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  • Bruce Jenner: The Reactions

    Bruce Jenner confirmed that he is transitioning to a woman in a televised interview with Diane Sawyer on Friday night. While the two-hour interview special featured his four eldest children (Burt, Cassandra, Brandon and Brody), his youngest, Kendall and

    Access Hollywood
  • Couple's anger after lifetime of paying off their mortgage is wasted

    A couple who spent a lifetime paying off their mortgage have said it was a waste of time after a council scheme to sell neighbouring homes for just £1 has turned the street into a 'ghetto'. Linda and George Hunter, who raised their four children in their home in Garrick Street, Wavertree, Liverpool, became mortgage free around 15 years ago.

    Daily Mail q
  • Orioles considered boycotting game due to Rogers Centre turf issues

    Before the on field hostilities kicked in between the Baltimore Orioles and Toronto Blue Jays Tuesday night at Rogers Centre, it's reported the Orioles were already displeased by the ballpark's new artificial turf, which early in the season has played very soft and thick. In fact, according to Eduardo Encina of the Baltimore Sun, the Orioles may have been one step out the door, at one point even considering boycotting or flat out forfeiting Tuesday's game after infielder Jimmy Paredes was shaken up after taking a bad hop ground ball to the face. Paredes was fine, but there were concerns about another bad hop, or worse yet, the turf potentially giving way leading to a season-changing knee or ankle injury.

    Big League Stew
  • Volkswagen Chairman Piech resigns after failing to oust CEO

    Piech, the 78-year-old grandson of the inventor of the Volkswagen Beetle, had previously seen off other executives who crossed him, including his hand-picked successor as Volkswagen CEO, Bernd Pischetsrieder. "Against this background, Professor Doctor Ferdinand K. Piech resigned from his office as chairman as well as all his supervisory board mandates within the Volkswagen group with immediate effect." The leadership row burst into the open this month when the news weekly Der Spiegel quoted Piech, the patriarch of the family that owns 51 percent of voting rights in VW, as saying he had "distanced" himself from CEO Winterkorn.

    Reuters 40 mins ago
  • Over 1,000 die in powerful Nepal quake that rips cities, crumbles history and shakes Everest

    Tens of thousands of people prepared to spend the night in the open under a chilly and thundery sky after a powerful earthquake shook Nepal on Saturday, killing more than 1,180 people, collapsing modern houses and centuries-old temples, and triggering a landslide on the slopes of Mount Everest. The magnitude 7.8 earthquake, which originated outside the capital Kathmandu, was the worst tremor to hit the poor South Asian nation in over 80 years. The death toll in Nepal was 1,130, but it is almost certain to rise, said deputy Inspector General of Police Komal Singh Bam.

    The Canadian Press 37 mins ago
  • Australian surfer fights for life after being mauled by a shark 

    Onlookers have described the horrifying moment they saw a man identified as Chris Blowes being mauled by a 'monster' Great White shark on South Australia's west coast.

    Daily Mail q 53 mins ago
  • Actor Sawyer Sweeten of 'Everybody Loves Raymond' dies at 19

    Sawyer Sweeten, who played one of Ray Romano's twin sons in the CBS comedy "Everybody Loves Raymond," has died. The comedy tended to focus on the fractured family dynamics of the sportswriter character Romano played, his parents and brother.

    The Canadian Press
  • Alien hunter says he can see 'a bunker, people and missiles' on Mars

    From alien coffins to fossilised lizards, conspiracy theorists believe they have found all manner of strange items in Nasa's images of Mars. Now, one alien hunter claims to have spotted what he believes to be a bunker on the red planet, with armed people peering out of its windows. Andre Gignac says he made the 'stunning discovery' in a photograph released by Nasa and taken by the Mars rover Opportunity.

    Daily Mail q
  • Patrick Dempsey Talks Shocking Grey's Anatomy Exit: "I'm Still Processing It"

    McDreamy has left the building. Grey's Anatomy fans were left shocked and upset on Thursday, April 23, when it was revealed that Dr. Derek Shepherd would never return to Seattle Grace Mercy West Hospital. Patrick Dempsey opened up about the shocking twist (that car crash!) with Entertainment Weekly, in a story that leaked early to some subscribers.

    Us Weekly
  • Swedish cops hit headlines for breaking up fight in N.Y.

