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  • Here are the fascinating never-before-seen photos of Dick Cheney and George W. Bush on 9/11

    The photos — taken by the Vice Presidential photographer and released this week by the National Archives  — were released as part of a Freedom of Information Act request filed by documentary filmmaker Colette Neirouz Hanna. The images show intimate photos of administration higher-ups like Vice President Dick Cheney, then-National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice, and Secretary of State Colin Powell as the administration began developing its response to the attack. The 9/11 Commission Report found that despite some early warning signs that al-Qaeda was planning a strike on US soil, few were able to predict the method of the attack.

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  • Woman, 40, Jailed For Having Sex With Boy, 12, Having His Child

    The mum-of-four was sentenced at the Victorian County Court (Picture: Google)An Australian woman has been jailed for six years for having sex with a 12-year-old boy and bearing his child.The 40-year-old Melbourne mother - who cannot be named - was sentenced

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  • Nolan Arenado on Tulo trade: 'I don't know any of these dudes we got'

    The tenor of the Colorado Rockies clubhouse was understandably foul after news spread that the team had dealt star shortstop Troy Tulowitzki to the Toronto Blue Jays. Yahoo Sports' Jeff Passan wrote a column looking behind-the-scenes at how Tulo and his teammates found out he'd be traded north of the border. It was clear nobody in a Rockies uniform was too happy.

    Big League Stew
  • Serial killer could be responsible for human remains found near Edmonton: RCMP

    Mounties in Alberta say the discovery of a woman's remains in the same area where three other women have been found could mean police are dealing with a serial killer. Stacey Talbot said Tuesday that the remains found in April on a rural property near Leduc, south of Edmonton, have been identified as those of Corrie Ottenbreit. Ottenbreit, an Edmonton prostitute, was last seen in the city in May 2004.

    The Canadian Press 30 mins ago
  • Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis Sue The Daily Mail

    Not for the first time, British tabloid newspaper The Daily Mail, and specifically its entertainment-based website MailOnline, is facing the ire of Hollywood. On Monday, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis issued proceedings in London’s High Court against the website’s publisher, Associated Newspapers, over two articles that appeared online involving their daughter Wyatt. "Ashton and Mila understandably value their private and family life, and in particular their personal time with their daughter," their lawyer Paul Tweed said in a statement.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • ‘French Kissing’ Creates Greater Risk of Head and Neck Cancer Than Smoking, Say Doctors

    Contracting Human papilloma virus (HPV) infections through kissing is now a larger risk than smoking for developing head or neck cancer. According to Australian head and neck surgeon, Dr Mahiban Thomas - Oral HPV makes head and neck cancer 250 times more likely with 70% of all US cases being caused by the virus. While HPV is normally linked with cervical cancer - it can infect both men and women.

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  • Skeleton With ‘Alien’ Skull Discovered In Russia

    UFO watchers are in a tizz over the discovery of an ancient skeleton with an elongated skull that resembles an ALIEN. The humanoid skeleton was unearthed from a site known as Russia’s Stonehenge and it is being heralded as proof that aliens visited Earth thousands of years ago. Researcher Maria Makurova told Russian news agency TASS: “We have found a well preserved skeleton.

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  • Tough times strike Saudi Arabia's millionaires

    Turmoil in the Middle East, an unimpressive international stock market debut and tumbling oil prices will hit the wealth of Saudi Arabia's richest in years to come, according to a new report from WealthInsight. Over the next five years, more Saudis will become U.S. dollar-millionaires, but the rate of increase will slow to 12.4 percent, less than half the steep 25 percent rate seen between 2010 and 2015, said the research firm. This means that by 2020, around 55,245 Saudis will be high-net-worth individuals, with over $1 million in net assets, excluding their primary residence.

    CNBC
  • Florida man banned from Starbucks for calling out illegal handicap parking

    Starbucks was serving something, but unfortunately it wasn’t justice. After asking people who were illegally parking in handicap-only spots to move to their vehicles, Rob Rowen was banned from a Starbucks in Tampa, Florida, reports WTSP.

