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VIDEO: This is the most excited 'Price is Right' contestant

When Chase was told to 'Come on Down', his enthusiasm was hard to miss -- but when he went on a winning spree, it hit a whole different level.

  • ISIS burn woman alive for refusing 'extreme sex act', reveals UN

    Zainab Bangura discovered the gruesome extent of crimes against women – particularly from Iraq's Yazidi community (pictured) – after collecting information from Syria, Iraq and Jordan.

    Daily Mail q
  • Jennifer Lopez Gets a Major Haircut

    On red carpet after red carpet, Jennifer Lopez stuns in a barely-there gown that shows off her impeccable bod, flowing blonde waves and flawless makeup. Well, she’s said goodbye to one of those things — and it’s not her famous curves. The singer and American

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • The wealth manager who had an affair with a client and could cost Morgan Stanley $400 million has vanished from their website

     "Ami has been in the industry since 1994 and joined Morgan Stanley* and its predecessor firms in 2000. In 2007, Barron’s selected Ami as one of the “Top 100 Financial Advisors” and has maintained that ranking for six consecutive years.

    Business Insider
  • Edmonton man convicted in dismemberment case shot dead in driveway

    An Edmonton man convicted in the murder and dismemberment of a victim who had been stabbed 158 times has been shot dead in front of his home. Neighbours told Global Edmonton that the man is Jason Costouros, but police have not confirmed an identity. Costouros pleaded guilty to accessory to murder after the fact in the death of David Wong, whose partially cut up body was found by police in an Edmonton suite in 2007.

    The Canadian Press
  • Family fears for 2nd seized newborn after 1st one died in CFS care

    A Colombian family whose infant son died in the care of Manitoba's Child and Family Services says it's reliving the nightmare all over again, with a second child. The family knows only that Matias died from lack of oxygen to the brain a month later. The family told CBC News last year that the boy was put in a car seat, covered in a blanket and then driven for 38 minutes to his foster home by a CFS worker.

    CBC
  • Waiter Fired After Women Find Racial Slur on Receipt

    A waiter in New Orleans has been fired after adding a racial slur to a customer`s receipt. One of the three women at the table says she was horrified.

    Tribune
  • Paul Kariya discusses reclusive long-term hockey sabbatical at BC ceremony

    Former Mighty Ducks star forward Paul Kariya has gone missing from hockey. You can reportedly find him surfing around Orange County, but you can hardly find him around a rink – or even at ceremonies for his former franchise, like the jersey retirement ceremony for Teemu Selanne.

    Puck Daddy
  • Science says you're probably drinking your coffee wrong

    "What if I told you, you'd been drinking your coffee incorrectly the entire time?" ask investigators Greg Brown and Mitchell Moffit, founders of the site. In fact, claim the roundly-endorsed web scientists and recently published authors, it is between 8 a.m and 9 a.m. that most people's bodies are producing the natural hormone that makes us all alert and ready to take on the day.

    Geekquinox
  • Surgeon hospitalised after collapsing from four consecutive lifesaving ops in 12 hours

    A hero surgeon needed hospital treatment himself after performing four consecutive lifesaving surgeries for 12 hours without a break. Doctor Chen Lianhua started his shift at 7am and completed a string of vital procedures without stopping before exhaustion got the better of him. The determined doctor finished his shift 12 hours later at 7pm at West China Hospital in Sichuan Province, but collapsed at work minutes later.

    Yahoo News
  • Selena & Justin Reunite

    Are Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber back in the friend zone or the more than friend zone? The on-again/off-again one-time couple was seen in the same Snapchat on Wednesday, which naturally was uploaded to YouTube for all their fans to obsess about. So

    Access Hollywood
  • The man who knew too much? The truth about the death of Hillary Clinton's close friend Vince Foster

    On a Monday night in July 1993, a 48-year-old lawyer called Vince Foster was found dead in a park near Washington DC. It was the same method of suicide used by a Marine officer in the film A Few Good Men - which Foster was known recently to have watched. In real life, Vince Foster was distraught at the prospect of being grilled about the shady affairs of Hillary Clinton. Tall and handsome, Vince Foster was one of Hillary's closest colleagues and best friends.

