• ‘Ice cream killer’ is so dangerous, she’s headed to a men’s prison

    A Spanish murderer dubbed the “ice cream killer” is so dangerous, she’s being moved to an all-male prison to serve out her life sentence, according to a new report. Estibaliz Carranza, 38, earned the chilling nickname after she shot her boyfriend and ex-husband to death in 2008, cut up their bodies with a chainsaw and hid them in the freezers of her ice cream store in Vienna, Austria. The Mexican-born Spanish national stored the body parts in ice cream tubs filled with concrete and disguised the smell with air fresheners. Now, she’ll spend the rest of her life in an all-male prison in Asten, Austria, because she shows an “advanced reduction of the relevant dangerousness,” according to the Mirror.

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  • Kaliyah Mobley, Kidnapped at Birth, Discovered Her True Identity Two Years Ago, Friend Reveals

    Kamiyah Mobley, the 18-year-old abducted as a newborn from a Florida hospital and raised by her alleged kidnapper in a South Carolina home, found out she was abducted about two years ago when she went to apply for a job, according to a friend. “She was upset about it,” Arika Williams, who long believed she was Mobley’s half-sister, tells PEOPLE. Mobley was only hours old on July 10, 1998, when authorities allege Gloria Williams posed as a health care worker and took her from a Jacksonville, Florida, hospital maternity ward.

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  • Teacher Pregnant by Student Gets 10 Years in Jail

    Alexandria Vera, 24, pleaded guilty last year to aggravated sexual assault of a child and was hoping to avoid prison and just get probation.

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  • Jay Cutler body shamed after Kristin Cavallari posts vacation photos

    Jay Cutler was able to get away to Mexico last week to celebrate his wife's 30th birthday, but the Bears quarterback couldn't escape criticism as some social media users slammed his vacation body. "He looks so flabby," one Instagram user commented on a picture of Cutler, wearing a Nike tank top and shorts, on a boat with Kristin Cavallari. "Jay been eatin them pancakes!" wrote another. Cutler, 33, hasn't played for the Bears since injuring his shoulder in the Nov. 20 loss to the New York Giants. His future with the team is uncertain. In the meantime, he threw a surprise party at Fulton Market Kitchen in the West Loop for Cavallari, who turned 30 on Jan. 5. The couple, who wed in 2013 and raise three

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  • If the iPhone 8 Looks Like This, the Galaxy S8 Is in Trouble

    The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are great upgrades, especially if you opt for the dual-camera-equipped Plus, but they don't really look any different from Apple's previous iPhones. If the new device looks anything like this, Apple will probably have a winner on its hands in time to celebrate the iPhone's tenth anniversary. Like the current iPhone, the iPhone 8 models on display here have curved edges, but both the front and back are made of glass, while the frame is stainless steel.

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  • Baby Dies After Being Found With Homeless Mother at Oregon Bus Stop

    The newborn child of a homeless woman in Oregon died last week after the two were found at a bus stop amid freezing temperatures.

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  • Michael Moore’s Predictions for Trump’s Presidency: He’ll Absolutely Build a Wall, Ban Muslims

    "I went through my five stages of grief months and months ago when I realized he was going to win."

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  • What Michelle Obama is Doing After Leaving the WH

    Starting with a much-deserved vacation.

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  • Ask Amy: Teeth cleaning in office restrooms disgusts employee

    Dear Amy: Where I work, we have several departments, which share a large, public bathroom. My issue is this: Often, I walk into the bathroom to see a colleague brushing their teeth in one of these public sinks. I’m guessing the most common reason is to prepare for a dentist appointment, but regardless of the reason, I find it really disgusting and thoughtless of others. I wash my hands in those sinks, and people think it’s okay to spit their food, saliva and germs into a public sink? It turns my stomach, Amy. I understand wanting clean teeth before seeing the dentist, but isn’t this poor (and unsanitary) etiquette? Your thoughts, please. Disgusted in the Bathroom Disgusted in the Bathroom: Some

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  • The Odd Couple - I'm Batman

    Charlotte helps Oscar confront the "Ice Man" despite her fear of birds.

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  • Christina and Tarek El Moussa May Be Better House Flippers Divorced—Here’s Why

    Now that Christina and Tarek El Moussa have officially split, the question everyone's wondering is can they still swing a dazzling deal on "Flip or Flop"? The post Christina and Tarek El Moussa May Be Better House Flippers Divorced—Here’s Why appeared first on Real Estate News & Advice | realtor.com®.

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  • These Are the Best Trader Joe’s Foods, According to Customers

    For those who are loyal Trader Joe’s shoppers, this is basically the supermarket’s version of the Emmy’s.

