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  • Jessica Simpson's Latest Instagram Photo Poses So Many Questions

    Jessica Simpson is in love, and she doesn't care who knows it. The singer celebrated an anniversary with her husband, Eric Johnson, on Thursday by posting a sexy photo on Instagram. In the black-and-white photo, captioned, "The sexiest day of my life was 5yrs ago when Johnson came into my home #MAY21," Jessica cozies up to her man in a restaurant booth. It's unclear exactly what significance May 21 has to the couple, but Jessica's caption implies a number of things.

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  • Girl sexually exploited by 13 men in Winnipeg, police say

    Thirteen men have been charged in connection to the sexual exploitation of a girl, which started when she was only 12 years old. The men, who range in age from 41-69, would give the girl cash in exchange for sexual services, police said. The incidents all occurred in Winnipeg, police said.

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  • Family's Desperate Plea to Save Young Dad of 8

    For the past two decades, Shaun Alt has taken care of his family, including 8 children from 5- to 20-years old. The children, led by 15-year-old Kaitlyn Alt, have made it their mission to save his life. “He felt guilty for my siblings and I,” says Kaitlyn.

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  • The Best Pottery Barn-Inspired DIYs (7 photos)

    Walking through Pottery Barn can bring on a mix of strong emotions; you're falling in love with everything you see, brimming with design inspiration - and suffering from the constant letdown of sticker shock. Why must everything you love be so expensive

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  • Landlord David Goodine calls renting a 'nightmare'

    Goodine alleges the tenants were two months late paying rent when he sent eviction letters. "My son had to shovel countless baby diapers out of the bathtub," said Goodine. "We cleaned out 16 great big bags of garbage. Goodine says he had to enlist his son Andrew to help clean up.

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  • Josh Duggar: '19 Kids and Counting' Star Responds to Sexual Abuse Claims

    TLC pulls the reality show after allegations of Josh's alleged misconduct went public. Josh Duggar and his family are portrayed as a picture of wholesome perfection now. The show has been puld as josh faces accusations he sexually molested rurnd under aged girls when he was a teenager.

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  • Crown recommending four-year prison sentence for ex-Quebec vice-regal Thibault

    Former Quebec lieutenant-governor Lise Thibault burst into tears Friday when a judge asked her whether she had anything to say following a prosecutor's recommendation she receive a four-year prison sentence for fraud and breach of trust. "I never thought for one second I'd be standing before you," an emotional Thibault, 76, told Quebec court Judge Carol St-Cyr. Prosecutor Marcel Guimont said the ex-Quebec vice-regal should also reimburse a total of $430,000 to the province and the federal government.

    The Canadian Press
  • Why former UFC heavyweight champ Andrei Arlovski isn't pining for a title shot

    For being a former UFC heavyweight champion in the midst of an unlikely career resurgence, Andrei Arlovski's nonchalant approach toward redemption is kind of refreshing. "One step at a time," said the 36-year-old after a rousing first-round knockout of former teammate Travis Browne at UFC 187. Grinning from ear to ear after the fight, the victorious Belarusian was understandably pleased with his performance against Browne.

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  • Edmonton inmate stomped to death owed $287 LRT fine

    Barry Stewart owed $287. Rather than pay the fine, he chose to spend three days in the Edmonton Remand Centre. Two days into his sentence, in the small hours of the morning, he was stomped to death by a fellow inmate, a mentally ill man he should not have shared a cell with.

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  • Ismail Taher, Edmonton-area doctor convicted of sex assault, quits practice

    A month after being found guilty of sexually assaulting a female patient, Edmonton doctor Ismail Taher has voluntarily stopped practising medicine. In April Taher was found guilty of groping a woman, who is now 20, during a routine medicentre visit in Sherwood Park in August 2013. Taher was sentenced to 12 months probation and told to pay $500 in restitution last week.

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  • '19 Kids' Pulled From TLC

    "19 Kids and Counting" has been yanked from TLC. "Effective immediately, TLC has pulled all episodes of 19 Kids and Counting currently from the air. The show's removal from the air comes after reports from In Touch Weekly and TMZ surfaced claiming that Josh Duggar was the subject of a police investigation for alleged child molestation of five girls which began in 2002, when he was around 14.

