• Taylor Swift Has a Secret Twin and She's a Japanese McDonald's Model: Watch the Commercial Here!

    She's loving it! At least, this McDonald's model may be, because the Internet has taken notice that she's Taylor Swift's secret twin. The model in question appears in an already popular, resurfaced Japanese commercial from the fast-food chain (uploaded

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  • This Guy Invented Shoes That Grow Five Sizes In Five Years For Kids In Developing Countries

    1. Kenton Lee was working at an orphanage in Kenya when he noticed a little girl with the ends of her shoes cut off and her toes sticking out. “For years the idea of these growing shoes wouldn’t leave my mind,” he told BuzzFeed News.

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  • Kings forward Jarret Stoll arrested on suspicion of drug possession: Report

    According to a report by CBS Los Angeles and CBS Las Vegas, Los Angeles Kings forward Jarret Stoll was arrested Friday on suspicion of possession of cocaine and Ecstasy. Per a web story on CBS Los Angeles, Stoll was arrested at the Wet Republic pool complex at the MGM Grand Hotel, and Las Vegas police confirmed the situation.

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  • Lewis Hamilton under fire for spraying champagne on hostess (17 photos)

    Celebrating with a champagne party on the podium is one of the longest standing traditions of F1 racing, but a picture from Lewis Hamilton's most recent celebration at the Chinese Grand Prix has the practice – and the driver participating in it – under

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  • Canucks take Game 2, combine for over 100 PIMs in brawl with Flames (Video)

    This should have been a story about Eddie Lack needing only 22 saves to earn his first ever Stanley Cup playoff win, and the Canucks first win on home-ice in the playoffs since 2011. Everyone loves a good line brawl, especially in the playoffs. Although, according to Darren Dreger, the officiating supervisor for this series, Rob Schick, has given it a once over.

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  • Steve Harvey Loses His Cool on ‘Family Feud’ on ‘This Week in Game Shows’

    Steve Harvey is one cool cucumber … usually. But on Family Feud, one team sent him over the edge. Also on “This Week in Game Shows,” it was “Couples Week” on The Price Is Right, where happy unions of all sorts assembled to compete for prizes. And on Let’s Make a Deal, see which costume made co-host Jonathan Magnum exclaim to Wayne Brady, “You’re gonna get sued.”

    TV In No Time
  • Paula Stiles identified as mother of three killed in Sherwood Park

    The mother of three who was killed in her Sherwood Park home on Wednesday was "absolutely devoted to her daughters," a family friend told CBC News. "Paula Stiles was the most generous person I have ever met," Edmonton author Todd Babiak said in a statement. Neighbours on a quiet cul-de-sac in Sherwood Park where the body was found say Stiles and her husband separated last year and had three young daughters aged 6 to 13.

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  • Aircraft carrier 'amazingly intact' after 64 years under the Pacific

    After languishing at the bottom of the Pacific for a staggering 64 years, an aircraft carrier from the Second World War has been discovered 'amazingly intact'. The USS Independence is resting 800m underwater off California's Farallon Islands with its hull and deck very well preserved and clearly visible. There also appears to be a plane in the hangar bay of the vessel, scientists with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) said on Thursday.

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  • Mission fire kills 1 woman, 2 children escape with hands 'zip-tied'

    A woman died and two children were taken to hospital after what is being considered a suspicious fire ripped through their mobile home in Mission, B.C., in the early hours of Friday morning. Neighbours at the Green Acres Park on Shook Road were woken up by sirens to find one home ablaze and police and fire services in attendance. Two other neighbours (who also asked to remain anonymous) say they saw two girls, aged approximately nine and 11, run out of the fiery trailer "with their hands zip-tied", before being taken away by ambulance.

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  • Mila Kunis Dresses Up Her Go-To Tee and Jeans: See Her Latest Post-Baby Red Carpet Outfit!

    Slim and breezily stylish as always, Mila Kunis attended the Burberry "London in Los Angeles" event at the Griffith Observatory on Thursday, April 16. Forgoing the formal dresses that most of the ladies seemed to prefer, Kunis, 31, worked her post-baby body in a pair of tailored jeans, teamed with a semi-sheer blouse. Click here to see more photos of Mila's post-baby body.