    Daily Buzz
  • Barring a win, Tiger Woods in home stretch of season to forget

    Tiger Woods is still mired in the process of installing a baseline shift, trying to figure out spin rates and feels and traj. The problem for Woods is that he's seemingly running out of time in this 2014-15 PGA Tour season to make much more progress inside the ropes. Barring an unlikely win at this week's Quicken Loans National, Woods, who enters the week at No. 266 in the Official World Golf Ranking, will not qualify for next week's WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.

    Devil Ball Golf
  • U.S. lawmaker says Obama is about to reject Keystone XL pipeline project

    A U.S. lawmaker says he's hearing that President Barack Obama is about to reject the Keystone XL pipeline, after years of delay and debate. As a vocal supporter of the Canada-to-Texas project and a Republican critic of the president, Sen. John Hoeven would be an unlikely candidate to announce the long-awaited decision. Hoeven says he believes Obama will make the announcement during the August congressional break, in the hope of stifling criticism.

    The Canadian Press
  • Two new driving laws coming, one with $490 fine

    Mon, Jul 27: Two new little known driving laws will soon come into effect in Ontario. Cindy Pom received a visual demonstration from police.

    Global News
  • 'The Bachelorette' Couple's Plans

    "The Bachelorette's" latest season introduced Kaitlyn Bristowe to the man she is planning to marry. On Monday night, on "After the Final Rose," Kaitlyn and her new fiance, Shawn Booth, told Chris Harrison about their plans for the future.

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  • ZAGG® InvisibleShield for Phones & Tablets

    ZAGG® InvisibleShield is the #1 selling phone and tablet screen protector. Shatterproof and self-healing, see why we are the ultimate choice.

  • Calgary's first Keg Steakhouse, once 'the party' of Electric Avenue, is closing

    It appears there is some truth to the "Keg-lore" surrounding the restaurant's first Calgary location. As The Keg Steakhouse on 11th Avenue southwest gets ready to close its doors in August, the Calgary Eyeopener took a trip down memory lane with a former staff member. "Everybody was smashed all the time," said Lance Hurtubise, president and CEO of the Vintage Group, which owns several Calgary restaurants including Rush Ocean Prime and Red Water Rustic Grill.

    CBC
  • Three Ontario sisters say they were stopped by police for biking topless

    Three sisters in Ontario are demanding an apology from a police officer who they said stopped the women as they were riding their bicycles topless and told them to cover up. Alysha Brilla, a Juno-nominated musician and women's rights advocate, said the incident happened last Friday when she and her two sisters — Tameera and Nadia Mohamed — were biking late in the evening down a quiet street in Kitchener. A police officer driving by in an SUV saw the women, rolled down his window and told them they needed to put shirts on because it was the law, Brilla said.

    The Canadian Press 26 mins ago
  • Baby to inherit millions if proven progeny of murdered West Vancouver man

    A Chinese woman trying to prove her baby daughter has sole claim to the fortune of a murdered West Vancouver millionaire has won her bid for a paternity test. A new British Columbia law says the child stands to inherit everything if the results match. The B.C. Supreme Court has ordered DNA testing on the remains of Gang Yuan, whose body was found chopped into more than 100 pieces.

    The Canadian Press
  • Getting a Job at Google Ain’t Easy - Check Out These Interview Questions

    How do you answer these questions? (Picture: Rex)Job interviews are never easy at the best of times but it seems Google doesn’t just ask you the usual questions but really make you think out of the box.It seems that for a job at the all-knowing tech giant

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  • This Simple DIY Will Make Your Home Look More Elegant (6 photos)

    One especially easy and wallet-friendly custom upgrade is applied molding, sometimes called "picture boxing." This technique involves measuring and mounting molding directly to the walls, often in square or rectangular forms. Applied molding is a go-to trick for Scott McGillivray, host of Income Property on HGTV and real estate expert. "It's a perception of higher class," Scott says.

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  • Know Where Steven Seagal Is Hated Most? Take The Fark Weird News Quiz

    Action star Steven Seagal is banned from entering a certain country. If you know which one, take the Fark Weird News Quiz.

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  • Meet The Sleek New Plane Of The Future

    The Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands along with KLM has been looking into aircraft design as part of its AHEAD programme. As well as changing the design, AHEAD’s engineers have come up with a new type of jet engine.

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