VIDEO: Woman kills suspected serial killer

A police officer says he thinks a West Virginia woman 'saved lives' by shooting a man who attacked her in her home.

  • Baby’s first words shock his parents

    A child’s first words are always a heart-warming moment for any parent. And thankfully, the camera was rolling to capture this baby’s adorable first complete sentence and his dad’s shocked reaction. YouTube user Ted Moskalenko from Cherry Hill, New Jersey

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  • Kitchener women say they were stopped by police for cycling topless

    Three Kitchener, Ont., sisters are planning to file a formal complaint after they say they were stopped by a police officer for cycling topless. Tameera, Nadia and Alysha Mohamed took off their shirts while riding their bikes in downtown Kitchener on Friday evening because of the heat.

  • Doctors Found 20 Lice in Woman’s Eye - Simply Unpleasant

    Now these are just lice in the eyelids, nada (Picture: Wikipedia/ KostaMumcuoglu)We all had lice as kids - it was itchy and entails using horrible smelling shampoos and the dredded lice comb.What this poor Chinese woman suffered from was a whole different

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  • Taxpayers not footing the bill for Kanye West's Pan Am performance: organizers

    Taxpayers aren't footing the bill for Kanye West's headlining performance at the Pan Am Games closing ceremony, organizers said Monday. Pan Am Games CEO Saad Rafi said performance fees for West and the two other artists — Canadian howler Serena Ryder and Miami pop-rapper Pitbull — were covered by the concert promotion company Live Nation, which sponsored the Games. "That was part of the relationship with Live Nation, that we weren't paying performance fees to artists that they would secure," he told The Canadian Press.

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  • 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.

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  • Samsung's Big Plan To Dominate The iPhone 7

    The only other indication that Samsung might be working on something remotely foldable comes from a single-line quote from an unnamed Samsung official, reported by Business Korea. Not only is the source unnamed, but also they talk about “the industry”, rather than Samsung. Samsung is actively working on a foldable and rollable display. Usually when a company is developing new innovative tech, it will direct inquiring journalists to its research in the field or previous announcements (Samsung proudly announced its work on emded package-on-package memory before it’s rumoured inclusion in the next Galaxy Note).

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  • Troy Tulowitzki sent to Blue Jays in shocking trade

    Troy Tulowitzki is getting his wish. Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal was first to report the deal. Based on what's been reported thus far, the return for the Rockies is veteran shortstop Jose Reyes, young fireballer Miguel Castro, top pitching prospect Jeff Hoffman and one more unnamed prospects.

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  • London couple the latest targets of online ridicule and shaming

    Kyle O’Neill, 26, and Gabrielle Penney, 20, of London pleaded guilty last week to four counts of animal cruelty after they locked their Chihuahua mix puppy in a bathroom and took off on a two-week holiday at the beginning of January. The dog was discovered after their landlord received noise complaints and called the London Humane Society. After acquiring a search warrant, workers from the humane society were able to access the apartment on Jan. 6 and rescue the puppy.

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  • 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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  • Human Traffickers Stuff Newborn Baby In Suitcase To Smuggle It Into Hotel

    A shocking case of human trafficking has occurred in China, where a couple have been caught trying to smuggle a newborn baby into a hotel by stuffing it in a suitcase. The couple wouldn’t allow their luggage to be carried by hotel staff, who then heard noises coming from the case. “Hotel staff were suspicious because the couple appeared nervous for no particular reason when giving their details to register for a room,” said police spokesman Li Chuang.

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  • Jason Nguyen, 15, ID'ed as victim in Vancouver homicide investigation

    Vancouver police have identified 15-year-old Jason Nguyen as the city's latest homicide victim.  He was killed in East Vancouver on Sunday. Investigators initially treated his death as suspicious, but said they're treating it as a homicide on Monday

  • You Don’t Look Like You Think You Do, Says Science

    According to new research from scientists at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Australia, people are so bad at picking a good likeness of their own face, strangers actually make more accurate selections. While a person looking ‘unrealistic’ in their Facebook profile picture may not present much of a problem, this could be a major issue when choosing a photo for official documents such as a passport. Photo ID is the main method of identification in many situations, most notably at border control, so choosing a photo with a poor likeness is not a good move.

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  • Antonio Brown arrives at camp in Steelers-themed Rolls-Royce (10 photos)

    LATROBE, Pa. (AP) — Antonio Brown couldn't say no. How often does Rolls-Royce ask if you would like to ride to work in a $500,000 car? So the All-Pro receiver for the Pittsburgh Steelers relaxed in the back seat on Saturday while his brother Desmond carefully

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  • '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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  • Initial autopsy finds no clear cause of Brown's death; experts say time is an enemy in case

    Medical examiners performing an autopsy on Bobbi Kristina Brown said Monday their initial findings turned up no obvious cause of death, while experts said the months that have passed since Brown was found face-down in a bathtub are working against authorities now tasked with solving how she died. The Fulton County Medical Examiner's Office said in a statement Monday afternoon that it will likely be several weeks before it can rule on a manner and cause of death for the 22-year-old daughter of Whitney Houston. The agency said its initial autopsy turned up "no significant injuries" or "previously unknown medical conditions." It said the next step is ordering lab tests and issuing subpoenas for documents — most likely Brown's hospital records.

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  • First Nations woman exposes Tinder racism on Twitter

    A Mohawk woman started a Twitter hashtag, #S**tWhiteGuysTellMe, to expose the racist comments she was receiving on the dating app Tinder. Jessica Deer, 25, is from the small community of Kahnawake, just outside of Montreal, and describes herself as blonde, blue-eyed, and pale skinned.

  • Makeup-Masterful Hijabis Who Prove Modesty Is Anything but Boring

    As much as we love braids, ponytails, and updos, sometimes we just really want to focus on the makeup. What better way to spotlight cosmetics than rounding up photos of gorgeous hijab-wearing women? If you're unfamiliar with the hijab, you should know

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  • The reign of the terror birds

    Meet the scariest birds you can imagine, scaled up to nightmarish proportions

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  • I am Canadian – but now not as much as I used to be

    More than a few names on Canada’s Walk of Fame were just deprived of part of their Canadian-ness because they followed their careers across a border. Section Three of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms reads: “Every citizen of Canada has the right to vote in an election of members of the House of Commons.” It follows that those of us without a right to vote feel a little less like citizens now. It’s hard to understand why the government and now the Ontario Court of Appeal felt it necessary to again disenfranchise those Canadians who happen to live beyond the country’s borders. Is Wayne Gretzky, a primary resident of Southern California, still allowed to vote in Canada?

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  • Son Killed Elderly Dad By Lying On His Head ‘To Prove A Point’

    Kyle Webb, 44, allegedly told police that he had killed his 74-year-old dad, Franklin Webb, after the pair argued over a leaky pipe. Franklin Webb’s attempted punch saw him fall backwards and hit a kitchen chair before falling to the floor. Kyle Webb then sat there for 12 minutes to “prove a point” about his ability to control his dad.

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