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  • Kris Humphries: 'Glad I Got Out'

    Many celebrities took to social media to cheer Bruce Jenner on following his transgender revelation, but Kris Humphries' reaction seemed less than supportive. The athlete – who was married to Bruce's stepdaughter, Kim Kardashian, for 72 days back in 2011

    Access Hollywood
  • Couple's anger after lifetime of paying off their mortgage is wasted

    A couple who spent a lifetime paying off their mortgage have said it was a waste of time after a council scheme to sell neighbouring homes for just £1 has turned the street into a 'ghetto'. Linda and George Hunter, who raised their four children in their home in Garrick Street, Wavertree, Liverpool, became mortgage free around 15 years ago.

    Daily Mail q
  • A winning streak grows, and so does the hair: Brett Gardner gets Yankees to sprout moustaches

    Moustaches in various stages of growth have been sprouting on the upper lips of an increasing number of players during the team's recent run of wins in seven of eight games. Brett Gardner had the idea in Tampa while New York was sweeping the Rays to help turn around a 3-6 start, and he's been recruiting participants along the way. As New York took its road trip to Detroit, the roster of players with burgeoning "push brooms" — as "The Simpsons" character Ned Flanders calls his bushy 'stache — has grown to include Jacoby Ellsbury, Mark Teixeira, Dellin Betances, Brian McCann and Esmil Rogers among others.

    The Canadian Press
  • Up to 150,000 Bangladesh workers lost jobs after Rana Plaza safety overhaul

    By Serajul Quadir DHAKA (Reuters) - Some 220 garment factories have shut down in Bangladesh with the loss of up to 150,000 jobs after the collapse of Rana Plaza shone a light on unsafe working conditions in the ready-to-wear industry, triggering a wave of inspections, according to a report on Saturday. More than 1,100 workers were killed when the building collapsed in 2013, creating urgent demands for global retailers to do more to ensure the safety of their workers in Bangladesh, the world's second biggest garment exporter after China. German-based NGO Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB)said many factories had closed down because they failed to meet the stricter safety measures and better terms for their workers, or due to a fall in orders.

    Reuters
  • Swedish cops hit headlines for breaking up fight in N.Y.

    Four vacationing Swedish police officers on their way to a Broadway show found themselves in the headlines and making hearts swoon. The four officers — Eric Jansberger, Erik Naslund, Samuel Kvarzell and Asberg — met with NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton, who praised their quick action. The aftermath of the incident was captured on video by New York resident Ray Casanova, who didn't realize at first that the men involved were police officers from Sweden.

    CBC
  • Chilling video of mystery creature chewing itself out of a steel cage

    The disturbing video, which apparently comes from Shenzhen Reservoir in China, has been the subject of heated online debates over the species of the mysterious creature.

    Daily Mail q
  • Dempsey Thanks 'Grey's' Fans

    Patrick Dempsey took to Twitter on Friday to share a few words with fans following his exit from "Grey's Anatomy." I want to thank all the fans, what an incredible 11 yrs, I love you all — Patrick Dempsey (@PatrickDempsey) April 24, 2015 On Thursday

    Access Hollywood
  • Orioles considered boycotting game due to Rogers Centre turf issues

    Before the on field hostilities kicked in between the Baltimore Orioles and Toronto Blue Jays Tuesday night at Rogers Centre, it's reported the Orioles were already displeased by the ballpark's new artificial turf, which early in the season has played very soft and thick. In fact, according to Eduardo Encina of the Baltimore Sun, the Orioles may have been one step out the door, at one point even considering boycotting or flat out forfeiting Tuesday's game after infielder Jimmy Paredes was shaken up after taking a bad hop ground ball to the face. Paredes was fine, but there were concerns about another bad hop, or worse yet, the turf potentially giving way leading to a season-changing knee or ankle injury.

    Big League Stew
  • Alien hunter says he can see 'a bunker, people and missiles' on Mars

    From alien coffins to fossilised lizards, conspiracy theorists believe they have found all manner of strange items in Nasa's images of Mars. Now, one alien hunter claims to have spotted what he believes to be a bunker on the red planet, with armed people peering out of its windows. Andre Gignac says he made the 'stunning discovery' in a photograph released by Nasa and taken by the Mars rover Opportunity.

