• Olympic Rower Henrik Rummel Is Fine With His Bulge Being Out There, Not So Fine With His Mom Seeing It

    Mama Rummel doesn't need to have that in her Facebook Newsfeed, Henrik says. (Oops.)​

    Cosmopolitan
  • A woman’s gruesome hanging shocked Tibet — but police have silenced all questions

    She was 27, a kind, hard-working woman who supported her family by herding yaks and harvesting caterpillar fungus, a prized health cure, on the high grasslands of Tibet. Last October, Tsering Tso was found hanged from a bridge in a small town near her home. Her family and local villagers gathered outside the police station in Chalong township to demand answers: She had last been seen in the company of a local Buddhist priest and two policemen. The authorities insisted it was suicide. Family and friends suspected foul play and demanded an investigation. That night and the following morning, an angry crowd stormed the gates of the police station, smashing windows, according to local police. The

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  • The man who accurately predicted 5 market crashes has 3 more dates we need to worry about

    The man who accurately predicted four market crashes to the exact date has been proven correct on his fifth prediction. Sandy Jadeja is a technical analyst and chief market strategist at Core Spreads. Technical analysts look at charts to pinpoint patterns in various markets and asset classes. From that they forecast which direction prices are likely to move.  They can't tell you why there will be a big market movement, only that there will be one. He told Business Insider last month that there was an "80% probability of lower [oil] prices from July 2, right through to August 18."  "Interestingly if we take a look at the chart [below], we can clearly see the technical indicator on the lower portion

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  • Delaware Woman Plummets 35 Feet to Her Death from Zip Line While Completing Her 'Bucket List'

    A 59-year-old Delaware woman is dead after plummeting about 35 feet from a zip line platform on Wednesday, according to reports. Tina Werner, of Felton, was standing on a platform, waiting to go on the zip line at the Go Ape Tree Top Adventure in Bear when she fell at around 2:35 p.m., according to the Associated Press. Employees and Lums Pond State Park rangers performed first aid on Werner until paramedics arrived, but the woman was pronounced dead later at a hospital.

    People
  • Watchdog gets duped when HGTV’s 'Flip or Flop' stars Tarek and Christina disappoint

    Man, I am so psyched to meet Tarek and Christina El Moussa of HGTV's Flip or Flop reality TV show. The couple's photo is on the front of the invitation The Watchdog receives to a "Private Real Estate Event" at an area hotel. They sign their names inside. Wow. I'm going. As Tarek says on his popular TV show: "We buy the ugliest, nastiest, most rundown houses we can find, and we transform them into beautiful homes." Handsome Tarek swings the sledge hammer. Beautiful Christina handles the redesign of the homes they buy. When they argue on TV about which crappy house to buy, it's like watching your next-door neighbors in a spat about whether to turn on the lawn sprinklers. So cute. Their story is

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  • Kayla Mueller Defended Christian Faith to ISIS Executioner 'Jihadi John'

    Four of the westerners released by ISIS and a Yazidi teenager who escaped captivity have provided eyewitness accounts to ABC News of the Arizona aid worker's strength.

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  • Amy Schumer's Corset Top Will Seduce You

    Outside of the bedroom, bustiers can actually be really chic. Amy Schumer gave us a lot to think about the other day when she wore one as a top. Tucked into a pair of wide-leg trousers, the comedian properly executed an uber-elegant way of pulling off the look. Thanks to Amy, corsets are no longer unmentionables. It's important to know what to pair with the piece because you can absolutely look too sexy when it comes to a top like this. Depending on the occasion (Halloween is a prime example), that might be what you're going for, but for everyday wear tone down it's naturally seductive nature with the below style tips.

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  • Dear Abby: Friend took my kidney, then ditched me

    DEAR ABBY: My friend “Virginia” and I have known each other for 11 years. Five years ago she went into renal failure and was on dialysis for three years. It was hard on her and she needed a kidney transplant. Her three healthy siblings refused to be tested as a possible match. Virginia is on the young side, and she was in such a bad way I agreed to be tested. After several procedures it was determined I was a “close enough” match, so we decided to go for it. She was scared to death right before the surgery. I convinced her that even though things might be rough for a while, she would be glad she went through with it. It has been 18 months now, and I have not seen or heard from Virginia since

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  • Inside My Terminally Ill Friend's Final Party Before Ending Her Life

    Betsy Davis, "the Queen of Plastics," was an artist whose work inspired me before I ever met her. I saw one of her meticulously geometric, florid laser cut plastic sculptures on a friend's wall. It stopped me in my tracks. When I finally met Betsy at a party, I was struck by her beauty and cool demeanor. I never thought I'd be worthy of being her actual friend. But we forged a bond in the 12 years leading up to her death last month.For many people in my life, if they were going through something like dying of ALS, I would keep quiet out of respect for them. ...

