• Ivanka Trump trolled after getting a new dog: 'If it was a brown dog, would you put it in a cage?'

    The first daughter has welcomed a new pup, named Winter, into her family.

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  • Electrical shortage in hotel swimming pool kills American student in Guatemala, injures his sister

    An incoming college freshman died last week in Guatemala after an electrical shortage occurred while he was in the hotel pool, according to the university he was slated to attend. Seth Washam, 18, was on a "short trip" to Guatemala with his sister, Emma Washam, when the accident occurred on Friday, according to a statement from the Carson-Newman University in Jefferson City, Tennessee.

    Good Morning America
  • Kim & Kourtney Kardashian Get in a Massive Argument Over Daughters North & Penelope's Birthday Bash

    Watch the sisters' heated argument over their daughters' birthday celebration.

    Entertainment Tonight
  • Soulja Boy Reportedly Kicks Friends out of Home After Release From Jail

    Sources describe Soulja's three-month stint behind bars as an "eye-opening" experience.

    Complex
  • Manhunt underway after North Carolina woman, Australian boyfriend murdered in Canada

    Chynna Deese and Lucas Fowler were found dead along a rural highway on a road trip to see Canada's national parks.

    WABC – NY
  • It's Our Favorite Time of the Year—Nordstrom's Epic Sale is Here (25 photos)

    Discounts on Dior, Tory Burch, and more. From ELLE

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  • Trump adviser Stephen Miller says outrage over 'racist' remarks meant to 'silence and punish'

    "I fundamentally disagree with the view that if you criticize somebody and they happen to be a different color of skin, that happens to be a racial criticism," he said.

    Politico
  • Koepka frustrated at Holmes' slow play at The Open

    It’s no secret that J.B. Holmes is not among the PGA Tour’s fastest players and his measured pace drew criticism again Sunday at The Open.

    Golf Channel
  • Dear AOC and Bernie Sanders: Socialism Destroyed This Once Rich Country

    Friedrich Hayek famously observed that socialist central planning puts countries on the road to serfdom.The latest dead end on that highway to hell—already littered with the human victims of past failed attempts in places like Cuba and the old Soviet Union—is in Caracas, Venezuela.That is where, last weekend, President Nicolás Maduro and the thousands of Cuban communists who actually run his government took the final step to squash the rights of individual Venezuelan citizens and impose an authoritarian dictatorship.(This first appeared back in 2017.)Hayek could have told us: It is the logical last act in the Venezuelan tragedy that began nearly 20 years ago with the election of Maduro’s mentor (and Fidel Castro’s protégé), Hugo Chavez.As The Economist magazine reported earlier this year, the damage in Venezuela is extensive.The economy has contracted dramatically—gross domestic product in 2017 will be nearly 25 percent smaller than when Chavez died in 2013. Hyperinflation—and the complete economic collapse it signals—seems to be just around the corner.Inflation is predicted to exceed 1,600 percent this year and the value of the country’s currency—the bolivar—has plummeted. As wags on Twitter have noted, it is now worth less than the virtual gold tokens in the “World of Warcraft” video game.Which would be funny, were it not for the immense human suffering right now in Venezuela. People are losing weight because there is not enough to eat in this workers’ paradise.There are shortages of everything, everywhere. Just like in the old Soviet Union, people line up at the first rumor that some basic item—bread, rice, cooking oil, etc.—might be available.

    The National Interest
  • Pregnant Amy Duggar King Reveals Name of Her First Child: 'We Cannot Wait To Meet You!'

    Pregnant Amy Duggar King Reveals Name of Her First Son

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  • As Far-Right Violence Surges, Ted Cruz Seeks To Brand Antifa A Terrorist Organization

    Last year was the fourth-deadliest in the nation for right-wing extremist violence, according to data from the Anti-Defamation League's Center on Extremism.

    HuffPost
  • American crocodiles thriving outside nuclear plant

    American crocodiles, once headed toward extinction, are thriving at an unusual spot — the canals surrounding a South Florida nuclear plant. Last week, 73 crocodile hatchlings were rescued by a team of specialists at Florida Power & Light's Turkey Point nuclear plant and dozens more are expected to emerge soon. Turkey Point's 168-mile (270 kilometers) of man-made canals serve as the home to several hundred crocodiles, where a team of specialists working for FPL monitors and protects them from hunting and climate change.

