• News anchor completely loses it during story on man who lived as goat

    You've got to feel for newsreaders.  No matter what story they're telling, whether it's shocking, sad, or just plain bizarre, they have to do their best to keep a straight face SEE ALSO: Man becomes goat for 3 days, wins award During a segment on British designer Thomas Thwaites, the man who recently won an award for living as a goat for three days, the reporter above — understandably — couldn't stop herself from cracking up. You can't really blame her, to be fair.

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  • How Trump won over a bar full of undecideds and Democrats

    Ken Reed sat down at the main bar of the Tin Lizzy tavern with two things in mind: to dig into the tavern’s oversize cheese steak, and watch the presidential debate. Donald “Trump had the upper hand this evening,” she said, citing his command of the back-and-forth between him and Hillary Clinton. Reed, 35, is a registered Democrat and small businessman. “By the end of the debate, Clinton never said a thing to persuade me that she had anything to offer me or my family or my community,” he said, sitting at the same bar that has boasted local icons as regulars, such as the late Fred Rogers, and Arnold Palmer, who had his own stash of PM Whiskey hidden behind newer bottles of whiskey for his regular visits.

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  • Accused of assaulting employee for working too slowly, her trip to prison is fast

    BELLEVUE, Ohio —  A woman accused of assaulting a McDonald's employee for working too slowly has been sent to prison for violating probation for a previous offense. Mary Jordan, 33, of Sandusky, Ohio, was on probation after serving a 20-month prison term received in March 2014 for two counts of complicity to commit forgery when she was arrested in connection with the June 8 McDonald's assault. Jordan smiled widely in her police mugshot and was charged with one misdemeanor count each of assault and child endangerment in the Bellevue incident. She was sentenced Aug. 26 to seven months in prison for violating terms of her probation in the 2014 case. Jordan and two other Sandusky women, Ashley England

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  • Archaeologists discover 18th century pub full of untouched bottles of brandy

    Archaeologists have uncovered a forgotten 200-year-old pub beneath the city of Manchester, England. And the best part? It still has full, untouched bottles of brandy inside, The Independent reports. Archaeologists discovered the underground pub — once known as the Astley Arms — when they were brought in to inspect the site of a future skyscraper. During the excavation, they found pottery belonging to Thomas Evans, who was the landlord of Astley Arms in 1821. "It's brilliant because you can suddenly connect it to the local people in the area. We looked online about [Evans'] family history and one of his descendants now lives in Texas," said the site's archeological supervisor, Aidan Turner. As

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  • New details emerge in Jose Fernandez's deadly boating accident

    A day after 24-year-old Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez was killed in an early morning boating accident, new details of the crash are being made public. According to USA Today, Fernandez and two friends, identified by WSVN.com as Eduardo Rivero and Emilio Macias, died in a crash on Government Cut, a Miami Beach jetty that gives boats direct access to the ocean. The boat, a 32-foot SeaVee Center Console fishing vessel named the Kaught Looking, did not belong to Fernandez, and he was not driving it at the time of the crash. It belonged to one of the other men who died in the accident, though according to Lorenzo Veloz, an official with the Florida Wildlife Commission, Fernandez was often seen on the boat with Marlins teammates.

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  • The Easy Eating Formula For Getting Rid of Body Fat

    If you feel soft in the middle, you can either thank your mother for inheriting her blessed genetic predisposition for belly flab or your sweet kiddos who were created there. Whatever the reason, if you'd much rather have a sleeker midsection, as a mom of two, I can totally relate. Although it's impossible to spot-reduce fat from specific areas, we've enlisted the help of Christmas Abbott, CrossFit competitor and author of The Badass Body Diet ($28), to help us ditch our pinch-more-than-an-inch tummies. As a formerly "skinny fat" woman who transformed her body through CrossFit and a dialed-in diet, Christmas understands how real women feel and also what they need to do to get the body they crave.

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  • Arnold Palmer Sent This Telegram to Jack Nicklaus After the '86 Masters

    (c) 2016 Time Inc. Tour Confidential: Remembering Arnold Palmer Alan Shipnuck, Jeff Ritter and Alan Bastable react to the news of Arnold Palmer's death and provide their favorite memories of The King.Jack Nicklaus added another memento to the online archives of his long friendship with Arnold Palmer this morning: a telegram that The King sent him after his historic win at the 1986 Masters. Nicklaus became the oldest winner of the Masters and the second-oldest winner of a major championship.

  • Kendall Jenner's Airport Pants Will Replace Your Favorite Pair of Sweats

    When deciding on a travel outfit, comfort typically comes first, and Kendall Jenner's latest jet-setting look — a Vetements pullover paired with silky, striped track pants — fits right into that category. The model was spotted rocking the ensemble at LAX, keeping accessories to a minimum and finishing her look with a pair of white sneakers. Kendall may be onto something with her on-the-go look, as Hailee Steinfeld — who was at LAX the very same day — wore a pair of Adidas track pants with a crop top for her own flight. The coincidence definitely left us wondering: are these bottoms the new, more stylish airport sweats? Scroll through for proof that this might be the case, then shop some track

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  • We tested 4 boxed cake mixes and figured out the only brand worth buying

    Using boxed cake mix at home is to be expected in most people's lives — but when the time comes, which brand should you choose? INSIDER decided to put four chocolate cake mixes to the test and settle the question once and for all.  We went to our local New York City grocery store, Best Market, and sought out the boxed cake section. We purchased four brands: Pillsbury, Betty Crocker, Duncan Hines, and the generic grocery store brand "Best Yet." Each brand had a "Devil's Food" chocolate cake mix, except Duncan Hines. Theirs was "Swiss Chocolate." The image on the box looked similar enough to the other three that we decided to buy it anyways, figuring chocolate cake is chocolate cake, right? We

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  • Undecided voters react to first presidential debate

    A group of undecided voters in a focus group conducted by CBS News contributor and Republican pollster Frank Luntz weighs in on the first presidential debate. The focus group is made up more than 20 undecided voters in the city of Philadelphia, Pa.