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  • The owners of the dog drowned by a neighbour tell their tragic story

    The stone statue of a border terrier sits next to the pond in Alan and Alison Boddington’s country garden in silent memory of their cherished dog Meg, who died last July. Every time they glance at the carving through the window, it brings back seven years of joyous memories; of skittering paws, a blur of wiry tan and grey-coloured fur and the soundtrack of Meg’s excited barking. It’s deathly quiet in the Boddington’s garden these days with Meg gone — or rather brutally silenced, for not everyone shared the family’s delight in her playful and sometimes noisy exuberance. Indeed, the stone effigy by the pond also serves as a painful reminder of how Meg’s life ended — in a bucket of water, drowned by a neighbour so maddened by her yapping he ‘snapped’ in a moment of ‘insanity’.

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  • Dear Air Canada, you’re clamping down on the wrong behaviour

    As of Monday, anyone flying out of Toronto’s Lester B. Pearson Airport with Air Canada will want to pay special attention to their baggage, emotional and otherwise. This week, the airline began issuing red tags to those passengers whose carry-on luggage conforms to the company’s size regulations. The salvo represented a new turn in the so-called Carry-on Crisis that began last fall when the airline announced it would start charging for checked bags on domestic flights.

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  • Man who admitted killing B.C. hockey mom says sorry, wants rehab in prison

    Provincial court heard Yosef Gopaul intended to snatch Julie Paskall's purse in Surrey on Dec. 29, 2013, as she waited to pick up her 16-year-old son after he'd refereed at a minor hockey game. Yosef was charged with second-degree murder but pleaded guilty to the lesser charge on Friday, when he was handed a combined 12-year prison sentence for her death and a robbery at a bus stop two weeks earlier.

    The Canadian Press
  • Kim Fires Back At Her Critics

    Kim Kardashian has a message for her critics – let's see you try it! In the final installment of Billy Bush's exclusive interview with Kim, the reality star-turned-mogul talked about dealing with the haters, and the one thing that will make her block someone on social media.

    Access Hollywood
  • ISIS claims it is 'infinitely' closer to buying a nuclear weapon

    Islamic State has claimed it is 'infinitely' closer to buying a nuclear bomb from Pakistan and smuggling it into the US. An article, apparently penned by British hostage John Cantlie for the terror group’s magazine, Dabiq, says the scenario is 'more possible today than it was just one year ago'.

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  • Western governments and human rights groups outraged after Putin signs law allowing for 'undesirable' foreign organizations to be closed down

    Western governments and human-rights groups have reacted with fury after Vladimir Putin signed a new law allowing Russian prosecutors to declare foreign and international organizations “undesirable” and close them down. Local staff could face fines or prison, and foreign staff may be denied entry to Russia. Alexander Taransky, a Russian MP behind the law, said it was targeted at commercial organizations in retaliation for Western sanctions.

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  • Donations pour in for Arizona dog found hanging from tree; Sunny recovers with foster family

    More than $20,000 has poured in for an Arizona dog that was found hanging from a tree more than a week ago but is now recovering in a foster home. Sunny the dog made headlines when someone found him on May 12. José Ocaño, director of shelter operations for the Pima Animal Care Center, said Sunny has slowly began to recover and is now being taken care of by a foster parent.

    The Canadian Press
  • Chris Hoare found guilty of attempted murder after attack on wife

    An Ottawa realtor who lured his wife into the garage and hit her twice in the head with an aluminum bat has been found guilty of attempted murder, a judge ruled Monday. Chris Hoare, 45, had earlier pleaded guilty to assault with a weapon, but pleaded not guilty to attempted murder, aggravated assault and choking.

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  • 'Fuller House': Olsen Twins Out

    "Fuller House" just got a little less full. Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen will not be returning to the upcoming Netflix "Full House" spinoff. "Although Ashley and Mary-Kate will not be a part of 'Fuller House,' I know how much 'Full House' has meant to them

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