• Male salon owner punches black mother in the face after her child shoplifts a keychain

    An upsetting video of a beauty supply store owner punching a mother in the face is burning up social media. 

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  • Alien abduction: 45 years after alleged UFO encounter, Mississippi man breaks his silence

    On October 11, 1973, Calvin Parker, Jr and Charles Hickson reported being abducted by aliens in Pascagoula, Mississippi. Decades later, in a rare interview with the Associated Press, Parker breaks his silence and stands by his story. (Oct. 11) It was an event he has been reluctant to speak about, yet it shaped much of his life. Calvin Parker, now of Moss Point, along with friend Charles Hickson, claimed they were abducted by aliens while fishing on the Pascagoula River and now Parker has written a book he hopes will set the record straight. "Pascagoula — The Closest Encounter, My Story" was recently published. It contains the first full account of the event given by Parker along with how it affected

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  • Fla. Mom-of-3 Fatally Shot While Ordering Breakfast at Drive-Thru — and Suspect Is on the Loose

    Fla. Mother Shot and Killed While Ordering at McDonald's Drive-Thru as Suspect Remains at Large

    People
  • Old man lights up young victim on basketball court before catching Twitter fire

    This Michigan State fan gave his driveway skins counterpart the okey doke with the ultimate old-man basketball move. 

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  • Russian Collusion Investigation: It Was Hillary Clinton All Along

    Russia Investigation: It's beginning to look as if claims of monstrous collusion between Russian officials and U.S. political operatives were true. But it wasn't Donald Trump who was guilty of Russian collusion. It was Hillary Clinton and U.S. intelligence officials who worked with Russians and others to entrap Trump. That's the stunning conclusion of a RealClear Investigations report by Lee Smith, who looked in-depth at the controversial June 2016 Trump Tower meeting between officials of then-candidate Donald Trump's campaign staff and a Russian lawyer known to have ties with high-level officials in Vladimir Putin's government. The media have spun a tale of Trump selling his soul to the Russians

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  • Farrah Abraham slammed for inappropriate outfit, bringing 9-year-old daughter to court

    Farrah Abraham raised eyebrows at a court appearance on Monday stemming from her June arrest. Not only did the former "Teen Mom OG" star get slammed for wearing a revealing dress to her arraignment, she was also criticized online for bringing along her 9-year-old daughter Sophia.

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  • Dead Body Found Inside Stone Pillar Outside California Grocery Store

    A dead body found inside a stone pillar outside a WinCo Foods in Lancaster could be the remains of a man who was fleeing from authorities earlier in the week, according to officials.

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  • People are calling this SAT math question 'the meanest test problem ever' — see if you can solve it

    The SAT exam allows for about two minutes to solve each math problem. The key to conquering the math section of the test is knowing how to break down a deliberately confusing question and sift through unnecessary details to quickly find the answer. In a Quora thread of the most difficult SAT math problems, one question emerged as "the meanest test problem ever." It reads: In a class of p students, the average (arithmetic mean) of the test scores is 70. In another class of n students, the average of the scores for the same test is 92. When the scores of the two classes are combined, the average of the test scores is 86. What is the value of p/n? Can you figure out how to solve it? If not, never

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  • A mother and son went to the library, cops say. A drama played out in the bathroom

    A mother and her 10-year-old son went to their local library, and it was a trip neither will forget any time soon. According to an arrest report from the Ocoee Police Department, on Aug. 1 the boy went to use the restroom at the West Oaks Library. While standing in a locked stall, he said he saw a cellphone peering over the divider. He ran out quickly to report the incident to his mother, who stood outside the bathroom waiting for the suspect to emerge. She told cops she confronted the man, who exited the library, and then reported him to library staff. The branch manager tried to track down the suspect, who drove away in his older model Honda Accord. Police were summoned. In surveillance video,

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  • Chinese tourist killed by hippo while taking pictures, fisherman mauled to death nearby

    A Chinese tourist was attacked and killed by a hippo while taking pictures on the edge of Lake Naivasha in Kenya's Rift Valley, just hours after a local fisherman was mauled to death in the same area, authorities said Sunday. A second Chinese tourist was injured in the incident Saturday night and received treatment in the local hospital in Naivasha, 56 miles miles southeast of Nairobi, the Kenya Wildlife Service said in a statement. In the same area, a Kenyan fisherman was attacked by another hippo a few miles from where the incident with the Chinese occurred, a police official said. "The man was bitten on the chest and his injuries were serious and he died minutes after he was retrieved from

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  • Hospital employee is fired for calling doughnut shop worker the N word in viral video

    He says the offensive word multiple times in the video.

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  • Aretha Franklin's Death Is 'Imminent' as Source Confirms 'She Has Been Ill for a Long Time'

    Aretha Franklin's Death Is 'Imminent' as Source Confirms 'She Has Been Ill for a Long Time'

    People
  • 6-year-old is a 'scammer in the making' after she secretly orders $350 worth of toys off Amazon

    You'll always remember your child's first laugh, first word, first ... scam.

    Yahoo Lifestyle
  • 21 Spaghetti Squash Recipes That Will Make You Forget You're Eating Veggies (20 photos)

    On a no-pasta diet? Spaghetti squash is the perfect stand-in for carb-dense noodles. From Delish

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  • Michael Cohen Denies Omarosa's Claim that Donald Trump Ate a Piece of Paper in the Oval Office

    Michael Cohen Denies Omarosa's Claim that Trump Ate a Piece of Paper

    People
  • Seattle plane crash: Experts baffled by 'incredible manoeuvres’ performed by airline worker who hijacked aircraft

    US aviation chiefs are struggling to work out how the ground crew worker who stole a plane at Seattle airport last week carried out a series of "incredible" loops and stunts before crashing off the coast of Seattle. Flight experts are still investigating how 29-year-old Horizon Air employee Richard Russell managed to start the Q400 turboprop aircraft, take off, then carry out a series of “incredible” manoeuvres. Audio recordings from the cockpit have revealed 29-year-old Horizon Air employee Richard Russell explaining how he picked up flight knowledge from video games.

    The Independent
  • Stunning sphinx discovery: Workers make incredible find while fixing road

    A mysterious sphinx has been discovered during roadwork in the Egyptian city of Luxor. Mohamed Abdel Aziz, director general of Luxor Antiquities, announced the find Sunday, according to Egypt Today. The sphinx was found at the site of a road connecting Luxor Temple and the Temple of Karnak, two vast ancient temple complexes on the east side of the Nile. Archaeologists are now working to carefully lift the mysterious statue, Egypt Today reports. Officials say that, because of its location, the statue cannot be directly extracted from the ground. While the famous Great Sphinx of Giza on the outskirts of Cairo is the best known, there are a number of smaller sphinx statues in Luxor. Ancient Egypt

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  • Judge in the Manafort trial is creating some big problems

    “What is a yute?” That famous question from the classic movie “My Cousin Vinny” captured the open animosity between Judge Chamberlain Haller, played by actor Fred Gwynne, and Vinny Gambini, played by actor Joe Pesci. When Haller feigned confusion over a heavy accent, Gambini explained, “Oh, excuse me, your honor … Two youths.” Judge T.S. Ellis III appears to be racking up such “yute” moments while presiding over the ongoing trial of former Trump campaign chairman Paul ManafortPaul John ManafortJudge in the Manafort trial is creating some big problems Unexplained delay puts Manafort trial behind schedule heading into third week GOP operative made 'suspicious' cash withdrawals while attempting

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