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VIDEO: 'Price Is Right' contestant's hilarious flub

This woman clearly forgot the rules of the game when she hopped on stage with Drew Carey moments after getting the 'come on down' introduction.

  • Former "Cosby Show" Guest Star Accuses Bill Cosby Of Rape

    On Friday, actor Lili Bernard stated at a news conference in New York City that in the early 1990s, Bill Cosby drugged and raped her. At the news conference, Bernard said, “He praised me. After all, he was Bill Cosby. On April 30, Bernard, along with her lawyer Gloria Allred, went to the police station in Atlantic City to report the alleged crime.

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  • Bruce Jenner Fires Kris Jenner As Manager For E! Docuseries After Kris Cuts Off All Ties

    Bruce Jenner fired his ex-wife Kris Jenner as his manager for an upcoming TV show that will follow his transition into a woman, the Sun reported. The decision comes after Bruce revealed he was more of a woman than a man in a tell-all interview with Dwayne Sawyer last month. "Kris is as you see on the show - bossy, nosey and controlling. Kris has so far helped the Jenner family clock in millions of dollars by managing the family's affairs, including that of her children Kim, Khloe, Kourtney and Rob, and her daughters with Bruce -- Kendall and Kylie.

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  • Terror group video show teenager 'shooting alleged Iraqi spy'

    A chilling video that appears to show a boy executing an alleged Iraqi spy has been released by the Islamic State. Slickly edited footage shows the teenager, of Western appearance, loading a 9mm handgun as the prisoner is driven into a warehouse by a group of masked militants.

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  • Born under gender-equal succession rules, but life won't be a fairytale for UK's new princess

    William and Kate's new daughter is the first British princess who won't face royal discrimination because she's a girl, but that doesn't mean her life will be a fairy tale. Thanks to a change in the centuries-old rules of royal succession, if Princess Charlotte has a younger brother, he won't overtake her in line to the throne. The experience of Kate — and, even more, of the baby's late grandmother, Princess Diana — suggests the level of interest the princess can expect.

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  • Richest fight ever proving to be a gold mine for Vegas bookies as millions pour in

    Days before the fight, one Manny Pacquiao believer had already put $500,000 on his man in the MGM Grand sports book. Now, book operator Jay Rood is working hard to balance the action. "Hopefully by this evening we'll have taken a million-dollar bet on Mayweather," Rood said Thursday.

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  • Sex ed protest leaves 1 Toronto school almost empty

    A public elementary school in Toronto was left nearly empty on Monday as parents protested against the province's new sex ed curriculum. Between 200 and 300 protesters voiced their concerns with changes to the current sex ed system outside Thorncliffe Park Public School, said the CBC's James Murray. Toronto District School Board spokesman Ryan Bird said 1,220 of the 1,350 Grade 1 to Grade 5 students are not currently in class.

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  • Get ready for a (short-lived) 85-cent Canadian dollar

    From the economy to politics to corporate earnings, this is a big week for financial markets. It begins today with a handful of first-quarter corporate results, and then gathers steam, climaxing with duelling jobs reports in Canada and the United States on Friday.

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  • This Hack For Hiding an Ugly AC Unit Is Genius! (3 photos)

    If you have a love-hate relationship with your wall-unit AC, this clever camouflaging tip will change your life. Mara from Design Evolving figured out a way to eliminate this megaeyesore while still reaping the cooling benefits. Her secret? A creative

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  • Reaction to 6 Baltimore Police Officers Being Charged in Freddie Gray's Death

    President Obama says it's "absolutely vital" the truth comes out. If they see this man I was just trying. To get a lot. They see him as a human being area. And I ever come here today. To thank god. That matter most in her team sought him. Saw them. Strong

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  • Bobbi Kristina Brown Update: Doctors Say Slim Chance Of Recovery For Aspiring Actress

    Bobbi Kristina Brown, who has remained unresponsive for over three months, has only a slim chance of recovery, neurological experts have reportedly claimed. The 22-year-old’s grandmother Cissy Houston had said last month that Bobbi Kristina’s condition might never improve, while her father, Bobby Brown, has said that she had shown signs of improvement. Changes in Bobbi Kristina’s condition may come more slowly and physical therapy would depend on her “level of consciousness,” Dr. Mark Liker, a neurosurgeon with Dignity Health’s Northridge Hospital Medical Center in California, told Extra TV. Some doctors also reportedly claimed that medical experts may be able to keep the aspiring actress in a relatively stable condition, but without any real progress.

