• 78-year-old man in California claims he killed at least 90 people over four decades

    A man now thought to be one of the most prolific serial killers in the US claims he killed as many as 90 people over four decades. Investigators have been able to close four unsolved murder cases because of the confessions of Samuel Little. The 78-year-old, also known as Samuel McDowell, was already serving a life sentence in California for three murders when he confessed to a Texas investigator.

    The Independent
  • Jennifer Lopez Turns Heads in Low-Cut Grey Pants Featuring an Attached, Visible High-Cut Thong

    Jennifer Lopez Turns Heads in Grey Pants with Matching Thong

  • Conservatives are terrified of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. And so they should be

    ‘Conservatives don’t really care about what Ocasio-Cortez is wearing. Like many people I was very excited about congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to begin with. Despite being a self-proclaimed woman of the people, Ocasio-Cortez stubbornly persists in wearing very nice clothes.

    The Guardian
  • Kendall Jenner’s Invisible Heels Make Her Legs Look Even Longer

    The model was in London to present Adidas Originals' new gender-fluid line.

    Footwear News
  • Sarah Huckabee Sanders Says Judge’s Ruling On Jim Acosta Badge A White House Win

    Sarah Huckabee Sanders says Jim Acosta ’s badge is being returned, per Friday morning instructions of a federal judge , but she insisted the court ruling was a win for the White House . Judge Timothy Kelly granted CNN ’s TRO bid to get its chief White House correspondent’s press credential returned, saying the White House had pulled it without due process. “Today the court made clear that there is no absolute First Amendment right to access the White House,” Press Secretary…

  • Dunkin' Donuts owner calls police on woman who tries to use store's free Wi-Fi

    A Virginia woman who had been visiting a particular Dunkin’ outlet for two years was asked to leave by the owner after contention over the store’s Wi-Fi.

    Yahoo Lifestyle
  • Chris Watts’ Mistress Revealed Affair to Police After His Wife & Kids Vanished: 'Wanted to Help'

    Chris Watts' Mistress Revealed Affair to Police After Family Vanished

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  • GOP Senator Says Voter Suppression Is A 'Great Idea'

    Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.) appeared to endorse voter suppression during a

  • Hailey Baldwin, a Lawfully Wedded Woman, Has Rebranded Herself as Hailey Bieber

    Baldwin changed her Instagram handle and display name on Friday.

  • Kourtney Kardashian Goes Braless for Dinner With Scott Disick and Sofia Richie

    Richie wore a fitted brown minidress with soaring sandals.

    Footwear News
  • Republicans lose 'Reagan Country' in Orange County

    Democrat Katie Porter captured a Republican-held U.S. House seat Thursday in the heart of what once was Reagan country in Orange County. The Morning Joe panel discusses the latest wins by Democrats in the House.

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  • Lamborghini Built This V12, Carbon-Fiber Trackday Beast For One Very Important Customer

    Lamborghini is no stranger to making wild-looking limited-production exotics, and this latest one might be the coolest yet. It's a one-off, road-legal, track-ready mid-engine supercar called the SC18, developed by Lamborghini's Squadra Corse racing division at the request of an unnamed (and, we assume, very well-heeled) client. The SC18 seems to be largely based on the Aventador, but sports a whole bunch of unique carbon fiber bodywork.

    Road & Track q
  • The Latest: British queen offers sympathies to fire victims

    PARADISE, Calif. (AP) — The Latest on California's wildfires (all times local):

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  • Man finds engagement ring he plans to propose to girlfriend with in the debris of his family home after California wildfire

    Nick Maes' girlfriend, Shastina Hughes, was in for a surprise when she found out what her boyfriend had been looking for.

    Yahoo Lifestyle
  • 21 Cute Dog Names (And Photos of Adorable Puppies) (22 photos)

    Warning: Adorable puppy photos ahead. From Woman's Day

    Woman's Day
  • Bill Maher Addresses Stan Lee’s Death, Says Adults Pretend Comic Books Are “Sophisticated Literature”

    This week, comic book legend and pop culture icon Stan Lee died and while his fans, colleagues, and members of the Marvel Cinematic Universe mourned his death, Bill Maher addressed his death from another angle. On the  Real Time With Bill Maher blog,  Maher recognized that the world is mourning Lee’s death but then, with his on-brand outspoken rhetoric, went into the relationship adults have with comic books . “Now, I have nothing against comic books – I read them now and…

  • Teacher Banned After Thanking Students for Standing During Pledge of Allegiance

    A long-time substitute teacher in Missouri was told not to come back to school after he thanked students for standing for the Pledge of Allegiance.

