• Chrissy Teigen Has Legs for Days at Family Event, Flaunts Enviable Post-Baby Body

    The supermodel enjoyed a family dinner with baby Luna and John Legend.

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  • Developmentally Disabled Teen Found Dead with Uterus Removed After Accusing Stepfather of Raping and Impregnating Her

    Authorities described a grisly crime scene: 18-year-old Holli Jeffcoat's bloody body on the floor, her throat slit and uterus removed. In March, authorities arrested Holli's stepfather, James Holland, 39, for allegedly continuously sexually abusing Holli and her 15-year-old sister over a period of years – starting when Holli was 12 and her sister was 9. Last Friday, authorities arrested Holli's mother, Debi Bryant Holland, 38, for allegedly allowing her husband to abuse the girls.

    People
  • John McCain’s Son Had the Perfect Response to Racists Who Attacked Old Navy’s Interracial Ad

    Senator John McCain’s son Jack blasted the racist critics who attacked Old Navy’s ad featuring an interracial family — find out what he said

    Us Weekly
  • 7-Year-Old Writes Excuse Note, Goes Home From School

    Though the girl was supposed to attend an after-school program on Monday, the note she wrote and delivered to the staff herself worked. The staff excused little Rosabella Dahu, she boarded the school bus and went home. Charlie Dahu, her father, said Sheldon Elementary in Houston has promised him that "disciplinary action" will be taken against the caretakers from the after school program who excused the girl from school on the basis of her 'parental' note.

    Good Morning America
  • 15 Celebrities Who Walked Away From Fame (15 photos)

    Celebrities seem to have it all when they’re at the height of their fame, but for some it just isn’t enough or is simply too much too soon.   Several stars of the silver screen have ditched the bright lights of Hollywood to look after their kids or pursue a private life which isn’t a daily paparazzi-dodging session, while some musicians and actors have retired early to concentrate on careers away from the spotlight. Whether they’ve gone on to resemble a homeless person on a night out or wound up in prison, there’s no limit to what a celeb can get up to when they walk away from fame.

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  • Exclusive: What Donald Trump Said The Moment He Learned John Kasich Dropped Out

    Within 24 hours, both Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Ohio Gov. John Kasich will have dropped out of the race, leaving Donald Trump the undisputed presumptive nominee for the Republican Party. TIME’s Zeke Miller was on the phone conducting an interview with Trump on Wednesday during the exact moment he found out that Kasich, his last remaining rival, would suspend his campaign this afternoon. It’s very interesting,” Trump said when he took a separate phone call and learned of Kasich’s decision.

    Time
  • The World Has A New Tallest Roller Coaster, And It's Terrifying

    Where else in the world would the fastest, longest and tallest dive roller coaster be than in O-high-o? After a year of anticipation, Cedar Point's newest attraction, called the Valravn (in Danish folklore, a supernatural raven that apparently eats dead bodies) is set to premiere this weekend -- all 3,415 feet of it. At the top, 24...

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  • Former Lions receiver Brett Perriman 'fighting for his life' in Miami hospital

    Brett Perriman, who spent 10 seasons in the NFL, has been hospitalized after collapsing Tuesday night.

    Sporting News
  • Fox News Correspondent Ed Henry 'Taking Some Time Off' After Mistress Shares Details of Alleged Affair

    Ed Henry, the chief White House correspondent for Fox News, will be going off air for some time, after a report surfaced, alleging that the journalist cheated on his wife, according to reports. While neither Henry, 44, nor Fox gave a timeline for the father of two's hiatus, the network did confirm Henry's absence in a statement to Politico. News of the alleged affair spread after Natalie Lima – a Las Vegas hostess – spilled details about her alleged relationship with Henry to InTouch, including text messages she said were from him.

    People
  • Saying Goodbye: How Candidates Called It Quits

    Take a look back from Ted Kennedy all the way to Ted Cruz; as we examine the tactful art of dropping out.

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  • Goose Attack Goes Viral

    A little girl's encounter with an angry mother goose goes viral after her older sister posts photos on twitter.

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  • Best New Cars | Worst New Cars - Consumer Reports

    Not all cars are created equal, and we have the data to prove it. Of course, numbers can tell a variety of tales and we understand every consumer has different priorities. To that end, we have co...

    Consumer Reports
  • 'Stop talking s***': Oakley rips Barkley after Cavs-Hawks Game 2

    Charles Oakley might have used new media to communicate, but his beef with Charles Barkley goes back many, many years.

