• I Wrote About Giving Up a $95,000 Job to Move to an Island and Scoop Ice Cream. I Wasn't Prepared for the Response.

    I dismantled my life in New York and headed to a place where I knew no one.

    Cosmopolitan
  • Trump fights breaking out across college campuses

    Michael Straw, a senior at Penn State University, returned to campus this week, put on a crisp blue suit, and walked into a Trump buzzsaw. The president of the school’s chapter of College Republicans had a sense of what he was in for. Less than two weeks before, the group had announced in a Facebook post that they would not endorse Donald Trump after holding an online vote — a move that sparked outrage, including a call from the chairman of the Pennsylvania Federation of College Republicans for Straw to resign. Story Continued Below So when Straw gaveled in the chapter’s first meeting of the school year on Monday, it wasn’t altogether surprising that he was confronted by angry college Trump supporters

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  • I bought a Costco vacation — here's why the retailer has completely changed how I book travel

    When I told people I was going to Puerto Rico, they were jealous. When I told them I booked the trip through Costco, that jealousy transformed into confusion. "You can buy a vacation through Costco?" I was asked at least a dozen times in recent months.

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  • You Should Never Ask For a Slice Of Lemon In Your Drink

    There’s something about summer that makes us want to put citrus into every single drink. Beer? A slice of orange. Cuba libra? Lemon. Mojito? Bring on the limes.

    Yahoo Beauty Staff
  • Report says rest of NFL 'laughing at' Chargers over Bosa holdout

    Let’s be clear: Both sides are to blame for the Joey Bosa holdout. Bosa hasn’t signed because of offset language and the timing of his signing bonus, and the Chargers turned it into a public battle this week by making details of negotiations public. Bleacher Report’s Mike Freeman wrote that he talked to unnamed NFL general managers and there was “unanimity” that the Chargers were to blame.

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  • Blogger's Experiment Proves How Important Makeup Is for Making Impressions

    This makeup blogger's personal experiment puts scientific results to the test and proves that, unfortunately, if you want to be liked, taken seriously, and set a good first impression, you should probably be wearing makeup.

    Devon Kelley
  • This text between a daughter and her mom about their cat is too relatable

    Forget the whole favorite child debate. Sometimes the most adored member of the family is actually the cat, which was recetly made clear to aptly named Jenny Katz. Jenny's mother feeds her 17-year-old cat Coco a little bit of ice cream before bed every night. Jenny tells Mashable that this routine started about a year ago after she moved out on her own. But Jenny topped off the last of the ice cream the other day, which means Coco was pissed and so was her mom Debbie.  SEE ALSO: 14 types of text everyone gets from their mom Image: jennmeowmeow Anyone who has ever had a popsicle will understand that it is no substitute for ice cream. Coco knows what's up.  Image: jennmeowmeow Clearly some cat parents out there found her mother's actions towards her cat pretty relatable. Knowing she messed up real bad, Jenny eventually delivered the favorite child Coco her French vanilla ice cream.  "They have such a funny relationship; it's almost as if she loves that cat more than she loves me," Jenny told Mashable in an email.  Regardless, Jenny describes Coco as the "sweetest cat you will ever meet," claiming that she used to be the cat's favorite before her mom stepped up the ice cream game.  "Coco used to love me more than anyone, but she probably loves my mom more now. Only for the ice cream," said Jenny.   [h/t:BuzzFeed]

    Mashable
  • LOOK: RG3 shows off his new girlfriend at Browns practice in Tampa

    Once you get a girl's name tattooed on your arm, the only logical next step is to show her off to the world and that's what Robert Griffin III did this week. In case you haven't heard, RG3 has a new girlfriend, and as most of you know, when you have a new girlfriend, you should always get her name tattooed on your body as quickly as possible. That way she knows your serious. Of course, the other way she'll know your serious is if you show her off and offer some PDA while you're doing it. Check and check for RG3. The Browns were in Tampa this week for two days of practices with the Buccaneers and the picture above was taken before practice on Wednesday. That's RG3 and his new girlfriend, Grete

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  • Hillary Clinton’s health is sick

    In Hillary Clinton’s inner circle, it’s common knowledge that there are times she’s so low-energy that she blanks out for hours. When that happens, she is given to strange mental spells during which she has little or no control over what she says and does. She sometimes mutters things no one can understand. My colleagues in the mainstream media are covering all this up, but the time has come to speak out. We simply can’t elect a president subject to such mysterious health issues. What’s that you say? It’s nothing? It’s just that she . . . sleeps at night, like the rest of us. Oh. Ahem. Well, never mind that, then. There are plenty of other health problems to worry about. For instance, I hear

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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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  • Fired Army general’s illicit sex life went beyond just an affair

