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  • Kylie Jenner's Super Revealing VMAs After-Party Dress Is Out of Control!

    Kylie Jenner sure knows how to make an appearance! The 18-year-old Keeping Up With the Kardashians star was the only Kardashian/ Jenner to go for a wardrobe change between the 2015 MTV VMAs and the after-party, and she did it in this show-stopping, revealing, black Balmain dress. PHOTOS: Best and Worst Dressed at the 2015 VMAs Splash News Kylie, Tyga and more of her squad arrived at the Republic Records VMA Afterparty at Ysabel in West Hollywood, California, and judging by this pantless morning after Instagram, the crew had some type of night. The young homeowner was feeling the dress two, repeatedly posting on her Instagram about it, writing, "this dress is bombbb." Kylie was all Balmain all night, and also wore this embellished tan minidress by the designer to the actual awards ceremony. Although it’s not that unusual seeing as Kylie stars in Balmain’s recent ad campaign alongside Kendall. MORE: 22 Questions We Have After Watching the 2015 MTV VMAs Getty Images And don't think the reality star was unaffected by her brother-in-law Kanye West's life-changing VMA speech, that ended in him announcing his presidency in 2020. Kylie put up her support via a meme on Instagram, that read, "Kanye West For President." WATCH: Kanye West Admits He's High and Announces Candidacy for President During VMA Vanguard Acceptance Speech A cause we can all get behind. Meanwhile, while they have been careful about not displaying too much PDA for the paparazzi, Kylie and her 25-year-old boyfriend Tyga are all over each other in this NSFW video. WATCH: Kylie Jenner Kisses Tyga in Rapper's PDA-Filled 'Stimulated' Music Video Watch below.

  • Everyone has asked out Ronda Rousey, but she just said yes to a Marine

    Hey guys, I'm trying to take Ronda Rousey to the Marine Corps Ball this year and I need your help to reach out to her and her fans. Today, TMZ caught up with Rousey in a Whole Foods parking lot to ask her for a reply. Earlier TMZ had phoned Haschert into their show to ask him a few questions.

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  • It's best for Redskins and RG3 to just part ways

    Washington Post's Dan Steinberg explains why Redskins' owner Dan Snyder needs to take his share of the blame for the downfall of Robert Griffin III and the locker room reaction to Kirk Cousins leading the team.

    NBC Sports
  • How Alabama's recent NFL first-rounders have fared (15 photos)

    The University of Alabama has done well during the Nick Saban era, winning three national championships and sending a horde of players to the NFL. However, college success has not translated to the NFL (i.e. Trent Richardson getting cut Monday). Here's a look at how Alabama's 15 first-round picks from 2010-14 have fared so far.

    Yahoo Sports
  • The Latest: Kentucky clerk details her religious beliefs

    MOREHEAD, Ky. (AP) — The latest on a Kentucky county clerk who has refused to issue marriage licenses despite a U.S. Supreme Court ruling against her (all times local):

    Associated Press
  • ‘What Donald Trump Has Started is Dangerous,’ Trumka Says

    Donald Trump’s campaign rhetoric is “un-american and I think its racist; it’s saying one group of people is superior to another group of people,” AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka says at Christian Science ...

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  • Amazon Prime's Streaming Service Just Added A Feature Netflix Really Needs

    Traveling just got a bit more pleasant for Amazon Prime subscribers.On Tuesday, the online retail giant announced that it's now possible to download certain movies and TV shows directly from Amazon Video apps to your iPhone, iPad, Android device or Fire tablet. That means you can forget pricey in-flight WiFi and get your media squared away...

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  • Howe: Gronk has earned different rules from Belichick

    Rob Gronkowski hasn't played in a preseason game since 2012. Why risk getting one of the Patriots' most valuable players hurt? Howe says Gronk has earned the exception to Belichick's normal way of doing things.

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  • 6 simple ways to improve your Wi-Fi signal

    With Google’s OnHub router attracting a lot of press lately, we thought it’d be a good time to run down some easy ways you can improve your Wi-Fi signal without having to plunk down $200 bucks for a fancy new toy. Without question, the OnHub router introduces a number of compelling new features, but the reality is that most folks will likely stick with whatever router their ISP gave them at sign-up. If you fall into this category, the following tips should be helpful. DON’T MISS: This versatile 15-in-1 Travel Jacket is Kickstarter’s most funded piece of clothing at $7.2M 1) Move your router to a central location One of the first things you can do to improve your Wi-Fi signal is

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  • UK's most unloved dog still searching for home

    Maggie the whippet-cross had just turned one when she was abandoned by a large family who could no longer cope with a pet in 2003. The dog was taken in by staff at the Serendipity Kennels in Cellarhead near Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs. But despite several appeals to match her with a family, no-one has come forward despite being overlooked by around 50,000 potential owners. Incredibly, the 13-year-old dog has been at the centre for so long that she has been through three managers and dozens of dog handlers.