    Ball Don't Lie
  • 7 new photos hint at what's to come in Game of Thrones season 6, episode 3

    It didn’t take  Game of Thrones season 6 long at all to ramp up its intensity. With two episodes and multiple surprises already behind us, HBO has released seven more photos, providing a look at what’s to come in episode 3, Oathbreaker . If you’re not up to date on the series, watch out, because there may be  spoilers ahead . Eight of the series’ key players are featured in the photos, but perhaps the one we’re most eager to see is not. That’s right: Newly-revived Jon Snow (Kit Harington) is notably absent from the batch of images. With the actor finally revealing this week that he has a sizable role in season 6, it would have been nice to have gotten a glimpse of him. Alas, a re-emergence last Sunday will have to suffice. Related:  What’s going on with Game of Thrones ‘ Jon Snow? Kit Harington finally comes clean There are no signs of Snow in the official episode synopsis either, but it promises plenty of interesting developments nonetheless: Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) meets her future. Bran (Isaac Hempstead Wright) meets the past. Tommen (Dean-Charles Chapman) confronts the High Sparrow (Jonathan Pryce). Arya (Maisie Williams) trains to be No One. Varys (Conleth Hill) finds an answer. Ramsay (Iwan Rheon) gets a gift. It’s unclear what future Daenerys will be meeting, but if the image is anything to go by, it’s pretty bleak. However, Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) did release the dragons, so perhaps that is what has caught her attention. He looks pretty grim in his image, though. Does he regret his actions? With Bran apparently meeting the past, perhaps he’ll manage to successfully put his training to work. His teacher, the Three-Eyed Raven (Max von Sydow), looks worried in one of the new photos. Meanwhile, Bran’s sister, Arya, is busy training as well. It’s not easy, based on the bloody nose she’s pictured with. For the Lannister twins, Cersei (Lena Headey) and Jaime (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau), it seems like revenge is still in the works. The remaining photos show Qyburn (Anton Lesser) meeting with a group of children and Davos (Liam Cunningham) looking shocked. Perhaps the latter has come face-to-face with Snow? We’ll see how it plays out in episode 3 of  Game of Thrones  season 6, which airs at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Sunday.

    Digital Trends
  • FBI arrests man who poured mouse poison on Whole Foods' buffets

    The FBI released these photos of the suspect. The FBI has arrested a man accused of trying to contaminate food at a Whole Foods in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The man, whose name has not been released, sprayed a liquid mixture of hand cleaner, water, and Tomcat mouse poison onto produce and prepared-food bars at Whole Foods and two other area grocery stores, Meijer and Plum Market, according to the FBI.

    Business Insider
  • Hubble Telescope captures unprecedented view of Milky Way's 'galactic core'

    Nasa's Hubble telescope now has an unprecedented view of the galactic core, the rotational centre of the Milky Way galaxy. A new video released by the Hubble team on 3 May shows how the telescope's infrared camera allowed scientists to peer into the heart of our Milky Way. Hubble's infrared vision pierced the dusty heart of our Milky Way galaxy to reveal more than half a million stars at its core.

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  • Is this the perfect setup for your Retina MacBook?

    Let's say you've just bought a shiny new Retina MacBook, but you'd also like to dock it to a larger monitor -- which monitor should you pick? Popular gadget YouTuber  Jonathan Morrison  thinks that he's found the perfect setup for his MacBook and it involves two main components: An  Acer H277HU 27-inch monitor and a Twelve South BookArc stand . DON'T MISS:  Tesla has already blown its Model 3 production deadline What makes this particular Acer monitor so essential, Morrison explains, is that it comes with a USB Type-C port that not only serves as the main connector to your MacBook, but that also charges the laptop while it's plugged in. This means that you no longer need to have multiple cables to hook your MacBook up to a bigger monitor -- you just need one USB Type-C cable. Morrison also says the Acer monitor is "really, really pretty" with a metal build and very slim side bezels. The Twelve South BookArc stand, meanwhile, will hold your MacBook in a closed position near the monitor so you barely notice it's there. Other parts of the setup include a Samsung USB-3 SSD for additional storage and a wireless keyboard and mouse. Check out Morrison's full video below to see what might be the "perfect" setup for your MacBook. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_rhYn8M_rvw&feature=youtu.be

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  • Read these searing quotes from an Auschwitz survivor's essay on life in the camp

    Today is Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Memorial Day — a day on which it's worth taking some time to actually understand what happened during the Nazi slaughter. One of the best ways to do that is to revisit the writing of Primo Levi, a Jewish-Italian Auschwitz survivor and one of the camp's greatest and most insightful literary documentarians. Of Levi's work, his essay "The Gray Zone" — from The Drowned and the Saved, his final book before his 1987 suicide — really stands out.

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  • 100-Year-Old Ida Keeling: How I Set a Running Record

    Ida Keeling is 100 years old, and over the weekend she set the world record for running the fastest 100 meters by a woman. She tells Kathie Lee and Hoda her daughter Shelley convinced her to take up the sport to help overcome a tragedy.

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  • Lily-Rose Depp has the perfect response to all the fans who keep telling her to smile

    If you’re a woman who enjoys leaving her home for the company of other human beings, then odds are you’ve heard this...

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  • Basset hounds stay at dying baby's side until the very end

    A family's two pet dogs refused to leave the side of a terminally ill baby girl as she lay dying.

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