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  • J.K. Rowling has the best response to Trump's non-existent Sweden attack

    The internet can't get enough of President Donald Trump's "last night in Sweden" remarks, including, of course, J.K. Rowling. Never one to shy from a little fun at the expense of the U.S. president, the author joined in on Twitter's response to Trump's confusing reference to a terrorist attack that didn't actually happen. SEE ALSO: Internet turns to @Sweden on Twitter after Trump appears to invent terror attack Literally the biggest incident of Sweden last night was a horse called Biscuit being rescued from a well. https://t.co/CAYsHhpt6z — Grapey (@Grapeykins) February 19, 2017 #MakeBiscuitDryAgain https://t.co/C7rPpZrcNf — J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) February 19, 2017 Naturally, Rowling's hashtag kicked off a whole new riff on Trump's Sweden comments.  Poor Biscuit, after #BowlingGreen, why didn't Sweden see this coming and do something to prevent such an atrocity? #MakeBiscuitDryAgain — Bren (@bnboring) February 19, 2017 Thanks to your prayers @jk_rowling Biscuit soon dry again #MakeBiscuitDryAgain @ChelseaClinton pic.twitter.com/shs4SnlM7P — Leif Pagrotsky (@leifpagrotsky) February 19, 2017 What's that, Lassie?! Who fell down the well?? #swedenincident #MakeBiscuitDryAgain https://t.co/6Aoc9yfzz0 — MJ (@meencat) February 19, 2017 A quick refresher: During a speech at a rally in Melbourne, Florida, held Saturday night, Trump sandwiched a vague reference to Sweden between references to recent terrorist attacks in Germany, France and Belgium.  From a transcript of his speech:  As many have noted, nothing close to the attacks he referenced in his speech happened in Sweden on Friday night. Even Sweden's former prime minister struggled to make sense of Trump's comment: Sweden? Terror attack? What has he been smoking? Questions abound. https://t.co/XWgw8Fz7tj — Carl Bildt (@carlbildt) February 19, 2017 As for the horse, let's all hope its OK after its terrifying ordeal.  [H/T: Huffington Post] BONUS: The secret love affair between Harry Potter and Voldemort

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  • Under Armour made some huge mistakes that are turning into a nightmare

    Under Armour isn't cool anymore, according to a recent analyst note. 

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  • Plus-size model Hunter McGrady looks amazing in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue and on the red carpet

    Hunter McGrady is amazing body-positive role model in the new Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition.

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  • Fox News' Chris Wallace to Reince Priebus: 'You don't get to tell us what to do'

    Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace and White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus clashed Sunday over President Trump's tweet labeling the media an "enemy of the American people." "I don't have any problem with you complaining about an individual story" or bias, Wallace said. "But you went a lot further than that — or the president went a lot further than that he said that the 'fake media' — not certain stories — the 'fake media' are an 'enemy to the country.'" Priebus pushed back, arguing that the issue is "not just two stories" that may be marred by bias or error but "24 hours a day, seven days a week" of cable news programming that focuses not on the Trump administration's policy accomplishments

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  • Grieving Army Widow Meets Her Husband’s Coffin on Airport Tarmac, Leaving Plane Passengers in Tears

    A touching moment between a grieving military widow and her husband’s coffin was captured on camera by a bystander, giving millions of viewers on social media a window into the heartbreaking and personal effects of war. Lisa West Williams was waiting to exit her aircraft at Raleigh-Durham International Airport on Tuesday, when she and her fellow passengers watched a flag-draped coffin being removed from the plane’s luggage compartments. The Oklahoma native was an Echo in the Special Forces and was on his eighth deployment when he died.

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  • This dog arrived at a shelter with a seriously detailed notebook from a kid who adored him, and we’re crying

    Today in super cute and completely heartbreaking news, a dog recently arrived at the Humane Society of Utah with VERY specific instructions…

    Hello Giggles
  • NFL Rumors: 8 Potential Landing Spots for Jimmy Garoppolo in 2017

    Jimmy Garoppolo will be a hot commodity around the NFL this offseason. Here's a look at 8 potential landing spots for the New England Patriots quarterback.

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  • Working Grup

    The Warriors go to Grup's workplace and must resist the temptation to steal the sword that is Grup's job to protect.

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  • Lisa Marie Presley says she's broke after ex asks for money

    NEW YORK (AP) — Lisa Marie Presley describes herself as deeply in debt and just out of a treatment facility in court papers that accuse her estranged fourth husband of having hundreds of inappropriate photographs of children on his computer.

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  • 5 Trucks That Can Start Having Problems at 100,000 Miles

    Thinking of buying a high-mileage truck? Make sure you check for these common issues.

