• First Look at Teresa Giudice Since Starting Prison Sentence

    Apparently when you're a reality TV star, you can pose for magazine covers in prison. In her first photo since beginning her 15-month sentence behind bars, Teresa Giudice is seen on the cover of Us magazine with her husband Joe and two of their four daughters. NEWS: Teresa Giudice Makes Odd New Year's Resolution Before Serving Prison Time According to the publication, the cover image was taken in the visitation room of the Federal Correctional Institution in Danbury, Conn. In the photo, Teresa, 42, is no longer sporting her usual blowout 'do but instead has her hair naturally curly, is wearing minimal makeup and donning her prison jumpsuit. Joe, also 42, opens up to Us about how he's dealing with his wife behind bars and raising his girls -- Gia, 14, Gabriella, 10, Milania, 9, and Audriana, 5 -- all by himself. "I cry more than the girls," he admits, adding that his youngest Audriana thinks her mom is working. "I pretty much cry every time I leave. Like a little baby." NEWS: Melissa Gorga Says Joe Giudice 'Manning Up' While Teresa Serves Prison Sentence Teresa echoes those sentiments, "I miss Joe and my girls terribly." The Real Housewives of New Jersey star was sentenced on Oct. 2, 2014 to serve time after she and her husband pleaded guilty to fraud charges in March 2014. The 39-count indictment filed in July 2013 included bank fraud, mail, wire and bankruptcy fraud. The Bravo stars earned more than $5 million from their fraudulent behavior. Once Teresa is done with her time, Joe will begin his 41-month sentence behind bars.

  • Video 'shows cabin chaos' in seconds before Alps crash: reports

    A video purportedly showing the final seconds inside the cabin of the ill-fated Germanwings airliner moments before it crashed has emerged, two European media said, although French police denied the claims to CNN. One sequence reportedly shows a chaotic scene with passengers screaming "My God". French magazine Paris Match and German daily Bild said the authenticity of the video filmed on a mobile phone is "unquestionable" and that it had been retrieved from the wreckage of last Tuesday's crash. The recording lasting just a few seconds showed that passengers knew what was happening to them before the plane crashed into the French Alps, instantly killing all 150 people on board, according to the reports.

  • Bentley designer raps new Ford model - Automotive News

    Bentley Motors' top designer has criticised Ford's new Lincoln Continental, fretting on social media about the car's similarities with one of its own models, Automotive News reported late on Tuesday. The Lincoln Continental luxury saloon, unveiled this week by Ford at the New York auto show, resembles the Bentley Flying Spur, Automotive News reported, citing comments by Bentley design chief Luc Donckerwolke that were picked up by online publication Car Design News. "Do you want us to send the product tooling?" Donckerwolke posted on Lincoln designer David Woodhouses' Facebook page, a comment that was subsequently deleted, Automotive News said.

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  • Phillies send Phillippe Aumont back to minors

    CLEARWATER, Fla. Phillippe Aumont quietly packed the contents of his locker into a red Phillies equipment bag Wednesday morning. Ken Giles walked over, spoke a few words to his friend and fellow reliever and the two hugged. He is still a member of the Phillies organization, but no longer a member of the teams 40-man roster. The 26-year-old right-hander was out of minor-league options so to make the move the Phillies first had to place him on waivers.

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  • Why astronauts get slapped in the face with a cross before going to space

    Astronauts leave nothing to chance, and alongside the checks and double-checks carried out before a rocket launches, there's a clutch of rituals that have taken root in the world of space travel. Perhaps the oddest of these (at least visually) is the official blessing dished out by a priest from the Russian Orthodox Church. American astronauts, Russian cosmonauts, and even rockets all go through this, with photos from NASA's official photographer showing that the same bearded and gowned official has been carrying out the ritual with gusto for a few years now. It certainly wouldn't have taken place under the officially atheist Soviet state, but Russians have embraced religion in recent years (not least of all thanks to Vladimir Putin, who benefits from the support of the Moscow Patriarchate), and it seems at some point, the Church got invited to the space party.

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  • Introducing PlayStation Flow, Sony's Latest PS4 Wearable Device

    APRIL FOOLS: "We're taking gaming out of the living room and into the swimming pool."

  • These Are 20 Of The World's Best Photos Taken With Cell Phones

    Anyone with a cell phone can be an incredible photographer, no fancy camera necessary. Sony on Tuesday announced the winners of the Sony World Photography Awards' Mobile Phone category, and we're impressed. Mobile is just one of many categories in the competition. Others include Professional, Open and Youth. There were more than 96,000 entries...

