• Two South Carolina soldiers gunned down while protecting woman at bar

    Two South Carolina soldiers were killed Sunday after trying to protect a woman at a bar that was being chased by the man charged in their deaths. Joseph Mills, 25, of Little Mountain, was charged with two counts of murder. Mills said in court Monday that he was chasing a girl who grabbed drugs from his car and took off. He apologized for what happened, but thought the two men who interceded were going to “lynch” him. The Lexington County Coroner Margaret Fisher identified the victims as Charles Allen Judge Jr., 40, and Jonathon Michael Prins, 29, according to the Island Packet. The South Carolina National Guard confirmed to WIS-TV that Judge was a staff sergeant and an engineering instructor

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  • Kim Kardashian loving on Blac Chyna’s baby bump is too sweet for this world

    Whether you love or hate her, it’s obvious that Kim Kardashian is a very solid businesswoman. And when she shares moments on Snapchat, people pay…

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  • Lawsuit: Baylor players gang raped student, school knew

    The allegations against Baylor University and its football program continue to get uglier by the day. Most recently, a woman who has filed a lawsuit against the school is claiming several players gang raped a fellow student in 2011. Jasmin Hernandez, a former Baylor student who was raped by a football player in 2012, filed a lawsuit in March against the university, former athletic director Ian McCaw and former head football coach Art Briles for failing to comply with Title IX law. The suit was amended last week and a woman identified as “Jane Roe 4” was added. A portion of the amendment reads as follows, according to Suzanne Halliburton of the Austin American-Statesman: Plaintiff is informed,

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  • Ask Amy: Man wants to fix unstable girlfriend

    Dear Amy: My girlfriend and I are both 28 years old. We have been living together for two years now, and I love her very much, but we are far from perfect. My girlfriend is the most emotional woman I have ever met. She cries almost every day — several times a day over the smallest things. For example, she cries when she’s out of cigarettes and can’t afford more and when she’s out of marijuana to smoke (it’s possible she has post-traumatic stress disorder). She has been prescribed Xanax for her anxiety. Sometimes she doesn’t even know why she’s crying. She also has anger issues, which end up causing her to have accidents and get hurt. She just got over a broken hand from punching a wall and a

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  • The 6 Signs You're Not Dressing Appropriately For Your Age

    One day, you are going about your business when you catch sight of yourself wearing your favorite Hello Kitty t-shirt that always made you feel so free-spirited. Suddenly you think, “When did I turn into my Aunt Gladys?” Many of us fall into the trap of wearing clothes that are too young for us, thinking that the alternative is to wear dowdy, frumpy clothes.  But here’s the rub: Ironically, when you dress too young, you often make yourself look much older. And then there is the opposite trap of making yourself look older with dated trends. (Please, please, say goodbye to the 1980s Dynasty-style shoulder pads!) “You always want to look modern, but that doesn’t mean forcing a trend that doesn’t

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  • Aaron Rodgers Breaks Silence on His Brother's 'Bachelorette' Participation

    Aaron was absent when "Bachelorette" JoJo Fletcher met his family. At one point, Jordan told Fletcher he didn't think Aaron even know he'd signed up for the show. When asked by reporters at Packers training camp Tuesday about his younger brother and "The Bachelorette," Aaron commented, "I haven't seen the show, to be honest with you, so it hasn't really affected me a whole lot," ABC affiliate WISN-TV in Milwaukee reported.

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  • Democratic Party platform proposes two constitutional amendments

    The official Democratic Party platform is out, and compared with their Republican opponents, the Democrats are calling for fewer constitutional amendments in the near future.

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  • Treasure Hunt in New Mexico Turns Deadly

    Authorities identified the remains of one of the thousands of treasure seekers hunting for two million dollars' worth of gold and jewels hidden by 85-year-old millionaire Forrest Fenn.

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  • How newspapers covered the historic second day of the DNC (21 photos)

    Former President Bill Clinton said Hillary Clinton never quits, and he recalled some of his primary campaigning this spring as proof. The former president offered a spirited defense of his wife’s tenure as secretary of state. He told Democratic convention delegates in Philadelphia that his wife was instrumental in protecting American interests, combating terrorism and advancing human rights. USA Today proclaimed Hillary Clinton the “FIRST WOMAN,” and the headline of the New York Times read, ”DEMOCRATS MAKE CLINTON HISTORIC NOMINEE.” (AP/Yahoo News) Follow our complete convention coverage here. See more news-related photo galleries , and follow us on Yahoo News Photo Tumblr.

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  • Singer Alicia Keys performs at the DNC

    Singer Alicia Keys performed "Superwoman" and "In Common" at the DNC on Tuesday night. She called for the Democrats to unite and not let politics divide them. Watch her performances here.

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  • Boy missing at Carson Beach is found dead

    A desperate search from air, land, and water for a 7-year-old boy who went missing at a city-run day camp in South Boston came to a horrifying conclusion Tuesday night when his body was found in the water off Carson Beach, police said. Boston Police Commissioner William B. Evans told reporters at the scene that the Boston police Harbor Unit, along with Quincy police, found the body of Kyzr Willis of Dorchester shortly before 7:10 p.m. The child was located in the water behind the Curley Community Center, which includes the L Street bathhouse, police said. Kyzr was attending the center’s camp, which runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Thursday. “My heart goes out to the family,” Evans said.

