• 15-Year-Old Girl Dies After Mistaking Peanut Chips Ahoy! Packaging for Nut-Free

    On July 12, Kelly Travers-Stafford shared via Facebook her 15-year-old daughter died after consuming a Chips Ahoy! cookie believing it was safe to do so based on the red packaging.

    The Mighty
  • Vladimir Putin just humiliated Donald Trump. And Trump humiliated America

    Russia did not win the 2018 FIFA World Cup. As it was, after a series of encounters in which the team displayed discipline and flair under head coach Stanislav Cherchesov that surprised many, they made it to the quarter-finals, only to lose to Croatia after extra time and penalties. At a press conference with Donald Trump following their first formal bi-lateral summit, Putin stood and watched as the US president told the world he trusted the word of the Russian leader as much as that of his own intelligence chief.

    The Independent
  • Bryce Harper cost the Nationals a lot of money after Home Run Derby promotion backfires

    The Nationals are taking $1 off tickets for every homer Bryce Harper hit in the Home Run Derby. Harper hit 45 home runs.

    Yahoo Sports
  • 'Papa John' Schnatter evicted from company headquarters in Louisville

    “With respect to John H. Schnatter," the board of directors at Papa John’s says “Papa John” Schnatter will no longer have a work space at the company headquarters in the wake of his latest controversy. On Sunday, Papa John’s International, Inc. issued a press release stating that the company will be terminating a sublease agreement with Schnatter, which had allowed him the use of office space within the building. The decision came following the board’s previous actions toward terminating Schnatter’s “founders agreement,” and removing his likeness from marketing materials after he admitted to using the N-word during a conference call in May 2018. “Since Mr. Schnatter no longer has an active role

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  • Blake Shelton Falls On Stage, Says 'Yes I Had Been Drinking. A Lot.'

    Blake Shelton took a tumble during his performance at the Pendleton Whisky Music Fest in Oregon on Saturday.

  • Asia Argento Says Anthony Bourdain’s Suicide 'Obsession' Is 'Heart Wrenching:' 'I Never Knew'

    Asia Argento Speaks Out on Anthony Bourdain's Suicide 'Obsession'

  • 10 Amazon Prime Day Beauty Finds That'll Help Help You Look Way Younger (11 photos)

    Anti-aging creams, serums, masks, and mor are all majorly discounted. From Good Housekeeping

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  • People with this personality trait are more likely to cheat — and it's harder to catch than you think

    In a 2017 Gallup poll, only 9% of Americans said infidelity was morally acceptable. If you've never cheated, then you might have a hard time understanding what drives a person to break the bonds of trust in a relationship. What inspires someone to jeopardize their existing partnership for the sake of one night with a stranger? How does someone live with themselves while secretly dating multiple people at once? As it turns out, there's actually a specific personality trait that tends to crop up in the psychological profiles of people who repeatedly cheat on their partners. Experts seem to agree: cheating and narcissism go hand in hand. True narcissism is more than simply liking what you see in

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  • The One Habit Royal Insiders Want Meghan to Stop

    It’s been nearly two months since Meghan Markle married Prince Harry and became the Duchess of Sussex, and, by most accounts, her indoctrination into the royal family appears to be going well. In one shot, she is standing behind Catherine, Duchess of Sussex and Prince William with their three children alongside Harry with Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.

    Best Life
  • Steve Harvey shocked by crude 'Family Feud' answer

    Even Steve Harvey couldn't hold himself together during one moment on "Celebrity Family Feud." The host was stunned when Sherri Shepherd gave a very strange answer to one of Harvey's questions on Sunday night's episode. Harvey asked, "Name something a lady cop might do to her husband in the bedroom." Shepherd hit the buzzer and screamed, "Cut his penis off!" A shocked Harvey said back, "Sherri, listen to me. This thing we’re doing, this is a game show. This isn’t therapy. You know, you’re not supposed to be up here to get out your innermost thoughts." Shepherd replied, "I just thought most of America would feel that way if they’ve been through something."