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  • Rare photos of Betty White you've likely never seen (25 photos)

    Happy birthday, Betty White! Our favourite Golden Girl turns 95 on Jan. 17 — and she’s certainly come a long way. White officially holds the record for the longest TV career for any female entertainer. In honour of her birthday, click through the gallery to see some rare, vintage photos captured earlier in her career. Let us know what you think by tweeting @ YahooStyleCA!

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  • One child killed, two others injured in dog attack in Atlanta

    Police said one child was killed and two others were injured in an attack involving three dogs Tuesday morning in Southwest Atlanta. The attack happened around 7 a.m. Tuesday on Gideons Street. Police described the dogs involved in the attack as pit bulls that were not wearing collars. Officers said Tuesday morning that they had identified the owners of the dogs. The dogs lived about a block away from the scene of the attack, according to police. It was not immediately clear whether the owners would face charges. Officers described the boy who was killed as five or six years old. A girl who survived the attack was hospitalized Tuesday morning with critical injuries. A third child was treated

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  • Did LeBron James Flop? Here’s What Physics Says

    This is one of my jobs. When there is something that happens, I have to do an analysis—the internet needs me. In this case, it’s a hit between Draymond Green and LeBron James. Was it a hit, or did LeBron flop? I’m not the judge, I’m just going to present evidence. Collisions When an object interacts with another object (with zero external forces), this is called a collision. Here are some important physics ideas about collisions. When two objects collide, there is a force. Object 1 pushes on Object 2 with an equal magnitude force (but in an opposite direction). This is just part of the nature of forces. A net force changes the momentum of an object. The change in momentum depends on both the

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  • Life aboard World War II submarines was brutal

    No one has ever claimed that life aboard a U.S. Navy ship was luxurious. Even on the most advanced warships on the planet life can still be cramped. Though today amenities are much improved, the sailors patrolling the oceans in World War II had a much different life than their modern counterparts. For one thing, the submarines of World War II were much smaller. Though only about 60 feet shorter than a modern submarine, the Gato and Balao-class submarines the U.S. Navy operated in World War II had a displacement of only about one third that of modern Virginia class submarines. In that small space, the submariners — some 60 to 80 in all — had to store themselves, their gear, and provisions for

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  • Donald Trump Is Already Weaseling Out of Being President

    Comparing photos of President Barack Obama in his early days in the White House with shots of him after years in office is a comedic trope hit over and over again in recent years—on late night TV, onstage at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, on Twitter. It’s an easy punch line. On the one side is a sprightly, dark-haired senator, eyes aglitter with the promise of hope and change; on the other, a graying, sallow president, his under-eyes puffed up by eight years of partisan battles and intermittent sleep, his back straining under the weight of the world. Why would President-elect Donald Trump want all that? The man is already 70 years old, with all the attendant under-eye sagging. He is

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  • Obama family won’t waste any time leaving after inauguration

    There won’t be any long goodbyes for President Obama after Donald Trump’s inauguration on Friday — the first family will jet out of DC immediately after the ceremony. Obama, his wife, Michelle, and daughters, Malia and Sasha, will head to sunny Palm Springs, California, for their first post-presidential holiday, TMZ reported. The family will board a helicopter after leaving the Capitol on Friday for the short hop to Andrews Air Force Base, where they will board a government jet for the trip to the left coast. While taxpayers will pick up the tab for the flight out, the Obamas will be on the hook for the trip back. On Monday, moving vans were spotted outside the family’s new DC digs in the district’s

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  • Pakistani mom promised her daughter a wedding reception. Instead, she burned her alive.

    Zeenat Rafiq had been married to her husband for just one week when her mother showed up at the couple’s home in June offering to throw them a wedding celebration. It must have been strange for the 18-year-old Pakistani woman. Her mother, Perveen Bibi, had never approved of her relationship with Hassan Khan, a classmate. Nor had other members of the family, who had rejected multiple marriage proposals from her husband before the couple eloped. But now, all was forgiven, her mother told her. Come home to celebrate so you’re not branded as an eloper. Rafiq nervously agreed. But there was no celebration on her return to the family’s home in Lahore, Pakistan. Instead, her mother and brother beat

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  • The Odd Couple - This Feels Awkward

    Felix experiences some nerves during his photo shoot with Emily.

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  • Self-made millionaire: The single biggest investment mistake you can make

    Getting rich is straightforward as long as you follow these rules, writes David Bach.

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  • ‘It Feels Good:’ Serena Williams Opens Up About Engagement to ‘Really Nice’ Fiancé Alexis Ohanian

    Serena Williams has finally opened up about her engagement to Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian. “I really haven’t thought about it too much, because I wasn’t even really gonna think about it until after the tournament,” Williams, 35, continued. Fittingly, she broke the news in a poem — on Reddit.

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