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  • Gas vs. Charcoal? Try Grilling Your Steak Over Lava

    5:51 pm. That’s the moment on V-J Day in 1945 when a sailor planted his lips on a woman in New York City’s Times Square in one of the 20th century’s most famous photos, according to a study by astronomers from Texas State University and Iowa State University. The astronomers, in an article published in the August issue of Sky & Telescope, set out to show how much you can learn about a photograph by poking around in the shadows in its frame. Steven D. Kawaler, one of the authors of Sky & Telescope article, got involved debating when the photo was taken. The clue that made this deeper inquiry possible, said Donald Olson, another author, was the shadow cast on a building in the top right corner of the photo.

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  • Topless sisters stopped by Kitchener officer go bare-chested whenever they can

    One of three Ontario sisters stopped by Kitchener police last week for riding their bikes topless says that she, her siblings and their mother exercise their right to go topless whenever they can. Mohamed and her sisters were then told that there had been complaints about their exposed breasts, which they countered.

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  • Woman, 40, Jailed For Having Sex With Boy, 12, Having His Child

    The mum-of-four was sentenced at the Victorian County Court (Picture: Google)An Australian woman has been jailed for six years for having sex with a 12-year-old boy and bearing his child.The 40-year-old Melbourne mother - who cannot be named - was sentenced

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  • Elizabeth Taylor's Palm Springs Home Is Outrageously Over-The-Top

    They don't call Palm Springs "Hollywood's playground" for nothing. From retro icons like Marilyn Monroe and Cary Grant to modern-day stars like Leonardo DiCaprio, the famed desert locale has hosted many an industry power player. Not the least of whom is Elizabeth Taylor, who once owned a sprawling estate in the swanky Las Palmas area of the city. It even comes complete with some of Taylor's own possessions.

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  • Josh Huestis finally gets his deal: OKC signs D-League draft-and-stash for 4 years

    One year after making the somewhat shocking decision to use the 29th pick in the first round of the 2014 draft on Josh Huestis, a lightly regarded prospect who may well have fallen out of the draft entirely if he hadn't agreed to become the NBA's first-ever "domestic draft-and-stash" player, the Oklahoma City Thunder have formally brought the Stanford swingman into the big-league fold. Huestis has signed a four-year contract to join the Thunder, according to RealGM's Shams Charania. Huestis comes out a little ahead because the rookie scale has gone up.

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  • See Evan & Ashlee's Wedding Pics

    Evan Ross and Ashlee Simpson Ross tied the knot 11 months ago, and now we get to see a glimpse of their wedding! On Monday night, The "Hunger Games" actor (and proud dad-to-be!) shared private photos his and Ashlee's August 2014 ceremony. "#reflections

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  • Where to travel with the falling Canadian dollar

    Trips to their favourite destination, the U.S., will cost about 10 per cent more than at the beginning of the year, since the Canadian dollar fell from about 86 cents U.S. to 78 cents. CBC News looked at the Canadian dollar's performance compared to 20 other major currencies and found just three countries where the Canadian dollar should go further today than it did before the Bank of Canada stepped in at the beginning of the year. The Canadian dollar story right now is mostly about the strength of the U.S. dollar as the American economy gathers steam.

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  • Rodney Parsons, charged for luring, signalled red flags at border

    Police in St. John's say they were alerted by border agents about a man possessing suspicious images and documents. Rodney Parsons, 49, was arrested earlier this week and charged with luring a person under the age of 18 and luring a person under the age of 16, as well as possessing a forged document, making a false document and damaging a document. The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary and RCMP were alerted about Parsons by the Canada Border Services Agency when he returned from a trip to the Netherlands on Dec. 23, 2014.

