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  • Bobby Brown Says Bobbi Kristina Is 'Awake'

    Could Bobbi Kristina Brown be on the road to recovery? Bobby Brown seemed to hint on Saturday that daughter Bobbi Kristina may be on the upswing after being found face down and unresponsive in a bathtub in January.

    Access Hollywood
  • Plane passengers trapped on tarmac for SIX HOURS with hardly any food and one dirty bathroom 'because airline wouldn't pay $73 fee to let them get off'

    Passengers hoping to make a short domestic flight Friday were trapped on the tarmac at an airport for six hours with only one bathroom between them. Men, women and children who boarded a United Express flight from Kansas City, Missouri, to Denver, Colorado, were instead diverted to Colorado Springs due to bad weather.

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  • Miley Cyrus Wears Pasties To Honor Joan Jett

    Oh, Miley – you do you, girl! Miley Cyrus was on hand to perform with/introduce Joan Jett at the icon's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Saturday, and the 22-year-old did her thing when it came to fashion. The two performed "Crimson and Clover" together, before Miley introduced the "Cherry Bomb" singer (and revealed she has a bit of a crush on the rock legend).

    Access Hollywood
  • Customer who spent 96 minutes and 3,800 words trying to cancel Sky TV

    Rachael: Hello, you're chatting with Rachael, a Sky expert, may I take you name please? You: Hi Rachael, I would like to give you 31 days notice to cancel my services please. Rachael: I am sorry to hear that, what has brought you to this decision today? Rachael: I am sorry you feel that you can get a better deal with another provider, have you discussed this with anyone at Sky to see if there is anything we can do to help?

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  • What Canada loses if Cirque du Soleil is sold (5 photos)

    Speculation is rampant that a deal is the works that will see Montreal's Cirque Du Soleil sold to New York-based TPG Capital, a private equity firm famed for pullng off mammoth deals. While many believe Cirque founder Guy Laliberte won't get the $2-billion he's rumoured to be seeking, the iconic circus empire will certainly crack the 10-figure mark. Created by two buskers in Montreal in 1984, Cirque Du Soleil has grown into being the world's biggest, and most celebrated circus company.

    Yahoo Finance Canada
  • Tiny chihuahua has a new best friend in 9st mastiff 120 times his size

    Diminutive Digby was abandoned on the street next to a set of bins. But after arriving at an RSPCA rescue centre in Southridge, Hertfordshire, he met a new best friend, Nero, 120 times his size.

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  • Nevada sex workers come out in favor of Clinton for 2016 president

    A group of Nevada sex workers, Hookers For Hillary, have come out in favor of the Democratic contender for president. They all work at Dennis Hof's Moonlite Bunny Ranch in Carson City.

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  • Bobby Flay Responds to Claims He Cheated on Wife Stephanie March: Details

    Chef Bobby Flay filed for divorce from his wife Stephanie March earlier this month, and now a new report claims that Flay, 50, had been cheating on the Law & Order: SVU actress, 40, with Elyse Tirrell.

    Us Weekly
  • Europe shocked as smuggler's boat sinks off Libya; survivor says hundreds were locked below

    A smuggler's boat crammed with hundreds of people overturned off Libya's coast as rescuers approached, causing what could be the Mediterranean's deadliest known migrant tragedy and intensifying pressure on the European Union Sunday to finally meet demands for decisive action. Survivor accounts of the number aboard varied, with the Italian Coast Guard saying that the capsized boat had a capacity for "hundreds" of people. Earlier, authorities said a survivor told them 700 migrants were on board.

    The Canadian Press
  • Sitting-rising test can determine longevity of life, says expert

    "Over the years scientists have discovered that some very simple actions are actually pretty decent indicators of whether a person is more or less likely to die within a given time frame," longevity columnist Sharon Basaraba told North by Northwest's Sheryl MacKay. "It's things like muscle strength, flexibility, and postural stability that these tests are measuring and all are related to longevity," Basaraba explains.