  • Crude oil is getting slammed

    Crude oil is getting slammed.  After a furious 3-day rally that saw prices of West Texas...

    Business Insider
  • This year's El Nino weather pattern could be strongest on record: experts

    By Tom Miles GENEVA (Reuters) - The current El Nino weather phenomenon is expected peak between October and January and could turn into one of the strongest on record, experts from the World Meteorological Organization said at a news conference on Tuesday. Climate models and experts suggest surface waters in the east-central Pacific Ocean are likely to be more than 2 degrees hotter than average, potentially making this El Nino one of the strongest ever. Typically, the warm air above the eastern Pacific is causing increased precipitation over the west coast of South America and dry conditions over the Australia/Indonesia archipelago and the Southeast Asia region, said Maxx Dilley, director of the WMO's Climate Prediction and Adaptation Branch.

  • Photos: The practically indestructible 'Bunker Moderne' house, now heavily discounted (35 photos)

    This partially buried home in Southern California has failed to sell after a year and is now asking $2.3 million as a downsized property, half its original price but minus some acreage and a second house. Click here for more on Yahoo Homes -- including video of a homeowner who survived Washington's inferno from INSIDE a similar concrete bunker. Also on Yahoo Homes: • Comedian Steve Martin's artistic concrete bunker (27 photos) • Off-grid, handmade shipping container cabin could be yours (16 photos) • Drunken boast leads to this DIY 'Skysphere' (21 photos)

    Yahoo Homes
  • Oscar Isaac Says His X-Men: Apocalypse Role Is Like Playing God

    ‘X-Men’ villain Oscar Isaac has teased the power of Apocalypse… as he reveals that playing the iconic villain is like playing God. During an interview with Paste Magazine, the 36-year-old Marvel mutant explained what it’s like to join the ‘X-Men’ franchise… and hinted at the power of Apocalypse. “I was also a big fan of X-Men, particularly the villain Apocalypse, so when those parts came around and there was interest for me to do them, I was excited about it.

    Ryan Leston
  • Freshman WR packs up and leaves SDSU without telling coaches

    Four-star signee Desean Holmes packed his bag and abruptly left the program.

    Dr. Saturday
  • The Ford GT Racecar V6 Makes an Otherworldly Sound

    The ordering process for the new Ford GT supercar is currently underway, and it is not exactly as simple as walking into a showroom and asking to test drive a Fiesta hatchback. No, Ford is asking prospective buyers to follow their application process. It sounds tedious, but based on the video of the GT out

  • Why an Ohio Judge Is Using Unusual Punishments to Keep People Out of Jail

    From making a man wear a chicken suit to having a woman get sprayed in the face by what she thought was going to be pepper spray, Judge Michael Cicconetti has become a viral sensation for his unique method of sentencing. Just last month, the municipal court judge got international media attention for giving 18-year-old Victoria Bascom the choice between 30 days in jail or walking 30 miles after she didn’t pay a cab driver for a 30-mile trip. Cicconetti said he doesn’t believe the law as it is written can really be the only way to serve justice.

    ABC News
  • Fred Jackson heading to Seattle, expected to sign with Seahawks

    Fred Jackson and Marshawn Lynch are about to be reunited. Jackson is flying to Seattle today and is expected to sign with the Seahawks, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. In Seattle, Jackson would back up Lynch. That’s a familiar role for Jackson, who also shared a backfield with Lynch in Buffalo. The two were…

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  • 'Bizarre,' Human-Size Sea Scorpion Found in Ancient Meteorite Crater

    About 460 million years ago, a sea scorpion about the size of an adult human swam around in the prehistoric waters that covered modern-day Iowa, likely dining on bivalves and squishy eel-like creatures, a new study finds. The ancient sea scorpions are eurypterids, a type of arthropod that is closely related to modern arachnids and horseshoe crabs. The findings — which include at least 20 specimens — are the oldest eurypterid fossils on record by about 9 million years, said study lead researcher James Lamsdell, a postdoctoral associate of paleontology at Yale University.

  • Mitt Romney to Republican Party’s rescue?

    Former Gov. Robert Ehrlich, (R-MD), on the Republican field in the 2016 presidential race.

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