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  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • What Carrie Bradshaw's Apartment Really Looked Like (7 photos)

    Carrie Bradshaw's apartment in Sex and the City might as well be the fifth main character. While it was supposedly a small rent-controlled Greenwich Village apartment, the brownstone facade used for filming actually contained a much grander apartment

    PopSugar Home
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Jonathan Rhys Meyers Apologizes After Troubling Photos Emerge

    Vanessa Hudgens took her dog for a walk at the park in New York City on May 26. Maria Menounos checked out new summer hair color shades with Vidal Sassoon Salonist at a LA Drug Store on May 25. Sienna Miller attended the 5th Annual Celebrate Women In Film event hosted by the Independent Filmmaker Project, Calvin Klein Collection and euphoria Calvin Klein during the 68th Cannes Film Festival on May 18. Jake Gyllenhaal attended the 5th Annual Celebrate Women In Film event hosted by the Independent Filmmaker Project, Calvin Klein Collection and euphoria Calvin Klein during the 68th Cannes Film Festival on May 18.

    The Huffington Post q
  • Man found dead on driveway was convicted in 2007 dismemberment

    A man found dead in a driveway following a shooting in west Edmonton Thursday night was convicted in 2008 of being an accessory to a grisly murder and dismemberment. CBC News has confirmed that 32-year-old Jason Costouros was the man found by police at 11:30 last night in front of a home near 212th Street and 88A Avenue. Costouros was sentenced to four and a half years in prison in the death of David Wong, 23.

    CBC
  • 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
  • It sounds like the Marlins are as dysfunctional as ever

    The frustrations continue to mount with the Miami Marlins. Within the past two weeks, the club has undergone a number of changes, starting with the firing of manager Mike Redmond just 38 games into the season. General manager Dan Jennings was named the team's manager, the players skipped a charity event, coaches were reassigned and the club continued to lose games.

    Big League Stew
  • MacKay dodging potential backbench bullet by jumping gun with early retirement

    Justice Minister Peter MacKay’s announcement today that he will not seek re-election does not signify that the Conservative Party’s ship is sinking. “He can read the writing on the wall,” said University of Toronto political science professor Nelson Wiseman. MacKay will be adding his name to a growing list of Conservative cabinet ministers who have either resigned, John Baird, for example, or said they won’t seek re-election.

    Canada Politics
  • Girl, 15, beaten in Winnipeg remains in hospital 2 months after attack

    A 15-year-old girl badly beaten and sexually assaulted in Winnipeg is still recovering in hospital, and can't communicate, sit up or move around. Neither the girl nor her mother can be identified because the teen was at the time of the attack, and still is, in the care of Child and Family Services (CFS).

    CBC
  • McDonald's is facing one major hurdle to its success

    (Flickr/Walter Lim) McDonald's is completely dependent on franchisees for its success. McDonald's is trying to orchestrate a massive overhaul to improve business.  The company is slimming down the menu, improving the quality of its ingredients, and

    Business Insider
  • 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
  • Judge halts order allowing actress Kelly Rutherford to bring her 2 children to US from Monaco

    A court order that granted actress Kelly Rutherford temporary custody of her children to allow her to bring them back to Los Angeles from Monaco was halted Thursday. Judge Maren E. Nelson, who presides over family law courts in Los Angeles, halted a ruling by another judge who expressed concerns that Rutherford's former husband violated terms of a 2013 custody order that allowed the children to live abroad.

    The Canadian Press
  • Canada's Miss World candidate says her family was threatened in China

    Canada’s newly crowned Miss World candidate says her family in China is being threatened for her outspokenness on religious freedom and her former country’s human-rights violations. Anastasia Lin, a 25-year-old Torontonian, said that several days after her May 16 victory in Vancouver, she starting receiving harrowing text messages from her father, explaining he had been visited by security forces and telling her she would lose his support, if she continued speaking out. “He said that the security services threatened him with turning my family into something from the Cultural Revolution,” she said, alluding to the era when the Communists would encourage family members to denounce each other. Ms. Lin said when she asked her father whether he had been threatened, he instructed her never to ask him about it again and pleaded with her to allow them a way to survive in China.

    The Globe and Mail q
  • $100 oil: Will we ever see it again?

    The oil price crash of the last year has the energy world wondering if crude will ever again see the triple-digit prices of the last decade. For its part, the oil industry is both wistful and hopeful that prices will some day regain their former glory. Hundred dollar oil is neither rare nor new.

    CBC
  • 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