• Drug-Smuggling Women Took 200 Pounds of Cocaine on Exotic World Cruise: Cops

    Isabelle Lagace, 28, and Melina Roberce, 22, were arrested in Sydney, Australia after documenting their cruise on Instagram.

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  • Survivors of the Aurora shooting have to pay at least $700,000 to theater chain

    After a settlement deal fell apart, four survivors of the 2012 Aurora movie theater shooting are left having to pay the Cinemark chain at least $700,000. The failed settlement and financial repercussions were laid out Tuesday by the Los Angeles Times, which pieced together the story through interviews with people involved in the talks between the owners of the Century Aurora 16 mutliplex and 41 plaintiffs, including survivors and relatives of victims. A federal judge overseeing their case had advised the plaintiffs that they should settle with Cinemark within 24 hours. Another group of survivors had filed a state lawsuit, and a jury decided Cinemark could not have foreseen the shooting, which left 12 dead and more than 70 injured during a showing of The Dark Knight Rises.

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  • Trump makes a familiar mistake about American political history

    “The Republican Party is the party of Abraham Lincoln. Not bad,” said Trump, speaking at a rally in the Seattle suburb of Everett. “Not bad. It’s also the party of freedom, equality and opportunity.”   “It is the Democratic Party that is the party of slavery, the party of Jim Crow and the party of opposition,” Trump said, drawing boos from the supportive crowd, which was heavily white. As the Washington Post’s report noted, Trump was reading from prepared remarks, which sometimes gives him trouble: his mention of “party of opposition,” for example, was supposed to be “part of oppression.” Nevertheless, it was only a matter of time before Trump, more pundit than candidate, adopted one of the more

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  • After Being Stared Down by a Couple in Cracker Barrel, This Dad Received a Note About Parenting

    When Kevon Smith Sr. sat down for breakfast at Cracker Barrel with his son Kevon Jr. in Willoughby, OH, he had no idea he was going to make headlines just for being a good dad. Kevon noticed a couple staring and smiling at him and his 3-month-old son, and although he was confused, he just went on with the meal. "I noticed this older couple over in the corner," he said. "They kept smiling at me and I was looking at my son like, 'What is going on?'" But when Kevon left the restaurant, it all made sense, as he saw a note on his car from the couple praising his parenting along with cash to cover his breakfast. "Today your meal is on my wife and me," it read. "Enjoy that baby as long as God intends.

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  • Superhero Stuntwoman Crushes ‘American Ninja Warrior’

    When you think of superheroes, Superman & Co. come to mind, but Jessie Graff is here to prove that superheroes can live outside of comics.

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  • Man uses sledgehammer to rescue baby from hot car

    Police say a man used a sledgehammer to rescue a baby from a hot car at a New Jersey shopping center.

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  • Powerful earthquake hits central Italy (84 photos)

    Italy held a state funeral in pouring rain on Tuesday, Aug. 30, for some of the victims of an earthquake which leveled mountain communities last week, killing at least 292 people. Hundreds of mourners sheltered in a marquee or under umbrellas at the service for 28 victims, including two children, in the outskirts of the town of Amatrice. An effigy of the crucified Christ hung above a makeshift altar. Behind it lay a crumpled building, one of dozens devastated in the town by the Aug. 24 quake. The scene was framed by tree-covered mountains. (Reuters) See more news-related photo galleries and follow us on Yahoo News Photo Tumblr

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  • Teddy Bridgewater's Gruesome Injury Was Reportedly So Bad He Nearly Lost His Leg

    Teddy Bridgewater suffered what sounded like an absolutely horrific leg injury in Vikings practice on Tuesday, and he’ll almost certainly be out for the entire season with a torn ACL and a dislocated knee. Source confirms tibiofemoral dislocation, ruptured ACL for Bridgewater. Tibiofemoral dislocation … basically, Bridgewater's femur (upper leg) went off the tibia (shin, lower leg.) Yeah.

  • Trader bets $1.2 million on Bank of America – and could make a 633 percent profit

    Bank of America's shares have surged this summer, and one trade in the options pit could make big money.

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  • Candyman III: Day of the Dead

    The Candyman returns intent on making his descendent join him forever. After he frames her for the murders of her friends, she has nowhere else to turn.