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  • Which U.S. Wireless Carrier Has the Best Network? -- The Motley Fool

    Verizon (NYSE:VZ) has a spent a lot of time and money telling consumers it has the best wireless network, while Sprint (NYSE:S) has based its recent ads on the idea that all four major carriers offer networks that are virtually interchangeable.  Sprint even hired the former Verizon pitchman, who for years asked, "Can you hear me now?" in ads touting Verizon's network quality. In his Sprint ads, Marcarell attempts to make the point that having a better network means less now. He cites Sprint's own analysis of data from Nielsen, which shows that in the top 106 metropolitan markets in the United States, Sprint beats T-Mobile (NASDAQ:TMUS) when it comes to reliability and comes within 1% of Verizon

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  • 'Crazed' Man Dies After Breaching TSA Checkpoint At Honolulu Airport

    An unarmed man died after running past a TSA security checkpoint at the commuter terminal of the Honolulu International Airport early Saturday morning.  The man, who was in his 40s and did not have a ticket, pushed a security official and forced his way through the exit lane of the security checkpoint, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported. He then ran out through doors that led to the Airport Operations Area, where airplanes are parked. Mahealani Richardson, a reporter for Hawaii News Now who was at the airport at the time of the incident, described the man as “crazed” and said he was making a lot of noise as he ran through the airport. “All of a sudden this man, a very large man, ran through

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  • Kate Middleton Got All the Royals Hooked on This Dress Trend

    When Dolce & Gabbana dressed Kate Middleton for the first time for the Chinese president's state visit, everyone seemed to agree it was about time. The duchess pulled off her plum lace sheath elegantly, accessorized to perfection with a cranberry purse and shoes. After that, she continued to sport similar designs from the Italian fashion house, one black number with a forgiving neckline and an ivory midi for the Royal Ascot. If Kate's fellow royals like Princess Mary and Queen Máxima already owned their Dolce & Gabbana pieces, they seemed to take a style note when they each pulled them out for wear. Princess Mary recently wore her cherry red dress belted while in Iceland. And Queen Máxima has

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  • Police: Man charged after child hit 62 times in five minutes

    A camera designed to catch illegal dumping instead captured footage of a man hitting a 7-year-old boy dozens of times, authorities say.

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  • Powerful storm pounds Southern and Central California (26 photos)

    A powerful Pacific storm blew into Southern and Central California on Friday with wind-driven heavy rains that downed power lines and electrocuted a man, killed a motorist in a submerged car and disrupted hundreds of flights at airports. With the storm feeding on an atmospheric river of moisture stretching far out into the Pacific, precautionary evacuations of homes in some neighborhoods were requested due to the potential for mudslides and debris flows. At least 4 people died after a powerful storm pummeled Southern California on Friday night, flooding numerous roadways in Los Angeles and San Diego. In the Sherman Oaks neighborhood of Los Angeles, a falling tree brought down power lines and hit a car. A 55-year-old man was electrocuted and pronounced dead at a hospital, police and fire officials said. Two others died in separate car accidents on Interstate 15 in San Diego amid heavy rain. And a motorist was found dead in a fully submerged vehicle in Victorville in San Bernardino County, officials said. In the Studio City neighborhood of Los Angeles, two cars plunged into a massive sinkhole . At least one person was trapped when the first vehicle fell into the hole until rescue crews were able to pull the woman out of the car. (AP/GMA) See more news-related photo galleries and follow us on Yahoo News Photo Tumblr.

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  • Dear Abby: Late to bed, late to rise makes mom, kids tardy

    DEAR ABBY: I will be spending a couple of months visiting my daughter, who is a single mom. She has asked me to help her wake her 8- and 11-year-old kids in the morning and have them ready for school. Unfortunately, she works some distance away from her home. The kids attend private school and are involved in sports. The problem is, they eat and go to bed later than they should. In the morning, they can’t wake up or get out of bed. She reminds them repeatedly to get ready, but when it’s time to leave and they’re not dressed or haven’t eaten breakfast, my daughter begins raising her voice. Leaving late means the kids arrive at school late, and my daughter is late for work. I’m leaving in a couple

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  • Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliot has interaction with police

    Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliot was detained by police in Columbus, OH on Friday night. He was headed to The Social Bar when a cop flashed a flashlight in his face. Zeke was then detained for about four minutes, according to TMZ. The TMZ report reads as follows: Ezekiel Elliott’s night was abruptly interrupted by cops after they detained and questioned him….before letting him go. An eyewitness tells us the Cowboys star was on his way to The Social bar Friday night in Columbus, OH when suddenly, and for unknown reasons, a cop lit a flashlight on his face and detained him for about 4 minutes….before letting him go. There is no word on why the officer detained Elliot, but a video was

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  • Phil's in the House

    To exact his revenge on the Warriors, Phil the philanderer hides in The Warriors' house and turns the siblings against each other.

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  • Education Secretary DeVos criticized teachers at D.C. school she visited — and they're not having it

    Newly minted Education Secretary Betsy DeVos had a hard time getting inside the District of Columbia's Jefferson Middle School Academy last week when protesters briefly blocked her from entering. But at the end of her visit -- her first to a public school since taking office -- she stood on Jefferson's front steps and pronounced it "awesome." A few days later, she seemed less enamored. The teachers at Jefferson were sincere, genuine and dedicated, she said; they seemed to be in "receive mode." "They're waiting to be told what they have to do, and that's not going to bring success to an individual child," DeVos told a columnist for the conservative online publication Townhall. "You have to have

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  • 12 workers fired for skipping work during 'Day Without Immigrants' protest in Oklahoma

    Twelve employees of a Tulsa-area restaurant are without a job after skipping work on the "Day Without Immigrants."

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