    Associated Press
  • Cardi B Responds to Accusations She's a Rapist: 'I Never F*ckin' Hurt Nobody'

    Earlier this year, Cardi B faced a backlash after an old video in which she admitted to drugging and robbing men when she was a stripper surfaced.

    Complex
  • Venezuelan fighter 'aggressively shadowed' US reconnaissance plane over Caribbean Sea: US military

    Venezuelan fighter 'aggressively shadowed' US reconnaissance plane over Caribbean Sea: US military originally appeared on abcnews.go.comA Venezuelan Su-30 fighter plane "aggressively shadowed" a U.S. reconnaissance aircraft operating over the Caribbean Sea, according to U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM), in a move the U.S. is calling "unprofessional."In a series of tweets on Sunday, SOUTHCOM said the Venezuelan fighter, which took off from an airfield 200 miles east of Caracas on Friday, "'aggressively shadowed' a U.S. EP-3 at an unsafe distance...jeopardizing the crew and aircraft. ...

    Good Morning America
  • Iraqi refugee Nadia Murad to Trump: ISIS killed family. Trump responds: 'Where are they now?'

    Nadia Murad, a Nobel Peace Prize recipient, was one of 27 survivors of religious persecution that visited with President Trump on Wednesday.

    USA TODAY
  • How Quickly Can an Attached Tick Make You Sick?

    For a tick bite to make you sick, the tick must be attached to you and feeding for a certain amount of time. For some diseases, this can take a day or more. For others, it takes just minutes.  We...

    Consumer Reports
  • Good News for Trump and GOP: RNC Stomped DNC In June Fundraising

    The Democratic National Committee raised $8.5 million in June and has $9.3 million in the bank, according to campaign finance records released late Friday.Both figures are far behind what the Republican National Committee said it has raised. The GOP said it raised $20.8 million in June, and has $43.5 million cash on hand, Fox News reported Wednesday. Republicans also said the party has no debt, while the DNC has $5.7 million in debt, according to FEC records. (RELATED: Bad News For DNC: The Democrats’ And GOP’s Money, By The Numbers)June doesn’t appear to be an anomaly. Republicans say they’ve raked in $51 million in the past three months. The RNC has been posting record fundraising numbers so far in 2019. In February, the party raised $14.6 million, a record high for that month in a non-election year.The RNC, which has yet to file its official campaign finance documents, shared its strong showing in an email blast Saturday.

    The National Interest
  • Ryan Adams Breaks His Silence Months After Abuse Allegations: 'I Have a Lot to Say'

    Ryan Adams Posts Statement Months After Abuse Allegations

    People
  • Four Inmates Faked a Fight to Escape Florida Juvenile Detention Center

    Jacksonville Sheriff's Office HandoutFour teenage inmates staged a fight inside their dorm-style cell late Saturday night at a Florida juvenile detention center as a ruse to escape, overpowering staff and stealing a staff member’s car and a cell phone as they fled.Two of teens who escaped from the Florida Department of Juvenile justice facility in Jacksonville, remained at large Sunday and a manhunt was underway to apprehend them.According to a tweet from the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office, the four inmates faked a brawl in their room and then attacked the staff who responded to the scuffle. The boys were then able to overpower staff in the center’s control room and pushed several buttons until one released the jail’s main door. The boys then stole car keys from the handbag of one of the staff members and made off in the dark of the night with the a four-door Infiniti Q50 with Florida license plate LANE19.The foursome also took the staff member’s county-issued cellphone and wallet with an unknown amount of cash. The Jacksonville Sheriff’s office named the escapees still at large as Tajah Bing, 16, Davione Baldwin, 17. Tyjuan Monroe, 16, and Marcus Ledbetter, 17, were captured early Sunday morning. The inmates were serving jail time for offenses ranging from grand theft auto to robbery with a firearm and are considered dangerous, though are not known to be armed. One was serving time for “lewd and lascivious” behavior with a child under the age of 12-years-old. The Jacksonville sheriff’s office has offered an award up to $3,000 for information that leads to the capture of the escaped individuals noting that the boys “could be anywhere.”Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.

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