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  • Sexy cosplayers can make $200,000 a year at comic book conventions

    Scores of attractive women made their way to Comic Con in San Diego, Calif. last week to don skimpy cosplay outfits to entertain the convention’s superhero fans. Many do it just for fun, but for some it’s a job that pays well into the six figures. “In addition to a per diem and travel costs, popular professional cosplayers can make at least $5,000 to $10,000 a show,” comic book expert Christian Beranek told FOX411. “If you add in mail order sales, crowd funding contributions and YouTube ad revenue, the top talents are pulling in close to $200,000 a year.” “Boy Meets World” actress Maitland Ward has become one of the most popular cosplay stars. She said a "Star Wars" themed photo shoot she did

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  • How much money women spend to compete on "The Bachelor" will totally freak you out

    Get ready to feel some type of way, because we just found out that women competing on The Bachelor spend an absurd amount of money to become perfect, glossy beauty queens. As Ashley told R29, “The guys don’t have to do anything, and they don’t have to spend money on anything beauty-related.” Welp.

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  • A stunning prediction of climate science — and basic physics — may now be coming true

    A lot of people deny climate change. Not many, though, deny gravity. That’s why a recent animation released by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory — well, it came out in April, but people seem to be noticing it now — is so striking. Because it suggests the likely gravitational imprint of our changing climate on key features of the Earth in a way that’s truly startling. The animation uses measurements from NASA’s squadron of GRACE satellites (Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment), which detect changes in mass below them as they fly over the Earth, to calculate how the ocean changed from April 2002 until July 2013, based on corresponding changes in the mass of the continents. The resulting animation

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  • No, Megyn Kelly Should Not Have Worn That Dress

    Megyn Kelly reported on the Republican National Convention while wearing a spaghetti-strap dress. The internet went crazy: people saying she was inappropriately dressed and people saying we should all shut up about her dress because "you go, girl," or whatever. Here's the deal: Society has norms, and when you go against those norms you're going to get backlash. There's a reason employees at Target wear khaki pants and red shirts, and the cashier at Burger King wears a uniform, and there's a reason you put on a suit when you go for a job interview. Your clothing is a symbol that indicates who you are. You don't see emo teens wearing pink party dresses, and you don't see biker gangs wearing tuxedos.

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  • Keshia Knight Pulliam -- Bring On Paternity Test ... I've Got Nothing to Hide

    Keshia Knight Pulliam is positive Ed Hartwell is the father of her unborn child, and she's down to prove it to him. Keshia was completely blindsided by the ex-NFL player's divorce petition earlier this week ... according to a source close to the former 'Cosby Show' star. We're told she's secure in the fact she's been 100% faithful to her husband of just 7 months, and has no idea why he'd assume otherwise. Also, she has no objection to taking the paternity test he's requesting. Keshia's pissed Ed ran to court to file divorce docs. We're told she firmly believes couples should work things out because that's what her parents have done to stay together for almost 40 years. That kind of happy ending

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  • Thinking About a New Radio in Your Silverado?

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  • Michelle Obama delivered the winning oratory Republicans have forgotten: Rick Wilson

    A passionate speech with heart, poetry and grace remains a howitzer in the digital-age political arsenal. As a Republican who pays attention to how the other side wins, I’ve spent a lot of time fighting to drag my party out of the stone-knives and bear skins era of politics. America is screen-agnostic and the accelerating future isn’t about destination television with Mom, Dad and 2.25 adorable scamps watching Family Guy in the blue glow of the widescreen. But even now the power of a great speech can have real political impact. In the age of Trump and his shoot-from-the-lip we-don’t-need-no-stinking-consultants campaign, his supporters are embracing what Tom Nichols calls “The Death of Expertise”.

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  • Skinny-Dipping and Surveillance Allegations Rock the World’s Largest Hedge Fund

    It was May of 2014, and Christopher Tarui and his supervisor were sitting together on a hotel-room couch in Denver. The two, both employees at Bridgewater Associates, the world’s largest hedge fund run by one of the world’s most famed finance billionaires, Ray Dalio, were on a business trip when Tarui claims his supervisor put his hand on the small of his back. This is the first of a series of sexual-harassment claims Tarui filed with the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities, according to documents obtained by The New York Times as a result of a Freedom of Information Act request. Tarui, who was put on paid leave two days before he filed his complaint, said he was initially hesitant to report the incidents because he worried the firm’s tendency to videotape high-stakes meetings would make his allegations public within the firm.

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  • Someone tell Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar their views on birth control are dangerous

    I hope that by now, between molestation scandals, cheating spouses and porn addictions, nobody's looking to the Duggars to be role models — or, at the very least, taking the things they say with a grain of salt. But just in case, we need to set the record straight right now on one thing: birth control. Some background: Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar just celebrated their 32-year wedding anniversary. That's really cool. Congratulations to them, because that's a hella long time to be married. But with their celebration came a blog post in which they revealed something shocking and scandalous about their past: The Duggars, early in their marriage, used birth control. "Believe it or not, when we first

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  • Amar'e retires a Knick, but shined with the Suns

    Amar'e Stoudemire announced that he will retire as a member of the New York Knicks, but it's his time with the Phoenix Suns that many will remember.

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