    Us Weekly
  • Dollarama calls cops on grandmother who brought dog inside

    It was only after she found the glue and was headed to the checkout that she noticed a police officer in the store — then two more. Dollarama told CBC News that its customer service department has not received a formal complaint about the matter.

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  • Habs' PK Subban steps up in Game 2 in front of Elise Beliveau: 'I want to be better for her'

    It was the second intermission of the playoff opener Wednesday night, and P.K. Subban was standing outside the Montreal Canadiens’ dressing room. Elise Beliveau, the widow of the late Jean Beliveau, came by as she often does. Subban said he was worked up for Game 2 on Friday night and got even more worked up when he saw Mrs. Beliveau behind the glass.

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  • Philadelphia family wins back seized rare Double Eagle gold coins possibly worth $80 million

    A family was awarded the rights to 10 rare gold coins possibly worth $80 million or more on Friday after a U.S. appeals court overturned a jury verdict. U.S. Department of the Treasury officials insist the $20 Double Eagles were stolen from the U.S. Mint in Philadelphia before the 1933 series was melted down when the country went off the gold standard. Langbord's father, jeweler Israel Switt, had dealings with the Mint in the 1930s and was twice investigated over his coin holdings.

    The Canadian Press
  • Fish that hitched cross-Pacific ride in suspected tsunami debris boat are quarantined

    The wreckage of a fishing boat that appears to be debris from the 2011 Japanese tsunami was carrying some unexpected passengers — fish from Japanese waters — when it was spotted off the Oregon coast. Fish washed up in debris can bring parasites and diseases to native species, but biologists say the latest fish pose little threat. Last month, a striped knifejaw turned up in a fisherman's crab trap off the Oregon Coast.

    The Canadian Press
  • Indian PM ends three-day visit with protesters and supporters at temples

    India's prime minister has pronounced his watershed three-day visit to Canada a success, expressing hope in a parting toast that a new partnership has begun. "Although India and Canada have so much in common, we were not in each others' thoughts for so many years," Narendra Modi said in a translated farewell speech Thursday night in Vancouver. The leader of the right-leaning majority Hindu nationalist party told a state dinner held by Prime Minister Stephen Harper, and which drew B.C.'s premier and assorted Conservative MPs, that both countries have made progress on many issues.

    The Canadian Press
  • Warning over deadly new children's game of 'sleeper'

    Police in Manchester have now issued a warning to parents over the game, known as 'sleeper', which officers say is potentially fatal. The child's details have not been release but a Greater Manchester Police spokesman said the child is believed to have had underlying health problems and is expected to make a full recovery.

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  • Apple is worried Samsung won't make enough chips for the next iPhone because the Galaxy S6 is suddenly doing better than expected

    (AP)The Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge.Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge smartphones will exceed sales expectations, according to a new note from KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, and that could hurt Apple's access to the A9 processors that Samsung produces for the

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  • Nova Scotia woman mocked by RCMP voice mail frustrated by delays

    A Nova Scotia woman is frustrated about the amount of time it's taking to deal with complaints she lodged against the RCMP after several officers inadvertently left a voice mail message in which they could be heard cursing and making light of a domestic assault she had reported. The Canadian Human Rights Commission is waiting on a decision from the complaints commission before deciding whether to act. Cheryl's lawyer, Naiomi Metallic, said the Canadian Human Rights Commission shouldn't wait because it can bring a broader perspective to the issue.

    CBC
  • Bank of China awarded more than $672 million in B.C. Supreme Court case

    A B.C. Supreme Court judge has ordered two defendants to pay the Bank of China more than $672 million in an international breach of trust and fraud case. In a judgment published online Friday, Justice Ronald Skolrood ordered Kuang Wan Fang to pay $670 million and her mother in-law Tan Wen Jing more than $2.5 million. The bank launched the civil case against Kuang, her husband, Xu Chao Fan, and others in 2001 after becoming aware that it had been defrauded of US$480 million during the previous decade.

    The Canadian Press
  • Toxic neighbour with a past as colourful as her £15m house

    Last month residents of Kensington’s South End woke to find that a neighbouring house had been given a startling paint job, giving the £15 million property the appearance of an inflated beach hut.

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