    Four vacationing Swedish police officers on their way to a Broadway show found themselves in the headlines and making hearts swoon. The four officers — Eric Jansberger, Erik Naslund, Samuel Kvarzell and Asberg — met with NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton, who praised their quick action. The aftermath of the incident was captured on video by New York resident Ray Casanova, who didn't realize at first that the men involved were police officers from Sweden.

    CBC
  • Las Vegas NHL franchise has its colors: black, gold and gray

    On Monday, ESPN.com's Scott Burnside reported that the Las Vegas ticket drive had surpassed the 11,000 sold mark, an impressive feat considering there's no guarantee that the NHL will be coming. If the league does put a team in Las Vegas, Burnside reports it’s not expected to happen until the 2017-18 season. There was one little nugget of news regarding the Las Vegas Whatevers during the meet and greet.

    Puck Daddy
  • Student has carried disabled friend to class every day for three years

    A high school student in China has spent three years literally shouldering the responsibility of ensuring that his physically disabled best friend gets to all his classes. 18-year-old Xie Xu met his 19-year-old classmate Zhang Chi when the pair began attending school together at Daxu High School in Xuzhou, a large city in the northern province of Jiangsu, in China. Zhang suffers from muscular dystrophy, a condition that weakens skeletal muscle which often makes it very difficult for those with the disease to walk or carry their own weight.

    Daily Mail q
  • Miss World Canada runner-up sues organizers

    Fri, Apr 24: A young woman who was first runner-up of the Miss World Canada competition is suing the organizers. Jennifer Palma reports.

    Global News
  • Mike Duffy's 'unsolicited contacts' drew Enbridge warning to PMO

    Suspended Senator Mike Duffy's diary may show conversations between him and officials at Enbridge, but any talks were unsolicited, the company says — to the point it notified the Prime Minister's Office of the discussions. Duffy's detailed diary, which was made public as evidence in his trial on 31 charges of fraud, breach of trust and bribery, features repeated references to conversations with Enbridge, which in 2010 launched the federal regulatory process to build the Northern Gateway pipeline from Alberta through British Columbia in a bid to ship oil to Asia from Canada. Duffy has pleaded not guilty to all charges and his lawyer is raising questions about whether rules existed to prevent the kind of spending for which Duffy has been charged.

    CBC
  • Man who TOOK the photo that sent the internet into a frenzy speaks out

    The father of the little girl who starred in a photograph that sent the internet into a frenzy because of a mystery pair of boots has 'no idea' what the object could be.

    Daily Mail q
  • Accused of Rape, a Student Sues Columbia Over Bias

    A Columbia University student who was accused of rape by a fellow student, who then targeted him in a very public campus action, filed a federal discrimination lawsuit on Thursday against the school; its president, Lee C. Bollinger; and one of its professors. The plaintiff, Paul Nungesser, who was cleared of responsibility in the rape claim by the university, alleges in the lawsuit that he had been the victim of a harassment campaign by the other student, Emma Sulkowicz.

    New York Times q
  • Glimpses: Aftermath of the 7.9 magnitude earthquake that rocked Nepal and India (26 photos)

    A massive earthquake measuring 7.9 magnitude struck 80 km (50 miles) east of Pokhara in Nepal on Saturday, causing some buildings in the capital Kathmandu to collapse, witnesses said. More than 758 people have been killed and hundreds others have been

    Yahoo Canada News
  • Hacker talks to 3-year-old boy over baby monitor, freaks everyone out

    “For months, my son was telling his family that the ‘telephone’ was telling him to stay in bed,” the mother wrote to KIRO 7. The terrified parents, who have asked to remain anonymous for fear that their privacy will be compromised even more, believe the device — which includes a camera, connects to the Internet and includes a smartphone app for remote checking-in — was hacked by a total stranger who figured out how to watch their son and spy on their family. Foscam, the company that sold the monitor to the family, admitted that it is possible for someone to remotely control the device, although it couldn’t track down who or from where.

    Daily Buzz
  • Details on Jarret Stoll drug case emerge in arrest report

    The arrest report of Jarret Stoll for suspicion of possession of cocaine and Ecstasy was released Monday. And according to details in a story from the Los Angeles Times, it does not sound good for the Kings forward and pending unrestricted free agent.

    Puck Daddy
  • ISIS killers hug men accused of being gay before stoning them death

    Depraved militants fighting for the Islamic State in Syria have brutally stoned two gay men to death only seconds after they were photographed embracing and 'forgiving' them. The shocking images were taken in ISIS-held territory in the province of Homs and show the two accused men being savagely executed by up to four jihadis.

    Daily Mail q