    People
  • 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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  • Jason Kipnis wants no part of Rougned Odor after hard slide

    No matter how well he plays this season, it will be tough for Texas Rangers second baseman Rougned Odor to shake his reputation as the guy who punched Jose Bautista in the face. For all we know, Odor could be the nicest guy in the world. Look no farther than Thursday’s game against the Cleveland Indians. In the bottom of the fifth inning, Odor attempted to advance from first on a double-play ball off the bat of Jonathan Lucroy.

    Big League Stew
  • Atheists’ lawsuit is financial setback for National Baptist Convention

    The Rev. John Modest Miles, a Kansas City Baptist minister, has been losing sleep ever since a group of atheists filed a lawsuit in July. Miles had been counting on a $65,000 grant from Kansas City tourism tax dollars for the National Baptist Convention in Kansas City, Sept. 5-9. It’s one of Kansas City’s top five conventions for 2016, and the City Council approved the grant in April to Miles’ nonprofit social services organization, Modest Miles Ministry. The money was intended to shuttle conventioneers to and from their hotels and Bartle Hall. But in late July, American Atheists Inc. and two members who live in Kansas City filed a lawsuit in federal court, arguing any such funding would violate

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  • Chicago’s Black Community Stunned by Latest Police Shooting

    Chicago police have shot another teenager, and gangs are allegedly planning to retaliate for his death. For years, racial tensions and gun-violence in Chicago have been brewing, but this summer, the city is on the verge of boiling over with police shootings, homicides and rising discontent with a justice system that has failed many Blacks for decades. On Thursday, July 28 amid the sweltering heat of summer, a Chicago police officer shot and killed 18-year-old Paul O’Neal, triggering a wave of protests and anger from Blacks who are still reeling from the brutal police killing of Laquan McDonald nearly two years ago. It happened in the South Shore neighborhood, a predominately Black middle-class community where First Lady Michelle Obama grew up.

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  • 10 Nineties Trends That Are Making A Huge Comeback (11 photos)

    Fashion trends are cyclical—those that emerged decades ago undoubtedly experience a resurgence years later. Case in point: the ’90s. For the past few seasons, the era’s influence on clothing and accessories (and even makeup with the revival of the nude brown lip) has been undeniable. Characterized by edgy grunge vibes with a hint of nonchalance, nostalgic pieces such as chokers, high-waisted mom jeans and silky slips are ubiquitous—namely on It girls like Kendall, Gigi and Bella. Here, we’ve gathered the 10 most iconic looks of the decade and selected fresh, modern iterations you can wear right now.

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  • The First Date Was a Success. The Second Date Ended in Murder.

    ​Adam Hilarie's date was paid $50 to help rob him.​

    Cosmopolitan
  • How Girl With No Job Made Instagram Into a Career

    Claudia Oshry has millions of followers on her Instagram @girlwithnojob and turned her influence into a way of making money.

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  • Jennifer Lopez Broke Up With Her Longtime Boyfriend Because Of The Diaz/McGregor Fight

    After the ridiculous can throwing incident, UFC 202 was trending to be the biggest fight in PPV history. This was Conor McGregor at his most unhinged and most confident, while Nate Diaz mean-mugged and threw up middle fingers like he just got his black belt in fight nihilism. Jennifer Lopez does not like to be ignored.

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  • Disney World draining, filling in long-abandoned River Country pool

    Walt Disney World is draining and filling in the pool at its long-closed River Country water park. The 330,000-gallon Upstream Plunge was a major attraction at the now abandoned water park. It is surrounded by manmade boulders for jumping and diving platforms. Opened in 1976, River Country closed in 2002 after Disney's newer water parks, Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon, became more popular. The Internet has been filled over the years with photos and videos of the ghostly area. In March, BuzzFeed ran a series of pictures from photographer Seth Lawless that showed waterslides covered in weeds and algae in the Upstream Plunge. "It's actually surprising that it's taken them this long" to fill in

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  • Courtney Stodden Cares for "Reborn" Baby Doll Following Miscarriage

    Courtney Stodden suffered an unfortunate miscarriage last month — and now Mrs. Doug Hutchison found a new way to cope with the unthinkable loss. The 21-year-old shared a new Instagram video featuring her “reborn baby,” which she’s been caring for as a coping mechanism. “I know it may seem a little strange but my therapist suggested that having him may help me cope with my loss. #rebornbaby,” she wrote. Courtney also recently shaved her head as part of the grieving process. Our continued thoughts are with her and Doug.

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  • Big Brother - Victor Fights For His Life

    Victor attempts to persuade his fellow Houseguests to keep him in the game.

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  • U.S. Soccer sends strong – and troubling – message with Hope Solo suspension

    The one who has brought more negative attention to the United States women’s national team than every other player in its long and laureled history combined? On Wednesday, she was formally suspended from the women’s national team for six months, a year and a half after she was suspended for 30 days when her husband, former NFL player Jerramy Stevens, was arrested for driving a women’s national team van under the influence with Solo, reportedly also inebriated, in the passenger seat – an incident she failed to disclose to the federation before it was reported in the media.

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  • Why the world's superpowers can't stop an aggressive North Korea

    What can be done to stop North Korea's hostile missile technology? The answer is, very little, unless three of the world's superpowers cooperate.

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