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Fashion Week brings an onslaught of hideous ‘clothes’
New York Fashion Week is a place where designers can push the limits, but these looks have gone overboard. Here are some of the designs that looked like they belong in “Mad Max” instead of on the runway.
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The who’s who of Taylor Swift’s many men
As another one bites the dust, take a look at all the rest that didn't quite pan out.
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Job opening: Cat band tour assistant
Craigslist is famous for being full of bizarre job postings, but this “cat show tour assistant” position is probably the most unexpected of them all. Mostly because it’s a real job for an actual touring cat show, meaning you can make a career out of being a show business cat’s assistant.
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Kitten briefly halts subway service in Manhattan
NEW YORK (AP) - A wayward kitten brought subways to a halt in upper Manhattan. The New York Post (http://nyp.st/2bVxAkI) says the feline was spotted by crew on a northbound A train as it pulled into the 175th Street stop just before 11 a.m. Thursday. A train service was suspended ...
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The day in photos: Sept. 8, 2016
Barack Obama beams and more.
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These busty mannequins are a dead man’s legacy
Everybody has at least one weird hobby, and for Mike Martin, that was collecting and restoring busty mannequins. He died recently, so now his collection is up for sale. Here’s hoping somebody else has the same hobby.
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Murder suspect disappears from police interrogation room
The North Las Vegas Police Department released this video showing a man escaping from his handcuffs and an interrogation room. The man was a suspected murderer, and luckily was recaptured relatively quickly.
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Julianne Hough flashes the cameras and more star snaps
Julianne is feeling frisky, Jennifer Lopez has a doppelgänger and more...
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A Camaro that drives upside down … wheelie!
Jeff Bloch is known for creating unique vehicles, and this upside-down Camaro racer is a crowning achievement. The functioning car was made from a 1999 Camaro and a Ford Festiva and can reach speeds of 90 mph.
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The ‘Broad City’ girls talk about black girl hair
Abbi Jacobs and Ilana Glazer totally relate to the essays in comedian Phoebe Robinson’s new book, “You Can’t Touch My Hair.” Topics include how to not be the black friend, bringing your own makeup everywhere, and preparing for twerk expectations.
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Gambling idiot blows $1 million on lottery tickets, loses everything
Adam Osmond was a convenience store owner in Connecticut who suffered from a compulsive gambling addiction that cost him thousands of dollars each week, his business and his family. Osmond was ordered by a Connecticut court to pay the sum of lotto tickets he printed at his store, but after seven years, a second judge found...
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Porn star Asa Akira’s haikus are exactly what you’d expect them to be
Asa Akira is releasing a memoir called “Dirty Thirty.” She read a few select haikus from her book for us, and we’ll never look at poetry the same way again.
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These old farts will dance their way into your hearts
When this old couple asked if they could skip dinner and just start dancing while visiting a resort in Nova Scotia, nobody expected what happened next. They cut a rug so hard that the floor underneath had to be replaced.
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The day in photos: Sept. 7, 2016
NASA astronauts float along and more.
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Chainsaws are being used to cut off rhino horns for a good purpose
In order to protect the animals from poachers, park officials in Zimbabwe are removing the horns from rhinos. Without the valuable appendage, the endangered animals are less likely to be targeted by hunters looking to illegally sell the horns.
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This water-skiing baby is a reminder that some parents suck
There are some activities that most babies just shouldn’t do. For example, water skiing. Somebody should have told that to these parents before they uploaded this video for all of the internet to see.
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Charged with supporting ISIS, Bronx man gets one weekly hour to review case against him
Sajmir Alimehmeti, a 22-year-old Bronx man, is accused of attempting to provide material support to ISIS and making a false statement in his passport application. Despite these serious charges, he only has one hour a week to review the evidence against him. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Inside job? New York woman robbed while waiting to post $30K bail for son
Police are still searching for two men who tasered and robbed a New York therapist waiting at a jail to post $30,000 bail for her son. Authorities think it might be an inside job. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Woman surprises the grandparents who raised her with a home
After being raised by her grandparents, Kahealani Paradis decided that she wanted to pay them back. So she bought a new house and surprised the elderly couple with one of the most generous gifts ever.
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What to do after you ‘won’ a vacation — but it may be a scam
Dear John: Now that the first of the baby boomers are hitting the age that requires mandatory IRA/401(k) withdrawals, can the government expect big tax revenue growth? Is this a “hidden” pot of money for our bright lights in DC? G.K. Dear G.K.: That does seem logical and some “experts” have hypothesized that this would...
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Puppy trapped in well captivates the entire country of Turkey
After spending 10 days trapped in a well in Turkey, a 4-month-old puppy was finally rescued. Miners, firefighters and even a group of high school students worked together as the entire nation watched, and saved the pup’s life.
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Iceland cops demand: Stop staring at the Northern Lights while driving
Police in Iceland have officially warned drivers to stop staring at the Northern Lights. The distracted driving caused by tourists staring at the night sky has apparently become a big problem across the country.
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This toddler is a bigger Beatles fan than you are
Two-year-old Walter is obsessed with The Beatles. One day in the car, his music-loving parents, Eli Bolin and Allison Posner, flipped through The Beatles’ “1” album to see how many of the band’s greatest hits Walter could name. In just two minutes, the tot correctly identified 21 songs.
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Fans try to win celebs over with romantic gestures
These stars have the whole world to buy them all the flowers and candy they want.
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Teen’s laptop ignites 4 times in one night
A California teen was surprised when his laptop, which he wasn’t using, spontaneously started smoking and eventually sparked flames. After unplugging the device and taking it outside, it ignited three more times.
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News conferences raise issue of Trump seeking softballs
NEW YORK (AP) — President Donald Trump managed to avoid questions about hot-button issues facing the White House — such as the future of national security adviser Michael Flynn and the North Korean missile launch — in a news conference…
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This beach just became wheelchair-accessible
A beach in Australia made itself wheelchair-accessible. After special mats were laid down and wheelchairs designed for the sand were supplied, handicapped individuals can now easily enjoy the ocean beaches.
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Stars take over New York Fashion Week