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  • The new look Mickey Rourke, acting legend, was spotted out and about this week with yet another drastic new look. His chiseled face, designer stubble and new ‘do make him look completely different to the actor who became a pin-up in the 80s. (Image Credit: Wenn) (11 photos)

    The new look Mickey Rourke, acting legend, was spotted out and about this week with yet another drastic new look. His chiseled face, designer stubble and new ‘do make him look completely different to the actor who became a pin-up in the 80s. (Image Credit

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  • Former ISIS fighter explains why he joined the terror army — and why he left after just 3 days

    A former Islamic State militant recently spoke with NBC news about his experience fighting with the group in Syria — and why he surrendered after just three days on the frontlines. The man, a 24-year-old single father and college dropout who traveled from New York back to his native Turkey, told NBC what has become a familiar story. This is a common profile among those recruited by the Islamic State, also known as ISIS or ISIL, who are often young men (and women) seeking purpose and identity.

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  • CHCH viewers in Ontario report seeing graphic sex scene

    Some Ontario viewers who tuned in to Hamilton's CHCH television station Wednesday afternoon say they saw a few moments from a graphic adult sex scene. CHCH and its parent company, Toronto-based media group Channel Zero, have investigated and say the issue wasn't on their end. Instead, they say, it's a problem with the cable provider, Rogers.

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  • Watch men react to their girlfriends as they’re catcalled on the street

    It’s something that your girlfriends probably deal with when you’re not around: catcalling.But unless you experience it firsthand — whether you’re a man who catcalls or a woman who gets catcalled — you probably don’t understand the severity of it. So,

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  • Airline seat-switching outcry: Jewish leader calls for understanding

    A leader in Toronto's Jewish community called for understanding in response to a controversy CBC News reported about yesterday, in which a woman travelling on a Porter Airlines flight refused to move to another seat to accommodate an ultra-Orthodox man

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  • Bin Laden Family Members Killed in Hampshire Plane Crash

    A light plane crashed into a carpark at Blackbushe Airport in Hampshire on July 31, then burst into flames. The BBC reported that British Car Auctions in Farnham, Surrey, confirmed the plane crashed into its warehouse at the airport. The Saudi Embassy later reported that the passengers in the plane were members of Osama bin Laden’s family – his stepmother and his sister and her husband. The Jordanian pilot of the plane was also killed. Credit: Twitter/Tubman Thomas

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  • U.S. hunter who killed African lion in Alberta records for a mule deer

    The Bowhunting Records of Alberta lists a Walter Palmer as having killed a mule deer legally in October 2006. It's listed as the 187th-largest mule deer bagged in Alberta. Two Zimbabweans are accused of helping Minnesota dentist Walter James Palmer lure and kill a black-maned lion named Cecil, a favourite with tourists who regularly spotted him while they were on safari.

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  • Apprentice Star Stuart ‘The Brand’ Baggs Found Dead, Aged 27

    Stuart ‘The Brand’ Baggs, the memorable star of BBC’s The Apprentice, has been found dead at an address on the Isle Of Man.The 27-year-old, famed for his memorable catchphrases on the show, was discovered by police, who have yet to determine a cause of

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  • Safe Sex In A Can: Design Student Invents Spray-On CONDOM

    Design student Michele Chu has come up with the spray-on condom as part of her Girlplay condom company - and it’s aimed at both men and women. Michele wants to revolutionise the condom market - and the spray-on version is the centrepiece of her designs. The student of Pratt College of Art and Design said: “I thought the condom market needed some refreshing.

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  • The Not-So-Super Food: Kale Eaters Issued A Warning

    Lauren, who runs I.AM.YOU.Studio in New York, warns that Kale can make you bloated, slow down your metabolism and even cause kidney stones. Lauren also points out that Kale is a high oxalate food, which some experts suggest plays a part in the formation of kidney stones.

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  • Five ways you're using your appliances wrong

    NBC recently ran a story highlighting a timeless, ongoing household-appliance debate: Should knives and forks face up or down in the dishwasher? On the one hand, the tines and blades seem to get cleaner facing up. On the other hand, they can be stabby

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  • Bikers charged by RCMP after getting off Marine Atlantic ferry

    Police have laid 12 charges against bikers coming off the Marine Atlantic ferry in Port aux Basques. Last Friday the RCMP said they were monitoring several 'outlaw' biker groups that were planning on coming to Newfoundland this week. Staff Sgt. Boyd Merrill said in a new release Thursday that during a traffic safety check point, officers stopped some of the arriving bikers on the highway close to weigh scales near Channel-Port aux Basques.

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