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  • Brandel Chamblee doubts Tiger Woods' ‘catastrophically bad’ short game is ready for Augusta

    With Tiger Woods apparently inclined to play the Masters next week, Brandel Chamblee and Chris DiMarco wonder if the 14-time major champ’s short game is up to the task. If Tiger Woods plays the Masters next week — and a start at Augusta by the 14-time major champion seems more probable by the day — he will likely do so with a "catastrophically bad" short game that can’t pass the toughest test in golf, according to Brandel Chamblee. Woods, who either played 18 holes at Augusta on Tuesday or pulled the mother of all April Fool’s-eve pranks on the golf world, appears inclined to return from his self-imposed hiatus to the friendly confines of a track he has mastered four times. Chamblee, along with Chris DiMarco, who was up close and personal to Tiger’s "Oh my goodness!" chip shot a decade ago, wondered Tuesday if Woods were ready to go public with a wedge game that forced him into seclusion just two months ago.

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  • Meghan Trainor, Melissa McCarthy Helping Women Show Off Their Curves

    Meghan Trainor has just announced she’s helping fashion-forward women flaunt their curves in a new collection, partnering with Fullbeauty. Meanwhile, Melissa McCarthy’s Seven7 line will launch in August. Back in 1985, the average American woman wore a size 8, but today, she wears a size 14. And although Lane Bryant has served the full-figured market for years, online sites like ModCloth, Monif C. and Eloquii are now breaking out of the box with creative new styles. Check out this video to learn more about t

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  • Tesla's New Product Secretly Tested By 330 Consumers

    Global Equities Research analyst Trip Chowdhry has revealed some interesting information about Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA )'s new product line. Major new Tesla product line -- not a car -- will be ...

  • 12 Things Only People With Anxiety Understand

    Anxiety is not just a matter of "feeling stressed," for people with the diagnosable medical condition. Here are 12 truths that only people with anxiety know to be true.

    Yahoo Health
  • 2016 Porsche Cayman Spyder (10 photos)

    The 2016 Porsche Cayman Spyder that debuted at the New York Auto Show once again shows how beautiful a manual soft top can be. As a purer, rawer Boxter, it's over 60 pounds lighter, with a 375-horsepower motor pulled from the Cayman GT4. Air conditioning and radio are an option, and it starts at around $83,000.

    Yahoo Autos
  • American farmer among the winners in sanctions-hit Russia

    MOSCOW (AP) — Kansas-born farmer Justus Walker is prospering in Russia — one year after the U.S. and European Union began imposing sanctions against his adopted country over its aggression in Ukraine.

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  • Bruce Lee's Estate Seeks to Stop Icon's Depiction in 'Ip Man 3'

    Pegasus announced at Filmart that Bruce Lee will be computer generated in the third installment of the popular action biopic franchise.

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  • McClain received offer from Pats, opted to stay put

    Linebacker Rolando McClain, a former top-10 pick who retired twice before turning his career around in Dallas, will continue his career there.  As previously noted, it’s a one-year deal for McClain to remain with the Cowboys, with a value of up to $4 million. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, McClain’s visit with…

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  • How durable is Samsung's new Galaxy S6?

    With Samsung getting ready to release its new flagship handsets - the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge - into an eagerly awaiting market, some are rightly anxious about the handset's durability.

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  • The Coolest Things People Are Making on 3D Printers

    If you can think it, you can create it — thanks to 3D printers. 3D printers are revolutionizing the DIY world, enabling people to make the most unlikely products themselves, on the spot. Want a bike? Print one out. Need a pair of scissors?

    Yahoo Makers
  • Gas Prices Headed As Low As $1.50 A Gallon

    Speeding past Newark Airport on Interstate 95 in New Jersey, a stunning scene across the way offers a rare glimpse into the future of the US energy business, and the picture isn’t pretty. The narrow strip of land that borders the interstate also backs up to the shore along the New

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  • Ford's Mustang Shelby GT350 To Pack Over 520 HP, Feature Track-Only Variant?

    Shelby Mustangs have never been half-hearted efforts, and the version built on the Ford Motor Company's [NYSE:F] six-generation Mustang platform will be no exception. Mustang6G, citing a recent Q&A with Ford's own Shelby brand manager Jim Owens, is reporting that the potent pony will produce over 520 horsepower—which means output of more than 100 horsepower per liter.