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The day in photos: Feb. 10, 2017

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These shoes weren’t made for walking
An art display in New York City titled “A Walk of Art: Visionary Shoes” showcases radical new shoe designs. These works throw out typical shoe design and create something completely unique.
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Crash test dummies are now obese
Since they were invented, crash test dummies have only represented one body type. Recently, however, new models have been introduced that represent body types with higher percentages of body fat to get more accurate test results for a heavier population.
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Trump says additional immigration security steps will come ‘rapidly’
WASHINGTON — President Trump says he has “no doubt” he will win in court on his travel ban, and promises additional security steps will be coming “rapidly.”
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Gabby Douglas spreads her wings and more star snaps
Gabby Douglas is a pink butterfly, Perez Hiltons wears a kilt and more...
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Train-surfing teens risk their lives for thrills
A dangerous new hobby among Russian teens involves riding on the outside of speeding trains. They have to endure wind speeds of up to 155 mph while performing this stunt.
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Snowstorms in Northeast ground 1,000's of flights nationwide
Over 3,500 flights were canceled after snowstorms slammed multiple travel hubs in the Northeast. Much of New England was under a winter advisory and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio recommended residents to stay at home if possible. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Federal appeals court rules against Trump’s travel ban
US appeals court refuses to reinstate Trump’s ban on travelers from seven Muslim-majority nations.  
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Basketball team turns special-needs student into a star
A heartwarming moment occurred on a basketball court in Oklahoma. Players on the Norman High team brought a young girl with special needs out for the final moments of the game and gave her a chance to score a basket.
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The day in photos: Feb. 9, 2017

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Steer escapes butcher to lead police on a wild chase
A steer escaped a butcher in Texas and made its escape down the highway. Local police and cowboys chased after it, because that’s the sort of thing that happens in Texas.
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Protesters try to prevent ICE from deporting illegal immigrant
Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos was caught using a phony Social Security number several years ago, but only just now is being deported. A group of protesters decided to block the van that they believed was transporting her, in a showdown that ended with arrests.
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This barber ignites his customers’ hair on purpose
A Palestinian barber is making a name for himself by using fire to style his customers’ hair. He sprays flammable liquid on their heads and uses controlled flames to remove excess hair.
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Hailey Baldwin gets buff and more star snaps
Hailey Baldwin works on her biceps, Stars show out to the amfAR Gala and more ...
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Five hundred people gather for massive family reunion
The Ren family reunion in China might be one of the largest ever. Using a family tree that traces the lineage back over 800 years, more than 500 family members were brought together for a massive portrait.
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Man swims dangerously close to lava flow in Hawaii
A Hawaiian man was filmed swimming in waters near a lava zone, where lava is flowing into the open ocean. Aside from the obvious danger, the lava hitting the water is also releasing dangerous amounts of steam and shards of volcanic glass.
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Aubrey Plaza’s new hot pink look

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Candy color craziness! New invention can sort M&Ms by color
A 19-year-old mechanical engineering student invented a machine that can sort candies by their color. It has a color recognition device built into it, and drops each individual piece into its corresponding bowl.
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The day in photos: Feb. 7, 2017

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These are the people who set the Inauguration Day limo fire
Washington DC police have released video of two people throwing flaming objects into a limo on President Trump’s Inauguration Day. Some protests against the incoming President had turned violent, and the burning limousine became one of the most disturbing images from that day.    
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World’s oldest aquarium fish is put to sleep after over 90 years
Granddad, a lungfish who is believed to be in his mid-90s, was finally put down after living a long life of entertaining people. The fish, who arrived in the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago back in the 1930s, had lost interest in food and showed signs of organ failure when the aquarium decided to euthanize him.
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Casey Affleck plants a kiss on Octavia Spencer and more star snaps
Affleck smooches Spencer, Chelsea Peretti debuts her pregnancy in public for the first time and more ...
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