• Kate poses for first magazine cover: See the stunning spread

    The Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, has posed for her first magazine cover, making debut in the pages of Vogue. Kate proved a natural in front of the camera, releasing the photographs as part of the collaboration between British Vogue and the National Portrait Gallery. The three pictures perfectly showcase Kate's flawless beauty.

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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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  • Brampton woman convicted of manslaughter in sister-in-law's death

    A jury found Mandeep Punia guilty of the lesser charge of manslaughter in the death of her 27-year-old sister-in-law on Saturday, after acquitting the Brampton woman of second-degree murder. At Punia's first court appearance, police said Litt's husband had never been considered a suspect in her disappearance.

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  • Alex Rodriguez shows us a unique and intimate way to dry a bat

    We can't imagine Alex Rodriguez's method for drying a bat is going to catch on among other players.

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  • Trump backers yell foul over loss at Arizona GOP convention

    Texas Sen. Ted Cruz pulled out a strategic victory at Saturday's Arizona Republican Party convention, nailing down a large majority of delegates to the national convention amid cheating accusations from backers of businessman Donald Trump. The Cruz slate won virtually all of the 28 at-large national delegates and roughly split the 27 delegates selected by congressional district.

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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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  • Malia Obama Is Going to Harvard! Here’s What She Needs for Her First Year on Campus (9 photos)

    When we first met Malia Obama, she was an adorable tween, twirling around in age-appropriate dresses. Now, the 17-year-old is heading to Harvard — in the fall of 2017 — and we can’t help but get a little misty eyed at the thought. As the elder Obama daughter prepares to embark on the first leg of her young adult life, we would be remiss, as former college students ourselves, not to help a girl — and others heading to school — out and make sure they’re 100 percent prepared to head to campus in style. From comfy sweatpants to sturdy headphones (for all-nighters in the library), here are a few things we think Malia Obama and her freshman cohorts will need to get through her first year in college. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.

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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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  • See What Jenna Dewan Tatum Looks Like When She Does Her Own Makeup

    Just as we could all eat healthy if we had personal chefs, we could all resemble celebrities if we had on-call glam squads. You've had these thoughts before, if you're anything like us. Here's the thing, though—some of the most beautiful famous faces actually do their own makeup much of the time. And they've got some serious skills in that area. This makes complete sense when you think about it: When they were trying to break into the business of acting, singing, or modeling, they had to get themselves looking on-point without help from big-name pros. They've probably wasted too many hours studying YouTube tutorials, just like us. (Or at least we'll keep telling ourselves that.) To provide fresh

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  • Saints trade up for fascinating Canadian defensive tackle

    The Saints drafted a Canadian defensive tackle who could be special in time. But he's raw right now.

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  • Worst vacation ever: Mom cries as kids sail away onboard cruise ship

    A couple who took a Caribbean cruise with their kids learned a lesson they’ll never forget last week, that ended with the cruise ship leaving port with their kids on board and the parents in shambles on the pier. Scott Thomas was on the ‘Norwegian Breakaway’ and caught the incident, from April 21, on video. “I told you they’d do that,” Thomas says in the video.

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  • Immigration phone scam annoys Saskatoon woman

    Theresa Aubin-Singh has been receiving a lot of phone calls lately, but they've been anything but social calls. When she does answer, the caller claims to be an employee of Immigration Canada. A recent caller presented himself as a counsellor and told Aubin-Singh that she was in Canada illegally.

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  • Passenger Plane Struck By Lightning Mid-Air While Landing At Heathrow Airport

    It was flying just below a large dark cloud at the time of the strike, which came as London was hit with wintry weather. Passenger Catherine Mayer told the Evening Standard that the strike was “sudden and loud and very bright and unmistakable for what it was”. The flight was seemingly not the only plane that was struck by lightning, with a British Airways flight also hit.

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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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  • Hydro customers bill unchanged despite attempts to conserve

    Thu, Apr 28: Ruth D’Souza went to great lengths to conserve energy but her bill was still shockingly high. Toronto Hydro says the amount is consistent with past tenants of her two-bedroom apartment and says there are ways to ensure ratepayers are saving as much as possible. Peter Kim Reports.

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  • 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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  • Woman mauled by dog faces 4 closed ERs in rural Manitoba

    A woman is raising alarm bells after she was mauled by a dog and spent hours trying to find a doctor in rural Manitoba. Animal services worker Penny Wainwright was at a farm for a "predator claim" between Arborg and Fisher Branch, Man., when she mauled by a dog. "Their dog, who had a history of attacking people and biting, bit me quite badly," she said.

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  • Amanda Todd's alleged tormentor loses another lawyer

    The man accused of extorting Amanda Todd, the B.C. teenager who later killed herself, is without a defence lawyer for the second time this year, one day before separate court proceedings are to begin in the Netherlands, the fifth estate has learned.

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  • Alberta unite the right group votes for new party

    Former Progressive Conservative cabinet minister Rick Orman said the vote was concise. Stick with the status quo, unite under the Wildrose party, unite under the PCs or form a new entity. "The vote was clear," Orman said.

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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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