  • 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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  • More than 25 sailors airlifted from Royal Navy ships due to pregnancy

    More than 25 women have been airlifted from Royal Navy ships because of pregnancy. One ship - HMS Ocean – even had five pregnant sailors removed in emergency 'medevacs' during the last nine years, a Freedom of Information request revealed.

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  • Greece's Varoufakis warns of Grexit contagion

    Greece's Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis said in an interview broadcast on Sunday that if Greece were to leave the euro zone, there would be an inevitable contagion effect. "Anyone who toys with the idea of cutting off bits of the euro zone hoping the rest will survive is playing with fire," he told La Sexta, a Spanish TV channel, in an interview recorded 10 days ago. "Some claim that the rest of Europe has been ring-fenced from Greece and that the ECB has tools at its disposal to amputate Greece, if need be, cauterize the wound and allow the rest of euro zone to carry on." "I very much doubt that that is the case.

  • Woman in critical condition after northeast parking lot hit-and-run

    Around noon, a driver hit the woman, pinning her between his vehicle and another in the parking lot of the Dollar and Gift Bazaar on the 200 block of Saddletown Cir. Police say the woman, believed to be in her 30s, was trapped under the front right wheel of the vehicle. A witness says the woman was freed by bystanders who lifted the vehicle off of her. She was then rushed to Foothills Hospital. Sgt. Colin Foster, with the police service's collision reconstruction unit, said that based on the position of the vehicles, the incident may be the result of a parking altercation.

  • Jessica Biel Skips Film Premiere at Silas Theatre to Care For Baby Silas

    A valid excuse! Jessica Biel has only been a mom for a little more than a week and already she's putting her infant son first. According to Page Six, Justin Timberlake's wife, 33, skipped the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of her film Bleeding Heart to

    Us Weekly
  • Poland demands apology from U.S. over FBI head's Holocaust remarks

    US Ambassador Stephen Mull will 'receive a note of protest and a summons for an apology' over FBI director James Comey's comments, spokesman Marcin Wojciechowski said on Sunday.

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  • Asprin heart attack risk

    Sat, Apr 18 - Today's News Hour on Global BC Health Headlines brought to you by Pharmasave.

    Global News
  • Islanders pick Josh Ho-Sang gets yanked off ice by coach in OHL playoff loss (VIDEO)

    Everything Josh Ho-Sang does gets magnified due to his giftedness and the New York Islanders first-round pick's refreshing willingness to speak his mind about how hockey culture can be rigid about dealing in unique personalities. Which is to say, with players on a good 50 of the other 59 Canadian Hockey League teams, a coach could keep a player from going over the boards in the final seconds of the last game of the season and it might not escape notice from the commentators and not end up on YouTube. Regardless of that, during the Niagara IceDogs' season-ending loss to the Oshawa Generals in the Ontario Hockey League playoffs last Friday, Ho-Sang took a goaltender intererence penalty with 2:42 that led to Cole Cassels scoring the climax goal in a 4-2 Gens win.

    Buzzing The Net
  • California serial killer denied parole; man went on 9-day crime rampage, killing 4

    A convicted California serial killer who went on a nine-day rampage that claimed the lives of four people has been denied parole and cannot reapply for seven years. Brett Matthew Paul Thomas, now 56, and his friend, Mark Titch, were convicted in 1977 after committing the murders during robbery or burglary attempts in Orange County. Three days later, the two killed Ephraim Jacob Christian, 35, during a botched robbery at Rockview Dairy.

    The Canadian Press
  • Unseen pictures of Captain Scott's doomed expedition sell for £36,000 

    Haunting never-before-seen images showing Captain Scott's doomed expedition team setting off on their ill-fated trek to the South Pole have sold for a staggering £30,000. The archive of 52 celluloid negatives show the great British adventurer and his men heading off in the snow-covered wilderness during the ill-fated Terra Nova Expedition of 1912.

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