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  • Donald Trump To Sean Hannity: Vladimir Putin “Very, Very Strong” At Helsinki Summit Presser

    Fox News Channel’s Sean Hannity, who got first crack at President Donald Trump fresh off his presser with Russian ruler Vladimir Putin, kicked things off praising Trump for his Hillary Clinton digs. “You were very strong at the end of that press conference,” Hannity said, parroting back Trump’s “Where are the servers? Where are those 33K emails?” lines. Trump wanted to give presser credit where it was due, modestly turning talk to Putin’s remarks about Trump. "First of…

  • Honeybees gang up to roast invading hornets alive — at a terrible cost

    When hornets attack, bees know what to do. A few hundred workers can swarm into balls around hornets and roast them alive with their body heat. The formation of such “hot defensive bee balls” was first described in 1995 in Japanese honeybees. Now we know the defence is something of a kamikaze mission for the bees involved. When hornets attack a hive to carry off bees to eat, a group of worker bees quickly surround the intruder. The bees vibrate their wing muscles to generate …

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  • ‘Deadliest Catch’ co-star Edgar Hansen pleads guilty to sexually assaulting teen girl

    Reality-TV fisherman Edgar Hansen pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a teenage girl in September, but he’ll face no jail time under a plea deal quietly reached last week with Snohomish County prosecutors. Instead, Hansen, 47, received a 364-day suspended jail sentence and was ordered to pay court fines and fees of $1,653, court records show. He also must undergo a sexual-deviancy evaluation and treatment and give a DNA sample to authorities. Neither Hansen’s lawyer, Todd Maybrown, nor Matthew Baldock, the deputy prosecuting attorney assigned to the case, immediately returned messages Monday seeking comment about the case. Hansen, a Mountlake Terrace resident, is the deck boss and longtime

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  • Police searching for 2 adults over video of child being kicked

    Police are looking for two adults after a video emerged of a child being kicked several times.

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  • Demi Moore Destroys Bruce Willis In Surprise Roast Appearance

    Nobody has better material than a former spouse.

  • A 14-foot hammerhead was his catch of a lifetime. But it broke this angler’s heart

    Poco Cedillo had only dreamed of catching a shark this big. So when he reeled in that 14-foot hammerhead while on the Texas coast Saturday afternoon, he knew it was going to be his “shark catch of multiple lifetimes,” according to his Facebook post. He posted that he “fought with it” for about an hour and 15 minutes, “which is beast mode for a shark that big.” But as Cedillo led the hammerhead to Padre Island National Seashore, he and the other anglers noticed the shark was tired. “We quickly took pics, got a length measurement, took the hook out and did all we could to get her released,” he posted to Facebook. “All that only took around 3-5 min while it (was) still in plenty deep water.” Cedillo

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  • The Pentagon says the 'fly-off' test between the A-10 and the F-35 is over, but lawmakers may not be happy with the results

    RAF FAIRFORD, England — While the congressionally mandated close-air support tests between the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter and A-10 Warthog wrapped up this week, lawmakers may not be satisfied with the results as questions continue to swirl about how each performed. "I personally wrote the specific provisions in the [Fiscal 2017 National Defense Authorization Act] mandating a fly-off between the F-35 & A-10," Rep. Martha McSally, an Arizona Republican, tweeted Friday. "It must be carried out per Congressional intent & direction." McSally, a former A-10 pilot whose home state includes Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, said she had reached out to Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David Goldfein to "ensure

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  • Tighty Whities! Justin Bieber Walks Around in Underwear During Miami Trip with Hailey Baldwin

    Justin Bieber Walks Around in His Underwear with Hailey Baldwin in Miami

  • Mom says daughter trapped in front-loading washing machine as it filled with water

    A Colorado mom awoke to a nightmare. Lindsey McIver said she and her husband were awakened early one morning last week to find her 4-year-old son crying so hard he could barely talk.  “As I was trying to understand what he was saying, my husband flew out of bed and down the stairs. It was then that the realization hit. He had said: Kloe. Inside. Washer.”  Their 3-year-old daughter was inside the washing machine. It was locked. It was filling with water. Kids told not to touch it  McIver said she decided to share what happened in a Facebook post, though she feared reliving the ordeal and inevitable mom shaming. The couple purchased a "new and cool" front-loading washing machine on July 9. The

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  • Donald Trump Tweets Walk-Back After Playing Vladimir Putin Lapdog in Helsinki

    The damage control already has begun. In his first public statement since his WTF presser following his summit with Russian ruler/former KGB officer Vladimir Putin, President Donald Trump tweeted that he has “GREAT confidence in MY intelligence people” – not clear why he all-capped “my” – but added that we cannot focus “on the past.” At the press conference that even Republicans are blasting, Trump also said he had confidence in his intelligence people but that Putin was…