• Miley Makes Kimmel Blush

    Let's go ahead and just throw the idea of "leaving something to the imagination" out the window when talking about Miley Cyrus. Just ask Jimmy Kimmel. OK, well at least the "MTV Video Music Awards" host was gracious enough to accessorize with a pair of heart-shaped pasties.

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  • Oil prices fall on profit-taking, rate hike uncertainty

    By Keith Wallis SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices fell in Asia on Monday as traders took profits, snapping gains last week that saw the biggest two-day rally in six years. Brent crude futures for October delivery slipped more than $1, or 2 percent, before recovering although that still put the benchmark on track for its fourth straight monthly decline, having risen in only two of the past 14 months. "There is definitely a lot of profit-taking going on," said Daniel Ang, an analyst at Singapore's Phillip Futures.

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  • Australian bar slammed for using naked women as fruit platters

    A Sydney bar, which thought it would be a good idea to use naked women as “living fruit platters,” quickly drew the ire of social media users when they published photos of the watering hole’s tropical-themed opening party on Facebook. The Cruise Bar’s page was quickly inundated with angry comments from the public. Jane Oakley unloaded, writing, “Thanks Cruise Bar for so openly showing your contempt for women and contributing to the disgusting view that women’s bodies are just a utensil.

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  • Ashley Madison's members by the numbers

    Now that data analysts and number-crunchers have had about 10 days to pore over hacked data from infidelity website Ashley Madison, fascinating but somewhat suspect findings are coming out. Data analyst Jishai Evers, the CEO of the data-driven journalism website Dadaviz, says it's not only that "users are lying" but also that "Ashley Madison created fake accounts or didn't do much to stop others creating fake accounts" that makes the data problematic. Ashley Madison did not verify email addresses.

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  • 4 Stylishly Sneaky Ways to Add Privacy to Your Yard (4 photos)

    If you can't count on towering trees, tall fences, or hedges to shield you from neighboring windows - or just neighbors - when you're enjoying your yard, there's still hope! Hometalk rounded up eight clever DIY projects that can add the privacy you crave. Check out four of our favorite solutions.

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  • Why Dollarama can sell off-brand versions of name-brand chocolate bars

    Ever notice how some of the off-brand chocolate bars at Dollarama look strangely familiar?

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  • Pictured: Granny Ripper Tamara Samsonova Carrying ‘Severed Head Of Victim In Cooking Pot’

    These are the shocking images that apparently show serial killer granny Tamara Samsonova carrying the severed head of one of her victims in a stainless steel cooking pot.

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  • Taylor & Avril Sing 'Complicated'

    Taylor Swift's ever-growing squad just got "Complicated."

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  • 5th Grader’s Spelling Error Costs Man $150,000 on ‘This Week in Game Shows’

    5th Grader’s Spelling Error Costs Man $150,000 on ‘This Week in Game Shows’

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  • Doomsday Mongers Say The World Will End Next Month, But NASA Isn’t Too Convinced

    The end is nigh, and six asteroids will hit the earth on September 28 – heralding the end of modern civilization.  That’s the sensational claim being made by doomsday conspiracists, who claim that a space rock up to 2.5 miles wide will strike Puerto Rico. It’s all part of the Blood Moon prophecy, which claims that the world will be destroyed when the last of four ‘blood moons’ over the last 18 months become visible.

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  • Edmonton murder victim was supposed to visit parents hours before she was killed

    "But she had come back with a cold," her mother Helen Skow said. Harvey and Helen kept calling Nadine all day Monday but the phone kept going to voicemail. Harvey Skow phoned Nadine's co-workers at work and asked them to check on her.

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  • Ben Johnson sex assault verdict expected in October

    A former member of the Windsor Spitfires will learn this fall if he will be convicted of sexual assault. Ben Johnson has been on trial for the alleged sexual assault of a woman in the washroom of a Windsor bar more than two years ago.

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  • Bryce Casavant, who refused to kill bear cubs, removed from Conservation Service

    Bryce Casavant, the B.C. conservation officer who was suspended after he refused to kill two black bear cubs near Port Hardy in July, is being transferred out of the Conservation Officer Service. The B.C. Government and Service Employees' Union (BCGEU) is filing a grievance over the transfer. "Bryce Casavant was following clear procedures when he decided to save these young bears," said BCGEU president Stephanie Smith.

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  • What it costs to build Samsung's latest phone

    The Galaxy Note 5 costs about $700 in stores. But how much does it actually cost Samsung to make?

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  • Obama moves to change name of North America's tallest mountain; Mount McKinley, to Denali

    President Barack Obama will change the name of North America's tallest mountain peak from Mount McKinley to Denali, the White House said Sunday, bestowing the traditional Alaska Native name on the eve of a historic presidential visit to Alaska. By renaming the peak Denali, an Athabascan word meaning "the high one," Obama is wading into a sensitive and decades-old conflict between residents of Alaska and Ohio. Alaskans have informally called the 20,320-foot (6,194-meter) mountain Denali for years, but the federal government recognizes its name evoking the 25th president, William McKinley, who was born in Ohio and assassinated early in his second term.

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  • Alberta company bottling air from Canadian Rockies and selling it worldwide

    An Alberta startup is taking advantage of one of the province's most prized natural resources — and it's not oil.

    CBC
  • Chinese ‘Unicorn Woman’ Grows Gigantic Horn In Middle Of Her Head

    Liang Xiuzhen started growing something that resembled a “black mole” on her head around eight years ago, according to her son Wang Chaojun. The 87-year-old, from Guiyan village in Ziyang City, Sichuan Province, was left stunned when two years ago it gave way to a finger-sized horn-like mass. Doctors diagnosed the so-called unicorn horn as “cornu cutaneum” (cutaneous horn), a keratinous skin tumour that has the appearance of a horn.

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  • What This Couple Found In A Hidden Safe Is The Stuff Of Dreams

    An amazed couple were thrilled to find hidden treasure when they opened a 50-year-old safe.

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  • What killed the cute Knut? Scientists solve riddle 4 years after polar bear died at Berlin Zoo

    The sudden death four years ago of Knut, the celebrity Berlin Zoo polar bear who ended up on the cover of Vanity Fair, shocked his fans around the world and posed a riddle for veterinarians anxious to keep other animals from suffering the same fate. What killed Knut? Researchers in Germany said Thursday they have found the cause of Knut's untimely demise — and the discovery may help raise awareness of a condition that affects humans, possibly saving lives.

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  • Bieber Kisses Britney (Sort Of)

    It looks like we're not the only ones who've got a crush on Britney Spears!

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