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  • Woman Keeps McDonald’s Happy Meal Untouched For Six Years – And This Is The Shocking Result

    A mum claims to have conducted an experiment where she kept a McDonald’s Happy Meal for SIX years – just to see if it would decompose. 

    Yahoo News
  • Your ability to read this message reveals something incredible about the mind

    Can you read the message below? The above passage, written in a combination of letters...

    Business Insider
  • Reasonable doubt means acquittal in Ghomeshi case

    “Two complainants down. One to go.” Jian Ghomeshi has not spoken to the media since his trial began, but he may think this phrase says it all in assessing how well his trial has gone so far. In the meantime, given the revelations in the first two cross-examinations, articles with headlines such as “Don’t Dismiss Ghomeshi’s Accusers over their After the Fact Behaviour” have appeared in mainstream and, especially, social media, ostensibly supporting the complainants by reminding us that real victims of sexual violence are often inconsistent in retelling their abuse, and sometimes engage in post-event conduct that seems incompatible (to some) with a prior lack of consent. We should expect more of

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  • Coca-Cola has discovered an untapped market to save the soda business

    As soda sales slow in the US, Coca-Cola is looking elsewhere for customers. One of the major...

    Business Insider
  • Watch: Man Left To Die Inside Tomb Is Discovered Alive By Shocked Family

    This is the dramatic moment a man who had been thrown down a tomb and left to die was discovered ALIVE by a grieving family. The man, only known by his initials VSFM, had apparently been attacked and thrown down the tomb in Caju Cemetery in Brazil. Firemen who rushed to the scene opened up the tomb to find the 33-year-old alive but severely injured.

    Yahoo News
  • Super Bowl champion Wade Phillips trolls Cam Newton on Twitter

    The coach has posted some good zingers on Twitter, and had one for Newton on Monday morning.

    Shutdown Corner
  • 13 Mistakes Not to Make If You Ever Want to Sell Your Home (13 photos)

    If you plan to sell your home someday (and most people do), it's important to always consider the long-term consequences of short-term design decisions. Remember, when it comes to resale value, timeless trumps trendy every time. So, before you install a state-of-the-art sports court, invest in a luxury hot tub, or convert your garage into extra living space, keep in mind the following complaints home buyers often express about certain home enhancements. | By Jill Lawrence-O'Hara,

    Bob Vila
  • Regina family's dream vacation in Cuba turns to 'nightmare'

    Members of a Regina family say their dream vacation in Cuba "turned into a nightmare". "Everything was great for the first few days," Kelly Morrison said in a news release. On the morning of Jan. 30, Morrison opened their hotel room safe and found her wedding rings and money were nowhere to be found.

  • Donald Trump dismisses audience after getting booed at the debate

    Real-estate mogul Donald Trump confronted a Republican debate audience that repeatedly booed him...

    Business Insider
  • How Matt LeBlanc Got Through His Post-Friends ‘Dark Period’

    The actor “almost had a nervous breakdown.”

  • Ghomeshi emails reveal growing importance of 'digital debris' to trials

    The unearthing of 13-year-old emails in an attempt to discredit a woman accusing Jian Ghomeshi of sexual assault underscores the growing importance of "digital debris" in criminal and civil trials, experts say. The amount of electronic data, records and documents introduced in trials can be "overwhelming," said David Fraser, an Internet and privacy lawyer with McInnes Cooper. Defence lawyer Marie Henein has grilled two female complainants on their correspondence with Ghomeshi after the alleged assaults.

    The Canadian Press
  • Customer Gets Her Just Desserts After Ranting About Michelin Restaurant On TripAdvisor

    The TripAdvisor user wrote a scathing review of Glynn Purnell’s restaurant in Birmingham – saying it was "immoral [for it] to charge such prices for food". “Maybe the chef should watch Masterchef The Professionals for a few lessons to see how food should be served and give some decent portions of wonderful food not just the content of a decent starter over 6 courses. “In regards to Masterchef, Glynn is well celebrated and well received in the public scene.

