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  • Erin Andrews' NHL Boyfriend Jarret Stoll Arrested for Cocaine, Ecstasy Possession: Report

    Can't dance around this. Jarret Stoll was arrested on suspicion of cocaine and ecstasy possession in Las Vegas on Friday, April 18, CBS' KLAS-TV reports. PHOTOS: Celebrity drug confessions The NHL player, 32, was arrested at the MGM Wet Republic pool

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  • E. Molinari disqualified after caddie hitches cart ride on Euro Tour

    Edoardo Molinari got disqualified from the European Tour's Shenzhen International in China on Friday. But it wasn't really his fault. Molinari's caddie apparently hitched a ride between the ninth and 10th holes, which is a penalty for the player. (You

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  • Canadian actor Jonathan Crombie dies of brain hemorrhage at age 48

    Canadian actor Jonathan Crombie, best known for his role on the Anne of Green Gables movies, has died at the age of 48. Anne of Green Gables producer Kevin Sullivan says Crombie died from complications from a brain hemorrhage in New York City on April 15. Crombie became famous for portraying the character of Gilbert Blythe in the 1985 Anne Of Green Gables television movie that aired on the CBC and spawned two sequels in 1987 and 2000.

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  • Did Mindy Kaling Just Find the Most Flattering Swimsuit Ever?

    First we read Mindy Kaling's hilarious caption, as one does: "#nofilter needed for my new @marahoffman one piece which literally looks good on EVERYONE." Then we took in the swimsuit. "Wait a second," we thought to ourselves.

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  • Couple bought Beanie Baby for £10 at car boot sale - without realising it was the rarest in the world worth £62,500

    Leah Rogers and Ryan Flanaghan were selling a range of toys at the boot sale in Bude, Cornwall, when they spotted the purple teddy from the Princess Diana limited edition collection.

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  • Musical chairs: Who would Blake Shelton want in his seat on NBC's 'The Voice'?

    Musical chairs is a common game on "The Voice." Pharrell is sitting in a seat originally owned by CeeLo Green and once occupied by Usher, while Shakira and Gwen Stefani have filled in when Christina Aguilera took a hiatus from the show. Blake Shelton said he has an idea who he would like to fill in his seat — if he ever took a break from the show, currently in its eighth season. "I think Luke (Bryan) would be good — I do," Shelton said of his fellow country music star in an interview Friday.

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  • Incredible crab migration caught on video by underwater divers

    The incredible pre-migration of a colony of over 1000 spider crabs has been caught on camera by an underwater photographer in South Victoria.

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  • Family of Hitler's propaganda chief Joseph Goebbels sue publisher

    Cordula Schacht - whose father Hjalmar Schacht was Hitler's economist - is representing Joseph Goebbels' (pictured) estate in the case against Random House Germany and Sidler.

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  • Driver who hit toddler in US street starts chain of events that leaves 4 people dead

    Ricky Chiles killed himself four days after the initial shooting as police and federal marshals closed in on him at a motel, where he was staying with his girlfriend. Chiles was wanted by police after he opened fire on driver Archie Brown Jr. who had accidently ran over 2-year-old Damani Terry when he stepped out into the path of the oncoming van. When the driver stopped to check on the injured toddler, police said, Chiles took the law into his own hands, emerging with a gun.

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  • Farmer must tear down mock-Tudor castle he hid using hay bales

    A farmer has lost a nine-year legal battle to save the dream home he built without planning permission and hid behind hay bales for four years. Robert Fidler, 66, secretly constructed the mock-Tudor castle complete with battlements and cannons and lived there with his family from 2002.

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  • 9 Things You Didn't Know Coca-Cola Could Do (10 photos)

    Sugary drinks aren't allowed in all households these days, but even the most health-conscious of folks can find a few reasons to keep a can of Coke around the house. Did you know Coke could help you do the dishes? How about cleaning your laundry with

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  • We Tried Going Vegan Just Like Beyonce: Here's What Happened

    "If a Houston-born foodie like me can do it, you can too." That's what Beyoncé says about 22 Days Nutrition, the vegan meal delivery plan she launched with longtime trainer Marco Borges. Dietitian Rachel Berman, Director of Health Content at About.com, told Us about other benefits. "A well-balanced, nutrient-dense vegan diet can help you feel energized," says the pro, "and research shows it may even help improve your mood." The key, she says, is not simply to cut out meat and dairy, but to replace them with smart, nutrient-dense foods.

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  • Watch elderly couple catch brazen pickpockets red-handed in Benidorm

    An elderly British couple who fell victim to pickpockets as they returned to their hotel in Benidorm incredibly got their belongings back after confronting the duo - and it was all caught on camera. CCTV footage from the hotel shows the thief in a purple top reaching into the pocket of Mr Ogden, 80, while her accomplice attempts to block the view of Mrs Ogden, 78.

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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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  • Calgary Zoo gorilla wraps itself in Canucks jersey

    The Calgary Zoo had some fun with the the rivalry between the Calgary Flames and Vancouver Canucks. On Friday it placed a straw-filled Canucks jersey inside its gorilla habitat. Several gorillas then approach the jersey.

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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.”

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  • SUNshineGirl | Toronto Sun

    SUNshine Girl Cassandra is a big hockey fan and is thrilled the playoffs are finally under way. The 5-foot-7, blue-eyed Taurus’ love of hockey is surpassed only by her love of all things ‘country’ — especially country music, pickup trucks

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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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  • 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.

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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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