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  • Mother Charged After Shooting Man She Found in Bed With Teen Daughter

    New details have emerged in the case of an Oklahoma mother who was arrested after shooting a 31-year-old man she found kissing her daughter in bed. Valerie Fowler admitted to having met the man before, after initially labeling the unidentified man as an “intruder” according to official documentation. Fowler was initially arrested for assault with a deadly weapon after shooting the man twice, wounding him, Jon Scott reported. Her 16-year-old daughter told police the man visits about three times a week while Fowler is at work. Trial attorney Wendy Patrick said on America’s Newsroom that analysis of incident like this is akin to how officials study the aftermath of a police-involved shooting: “What

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  • Government Attorneys Say Recovered Clinton Emails Could Include as Many as 30 Benghazi-Related Messages

    The State Department said today that as many as 30 previously undisclosed emails that may refer to the 2012 Benghazi attack are included in the thousands of deleted documents recovered by the FBI during an investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server when she served as secretary of state. Government lawyers revealed the number of potential new documents during a hearing in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia regarding lawsuits filed by the conservative legal group Judicial Watch, which is seeking access to records related to Clinton’s time at the State Department. Clinton is the Democratic presidential nominee.

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  • Mark Cuban lays out why he believes Donald Trump 'won't and can't' release his taxes

    Billionaire business mogul Mark Cuban explained in a series of tweets on Wednesday why he thinks Republican nominee Donald Trump "won't and can't release his tax returns." Cuban, the owner of the NBA's Dallas Mavericks and a star of ABC's "Shark Tank," used a 2013 deposition from Trump — uploaded by The Washington Post as a part of its "Trump Revealed" project — to make his point. In that deposition, Trump said in response to a question about the development of Trump properties in Las Vegas and Chicago that he set up single-use subchapter S corporations to develop projects. He said he did not use the Trump Organization for those types of projects. According to the Internal Revenue Service, S-corporation

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  • Dramatic Video Shows Woman Rescuing Children From Burning Car

    Flames engulfed two vehicles at a gas station in Connecticut after a motorist crashed into one of the pumps.

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  • My wife doesn’t work, splurged $10,000 — and wants her name on my home

    This husband’s savings are being depleted by a partner who likes to spend.

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  • Will.I.Am Ruins Another Perfectly Fine Car

    The Black Eyed Pea mods a Tesla, proves himself the opposite of Frank Ocean.

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  • The Moving Story Behind This Lunchroom Photo Will Bring You to Tears

    Leah Paske hasn't been in the "scary and hard" middle school grades for years, and understandably has forgotten most things about her experience aside from the one time she cried after a boy called her a name on the bus. But now that her son who has autism just started sixth grade, Paske has been feeling a bit of anxiety about middle school all over again. "Sometimes I'm grateful for his autism," Paske admitted in a post to Facebook. "That may sound like a terrible thing to say, but in some ways I think, I hope, it shields him. He doesn't seem to notice when people stare at him when he flaps his hands. He doesn't seem to notice that he doesn't get invited to birthday parties anymore. And he doesn't

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  • New Book: History Is 'Entirely Incompatible' With Islam

    An American Muslim who investigated the historical evidence for Islam and Christianity discovered an astounding truth: the evidence is "entirely incompatible" with Islam, while it supports the three greatest arguments for Christianity. "It was not just that history did not support the traditional narratives of Islam, but rather that history proved to be entirely incompatible with Islamic origins," writes Nabeel Qureshi (emphasis his), author of the book No God But One: Allah or Jesus? A Former Muslim Investigates the Evidence for Islam & Christianity. The book, released Tuesday, provides a deep investigation of the key differences between the two faiths and delves into the historical evidence

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  • This May Be the Scariest Study on Obamacare Yet -- The Motley Fool

    When enacted in January 2014, the Affordable Care Act was expected to turn the healthcare industry on its head. And in some ways, it certainly has. As of March 31, there were 11.1 million paying ACA customers. Mind you, this figure doesn't take into account the millions of individuals and families who have benefited from the expansion of Medicaid in 31 out of 50 possible states. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the uninsured rate hit an all-time low of just 9.1% at the end of 2015. What the data would suggest is that the ACA (or Obamacare, as it's more commonly known) has greatly improved medical access for a large swath of the population -- namely, people with low

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  • The Math to Victory

    Nick Confessore and Matt Mackowiak join Chris Hayes to talk about the Democrats' chances of taking back the Senate in 2016.

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  • What I learned reading 3,721 pages of Hillary Clinton's schedule

    A CNBC reporter looked at nearly 4,000 pages released by the State Department of Clinton's daily schedule, offering a rare glimpse into her life.

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  • Angry Texas Judge Confronts U.S. Over Immigration Plan ‘Lies’

    Lawyers for the federal government have been squirming for more than a year under the threat of punishment from a Texas judge who’s convinced they lied to him about President Obama’s immigration program. They may be uncomfortable a while longer. When U.S. District Judge Andrew S. Hanen in Brownsville blocked administration plans to shield more than 4 million undocumented immigrants from deportation and give them work permits, he extracted a promise from Justice Department attorneys -- in person and in writing -- that “nothing would happen” before his order took effect. Hanen didn’t hide his fury when government officials issued about 100,000 work permits in spite of the department’s assurances.

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