    Daily Mail q
  • 9 Mowing Mistakes Everyone Makes (10 photos)

    What's the difference between your lawn and the one next door? If the grass looks greener on the other side of the fence, it could be that you're making one of these cardinal mowing mistakes. We spoke to Greg Weekes, Product Marketing Manager at John

    Bob Vila
  • Ronda Rousey promises 'comeuppance' after Bethe Correia's suicide joke

    Brazilian bantamweight Bethe Correia caused quite a stir Tuesday when she said that she hopes Ronda Rousey doesn’t ‘kill herself’ after their UFC 190 title tilt on Aug. 1. Many wondered if Rousey would even take the time to address the comment. Earlier today, Rousey took to social media to address Correia’s shortsighted comments.

    Cagewriter
  • Hampton Elementary 10-year-old's shirt called 'inappropriate'

    The teacher is telling her that you can't wear this, you can't show your belly. Zoë Watson, superintended of the Anglophone South School District, spoke with CBC News about the Hampton Elementary response to Khenady's shirt and she's satisfied with how the school handled the situation. Jula Hughes, a UNB law professor who specializes in constitutional law and judicial ethics, is disturbed only girls seem to be called out.

    CBC
  • Conor McGregor's showmanship, trash-talking raise The Rock's eyebrow

    Dwayne Johnson knows a thing or two about what it takes to generate interest on a microphone. It's one of the reasons he is captivated by UFC featherweight title contender Conor McGregor. McGregor, one of the UFC’s hottest prospects, takes on divisional king Jose Aldo at UFC 189 in Las Vegas in July.

    Cagewriter
  • Woman having panic attack praises strangers for helping during WestJet flight

    A Saskatchewan woman who suffered an anxiety attack on a WestJet flight wants to thank a Manitoba passenger and flight crew for helping her get through the flight. Leah Dyck was on her way to Toronto from Saskatoon on May 16 when she started to feel nervous during a stopover in Winnipeg. "It was a bad one, I've had them for a few years." Dyck said, adding she was crying, and had trouble breathing. She was able to make it to the gate where WestJet agent Sonia Ouellette noticed something was wrong.

    CBC
  • Man charged with attempted murder was fired from job: sources

    A man who was fired from an Edmonton pipeline company has been charged with attempted murder after one of his former co-workers was shot in a church parking lot early Monday morning. William Hawkins, 46, of Gibbons, Alta. was tackled and held down by two of his former colleagues until police arrived. Sources tell CBC News Hawkins was fired from his job with Somerville Pipelines last Friday.

    CBC
  • Alberta women make just 68% of what men make, and that's only the beginning of trouble the new Status of Women minister faces

    Alberta has shed the dubious distinction of being the only Canadian province without a minister responsible for the status of women, but the rookie MLA at the helm of the new ministry has a considerable task ahead. After nearly two decades without a legislated women’s representative at the cabinet table, minister Shannon Phillips inherits the biggest gender wage gap in the country, low representation of women on boards along with high child care costs and the nation’s lowest minimum wage. Critics say emergency shelters for abused women “have been starved” of funding and businesses owned by women entrepreneurs are smaller and under-capitalized. A spokeswoman for Phillips did not respond to requests for comment and little is known about how she will structure the $1 million-a-year ministry.

    Calgary Herald q
  • Indian caste system in Canada called 'a disease' worse than racism

    When Banta Singh first arrived in Vancouver in 1930 from India as an 18-year-old, one thing became quickly clear for him — discrimination existed in Canada, but not to the level it did in his native land. In India, we were poor but here I could work and afford decent groceries," he told Mehfil Magazine in an interview in 1997. "I was able to become self sufficient rather than depending on my parents. It's been over 60 years since the Indian government officially abolished the caste system upon gaining independence from Britain.

    CBC
  • Sloane Stephens eliminates Venus Williams in first round at French Open

    On Day 2 at the French Open, the oldest woman in the draw took on one of her youngest compatriots. It was the much awaited first matchup for Venus Williams, 34, and Sloane Stephens, 22. Stephens was once considered the girl who would take over the Wiliams sisters' reign if they ever retire, but she has struggled since making the semifinals at the 2013 Australian Open.

    Busted Racquet