether they travel for business or adventure, here are 9 tech gifts for the globetrotter in your life. Related These suitcases will charge your phone. Are they worth it? The 9 best travel gifts for under $75 The 6 best smartphones to buy this holiday season The stylish carry-on bag makes your standard roller bag look archaic. The 4-wheeled spinner has a removable battery inside, allowing you to charge your smartphone via the two USB ports under the handle. The free Raden app functions as your control center, letting you see how much battery power your suitcase has left, and using GPS to find your bag if it goes missing. The app also displays the weight of your suitcase (the handle doubles as a scale), so you can make sure your bag meets weight requirements before you head to the airport. Every diligent traveler knows that a reliable backup phone battery is non-negotiable. This case by Anker gives users 120% more battery life to talk, text or watch YouTube videos. In addition to being thin, the case has a polycarbonate shell to protect your phone against drops. If you spend a lot of time in hotels, the Roku Streaming Stick will be your new best friend. This portable streaming device has a quad core processor and can be plugged in the HDMI port on the back of most flatscreen TVs. You can watch Netflix, HBOGo, Hulu or any of your favorite apps while you're on the road. The stick comes with a remote, but if you leave it at home, simply download the Roku app and use your smartphone as a controller. Never lose your luggage again with the help of Lugloc . After placing this small tracking device in your suitcase, you can track its location with your smartphone. Lugloc contains a 15-day rechargeable battery, so it will always be ready to track your bag when you need it most. Tracking is free for the first month, after which you can buy a monthly service plan to track your suitcase around the world. Plans start at $4.99 for one month. For adventure seekers, few cameras offer the freedom of the GoPro . This small camera shoots video in 4K, helping travelers create stunning content that will last a lifetime. Even better, the GoPro Hero 5 has voice control, image stabilization, a touch display, and is waterproof up to 33 feet. Use it solo or connect it to one of the dozens of mounts and accessories available for sports like biking, surfing, skiing and diving. Tune out the crying toddler on your flight with these noise canceling headphones from Bang & Olufsen. The rechargeable battery in the headphones gives you 20 hours of play with noise cancellation, and the lightweight headphones come with memory foam ear tips for ultimate comfort. The headphones also come with a remote and microphone built into the cord. Charge your devices while exploring the great outdoors with this solar panel from Anker. Powered by the sun, this lightweight panel is made of industrial strength PET plastic, ensuring it will withstand the elements while you hike and camp. Stellar photography is important for many travelers, but regular smartphone photos don't always deliver. If your traveler values quality images but doesn't want to buy an expensive camera, give them an Olloclip lens . This small accessory clips onto your phone and provides 4 different lens options from fisheye and wide-angle to macro zoom. Even better, the lenses work on both sides of your phone cameras so you can capture even more in your selfies. The company also has new lenses available for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. There's nothing like a good book to get you through a long flight, layover or car ride. The issue is that most books are bulky and hard to pack. Enter the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite , an affordable e-reader that holds more than 1,000 books and weighs just 7.3 ounces. In addition to being lightweight, the Kindle also has wi-fi connectivity, a built-in light and a battery that lasts 8 weeks on a single charge.

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  • Tom Hiddleston Cannot Escape Taylor Swift

    He was just trying to go for a jog, but…

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  • ND coach pleased after 9th-straight win

    Notre Dame coach Mike Brey praised his team's resolve following its 87-72 win over Fort Wayne.

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  • Report: Illegal Immigrants Using 'Magic Words' to Instantly Enter US

    Washington Times reporter Stephen Dinan said Tuesday that prospective illegal immigrants have been coached to use "magic words" when apprehended by US Border Patrol agents that will allow them to be temporarily released in to the country. Dinan told Melissa Francis that family members already here in the US as well as others in their home countries have been told to express fear of returning to their home country, which is sufficient under current federal policy for them to be released into the public while their complaint is processed. However, many illegal immigrants official expressions of fear are found by officials to be unsubstantiated, albeit as many as two to three years after they were

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  • Teen Accused of Beheading Classmate

    Mathew Borges will be tried as an adult.

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  • Constant Gym-Goer Ditched Her Cardio Workouts for Powerlifting and Lost 37 Lbs.

    For years, Alice Fields was a cardio queen, who would toil away on the treadmill in the hopes of slimming down. Fields tried this weight loss method unsuccessfully for around five years, and says she “felt trapped in my own body,” until a friend introduced her to powerlifting 18 months ago. “Not only had my strength increased dramatically, but my whole body composition changed.

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  • 'Star Wars' Actress Daisy Ridley Would 'Love to See the Look on People's Faces' When They Find Out About Rey

    Daisy Ridley thinks it’s “quite funny” that people keep asking her who Rey’s parents are — and has hinted that it might not be as big a mystery as everyone thinks. In an interview with Time Out London, the Star Wars: The Force Awakens star, who also narrated the documentary The Eagle Huntress (now in theaters), had a surprising take on the question that has been baffling Star Wars fans for the past year. “I thought a lot was answered in The Force Awakens,” Ridley told the magazine.