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  • SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: can't escape Diana's niece, Lady Kitty Spencer

    Raised out of the public eye with her siblings in South Africa, following her father Earl Spencer's split from her mother Victoria Lockwood, the niece of the world's once most photographed woman was never going to hide her light under a bushel for long.

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  • This guy cashed in his frequent-flier miles for an $18,000 suite on a Singapore Airlines flight — here's what it was like

    First class can be plenty luxurious, but it's nothing like Singapore Airlines' iconic Suites Class. Travel blogger Derek Low recently cashed in his frequent-flier miles to purchase an $18,125.30 round-trip ticket in Suites Class, and thankfully he took lots of gorgeous photos of his journey.

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  • How DOES an Avon lady earn £170,000 for a 20-hour week?

    It emerged last week that Gail Reynolds, a 43-year-old mother of three who left school without a single qualification, had pretty much hit the jobs jackpot.

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  • Man caught driving drunk in a Camaro with kids inside, police say

    Police say an alleged drunk driver was caught doing "donuts" with a sports car in the middle of a Barrie, Ont., intersection last night, with two children inside the vehicle. A news release indicates that a police officer saw a "cloud of smoke" in the intersection of Stanley Street and Birchwood Drive, just before 7 p.m. Saturday.

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  • Women Turn Tables on Online Harassers

    About 24 hours after joining Tinder, Ashley Brincefield, 31, a customs inspector in Port Tobacco, Md., began getting creepy messages. Ms. Brincefield tried blocking them and reporting them to Tinder, but the harassers would just surface under a new screen name, she said. Alexandra Tweten, 27, an operations coordinator for Live Nation in Los Angeles, received abusive messages from men on OKCupid and other sites.

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  • Fascinating images compare 1945 Berlin with how same scenes look today

    In a poignant photograph taken on May 9, 1945 - the day after Allied victory in Europe - a German soldier is seen sat on the ruins of the Reichstag, contemplating the future of his country. In a merged image with a photograph taken this May, a woman is seen texting as she walks past where the rubble once was.

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  • Missing Dutch skiers' dog Kimnik found alive in High Arctic

    Marc Cornelissen and Philip de Roo were on a two-month scientific study of ice thickness north of Resolute Bay when they disappeared. An RCMP search and rescue effort was called off Thursday, with police saying the men likely drowned. RCMP spokeswoman Yvonne Niego said the territory's protection services stop at search and rescue, and recovery options for the pair's gear and dog were a "grey area," casting the fate of the animal, strapped to a sled in the High Arctic, into question.

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  • ‘Throwaway ticketing,’ the controversial money-saving trick that airlines don’t want you to know about

    Scott Keyes is an expert when it comes to getting the best possible price for airline tickets. The reporter for Think Progress and author of the e-books “How To Fly For Free” and “How To Find Cheap Flights" is so good at it that he has planned a world trip that will take him more than 20,000 miles to 13 countries, all for free. When Business Insider spoke with Keyes, he said one of his favorite hacks for getting cheap flights was taking advantage of "throwaway tickets," something that many fliers have never even heard of before.

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  • Vancouver Shipping Container Homes Set Example For Rest Of Canada

    The Vancouver model is catching on in communities where suitable housing is direly needed....

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  • A Duffy Dictionary: A glossary of some of the terms coming up in court

    Sen. Mike Duffy's trial on 31 charges of fraud, breach of trust and bribery begins its fifth week Monday — an opportunity to look at the unique lexicon that's sprung up around the case. Age Wave: A nebulous project Duffy discussed with trainer Mike Croskery to promote physical activity among baby boomers. Croskery was paid Senate funds through the Ottawa ICF contract (see below) for consulting services Duffy said he provided during exercise sessions.

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