    Yahoo News
  • Canada's ‘loonie predicament’

    Canada is struggling with what Moody’s Analytics calls a “loonie predicament.” What that means is that the energy provinces are in deep trouble from the collapse in crude prices, while the industrial regions are on a roll as lower oil prices depress the value of the Canadian dollar, thus helping to boost exports. So for Ontario to prosper because of the currency, Alberta must suffer. “The drop in oil prices and the cheaper loonie offer the promise of increased cost competitiveness for Canada’s major industrial centres across Ontario and Quebec, even while it represents a threat to major energy-producing provinces such as Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Newfoundland and Labrador,” said Paul Matsiras,

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  • Support for Alberta's PC party skyrockets at the expense of NDP, now third in provincial poll

    Alberta’s NDP have plummeted to third place and Premier Rachel Notley’s personal approval rating has plunged just nine months after sweeping the Progressive Conservative Party from power, according to a new poll. A Mainstreet Research/Postmedia poll of more than 3,000 Albertans this week shows the NDP have just 27 per cent popular support among decided voters — trailing the Wildrose at 33 per cent and the PCs at 31 per cent. Mainstreet President Quito Maggi said the NDP and the premier are apparently suffering fallout from the global collapse of oil prices that has created a gaping hole in provincial revenues. “Now that we’re a full year plus into these historic low oil prices and the impacts on both public coffers and personal finances is being fully felt, I think a lot of the blame is being directed at the government — rightly or wrongly,” Maggi said.

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  • Sir Elton John Ends Eight-Year Feud With Mother Sheila

    Just last month it was reported that Sir Elton John was paying out £30,000 for his estranged mother’s hip operation, and now the singing legend has confirmed that he and his mum, Sheila, are back on good terms. Elton and Sheila famously fell out eight years ago when Sheila refused to cut her son’s ex-manager and ex-assistant out of her life, also blaming Elton’s husband, David Furnish, for turning the singer against her. A source close to Elton has now revealed that Sheila’s landmark birthday was a turning point for the pair, telling The Mirror: “Enough was enough.

    Stephanie Soteriou
  • China Close To Creating ‘Artificial Sun’ That Could End Reliance On Fossil Fuels

    Chinese scientists have managed to create a hydrogen gas that is three times hotter than the sun. The artificial solar energy could eventually be used as an inexhaustible source of power, ending reliance on fossil fuels and solving the world energy crisis. Chinese boffins created the gas in a huge magnetic fusion reactor at the Institute of Physical Science in Hefei.

    Yahoo News
  • We’re Gonna Need A Bigger Hutch: Giant Rabbit Named Atlas Wants A Home

    The seven-month-old bunny is being cared for by staff at a Scottish SPCA centre in Cardonald, Glasgow, after his owner could no longer look after him. Atlas is a continental giant rabbit and is the size of a dog. “Atlas is already about the size of a Westie and is still young with some growing to do,” said SPCA centre manager Anna O'Donnell.

    Yahoo News
  • Security fears heighten after Germany finds ISIS fighters disguised as refugees

    Fri, Feb 5: German security officials admit they have discovered ISIS fighters pretending to be refugees and then slipping into Europe. Tom Clark looks at whether Canada has the same concerns.

    Global News
  • How a Former Drug Kingpin Transformed His Body and Created a Prison Workout Phenomenon

    In 2009, Marte and nine associates were scooped up by the NYPD on the same day. Not only had one of his accomplices flipped on him, but the officers had tapped his phones and spent a year building a case against him, documenting upward of 40 cocaine sales.

    Men's Fitness On Yahoo
  • Peyton Manning's Budweiser plugs were a little self-serving

    The Broncos' quarterback might like the beer, but he also has a financial stake in the beverage.

    Shutdown Corner