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  • NASA just spotted a massive hole growing on the surface of the sun — here’s what it means

    NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory just spotted a massive hole on the sun surface called a coronal hole. The hole appears black because it's cooler than its surroundings, and is responsible for high-speed solar winds that can sometimes disrupt satellite and radio communication satellites. Follow Tech Insider: On Facebook

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  • A new underwater robot captured eerie, high-def scenes from sunken ship

    A new type of underwater robot has made it possible to peer deep inside the USS Arizona, the sunken naval battleship that was bombed 75 years ago at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The remotely-operated submersible recently filmed sobering and previously unseen glimpses of the ship for the new documentary Pearl Harbor: Into the Arizona, a co-production of CuriosityStream and PBS.  SEE ALSO: Red-eyed robot snake designed to be a janitor for the ocean bed In the film, an officer's dress uniform, now covered in algae, still hangs from its hook in the living quarters. A crewman's hat keeps its shiny trim. A bathroom cabinet holds its original contents, while a blanket covers an intact bed. The Arizona was

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  • 12 Secrets Costco Shoppers Need to Know

    Stu pendousmat via Wikimedia Commons A Costco membership opens doors, quite literally, to a vast selection of bulk-size groceries and household goods selling at discounted prices. But buying potato chips ...

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  • Woman shuts down saleswoman who called her $130 engagement ring 'pathetic'

    When it comes to love, it's not about the money. Quinn and Ariel McRae dated for two years before tying the knot. But a saleswoman where the couple bought Ariel's rings tried to put a damper on the festivities by calling the jewelry "pathetic." "My husband doesn't have a lot, neither of us do," McRae explained in a Facebook post about the encounter. "We scrape and scrape to pay bills and put food in our bellies, but after almost 2 years of dating we decided that we couldn't wait anymore, so we didn't." "I wasn't even thinking about rings, I just wanted to marry my best friend," she continued, "But he wouldn't have it. He scraped up just enough money to buy me two matching rings from Pandora." The two headed to the store and picked out a pair of rings they could afford — two rings for $130. SEE ALSO: Little boy proposes to his classmate with his mom's diamond ring McRae was was thrilled to get her rings, and then, the couple encountered a saleswoman. "While we were purchasing my rings... another lady that was working there came over to help the lady selling them to us," she wrote. "She said, 'Y'all, can you believe that some men get these as engagement rings? How pathetic.'" "I watched my now husband's face fall," she continued. Quinn was already upset that he couldn't his fiancé a more expensive ring, so the saleswoman's words crushed him. "He was so upset at the idea of not making me happy enough and of me not wanting to marry him because my rings didn't cost enough money or weren't flashy enough," she explained. "Y'all I would have gotten married to this man if it had been a 25¢ gum ball machine ring" she proudly posted. "When did our nation fall so far to think the only way a man can truly love a woman is if he buys her $3,000+ jewelry and makes a public decree of his affection with said flashy ring?" McRae quickly shot down the pretentious saleswoman, calmly saying, "It isn't the ring that matters, it is the love that goes into buying one that is." "My husband was so afraid of me not wanting him because he couldn't afford a piece of jewelry," she posted. "But here I am though, courthouse married, $130 ring set, the love of my life by my side and happier than I could ever imagine." Looks like this marriage is off to a pretty perfect start. Mashable reached out to McRae for a comment, and will update the story when she replies. BONUS: Tom Hanks photobombed a wedding photoshoot in gym shorts

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  • Dear Abby: May I fantasize my husband's a woman?

    DEAR ABBY: I’m a woman, twice married. My first marriage was to a woman who hurt me deeply by lying and cheating. I am now married to a man who, even with his faults, is a wonderful husband. My thing is, I am still strongly attracted to women. I consider myself to be bisexual. When my husband notices that I look at women, I’m honest and tell him what I admire about a particular woman. What I leave out is that I’m turned on by them. He is not open to my actively being bisexual, not even a threesome. Is it all right for me to fantasize when I’m intimate with him that he’s a woman? I know some people fantasize about being with a celebrity or a more attractive mate, but is it all right to fantasize

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  • Jada Pinkett Smith and Daughter Willow Hit the Town Together for Star-Studded Chanel Event

    The mother-daughter duo looked chic in their similar black ensembles in Paris on Tuesday.

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  • Boeing responds after Trump knocks contract for Air Force One jets

    Donald Trump declared Tuesday morning that the Air Force should cancel its contract with Boeing to build two new presidential airplanes, asserting that the agreement had a $4 billion price tag. “Boeing is building a brand new 747 Air Force One for future presidents, but costs are out of control, more than $4 billion. It’s not clear how Trump, who frequently tweets exaggerated or baseless claims, arrived at that number.

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  • All of the Gorgeous Photos From Mark Ballas and BC Jean’s Dream Wedding (14 photos)

    The Dancing With The Stars pro married his Alexander Jean bandmate at a Nov. 25 ceremony

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