    The Army general in charge of managing Russia’s incursion into Europe was fired from that job following an investigation that confirmed he had carried out an extramarital affair for over 10 years and led a “swinger lifestyle.” Maj. Gen. David Haight, who until May ran U.S. European Command, had an extramarital affair with a military contractor he met in Iraq in 2005. They regularly had sexual encounters and visited clubs and held parties with multiple partners and other couples, the investigation showed. Extramarital affairs violate military law, and such activity makes such a high-profile Army figure vulnerable to blackmail, presenting a significant security risk. Haight, who was a key adviser

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  • Pence Recaptured After Fleeing Trump Campaign Bus

    VIRGINIA (The Borowitz Report)—Calling it a “scary moment” and a “close call,” Donald Trump’s campaign officials confirmed that they had recaptured Mike Pence after the Indiana governor attempted to flee the campaign bus in the early hours of Friday morning. According to the campaign, Pence had asked to stop at a McDonald’s in rural Virginia so that he could use the bathroom, but aides grew concerned when the governor failed to reappear after twenty minutes. After determining that Pence had given them the slip, Trump staffers fanned out across the Virginia backcountry, where the governor was believed to have fled. News that Pence had vanished touched off a panic in Indiana, where residents feared that he might return to resume his political career.

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  • Man Carries His Wife's Dead Body Home From Hospital

    He says he was denied transportation by the hospital and couldn't afford a vehicle.

    NowThis
  • Man claims Birmingham dealership sold Porsche without permission

    A 67-year-old Bay City man filed a police report in Birmingham last week, claiming a local car dealer sold his 1987 Porsche 911 Turbo to a dealership in Ohio without his permission. The man told police he brought his Porsche into Auto Europe at 677 S. Eton Road for repairs and refurbishing approximately two years ago, and never got it back. He thought the vehicle was still at the dealer, but was informed it had been sold to Marshall Goldman Motors Sales in Warrensville Heights without his consent. On Friday, a spokesperson for Auto Europe claims the man is fabricating the story, and that he agreed to sell the car two years ago. The spokesperson said the case is now being handled as a civil dispute

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  • Snakes on a cell tower: T-Mobile photo full of nope nope nope

    There are some things you just hope to never see while you're working. A writhing bundle of snakes is one of those things (unless you're a herpetologist). A T-Mobile field engineer climbed up a cell tower and made a discovery that will give some people nightmares: a mass of snakes all coiled around each other and the tower equipment. T-Mobile posted the image to Twitter on Tuesday and challenged its followers to come up with some movie titles based on the photo. T-Mobile's suggestion is "Snakes on an Array." Twitter users did not disappoint. Potential film titles included "Tower Medusa," "High Power Coils," "Snakenado," "Towering Inserpento" and "Slithering Heights." While a lot of snakes tend

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  • Which Fall TV Show Should You Watch? (9 photos)

    We've got you covered. From ELLE

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  • 'SOS' in sand leads to rescue of 2 people stranded on island

    A U.S. Navy aircraft crew spotted the pair on the beach and gave their location to the Coast Guard in Guam. The Coast Guard received a report about the couple’s 18-foot vessel going missing on Aug. 19. The U.S. Navy was alerted and spotted the survivors on the beach.

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  • Here's why you need to update your iPhone now, and how to do it

    If you're on an iPhone, there's something you need to know.

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  • The real-life Ken doll finally found his Barbie, and they have a lot of plastic in common

    Justin Jedlica has become famous (or infamous) for getting enough plastic surgery to turn himself into a human Ken doll. Apparently, it’s made dating difficult, so it’s a good thing tha…

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  • Will Ryan Lochte Join 'Dancing With the Stars' to Repair His Image?

    'DWTS' has a history of changing the public's perception of downfallen stars, which is why we could see Lochte on the show next season.

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  • Ask Amy: Elderly mother is stressed by calls from Sis

    Dear Amy: My mom is nearly 90 and is in great health. She is living with my husband and me — and we all get along well in our small home. My older sister had been taking care of her but called nearly two years ago and proclaimed that Mom had to move in with us, as she could take no responsibility for her because she had her own life to live. Big Sis moved across the country to be with a man she met online — one in a long line of “soul mates.” She now hates this man but is scared to leave due to ruined credit, no job and nowhere to go. She calls Mom daily with tales of how awful her partner is but how she can’t leave. All of her friends and her counselor have advised her on ways to exit, but she

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  • Usain Bolt Brought Up to 10 Women Back to His London Hotel Room

    It’s been an eventful month for Usain Bolt, who not only turned 30 and solidified his title as the fastest man in the world, but who also partied, made out, and possibly had sex with people who were not his longtime girlfriend while he was in Rio. PEOPLE now reports Bolt took his talents to London after the games, where he brought as many as 10 women back to his hotel room two nights this week. A source tells the magazine Bolt arrived at London’s Cirque le Soir nightclub around 1 a.m. Monday and “[continued] the party back at his hotel” with a group of club-goers.

    Cosmopolitan