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  • After husband forgets lunch, wife throws it from the BALCONY and INTO his car

    Attention NBA! Attention Olympics! Attention everyone on the internet! This woman is destined for athletic greatness after having “swished” a sandwich into a…

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  • Debate Fact-Check: How Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton Stack Up

    How often did Trump and Clinton spin facts to fit their arguments? While Clinton served as secretary of state, she promoted the TPP well after negotiations began in 2010, saying in 2012 in Australia that it "sets the gold standard in trade agreements to open free, transparent, fair trade, the kind of environment that has the rule of law and a level playing field." She used many other complimentary words — including "exciting," "innovative," "ambitious," "groundbreaking," "cutting edge," "high quality" and "high standard" — according to a compilation by the fact-checking site PolitiFact — but there are no records of her saying it was "the greatest deal" she had "ever seen." Furthermore, Clinton began to moderate her position on the TPP as she began preparing her second presidential bid, culminating with a full renunciation of it during a 2015 PBS interview, in which she said, "As of today, I am not in favor of what I have learned about it." It is worth noting that she was not serving as secretary of state when the deal was finalized.

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  • Mother Charged With Murder After Her 2 Missing Children Are Found Dead in Car Behind Police Station

    Two Indiana children were found dead in a car hours after an Amber Alert was issued for them – and their mother has been charged with murder, police say. Liliana Hernandez, 7, and 6-year-old Rene Pasztor, of Fort Wayne, were found dead in a car behind the Elkhart Police Department on Monday after their estranged mother, Amber Pasztor, allegedly abducted the pair, prompting an Amber Alert, The Elkhart Truth reports. "[Pasztor] actually approached the officer and stopped and made contact with him," Elkhart Police spokesman Sgt. Chris Snyder said at a press conference.

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  • Why the Wells Fargo $2.6B employee class action suit may be bogus

    Two former employees filed a $2.6 billion class-action lawsuit on behalf of employees who the suit says tried to meet aggressive sales quotas without engaging in fraud and were later demoted, forced to resign or fired.

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  • Officials: Speed, impact likely killed Jose Fernandez

    Some details have been released in connection with the investigation into the boat crash which killed Jose Fernandez. Lorenzo Veloz, an official with the Florida Wildlife Commission, told USA Today that the boat carrying Jose Fernandez and two others was traveling at a high rate of speed when it struck rocks as it approached a channel […]

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  • The Common Brain Tumor Symptom You Shouldn't Ignore

    Lauren and Jrue Holiday. Courtesy of Facebook.com/LaurenHoliday Retired soccer star Lauren Holiday is pregnant and expecting her first baby in a month—and she’s having brain surgery just a few weeks later. Holiday, 28, has a benign (meaning, not cancerous) brain tumor that was discovered when she was six months pregnant, her husband Jrue Holiday recently revealed. "Obviously, we were and are still very excited about the birth of our first child, but our focus shifted from having this magnificent blessing to making sure everything is going to be OK with Lauren and the child," Jrue told NOLA.com. "Our priorities right now are being able to manage Lauren's symptoms and still have a fairly healthy

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  • Katy Perry Strips Down In Appeal To Voters

    Katy Perry stripped down for a “Funny or Die” clip in which she emphasizes the importance of voting. The pop star teased the video on Monday, tweeting, “TOMORROW, I USE MY BODY AS CLICK BAIT TO HELP CHANGE THE WORLD.” Early Tuesday, she shared the video that features her hopping out of bed, heading to vote and taking her off her clothes. In the clip, Perry is arrested for getting naked. Her point? It doesn’t matter what you wear to vote. “This year, you can look like s--t when you vote,” she says in the video. “In the name of democracy, any just out-of-bed look is A-OK.” She jokes, “My bad, you have to wear clothes. See you at the polls November 8th.”  

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  • How Boeing Builds a 737 in Just 9 Days

    If you fly, you’ve almost certainly found yourself packed into a Boeing 737. This workhorse of commercial aviation accounts for one of every three commercial flights, and there are around 2,000 of them in the air at any given time. Every one of those planes rolled out of Boeing’s Renton Production Facility, where workers build a 737 in just nine days. The factory, near Seattle, pumps out them out at the rate of 42 per month, and Boeing claims the 1.1-million-square-foot facility is most efficient airplane factory in the world. Boeing faces fierce competition from arch rival Airbus. The 737 is the best-selling jet ever, with more than 9,000 delivered since its introduction in 1967, but the Airbus

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  • Who won the first presidential debate?

    CBS News elections director Anthony Salvanto, Republican strategist Leslie Sanchez, Democratic strategist Lis Smith, and former John McCain campaign manager Rick Davis join CBSN to discuss who won the first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. The debate took place at Hofstra

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