    Daily Mail q
  • A killer's mother knows the pain facing Steven O'Shaughnessy's family

    Shirley Wourms knows the torment and pain of grieving for a son who killed his family and himself. Every time she hears about a murder-suicide on the news, Wourms has a physical and emotional reaction. This week, the quadruple homicide of Latasha Gosling and her three children in Tisdale, Sask., and the apparent suicide of the man responsible, Steven O'Shaughnessy, had the same effect.

    CBC
  • Student has carried disabled friend to class every day for three years

    A high school student in China has spent three years literally shouldering the responsibility of ensuring that his physically disabled best friend gets to all his classes. 18-year-old Xie Xu met his 19-year-old classmate Zhang Chi when the pair began attending school together at Daxu High School in Xuzhou, a large city in the northern province of Jiangsu, in China. Zhang suffers from muscular dystrophy, a condition that weakens skeletal muscle which often makes it very difficult for those with the disease to walk or carry their own weight.

    Daily Mail q
  • 9 Insanely Easy 1-Hour Backyard Projects (10 photos)

    Taking time to work on creative projects can be a challenge, especially if you have other obligations. But each one of these simple outdoor DIYs takes only 60 minutes—and gives (at least) a full season of enjoyment! | By BobVila.com, BobVila.com

    Bob Vila
  • The best cuts of beef to buy for roasting, grilling and stewing

    The infographic also shows that rump, fillet and T-Bone are the most popular cuts of meat we order when eating out but when it comes to cooking at home it's mince or burgers we buy.

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  • Miss World Canada runner-up sues organizers

    Fri, Apr 24: A young woman who was first runner-up of the Miss World Canada competition is suing the organizers. Jennifer Palma reports.

    Global News
  • Top Gear number plate WAS direct reference to Falklands, says judge

    While the BBC claimed the plate - H982 FKL - was an 'unhappy coincidence', Maria Cristina Barrionuevo said they were deliberately 'provoking people' when they drove it through the country last year.

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  • Couple spend eight years transforming crumbling fortress into home 

    A couple have transformed a 600-year-old castle they bought for £65,000 into a luxurious home worth £700,000. Janet and John Brennan have spent eight years and hundreds of thousands of pounds turning Barholm Castle, in Dumfries and Galloway, from a ruin into a stylish castle home.

    Daily Mail q
  • ISIS killers hug men accused of being gay before stoning them death

    Depraved militants fighting for the Islamic State in Syria have brutally stoned two gay men to death only seconds after they were photographed embracing and 'forgiving' them. The shocking images were taken in ISIS-held territory in the province of Homs and show the two accused men being savagely executed by up to four jihadis.

    Daily Mail q
  • Plane on fire makes emergency landing in Turkey    

    A Turkish Airlines flight from Milan to Istanbul made an emergency landing at Ataturk Airport today after its engine caught fire. It's the latest in a series of such incidents that have forced the carrier to divert or recall flights.

    Daily Mail q
  • Russian oilpatch ignores rights, environment: aboriginal leader

    When you live in the middle of the Russian oilpatch, even the fish smell, says an aboriginal leader from that country. "The fish are smelling like oil and the water in the rivers, it's undrinkable," said Nikolay Rochev, the head of Izvatas, a group that represents the Izhma Komi people who herd reindeer in the forests, wetlands and tundra of a France-sized area in central Russia. Rochev was in Canada for a meeting of the Arctic Council, the group of eight nations that ring the North Pole that offers the main international forum for regional cooperation.

    The Canadian Press
  • Women held captive for decade in Cleveland house recount chains, manipulation in new memoir

    When Amanda Berry's toddler daughter had night terrors and started screaming and running around the room, Berry couldn't always get to her — because she was chained and couldn't move that far. Big, heavy chains were a regular part of Berry's life for years as she, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight were held captive in a Cleveland home by Ariel Castro before finally escaping in 2013. "We are free, we love life," the women said in the note to readers at the beginning of "Hope: A Memoir of Survival in Cleveland," which they wrote with journalists Mary Jordan and Kevin Sullivan.

    The Canadian Press