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  • Facebook investors call on Mark Zuckerberg to resign as chairman following damaging report 

    Facebook investors have called on the company’s chief executive Mark Zuckerberg to step down as chairman, following reports that the company hired a public relations firm to smear its critics by drawing links to George Soros. The attack on Mr Zuckerberg is set to complicate the daunting challenge facing Sir Nick Clegg, Facebook's new global head of policy and communications, who joined last month and has been asked to conduct a review of Facebook's use of lobbying firms.  Jonas Kron, a senior vice president at Trillium Asset Management, a US investor which owns an £8.5m stake in Facebook, last night called on Mr Zuckerberg to step down as board chairman in the wake of the report. “Facebook is behaving like it's a special snowflake,” he said. “It's not. It is a company and companies need to have a separation of chair and CEO.” Both Mr Zuckerberg and Sir Nick have been under pressure following reports Facebook hired Definers, a Republican public relations firm, to help repair its battered reputation following intense criticism of the social media platform's handling of a scandal over Russian interference in the 2016 US elections and the Cambridge Analytica scandal. Technology intelligence - newsletter promo - EOA Definers allegedly encouraged the depiction of Facebook's critics as anti-Semites and had published news articles criticising Facebook’s competitors. The business has also been accused of attempting to encourage journalists to report that anti-Facebook groups were linked to Mr Soros. In a call with journalists on Thursday, Mr Zuckerberg denied knowing that his business had hired the firm. “As soon as I learned about this, I talked to our team and we are no longer working with this firm,” he said. He has also asked Sir Nick to launch a review of Facebook's use of political lobbying firms. Nevertheless, Mr Kron said the new revelations about Facebook's use of Definers offered fresh reasons for Mr Zuckerberg to relinquish his dual role as chairman and chief executive. “The latest report should remove any lingering doubts that some may have had,” he said. Mr Zuckerberg has retained a high level of control over the social networking business which he founded in 2004 due to his combined role and his ownership of a stake representing 60pc of the company’s voting shares. Investors claim that Mr Clegg faces a difficult task repairing Facebook's reputation due to his unfamiliarity with Silicon Valley. Julie Goodridge, chief executive of Facebook investor NorthStar Asset Management which owns over 50,000 shares in the company,  called the appointment of Mr Clegg to investigate Facebook’s lobbying “crazy.” “I don't think you can appoint someone who is essentially still subservient to the board and subservient to top level management,” she said. “You can't expect that person to come in and really have the kind of power that Zuckerberg, Sandberg, Peter Thiel and the other board members have. What powers is this guy really going to have?” Mr Kron said he was pleased that Mr Clegg would review Facebook’s lobbying efforts, but added that the move was “insufficient.” He characterised the appointment of Mr Clegg as a “whack-a-mole” move by Facebook which didn’t address the larger issue of a lack of an independent board chair. In the call on Thursday evening, Mr Zuckerberg said that he had asked Sir Nick to review the business’ lobbying operations. The former Deputy Prime Minister will report to Facebook’s chief operating officer, Sheryl Sandberg. Facebook investor Natasha Lamb, a managing partner at Arjuna Capital, warned that the combined role of chairman and chief executive means that Facebook can avoid properly fixing problems inside the company. “That concentration of power creates a lot of defensiveness within the company,” she said. “It’s an exercise in hiding that there is a problem rather than admitting that there is a problem and setting a roadmap to fixing it.” Ms Goodridge warned that if Mr Zuckerberg stands down as chairman, Facebook’s share price is likely to drop. She called for a change in Mr Zuckerberg’s Class B voting shares, which have 10 votes per share rather than the single vote for each Class A share. “Regardless of who shows up at board meetings, Mark still has all the power to control the company,” she said. A combined chief executive and chairman role has become common in Silicon Valley as it allows founders to retain control of businesses, even after they go public.  Elon Musk held both roles at electric car manufacturer Tesla until an agreement with the US Securities and Exchange Commission in October forced the company to appoint a separate board chairman.  

    The Telegraph
  • Jenna Dewan Tweets at Jessie J After Singer Expresses 'Embarrassment' Over Comparisons

    Channing Tatum's ex has nothing but love for his new girlfriend.

    Entertainment Tonight