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  • Fed-Up Dad Takes Photos Of Blocked Driveway For TWO YEARS In Parking Battle

    Gary Setterfield says he has to put up with cars parked outside his house every day blocking him from pulling out of his own drive. The problems began in 2012 when the housing association built a series of awkwardly-arranged drives in an attempt to stop people parking wherever they wanted down the road in Withington, Manchester.

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  • Goat Born With A Human Face Sends Village Into Meltdown

    This goat born with the face of a human baby has provoked a bidding war as people desperately tried to buy it from the farmer it belonged to. Farmer Ibrahim Basir refused all cash offers after the goat was born on his property in Felda, Malaysia, instead choosing to hand it over to the Veterinary Services Department so it could be studied. Ibrahim told local media he was shocked when he found out that one of his goats had given birth to a kid that had the features of a human baby.

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  • 8 children, 2 tied up in backyard, rescued from Texas home

    A late-night phone call to police about a crying child led to the discovery of eight children unsupervised at a San Antonio home, including a 2-year-old boy chained in the backyard and a 3-year-old girl tied to a door with a dog leash, authorities said Friday. The mother of six children found inside, who returned after authorities arrived at the home, was charged with two felony counts. Prosecutors said officials were searching for the parents of the toddlers restrained outside, who authorities believe are siblings.

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  • Kim Jong-Un Has A 'Pleasure Squad' Of Teenage Girls Who Follow Him Around The World

    Kim Jong-un has reportedly ordered a new ‘pleasure squad’ of teenage girls to serve his every whim. The North Korean leader originally stopped the practice – which has been employed in the country for decades – following the death of his father and predecessor, Kim Jong-il, in 2011. Toshimitsu Shigemura, a professor at Tokyo’s Waseda University and an authority on North Korean affairs, told The Telegraph, that at first Kim Jong-un stopped the practice because he didn’t trust the girls.

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  • 18 Slang Words That Will Make You Sound Like an Old Fart

    As a Millennial in my 20s, it's hard to believe that my generation is slowly becoming dated, especially when it comes to our slang. Everything we used to think was supercool, like playing Oregon Trail, is now seen as archaic and lame by the generation after us. Since we're not entirely sure if we'll ever get a handle on using the cool new terms like "sus" and "stan," we're going to take a trip down slang memory lane and revisit our favorites. Do you still say any of the words on this list? If so, it might make you sound old, but hopefully it stokes you up and makes you raise the roof with your homies.

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  • Mitch Marner's torrid playoff scoring pace on par with Connor McDavid's output last season, not far off all-time junior records

    The London Knights' Mitch Marner, a prized prospect of the NHL's Toronto Maple Leafs, is in exclusive company with 37 points through 14 OHL playoff games.

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  • Judge confirms that Prince had no will

    The Trust is also charged with locating his heirs. Prince was twice divorced and had no surviving children or parents. Sources close to the family had already told TMZ that Prince had no will, which was in line with that many of his friends had said – that he simply had not wanted to make one.

  • Colorado woman gets 100 years for cutting baby from womb

    Judge Maria Berkenkotter said the harshest sentences for the most serious charges were justified by the brutality of the 2015 attack, which she described as performing a cesarean with a kitchen knife. Berkenkotter also said the victim, Michelle Wilkins, as well as her family and the community needed Dynel Lane, 36, to express remorse. Lane also did not speak in her defence during her trial, which ended in February when jurors found her guilty of attempting to kill Wilkins after luring her victim to her home with an ad for maternity clothes.

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  • Woman Sues Dead Husband For £5m Over Car Crash That Killed Him And Injured Her

    A mum-of-two is suing her dead husband for millions of pounds over the car crash that killed him and left her fighting for her life. Christina Vibert claims that the crash has left her unable to look after her children properly and is seeking compensation from husband Ross Graham - despite him being killed in the accident. Christina was in a coma for two months after the crash and can only now manage to walk short distances with a walking stick.

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  • How players can test positive for PEDs after having sex

    This won't excuse Dee Gordon and his 80-game suspension, but hey, it's quite an exhilarating defense.

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  • Air Canada says parents must pay to guarantee 2-year-old can sit with them on flight

    Confused at what the online ticketing system appeared to be telling her, Caley Hartney called Air Canada customer service, where the agent confirmed the required fee and referred her to the company’s conditions of service on their website. The agent said that according to Air Canada rules, it is only required that a parent of a child aged two to eight is seated in the same cabin as their child. When she asked to speak to someone else, the agent said the only other route to protest the fee was to write to Air Canada’s president (which they have done).

  • Brian Burke bashes NHL Draft Lottery system, wants new rules

    “This is saying, okay, if 30 reasonable people got into a room and said, ‘how do we best award amateur talent in the draft without having abuses,’ I’m not sure this is the system we’d come up with. That’s all I’m saying.”

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  • Father charged with murder in death of five-year-old girl found in burned home

    At 1:01 a.m. local time Sunday, just hours before flames were reported coming from Trent Spencer Butt's home in Carbonear, N.L., his profile picture was changed. "As a parent, it's a terrible...," he began to say, his voice trailing off.

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  • Mushroom farms fined for mess in Abbotsford creeks

    The owner of a pair of mushroom farms in Abbotsford has been fined $1,500 after a smelly, mucky mess was discovered in a local stream. Mike Innis wondered what was causing a foul odour near his home, so he followed his nose along a tributary that runs into Bradner Creek near 58 Avenue and Harris Road. Innis and several of his neighbours complained, prompting a city bylaw officer to visit Delfresh Mushroom Farms on April 5th.

  • Princess Alexandra of Hanover's transformation from cheeky child to belle of the ball

    Pretty, talented and sweet 16, Princess Alexandra boasts an impressive lineage that entwines the glamour of the Grimaldis with the august House of Hanover - and the young royal is making her own mark, too. Monaco's Rose Ball in March was her splashy debut, where the latest royal star arrived on the scene alongside her famously stylish mother Princess Caroline and big sister Charlotte Casiraghi. Caroline's youngest, and the only child from her marriage to Prince Ernst of Hanover, Alexandra caused flashbulbs to pop when she arrived at one of the principality's most glittering events dressed in a baby pink organza dress and matching lightweight coat by Chanel.

  • 4 Easy Diet Rules Carrie Underwood Swears By (4 photos)

    The country star's trainer, Erin Oprea, shares her tips to help you lose weight while still enjoying what you eat. From Dr. Oz The Good Life

  • Kelly Ripa and How the Media Has Reacted

    Kelly Ripa made a brilliant return to television, capping a week-long hiatus after her bosses failed to let her know that her co-host, Michael Strahan, was leaving for GMA.

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  • Former Browns QB Johnny Manziel sends out a defiant message

    In a way, Johnny Manziel's tweet on Friday night, just before the second round of the NFL draft, rang true.

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  • Donald Trump

    The World Bank has an interesting new report out suggesting that India and other south Asian countries (Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and so on) should be welcoming the textiles industry with open arms. Yes, this does mean the creation of sweatshops where women labour for small sums of money. But that’s better than not having a job which doesn’t pay read »

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  • Do not ‘Snap’ and drive: Accident leaves bystander with permanent brain injury

    A teenage woman in Georgia allegedly caused a traffic accident that left another driver with permanent brain damage after she felt compelled to ‘capture a snap’ of herself while traveling at nearly 180 kilometers an hour. The young woman, Christal McGee, 18, was using the application’s ‘speed’ filter when the accident occurred. According to court documents, at around 11:15 p.m., McGee’s Mercedes slammed into the Mitsubishi of Wentworth Maynard, who was traveling with his wife.

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